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alameda county. this family rented their house to someone who defrauded them, giving them fake checks since 2020. the covid moratorium has prevented them from getting evicted and they haven't paid rent in over two years. april 7, we met this couple. they told us their tenant had not paid them in two years, owing them over $100,000 in rent. >> we are forced by the county to keep a criminal in our home. reporter: fast forward to almost a month later and now the couple, along with four other small property owners, are suing alameda county. >> i know there are people who needed this protection, but there are people who have taken advantage of the situation and the city is not, the county is
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not willing to revisit the moratorium. reporter: they feel responsible to hold the county accountable not only for her case but the other small county -- small property owners who contacted them, saying they also feel trapped by the county. >> after my story was aired on abc7news, many landlords got in touch with me, about the one-sided law. when the county has no money to pay the landlords i don't think they should expect landlords to pay for other families. reporter: the california apartment association filed a lawsuit in federal court challenging alameda county's covid moratorium as a legal. >> there is no end in sight, it is slated to stay in effect as long as their public health emergency in the county and we have no idea when that declaration might come to an end. even if the moratorium stays in
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effect, 60 days after. reporter: the lawsuit seeking for the county to pay back rent to property owners and change the moratorium. >> if you look at the totals of unpaid rent that is due to these five owners to date, it is a little over $200,000, i believe. that is just a starting point. reporter: the alameda county board of supervisors have the power to revisit the moratorium. we contacted all members, some refused to speak on camera and others did not respond. this woman hopes they now listen. >> if it was not an official lawsuit, now they have to respond. reporter: the county has a 21 days to respond and there is a possibility more landlords could be added to the lawsuit. larry: how much money did alameda county get to pay property owners for back rent? reporter: they received $129 million and has $34 million so
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for the county has approved 6500 applications but they have more than 7000 applications to review and time is ticking. on one hand, the rent protection in the june 30, but the alameda county protections do not have an end date, so people are growing weary. larry: the city of san francisco faces a daunting task when it comes to affordable housing. a state mandate says san francisco must build 82,000 new units of housing by 2031. today on our afternoon program, our reporter explained what would happen if the city doesn't meet the deadline. >> what would happen is the city would be subjected to penalties that would not make it available to receive housing grants. this is not small sums, they are hundreds of millions of dollars. larry: he says the city tends to trip over itself when it comes
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to developing housing. in addition, concerns about equity and environmental standards slow the process down. karina: a box truck crashed into the bay bridge toll plaza today, clogging up traffic for about an hour. the driver failed to navigate the toll lane. you can see the guardrail took some damage. the truck was towed away a little after 12:30 and the lane reopened. here is a live look at the toll plaza, heavy traffic headed into the city. no one was hurt and the cause is under investigation. this is the second truck crash at the toll plaza this week. a big rig also crashed into the toll plaza. no one was hurt. about five years ago, a box truck crashed into booth number 14, killing the toll taker inside. the driver was drunk and high. larry: yet again, a down day on wall street, all three indices
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down for the week. the dow lost about 100 points, closing below 33,000, the nasdaq dropped 170 p, the s&p down by 23. investors worried about inflation and interest rates. there is hopeful news in the jobs report released today. the labor department announcing 428,000 jobs added in april, beating expectations. it is the 12 straight months more than 400,000 jobs were created the country's unemployment rate only 3.6 percent, just above the lowest level and a half-century. the big concern is the fed's biggest interest rate hike in mos. >> the higher the interest rate, the lower the value of whatever investment you have. that's why investors get concerned if the fed starts to aggressively raise interest rates. >> the fed is not just hitting the brakes, but in some ways driving in reverse using the rearview mirror to see where we're going. larry: mortgage rates, which
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have been rising, have jumped above 5.4%. a year ago it was about half that. tonight, michael finney shows you how to get the best rates and he will join us live at 6:30. karina: california's test positivity rate is on the brink of 4%. many people are testing at home and may not be reporting results. every county in the bay area has an increase of infections according to the cdc. the fda is limiting who should get the johnson & johnson vaccine, which has been linked to rare blood clots. we asked dr. patel about it today. >> when you look that 18 million americans got the shot, it is pretty rare, 122 per million -- one to two per million. if you got that shot, you should not worry. karina: california released new data today showing there were more than 22,000 new cases of
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coronavirus since tuesday. larry: a few days since a draft of the supreme court majority opinion leaked out, showing justices are poised to overturn roe v. wade. today, california's attorney general spoke out on that topic. >> hell no to going backwards, to reversing 50 years of settled law, to stripping women of their right to reproductive freedom. larry: governor newsom and legislative leaders have already said they will seek voter approver to make abortions a constitutional right in california. karina: sexual harassment, retaliation and a vote of no-confidence. next, details on the growing scandal at sonoma state university. >> showers are coming in for mother's day weekend. we will take a look, coming up. larry: and game three of the grizzlies/warriors series is tomorrow and you can wash it tomorrow here at 7:00.
