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despite a case of covid that took out the coach. >> >> no resemblance of a worri's
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a basketball but golden state pulls it out of the game for the series with interim head coach mike brown coming up. >> another highway shooting and this time a seven-year-old is shot and taken to this hospital. i will tell you what we know. >> why some people who are vaccinated and double boosted getting covid. a temporary mask mandates. health experts weigh in on the change. >> how long before a big shift in weather pattern. abc 7 news at 11:00 begins now. >> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news.
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>> [cheering] >> a hard-fought win for the warriors despite a coaching change due to covid. good evening i am dan ashley. ama: and i am ama daetz. dan: larry beil is here with more on a hard form game. larry, you are at chase center. larry: the vibe was off tonight and steve kerr had been wearing a mask in interviews for the past few days. now we know why. he tested positive for covid-19. assistant head coach michael brown took over for him. the warriors played like kings for most of the night. and steph curry scored 18 of his
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32 on the fourth quarter. the warriors didn't leave this game until the final 45 seconds. draymond green blocks jaren jackson junior to seal the deal, warriors somehow pull it out to take a 3-1 series lead. let's head -- here from the interim head coach. >> sometimes it is grimy and sometimes it is gritty. our guys found a way so i am so proud of them. we have our leader in steve that had been out with covid right before the game. larry: no idea when steve kerr will return and a concern for the warriors has to be the close contact kerr has had with players the last few days. we will have more warriors coverage plus giants next leaders in sports. dan: a seven-year-old child and a passenger in a car wounded by gunfire on interstate 80.
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it happened in the evening commute in the area of alamo drive. j.r. stone has new details about the child's injuries? j.r.: bullet holes along the side of this honda accord, minutes after a gunman opened fire. officers with the california highway patrol say drius aer 4:e evening commute underway. of those bullets, at least one struck a child. scanner traffic that was confirmed hours later with chp saying that the child will recover. >> there is one single call and it looks like the victim was shot. j.r.: the child being taken to northbay medical center in fairfield, we witnessed this
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chopper taking the child to the hospitals in oakland. a chp officer by their side before the flight took off. the officers will not confirm if the shooting victim was one airlifted to oakland. chp shutdown eastbound lanes of i-80 as they searched ford's shell casings. meanwhile the traffic standstill was a long one along i-80 with no descriptions, and no arrests were made. another challenging highway shooting case for the chp due to the lack of info. they are hopeful that anyone with information in this case come forward, calling the chp tip line or 911. j.r. stone, abc 7 news. ama: federal data says nearly 2400 virus positive americans are being admitted to hospitals daily. that is up 17% this week. a study found that a fourth dose
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of the covid vaccine could give people higher immunity than the initial booster. scientist at rutgers university have developed a lab test to detect the virus and terman -- determine which variant you have. changes -- chances are you or someone you know has tested positive for the latest omicron subvariant. this happened to dr. bob walked her whose wife was boosted and contracted covid. even if you are double boosted, you can still get infected. reporter: the highly contagious omicron subvariant accounts for roughly 37% of new covid cases nationwide. >> this is now the most transmissible subvariant we have a. -- we have of all.
