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pre-pandemic levels. dustin dorsey explains what san jose is doing to cut down on deaths on the road. >> simply walking on the street in san jose can be deadly. 33 people have been killed in city streets after another fatal collision yesterday. it was the 19th pedestrian fatality and the 31st deadly traffic accident of 2022. >> at this time last year, there were 17 collisions resulting in 18 fatalities and three of those being pedestrian deaths. >> last year, san jose tied the all-time death mark in city history. it is not just the south bay or the bay area. >> people all over the nation are trying to figure out what is happening. we have seen this nationwide surge in severe and fatal traffic crashes. >> traffic fatalities reached a 16 year high last year. in 2022 they are projecting the highest number of deaths in two
inanos we saw a 22% increase from 2020 to 2021 and an 80% increase from this year to last. a factor, more people are driving in 2022 than in years past according to the san jose department of transportation. >> when the economy started to open up in the second half of the year, we sell fatalities take up to it looks like the bad behavior people starting to adopt ring lockdown continued when people were on the streets again. >> police will now increase traffic enforcement. the devotees says when police wrote more tickets and were fully staffed, there were fewer fatalities. >> our patrol units who in their free time in addition to taking calls for service are dedicating time to enforce traffic in the areas where there is the most needed. this is in our western and southern division.
>> police and the dot say both drivers and pedestrians need to be more aware of their surroundings. one moment of not pig attention could cost someone their life. -- not paying attention could sought -- could cost someone their life. >> the risk of enduring a wildfire at your home is going to double in the next 30 years. as leslie brinkley explains, the risk is especially troubling in the north bay. >> the first-rate foundation just released a first of its kind analysis for individual properties nationwide creating hundreds of millions of simulations in data on local topography, climate metrics and building footprints. > we focused our metrics on properties specifically and also on term of the mortgage it are goal is to make it meaningful to individuals. we found on average the risk associated with wildfire and the urn probabilities are going to double over the next 30 years as wildfires grow in terms of the area they cover and the intensity of those wildfires are
there going to distribute more members. collects in the bay area come the steepest increase was in marin, napa and sonoma county. people can log on to risk factor.com and input their address to get a fire risk assessment. while taking steps to protect your home will help, the study concluded it takes a real community effort to build a real firewall. one option is to greatly increase the number of controlled burns according to a just released study out of uc irvine. >> the study shows winter and spring are feasible times of the year more prescribed urns should be done in order to help mitigate these extreme wildfires we could see in the future. >> the problem is climate change including low humidity and a radical wind patterns are reducing the number of days a year a prescribed burn could safely be done. >> a fire weather watch has been
posted for part of the bay area this week so let's get to sandhya patel for a first look at the forecast. >> that fire weather watch for solano county starts thursday morning should it runs until friday night. we are expecting a dry northerly wind gusting 35 to 40 miles per hour. that is going to drop the humidity. any firesha develop are going to quicklypr sead. 5:00 thursday evening, you will notice those winds starting to pick up out of the north. they get stronger as we had toyed 11:00 p.m. -- we had to 11:00 p.m. you combine the humidity with the wind and the fire danger is rising should it is in the high to very high category for parts of the northern end of our viewing area. it is a fire weather watch extending not just across solano county but up the central valley for the same time period. part of the sacramento valley is under the highest danger.
i will be back with a complete look of the forecast. >> now to a covid-19 update. the state says daily covid cases have soared to 8400 per day. it is a 100% increase in the last three weeks. the fda has authorized a pfizer biontech vaccine booster shot for children five to 11 years of age and the white house announced households can order it more free at home covert tests. it is intended to boost supplies ahead of possible summer and fall surges. it takes only a minute or two to order those. san franciso mayor london breed dismissed the look of a new mask mandate because of the rising covid infection rates in the city. she spoke with abc7news anchor kristen sze. the mayor says she is reassured infections are not resulting in serious illness. >> even though the numbers are going up, we are not seeing the hospitalizations rates go up to
we are not seeing the death rate go up. the biggest thing we want to do is prevent the loss of life and i think we are doing a good job at that. >> san francisco's covid infection rate is up 10% in the last seven days and it could be higher since many people are doing -- many people are doing self testing. despite the rise in cases, mayor breed says she is meeting with san francisco businesses and encouraging them to bring workers back to the office. >> we're less than a month away from the primary election. in san jose, one of the hottest items is a measure. if it passes, mayoral elections in san jose would be moved to happen the same year as residential elections sac fuentes has more on why supporters say it will increase voter participation. >> dozens of women made up of groups representing latinas came together making a push for a yes vote on measure b. measure hoping to increase voter turnout for san jose mayoral election. >> we encourage constituents to
exercise their god-given and constitutional right to vote. >> starting in 20 24, the election for san jose mayor would be moved to the same year as a presidential election. leaving them free to run for two more terms. >> increase the voter -- the latino vote up by 150%. >> not everyone agrees with the proponents pig the san jose city council voted 10-1 to bring the measure to the ballot. deb davis is listed as the official argument against it. they say moving the mayoral election to a presidential election year will mean mayoral candidates will have to work a lot harder and spend more to campaign. they say local concerns will be lost in the midst of the national election and the focused to increase diverter turnout should be done in other ways.