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-- tomorrow here on abc 7. tip-off is 5:00. a lot of people are packing into san francisco at exactly the same time. the giants game will start at 4:15 at oracle park. consider this your warning. take etake extra time, take pubc transit, do whatever you want to out-of-state corporations wrote an online sports betting plan they call "solutions for the homeless".
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larry: education is part of our efforts to build a better bay area, and teachers at sonoma state have a gun taking a no-confidence vote against the university president.
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cornell barnard tells you the vote involves sexual harassment and a retaliation scandal involving her husband. >> a big story on campus. reporter: a reported scandal picking headlines at sonoma state university. it seems everyone has an opinion. >> i definitely feel like she could have handled things better. >> it is a big distraction, i think she should have resigned already. reporter: she is the university president, seen here on the university website. now embroiled in a scandal involving a six-figure settlement paid to a former provost who said she faced retaliation after reporting alleged sexual harassment at the president's husband. the story was first reported to the press democrat. >> how will you vote? >> i haven't decided. reporter: this professor along with hundreds of faculty members began voting friday on a resolution declaring no-confidence in the president's leadership. >> i am very uncomfortable
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ousting a woman because of something her husband did that there is a lot more going on. >> it is embarrassing as hell. do i want to spend my time doing this? no. reporter: the faculty chair and others believe that the handling of the harassment claims are only part of the issue. declining enrollment and budget deficits are looming, and some say it is too soon to call for her resignation. >> i don't think are going is going to make things better. in terms of what is best for the institution, i think the last thing we need is change. >> she needs to do what she needs to do and we as faculty need to do and vote what we need to do and vote. reporter: one thing is for sure, the scandal has been a major distraction on campus with graduation weeks away. >> it definitely is a distraction, especially with graduation coming up. everyone is thinking about the scandal, whereas people should be happy about graduating. reporter: the president declined
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a request for an interview. in the past, she and her husband said they did nothing wrong. the no-confidence voting concludes on monday. larry: another issue tonight for the beleaguered san francisco unified school district. a top administrator is leaving, headed to berkeley to be the superintendent there. he was considered to be a rising star in the district, serving as deputy superintendent for instruction, just the latest high-profile official to leave. the district says turnover rates for teachers have remained the same. >> we haven't seen an uptick in departures and separations, retirements and resignations. we are watching carefully because we are also in the process of a layoff. larry: the district, like many others in the bay area, is seeing declining enrollment into dealing with a 125 million dollar budget deficit for next year. karina: let's get a check on the forecast. we are talking about the weekend
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forecast. larry: mother's day -- i don't know if i heard this correctly, did you say because the weather might be raining, we should get mom and umbrella? sandhya: perfect gift. especially if mom doesn't have an umbrella. along with the big gift and flowers. karina: now you are talking. [laughter] i am sure you are on it, larry. sandhya: larry has the big aft -- gifts all planned. we will see some showers on mother's day. much-needed rain but not expecting a lot. let's talk about what is happening now. a system is pushing into the pacific northwest, bringing northern california rain, impressive totals near the oregon border, about an inch and a half and almost two inches in 24 hours. in the bay area, the front has allowed the clouds and fog bank against the coastline and move through the region.
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we have seen drizzle this morning and you will notice we still have cloud cover but we are starting to notice the skies opening up. not here, from our roof camera, a little breezy from the embarcadero. you need to grab a jacket if you're headed out. 67 in san jose and exceed eight in santa clara. -- 68 in santa clara. this picture needs to be framed. blue sky between the clouds and 80. our midas spots, low to mid 70's today. fairfield at 71. 68 in livermore. more son to the south. mostly cloudy with fog and drizzle overnight. increasing winds tomorrow and we are looking at gusty, clearer weather on mother's day. 40's and 50's and with the cloud cover and fog, drizzle not out of the question. tomorrow afternoon, 70 in morgan
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hill. 68 in san jose. occasional high clouds and sunshine on the peninsula. 63 in san mateo. windy on the coast. downtown san francisco, 62. low 70's in places like vallejo and santa rosa. east, 66 in oakland for castro valley, 66. upper 60's to mid 70's with plenty of sunshine had -- sunshine. here is a sundaes system, a fast mover. -- sunday's system, a fast mover. snow level dropping to a few thousand feet 11:00 a.m., not everybody seeing wet weather. east bay, southbay, the peninsula, and another band sunday at 4:00 p.m. isolated for the evening hours but a much this way where it lays out -- plays out.
