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annoucer: building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. >> possible new development in treating covid-19. >> the serious crime a 27-year-old veteran is accused of. >> giants fans giving an emotional goodbye to buster posey. his message as he announced his retirement. >> the three toys inducted into the hall of fame. one is said to be the most oldest and universal toy. >> morning. you are watching us live on abc 7, hulu live, and wherever you stream. >> we are going to begin with my candidate check on the forecast. mike: here is look at what is going on. it is developing rapidly, especially in the north bay. i mile visibility in napa.
that will continue throughout the entire commute. the coolest temperatures waiting for you outside at. we are in the lower 40's to mid-50's by 7:00. quickly transitioning to high clouds that will continue to get thicker it is going to be dry and cooler than yesterday and it will few -- will feel cooler. 60 to 63 by 4:00. cooling off by 7:00. we will talking about the atmospheric river coming our way. reggie: police investigating a crash. the top of the car ripped off. it is a single car crash that happened around 10:30 last night . it is not clear how was have reached out to police for more information.
jobina: a potential game changer in treating covid-19. pfizer has seen the data on its pill and they believe it will save millions and millions of lives. they say taking a series of pill starting within three days of symptoms reduces the risk of hospitalization or death by 89%. officials say none of the people in the trial died this a the efficacy exceeded expectations. the pfizer ceo plans to submit the data and apply for emergency use authorization before thanksgiving. health officials warned this shouldn't replace getting a vaccine. reggie: now to president biden's vaccine mandate. with first told you about this yesterday and it is already being challenged here 26 republican lawmakers say they will sue to stop the mandate.
starting january 4, people with hundred employees or more will have to be fully vaccinated or face weekly testing and wear a mask. businesses that don't comply will face a $14,000 fine or loss of medicare and medicaid funding. dr. anthony fauci is defending the mandate. dr. fauci: we know that vaccines save lives and we know that mandates work. 2 at least 40 senate -- reggie: at least 40 senators plan to oppose it. jobina: vaccines for kids five to 11 are ramping up across the bay area. if your looking to get your kids vaccinated, there will be kid friendly clinics opening tomorrow. amy hollyfield has more. amy: we are at mill creek -- mill creek middle school.
they are full and demand is high for the pediatric covid vaccine. one of the clinics filled up in 10 minutes, right when they put it online. officials say you could try local pharmacies and pediatricians offices. they will continue to set up clinics around the county. they will rotate location so they can try and reach everyone and do what they can to reach herd immunity for the county. >> in december we will do another series for the second shots. the goal is that by the holiday break about 75% of our eligible five to 11-year-olds will have been vaccinated. that's what we are hoping will happen. amy: they friendly vaccine site and they have red carpet along with candyland and lego themes.
their televisions and games so the children will feel comfortable while they wait for their turn. other counties busy getting ready as well. in sonoma, they will start after school clinics. san jose got started yesterday. a busy weekend across the bay area as counties try to get to the new young this patients as kids are now able to say it is my turn vaccine is now available for five to 11-year-olds. reporting live, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. reggie: a mobile vaccine clinic is going to dozens of schools and is setting up free vaccination clinics could first stop was catherine smith elementary in san jose. there was music and costumed vaccine workers. the goal is to keep it fun and