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reporter: ucsf and frederick's -- infectious disease expert dr. monica gandhi says that even if you do everything right, it could still infect you. >> there are 32 mutations across the spike protein that omicron has. antibodies, which is this defense right here, do not work as well, but your deep defense in the lungs and your ability to still protect yourself from severe disease, the vaccine still works. reporter: dr. bob tweeted that his wife katie hafner tested positive for covid-19 after attending a conference. she is vaccinated and double boosted. >> i don't feel great but i have a massive headache. reporter: getting answers and
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the couple shared why it was impossible -- important to not let your guard down, even if a household member is infected. >> people assume that if one house member has it, everyone has it, and that is not right. the household attack rages 40% -- rate is 40%. reporter: the doctor continues to test negative and his wife is expected to recover in the coming days. in the newsroom, luz pena, abc 7 news. dan: and the south bay reinstating a mask mandates. concern over the rise of covid-19 cases is bringing back masking requirements for workers in san jose. how long this is expected to last. reporter: masks are going back on indoors for more than 7000 employees with the city of san jose. the city reinstated its employee mask mandate on friday for two
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weeks. demetri, the county deputy manager, says it is due to the recent covid-19 surge. >> we continue to provide vital services to our residents. reporter: the covid dashboard showed the covid rolling average at 552 new infections compared to 140 cases at a low point in march. dr. jorge says that what we do now should not be about panicking, but rather taking personal responsibility. >> we know that masks work, vaccines work, good ventilation works. we just need to implement it. reporter: on the county level, public health officials say they are not expecting to make any changes to masking. masks are still required in all county buildings. >> if you can avoid, i would
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recommend as a doctor for you to avoid it. reporter: in san jose, i am amanda. dan: we saw sun and hail today is in the bay area. pretty strange this time in may. abc 7 news meteorologist sandy patel is explaining why we are not done yet. sandhya: that is right. keep your umbrellas handy and watch out for hail. there is a trough digging and on the california coast and that is responsible for what we saw today. it will continue to dive southward and as it does we will continue to see the possibility tomorrow. we have isolated showers showing up around highway one as you will notice. that is how it is going to stay tonight but tomorrow morning could see more activity. 5:00 the commute time, you're looking at scattered showers and
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possibly higher elevation snow for hamilton at 10:00 a.m.. i want to show you the latest, painting the possibility of thunderstorms across the northern part of our viewing area which includes the potential for hail. i will be back with the rest of the hourly forecast coming up. ama: two peoples in santa rosa face charges connected with their toddler's death. >> this person obviously made a career out of terrorizing this way. dan: a san francisco business owner talks about being the victim of a serial burglar who almost had all of the charges against them being dismissed. ama: first, what is coming up on jimmy kimmel live. >> thank you. i have been sanitized for your protection you ever talk about doing acting together in something? >> we often talk about that. >>
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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.
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after a 15 month old girl was found unresponsive in santa rosa this morning and unfortunately died in the hospital. investigators found multiple traces of fentanyl in the bedroom. both parents were arrested under federal child cruelty charges. ama: new details in the kidnapping of baby brandon in san jose. he is the three month old boy who was taken from his grandmother last month. an interview with the suspect's employer so -- shows that she
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fabricated lies. she told employer she wasn't able to come into work, saying she had to go to the police department to identify a suspect who broke into her apartment. ramirez also sent him a video to back up her story. >> the day of the kidnapping, she called me up around 1:00 because i usually rotate my employees. i told her she needed to go to the same area. she said her neighbor's baby was recently taken from the side of her home. they went inside her home to steal the baby. ama: ramirez's employer didn't hear back from her after attempting to reach her several times. it wasn't until he turned on the news that he put two and two are. dan: accountability put into question with a known criminal with a repeat history of
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stealing from san francisco receiving a reduced sentence. stephanie sierra investigating why the da dismissed almost all of the charges against him. stephanie: surveillance footage caught nathan picco stealing from the cash register. >> i got a call from the breeze to who was opening up the shop. stephanie: storeowner joshua james says he got away with over $1000. glass was shattered along the sidewalk. james says multiple businesses were hit on his street. what he didn't realize, this burglary was at the end of a crime streak targeting businesses across san francisco. seven businesses hit. >> this person obviously made a career of terrorizing people this way. stephanie: picco was charged
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with burglary and grand theft, but yet 13 charges were dismissed against him. >> a repeat offender at level, , what happens to him after that? stephanie: the da office told the i team that the defendant pled to some but not all of the charges. in this case, he pled guilty to two charges of second-degree burglary. the plea deal says that he will take part in a residential treatment program and be placed on two years probation, despite the fact that the most recent 16 charges were in violation of his recent release on a pending case. >> this is representative of the type of chronic offenders we are dealing with in san francisco. stephanie: brooke jenkins is a former prosecutor who resigned last year. jenkins says she is one of 54
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prosecutors have resigned since chase abu dean assumed office. she says cases like picco's remind her why she left. >> we repeatedly see repeat offenders receive extremely lenient plea deals. >> we have filed more than 10,000 new criminal cases. stephanie: that doesn't toss the outcome of new cases. victims like james want accountability. the da's office has issued stay away orders for restitution and placed picco on electronic monitoring. we will be following what happens. for the i team, stephanie sierra, abc 7 news. ama: the san jose city council getting ready to pass a bill banning ghost guns.