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as we head into the weekend, the winds will kick up, 37 miles per hour along the coast and stronger by 10:00 p.m. sunday, and onshore wind will make it feel even colder. here is a look at the forecast, gusty with sunshine tomorrow, mother's day with a level 1 system, scattered showers and windy conditions in cooler. thunder shower chance on monday lingering into tuesday, before we dry out, and then thursday could see sprinkles in the north bay. karina: after years of drought, farmers in the central valley face another major challenge. they're having trouble shipping product overseas, leaving millions of pounds of produce sitting in warehouses. eliza navarro from our sister station investigates the academic impact and -- economic
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impact and the legislation that could get crops moving again. reporter: across the golden state, thousands of acres used to grow many things, but the agriculture community dealing with challenges at a level no one saw coming. >> it is always tough in agriculture. you roll the dice. but the cards are truly stacked against us right now. it is unprecedented. i would like to say there is light at the end of the tunnel but i am still looking. reporter: on top of three years of drought and new water restrictions, the pandemic has impacted growers's ability to export overseas, leading to huge financial losses. this company stuck with millions of pounds of almonds that should have been exported onto go to countries including afghanistan, germany, and croatia. the owner says they've never experienced anything like this in 40 years in the industry, but
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the company is not alone. you will find sites similar to this one at warehouses across the central valley. >> shipping lines are not coming to oakland to take exports, so it is a exports for months. reporter: the delays have some overseas customers turning to other countries to get similar products quicker. >> loss in marketplace is lost sales. i can tell you in the walnut industry it is the millions. i have one member who has lost $75 million in one month of sales. reporter: the president and ceo of western agricultural processors says with the uptick of online shopping during the pandemic, shipping lines overseas are choosing to deliver products to the u.s. and quickly bring back empty shipping containers instead of loading up with american exports. and central valley agricultural exports say commodities are
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typically shipped out from local rowers to locations around the world, but the backlog caused them to refuse orders and focus on domestic exports to stay afloat. >> can you imagine, we received in september 2021, and order. we package. we have to pay the grower net 30 and pushback the shipping until march. imagine the cash flow of a corporation. reporter: what is being done to solve the extreme shipping delays at the ports? >> there is legislation that the agriculture industry and transportation industry are supporting. basically it would create that reciprocal trade where if you are going to deliver and import, you have to take an export container back. reporter: it has passed the house and senate. he says it would be a big gain if it was to be signed.
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he says growers feel fortunate almonds have a longer shelf life. several ports are also working to be operational 24/7, but he says the process takes time and since workers are required to have a certain level of experience and certification. but he says when that changes, it would be a win. larry: next, we take you to cuba for the latest on a hotel for the latest on a hotel oh, wow barbara corcoran! good morning. sorry, but we don't need any business help now. we're gigillionaires. what? we're gigillionaires now. i don't get it we have at&t business fiber with hyper-gig speeds. -but i just... -so thanks, we're doing great. i'm so happy for you!
