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2:30 this afternoon at the intersection of bay road. the full impact may be difficult to watch. one of our reporters has the details. >> surveillance footage sews the moment a motorcycle officer was hit by a car in redwood city. as the officer comes out behind a large truck, you see a blue sedan blows to the stop sign, hitting the officer and sending him into the air. >> police department, motor operator, conscious. >> the operator is stable, at the hospital with moderate injuries. she has been with the department for 15 years and was in the city as part of a program which involves cooperation among neighboring agencies. residents living nearby say the importantly crashes there are common. >> not surprised.
when they told me it was a motorcycle cop, i would not want to be in this intersection on a more subtle, let alone in a car. -- in this intersection in a motorcycle. it is a dangerous intersection. >> a witness to the crash says the blue car did not stop. they lost control and then hit another vehicle period as quickly as it happened, this witness or member seen the officer on the ground and immediately called 911. the driver remained on scene. they sustained minor injuries and are cooperating with the investigation. the officer is expected to make a full recovery. >> new details about the deadly church shooting over the weekend. today, the accused gunman was
officially charged. prosecutors provided a chilling account of what happened. our abc reporter looks into whether the attack was a hate crime. >> the man accused of targeting a congregation officially charged with murder and attempted murder for what the attorney described as an effort to execute as many people as he could adjudge spelling of the charges during a virtual court proceeding. >> today we formally filed 10 counts against the dissent -- defendant. birth murder. it has an enhancement of lying in wait. >> he was doing everything to fit in. scattering firebombs, pulling out a pair of hand guns shooting into the crowd. >> lying in wait with the personal use of a firearm makes this case a lot more.
life without parole or death. >> show of bravery. he tackled the gunman and try to disarm them. the suspect was then pinned down. >> that created the opportunity for the passenger to subdue him and for other people to tackle him and get into the ground. >> he died from the injuries in the attack. five others were hurt. the shooting was described as a politically motivated hate incident. to date the president condemns the bloodshed. here at home, the fbi is looking into possible hate crime charges. >> there appears to be motor, nationalistic tensions. i met with the fbi yesterday. they have an open investigation. >> he is being held without
bond. morgan norwood, los angeles. >> president biden visited buffalo to honor the 10 people killed in the mass shooting at a grocery store. that left flowers and a memorial for the victims. during an impassioned speech he called the attack a racist rampage. >> i condemn those who spread the lie for power, political gain, for profit. white supremacy is a poison. it is a poison. it really is. it has been allowed to fester and grow in front of our eyes. >> investigator state the suspect plotted for months, visiting the store on two separate occasions. >> new development out of oakland.
they pass a resolution at the council meeting today. earlier today there was a rally. >> we know that just because it is illegal, that does not mean there less abortions being had. history has shown that abortion is illegal, more women will die. >> the proposal was introduced by the council president. it could also open the door for more funding for reproductive care providers. >> weather watch is in the forecast for some parts of the bay. we want to go to art meteorologists. sandhya: solano county will face vertical fire whether conditions as we head towards thursday morning through friday evening. that is where the weather watch is going up. wrongly 35, 45 miles an hour.
that means any fire that develops will rapidly spread. the hour-by-hour wind forecast thursday afternoon, 25 minutes in fairfield. notice that wind is ramping up by nighttime. 45 in rumsey. when you look at what is going to happen, the fire danger index is in the haida very high category for the northern part of our viewing area. the weather watch extends up and down the second desk the central valley. the valley will be its greatest risk come thursday into friday. the rest of our hourly forecast is coming up. >> california is monitoring drought in the state is looking at innovative ways to save water. today governor newsom visited a recycling plant for water. >> it is about finding new water, not accepting the scarcity. being more resourceful in terms of our approach. if they are successful in
scaling this project, there has never been a project like this in u.s. history. >> the budget includes more than 7 billion dollars to address the drought. emergency -- taken into effect. >> a battle brewing over canada g's and one town's push to get rid of them. the animals are said to pose potential health risks to people. they are trying to acquire permits that would allow them to kill some of these geese. as we explained, a number of people in the committeelied against the idea. >> you are looking at buckets loads of -- how do we look at this in a sound during way? -- in a sanitary way? >> it is always here. >> they are dealing with an unsustainable rate of population
growth from what -- from 181 geese in 2022 323 and 21, indications for a higher number in 2022. the animals pose a potential health risk for humans. >> most of the time, we cannot walk here, it is always dirty. >> official say they have tried nonlethal deterrence, fogs, bring in dogs, birth -- control measures in the past. now they are attempting to acquire permits to allow removal or killing of a limited number of geese. the reaction was a bold one. >> don't kill the geese. lisicki's live. >> they were here first. now the sudden they want to get rid of them. >> no one wants that around.
