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the tubbs fire which swept through santa rosa, jumping highway 101 on that first terrifying october night. among the casualties a mobile home park named journeys and. ashes, all that was left of homes and lives. abc 7 news reported cornell barnard is live in santa rosa because this is building a better bay area. >> that is right. construction is happening. >> this is the former side of the journeys and mobile home park. this is where it once stood. residents are getting ready to come back. >> i love journeys end.
there is no two ways about it. quest linda spent 25 years of her life at the journeys and mobile home park until a monster wildfire changed everything. >> the park was on fire when i left. it was probably the worst night of my life. >> 3000 homes burned across santa rosa. now the park is finally being redeveloped. quest they work for burbank housing, the nonprofit agency leading the project to build 260 market rate apartments. >> residents that were burned out from their homes five years ago will have an opportunity to move back here and we have heard from at least a couple dozen of
them that are waiting for the moment to come back. that is what makes this development so special. because the former journeys and is the largest post-wildfire redevelopment in five years. >> this would definitely be a sign of the city recovery and especially affordable housing for the senior community. >> they work on a plan to help former residents and others return here. >> they are not only rebuilding and recovery from the fires but there having them come back. >> is the second chance to return to the place that she loved and be reunited with old friends and neighbors. >> do you feel like you have come full circle? >> yes. when i get back to moving in, i will. i wanted to get it done tomorrow. >> journeys and residents will be the first to apply for
housing here if they want to come back and the project will be done next summer. live in santa rosa, abc 7 news. >> was there ever talk about rebuilding the mobile home park? >> there was talk but owners say if that happened, it would apprise many people who wanted to return if it meant buying a new home. that way the people that want to return, those people can come back if they like. >> a stark contrast to journeys and can be found just across the freeway. the suburb of coffee park was wiped out in the 2017 fires. sky 7 shows you the scope of the destruction, home after home gone but these houses have been rebuilt. look at coffee park today.
it has all been reconstructed. some reconstruction is happening right now. the actual part of coffee park reopened in 2020. restoration of the 5 acre park cost about $4 million. and we know that wildfires are question of when, not if. to get started, go to abc7news.com/take action. >> new data shows eight bay area counties rank in the top 10 of the highest covid infection rates. that is every local county but salama. experts say getting vaccinated and boosted and investing indoors remained the best way to avoid getting covered. >> i think we could need a new vaccine because the virus has evolved very much since the original vaccine.
>> one doctor says from the models she has seen, she expects the latest wave of cases to peek into weeks. dr. bob walked her made headlines when he tweeted that he is going back to masking indoors. he says he has yet to get covid and is trying to keep it that way. >> i think for people who still want to try to avoid it and that is the right call, i think there is a good chance that over the next year or so, if they are fully vaccinated and boosted and they are being reasonably careful, they can avoid it. quest the doctor went on to say that based on data he estimates one in 20 people in san francisco has covid right now. even if they feel well and are asymptomatic. >> researchers are closely monitoring rebound symptoms.
