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rights activists planning mother's day protests across the country some protesters say they are planning to show up outside catholic churches. good morning everybody. it's sunday may 8th. i'm liz scored. thanks for joining us and happy mother's day to all of you and all you moms out there and happy mother's day to you as well. that good morning. thanks you liz. good morning to you. happy mother's day. we're looking at a cool breezy unseasonably late season storm head. our way it's just going to be a few showers when it reaches the bay area, but they're on live doppler 7 you can see there's rain there's a lot of cold air and wind mount tam upper 30s right now with winds over 40 miles an hour. it is in the upper 40s to near 50 in san jose pretty view there of sutro where it is going to be another windy day across the bay area low 40s and petaluma. the winds are already building over in oakland san mateo the bay shore and you can see about 10 to 15 miles an hour but through novato and down along the peninsula.
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we've had higher gus and they will continue to get stronger throughout the day. to 7 degrees cooler and for mother's day today grab the jacket, maybe even an umbrella if you're out early in the north bay. otherwise a mix of clouds. son gusty with pretty cool temperatures today liz. all right, lisa. thank you today abortion. porters are planning to hold more rallies across the country to defend a woman's right to choose yesterday a protest in march was held in downtown, san francisco. it was organized by the group party for socialism and liberalization participants. say the leaked supreme court memo about overturning roe v wade jeopardizes basic rights and then at an event in southern california marchers said, they won't stop fighting to protect. rights, our message is people have to get in the streets right now. if you do not want to go back to the days of back alley abortions if you do not want to live in a world of female enslavement,
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then you have to get in the streets and you have to fight. more protests are planned for today on this mother's day in san jose. there is a defend row protest at san jose city hall that starts at 11:00 this morning in berkeley the raging granny's action league is hosting a procession. they'll be gathering at the intersection. alston way and martin luther king jr. way at 145 near the bay area book fair. and those planned abortion rights demonstrations are causing concern for the oakland catholic diocese abc 7 news has learned that the diocese sent notice to parishioners telling them to prepare for possible disruptions to services the group. we just mentioned the raging grannies action league responded saying now more than ever women's voices need to be heard. they said that they have no plans to disrupt church services and that their protests should be peaceful. also coming up on this week as democrats pushed to codify the right to abortion martha raditz interviews. senator. amy klobuchar on the party's path forward if the supreme court court does overturn roe v wade,
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you can watch the full interview on this week with george stephanopoulos ate this morning right here on abc 7. mother's day can be a difficult day for is to indulge in saint anthony's foundation in san francisco is making sure all mothers are celebrated all weekend long. it's having a free clothing program for mother's experiencing hard times or homelessness. the program is set up a boutique-like store for mothers to go and browse freely donations of are from the community and also large chain clothing stores moms are the backbones of families often and they hold it together and when you're facing adversity possibly homelessness, sometimes it's just nice. be simply treated as a human being with dignity. mothers attending the event will be given a free bouquet of flowers to commemorate the holiday saint anthony's is the largest free clothing program in san francisco. it serves 10,000 people a year. and today is the day that is really all about moms. and a lot of people are expected to celebrate the mother figure
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in their life yesterday last minute shoppers flock to bay area flower shops in the hopes of getting something special for mom abc 7 news reporters act pointez reports. there's an entire list of things to get moms from others day. one thing that remains a forever staple this time of year is flowers, which makes for a big boost in revenue for local businesses who sell them to be honest with you is the most important weekend of the year. even more important than valentine's day and many people in san francisco rushing to local flower shops like this one. cup of bouquet or two. just getting some flowers for my mom and my son's mom, you know, just doing a mother's day thing trying to keep everything going, you know, it's all about love. god i love the creators shoppers like jeremiah mims buying gifts from multiple mothers are exactly what makes this such a big weekend for flower shop owners like fred tobar one person already four five weeks. for tomorrow for neighbor for
