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building a better bay area moving forward finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. governor gavin newsome is tested positive for covid one of hundreds of people catching the virus during a recent spike in cases doctors are saying you shouldn't be worried. good morning everybody. it's sunday may 29th. i'm liz kroit's lot to get to this morning. let's start with a quick look at the weather with meteorologist lisa sargen. good morning, lisa. hey, liz, good morning to the fog is clearing for most of us although half moon bay reporting a mile visibility if you look at this satellite picture, you can see the fog being swept off the coast some pretty strong northerly winds and as we look at the current numbers, it is 49 in lafayette with 55 in livermore mid 50s in novato 51 in pacifica, and that brings us
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anywhere from two to seven degrees cooler this morning compared to saturday morning. so gusty northerly winds from 24 to 32 miles an hour. those north winds keep a sunny today, but the breeze the unshore bez is bac 60s and 70s y shore and inland keeping it cool. in the 50s to near 60 at the shoreline, but as we warm up inland it's going to be windy at the coast so up for 60s to 70s below average again today. and we'll talk about further warming when we see you in a few minutes liz. okay, lisa. thank you governor. gavin newsome is tested positive for covid and has mild symptoms. he is just the latest high profile case as infections again are on the rise. so the question is, could we see yet another spike as people get together for the unofficial start of summer abc 7 news reporter tim johns spoke to some infectious disease specialists. amid a surgeon new coronavirus cases locally or gavin newsome among the latest of those infected on saturday his office released a statement saying he
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was experiencing miles symptoms and would stay in isolation until at thursday not a surprise dr. peter chinhong is an infectious disease specialist. he says he hits pets. who has been vaccinated and boosted twice to be fine right now? we have a lot more tools. we know what the vaccines are good for the bay area has seen a surge in new infections over recent weeks experts had spent the peak to happen sometime in early june but despite the uptick in cases in our area doctors say we haven't seen a rise in hospitalizations. we are seeing the most profound decoupling that we ever have between cases and hospitalizations, dr. monica. gandhi is a professor of senate ucsf and has studied infectious diseases for years. she believes that while covid is here to stay. we now have the appropriate tools to fight it. gandhi says in highly vaccinated regions like the bay area the risk of serious disease is extremely low. i'm not worried about people gathering for memorial day at this phase of the pandemic at
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all. so while the numbers can't seem frightening dr. chin hong says it's important to put them into context. no one should be fearful if they updated in vaccines in san francisco. tim johns abc 7 news and newsom was positive test comes one day after he was with the prime minister of new zealand yakinda ardern she was in san francisco to announce the climate change partnership at golden gate park ardern already had the virus earlier this month and if you have any questions on increasing covid cases mass mandates or the latest on booster shots. just head to our website. our team is ready to answer those questions at abc president biden and the first lady will travel to uvalde texas today they plan on meeting with victims and the families of victims survivors and first responders of the shooting massacre there the shooting at rob elementary school took the lives of 19 children and two teachers abc news reporter christine. sloan has the latest today
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president biden and first lady dr. jill biden will travel to uvalde texas as the community continues to grieve the 21 lives. lost in a horrific school shooting memorials continue to grow as the recovery continues for those hurt in the attack among them noah orona video shows him at an awards ceremony at rob elementary before the shooting. he was later shot. the bullet went through his back and out his shoulder his parents. say he played dead while waiting more than an hour for help he sighs teaching. land on top of one of his class. i'm not sure who at this point for sure, but the teacher was shielding that the children. invigators say a teacher propped open a school door at 11:27, which the shooter used to enter the school at 11:33. he targeted classrooms 111 and 112 two minutes later.
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seven uvalde police officers are inside the school, but did not breach the classroom officials say school district police chief pete arredondo wrongly. believed it was no longer an active shooter situation, but a barricaded subject, but from 1203 to 1247 students were dialing 911 from inside the classroom begging for help meantime 19 officers were in the hallway outside those classrooms. it wasn't until 12:50 that authorities used a key to enter the classroom and killed the shooter the district train for this type of situation back in march practicing scenarios and ut. using the state's extensive course manual which advises that first responders should not wait saying the best hope that innocent victims have is that officers immediately move into action adding a first responder unwilling to place the lives of the innocent above their own safety should consider another career field the head of the texas rangers was pretty clear.
