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protests erupted from coast to coast after the ruling in the breonna taylor case. here in san francisco, protestors marched through the city's mission district demanding justice for breonna taylor. it went down to the mission place station where they held a rally calling to defund the police department. in louisville, protests turned violent as two police officers were shot. here is alex presha. >> reporter: we've seen protests from los angeles to new york, but now louisville is on high alert after those two police officers were shot. overnight protests across the country following the grand jury's decision in the breonna taylor case. >> officer down. >> reporter: investigators confirming two police officers were shot less than one hour before the city's curfew when a large crowd faced off with police in riot gear. both officers with
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nonlife-threatening injuries. kentucky's governor deploying the national guard to help. only one of the three officers involved in taylor's shooting has been charged, but they aren't related to her death. brett hankinson faces charges for allegedly endangering neighbors. and the grand jury are found the other officers involved used their weapons justifiably. detective miles koz gro comekoze sergeant ryan mattingly. >> the grand jury agreed that they were justified in their return of deadly fire after having been filed upon by kenneth walker. >> reporter: walker says he fired a warning shot from his legally own gun when he did not hear police announce themselves. breonna taylor's family attorney called the decision offensive and another example of no accountability for the jen sigee
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of black from officers. and they are talking about whether the search warrant was legal. andness schools most schools are still closed for in-person learning and now we're learning more about what is happening in places where children have gone back to their schools. jobina fortson has more on this. >> yeah, this is news many parents have been waiting to hear. according to the "washington post," researchers have found little evidence that covid-19 is spreading inside school building, but it doesn't mean that there is not a risk here. researchers point out that schools have only been open a few weeks. and meanwhile dr. fauci is warning the fight against coronavirus is far from over. on capitol hill yesterday, he urged the americans to take the vaccine when it becomes
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available. >> we feel strongly that if we have a combination of adherence to the public health measures together with a vaccine that will be distributed worldwide, we may be able to turn around this terrible pandemic. >> and president trump is accusing the fda of playing politics with the vaccine after reports the fda will release tougher standards for vaccine makers. the head of the f gchlt a sada l let science guide. and united will be offering covid-19 testing to travelers. the pilot program begins next month starting with a flight out of sfo. and amy hollyfield is live with the details. >> reporter: i want to show you the test site because it is tucked away. we're in the international terminal on level one, that is two levels down from where you check in, one level down from
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baggage claim. they will start using these tests on october 15 on people headed to hawaii. united provided some video for us to hoe us the test that will be taken the day of your flight and the results should be available in 15 minutes. if a traveler tests negative, they won't be required to quarantine for two weeks in hawaii. hawaii right now requires travellers to quarantine for two weeks after arriving. right now the governor is planning to lift that requirement on october 15 if the traveler has a negative covid test. you nighted is trying to make it easier for you and provide the test right here at the airport. easier for you and provide the test right here at the airport. now, you don't have to use this test obviously. there are other options out there. this is just a convenient one for those of you who need it, but it will cost you. so keep that in mind. $250 per test. also keep in mind that the
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united flights leave out of the domestic terminal here. this is at the international terminal. so you will want to build that into your plan. it is a bit of a walk. it is open from 9:00 to 6:00 every day and united is banking on the fact that people will want to start returning to hawaii once the restrictions get lifted and they are also starting to add more flights to hawaii. amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. still ahead, the struggle to support cancer patients during the pandemic and how you can help out this weekend. plus the auto industry reactses to gooudr reacts to governor newsom's goal to go green. and taking a live look outside, we have great air quality today, but that changes over the weekend with the wind shift that brings higher fire
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womelcome back. look at this gorgeous shot. it is comfortable to see the fog over san francisco. that onshore breeze is keeping our air quality good. i love this shot. and here is your air quality today, we're good across the
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entire bay area. but starting on friday, our winds will shift, that means that we'll find a decline in our air quality to the moderate category. so pm 2.5 levels will be between 51 and 100. and it means that fire weather watch will go into effect 11:00 a.m. saturday. wind gusts could be as high as 50 miles per hour in our hills. much more coming up in a few minutes. but first a check of the roads. gay and lesbian. thank you. high, everybody. so head's up, we do have a fog advisory issued by the chp for the golden gate bridge. i want to look at the maps showing our bay area roads. just a few slow spots in the east bay primarily and especially coming out of tracy this morning. and you see up there in oakland,