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somebody that know nice to you flowers. is different than valentine's day valentine's day every person buys only one. but a mother's day is multiple and experts say people are willing to spend the extra cash for multiple bouquets and more this year the national retail federation says consumers are planning to spend $25 more on mother's day purchases adding up to a record average of more than 245 dollars an extra $25 shoppers think is worth it. that was zac fuentes reporting one thing leading to the higher costs. this year is inflation the floor shop owner. we saw says inflation has hit his shop and is purchasing prices. supply just isn't matching the demand. however, he does say that this mother's day. did not pass that cost on to his. summers health officials in santa cruz county are urging people to take precautions in protecting mom on this mother's day. they're advising people mask up to avoid the spread of covid. they also recommend to stay home if you're sick be up to date on
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your vaccinations and keep windows and doors open during according to metrics from the cdc santa cruz county is one of three counties in california advancing into the moderate level of covid risk. and we're following developing news now out of concord that is where please confirm that they are investigating a shooting that happened outside the sunnyvale mall. they say it happened in the parking lot on contra costa boulevard. luckily. there are no reports of any injuries at this time. okay, the warriors now two wins away from advancing to the western. prince finals after the doves blew out the grizzlies in the series first game at chase center last night the warriors came out. i'm not sure if we have video of this but they came out on fire in the third quarter after leading by seven points at halftime. steph curry and klay thompson both had huge nights with a combined 51 points jordan pool added 27 points. the warriors beat the grizzlies 142 to 112 the devs now leave the series to games to one.
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we have an interesting team, you know. very talented and we can be erratic a little bit. i thought we were erratic in the first half, but it was coming from a good place. we were just playing so hard but trying too hard and the second half. we really settled down. we only had three turnovers moved the ball beautifully got a lot of great shots, you know, i'm a strong minded personnel never let five for 20 game determine how i played the next game and i'm not a bounce back as well. so i was just proud of myself being. in the night, but i'm not satisfied. i want to play a great monday come out with the win tonight. we moved chris arboret grizzlies in game tomorrow at 7pm at chase center the warriors weren't the only big sporting event in town this weekend just over a mile away at oracle park. it was buster posey day. and for the first time since he retired fans were able to participate in the public celebration of one of their
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favorite players abc 7 news reporter. ryan curry has the highlights of the ceremony. under a gorgeous sunny day at oracle park. the stands were full of 28 jerseys all to honor one of the cornerstones of the franchise buster posey. they don't need a ring at a ceremony honoring the longtime giant dozens of former players coaches and team executives gathered to honor the catcher. help the giants win three world series. i'd love to game for my whole life. so just really grateful to have been honored with this day from teammates and coaches and the fans and family and friends of very special posey spent over a decade wearing orange and black and those were the only colors he would wear throughout his whole career that type of dedication is what made him a fan favorite. he was a great play caller. he was able to call good games. he was a great defensively throwing guys out. second and he was a rock. he was what you could build a team around and they did that
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for, you know, ten years the deep playoff runs the championships and the fan support made posey say it was tough to walk away from the game. i miss the relationships. i mentioned mentioned that i miss spending time with the guys but on the flip side of it. i'm getting to spend more of that time with my family, but even in retirement his celebration day would not be complete without one last buster hug. i didn't realize when i was first draft, but it didn't take me long to realize especially was to be a san francisco giant and i did my best to never take that for granted in san francisco ryan curry abc 7 news. and lisa the weather this week and kind of goes back and forth windy hot cole. come all over the mat. yes, you know you're protected from the wind. is warm, but we're gonna have more clouds today and more wind and then isolated chance of a shower. so best chances in the north bay. everyone gets the wind and cool temperatures. i'll have a detailed look with my accuweather 7-day forecast coming up.
