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sunday will have the timeline all the details and the accuweather sandbags. we'll show you how the bay area is getting ready for approaching storms. i'm laura anthony. for california school children, it's opening day for the say sharks and businesses in downtown are celebrating the boost this game will have to their economy. abc 7 news starts right now building a better bay area moving forward finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. taking a live look at the golden gate bridge as we get ready for rain. it'll hit the north bayly different end to your weekend.
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good evening, and thank you for joining us. i'm dion lim. you are watching abc 7 news at 11 live here on abc 7 and wherever you stream, let's get to abc 7 news meteorologist drew tuma now tracking that rain and what a difference true. yeah. i mean today dion i felt like summer out there temperatures in the 70s and in the 80s, but dust off your umbrellas tomorrow is a much different. not only rain but cooler temperatures live doppler 7 along with satellite a cold front is going to move into california, especially tomorrow afternoon evening and bring us that chance of some wet weather on the storm impact scale where dusting it off tonight tomorrow afternoon. we'll find scattered showers. we'll be breezy at times and we're talking about a tent to as much as a quarter of an inch of rainfall tomorrow morning 10 am. it's just a lot of cloud cover. we're starting out the day dry. it's into the afternoon. verse that rain arrives in the north bay by about two three o'clock by five six o'clock. the sun is setting that rain is arriving in san francisco in oakland and at night the rain will move into the south bay. we'll take a much closer look at the showers and the week ahead.
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it's pretty unsettled the next seven days. we'll show you all the details in that full accurate of the forecast dion in a few minutes. all right. looking forward to that. thanks many in the bay area are ready to greet the first rains of the season with open arms after spring and summer of epic drought conditions fire crews. hope the invitation gives them a break from fighting wildfires abc 7 news reporter cornell barnard shows us how are getting ready in the north bay. it's a great sunny day for pickleball and novato rain is coming but these players say bring it on the rain will not deter these people. they'll be out there on wet courts. our dry weather pattern is changing there are opportunities to see more rain and in fact two atmospheric rivers for northern california, it could bring some relief for our epic drought dry. grass is everywhere and so is the threat of fire this guy seven was over this wildfire monday night, which burned 132 acres in american canyon. luckily. no homes were lost.
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cruise at cal fires air attack c base in santa rosa we're watching the weather hoping for a break from see wildfire summer. it's looking really good. all the weather forecasting is looking really good. it should give us a little bit of reprieve the rain is welcome. but battalion chief glazer says fire season is far from over we need to remain vigilant and prepared for after the rain comes through it could rain solids through the week. i'd be happy john hackenberg came to garrett ace hardware in windsor with hopes of saving every drop of rain. going to be used to capture rainwater off of a shed roof into a rain barrel so that we can use that water for watering the garden. this store was busy with people ready to weatherproof. and then this is just for firewood to keep it dry. don't forget the sand bags. remember these it's still the best way to keep water away from your house. we put rain boots for people.
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at store supervisor alejandra diaz says the shelves are stocked and storm ready. so just trying to get prepared what customers will need and make sure. have enough for everyone even if they wait to the last minute by the way, in case you forgot this is what rain looks like. we can't wait to see it again for real very soon in the north bay cornell barnard abc 7 news folks there are prepared and don't forget you can always check live doppler 7 and the weather conditions where you live on our abc 7 news app it is for each download in the app store just search abc 7 news bay area the evacuation order for a wildfire has been it allowing people in santa cruz county to return to their homes the estrada fire has burned over 148 acres and cal fire says it's now 35% contained crews were doing a burn at estrada ranch yesterday when some of the embers jump the containment line and started another fire. that fire is in the area northeast of corralitos nearly
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300 people were told to evacuate cal fire canceled another controlled burn planned today for pescadero. a large rally took place today over the fatal shooting of an oakland man by the fbi. you can seeyou can seeyou can sc outside oakland city hall as protesters marched enchanted jonathan cortez was shot and killed last month. as an fbi agent tried to serve a warrant investigators say cortez pulled a gun cortez's family believes they were being profiled and say an fbi agent showed up at the funeral. they are now demanding answers in an interview earlier this week with abc 7 news the fbi denied the allegation. a bay point man had pleaded guilty to sending threatening text messages during january 6th insurrection at the capitol prosecutors accused 36 year old robert lemke sending messages to the relative of a journalist
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saying the journalist's words were putting the family at risk. they say he targeted dozens of people from shortly after the november election up until early january. lemke is scheduled to be sentenced in december is plea agreement recommends. he spend 15 to 21 months in jail. well children will be at the center of a nationwide protest on monday. statewide if organizers have their way calls or going out on social. yeah for parents to keep their kids home from school. it is their way to protest governor gavin newsom's recently announced covid vaccine mandate for california school children. abc 7 news reporter laura anthony has our story now from the east bay. the plan is to speak up by not showing up according to various social media posts by those organizing a campaign to keep their kids home from school on monday to protest governor gavin newsom's covid vaccine mandate. we know that if our children stay home from school.