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karina: an update on the deadly plane crash in the marin headlands we told you about earlier. moments ago, our reporter sent us a photo of the crash site and you can see the plane appears to have crashed nose first onto the hillside. two people were found dead at the site. no word on what caused it. as this video shows, there was thick fog in area. we will have a complete story at 11:00. the death toll from a hotel explosion in havana, cuba keeps rising. authorities say 18 people were killed and 64 others injured. a pregnant woman and child among the dead. officials say the explosion happened when a truck was supplying the hotel with liquefied gas. the blast blew out several floors of the building. there were no tourists in the
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hotel, it was being prepared for reopening. luxury hotel has hosted foreign dignitaries and celebrities. larry: as bloody battles into new to unfold in eastern ukraine, president biden is ascending another 150 million dollars in military equipment there. the pentagon clarifying the role of u.s. intelligence in the war. earlier this week, the new york times reported about a classified u.s. effort to provide real-time battlefield intelligence to help ukraine kill several russian generals. a spokesman said the u.s. does not provide intelligence on russian generals. >> we provide you believe to be relevant and timely information about russian units to allow them to adjust and execute their self-defense. larry: first lady jill biden thanked u.s. troops in romania as serving as a check against russian aggression. the base is 60 miles away from the border with ukraine. karina: next, ms. behavior by
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>> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions. this is abc7news. larry: disturbing allegations of surrounding a san jose police officer accused of performing a lewd sex act while in a home responding to a call. karina: it comes days after the city of san jose and the san jose police department announced a crackdown on officer misconduct. larry: our reporter has the story. reporter: the allegation is serious, a source telling us a san jose police officer is accused of masturbating inside of family's home while on duty. this information coming out days
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after the police department confirmed tuesday in investigation into sexual was going on. >> the officer was immediately placed on administrative leave and there is an investigation. we will coordinate with the district attorney's office and any criminal charges appropriate will be sought in any disciplinary actions will be taken. reporter: the police officers association speaking with us this afternoon. >> absolutely not reflective of our working men and women of the san jose police department. if the facts are proven to be true, this person has no place in law enforcement. reporter: we reached out to the police apartment about the allegations and received a statement from the police chief, who said in part, i would like to propose changes to the disciplinary process that would allow me to speak openly to the public about cases where i feel termination is the only option. if true, any conduct similar to what has been alleged will result in termination is 7 -- as wiggly as i can do so.
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-- as quickly as i can do so. this comes after the city of san jose and the police department called for a crackdown on misconduct. in addition to this investigation, and alcohol investigation is going on after an alcohol -- after an officer showed up to a scene drunk. karina: today, the district attorney held a town hall discussing potential fraudulent disability lawsuits targeting chinese businesses in san francisco. last year, more than 1088 cases were filed against chinese owned businesses, claiming they don't comply with the americans with disabilities act. an investigation was launched, finding complaints have happened before by a san diego-based law firm. >> we cannot and will not allow lawyers to enrich themselves by abusing the law and shaking down and extorting money from hard-working small business owners. karina: the district attorney says he will fight to prevent
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similar lawsuits from happening in the future and will work get money back to the businesses. larry: mortgage interest rates are going up but there are moves you can make to bring your personal mortgage interest rate down. michael finney knows about these things and is joining us live. reporter: mortgage rates are not one-size-fits-all. you need to compare rates from different financial institutions. you are looking for a lender who is giving the best discount for your specific situation. if you have ever shopped for a home, you have in all likelihood shopped for a mortgage. when shopping, news reports probably were not much help. rates 5.27% screams one headline and the next says headlines have dropped. the headlines are a to mortgage rate in has little to do with the rate you will actually pay. just going to the information is
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tough, especially for first-time homebuyers like charlie and katie from concord. >> it was amazing how the numbers fluctuate, if you want to go with a lower rate but you are paying more fees. i did not know what these fees were. reporter: like most of us. look at these rates and fees. that's just the start. >> contrary to popular belief, every interest rate a home buyer ends up with is pretty much custom-made or tailored to their specific situation. reporter: when you read a mortgage rate, that is a median rate. it is likely not what you will pay. >> the lender will evaluate what they consider the perceived risk. the higher the risk, the higher the interest rate and higher the cost will be to the borrower. reporter: that is something you
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can work with. you can control a little. here is how you can beat down the mortgage interest rate you will pay a good credit score lowers your mortgage rate. so does a smaller loan amount. a big down payment can drop the interest you will pay. your debt to income ratio -- how much you owe versus earn is important. and often buying a single family home over a condo will drop your interest rate. you cannot control what the federal reserve does or major banks, but you can control what you buy and how you buy it. each small tweak to your position potentially knocking down your interest rate an eighth of a point. an eighth of a point here or there can really add up to significant savings. >> it all depends. in general your concept is correct. all of those things you can do to reduce risk to the lender will be rewarded in pricing.