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tomorrow celebrating nazi germany's defeat 77 years ago president. zelenski is also urging people to heat air raid warnings abc news reporter corina mitchell has more as russia gets ready to celebrate victory day on monday the day soviet forces defeated naz. germany russian forces are intensifying their attacks in ukraine these images posted by ukrainian government officials show a school in mohansk. they say was bombed my russian forces 90 people were taking shelter there 30 people were rescued saturday rescue efforts are resuming today six missiles struck the port city of odessa on saturday. ukraine's military command said form rockets hit a furniture factory in a a residential area cia director william burns with warning about russian president vladimir putin's new offensive. he's done a frame of mind in which he doesn't believe he can afford to lose meantime, the ukrainians are fighting back. they release dramatic new video. they say shows drone strikes
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destroying a russian ship in the black sea also pushing the russians further back from the car key region in the northeast and south in mariopal ukrainian officials. say all women children and elderly civilians have made. of the asf style steel plant nearly six million people have fled ukraine since february 1st lady jill biden meeting with some of them while in romania. and heartbreaking the little girl that said her wish was to be with her daddy and then another said my wishes to go home. i mean you could see if those children really have suffered karina mitchell abc news, new york. if you want to help the people in ukraine, we have put together a list of verified groups and resources you can find. at abc 7 news com slash take action. right new details on that deadly plane crash from the marine. events jesuit high school in sacramento identified one of the two victims as jennifer fox they
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say she is the mother of one of their students and this comes as the ntsb investigates. what caused the crash here's abc 7 news reporter cornell bernard with the details. i didn't even know about australia truth. i was coming up the hill and saw the plane sticking into the side and new immediately was bad news cyclists in the marin headlands were taking in views of the golden gate, but this hillside plane crash. stop many in their tracks. yeah, it's really sad. it looks like straight out of a movie national transportation safety board investigators were examining the chart records of the plane where a pilot and passenger died officials. say the experimental single engine vans rv-10 aircraft crashed on this ridge top around noon friday, so we know that the airplane took off from sacramento investigators say the planes destination was unknown an emergency beacon help first responders locate the wreckage at the time of crash, there was heavy fog in the area. it was a pea soup fog friday
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afternoon investigators have not determined if weather was a factor in the crash, but confirmed the pilot was using vfr visual flight rules not instrument flight rules to navigate. they are typically used in bad weather. i know there was fog in the area. however, we will gather all that information all the meteorological information and and assess all that and see how the airplane interacted with that type of environment. and that's cornell bernard reporting. the plane wreckage will be moved today according to investigators. the wreckage is headed to sacramento for further analysis, and it might be a while before the cause of the crash is known. suspected arsonist was arrested for allegedly sparking eight fires. heard early yesterday morning eight fires were spotted by chp on port chicago highway concord bart station highway 242 and highway 4 an individual was arrested and was turned over to the concord. fire investigation unit authorities are not releasing the individuals identity at this
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time and lisa. let's go checkt now talking about that. wind it's been windy this weekend, and we're also tracking some rain. that's right. some isolated showers is a cold front most sweep through the bay area. is going to fall apart as it does and it's going to bring a good amount of wind once again, and we still have that cool air in place as we start the work week. so some unusual weather unseasonable for the next couple of days, but by the end of the week, it's going to be above average live doppler 7 with the front well to the north and as we look at this beautiful shop for mount tam you can see how breezy it is with the winds over 45 miles an hour and temperatures here in the upper. 30s the low 30s for mount diablo it is 49 in san francisco. good morning to oakland 51. it is 50 in san jose and as we look at our sutro. camera, it's clear. no clouds yet and the winds are beginning to build across the bay and on the peninsulas 44 in livermore 48 in napa.