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ghost guns are typically made from kits or on a 3d printer. in february, authorities say they uncovered a ghost gun factory in the glendale area. dan: let's go back and talk about the wild weather we had today. ama: meteorologist sandhya patel is here with us. sandhya: it is one more day of severe weather tomorrow and then it calms down. while there is not activity at this hour, we saw hail earlier today. right now you are seeing a few sprinkles around parts of the north bay and it is not amounting to a lot around highway one. what we did see the last 48 hours, how about nearly a quarter inch of rain in windsor? san jose and treisman, there .2
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inches. certainly more like winter. it is scattered in nature. all roads except for 50 requiring chains. 40's and 50's on those temperatures. the ocean temperatures at 49 when you get the wind blowing off that cold ocean air. it is feeling colder out there, although the winds have dropped off. these are the high temperatures for today. anywhere from four to 15 degrees below average. as we head into saturday, you're going to be seeing places like concord going to 90 and that is a 20 degree warm-up. going to 86 degrees. some are like weather is coming. you can clearly see across the bay. cold overnight and showers tomorrow. much warmer weather towards the end of the week. tomorrow morning at 5:00, watch
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out for wet spots as spotty showers develop. 7:00 a.m., you will notice some pink there and possibly some snowflakes mixing in to places like hamilton. then we get showers developing in the north bay, starting to move towards the east bay. we could see a thunderstorm in there for the afternoon hours, especially as we get the heating from the sun. really spotty in nature, anywhere from nothing to just under a 10th of an inch of rain. freezing cold to the north and a freeze warning for some counties. you're looking at low 20's to low 30's, so protect sensitive plants. grab a jacket and umbrella tomorrow morning before you gold -- go. still on the cold side. below average and breezy for your tuesday. accuweather 7 day forecast,
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spotty showers and isolated thunder possible. dry and much warmer for the weekend. under district attorney gascón, i prosecuted car break-ins. all repeat offenders, often 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.
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camera system that sends video to first responders on the ground. fire officials are calling it a game changer that will help people safe and put out fires fast. ama: time to get to sports. dan: larry beil is here with the victim. larry: the warriors have to put out a fire of their own tonight. they played horribly but somehow found a way to win. not
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both teams looked like they were running in quicksand but the warriors were able to pull this out. it is nice to see a handshake there. closing seconds of the third quarter, desmond bay moves and -- bee sting and feasting did the grizzlies were up 12 in the fourth. finished with 12 points, and that is nine of 37 four deep tyus jones. eight minutes left and stuff transit on. reverse lay-up plus the foul. then the three ball. per a had 18 on the fourth quarter. with 16 seconds left, jackson is putting up a shot blocked by draymond. warriors take the game and leave the series. >> we are too good of a shooting
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team and the times we took care of the ball, we got some fantastic place. i would go to any of our guys at any time. eventually i thought they would go down and i just wished that they would have started going down sooner. >> some days will be ugly as far as our defense, but we were gritty and we held it out. larry: half a mile down the road from chase, the giants and three rbis. giants carlos madame was dealing. pitched six innings and struck out 12. rode on leaves the majors was 53 k's and the giants are victorious. a's taking on the tigers. i have got to chann lthd inningt of the season and dan is now giving the thumbs down. he doesn't want the chain.
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i am ama daetz. dan: and i am dan ashley. from all of us, we apprec from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live." tonight, jessica biel, glen powell, and music from st. paul & the broken bones, with cleto and the cletones. and now, jimmy kimmel! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hello. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you. thanks. very nice. i'm alive. i lived. i survived covid. i was out for last week. hopefully you noticed. i was out for last week. i


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