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shootings in sacramento in the past five weeks. they gathered to ask for change. candles lit up the night as families consoled each other after six people were shot and killed in the sacramento downtown area. >> i thank you, that you care for us. i think you that you care for these families. luz: prayers that hit too close to home for this community. >> tonight we are here for jonht aya, melinda, sergio, joshua, de'vazia, and yamile. luz: they are morning three men and three women killed after police say a fight broke out at
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clubs and bars on sunday. >> this is the second mass shooting we have had than sacramento. luz: sergio harris was the first to be identified. his cousin, de' also killed. sergio's family asking for change and accountability. >> my family does not get to kick it with him tomorrow. instead we have to put our money together and plan a funeral. luz: sacramento's mayor valid -- vowed to take action. >> weapons that indiscriminately kill and injure, we will lift our voices to do so and we will never give in to the idea that
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in this country of lou and read, it is just impossible to make any real change. luz: holding back tears, once the world to remember her cousin. >> i love him and i am going to miss him. >> during this vigil, community members also asked to pray for the families' families. -- victims' families. police are asking for any videos that can lead to more care ready -- clarity in the coming days. ama: the men arrested in the shooting has a criminal history. dandrae martin was a related suspect on charges of assault
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with a deadly weapon and being a convict carrying a loaded gun. martin has an outstanding warrant for domestic violence charges and those convicted of aggravated assault in 2016. police are still going through a vast amount of evidence. >> with -- we know that there were two different caliber of emissions that were used. ama: we have been sending out notifications about this case through our app, including this one announcing the arrest earlier today. demo the abc 7 news app on your phone. you can customize alerts to topics you are interested in. dan: three chp officers will not be charged with shooting a man after they had rammed him with a car. they opened fire after delgado
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tried to escape by slamming a stolen car into their cruisers. the alameda county district attorney's office released a report today saying there isn't enough evidence to bring charges. salgado's death sparked numerous protests. ama: stabbing occurred at gunderson high school. several students were involved. some parents came to the school after hearing about the stabbing. >> you worry about your own kid's safety. >> it is crazy and said and kids need to know there are consequences right now and they will affect them forever. ama: the district says it is working with police to work on the violence. they have a crisis team available to support students and staff. dan: we are in for a major warm up this week.
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sandhya patel has the changes and heat. sandhya: we are baking in that heat as early as this week. high-pressure is going to take control of our weather and as it begins to build, notice the reddish color. the heat building as well, the hottest weather is expected to be on thursday. we will get a taste of summer. thursday afternoon is when we expect to hit records. antioch at 93 and 92 in santa rosa. 91 degrees at walnut creek. these are not the only areas feeling the heat. i will be back with a complete forecast coming right up. ama: checking our covid headlines, lawbreakers -- lawmakers reached an agreement today for coronavirus funding response. the united kingdom is dealing with a new variant. this is a combination of omicron
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and the subvariant ba.2. that's type of variant often crops up and disappears on its own. the entire city of shanghai in china is under lockdown. the city is dealing with a record number of daily cases with 9000 on sunday. dan: a plan for a third casino in simone county is facing pushback. they have proposed a casino resort between santa rosa. several simona county tribes say they are against this. the board advisors will vote on a symbolic motion opposing this idea. j.r. stone has the story. >> not just one opposition letter, but five simona county tribes have signed on to a letter opposing a building of a casino resort. >> the five other tribes are
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united and we are standing in solidarity with them. j.r.: david is concerned about coy nation's a plan to reestablish its tribal land base by building the resort and casino, a 200 room hotel and casino with a spot. we spoke with those from coy nation when they revealed the plan last september. they said the casino resort would create at least 2000 jobs. >> it is a resort. i prefer to be -- i prefer to call it a retreat. j.r.: the tribe's website says most of their people have lived in sonoma county more than 100 years. >> we don't want to step on the tribe's issues of establishing their homeland at the same time