a majority of san jose residents are in favor of moving mayoral elections. >> nearly 65% of people really want this measure to be passed. >> community leader and former san jose vice blanche alvarado says the work to increase voter turnout cannot stop after the june 7 election. >> we have to connect and engage with the community about the issues of our times directly. not only at election time. >> and oakland group once the city to use cannabis tax revenue to pay reparations to communities affected by the war on drugs. supporters are calling at the emerald new deal. it would redirect revenue from pod sales that goes into the general fund into other programs. these include reentry services, mental health programs and housing assistance. between 1995 and 2015, nearly 80% of people arrested for cannabis use in oakland were black. 15% were latino.
>> families are still dealing with the ripple effect of those arrests and that harm we have endured. >> supporters want the city council to put the emerald new deal on the november ballot. >> abc7news anchor dion lim received one of the most coveted institute -- most coveted invitations, to visit the white house today. she joins us live from washington, d.c. where she attended an a api reception. what an experience. >> that may be an understatement. i am still on cloud nine. i almost did not believe it when i got this invitation on behalf of the president and first lady to attend. it is a surreal experience to be at the white house and have a conversation with the president. i will tell you more about that in a second should take a look at some videos and photos i took at the rose garden. among the 150 people there,
actor daniel o'day kim, cast members of the movie crazy rich asians and congresswoman from new york grace may. elected leaders had to enter a lottery system to be invited. winners from the bay area included san francisco city attorney david to. also there were the people who make up the white initiative on asian-americans and pacific islanders. this group was formed during the biden administration to find ways to economically support and empower the fastest growing population in america. the first lady spoke along with the first asian trade representative and vice president and oakland native kamala harris. the president then spoke of his relationship with the late norman that and ended with this message of strength and resilience. >> the reason we are strong, the reason we are who we are is because we are diverse, with so many talents, so many. i know this group will never
forget it but i am going to spend the rest of my term as long as i am in office the rest of america -- reminding the rest of america they should understand it to. >> more on the conversation i had with the president. i got a little choked up when i told him about the work i do at abc 7 and how it feels like the administration is paying attention. he then took my cell phone and took a selfie. the first one, i noticed there was a big shadow across my face so i asked the president to move his arm and improve the lighting, which he did. i think he took it all in stride. it was such a memorable afternoon. certainly lots of memories i will never forget. to european >> what kind of covert protocols were in place at the white house? >> great question. they were very strict. we were outdoors so certainly that improved conditions. everybody who was in attendance was required to take a covid test morning of. as you can imagine, it was
pretty nerve-racking weeding the 10 minutes because the worst thing would be to get a positive result and not be able to go to the white house. so glad everything turned out the way it did. >> to be an ally to the api community go to abc7news.com/take action. >> next, the push to become a pro-choice sanctuary city. what that would mean if approved. >> the group coming out in defense of geese after a bay area city makes plans to kill hundreds pig the governor looks hundreds pig the governor looks for ways what are you recommending for muscle pain? based on clinical data, i recommend salonpas. agreed...