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these officers did not follow training. they received just two months ago christine, sloan abc news, new york. and coming up on this week after his passionate senate floor plea urging his colleagues to pass gun reform following the massacre and uvalde senator chris murphy goes one-on-one with john carl. you can watch that full interview on this week with george stephanopoulos at 8 this morning right here on abc 7. okay, netflix has added a warning of the beginning of stranger things at the beginning of stranger things season 4 after tuesday's mass shooting netflix says it realizes that the timing of the release of this first episode could episode could be troubling for some people. the opening scene of this new season shows millie bobby brown's character 11 and several children covered in blood producers say they film the episode more than a year ago, and they're concerned that the disturbing images may now catch some viewers by surprise the vice president paid her respects yesterday to the victims in the buffalo supermarket mass
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shooting kamala harris delivered remarks at the funeral for ruth winfield the oldest victim in the attack 10 people were killed in that incident which investigators say racially motivated what happened here in buffalo in texas in atlanta in orlando? what happened at the synagogues? and so this is a moment that requires all good people our god-loving people to stand up and say we will not stand for for this enough is enough. harris met bereaved families before the service and afterward she then made an announced an unannounced visit to the top supermarket site as you can see there were flowers photographs and notes have been placed. new developments on the man wanted it for the mass shooting on k street in sacramento. and chula payton has been
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arrested in nevada by the las vegas police department and members of the fbi authorities found peyton only miles away from the las vegas strip. peyton will be taken to a nevada custodial facility and then he'll be transported to sacramento county main jail. april six people were killed in 12 others were heard outside of downtown sacramento nightclub. a longstanding memorial day tradition took place yesterday in san francisco boy scouts veterans and volunteers placed flags at more than 26,000 headstones at the san francisco national cemetery in the presidio a memorial day observance ceremony is scheduled at the ceremony and at the set material on monday at 10:30 in the morning. it has been canceled the past two years because of covid this memorial day weekend people took part in a walk across the golden gate bridge in honor of our fallen service members and their families the army's most senior enlisted leader sergeant major of the army michael grinston took part in the walk that included gold star families city
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officials soldiers veterans and local military organizations. winston is hosting a lunch and learn at the marines memorial building in an effort to better connect with veterans with support groups. and lisa, it's memorial day weekend. a lot of people hoping to be outside. it is a little chilly this weekend. yeah, definitely. we are certainly below average that trend continues today, but it's a nice clear start for most of us. there's a lot of look outside where temperatures in the city today once again blow average right now load him at 50s will talk about details for the holiday and a warm-up coming our way next. thank you. lisa also ahead. we take a look at new homeowners in the north bay that are preparing to take on a more defensive roar. in wildfires and with a little over a week until the election the june primary those four and against the recall of san francisco district attorney chase a boudin make hard pushes to sway voters hear their messages coming up.
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for your wake of destruction. here is a live look outside of the golden gate bridge this morning time right now 5:11 on this sunday of memorial day weekend a fireweight wiped out a house in oakley on saturday and one of the residents had to jump out of a window to escape the flames firefighters ran into all sorts of obstacles, and they had to set up a release system to get water onto the fire. the house is just across from bethel. island in abc 7 news reporter tara campbell found out if this fire happened a few days later the outcome may have been much different. flames ripping through and destroying a family home. just outside of oakley east contra costa fire called to the home around 5:30 saturday morning the first arriving cruise heavy fire from the first and second floor on the front side and the neighboring side brooke logan making the jump from that second floor escaping. the only home she's ever known went up in flames.