with paxlovid. luz pena is part of our vaccine team. she spoke to the lead researcher. she joins us live from the newsroom. they are happening. the majority of people taking paxlovid are getting better. a large supply just made it's in the bay area today. the number of locations is slowly increasing with pharmacies and clinics across the state finally getting this antiviral pill. the biden administration launched a nationwide test in march. >> they will get a rapid antigen test and those test results are available within 15 minutes. if the person is eligible for
paxlovid which means an older adult or they have a moderate to severe chronic condition, they are going to get screened and then they will be given a course of paxlovid. >> the debbie health officer confirmed anyone who was in the the first five days of experience in covert symptoms could drive to the college of san mateo to get screened for this bill. >> there is enough supply from the federal government. >> approved in december. now, as more people are taking it, researchers are reporting some rebound covid symptoms. >> he took it and fell
dramatically better and then after he finished it, he had rebound symptoms with his heart racing, feeling unwell, feeling short of breath. >> he is the lead researcher for the study. he believes timing can play a role in a possible rebound effect. >> we don't really understand the biology of what is going on yet but one theory is taking antiviral medicine too early can change the natural immune response that somebody develops and maybe when the medicine disappears, the immune system is not really ready to control the virus. >> those are clues that may be some people could benefit from taking this antiviral pill for more than five days. the state is expected to add more sites in the next two weeks. >> what about long covid? is paxlovid helping with that? >> yes, they have been tracking the impact of this antiviral pill with long covid patients. he said several people who
developed a long covid for months were able to access this bill somehow now claim to feel better but more research is needed. quest good info. thank you. it is the worst day of the year for most of the stock market. the nasdaq had a bigger loss percentage wise after it lost about 650 points. the s&p lost 153. more volatility tomorrow will see the latest jobs report. while stocks drop, gas prices are spiking again. san francisco prices are up 12% according to aaa, averaging 5.92 per gallon. san jose gas is up to 5.8 zero
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an eight foot high fence is up around the supreme court. activists have been rallying every day since the draft opinion was late monday indicating the supreme court will overturn roe v. wade. nancy pelosi was in san francisco to participate in the opening of a new housing development. she also spoke to lyanne melendez about her resolve when it comes to fighting for women's rights and the ukrainian government. >> at the opening of an affordable housing development in san francisco's mission district, nancy pelosi quoted her mother believed children are showing respect and love when they are properly housed. >> all of our children need affordable housing. quest the speaker but much of her focus on this in recent days.
this following the leak of a supreme court draft decision overturning roe v. wade. >> our focus is not about a leak or something that republicans would like. we are saying no. it is on the damage it does to a woman's dignity and provides. >> like the president, speaker pelosi hopes to carry that message into the midterm elections. today, the leader of the crowd also elaborated on the recent trip to ukraine. >> economically and humanitarian and with sanctions to accomplish much of that. i think putin just shows what a coward he is. instead of fighting were like a
man, he is fighting it with children and civilians. quest this will take place in congress as early as next week. >> and more on the housing development. speaker pelosi's project includes 143 new and affordable units. it will be in a building at the corner of 16th and folsom. >> getting more people traveling is as part. the bay area economy desperately needs it.
quest with more tools here, the number of people traveling has been going up around the country. here on the west coast, they say we are lagging behind. this means fewer jobs. especially in hospitality. >> the american hotel and lodging association spoke with both san jose and san francisco chambers of commerce to promote travel to the bay area. all working to strategize how to get more people to come back not just for leisure travel but also business travel. course we know an activity increases productivity.
those businesses that are doing face-to-face meetings, sending the salesforce back out, they are going to do better in the long run. quest how will this bring the back to pre-pandemic levels. they say in large part it will come down to messaging. >> it would be nice for them to get people to travel to locations marketing is critically important. >> zach fuentes, abc7news. >> we could feel the cooler weather today. >> i wish i would have warned i have your jacket. >> i warned you. >> it is all right. it was sharply cooler. in that area's made it up to the low and mid 70's. 50's and 60's for most of you. look at this beautiful view. all of the clouds stacked up tonight, temperatures dropped
compared to 24 hours ago. 19 degrees cooler in concord. you can definitely feel it. 50's to 60's right now. if you're stepping out, you will want to grab those letters. this cool front is pushing to the pacific northwest. it brought us some drizzle this morning. extra clouds this afternoon and the sea breeze is helping to drive those temperatures down. that system is also kicking up the swell. there is the beach hazard statement. 13 footers, a high risk of recurrence. be careful if you're going to be out and about near the coast. a breezy view as you look toward san francisco. clouds and fog overnight. breezy again tomorrow afternoon. we are looking at a windier weekend, a chance of showers on
monday. as we go hour-by-hour, the best possibility of seeing an drops with the system will be around mendocino county. not just tonight but going into tomorrow. the main impact will be extra clouds, a little drizzle tomorrow morning. when that front passes, we will get a little bit more sun on saturday but the wind will come up. morning temperatures will be in the 40's and 50's. watch out fo s roadways. you are looking at similar temperatures, upper 50's where the breeze will be blowing, all the way to the mid-seventies in land. they will be quiet a bit of cloud cover. as we look at these systems, there were a series coming through. this is one computer model that every time we get closer to the event, the model takes the rainfall to the north. even if they initially show you the potential for rain. this one will bring us drizzle for friday morning.