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>> the oakland city council is getting ready to discuss a proposal to clear oakland is a pro-choice sanctuary city. there was a rally on the steps of the city hall to drum up support for the measure. >> we know just because something is made illegal, that does not mean there is less abortions being had. but we do know history has shown that abortions if a legal combo that would mean more women will die. -- illegal, that would mean more women will die. >> if it passes, the city would provide safe access to women who are seeking to have an abortion and that includes transportation and housing. >> a rally is set to get underway in minutes to protest a plan to control foster city's peace population -- geese population. they are seen by many as a growing problem.
the population has nearly doubled in the past two years. residents say the geese leave poop everywhere. >> we cannot walk here. we cannot sit on grass. it is always dirty. they are always fighting with each other. >> it is not just a problem of cleanliness. foster city says it has found poop bacteria polluting waterways. the city wants to kill the geese to bring their numbers down and then look for other ways to control the population. >> in san jose, a wastewater plant is looking -- is trying to build a wastewater facility. an additional benefit is serving as a magnet for women engineers >>. for 66 years, the sludge generated from homes and businesses has been dried in the sun along the edge of the baby did that is 100 million gallons of wastewater per day. those days are never appeared a
groundbreaking was done today as work begins on a sludge dewatering facility that will be completed in 2025. until then, the sludge will continue to be truck to a nearby landfill site. >> this will change that process and it will use the material for fertilizer or for composting. it will add back to the environment. >> after the facility opens, the operation will free up 750 acres for alternative use. david cohen envisions trails and open space for recreational use. there will be an additional benefit. >> the city will benefit because they are right next door and they get a lot of the odors off of the sludge treatment areas. >> the site is home to burrowing owls whose numbers are declining. because of the positive
environmental impact, the project has had a strong inclusion and diversity aspect, attracting a lot of women engineers. 15 of the 50 engineers are working -- are women. >> it is an awarding -- a rewarding experience. it really feels like you are making a difference. >> the biosolids are too rich in nutrients to be used as fertilizer without processing. the hope is the sludge could be used by farmers and growers in the central valley. >> with california in a historical drought, the state is looking at in the beta ways to -- looking at innovative ways to save water. >> water recycling is about finding new water. not just expecting -- just accepting the scarcity mindset. if there -- if they are successful scaling of this recycling project at the scale they are proposing, there will
never have been a project like this in u.s. history. this >> year's budget includes more than $7 billion to address the drought. emergency regulations take effect next month to take -- to cut back on water usage. > we are warming up around here. >> that will not help our drought situation. >> i don't see any rain under the forecast either so not a good situation. we are going to continue to see the warmth building. today, temperatures ranging from 58 and a half moon bay to 88 in fairfield. it was certainly a warmer day. 76 in san jose. 81 in santa rosa. i want to show you how much warmer we are running. up four degrees in mountain view. up six degrees in santa rosa. the winds on shore blowing from the cooler ocean water. keeping the coast from getting too hot gusting to 38 at sfo.
36 mile per hour in san francisco. getting the cool ocean air. high-pressure building in. tomorrow, expect even warmer weather than what we experienced. showing you some haze in the air. 76 in napa. petaluma, 65. upper 70's to low 80's from concord to fairfield to blue skies from her golden gate bridge. 68, san jose. 55 in half moon bay. a good day to be on the beach. sunny and warmer tomorrow. i didn't fire concerns thursday and friday. the winds tonight remaining gusty. strongest near the coast. tomorrow morning, still breezy at the coast. inland areas are not terribly windy. thursday the concern is the wind erosion starts to switch
direction and that is a drying wind. solano county under the fire weather watch thursday and friday. along the coastline, stronger winds are expected. watch what happens to the humidity values thursday. you start to notice 19%. 14% in fairfield should this combined with the ongoing drought obviously aiken same should any fires that develop are going to quickly spread. 40's, 50's on those temperatures. breezy in the morning. clear skies tomorrow afternoon. 90 in gilroy. 89, los gatos. temperatures well above average on the peninsula. 82 in redwood city. 65 in half moon bay. downtown san francisco, 73 degrees. low 90's from sonoma to napa. 85 in san rafael. 81, oakland.
83, castro valley. 96, fairfield. 92 in concord. warming continues tomorrow. gusty and fire danger for your thursday going into friday. a little cooler with the dry cold front friday. temperatures bouncing right back. low to mid 90's inland early next week. >> for the first time, congress holds a hearing on a potential holds a hearing on a potential threat posed andit's life's most precious commodity, especially when you have metastatic breast cancer. when your time is threatened, it's hard to invest in your future. until now. kisqali is helping women live longer than ever before when taken with an aromatase inhibitor or fulvestrant... in hr+, her2- metastatic breast cancer. kisqali is a pill that's proven to delay disease progression. kisqali can cause lung problems, or an abnormal heartbeat, which can lead to death. it can cause serious skin reactions, liver problems, and low white blood cell counts
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>> for the first time since the 1960's, the topic of ufos was discussed at a capitol hill hearing. >> the wind is 120 miles to the west. >> the military released this 2015 video two years ago showing naval pilots completely stunned by what they were seeing. the questions posed to top defense officials today were based on some very real mysteries. it has raised potential security risks that are too big to ignore. >> the inability to understand objects in our sensitive operating areas is tantamount to an intelligence failure. >> unidentified aerial phenomena re: potential national security threat >>.