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metering lights came on at 5:45. once you make it through the metering lights, nice clear ride across the bridge. and then the next camera here, let's go to the south bay showing you san jose, 101. very smooth ride there. governor newsom tackling issues surrounding climate change head g-on, the act he's taking. and we want to help the breast cancer patient in the bay area. women who ar and the virtual event aimed to help women with b
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detecting cancer early often
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results in better outcomes for patients, but the pandemic has delined routine screenings for so many. mammograms had to be cancel would to comply with the restrictions early on. the services are being offered once again, but a doctor explains how delays could hurt patients. >> the national cancer institute suggests that from breast cancer and colon cancer alone related to the pandemic in the next decade, there will be 10,000 more deaths that are just related to the fact that people aren't coming in. >> the pandemic has also hurt fundraising. the susan g. komen foundation will hold its event virtually. and registration 34ruplunged fr 1200 people to 200. today is climate action day.
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and goou will ho governor newsom will host a virtual round table. the governor has been vocal about how the devastating fire season we're experiencing is evidence of climate change. today's round table will include innovations that will help california going forward. we'll be streaming it starting at 9:00 on our abc 7 news app and also abts and also there is an exec i have it order saying all gas powered cars will not be sold after 2035. many in the auto industry will not happy about the announcement. >> bad badly technology is based on lithium and cobalt. get where they come from? the earth. you have to extract them. >> as far as being cost effective for people with lower incomes, i don't see how it will fly. >> the governor says this is the most impactful step the state
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can take to climate change. look at this, these cute baby african penguins in russia are getting used to the officer water. they are just three months old and got introduced to the watet for the first time to get acclimated. the pool will be part of their everyday you routine from now on. >> love that. >> aren't they precious? >> they are. you got this. they enjoyed it. >> do you know who has a really cool penguin exhibit is the san francisco zoo. >> and i have still not been there. it has been on my bucket list. >> i told you kumasi, i had a good time. you need to make a reservation in advance, but it is a really fun activity anytime, but
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especially during covid, because you are like oh, my gosh, a giraffe? >>. >> i'm done. >> the bar is set on low in 2020. >> it really is. >> i did go to the oakland zoo, so i had a similar experience.e. what we're seeing out there today is some fog. it is dense especially along the coast. i did want to zoom into half moon bay, they have been reporting zero miles of visibility. and you can see highway 1 in this area certainly pockets of dense fog. also coastal drizzle as well. and the other area that we're seeing dense fog developing, petaluma. if you are traveling on 101, you will encounter some dense fog. it won't linger all that long, but it is certainly an shu over the next hour or so. and it will be cooler today compared to yesterday if you can believe it. mid-70s to mid-80s. expect a lot of sunshine out
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there after some morning fog and also air quality remains good. so the next four days, here is you how it breaks down. today we're good to question across the board. but starting tomorrow and especially over the weekend, our air quality does decline into the moderate category. and the reason why the air quality starts to decline, we'll lose the onshore breeze that keeps our air fresh. winds will shift out of the north and northeast, and that will drag in some of the smoke from fires across the state. and that will prompt a fire weather watch as well beginning saturday at 11:00 a.m. and it does include livermore, antioch, concord, san ramon, sunol, and lake county as well. and when the gust 50 miles per hour, it drags in really dry air. so the humidity levels drop and
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also bringing in warm air. so it does increase our fire danger and we'll be tracking this very closely, these winds for you over the next several days. and it will get hot over the weekend. high fire danger especially on sunday as triple digits return and it looks like the heatwave is really going to last monday, tuesday, wednesday. records will be likely. >> here we go again. thank you, drew. and now let's see what is coming up at 7:00. hi, ginger. >> hi reggie, hi kumasi. i look a little different. we couldn't get the shot all together because someone didn't know i think, but we're behind the curtain how we have to do it ban because the photo behind me has to be komg precompressed. but we did have the latest on the protests across the country after a grand jury declined to
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charge three police officers for killing breonna taylor in her own home. overnight in louisville, demonstrators were clashing with police, two officers shot. the grand jury decision has raised new questions about the case itself and this morning taylor's family is responding. and their attorney will join us on gma. also ahead, the abc news exclusive, carole baskin now being sued by the family of her former husband who disappeared mysteriously more than 20 years ago. the new dock could you series that is out exploring the open case and we'll have a first look at that this morning. and with 29 million americans still on unemployment, the major companies that are hiring this holiday season and you how you can turn a seasonal job into a full-time gig. plus he is one of the most beloved comedians, chris rock ebb courages us to not pretend things are back to normal. so i guess that is what i'm doing this morning. that is all coming up.