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reporter: really work it, and you can drop your interest rate by a half or full point. over 30 years we are talking real money. the important thing, hitting together with a good loan officer and going over all of these tiny tweaks. i want to hear from you. send me your stories about eyeing a home, a car, paying off the loan -- anything that has to do with you and your money. we want towe want to hear your s and frustrations. just visit our website to share your story. larr thank you. karina: next, stories about kids and their parents. >> it is helpful to see parents of older twins to see what is next. karina: if one kid is a lot to handle, try twins or triplets. a new group i
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and they'd get a refund on t taken from homeless funds, too. these guys didn't write a plan for the homeless. they wrote it for themselves. larry: may is mental health awareness month and expert say it is important to recognize the struggles we have all faced in the past few years, and especially kids. dustin dorsey explains how prominent figures are coming
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together to break the stigma of mental health. reporter: young or old, rich or poor, everyone faces struggles in regards to mental health sometimes. the past few years, we have all been through a lot, especially kids. it has feeling helpless at times. >> the severity of childhood mental health conditions had already been escalating with social media, but the combination of that with the pandemic has made this a lethal combination. >> watching your kids go through any difficulties are really hard on parents. our job is to keep our kids safe and fed and loved. reporter: sometimes the best way to love someone struggling mentally is awareness. every may, experts use metal health awareness month to share the sometimes lifesaving message that it is ok to not be ok. >> kids with anxiety or mood or intentional disorders get better with treatment. it's just what we know is there is so much a stigma that adults
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may wait years from the time they know some things going on to when they seek help. reporter: the child mind institute is trying to into the stigma. >> i am proud to join the child mind institute for their dare to share campaign. reporter: everyday, and different video shared by prominent names in the community highlighting their own connection to mental health. awareness is not just about knowledge, it is about inspiring change. >> it gets better and there are beautiful moments waiting for you and beautiful people waiting to love you. one of those people is yourself. >> we don't just want people to be thinking about it. we want people to engage, if i watch these videos, what can i do with the person of my life, to check in with them, ask them what they are doing and how i can help them find the help they need. reporter: if we all do that, we can make a community a better place. we have a link to the videos at
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>> right now we have over 200 members. we share our experiences and our tips and tricks. definitely eye-opening when you get them together and see them having play dates and stuff and learn from each other. >> i think it is helpful to see parents of older twins to see what his next around the corner. our group also has a new parent and expectant parent meeting that we attended, anything from having to ask for help and breast-feeding twins for its great resource for lots of moms with lots of knowledge to share. ♪ >> the people participating in ivf contributes. i think in this area people are
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waiting later in life to have children so they can be established and have a house and then have children. that also plays a factor. as you get older, your body drops more eggs. >> it seems so hard right now managing the time. summary always need you. the parents of older twins, they say we miss those times when they were young, enjoy them because you will never get them back. ♪ larry: those kids are so adorable and the moms have it together, they've got them both. the moms or just calm as can be viewed karina: are they? larry: during the video they were. i don't know about afterwards. karina: this kid goes one way and the other the other way. adorable and the moms are amazing. two kids at the same time. larry: sandhya patel dated.
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coldplay is performing next weekend at levi's stadium and the band is offering a discount if you take public transit to the venue. david louis tells us about a new app created for coldplay to get people to think about their carbon footprint. ♪ reporter: coldplay has been sending fans a message on its app ever since its world tour tickets went on sale seven months ago. reduce your carbon footprint and earn a 10% discount on your ticket. >> it helps you to become a part of the environmental cycle by looking at the greenest and cleanest way get to the concert and home again. reporter: next week's performance could draw as many as 68,000. normally about 10% of them or 6000 people use vta's light rail trains. fans support the call for this.
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>> one of the key things is we want to be subtle and not preachy. we don't want you to feel guilty. reporter: the app downloaded over to -- 10,000 times on google play. vta could not be happier. >> there is a station right in front of levi's stadium. it is an easy ride, $2.50 one way. it is cheap, easy and sustainable. reporter: the app has a carbon calculator. the man says it will plant one tree for each ticket sold it is taking other steps to minimize carbon, but the greatest m -- greatest impact could be setting an example. >> good behavior is something we all want to be associated with. i think it is a matter of a band like coldplay doing it and encouraging everyone else to do it. larry: that is awesome, creating
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awareness. you would not ordinarily think of a band getting involved with your carbon footprint, but if all the popular bands did, imagine the progress. karina: and offering a discount? that is great. happy early mother's day, mom to twins. sandhya: thank you. happy mother's day to all of the moms out there. i want to show you the mother's day planner. if you like showers, you are in luck. starting in the 40's and 50's. late morning and early afternoon, a light level 1 system will bring us scattered showers, isolated for the afternoon. then windy and cool toward the latter part of the day. just be prepared, mom will need a jacket and umbrella just in case. live doppler 7 showing no rain right now. certainly clouds and in the mountains they will get some snow. 14 inches at kuipers by the middle of next week. eight inches in tahoe. in the bay area, mainly sunday
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-- mainly sunny and windy tomorrow. sunday will be even cooler and more windy. 50's and 60's, below average for this time of year. the forecast featuring gusty winds with sunshine tomorrow and then windy for mother's day with spotty showers. offender and shower chant lingers monday with that level 1 system, possibly into early tuesday. karina: thank you. we will be ready. larry: chris, were you tempted to show up at warriors practice with brass knuckles? just to be safe? chris: you have to defend gary payton. tomorrow night the warriors against the grizzlies. against the grizzlies. and willie mays, 91st birthday. did you know that renovating your kitchen and bathroom is one of the best ways to increase the value of your home? i'm mike holmes here with ivan from agm renovations america's kitchen and bathroom renovators
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thanks mike! we make kitchen and bathroom renovations easy for everyone. we quote and design each project and help customers select all finishes without having to leave their home! wow! agm are the only kitchen and bathroom renovations specialists i recommend. ♪ ♪ [announcer] call now and get $3,000 off! 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
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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.