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she lives here with her parents and fiancee. i looked down the window saw the fire fully engulfed on this side right here on the side of the house and that's when i panic got up jumped out and got on the phone villa roper lives next door and made the call to the fire department. i was worried about them worried about my house worried about them and the people in the house and less than a mile away. this new fire station is set to open on june 1st and officials say it will make all the difference in fighting fires in this area the biggest challenges that we do not have a continuous water supply. we have to use water tenders to shuttle water back and forth and the distance that the units have to travel to get out here is significant as well and those living nearby say it to relief to know soon help. will be a much closer call away. they're gonna be opening in june
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june 1st. i think is what we've been told so it'll be a good thing. we do we didn't have anything out here for years. so it would be a helper so that station 55 they would have got a good stop, but that sight to see as for brooke. she's just glad everybody got out say and is hoping to build back their home officials. say of the fire is are investigation and at this point it looks accidental tara campbell abc 7 news. in the east bay of brush fire ignited today or yesterday in contra costa county. it's located just north of bay point near willow pass road crew say a set of train tracks is acting as a barrier was acting as a barrier separating a neighborhood in bay point from the fire. it started around 9 am and it continues to burn in a marsh area at last check. the fire was at 20 acres and cruise told us winds are pushing the flames. an event in the north page took
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a new approach. dealing with wildfire safety abc 7 news reporter cordon. bernard was out of wildfire prevention festival where the focus was on taking actions to keep home safe. a band brought some good vibes during this free concert at marin civic center park, but music is only part of what's happening here is really the wif expert advice onsell. anything debris from gathering for your home ember resistant to creating a fire smart yard with defensible space. so let's say from zero. perimeter it's a zone that we don't want any vegetation. this is probably one of the most at risk communities in the nation for regarding wildfires a
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reality check from central marin fire battalion. chief todd lando. he says his drought conditions worsen the odds of a major wildfire increased by the week. take this. nation we've sort of forgotten how at risk we are because we've been successful to this date fighting the fires, but that that luck is going to run out organizers say it's a wake-up call for families to be fire safe at home and have a plan in case of evacuation. we need an effort from the front lines of the buyers to our front doors safer fires always a worry the lang family says it's important to be prepared with it. dry and we haven't had rain in a long time. i guess it's just super important to know what to do. and what options there are out there. an marin county coelbeuelings weor and against the recall of san francisco district. attorney jason boudin supporters of the recall rallied in chinatown's poor's miss square
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on saturday urging voters to support measure h the recall some of them included family of crime victims in the city participants there say boudin is not doing his job. he doesn't understand his duty as a district attorney and therefore we're here to let people know that we will not stand for that and we need to recall him as soon as possible. across town the district attorney and his supporters defended his record. they held a rally urging voters to reject measure age the pro recall folks are scapegoating and they are fear-mongering exploiting very real frustration and anxiety that we all share over how the last two years have gone and they're lying and suggesting that recalling me is going to solve those problems. election day is on june 7th, but early voting is well underway right now in san francisco. voting in person is now available in santa clara county for the june 7th. primary vote center hours are nine to five every day now. issues will be open on memorial day in san francisco. this is the first weekend the
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city hall voting center is open. it will be open next weekend as well san francisco city hall voting center is open every weekday from 8 am to 5 pm and in both santa clara county and san francisco voting centers are open from 7 am to 8 pm on election day and in-person voting centers also opened this week and san mateo county the chief elections officer tweeted that the san carlos library is among locations open for voters he suggests people vote early and vote centers are open every day and what that means lisa is that it's almost june. like this year is flying by and it's almost summer almost summer june 1st starts hurricane season just remembered that factoid and next weekend. we're going to be cool. so we're gonna go up and down with our temperature spread. we're trying to get out of this cool pattern that has brought us even a few sprinkles the past couple of days. so we will we're look for sunshine today. and in fact behind me, you can see that clear shot from the golden gate bridge 550 is the
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official sunrise 8:24 it sets and the flow of that deck of low nds and our upper elevations as the current numbers show us. we are a little cool in parts of the north bay 47 in napa. it is 51 in vallejo with 54 in oakland 55 over in hayward as well as san jose and that water temperature pretty chilly at 51 those northwest really winds obviously instigate that upwelling that cooler weather well below the surface and that allows for that cold temperatures and that stable. sphere around the bay area, but no fog to talk about for today or tonight with all that wind two to four to seven degrees cooler as we look at our 24-hour temperature change and winds here have been breezy from mount diablo 24 miles an hour. it is in the mid 40s on top of
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mount diablo and mount tam with saint helena gusting to 30 miles an hour. so the north winds allow for that atmosphere to be mixed and then we'll get that onshore. in and boy, is it going to be windy today? here's a look at sutro where we ta abouthat ofal sunrise. the bea it clear this morning sunny throughout the day and looking at near average temperatures as we get into your holiday tomorrow memorial day and that warming trend taking us through wednesday not too warm, but like summer here's a look at the winds though. it is going to be gusty along the coast for your sunday and monday as we look at that wind profile through 8 o'clock tonight. look at those winds getting stronger breezy out towards the delta. taking you through monday the holiday and once again those northwesterly winds not letting up and by late in the day even windier. here's a look at napa bottle rock upper 70s the sun of your day today and we'll get even warmer as we get through