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>> i love the behind the scenes look and you are rocking the shorts. >> you're cute. >> thank you. he yes, it is warm here. >> makes sense. see you soon. delayed yet again, marvel hanging on to black widow until more people are willing to go to the moviemovies. and as you get your day started, a live look outside.
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want to show you a live look, this is san jose. highway 87. and it looks like we have a little bit of drizzle on our camera lens. so we are tracking some pockets of drizzle first thing this morning. the marine layer is pretty deep and the onshore breeze will keep us comfortable later this afternoon. so early on, we'll track the fog. but this an, it is men did. a little cooler today compared to yesterday in the mid 70s to mid-80s. and the air quality remains good
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the next 24 hours. a texas millionaire is hoping president trumped will pardon the "tiger king." earlier this month eric love delivered a 257 page legal document to the white house. love and a 250e78 team of lawyee document proves joe exotic's innocence. he was convicted in a murder for hire plot targeting carole baskin. >> when you think about precious cargo, it is beyond pressure shuts because it is precious, because this is their life. >> netflix is also documents love's journey. and another movie release is being pushed back. this time black widow will be pushed backing until next year.
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marvel fans will have to wait to see it until may 7. next, common mistakes with mail-in ballot, thousands were rejected back in march. how to make sure that your vote counts in november. and the president back on the campaign trail today, he is getting a lot of response regarding a question about a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the election. >> reporter: protests today in oakland to say enough is enough in response to the decision in the breonna taylor case. i'm julian glover with when and where that demonstration will be taking place. and as we head to break, isn't this gorgeous? mt. tam camera giving us some love.
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now at 6:30, calls for justice growing louder. protestors in san francisco, oakland and san jose rally over the decision in the breonna taylor case. voices echoed across the nation. and the late ruth bader ginsburg lies in repose at the
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supreme court for a second day. president trump about to pay his respects. and here is a live look outside through our sutro to you he e tower camera. we are starting off with some fog and a little drizzle. and drew is tracking when it will clear. i like looking at that. that is really pretty. g good morning, everybody. let's check in with drew to see how long it is staying around. >> it is kind of comforting to see the fog, we're keeping ourselves cool and comfortable. the of when y the number ten means unlimited, but petaluma is down to one mile advisability, so there is some dense fog there. and half moon bay has been down to zero miles of visibility. so issues on highway 1. and i love this picture.