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and so that is colder with those temperatures dropping into the 40s through santa rosa and petaluma were almost at around 40 and the next few nights the overnight lows so cold that we can see some patchy frost in the valleys with numbers in the protective valleys dropping perhaps into the upper 30s as we look at the winds you can see from san mateo to novato the pretty breezy right now and from vollmer peak look how gusty it is. i said before a 31 degrees here. so if you're out for a hike a bike ride, you'll notice how cold it is that cold air stays in place for not only today but monday and tuesday and with another week system and some instability we could see a few more showers here and there mainly dotting the higher elevations come tomorrow and tuesday, but today there's that cold front. this is nine o'clock. if you're out and about could get your head wet there and is it slides south? falls apart still some isolated showers east bay peninsula,
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really? not too much maybe a couple hundreds, but as we get into the higher elevations in that cold air continues to stream on in we certainly could see a more showers there favoring the north bay up towards lake county. here's a look at the rainfall estimates. maybe one one hundredth in hayward the hills over that way could see a little bit as well as mount diablo and then up to the north a little bit more from santa rosa to clear lake perhaps at 10th of an inch. here is the and where it builds to about 30 miles an hour 10 o'clock and it continues to gusts 35 to 45 miles an hour throughout the day today. so very gusty. it's all and we'll see partly cloudy skies along the west slopes of the sierra, nevada. here's where we have our weather advisory from 11 o'clock this morning to 11 o'clock tonight four to eight inches of snow. so slick roadways and the all well, not only that but the winds up to 55. an hour here could impact travel three to five inches from south lake to kirkwood. so not bad for me right highs
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with the wind only in the low to mid 50s from half moon bay to pacifica about 59 in san rafael 58 in fremont with a few low 60s. yeah, you gotta go all the way out towards antioch in san jose to warm up to the low 60s the accuweather seven day forecast. so we're windy scattered showers partly cloudy throughout the day for mother's day level one system. it's breezy. shower chances linger for monday tuesday. we're cool wednesday. we begin to see slightly warmer temperatures inland, but it's really thursday and friday where we see numbers around average and then look at the weekend. it looks kind of hot list. i know real 90. wow. all right lisa. thanks words of gratitude from the family of the late south bay politician icon, norm minetta on saturday friends family and community members joined in a heartfelt zoom memorial organized by the nonprofit apia vote the audience shared wonderful. memories about secretary minetta who rose from the san jose mayor's office to serving on the cabinets. two american presidents his son. david had a message for
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everyone. but no our community is fundamentally stronger for the love you gave him. and he gave us back. it is not hyperbole to say the imprint on the collective american experience is fundamentally different because of it it is what we know. basic truth in the very large extended family of norman y minetta and his dad would always say thanks a millie. secretary minetta died tuesday, he was years old elon musk has big plans for twitter and his future revenue. the entrepreneur says he wants to boost the social media platforms annual revenue to more than 26 billion dollars by the year 2028 the new york times reports that that would be a jump from five billion dollars last year most closed on a deal to buy twitter last month for 44 billion dollars in cash the billionaires promised to re-energize the company and to facilitate more free speech.
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francisco's richest families will auction hundreds of prize artworks and paintings from their private collectio by t royal family7 ns weather ak about what? did this extraordinary sale and it's a story you'll only see here on abc 7. going inside the home of gordon getty is a treat unlike any other the 1913 mansion and pacific heights has spectacular views of the palace of fine arts and the bay inside the homeless exquisitely decorated many of
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the items like this george the second. role and chairs date back to 18th century england paul gordon managed the family fortune. he inherited from his father oil. tycoon j. paul getty his wife and traveled the world to acquire fine art. furniture to decorate their california homes and passed away two years ago and gordon who is now 88 years old wants others to enjoy the spectacular beauty of these timeless pieces. there's no reason me having all that stuff. it seems to me they belong either museums the others was at least least goes to those who prize them. i know what they are and see that they are passed again to understanding hands. acquiringemkable ar is notw to . his collection of artwork. gordon. getty is taking a different approach proceeds from the auction will go to the ann and gordon getty foundation for the arts which will provide grants to groups in the arts education and sciences is everything going
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to be sold about everything salable you want to be so this i think i don't think i reserved that are in a thing for sentimental reasons. and getty didn't have just a collector's eye. she had a vision this photo from 1979 shows the intricate decorations. it's totally original. i think it's probably the most important interior in the 20th century in america. and get a used objects. she acquired to tell stories and create patterns one of the centerpieces of the home was this 18th century painting by canaletto a similar painting is part of the royal collection in windsor castle the way in which things talk to each other the sheer joy of the objects sitting next to each other having their little chats. this is the work of a really original mind. those marvelously decorated rooms have now been left bare christies will auction about 1200 pieces that adorn. get his home.