that makes sense. how do we balance that? i just think they are moving too soon. >> city official state lagoon water testing shows high e. coli levels, partly contributed to the goose droppings, something that has resulted in mandatory beach closures. those at this rally want a nonlethal solution. >> the solution is to coexist. there are geese everywhere. removal would be an option. >> a living home in the north bay is on the verge of closing, what is next for the woman who rely on the home. >> how the state is fighting back after a judge strikes down a law to help women advance in business. >> you details about the festival in
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>> a treatment program in the north bay that has been operating for more than 40 years is on the verge of closing. the decision is devastating to the woman who live in the home who now have nowhere to go. our anger reports that impending closure caught county officials off guard. >> for more 40 years, it has been a safe haven for women and their children facing addiction. >> i feel safe on this property. >> a beloved treatment home where some alumni say they got their lives back. >> you come in when someone has
gone to the program and they are lost and empty, a whole. you come back in a couple of weeks and can see the light, spark and hope. >> the house -- which operates out of the stone house -- is on the brink of closure. the nonprofit the runs the program says that due to rising costs from inflation and challenges from the pandemic, they can no longer afford to keep it going. they decided to shut down the program and have told the women and children to leave the home by the end of july. >> i was given a phone call and it was devastating. everybody, we have a process group and all of them cried. >> many of the people graduate come live here. it is also scheduled to close. the woman tell us is unclear what they will go. >> 30's to be somewhere for them to go. that is the truth. >> she sees athena house in the
village. the closures impact more than 50 women and children, many of whom will soon be homeless. >> because of the house i have learned how to live. i am free of drugs, alcohol. >> since the announcement, it doesn't of alumni have shared videos pleading for the program to stay open. they have started a gofundme account and hope that someone, anyone will step in to help. officials with the county say they are disappointed by the closure and hope to find a solution to keep it open. >> funding from the government, county, private, i don't anyone cares. as long is it is there and fast. >> new developments. the state says it will take on a legal fight to preserve california's lot requiring women on courtroom boards. last week a judge ruled that the -- violates the rule.
they say it was necessary to reverse a culture of discrimination. a judicial watch challenge has challenge the law. -- watch group has challenge the law. " i am disappointed in them to allow this discrimination to create an impenetrable wall. >> the covid headlines, john hopkins confirms more than one million americans have died from covid-19. that is after president biden announced that milestone last week. the fda has authorized booster shots for kids five years old to 11 years old of age. that is for pfizer's vaccine. there are new travel guides out from the cdc to recommend that travelers get tested no more than three days before the flight. >> look at how the nation's largest baby food supplier. the company is shipping infant forma from its plant in iowa.
there also converting other manufacturing for formula. in february the fda since they shut down a plant in michigan because of contamination. it was cleared yesterday to reopen. >> api leaders and visionaries attended a recession today at the white house to mark. month. one of our anchors was an invited guest and got to meet president biden. the president addressed the crowd, mentioning the accomplishments of his good friend. >> as an 11-year-old, he spent three years in incarceration camp, one hundred 20,000 japanese americans. with every reason to be angry and resentful, he chose to believe in himself, america, this country. >> two elected leaders from the area also attended after winning
a lottery system for a ticket. what a great experience. >> we are warming up. >> we are checking in with your meteorologist. sandhya: we had upper 80's in places like fairfield. tomorrow we will go mid 90's. it will get hot. the other concern is between thursday and friday. we do have a change in wind direction that will continue to further dry out the atmosphere. dry wind, high heat, high fire danger. you can see the areas in orange covering parts of the north and east bay hills. also, central valley will you will want to keep an eye out. the watches only for solano county between thursday and friday. these are areas that will be a risk. hour-by-hour. tomorrow morning, breezy along the coastline.
check out the wind over the evening, 35, 40 miles an hour. not that inland. it will be gusty along the coastline. 40, 50 mile an hour wind. with that north wind, keep an eye on this. a thing a.m., you're flying. notice the security values drop off. 19% in antioch. that is what is concerning. high pressure is building and will continue to warm us up. let's look at the hour-by-hour forecast. tomorrow morning starts off comfortable. noontime we are in the 80's in inland. 90's in some areas by 2:00 in the afternoon. along the coastline, he will remain comfortable. temperatures right now in the comfort zone. 73 degrees. in the higher elevations a stunning view of the golden gate bridge.
sunny and warm tomorrow. a wide range of temperatures for the weekend. morning temperature, we do have some fog. afternoon highs will look like this in the south bay. 85 in santa clara, 87 in san jose. warmer than average by 10-15 degrees on the peninsula. downtown san francisco, 73 degrees. 92 in santa rosa. 90 in napa. 81 in oakland. headed inland, this is what you will feel the feet. our air quality will be good tomorrow. better on thursday. seven-day forecast, hot inland tomorrow. fire danger thursday afternoon and early friday before the temperatures drop off.
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