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you can see some patchy fog in and around the bay shoreline, so our day planner today features the fog early on. it won't linger too long, we're tracking a nice afternoon, a lot of sunshine, temperatures slightly cooler compared to yesterday and good air quality the next 24 hours. so breathe easy. a protest is planned in oakland this morning after rallies overnight because of the breonna taylor case. this comes as bay area families who have been directly affected by police violence are joining in a show of solidarity. julian glover is live with more on that. >> reporter: yes, this demonstration planned for today at 11:00 a.m. is being organized by the anti-police terror project. the facebook event reads black women and leadership across oakland will be coming together to say enough is enough. very similar message in the east bay last night as people marched to police headquarters in oakland in what was called a
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revenge for breeaianneonna rall. some blocked access to 580 and took a knee in the street beating drums. bay area families lost loved ones to police killings gathered by zoom. >> i have a lot of anxiety that i'm afraid that that is the same thing that will happen with eric, but i just pray that that won't happen with this and that all of the families that have had encounters with the police and our loved ones passed away, killed by the police, that we get justice. >> reporter: and her brother was killed by chp officers in oakland in june. again, the gathering planned for today will start at the breonna taylor mural. and one more comment of the organizers of the rally, it reads breonna taylor was
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murdered and yet her neighbors' walls get more justice than breonna taylor herself. that is the message that the people there gathering at 15th and broadway today will echo. joe biden, abc 7 news. now to the south bay, new video shows about 30 people protesting in sunnyvale following the grand jury's decision. at least two people responded to the protestors by making pro police statements. officers stood by while the situation remained peaceful. and dozens gadhafi thorred outside san jose city hall for a rally last night, the crowd grew to about 200 people. many held signs as the grochant "black lives matter" and breonna taylor. and there was also a tint set up by organizing ers who brought shields just in case. if you are dealing with racial or social justice issue, we want to help. go to action
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for a list of local resources. people are continuing to pay their respects to ruth bader ginsburg. you are taking a live look at the court building where mourners are passing by the justice he justice's casket. tomorrow her body will lie in state before she's buried by her husband. the 87-year-old ginsburg died from pancreatic cancer last week after serving on the court for 27 years. > president trump and the first lady plan to pay their respects to justice ginsburg in person in the next hour. and then he will make a campaign appearance in jacksonville, florida tonight. yesterday he accused democrats of creating havoc with mail-in ballots. when asked about a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the november election -- >> people are rioting do you commit to making sure that there is a peaceful transformation of
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power? >> get rid of the ballots and there wouldn't be a transfer. there will be a continuation. the ballots are out of control. you know it and you know who knows it better than anybody else? the democrats. >> those claims about the ballots are totally unsubstantiated. four years ago president trump also declined to commit to honoring the election results if hillary clinton won. knew new at 6:00, a study finds that young voters in california are three times to have their mail-in ballot rejected. the california voter foundation find he is that many ballots were late because they weren't postmarked or this they arrived more than three days after the election. and another reason, the signature on the ballot did not match. signatures signed with a stylus can look different than when
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signed with a pen on a piece of paper. and with hot weather back in the forecast, pg&e is warning about potential power shutoffs over the weekend. fire investigators believer that utility equipment belonging to southern california edison may have been the source of the bobcat fire. and more than 113,000 acre, it is one of the largest wild fires in laenkts county's containment is at 39%. and the eldorado fire has grown to more than 22,000 acres. this is a fire that cam fire says was set during a gender reveal party. creek fire is almost at 290,000 acres, it is only a third contained. and the deadly north complex crossed over the 300,000 acreage mark. and drew has been telling us that we have more fire danger
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ahead. not what we were looking forward to. >> that's right. we're tracking a fire weather watch this weekend. it is that time of the year, we see the strong winds develop, it really does heighten the fire danger. so a lower look at what we'll be tracking. here is your fire weather watch. it begins 11:00 a.m. on saturday. and it lasts several days. it doesn't expire until 8:00 a.m. monday morning. it encompasses the lake county, mountains in the north bay, hills in the east bay and inland east bay. what we're watching is offshore winds that will develop out of the north/northeast, sustained about 10 to 20 miles per hour. but gusts could be stronger than that, up to 50 miles per hour in the hills. when the winds rush down our hill, they compress, they warm up the air and they also dry out
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the air. so it do thats the humidity and warms the temperatures. and so highs today, no worry about the winds. today there is a night onshore breeze that will keep our air very fresh. and temperatures slightly cooler compared to yesterday. so no intense heat the next 24 hours. 70 in san francisco, 76 in oakland, 79 in san jose. and concord and antioch at about 86. and the sun is getting up here shortly just before 7:00 a.m. today we're good to go no matter where you live from the north bay, east bay, south bay, the coast. it is fresh air, but then the air quality does decline friday into the moderate category of pm 2.5 levels between 51 and 100.