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they include this colorful painting of a chinese vase by unri matisse. it was one of anne getty's favorite works who's at the top of the staircase mr. mrs. getty would go past it two or three times a day on their way up their bedroom on the way downstairs. in the morning, christie's photographed the home in det. where the auction the images will be viewable online. i can't promise complete reproduction of the house. that would be impossible, but i can offer a good semblance of what it was like to be there and to a really appreciated the genius of the eye of angetti. the collection is expected to generate 180 million dollars. the money will go to several organizations including the university of san francisco the san francisco symphony. francisco opera and the san francisco conservatory of music. i can't remember when i wasn't composing getty's heart has always been in music despite being the richest person in the united states in the 1980s. he has always pursued his
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lifelong passion for music. he earned a degree from the san francisco conservatory of music and he has written several operas and composed many coral and piano works my wife had this gift for for the visual arts and me an interest whether or not a gift in the arts if i've been born into rags instead of riches i would still be a composer and still be a poet. you actually do have a genuine. are to make the world a better place. well the pockets of gordon getty have plenty in them and okay to die. rich, but you must leave a little to your family if they need it. leave what they need. but then it should go to humanity. in san francisco spencer christian abc 7 news and the ann and gordon getty collection will be auctioned in october pretty amazing work. wow. all right stick with us. we'll be right back.
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>> this is abc 7 news. >> thanks for joining us on this half-hour and happy mother's day. some rain we are tracking this mother's day. >> good morning to all, happy mother's day as we look at our camera. very gusty wind not only the surface we are building, 51 oakland. 50 in san jose. gorgeous view of the bridge, another blustery day out there. that's chilly, 43. here the winds, not that big of a deal. those higher gusts in nevada will continue and by the afternoon things may be blowing around. five to six degrees cooler starting out. temperatures 15 degrees below where we should be for this time
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of year. some showers and snow. spotty showers 10:00 across the bay area. still with a chance of showers. >> new developments on a hotel explosion in havana, cuba. authorities from the red cross sing 32 people were killed and 92 -- remain missing. the officials say it is said to be caused by a gas leak. in the southbay a task force is turning to the community for answers on how to stop the leading cause of death on the streets of san jose. traffic related for tallies are happening in the city. the city's group held a town hall to hear out ideas on how to make streets safer for pedestrians and cyclists.
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>> it's actually the number one factor why people are dying in the city. it's traffic related collisions and so that matters to all of us. >> 32 people have died on san jose streets. 18 of those victims have been pedestrians. a special ceremony was held on jfk drive becoming car free permanently. [applause] >> the san francisco mayor signed the legislation months in the making. the ceremony was h in the san francisco board of supervisors spent 11 hours in intense debate discussing this during the covid pandemic, jfk -- it became a place for residents to exercise safely. awarding to parent some
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health-care providers to be on alert because of a rare and mysterious hepatitis outbreak. at least 109 cases have been reported nationally in the last seven months including some in california. five children who are sickened have died. the causes under investigation. >> i think this cluster of cases is very concerning. we don't have all the data to make an informed decision. >> parents should look for symptoms, fatigue, vomiting and diarrhea. including jaundice, yellowing of the skin and eyes and dark er in. there's an alarming prediction about covid. tens of millions of americans could be infected by the end of the year. and knee surgery would be far
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different than what we saw before. >> a fall and winter surge heard the protection from a senior administration official calling this one of many possible scenarios. it -- the white house is pushing congress to pass more than 22 billion dollars in covid relief funding. ark of the consequences are catastrophic if we don't get funding. we won't have vaccinations for people, we are knocking to have testing. >> police 37 states are seeing an increase in hospitalizations bred in new york city the transmission rate is up in 10 days. the city's mayor considering a return to vaccine and mask mandates. >> if we switch to the next level we will take those actions based on that but we are not there yet. >> this may just be part of the cook -- be part of the new normal.