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that will impact you know, the funding that schools. day and we want them to know that we are serious about not being forced to vaccinate our children, california school children who attend in person will required to get the covid-19 vaccine once it's fully approved enforcement could begin as early as january, but not likely until july you typically, you know sign an agreement with the school with most public schools in any school district here in the united states that your child will be vaccinated and there's typically a list of vaccinations that you are immunizations slash vaccinations that you are required to have it disappoints me. that people are continuing not to take this that the vaccine seriously, i think as a parent you're number one responsibility is to make sure that your child is in a safe school setting please realize that this vaccine is not as slam dunk. you can still get the disease you can still pass the disease.
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at point 85% of residents have received at least one dose of a covid vaccine. it's a reality the governor credits with getting his state to the lowest seven-day case. in the country laura anthony abc 7 news on the peninsula san mateo county offered a little incentive to get people vaccinated abc 7 news was at bel air elementary school in san bruno where the first 30 people to get a dose received twenty five dollar target gift cards people could choose between pfizer or the johnson & johnson vaccine for their first or second dose visor boosters were also available. the pop-up event was held as the county works to vaccination rates among the latino population. i think it's important right especially in our latino community. there's a lot of stigma a lot of negative myths out there about covid but at the end of the day, this is the safest way. community can continue on growing and being healthy is by taking this covid-19 vaccine.
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currently 67% of san mateo counties latino population is vaccinated well tonight thousands flocked downtown, san jose for the sharks season opener game abc 7 news reporter luz pena spoke to fans and city officials about the return of major sporting event and how it's helping the economy. it's opening day for the san jose sharks and over 17,000 fans from across the bay area had been waiting for this we have to bring it's been a year and a half. i bought these right before we closed down so i never got to wear them. we used to go to sharks games beforehand and it's great. this is our first one back and we're ready to turn for the strikes tonight. this is the first time since any where there is no capacity limit at the sap center. only requirements fans need to be fully vaccinated or show proof of a recent negative covid test feel safer that everyone's vaccinating the several blocks away.
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sam pedro square the sea of shark jerseys is exactly what business owners had been hoping for there's a lot of people but that's great for the business a district restaurant. they brought in more staff members to help this weekend. we had everyone come in a little bit earlier and then yeah, we have like extra support staff tonight as well. according to councilmember davis. san jose lost about 40% of businesses during the pandemic they're hoping tonight's event could help. recovery, the restaurants have closed and even now with with the restaurants that have been able to stay open. they are not many of them are not even open during the day, but it's going to take more than a shark's game to boost the economy downtown san jose big lift for us is going to be the return of office workers see that our offices are probably some more between 10 and 20 percent for now. are grateful the sharks are bringing. in thousands of people to
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downtown. we hope it just keeps going for the rest there in san jose luz pena abc 7 news. that is nice to see we'll still head on abc 7 news at 11 a san francisco pet hospital damaged when two cars crashed into it the additional blow dealt to their business. and new tonight a deal has been struck to way to strike by hollywood production workers the details coming up and just days after being sentenced for murder. robert durst has come down with covid-19 his lawyer saying durst wa
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alright, here we go, miller in motion. wha — wait, wait, is that a... baby on the field?? it looks like it, craig. and the defensive linemen are playing peek-a-boo. i've never seen anything like that before. harris now appears to be burping the baby. that's a great moment right there.
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the ref going to the rule book here. what, wait a minute! harris is off to the races! we don't need any more trick plays. touchdown!! but we could all use more ways to save. are you kidding me?? it's going to be a long bus ride home for the defense. switch to geico for more ways to save. some breaking news coming out of haiti tonight, where a group of 17 us religious missionaries including children have been kidnapped. all of this comes as the country
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is struggling with a spiking gang related. nappings details about the missionaries are not yet known but sources have confirmed the incident to the associated press and to the new york times. employees of an animal farm pet hospital in san francisco were shocked to find two cars crashed into their building at about 8 o'clock this morning officers responded to the scene on mission street. the cause of the collision is still under investigation one person was transported to the hospital. caution no animals were hurt. the clinic is being forced to cancel a number of appointments because of the damage. so i mean like it's a very unfortunate event that happened, but we would do our best to get it taken care and will be open for business for all times pretty soon. the clinic plans to serve as many clients as possible while repairs are underway. to the east bay where dozens of dogs were rescued from a property in danville yesterday contra costa animal services posted these images of some of the res.