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now let's get a check of traffic. >> hi, everyone. we'll start off with a live look showing you the bay bridge toll plaza where metering lights came on at 5:45 this morning. so there is a load of fog that has rolled through that area and also a backup. once you make it through the metering lights, you will have a clear ride into san francisco. the golden gate bridge there is a 23fog advisory for the area. so you can expect low advise and as you make your way in and out of san francisco.and as you make your way in and out of san francisco. there is a large slow down out of tracy. but everything else is looking good. and united airlines is about to launch a first of its kind program for travelers right here at sfo, what they are doing to try to get you back to hawaii. and we are taking a live look at the big board at the new york stock exchange.
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here is a beautiful look from the mt. tam cam. we are live streaming this camera and others from around the bay area 24/7 on our new connected tv 57 vchlv apps. download the apps to check it out along with our newscasts live and on demand. we have a ton of cameras for you to look at. and look at the bay bridge toll plaza, we're seeing fog descending on a lot of folks driving into the city. and we are tracking some dense fog some spots. i'll zoom into half moon bay,
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you can see' rok secan see zero dense fog along highway 1 right now and some coastal drizzle. petaluma, you had been doaeeen three miles and you have improved to five miles. and similar in napa, we are close to 10 miles. later this afternoon, we're expecting a lot of sunshine away from the coast. two police officers are recovering this morning after being shot when demonstrations turned violent in views lil following the grand jury's decision over the shooting death of breonna taylor. >> no officers were charged being directly involved in the death of breonna taylor. instead one of the three officers involved rather was charged for endangering the people living in the apartment next door. and frustration really descended upon the city of louisville,
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kentucky and elsewhere we saw across the country. and last night in louisville, demonstrators broke glass and set fires, nearly 100 people have been arrested, suspected of crimes committed during the protests. activists believe justice was not served. >> this was expected by many people and the fact that the system that killed breonna taylor can never deliver justice for her killing. >> if we simply act on emotion or outrage, there is no justice. mob justice is not justice. >> prosecutors say the officerso because taylor's boy trend fi by his gun first. there will be more on "good morning america" at 7:00. traveling can be risky during the pandemic and new this morning, united airlines has
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announce thed a pilot program offering a covid-19 test to customers. amy hollyfield is live at sfo with how it will work. >> first i want to show you where this is because it is not right next to where you will catch your united flight. this is in the international terminal down on level one which is two levels below where you check in for flights here in the international terminal. they will officially start doing these tests on october 5th for people headed to hawaii on united airlines. united provided video for us. the test can be taken the day of your flight and results will be available in 15 minutes. if a traveler tests negative, then they can hop on the flight and they won't be required to quarantine for two weeks in hawaii. right now hawaii is requiring travelers to quarantine for two weeks after arriving in hawaii. and the governor plans to lift that requirement on october 15 if the traveler has a negative covid test.
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now, it will cost you. this test will cost $250. and united spokesperson tells me they are hoping the cost will come down before october. and they are also providing a hail- mail-in option that will cost about 80 dollars and you have to plan that in advance. is th this $250 option is a last minute option. and this will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. starting october 15. just an option if you are planning that trip to hawaii especially as the holidays approach because you will need that negative test to get into hawaii. amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. finland is turning to some four legged friends to help combat covid. virus-sniffing dogs now working at helsinki airport. a team of doctors and
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technicians developed sniff stations. travelers come up and give a sample and dogs are able to sniff it on the other side. some of the dogs who used to be cancer detection canines could sniff out tumors, so they are well versed and having a well trained nose. experts say the breed doesn't matter as long as the dog has a good nose. wow. >> that is cool. now your morning money report. it is the latest indicator in the slowdown of the economy. 870,000 people filed for unemployment benefits, slightly higher than projections. there are still nearly 12.6 million continuing claims, slightly lower than the previous week. forecasts were 12.3 million. and as trading gets under way,
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we're down about 50 points. new this morning, if you love coffee, you are in the right place. san francisco ranks number two when it comes to being one of the best big cities in america for coffee lovers. so san francisco finished second only to seattle which is headquarters for starbucks. so they probably deserve that. considered several factors in its poll that includes the number of coffee shops apt s and the average pri. and the rest of the top five include portland, miami and tampa. >> let's all go to florida. >> should we? >> but we're number for. >> that's a long flight. >> the beach. >> we have that right here. >> there are differences. >> there are, i will say. but our beaches are beautiful. you just have to walk like two blocks. >> can you get in?