another one coming through sunday and into monday morning. at this point, we don't know. as we get closer, it is drawing us out. at least we know sierra will get some snow. we may get some drizzle if this model verifies we could actually see some measurable rain by early next week. 15 hundredths or less if that all adds up. this is what is encouraging. expressing up to 11 inches. 13 inches in tahoe city. the 7-day forecast, morning drizzle, a breezy afternoon. gusty wind for the weekend. mother's day is windy and cooler. when do with a chance of showers on monday before we go to dry weather. >> it is a big day for fans of andy, the peregrine falcon at the zoo.
the yet to be named chick hatched around 6:00 this morning. her two other eggs have yet to hatch. this comes a couple of weeks after they died and a new falcon joined annie and took over incubation duties. quick so good and cool to see that right in front of our eyes. >> 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. your birthday, your dogs name? out-of-state corporations wrote an online sports betting plan they call "solutions for the homeless".
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>> happening today is world password day. it should be passwords. we all have more than one these days. they do not always do their jobs. quest 2021 was a banner year for id theft with personal data taken from computers and smartphones and shared on the dark web. quest i will not happen to me until it does happen or until you know someone it happens to. >> security experts don't like to say that we are lazy but people tend to create simple passwords that are easy to
remember but that makes it easier for data thieves to gas. once they discover your password, you are out of luck. quest they take one set of usable credentials. there are these scripts called automated code to try that. questions, vulnerability is worsened. our kids are using mom and dad -- as travel returns, we log onto free wi-fi networks that may be set up by cyber criminals. >> if you connect to a malicious network, they can route all of your traffic through your computer. correct the bad guys are fishing via text messages, warning you of a data breach to change your password so they can use it.
>> basically pausing for a second and questioning whether or not that is a legitimate orphic request is just a normal part of using the internet. >> it is on consumers to use strong, complex passwords or use to factor authentication. while facial recognition is available, it is not a universal tool. david lui, abc7news. >> coming up next, the consequences of crime or the lack of them for suspects who are not even teenagers yet. >> animal-rights groups call this training method will.
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what's the real math behind their ballot measure for online sports betting? 90% of profits go to the out of state corporations permanently. only eight and a half cents is left for the homeless. and in virginia, arizona, and other states, fanduel and draftkings use loopholes to pay far less than was promised. sound familiar? it should. it's another bad scheme for california.
>> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions. this is abc7news. >> sky 7 over and over the neighborhood where a family was ambushed and robbed at gunpoint. two of the suspects arrested were only 12 and 13 years old. dlm has the details in a story you only see on seven. >> i don't even want to go out
to oakland anymore. >> requesting privacy as they work through their pain. they recall the pain -- events that unfolded. >> one of them in the back was brandishing a good. >> they were there to join family and be at their terminally ill cousin's bedside. she was shoved into the ground. >> i knew there after my keys. quest the suspect took keys and a phone and drove off. three days later, police documents showed a 12 and 13-year-old were arrested in connection to the crime. >> they were young but it looked like they had been doing this quiet enough. an 80-year-old man was knocked to the ground. days later, that same youth carjacked an asian woman in oakland. multiple law enforcement
agencies have told me these young people continue to commit armed robberies across the bay area. the question now stands, why do they keep reoffending? >> they are encouraging the youngsters to go out and do these carjackings. quest they were precluded from even interviewing them with regards to the crime. many times they are taken into custody. >> the sheriff says print preventative programs are crucial. as for the siblings, while they were outside dealing with the trauma of being carjacked, their ailing cousin passed away inside. mr. tang recalled the moment with tears in his eyes. >> my mind was being torn. i have to deal with this carjacking and i wanted to give to police information while it was still fresh in my mind. i wanted to be with my cousin
even more. practiced by california laws, they hope there is a way to hold these young people accountable. quest they should get punished for it. it is just sad to see that agents are being targeted because we never put a threat on anybody. quest the warriors are honoring the former san francisco mayor who helped turn chase center into a reality. the team unveiled a statue. he called chase center his legacy project and helped strike the deal that lured the warriors across the bay from oakland. members say that the unveiling comes on an already significant day. >> it is really beautiful. this is such an incredible opportunity today to celebrate his 70th birthday. so excited to be here.