stress free for everyone. >> how does it feel to be one of the first kids vaccinated? >> it is awesome. i like it. >> it is easier than i thought it would be. it didn't hurt as much as i thought it would. reggie: to get your kids vaccinated, go to abc 7.com. today we have a half are dedicated to getting answers from 4:38 to 5:00 here on abc 7 and everywhere you stream. you can send in your questions now. you'll be able to ask of lives on facebook and youtube. jobina: san francisco police investigating a shooting. the sap near masonic avenue. -- it was near masonic cabin. heavy police activity impacted -- it was near masonic avenue. heavy police activity impacted the area. their bid to other shootings on the street in the last month --
there have been two other shootings on the street in the last month. reggie: a robbery at a san mateo write a -- san mateo write aid. -- rite aid. he was a veteran police officer. jobina: dynes fans are single by two buster posey. he announced his retirement from baseball with his family by his side. our reporter was there for the announcement. >> people love this guy, and they should because he is real. he hasn't changed a bit since he came up in 2010. he is the same die since i met him as a young kid. jr: descriptions of buster posey who made this announcement thursday. >> i'm here announcing that i am
retiring. j.r.: saying goodbye after 12 seasons. >> really sad. i'm trying not to cry. >> we were devastated >>. -- devastated. >> i am humbled to have been able to help create great memories for a fan base and it goes both ways, because i got to play in this ballpark in front of 42,000 plus most nights and i fulfilled a childhood dream. j.r.: ones that we will remember and that buster will remember. >> shook me off and through a slider which scares me to this day, or would madison bumgarner came down and 47,000 people went
deathly silent. j.r.: as serious as it was there were some light moment. >> is this a definite, like for sure thing? [laughter] j.r.: he made it clear it why now is the time. >> the reason i'm retiring is i want to do more stuff between february and november with my family. physically it is much harder now. it is hard to enjoy it as much when there is physical pain you are dealing with on a daily basis. j.r.: in san francisco, j.r. stone, abc 7 news. jobina: he is also a big advocate for pediatric cancer research and often visits patients. a teenager just received an autographed baseball, hat and other goodies from posey and
other players. he went -- he underwent a bone marrow transplant. posey and his wife started a foundation for cancer research. for more on that and the impact it has made on families, head to our website. mike: i wish him the best and his family. looking at temperatures, four degrees cooler than this time yesterday. even 13 and 12 degrees cooler in some areas. we are in the upper 40's to mid-50's, 48 to 50 degrees. fog not quite as thick as the north bay. 40's in the north bay, east bay, half moon bay. low to mid 50's around the bay. you definitely have to dress warm when you head outside.
south bay will be stuck in the 50's until 10:00. barely at 61 at lunch. increasing clouds, temperatures two to three degrees cooler than they were yesterday. for the commute, visibility issues. if you areas of fog on the water. a chilly morning for mass transit. here is a look atimesve loinloprsure that as well to the north. it will miss us and increase clouds rapidly. a few showers possibly in late county and drizzle possible. sprinkles more than likely in the north bay. as you look at the rainfall totals, there aren't any other than this storm but there are plenty for monday and especially tuesday. i will show you that in the seven day forecast. sue: light conditions. we had one scaring just a second
i will tell you about. we take you to the golden gate bridge, two lanes in the southbound due to roadwork. the commute will bring you four lanes northbound and two lanes southbound. 16 minute drive from 880 in hayward over towards 101 in san mateo. in the center valley, not bad at all here is where we had a bit of a scare. it was northbound 101 near me key, a car versus a pedestrian. without this would not result in the way it did, but the pedestrian wasn't found and there was just a car and that was cleared out. we had to have a full standstill but looking much better. we will be back in a few with more. reggie: the leading witches.