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the casino issue is a huge one for us. j.r.: land use is an issue for many we have talked with. there are questions about roads, traffic, and loving, just -- plumbing, just to name a few. one person has serious questions. >> it is the current zoning and priority area. if koi can overcome that, i don't know. j.r.: sonoma county advisors will now make a vote on the plan. indian reservations are on federal ground so the feds will have the final say here. ama: onet on ketjirockson's roae court. >> providing opportunities for
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udents to express themselves about how they are feeling about this information is critical. dan: history comes to life in the 1619 project, a project 400 years in the making. ama: and disney going green. how one of the theme parks is going 40% solar. dan: first what is coming up on jimmy kimmel live. >> i am back with you. >> about 70% of the time, it is me getting busy. >> that is how he drives too. literally driv
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what do they now want you to know? >> how do i even answer that? >> the kardashians, wednesday night on abc. ama: breaking news out of san francisco. between 40 and 50 people were forced out of their homes tonight after flames burned through their building. no one was injured. the red cross is helping victims find a place to stay. fire and water damages forcing them to keep everyone out of the building. some tenants may be able to return in a day or two. dan: it took two votes today is in our nation's capital to move ketanji brown jackson closer to a seat on the supreme court. the senate judiciary committee voted along party lines for a tie. in response, majority leader chuck schumer used an unusual procedure to move the full vote to the senate. >> judge jackson has enough
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support to get confirmed on a bipartisan basis and the senate will keep working until his nomination is complete. dan: three republicans joined democrats for a final vote of 53-40 seven to put the judge on track for final combination -- confirmation. >> based on her policy and her philosophy, and i think of these core issues, she is just dead wrong. >> how qualified do you have to be? double harvard, clerking at all levels of the judiciary. dan: democrats expect to complete the nomination ice -- nomination by friday. ama: the 1619 project documents the first arrival of enslaved people in virginia. none of the authors will read this illustrated children's book
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-- one of the authors will read this illustrated children's book on thursday. >> this was a beautiful civilization that existed way before whips and chains. >> the 1619 project shows people living on different regions of central and west africa with their own customs until they attempted to take that away from them. >> this book was written with black children in mind to speak directly to them about what their origin story is and feel proud of the people that came before them. >> the authors selected the title born on the weather -- born on the water because africans were taken from their homeland, puts on a slave ship, and it was at sea where they were forced to become a different people. the san francisco unified school district has taken interest in
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how to teach this hard topic. >> make space for them to feel, process, respond, and take a break. >> it is never ok to force people to work without pay, to treat people as if they are not human. providing opportunities for them to express how they are feeling about this information is critical for all of us to move forward. reporter: for all students, it is a chance to learn about the black resistance and the contributions of those born on the water. dan: a notorious twitter user has become its largest shareholder. elon musk purchased more than 733 million shares, giving him a 9.2% stake in the san francisco social media company. the cost was just under $3 billion. on friday the closing price was just under $40 and it passed the
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$50 mark a few times today. 27%. ama: disney world is going to power the magic with the power of the sun. they are adding two more solar arrays that will provide 40% of the park's electricity. it currently has two solar arrays that are shaped like mickey mouse. disney is the parent company of abc 7. dan: and abc 7 is committing to pride and we are pleased to announce that we have a new media partner for san francisco pride. the city's first pride parade since the pandemic started as such to take place on the 25th. carolyn wysinger gave us a sneak peek earlier today. >> those who have never been
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here for the amazing celebration, this festival is primarily saturday. sunday is the parade and the festival. we have eight stages. dan: sf pride is the largest event of its kind in the nation but organizers need your help. if you would like to donate, had to their website and had -- click on the donate button. ama: that is very exciting. we love warm weather. dan: this will be a little more than warm. sandhya: this will be hot and everyone will feel it come thursday. i want to show you what is going to happen. a weather alert for later this week. temperatures soaring midweek. if you are sensitive, you will want to take precaution. let's check out a live view from the exploratorium camera. savor this because it is in the comfort zone right now.