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tomorrow tuesday and wednesday, so really nothing too extreme, but feeling like summer certainly not helping with the drought situation, but at least we're not going to be as hot as we were last week highs for tomorrow then ranging from the up. these to low 60s at the shoreline look at the 70s for the east bay. and those 80s arriving inland into tuesday those reds coming into play here. that means the warmer weather about 90 inlan and wom er m nearare l o tsunshineod t e avagn oakland looking at mid 70s and san jose 77 in napa and and you head towards the east bay a little. warmer, we do have a fire weather watch tomorrow and tuesday out here by the delta of vallejo, benicia and fairfield as that relative humidity begins to plummet. so be careful out there the
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accuather seven day forecast featuring the slightly warmer weather today. it's going to be windy though memorial day upper 50s coast to near 80 inland lighter winds on tuesday and wednesday. we're gonna see the the numbers climb with that cooldown. waited for next weekend liz. alright lisa. thanks if you're thinking of taking bart this weekend be aware of your route. all day closures are in effect right now for part of the orange and green line the lines between south hayward and union city are shut down for major track replacement work through memorial day free bus shuttle service is going to connect the two stations for you this weekend and just had a mental health crisis and one community is alarming some experts we are breaking down the stigma surrounding mental health come back. back. ♪ my name is austin james. as a musician living with diabetes, fingersticks can be a real challenge. that's why i use the freestyle libre 2 system. with a painless, one-second scan i know my glucose numbers without fingersticks. now i'm managing iateer
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rena roy explains why seeking help can often be stigmatized and what some are doing to change that? growing up in a south asian home dr. dimple patel of chicago says she never knew much about therapy or mental health. i didn't understand what the passion looks like or what anxiety looks like because mental health was never really talked about like, oh you're fine, but she realized she was struggling after a car accident forced the then 21 year old to take a step back from her college courses and stay home to recover didn't know that i was experiencing anxiety. i wasn't eating i wasn't sleeping my heart. constantly racing so she's secretly started seeing a therapist. so afraid of being judged what other people are going to say speaking openly about mental health can often be considered taboo in the asian-american community stigma is definitely a really big issue some of that has to do with cultural values and privacy and mental illness bringing sort of shame to
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oneself in one's family. another big contributor is the model minority stereotype. this stereotype portrays asian-americans as effortlessly successful as aapi we can internalize that stereotype and start to believe that we need to be perfect. patel's mother battled that stigma herself and never got the help. she needed dy suicide in 2011 41% of asian americans are currently experiencing anxiety or depression symptoms and 62% of those diagnosed with mental health conditions need help accessing services aapi right now are hurting we are experiencing three crises at once the mental health pandemic that's happening right now, but also the rising tide of anti-asian hate crimes as well as sort of of long-standing problems in the mental health system. it don't need aapi where they're at. dr. jeffrey. liu says there's a lack of translators and cross-cultural training in the mental health
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industry patel now doing her part to help bring more representation to the community as a therapist and advocate herself. that's why i shared my story my mom so i can raise that awareness of things like this do happen and we need to talk about it. it's okay to ask for help reina roy abc news, new york. and to find an ally to help care for your mental health or someone, you know, check out some local resources by going to 7 slash take action and so to come on abc 7 mornings. we have the latest on the war in ukraine. russia is now at the critical phase of their offensive in the city of odessa plus emergency shipments and declarations may not be enough. we are seeing signs that the baby formula shortage is getting worse. in every moment there's an opportunity the numbers truly don't lie to find a path forward to move ahead to build something better issues of race and social justice are a key part of
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moving forward finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. good morning everyone. thanks for joining us. we're going to start this half hour with another check of the forecast. so let's get back over to lisa argent. hey lisa. hi liz another 20 minutes to sunrise 550 here in san francisco. that's sunsets at 8:33 so over hours and 33 minutes of daylight today and look at sutro. what a beautiful start here temperatures in the city low 50s here as well as mountain view santa clara and half moon bay 54 in oakland, san jose 55 and from
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mount tam by 2600 feet there. the temperature is 45 with a gusty north wind to 25 miles an hour upper 40s petaluma napa low 50s for you in santa rosa with mid 50s concord in livermore. so that is anywhere from two to seven degrees cooler those winds. well, they'll be unsure later on today a lot of sunshine temperatures will climb quickly through the 70s inland, but then those winds will keep us cool at the coast from the upper 50s to low 60s near 70 bayshore and about 80 today inland. so we're going to climb with temperatures day to day back off on the winds. i'll detail that timing for you coming up. okay, lisa. thank you now to the war in ukraine, russia is now gaining ground in the east taking control of key areas meantime even more american help could be on the way a us official says ukraine's request for longer range weapons systems. may soon be granted abc news reporter tom sufi burridge reports for the first time from odessa where that aid cannot
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come soon enough. the russians now threatening to encircle the key city of severed and yet thousands of civilians and ukrainian troops still inside. putin's offensive in the east moving into a critical phase a us official telling abc news the us will likely supply longer-range rocket systems to ukrainian troops, which they hope could help turn the tide in the battle door must president zelensky saying ukraine will fight for every inch of land taken by putin in the last three months and with ukrainian troops on high alert in the south european leaders talking to putin urging a ceasefire and an end to russia's blockade of the black sea abc news. gaining rare access inside the grain terminal in the port city of odessa. normally this place would be operating 24/7 grain flowing through here out towards the ships but inside here a sorry site.