deputy director for naval intelligence says they are investigating 400 sightings. he confirmed the military has never fired missiles at a ufo or recovered any non-terrestrial wreckage. >> president biden delivers an emotional speech after meeting with families of mass shooting victims in buffalo. >> the leader of the california militia set to surrender to authorities in the bay area. >> i michael finney with a new twist to a out-of-state corporations wrote an online sports betting plan they call "solutions for the homeless".
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better bay area. moving forward, finding solutions. >> white supremacy is a poison. it really is. >> president biden speaking in buffalo, new york calling on americans to take on the haters and reject the lie of racial replacement. > the president met with the victims families and visited the site where it happened. we are learning more about what officials are calling a detailed premeditated plan of attack. >> presint biden and the first
lady pausing in prayer at a moment of silence in growing memorial outside top supermarket on the east side of buffalo, new york. >> jill and i have come to stand with you and to the families, we have come to grieve with you. >> the president meeting with the families promising this country will stand by them in this time of morning and condemning what he called a racist rampage. >> what happens here is simple, straightforward domestic terrorism. white supremacy is a poison. >> a senior law enforcement source telling abc alleged gunman 18-year-old payton gendron absorbing hate filled social media posts and posting increasingly violent and racist frederick himself in the weeks leading up to saturday's attack. officials say he compiled lengthy documents detailing why and how he planned to carry it out.
>> these hateful philosophies are starting to become mainstream and they took hold in the mind of an 18-year-old who lives three hours from here. he targeted this community. >> the predominately black community reeling over the 10 lives lost when police say he stormed the supermarket armed with an ar-15 assault style rifle livestreaming the whole thing. >> and i watched the video. he shot my mom once. my mom was laying on the ground . he went and reloaded. he shot my mom again. > the massacre renewing calls for greater gun control. >> you can have that hate in your heart and you can sit in your house and from empty's evil thoughts but you cannot act on it unless you have a weapon. the president once again called for assault weapons to be taken off the streets and take action -- and veld to take action.
>> the leader of a northern california militia with ties to the boogaloo movement is said to surrender at santa rita jail on thursday to begin serving a six-month sentence. these are exclusive pictures from the i team of jesse rush of turlock giving federal court in february. he founded a militia that trained and planted to law enforcement. he pleaded guilty to destroying evidence after a member of the grizzlies scouts allegedly killed a security officer at the oakland federal building in santa cruz sheriffs sergeant paired two members of the grizzlies scouts surrendered last week to begin serving their six-month sentences. >> zell's scam as showing up all over california. that is where consumers are tricked by conmen into sending money over the payment app. michael finney has been
reporting on the scam for months. he is in the newsroom with a new way criminals are using this app. there is always a new way it seems. >> we just keep talking about this. this new scam mixes in a couple of old cons, using zell, these ripoffs get you coming and going. esther was trying to sublet her uc irvine apartment when she heard from a potential renter. >> she sent me her id, which establish some form of credibility. >> i started looking on craigslist. i found a listing for a what they called a basement unit should both esther and ralph got taken in and taken advantage of. esther's fake renter built a relationship should >> she told me about herself. she asked me to tell her about myself. she seemed more interested in looking at the apartment. >> she sent esther a check and
shortly thereafter asked for the money back. esther checked and it appeared to have cleared the bank. >> i lost $2905. >> the conmen setting up ralph's and all kinds of paperwork, applications, leases. it looks so legit. >> in total, i paid $1100. that is when the fake landlord disappeared. >> i have heard stories of people getting scammed. at least the fdic's camp of the bank would cover if anything went wrong. >>'s bank did not return his money and esther's money -- esther's bank did not either. >> ralph and esther want you to know once you send money, it is very to get it back. often impossible. we are reaching out to both banks. i will let you know if they come through with refunds. i am not holding my breath. refunds have been scattered at
best. i want to hear from you. send me her stories of buying a home, bongo car. anything that has to do with you and you your money, i want to hr when things went well and when things went not so well. good abc7news.com/7 on your side to share those stories. >> the zell problem is the cart -- the dark side of convenience. >> apple has indefinitely postponed plans to bring workers back to the office for a majority of the week because of rising covid cases. the tech giant had hoped to increase the number of days employees would be back it in the office from two to three days print a memo sent to employees today says that plant has been delayed. apple workers had been appointing that had been reporting to the office two days a week. a new date to decrease -- to increase that to three days has yet to be announced. getting a look inside google's new the view campus at mountain
view. it includes two office buildings , an event center and 240 units to house employees who travel to the campus for short-term work. google says bayview is the new future way of working. the campus uses solar panels and wind farms to power at 90% of the time. employees will start working there in the coming weeks. >> we would like to take a moment to pay tribute to a retired number of the abc owned station family who died on monday. walter liss had a decades long career with abc stations. his work was instrumental in modernizing our stations p his first role was in philadelphia, his hometown. promotions manager for wpb i. he went on to become general manager at kfs and in fresno and wabc in new york. while at wabc, he oversaw development of live with regis and kathy we taking the show international syndication.