such a great celebration. >> you can find the statue right outside chase center. >> a 75-year-old candy shop is hoping rescue boxes can help them out. they are offering boxes with their best available chocolates and confections for about $36. they have sold about 200 boxes since late march. you can check out the shop online or in person. the story is important but the visuals that come with it are disturbing. we want you to be prepared before you say this.
michael finney joins us live with the story. >> and assembly bill would require dog trainers to disclose their methods before selling their services. supporters hope it will end of what they consider a cool practice. 20 minutes after he received electronic jolts from an e collar by a dog trainer. >> he was trying to stand. claims he does not get himself up. his back legs were not working. >> jason turned the body over and found a two inch burn on bubba's neck. >> he got a bruise about this big with a quarter sized sore. corrects a dog trainer uses the
colors at very high levels. corrects the colors are cranked up. >> he says he regrets allowing this e collar to be used on his dog. >> a lo if he is doing good and a high shock if he is doing that, the thing is that you are just shocking him. >> i think that it made him to stop at every other dog that he ever sees. he does not even have to have a shock collar on. corrects these e colors must be used with care. >> you can make it unbelievably painful but if you don't know what you're doing. >> smith uses e colors in his training and demonstrated how the device works. corrects as you can see, i am utilizing the button right now. this thing goes up to 36.
this is the same sort of demonstration jason says was done on him. his trainer asked him to wear the collar on his risk to experience the shock first hand. >> if eliot engel. just enough to distract. >> based on that experience, he allowed the training to use it on bubba. >> that is just abusive. that is abusive to a dog. you are abusing your own dog doing that. if you can't get a train or learn how to train an animal without causing it pain, you should not have an animal. you should not be a trainer. corrects it has no specific language addressing this but it does mandate that a trainer disclose all training methods including the use of e colors,
they make it up to the dog family to decide whether to allow its use. i want to hear it from you. please send me your stories about buying a car, paying off alone, anything that has to do with you and your money, i want to hear about your triumphs and frustrations. >> thank you for that report. russians were in ukraine is now into its 10th week. tonight, a look at the most important battles. >> you can stop the waves but you can learn how to surf. you can learn how to surf. this mother's day, show mom that you worship the ground she walks on. or in this case, stands on. the new anti-fatigue comfortmat from weathertech is a gift she'll appreciate all year round. it makes standing comfortable in the home or office and comes in a variety of colors and finishes. and for mom's vehicle, there's cupfone, floorliner, cargoliner, and seat protector. show mom that she deserves the best
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>> it had some help from the u.s.. sources are telling cnn that ukrainian forces spotted the ship and called their american context to affirm that it was before the attack. it is not clear if the u.s. knew ukraine would strike the ship. corrects we would still assess that ukrainians are putting up a very stiff resistance and that russians have not made the progress they expected to make
at this point. >> this new video from ukraine's military shows an attack on russian forces. if you want to help people in ukraine, we have put together a full list of nonprofits. >> today is cooler with windy weather. stay with us for a while. we will have the 7-day forecast which includes mother's day. pretty important. >> game three of the grizzlies and warriors will be this saturday and you can watch it right here on abc 7. coverage starts at 5:00 p.m.