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pups they say 72-75 dogs were found on a property where there was hoarding activity. there were also 25 cats most of the animals were rescued. but at least six had to be put down due to their medical condition crews were back at the site today checking out the remaining animals. convicted murderer robert durst is in the hospital tonight with covid according to his lawyer. durst was sentenced earlier this week in los angeles two life in prison without parole for killing. long time french susan berman his lawyer said he was very sick in the courtroom prosecutors in new york have indicated. they do plan to file charges against durst for the disappearance of his wife. was accused and convicted of killing burman to cover up the crime. nurse lawyer says he is going to appeal. a tribute now stands at the national aids memorial grove in golden gate park in memory of the first person to be cured of hiv. a memorial boulder was dedicated today to timothy ray brown.
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he was initially known as the berlin patient. 13 years ago he underwent an experimental stem cell transplant in berlin germany from a donor who was immune to hiv. doctors say it was a success and today brown's partner attended the dedication. it's just a loving tribute to timothy. was a very sweet and person that wanted everybody to be cured. brown became an international ray of hope and an advocate for hiv and cancer research. he died last year at the age of 54 of leukemia at his home in palm springs. a new deal has been agreed on by tv and film production workers. hollywood avoiding what would have been a nationwide strike? new three-year contract still needs to be ratified by the union 60,000 members though the international alliance of theatrical stage employees union. president says it addresses core
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issues including the livable wage meal breaks and larger contributions to health and pension benefits. the strike would have been the first in the unions 128 year history. well, if you love tech then this is a big week for you. some of the world's largest tech companies will be hosting virtual events to showcase new products all of it begins on monday with apple hosting their unleashed event as it's called where a new generation of macbooks and airpods are expected to be introduced on tuesday. google will unveil their new pixel smartphone and on wednesday samsung's unpacked part 2 event will showcase how the company is opening up new experiences for self-expression through technology. all right once again. abc 7 news meteorologist drew tuma joining us with some pretty big changes in the forecast. yeah, dion a very unsettled next seven days that we're looking at. we're just entering storm season. so the storms we are tracking this week are on the lighter side, but i think we all really do have a chance to see a return of some raindrops to our cities.
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let's take a look outside today. i mean, what a gorgeous day. we had earlier lots of sunshine tonight. it's equally as calm clear skies from sutro tower right now. we all made it into the 80s today. i felt like summer out. made it to 81 in the city 82 in oakland 87 in san jose tomorrow. it's gonna be much different 15 to 20 degrees cooler thing a lot more like autumn to finish out the weekend tomorrow right now. we're a 62 in the city down to 57 in oakland after that high of 82 earlier today 67 in san jose 53 right now in santa rosa 62 that current temperature in brentwood. night tonight we'll find clear skies early on clouds will be on the after midnight tonight, we'll turn mostly cloudy first thing tomorrow morning, but still some cooler spots first thing in the north bay from napa to santa rosa in the 40s low to mid 50s around the bay shoreline as we start our sunday live doppler 7 along with satellite here you that storm just beginning to move into the pacific northwest the heaviest
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of the rain will be pointed at portland seattle vancouver what we are going to get here in northern california. is this cold front that will swing through here tomorrow afternoon. we'll bring in the storm impact scale if you've forgotten here at abc 7. we rank our storms from one to five light to severe gives you better idea of what to expect and with these first storms of the season they tend to be on the light. and that's what we're finding tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow evening with scattered showers. it is breezy and most areas less than about a tenth of an inch of rainfall tomorrow morning. we'll start the clock 11 am it's cloudy or mainly dry the showers first move into the north bay around two three o'clock in the afternoon. we're still pretty dry south of the golden gate by about four or five pm we do. showers in the city beginning to move into the east bay the south bay is still dry. it's after sunset at night the showers move into the south bay very light and scattered in nature or already beginning to dry out in the north bay and the storm system is pretty much out of here by the end of the day on sunday rainfall estimates again,