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jobina:'s deed and wet roads -- speed and wet roads were a factor in this crash yesterday morning. the car ended up in the ocean. firefighters rescued the driver. you can see them pulling him up from the cliff side. that is incredible. reggie: i cannot believe that percent survived. comedian dave chapelle is headed to minneapolis for the next stop of his controversial show on sunday last night he performed in front of a sold-out crowd. it comes weeks after protests in the bay area on roxy made -- on remarks he made about the
transgender community. >> comments regarding transgender people in a comedy special, dave chapelle was at chase center thursday night. comedian is in the bay area kicking off a new tour promoting a separate documentary paired while some were expecting protests amid the controversy, outside the arena the atmosphere it was relatively calm. that hasn't top some local advocates from making their voices heard. >> trans people are telling him that this is affecting us and why and he is saying i don't care. >> dave chappelle says some film makers has dropped his documentary as a result of his remarks. he jokes about rights and identity. words that critics say are dangerous and can lead to physical violence in a community that already suffers from it disproportionately. >> so many members in our
community being victims of violence and discriminated against because of their gender presentation. >> not everyone feels that way. any say they support him and don't think he meant any harm. thursday show was sold out and fans told us they were excited to see him live. >> i am here to support him and i wouldn't miss it for the world. >> when asked what they thought about the uproar, many stress they believe he is just a comedian. >> people are trying to may top-down on his message or not understand they are just jokes. >> abc 7 news. jobina: all vital -- will close. he says the pandemic did not play in a roll but it just came
time to retire. they plan to highlight special dishes over the next two months as a way to thank their customers. reggie: this morning we know who will be starring in the movie adaptation of the musical wicked. ariana grande and cynthia of people have been -- cynthia -- have been cast. reggie: i was texted by my friend last night while on the treadmill and nearly fell off. jobina: i did not know until you read this and almost rolled off this chair. that is exciting. reggie: that is excited. he does a good job. i like what he did with in the
highest and that one did not have good stars. so they are pivoting. reggie: these are big stars. mike: falling down excitement. i like that. let's hope you feel -- let's hope people feel the same way for the forecast. you can see cloud cover are across the south bay. high clouds taking over today, bringing a murky sky and slightly cooler temperatures. wilder and cloudy tonight with a few areas of drizzle. the weekend will feature more clouds them son. temperatures -- more clouds than sun. 63 to 67 degrees.
tonight, 40's will be harder to find thanks to the blankets of the clouds. low to mid 50's. fog in the north bay and along the coast. let's talk about what will happen monday. here we are at 1:00 in the afternoon. everything is dry. but as we head into the evening hours, look how quickly this atmospheric river comes in. remember yesterday how the models flopped and went dry and i said i didn't like it, but the guest -- but they flopped back pretty we are getting a better handle as we get closer. a lot of heavy rain will fall in an eight hour period from 11:00 at night to 7:00 in the morning, and that the rain will taper into tuesday afternoon. look at the amounts, very impressive. by 7:00 tuesday morning, all of us driving on wet conditions and
standing water will be out there. by the time everything is over, look at the green taking of two thirds of the bay area, more than an inch of rain. that will mainly soak in. there will be a little bit of ponding on the roadways. no debris flows or mudslides. temperatures will remain cooler than average through wednesday i bumped the storm up tuesday to moderate. jobina: coming up, the seven things you need to know. reggie: the three toys just inducted into the national toy hall of fame. jobina: you might want to shop early to avoid thanksgiving dinner trouble. one thing that could be tough to find.
hospitalizations and deaths. reggie: a kid friendly vaccine site. jobina: the man accused of murdering ahmaud arbery will stand trial today. the jury will be sworn in and begin to hear opening statements. ahmaud arbery was shot to death while jogging through his neighborhood. reggie: number four, daylight savings time ends at sunday at 2:00 a.m. don't fret to turn your clocks back. mike: the sun sets at 5:04 sunday evening. not a lot of sunshine. temperatures below average. of than a chance of a sprinkles in the north bay, it will be dry. sue: the baby bridge toll plaza -- the bay bridge toll plaza looking good. install upperdeck stone into the city before treasure island
blocking lane number five. jobina: today the house is expected to vote on two major pillars of joe biden's agenda. house members will vote on the social spending package and the bipartisan if the structure bill. reggie: the supply chain disruptions could have an impact on your thanksgiving dinner. here is trevor ault. trevor: avoiding thanksgiving turkey trouble. this year, you may have to trim your list of trimmings. >> what kind of a thanksgiving dinner is this? where is the turkey, chuck? trevor: butterball does not expect an overall shortage, but a smaller bird might be tough to find. it is not just the main dish. for the cranberry sides, ocean spray said it is committed to meeting customer demand but expressed a variety of supply
chain challenges, like aluminum can shortages, transportation, and other factors. we will have the very latest on supply chain plus the expert shopping tips to get your thanksgiving meal on the table, including a live interview with the president and ceo of butterball. jobina: these three toys were just inducted into the national toy hall of fame. they are the american girl doll, the board game risk, and sand, like sandbox sand. it made the list as the oldest and most universal toy in the world. reggie: that is a stretch for me pair that is not a toy. -- for me. that is not a toy. if you want to talk about the sand pail and the shovel, maybe. jobina: is dirt a toy?