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at the international space station. >> the story of bay area moms taking turns with childcare so they can join the service weapon waves -- serve -- surf swapping waves. >> to come out of the ocean and see the waves, it is a beautiful metaphor for what we experience internally. i am amanda and i am the volunteer coordinator for serving moms. -- surfing moms. moms just postpartum can be so isolated. our hormones are all over the place. it can be so overwhelming and so
all. it can feel quaint lonely. when moms are coming out here, you get some time to be on your own. you get some time to experience yourself. we are able to experience each other. my name is judy wang. i have two young kids. for me, it manifested like postpartum rage. i found the smallest things setting me off. i was becoming there's really angry person. i did not have any time to do anything for myself. everything was about trying to get the family going. trying to hold the house altogether. being able to do this now is just a lifesaver. >> my name is alicia and i have three girls aged 6, 2 and eight
months. i was so nervous to get the wet suit on and get out there. i felt awkward. when i got out there, it felt so good to be out on the water. >> i started this group here about four years ago, shortly after i moved here to hawaii. we were going for a while and we got some of these things and then covid hit. we decided to turn it into a more official and sustainable long-term nonprofit so we could start in other places just like we had done. we started with just the one group and then we have 10 groups . for in here why and then we have
some california one starting in new jersey. some starting in florida and even ones starting in oregon. >> we welcome people who are brand-new to surfing. most of us were in the beginner to intermediate level and we really welcomed everybody to come out and join us. >> such a serious issue that needs to be talked about more. i am glad they had that outlet. >> let's talk about the weather and what we can expect this weekend for mother's day. >> make sure that moms have a jacket. you can see eureka getting a few showers in the bay area. let's take a look at the drought monitor. nothing has changed in the past week. statewide, it was a similar story with severe --
you can notice our reservoir levels. the lack of winter rain showing. 47% of the historical average. highs tomorrow will be in the upper 50's to near 70's, breezy at the coast, cloud cover will be filtering this on. we are looking at a dry day, windy and cool there for mother's day and a chance of showers on monday with temperatures below average for the time of year. >> along with mother's day, people will be watching a pretty important game this weekend. >> the verdict is in from the nba, dylan brooks will not be playing because of his on gary
payton the second. does the punishment really fit the crime? fanduel and draftkings, two out of state corporations making big promises to californians. what's the real math behind their ballot measure for online sports betting? 90% of profits go to the out of state corporations permanently. only eight and a half cents is left for the homeless. and in virginia, arizona, and other states, fanduel and draftkings use loopholes to pay far less than was promised. sound familiar? it should. it's another bad scheme for california. everyone's a multitasker these days. and with supersonic wifi from xfinity, your internet can multitask too. it's got gig speeds to the most homes... advanced security that blocks billions of cyber threats. and enough power for a house full of devices. plus when you get xfinity internet and mobile together,
out as long as payton is out. there is a chance that they might be back before the end of the season. steve kerr was asked about his team's mindset going into game three. >> compete every possession. don't risk a guysthat is our ma. >> what can you say about how gary is feeling? >> he has a huge brace on his arm. he will be out for a long time. he has crushed. six years, toiling away in the league. playing in the playoffs, playing well. that has all been taken away from him. we all feel terrible for gary. he deserves better. >> there was some hope that andre iguodala might be back to help slow down john moran.
he has a neck injury. draymond green was just find $24,000 for flipping off the fans in memphis. they were cheering when draymond got her. dream on with no regrets at all about his response to the memphis fans. if you're going to be someone and blood is running on your face, i could have had a concussion. if they are going to be that nasty, i can be nasty too. i am assuming that years were because they know i will be fine. i'm a $25 million a year, i should be fine. >> i will just go do an appearance, i will make up the money.
the tipoff is at 5:30 on abc 7. the first sign that deebo samuel was not thrilled about being a 49er came when he scrubbed all 49ers references off and then the trade demand came. order has been restored in the universe. devo did not get traded and he is back following the 49ers on instagram. everybody can exhale. the assumption is that the 49ers can work out an acceptable contract extension in the next few months. and they can make their star happy. that game will be in mexico city against the cardinals. rarely do you see steve kerr as peeved as he has been the last few days and you can see it in his meeting with the press where he is talking about the mindset
to play hard and make sure they don't risk anybody's career. everybody is really frustrating -- frustrated about that situation. >> he has good reason to be that frustrated. class coming up tonight, station 19 followed by grey's anatomy. big sky airs at 10:00 and stay with us for abc7news at 11:00. remember, we are streaming 24/7. you can join us whenever you want, wherever you are. that will do it for this edition of the abc7news, thank you for joining us. i am ama daetz.
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