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forecast record highs with santa rosa expecting to surpass the record. livermore as well so it is definitely going to be hot in many parts of the bay area. drink plenty of fluids before thursday. i know not everyone has ac so a fan would come in handy and don't ever leave pets or kids inside of vehicle. a live view from the bridge camera, it is murky because there is fog out there. air quality is good for tomorrow but starting to get moderate. live doppler 7 showing you some patchy fog right now. visibility is down to half a mile in moon bay. temperatures right now in the 50's and 60's. you can see the overcast skies
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from our sfo camera. a system came through earlier today and that is what helder temperatures down. -- helerat dowareas of morning n quickly for sunshine. the heat spikes on thursday. records are expected. it is not going to be hot. tomorrow morning we are expecting patchy frost. we have a frost advisory for humboldt county. temperatures down in the low 30's so you will want to take precaution. 40's and 50's for the morning once again. afternoon highs will range from the low 60's and the coast side all the way to the mid and upper 70's inland. you really start to notice that on wednesday and thursday. if you are trying to goat to escape the heat, watch out. -- go to escape the heat, watch
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out. this is encouraging. the computer model is bringing in rain on monday. maybe some high elevation snow locally. the other computer model holding off until tuesday. the accuweather 7 day forecast, the warming trend begins tomorrow. temperatures soaring on wednesday and thursday. the cooling begins and you will notice it heading into the weekend with winds kicking up with possibly some rain.
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care coalition, it's so good to see you all! alright! let's brainstorm. any ideas for new members? i'd like to nominate alaska airlines. this neck pillow i'm dating says great things! a caring airline?! wait, those exist?! it says here they were the first airline to switch from plastic bottles to boxed water. they also hire a lot of people from caring professions. i'm seeing former teachers and nurses. it's settled! alaska airlines is officially in the running! round of applause!
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large out-of-state corporations have set their sights on california. they've written a ballot proposal to allow online sports betting. they tell us it will fund programs for the homeless, but read the fine print. 90% of the profits go to out-of-state corporations, leaving almost nothing for the homeless. no real jobs are created here. but the promise between our state and our sovereign tribes would be broken forever. these out-of-state corporations don't care about california. but we do. stand with us.
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since 2020 because of the pandemic but the season returns this sunday. three roads will be transformed into car free streets for people to walk, run, and play. the event will include covid-19 vaccinations and testing. people are asked to wear masks during crowded events. this includes events through october's in six neighborhoods. ama: history made tonight in the ncaa basketball championship. dan: larry has more. larry: kansas fans will be
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title came as a one seed but it was bleak. they were down 16 to north carolina and what the jayhawks did next was to make history. the biggest comeback ever. the jayhawks fans never stopped believing. rj davis going straight to the cup, 14 straight points for the tar heels. kansas down by as many as 16 but christian brown going the otherh way and suddenly jayhawks within
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one. ravi martin from arizona state, martin 14 off the bench. huge bucket here for the muscleman david mccormick. kansas up three. final seconds, do want harris stepped up and all he needs to do is dribble the way to the foul so it is one last chance for carolina. kansas, your ncaa champion. >> to win when your team had to fight and come back the way they did and show that much grit makes this one off the charts. larry: on baseball, they say they're opening day starter is on friday so we assume he will not be traded this week. today hosting mason. brandon crawford got all of it. almost a catch there.
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a little collision on the outfield. anthony got his final tuneup and is looking good. jeff lowery also looking as well. sheldon neuse swinging. giants victorious 5-3. tiger woods is serious about playing in the masters. unthinkable 14 months ago in the car crash that could have killed him. >> is here right? so it is kind of already a return but it is great to see his face. i was on three and he was walking down 17, just jumped up and we were air high-fiving. and we were air high-fiving. larry: ♪ pop it like it's hooooot. pop it like it's hot.♪ ♪ pop it like it's hot.♪ ♪ pop it like it's— pop my $6.49 classic and spicy 50/50
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