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very light will be counting this and inches instead of quarters or half, but nonetheless it looks like everyone has a fair shot of seeing some raindrops tomorrow feels a lot cooler again. 15 to 20 degrees cooler compared to today 61 in the city compared to that 81 earlier today 65 in oakland 71 in san jose only 63 in napa. what about 70 concord with some evening showers tracking some snow in the sierra too winter weather advisory in effect tomorrow through early monday above 5,500 feet two to six inches of snow up to a foot in our highest peaks, of course travel is going to be impacted. here's the accuweather 74 cast play next 7 days for you. evening showers tomorrow for most of us bit of a break in any activity monday and tuesday tuesday shaping up to the nicest of the week dion by wednesday more scattered showers move through the bay area thursday and friday. i think the best chance of any wet weather would be in the north bay and then one week from today and next saturday another chance of scattered showers area
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wide, so it's nice to see this pattern. turn let's see if we can amp up some of these amounts as we go through the next couple of weeks. yeah, spoken like a true meteorologist. meteorologist. alright d the classic hollywood story. we meet the hero, the all-new nissan frontier. hero faces seemingly impossible challenge. ♪ tension builds... ♪ the plot twist. ♪ the hero prevails. in hollywood, this would be the end. but our here, we are just getting started. introducing the all-new nissan frontier. every day in business brings something new. but our here, we are just getting started. so get the flexibility of the new mobile service designed for your small business. introducing comcast business mobile. you get the most reliable network with nationwide 5g included. and you can get unlimited data for just $30 per line per month when you get four lines or mix and match data options. available now for comcast business internet customers
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in the south bay of celebration of cultures brought a community together today the day on the bay festival returned after a hiatus last year due to the pandemic abc 7 news reporter david louie was there and share this video with us people gathered at the alviso mar. could county park to check out the cultural performances the event also featured about 40 booths to help connect to social services. included a covid vaccine clinic free flu shots and a health resource fair chris alvarez joining us now with the preview of sports chris dion coming up in sports stanford goes down to
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by river rock well had the giants defeated the dodgers in the nlds we will be talking about game one of the nlcs between the giants and braves right here in the bay instead. it's the dodgers embrace playing for the national league pennant for a second year in a row and even though the dodgers won 106 games atlanta hosting game one because they are the division champs top. nine game tied runner on two
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outs cody bellinger base. hit right over ozzie albi's head the pride of palo alto jack peterson comes up throwing and chris taylor gets hung up in a pickle and eventually atlanta they play tag him out. dodgers don't score a big mistake there. dave roberts. can't believe it bottom nine. i'll be singled stole second in scoring position for austin riley who knocks him in with a base hit to left and the braves walk off with a 3-2 win taking a 10 series lead. how about the other series game two of the alcs astros hosting the red sox and boston's bats broke out early jd martinez opposite field grand slam in the first four-nothing boston martinez taking a ride in the dugout. that looks fun. second inning new pitcher jake odor rosie same result here rafael devers down the right field line. would you believe another grand slam the red sox become the first team in postseason history with two slams in the same game. boston wins, nine five. the series is now tied at one
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the warriors finished the pre-season a perfect five and oh and more importantly stephan curry is healthy and already looks in mid-season form the man who finished third and last season's mvp voting just amazing to close out the preseason. curry scored 41 points and 30 minutes hitting seven from deep in the dubs went over portland. even those that have seen him over the years are impressed as well as the new guys man. it's crazy. just be sitting there and when he's doing it for your scene, you know, i'm on the team now someone see when she's doing it for us. makes it a lot sweeter than we watched it on tv. he's clearly ready to roll for the regular season, so he's in a great place. guys a machine. it's just amazing. how looks after himself. he's just just remarkable to observe and obviously we're lucky then lucky to have him leading the way for us. season opens against the lakers on tuesday in la newly top ranked number one, georgia hosting undefeated number 11, kentucky second quarters of mere white 24 yards 14 nothing,
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sponsored sponsored by river rock casino dion. all right, chris. thanks. and that is all the time we have tonight for this edition of abc 7 news at 11:00. i'm dion limb abc 7 news continues bright and early tomorrow morning at 5 for drew tuma and chris alvarez and really all of us here at abc 7. thanks so much for joining us. we leave you now with a oh a rotating cast of scenes from outside our live cameras our networks of systems showing you all different views of san francisco as we wait for that francisco as we wait for that impending rain things very, the classic hollywood story. we meet the hero, the all-new nissan frontier. hero faces seemingly impossible challenge. the plot twist. ♪ the hero prevails. in hollywood, this would be the end. but our here, we are just getting started.
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