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chris: the warriors and grizzlies series has shifted to san francisco. the warriors have a chance for another win tomorrow night you're on abc 7. time has helped heal draymond green's i, after taking an elbow. pivotal game three tomorrow. with gary payton's second out the rest of the series with an elbow injury, emotions are still running high. >> you want every bit of emotions you can have in a playoff series. somebody wants to smoke you out
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or you lose. it's not about letting your emotions get the best of you. they should. it is the playoffs, you're plain for all of the marbles. >> you lose a game like game to, feel like you should've gotten another one, it changes the five, but you have to remember where we are in the series. chris: coverage begins at 5:00, tip-off just after 5:30. the game immediately follows. joellen bede making his return to the -- joel embiid making a return. a nice move for the slam. sixers by 14. 21 points in the second half, and emiid will ice it late. he is dangerous. sixers win by 20. miami still leaves the series.
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the 140th running of the kentucky derby is tomorrow. two horses were formally trained by someone who was suspended so it should be interesting to see how the crowd reacts. the a's have had their first windlass home stand 1966. zach logo making a big league start and it looks like the entire family is there. he allowed the first two men to reach a base but then settled down. second inning, josé maranda deep off low for his first career homer. yes, he is the cousin of lin-manuel maranda. look at the outfielder, runs
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this down and makes a great catch in center field. that will end the inning. last check, it is 2-1 twins in the sixth. happy 91st birthday, willie mays. he is baseball's oldest living hall of famer. his credentials are countless, 24 time all-star, member of the 3000 hit club, 660 home runs and helped the giants to the 1954 title. sports on abc 7 is sponsored by united way bay area. happy birthday to willie mays, buster posey day tomorrow. if you're trying to get to china basin and mission rock, go now because working will already be messed up. larry: start walking. karina: now. you will have a busy day tomorrow. chris: should be fun. larry, brass knuckles for after the game. larry: you've got to be ready for the grizzlies. thank you. karina: coming up at 8:00, shark
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tank -- coming up, news at 8:00 and then shark tank. then the news at 11:00. larry: for all of us here at abc7news, have a good night and we will see you again at 11:00. happy mother's day.
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♪♪♪ from the alex trebek stage at sony pictures studios, this is "jeopardy!" introducing today's contestants-- a digital marketing manager from peachtree corners, georgia... a senior operations manager originally from thornton, illinois... and our returning champion-- a tutor from toronto, ontario, canada... ...whose 23-day cash winnings total... [ applause ] and now hosting "jeopardy!"-- ken jennings. [ applause ] thank you, johnny. welcome, everyone. our 23-year-old champion, mattea roach, is now a 23-day "jeopardy!" winner
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after pulling off a thrilling come-from-behind victory in final jeopardy!, surprising no one more than mattea herself. she was so sure her number was up that she even wrote down the words "if this is it, i had fun!" alongside her correct response of "citizen kane" in final jeopardy! well, it might have been fun, but it certainly wasn't "it," and you're back again today to defend as champion against betsy and danielle. good luck to all three of you. let's see what awaits us in today's game. here are the categories in the jeopardy! round. we begin with... then we have... that's what we need. and finally... champ, where do you wanna start? let's go ethnic groups for $200. - mattea. - what is chicano? - yes. - ethnic groups, $400.


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