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>> health officials in china as of the number of daily new covid cases there is declining. advanced placement exams for thousands of high school students have been canceled amid covid restrictions. these exams have many students gain -- in the u.s. and europe. >> still ahead, the new sequel from marvel studios highlighting the master of domestic arts is out now. we look at the reaction from some of the actors. beautiful views this mother's day is the sun starts to come up. we will check in with lisa when we come back. the sleep number 360 smart bed is on sale now.
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meantime, a sherpa has scaled mount everest for a record amount of times. the 52-year-old climbed to the more than 29,000 foot mountain yesterday. he led 10 other climbers it everest has been climbed 10,657 times since it -- since it was first scaled in 1953. "dr. strange andy -- in the multi-verse of madness" is now in theaters. sandy was there at the premiere. >> give marvel fans a movie called "dr. strange in the multi-verse of madness" and the true believers will know what to expect. but the rest of us may be wondering what is a multi-verse? >> imagine there is a reality dissimilar, very similar, not at
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all similar to this one happening in parallel to this. >> benedict cumberbatch appeared on "live with kelly and ryan" this week as part of a bulbul is city blitz that brought them to a premier. the star had a crucial role in the most recent spider-man movie which grossed almost $2 billion and got credit for drawing people back to the movie theaters again. >> i think this is a continuation and these are films that are made to be seen in an exhibition space, in a cinema to have a communal experience. >> the new movie is a showcase for the talents of elizabeth olson whose coming off the hit disney plus series "wandavisio n." >> it was great to player as this confident woman with this clarity and empowered by being this mythic woman, the scarlet witch. i get to milk it a lot in this
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film. >> did you ever expect to have this kind of career coming out of nyu? >> no. [laughter] i thought it would be doing a lot more theater and occasional independent films. >> it was an independent film she made a stunning debut, "martha marcy may marlene" showed her potential, the kind of talent very few possess. talent that this marvel movie worth watching. >> i hope it gets people to be entertained and scared and go for a ride. >> abc 7 news. >> disney is the parent company of both marvel and abc 7. lisa do you have any favorite mother's day traditions? >> not to do laundry, that's always good. [laughter] i do like to cook.
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we try to enjoy the windy cool day because despite the cool than average weather, it's a sunny -- it is a sunny start to the day. look at that from our camera. going from 10 to 20 miles per hour right now but continuing to get quite dusty, we add in some showers in the deal here is that it's not just a one-day event. we are talking several days of cool and breezy conditions. >> thank you. also next, an offensive explosion. the dubs take a lead over the series -- grizzlies in the series.
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under district attorney gascón, i prosecuted car break-ins. all repeat offenders, often
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in organized crime rings. but when chesa boudin took office, he dissolved the unit and stopped me from collaborating with the police on my cases. now home and car break-ins are on the rise because repeat offenders know they can get away with it. chesa boudin is failing to do his job. there's a better way to keep san francisco safe. recall chesa boudin now. >> here's a live look. you can see the flag blowing in the wind. it has been a breezy weekend. the a's will try to snap a
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losing streak. they take on the minnesota twins for first pitch. the giants will try to get a split of their four-game series against the cardinals. tomorrow night the warriors and the memphis grizzlies will play game four of their playoff series. they finally found their offensive rhythm. here is chris alvarez with the highlights in the morning sports. >> this series has shifted. the dubs got some home cooking on warriors grounds. feeling the second quarter there. great moves. hoop and the foul. really turning it on later. here is the three right before the half. grizzlies down seven at the break with the warriors came out firing after halftime playing
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for free. -- playing for three. quick replay, watch this play. the footwork, stops and delays in. and then jordan poole throws it down. fired up but a possible series changing moment. moran hurting his knee right there. after he -- after the game he tweeted broke the code. >> there's nothing malicious about what jordan did. in comparison to what dylan did, nothing in that vein. all the rest of it in terms of the conversation right now. >> it was a tough play. you don't want to see anyone go
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down, you don't want to see the other team's best player go down. so much respect to him. >> giant said cardinals how cool is that. bottom one, bases-loaded. that is a grand slam. collecting six rbis, a bottom of the second. this has to feel good. 400 feet, his first of the year. still in the second, darin ruf also trying to break out his first of the year. a's and twins facing sonny gray. take a look again, quick thinking for sonny gray.