he was an extremely good golfer. we had a number of golf conversations. in 1999, he became president of the station group serving in the capacity for 10 years. walter had a passion for local television. he focused on the importance of how we operated and conducted ourselves within our community. walter believed our commitment to the community was our most important responsibility and he guided us in that respect. walter liss was 78 years old. >> a sober living home helping women and children is suddenly on the verge of closing should what will happen to for controller, yvonne yiu. as an executive at top financial firms, yiu managed hundreds of audits. as mayor, yiu saved taxpayes over $55 millio.
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>> in the north bay, it was ventral jewels the abuse treatment program operating for more than 40 years is on the verge of closing. the decision is devastating to the more than 50 women and children who live at the home and have nowhere to go. liz kreutz reports the impending closure took county officials by surprise. >> from within 40 years, athena house in sonoma county has been a safe haven for women and their children facing addiction should
>> i feel safe on this property. >> a beloved substance abuse treatment program or alumni say they got their lives back >> >> you come in when somebody has just gotten to the program and they are lost, empty. and you come back in couple of weeks and see the light and the spark. >> athena house, which currently operates out of the stone house in santa rosa is on the brink of closure. the nonprofit that runs the program says due to rising costs from inflation and challenges from the pandemic they can no longer afford to keep it going. they have decided to shut down the program and have told all the women and children to leave the home by the end of july. >> i was given a phone call and it was devastating. everyone from the property, we had a process group and a lot of them cried. >> many of the women who graduate from athena house to here at this sober living facility hope village, but it is also scheduled to close. the women tell us it is unclear
where they are going to go. sylvie oversees athena house and hope village pit she says the closures impact more than 50 women and children, many of whom could still be homeless. >> because of athena house, i have learned how to live free of drugs, free of alcohol. >> since the announcement, dozens of former alumni have shared videos pleading for the program to stay open. they have started a gofundme and are hoping someone, anyone with money and support will step in to help. officials from the county say they are also disappointed by the closure and are hoping to find a solution to keep it open. >> funding from the federal government, state, private come i don't thicken anybody cares where it comes from. as long as it is there and fast. >> up next, three people are injured including a firefighter and of the south bay.
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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. >> in san jose, three people including a firefighter were injured at an apartment fire this morning on fitch phil avenue.