reggie: have they run out? jobina: clearly. maybe with the shipping shortage they are like, you can get some sand. reggie: i always feel like the little kids, some of those are wrong. coming up, fighting back tears, a lifelong buster posey fan has an emotional reaction to his retirement. jobina: who were considering bringing back a feature that could mean cheaper rides. reggie: tourists scrambling f
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the sites designed for children five to 11 and the demand. jobina: in just over eight weeks, millions of americans will need to be vaccinated or faced testing at work. the impact on local businesses. reggie: will democrats come together tos a pla mike is tracking showers and timing out widespread rain next week. it is friday, november 5. you are watching abc 7 on abc 7, hulu live, and wherever you stream. reggie: we are going to start with a look at the weather. mike: it is foggy. it is developing rapidly in the north bay and around livermore. cloudy conditions down in the south they. this will -- the south bay. this will continue. wind blowing to the southeast.
some of the fogginess couldn't go over the san pablo bay. maybe the bridges make it foggier. temperatures, look at this, it is chilly this morning. there is a lot of dew on the grass and cars. low 40's to low 50's through at least 7:00. nearing 60, but notice the clouds increasing. not a lot of sunshine today. hanging out in the low to mid 60's and heading out this evening, back into the 50's by 7:00. grabbed a coat, but you won't need an umbrella. reggie: thousands of kids will be getting their covid-19 vaccines this weekend. more bay area counties rolling out vaccination sites, specifically for children five to 11, and the demand is high. amy hollyfield is live with what you need to know. amy: getting an appointment is like getting the golden ticket. this clinic at miller creek
middle school in san rafael is already full for the weekend. the other pediatric clinics scheduled for this weekend are also full. one of the clinics booked up in 10 minutes. demand is high for the five to 11-year-old age group. officials say they are not surprised that teenagers showed up in large numbers and so did their parents. >> there has been strong support for this from our parent community. we have over in 5% of eligible students vaccinated. that would not be possible without all of our health partners making that possible. at the same time, it is because parents and families are interested in having it happen. amy: clinics have a different look. they have cartoon character cut outs ready to greet the children along with stickers and colorful band-aids.
in san mateo, they have candyland and legoland themed activities to keep the kids occupied while they wait. some counties have not willed out clinics. it -- have not rolled out there clinics yet. officials say be patient, keep trying they plan to rotate clinics to reach all areas of the county. also try pharmacies and pediatrician offices. they say don't worry, they will get to everyone. they want all the kids to be vaccinated. the goal is to get kids, 75% of them, vaccinated before the winter break. amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. reggie: you can ask questions about vaccines for your kids. we have half an hour dedicated from 4:30 to 5:00 today you can send in questions. you will also be able to ask
them live on facebook and youtube. jobina: january 4 is the deadline for tens of thousands of workers to get vaccinated. the intersection of the economy and health is something we are focused on here at abc 7 to build better bay area. we look into the possible impact on local businesses. amanda: vaccine refusal, the 10th highest reason for job cuts in 2021, according to a ferment. >> roughly 5000 people that lost their jobs over the last month due to covid vaccine refusal made up actually 22% of the total number of people being let go across the country. amanda: senior vp said since vaccines became widely available , 6800 workers have been cut or
left jobs because of bad -- of vaccine mandates. businesses with at least 100 employees have until january 4 to require workers be fully vaccinated or face weekly testing. >> i am talking to companies and hr leaders and there is a lot of turmoil across every sector. commander: back in the bay area, he says -- amanda: back in the bay area, he said companies have supported vaccines. >> it has served us well. amanda: he said it is important for pre-pandemic practices. >> it allows for greater in person collaboration, visiting different worksites. amanda: a one click checkout platform said it's 300 person team is in line for federal requirements. >> we have already said that if