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>> to the beach? >> i get cold. that's all i'm saying. >> oh, can you get in the water. i was like wait a second, where they stopping us? >> see, that is how rumors get started. can you get in the water. i get cold. i'll take a little splash and then i hurry up and get out and that is why i like the beaches in florida because i can get in. >> they did have warmer water. >> drew, this weekend, it will be hot. i think that it will feel good. >> yeah, i wouldn't want to go all the way in, because the ocean water is like 59 degrees. >> thank you, drew. >> baptize me. >> i would love to see if you do your whole body in that water, i want to see that on instagram. >> challenge accepted. >> you heard it, for him him on instagram. what we're following today, mid-70s to mid-80s out there which is absolutely cooler than
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yesterday. air quality is good, but that will change the next couple of days. friday and into the upcoming weekend, it will be in the moderate category where pm 2.5 levels fluctuate between 51 and 100. part of the reason why our air quality declines is our winds will shift. we're no longer see the fresh onshore seabreeze. and that will heat us up at well. saturday our hottest spots going into the 90s, but it is really sunday that our heatwave ramps up for the second half of the weekend. you could see 90s to triple digit heat. and by monday, monday looks to be the hottest day we have over the next seven. you can see for good reason. around the bay shoreline, even if you live along the water, we're likely tracking temperatures in the 80s to mid-90s so enjoy the cool weather today, there is the hot weather coming along with the high fire danger and records
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likely early next week. friend, you know you're not getting in that water. >> kumasi, i am not like you. this weekend, i'm going stand up paddling. so you mean that i'll be falling in the water. >> all right, now that we have the context. >> so it's happening. >> you'll be in
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if you are just joining us, here are the 7 things to know. flul on number one, a demonstration will be in the east bay after people marched to police headquarters in oakland last night in a revenge rally for breonna taylor. today's protest will be in front of the breonna taylor mural on 15th and broadway in oakland. overnight two officers were shot and injured when protests turned violent in louisville. number two, president trump and the first lady plan to pay their respects to ruth bader ginsburg. in fact this is a live picture and it looks like it is happening as we speak. justice ginsburg lying in repose until the end of today. and number three, united airlines has launched a covid-19 pilot testing program for passengers traveling between afo and hawaii. a rapid test or mail-in test will be available starting on october 15th. number four, oakland unified
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plans to continue distance learning at least through december. the superintendent made the announcement yesterday even though alameda county is now just two weeks away from being allowed to resume in-person learning. and number five, in accuweather we're tracking good air quality today no matter where you live, so enjoy the fresh air because that changes tomorrow as we decline to our moderate category. and now we'll show you -- or hopefully we can show you the bay bridge toll plaza. there is a backup there and some fog. once you make it through the lights, nice ride into san francisco. and number seven, golden gate park officials are warning people that they need to be on the lookout for raccoons. wild raccoons. and a lot of them. a father and son captured this video showing a pack of 14 near
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43rd avenue and fulton. officials say back up and let them parade in
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good morning, america. protests and outrage across the country after a grand jury declined to charge three police officers for killing breonna taylor in her own home. at least two officers shot overnight in louisville. demonstrators there clashing with police. a suspect in custody. the kentucky governor deployed the national guard. the grand jury decision raising new questions about the case. taylor's family responding saying, quote, the news falls far short of what constitutes justice. her family's attorney joins us this morning. defying democracy. president trump refuses to commit to a peaceful transfer of power after the election. >> we're going to have to see what happens. you know that. >> the stunning statement as he ups his attacks on the integrity of the election. the fallout


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