the cause is under investigation but the fire began in a vacant unit under construction. two people at a firefighter were taken to the hospital. three units sustained significant damage. a cat was also rescued and reunited with its owner. >> let's turn attention back to the heat coming up. >> sandhya patel has the timing pit >> tomorrow you're going to file especially if you are inland. let me show you a beautiful view. santa cruz, the beach today got up to 70 degrees. blue skies as we pan around. good day to be out sailing. winds are a bit choppy. as we head toward the boardwalk, might be a good day to be on the santa cruz beach boardwalk tomorrow, it is going to get warmer. santa cruz, you're expected to hit 79 degrees. we want to make sure you have sunscreen and plenty of water if you're going to the boardwalk high temperatures versus
average. a good 13 degrees above average in napa pit san jose, seneca -- 74 is the average pit 13 degrees above where you should be. air quality is declining should pockets of moderate air quality along the bay shoreline and the haze is evident from our east bay hills camera. good to moderate air quality the next four days. still safe to be outside. live doppler 7 showing you will -- on you the lack of rain should inland highs in the mid 90's along the coast. we will have a nice wide range of temperatures pit thursday, a dip in those temperatures is a dry cold front comes through friday and then temperatures will rise as we hit the weekend and going into next week you will notice numbers coming back up into the mid-90's. dusty with fire danger in solano county thursday going into
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by united way bay area. >> here's a funny story on the people of the where maverick series. where coach steve kerr and mavericks coach jason kidd faced each other as players. jason kidd coached i remember -- jason kidd joked i remember facing steve. he had uncle jordan. words and mavericks will be on the court at shays hennepin tip-off is that 6:00 p.m. for the warriors, it is about proving they're still the team who won the three rings. three-time nba champion klay thompson clearly not worried. >> i would say playing your hardest and trusting your teammates are the two keys. >> our guys have guts. they are not afraid of anything. that is where our experience
helps us. it is good to be able to lean on that. it is not a solution for anything. we have got to do this with this particular team should this is a different version of the warriors than a team that made the finals five years ago. >> the core has been there and done that. luka doncic is making his first conference finals. he has reason to be competent. done church like everyone else knows about the warriors playoff resume and he is not taking it lately. >> we have to face the warriors, the best in the league. they know what it is about. it is going to be really tough. we have to respect every day. >> oakland's own damien willard presenting the blazer -- the
blazers. portland and it up with the seventh pick the kings will be coached by brown. the top that goes to the orlando magic for the first time since 2004 when they took dwight howard. the nba draft will be thursday, june 23 and you can see that right here on abc 7 pit it still blows my mind tiger woods is back playing at all after his crash. here he is looking for his fifth pga championship win. woods says his right leg is getting stronger and he feels better than he did five weeks ago. tiger is 46 and recovering from major injuries. his last championship when was 15 years ago but he is not going to play if he does not think he has a shot at it >> how confident you are you can contend this week and can you win this week? >> i feel like i can. definitely i just have to do my work. it starts on thursday and i will
be ready. they're going to be limitations. there are going to be limitations to what i'm going to be able to do but i am going to get stronger. >> this is too funny not to show. world-famous steve a.l. key probably once a remix on his first pitch. that he did not drop to he air mailed the pitch right into the stands and this has to be a candidate for one of the worst of all time should if you throw a perfect strike, nobody is talking about you. you don't go viral. we went to go viral. >> at almost like he did it on purpose to -- that almost looks like he did it on purpose. >> i have seen a lot of these first pages. people warm up on flat ground. they think they are all good. what they don't realize -- i know you coach little league. they are on a mound. they go to throw and then there is this dissent and the ball
goes crazy. people are worked up and nervous. that is the key. >> i pitched a little when you're -- when i was a kid. you take the word stepped down at it again throw you off. >> the mound messes people up when they go to throw. the warriors gave me a call. . they want me to remind everybody that tip-off tomorrow is 6:00 p.m. they don't want an empty arena when they start the game. they need all the help they can get against the mavericks. get your streaming devices ready. the abc7news at 6:00 p.m. -- they need to be watching that. you can watch both. we will keep you updated all night from chase center. >> 6:00 p.m. it is usually 7:00 so thank you. >> we have a lot to look forward to tonight. coming up tonight on abc 7 at 8:00, you can watch holy moly. that is followed at 9:00 by the chase. then comes who do you believe.
stay with us for abc7news at 11:00. abc7news is streaming 24/7. get the abc 7 bay area news app so he can join this whenever you want wherever you are. >> check it out. at is this edition of abc7news. we appreciate your time. >> thank you so much for your running us. we hope you have a lovely evening. a sailboat coming through. see you again at 11:00.
♪♪♪ from the alex trebek stage at sony pictures studios, this is "jeopardy!" please welcome today's contestants-- a museum educator from oyster bay, new york... a head of risk operations from scottsdale, arizona... and our returning champion-- a rideshare driver from philadelphia, pennsylvania... ...whose 2-day cash winnings total... [ applause ] and now here is the host of "jeopardy!"-- mayim bialik! [ applause ] thank you, johnny gilbert. and welcome, everyone, to "jeopardy!" it was another emotional win for our champion, ryan long, who went into final with a slight lead, came up with the correct response
and emerged the victor for a second straight game. his challengers have commented on his quick buzzer skills, and we'll have to see if those hold up again in today's competition. we welcome jason and justinne. good luck. let's go to work in the jeopardy! round with these categories... and... ryan? let's go talk to the hand for $200. - ryan. - what are hooks? - yes. hooks or claws. - talk for $400. - ryan. - what are mitts? - correct. - talk for $600.