you want to come in and travel and meet clients you have to be vaccinated. amanda: rules will impact more than 100 million workers around the u.s.. reggie: california's community colleges dropped below 2 million students for the first time in three decades. the college system said enrollment for the 2020-2021 season was down. the steepest decline among african-americans, native americans, men, and students who art of traditional college going age. officials say the numbers could be overstated due to problems colleges were having counting students in certain courses. reggie: councilwoman chan was hit while walking her dog. >> of the lesson we learn from her is that we are going to get
to this together, that we are going to do it hand in hand, and that we are going to remember her forever. jobina: college cried and hugged alameda administration building. she promoted youth leadership and addressing racial disparities around the pandemic. >> i consider her not just a college but a friend. she was an amazing champion, a quiet champion for the vulnerable, for public health. it is just shocking, devastating loss. jobina: chan was first elected to the board of supervisors in 1994, becoming the first asian-american woman to hold that post. reggie: a funeral service is colin powell today. he died last month at the age of 84 here he suffered, patients
from covid-19 good service is washington national cathedral. abc news will carry that as a special report. you can watch at 9:00. jobina: house is expected to vote on two major pillars of president agenda. house members will vote on the $1.7 trillion economic package and the bipartisan infrastructure bill. house committee met last night.s passed, it will likely be amended. coming up, a deadly a popular resort in cancún, mexico. sunflower -- gun fire sent tourists fleeing for their lives. reggie: in the future of food production. a check on the weather. mike: san
cool spot. try valley, mid to upper 40's. pittsburgh, antioch, 54 to 55, not quite as chilly as you head out there print the spot, santa rosa, -- as you head out there. the cool spot, santa rosa. back to the east bay, staying in the 40's through 8:00 page 56 at 10:00 p load to mid 60's from noon through 6:00 with limited sunshine this afternoon. if the eight by 8:00. -- like at the coast. a storm to the north. a chunk of energy coming through during the overnight and early hours tomorrow.
you can see it on future radar, where we have a chance of sprinkles in the north bay, especially early in the morning and mainly cloudy during afternoon hours. this weekend will feel and look like fall. next week, a soaking storm. sue: we do not have h lights yet but we have a stall when shoe approach the upper deck before treasure island. they expect to have that cleared out within the next 10 minutes. bridget cruise gearing up to get on their way. on the 80 corridor -- bridge bre cruise gearing up -- bri bri bri crews gearing up to get on their way. a typical slowdown out of the central valley, 37 minutes on
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jobina: the state department is trying to determine whether any american citizens were affected at a deadly attack near cancún, mexico. two people were killed when gunfire emerged -- erected on the beach. andrew jim britt has the details -- we have the details. andrew: gunfight breaks out on the beach. >> we heard the gunshots today. andrew: guess at the cancún
resort were told to shelter-in-place after hearing multiple gunshots. this picture showing how one person barricaded their door. guests were told they were safe after taking cover for more than one hour. >> you are all safe at this time. >> they directed us to go to our rooms and they would help us get into the rooms because so many people left keys on the beach or at the when they ran for safety. andrew: authorities say men fired shots in a confrontation between drug dealers during according to local news outle a rival gang charged. two people died after taking off in a stolen boat. this morning, the u.s. state department says it is closely following the reports to determine if any american citizens were affected.
reggie: if you are looking for something to binge this weekend, a brand-new docuseries hit hulu and the streaming app which gives you an unprecedented and candid look of the rise and fall of rob gould boy veg -- rob go boy of itch -- >> i want people to note you ain't seen nothing yet. >> he has been arrested in the middle of what can be only described as a corruption crime spree. >> almost 14 years in. >> he went from eight years of nothing to 24/7 together. >> and i am back on top, you come and see me. >> her some birthday advice, stay out of politics -- here is
some birthday advice, stay out of politics. >> i will see you then. reggie: the docuseries is on hulu. new this morning, the oc kindly sees the biggest jobs gain since july, with a better than expect -- the u.s. sees the biggest jobs gain since july with better numbers. 531,000 jobs were added in october, sharp increase from september when 312,000 jobs were added. the economy remains within 4 million jobs short of its pre-pandemic levels. jobina: ups is holding a hiring blitz across the country to handle the holiday shopping rush. ups wants to hire 2000 seasonal workers in the bay area and 100,000 across the country.