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it made one mistake and it was the very last pitch of the day. 1-0 that swing. christian strikes output oakland has now lost eight straight games. >> let's get a check of the forecast. already quite windy. >> the best chance of rain coming in from 9:00 through noon time. there's the front so it looks impressive. we will see a piece of this energy visit us throughout the late morning hours, look how shaky. temperatures in the upper 30's. winds over 40 miles per hour, it's 49 and the city. 48 on the coast. it's 50 in san jose.
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very visibility -- getting windier throughout the day. 46 in fairfield. as well as livermore. anywhere from about five to seven degrees colder and this trend continues today. monday into tuesday. i will show that to you in just a moment. san francisco, nevada on the peninsula here winds are up to the east bay. chili this morning getting dusty some light showers today and low average. at about 8:00 or 9:00 stopping here. as we go to the 10:00 hour we could see some showers from the east bay and right through 11:00, noon time anywhere from
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the east bay to the southbay, a brief shower and that it is over the wind will pick up. not done with the spotty showers. where that front sits for a while. that rains like to accumulate. elsewhere just a little bit of splash for you and as the winds get going with that front, it just gets windier through the afternoon. 30 to 35 mile per wind. temperatures may be in the low 60's and in the overnight hours, kind of breezy that will help keep the temperatures up but overall numbers will drop off as well. under this cooler pool of air. that creates a more unstable environment. we could see more showers in the
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higher elevations. west slope of the sierra nevada. winter weather advisory with four to eight inches here in the wins 20 or 30 miles per hour gusting to 55, pretty slick roadways and some tough travel through the mountains. and we notice we have activity through the north bay. this is a 3:00 snapshot. this is after the front moves through and so the uncool stable air. 61 in san jose. the system today, windy and pretty cool out there. mainly in the first part of the day, a breezy, higher elevation shower chances continue for monday. slight chance tuesday but it's still chilly. it's wednesday. thursday we get into some 70's about the upcoming weekend, more
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of this. >> this is national nurses week and a nurse in fremont's inspiring family to follow in her footsteps. christina is a nurse at kaiser permanente. she was diagnosed with breast cancer. ake care of her. she isr free and all three of her kids are becoming nurses. catherine is a nursing student and charles is studying nursing. >> with everyone's support and love i got through it. they taught me life is precious and to treasure every moment that your family is there and they will be there for you. >> seeing my mom be there for someone else and seeing what i can do for her really translates into how i can piece -- be of service to my community. >> national nurses week is may 6
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mission. crew have to replace the power cables but three line service be available -- will be in because of the work. a group of girls learning of the power of perseverance in pursuing their dreams. congresswoman jackie spear held her annual when i grow up event. the goal is to encourage and inspire elementary and middle school girls to live up to their full potential and here you can see them there, a panel of trailblazing women during the event including the first black superior court judge and santa clara counties history. an infectious disease specialist, the san francisco mayor and our own own abc 7 news anchor kristen sze. lisa one final check of the forecast. >> happy mother's day.
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more cool and breezy today. you'll notice the green on the screen, some scattered showers and storms through the day. the wind kicking up with upper 50's across the bay in oakland. 61 at best in san jose and as we look at the timeline for rain, anywhere from 9:00 in the morning to the north bay to noon time peninsula in the southbay paid breezy with a chance of showers. tuesday still cool and by wednesday we are trying to warm up. much warmer. >> thank you all for joining us on the abc seven mornings. happy mother's day to all of you, hope you're having a relaxing start to this holiday, we are thinking of all of you. good morning america is next, have a great and safe day. ♪
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