one third of people hired forirr seasonal jobs where they are hired in a permanent position. to find a hiring event near you, sit the website. reggie: pharmaceutical testing company asking the fda to recall batches of body sprays. it detected high levels of a carcinogen in brands like old spice, secret, and more. the cdc has determined exposure to benzene can cause problems with immune system, bone marrow, and blood. an issued response has happened yet. reggie: -- jobina: upside foods opened a lab yesterday. the company grows cultivated
meat in a lab by using cell samples from animals without having to slaughter them. the director says this type of production might not work in the long term. >> can you grow them at scale in such numbers that it will make it competitive with beef or poultry? our answer to that based on on n information, it does not look good. jobina: upside foods said it is confident it can produce food at high numbers. the fda is not approved the sale of cultivated meat. reggie: a new company designing away to reduce plastic. they are using seaweed. the ceo said the bags are
biodegradable and is stronger than plastic. they hope to release the new products next year. seaweed is emerging as a promising climate solution. the u.s. government has invested in research in it as a biofuel. jobina: it is time to fall back and return to standard time. americans living in all but two states will be moving back officially at 2:00 sunday morning. in recent years there has been a move to end the practice. 19 states have taken action toward year-round daylight savings time citing the impact on sleep patterns after the change is made. supporters say it saves energy and curbs crime. we are divided on abc 7 mornings. reggie: i'm tired of switching back and forth. jobina: agreed. i would like to keep it all the same. reggie: whatever that is. jobina: for us this is major.
we are going to be the best people ever on monday. reggie: decent? -- do you think? does my personality completely change? jobina: i think for one day you will walk in like it is money. mike: it is better for us trying to get to bed in the summer when it is still light. i within to keep with the same. reggie: train your head. mike: let's talk about about about abt king tides, here is a look from the
filtered sunshine due to increasing high clouds keeping temperatures cooler than average . mostly cloudy and a couple degrees cooler. the atmospheric river monday night into tuesday. 69 in morgan hill hill hill hill in most of us around 62 to 67 degrees. tonight, not nearly as chilly. low to mid 50's. not as much fog. the blend of calls will keep us from developing that. monday at -- keep us from developing that. light to moderate rain rolling in on monday. waking up on tuesday, it looks like we will have a hard commute tuesday morning.
tuesday evening will be a little better. by the time we wake up tuesday morning, everybody is at least half inch p by the time all is said and done, look at the green -- half inch. by the time alyssa said and done , look at the green -- by the time all is said and done, look at the green. the sunsets at 5:04 sunday evening. reggie: a parents to get
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back. this comes as they struggle with a lot of drivers, increa and ring sts. ceo saythe newd significantly e price to ride. more reaction to buster posey's retirement. she lost her prizedrizedrizedrid collection in the fire last year. back then we set up a zoom call for him to surprise her. she is a huge fan. he sent her gifts. on his retirement date, she went to school in full gear. they talked about their favorite player. >> she gets, i think, because i was super exciting when we got to meet him. he provided just some joy to us
during a yucky time. if you know her and know how much she loves baseball and the giants and him, you would think they were personal friends. reggie: they are personal friends at this point. she said she is excited that buster will be able to spend more time with his family in retirement. jobina: that was very sweet. look at this. this leopard cub is easing into her debut. she is getting used to her home and time in front of visitors. she is with her mom nearby. she is the first leopard cub to be worn at the zoo and more than 20 years. i would like your thoughts on uber pool. reggie: are you going to be allowed to sit in the front?
right? because right now that seat is off-limits. i feel like if you are going to do pool, you have to bring that back. jobina: we need to space out as much as we can all in one car. new at 6:00, a couple things, aa world record. they are going to great lengths to make sure it stays part of their family. reggie: a longtime san francisco police sergeant in trouble with the law. accused of a serious crime. jobina: our top story, pediatric vaccine clinics packed, full of appointments.
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