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just a few handfuls. dusty grain ukrainian food, which is stuck in the ports normally feeds 400 million people around the world. so food prices are soaring the un calling it a catastrophe. tom sufi burridge abc news in odessa and back here at home. we're taking you outside now for a live look at sfo. it's turning out to be a bumpy ride for many people traveling by air this memorial day weekend yesterday another 1500 flights were canceled across the country 2300 were canceled on friday bad weather and air traffic control problems are to blame for this travel experts say flying this summer is going to be tricky and expensive staffing problems record high fuel prices and intense demand for flights. need to hire fares and fewer flights. delta says it is trimming at summer flight schedules by about a hundred departures daily and with everything getting more and more expensive millions of americans are still going to be
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hitting the roads and the skies this weekend abc news reporter. alan lopez says almost everything you do this memorial day weekend will cost you more than normal. millions hitting the roads and taken to the skies for the memorial day weekend in numbers not sync since before the pandemic people just want to get out. go the unofficial start to the summer in full swing despite skyrocketing prices fuel now hitting a 10-year high averaging $4.60 a gallon right now over a hundred dollars to fill up the tank. obviously, we we it's in the back of our head. you know how much we're gonna spend but you know, we got a we gotta enjoy life triple a estimates nearly 35 million are expected to get behind the wheel airfares also soaring up a whopping 33% in april from a year ago. calvin furrier says, he paid 60% more for his plane ticket to atlanta the last time he visited
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over to my past weeks. i've been putting aside more money and i've been looking online every day. hopefully you catch the best flight on friday. tsa says it's screened nearly 2.4 million passengers across the country this year's inflation. also an uninvited guest to the picnic table with the biggest pound on protein chicken costing 30 cents more per pound ground beef over 80 cents. and that was elwyn lopez reporting the memorial day weekend kicks off summer travel season for most americans overseas more tourism options are beginning to open up. japan is ready to welcome back american tourists after being shut down for two years during the pandemic. so starting on june 10th people who book guided package tours will be allowed to travel into the country visitors from the us will not have to show a proof of vaccination or need to isolate or test upon arrival. pride month is taking shape on
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twin peaks in san francisco. we have video from last year's triangle. the annual giant pink triangle is being worked on today with volunteers working on the streamers and the borders of the triangle. the pink triangle was a symbol to identify homosexual prisoners in nazi germany. the triangles founder calls it a giant in your face educational tool. it's going to be on display for the entire month of june and abc 7 is proud to be a sponsor of the san francisco. just go pride parade and you'll be able to watch it live right here this year. the parade is scheduled for sunday, june 26th. you can watch all of our coverage during pride month and year-round at san diego law enforcement says they are going to participate in this city's lgbtq pride parade on july 16th. they'll participate in the san diego one, but instead of their uniforms participants will march while wearing polo shirts pride parade organizers in san diego say that's the agreement that they reach with law enforcement.
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no duty uniforms and no visible guns. that's the decision they made after the killing of george floyd in 2020, san francisco police sheriff and fire along with mayor london breed has said going to boycott the san francisco pride parade over similar restrictions organizers of the san francisco event have banned uniformed law enforcement from marching in the june 26th event, and now to the latest on that nationwide baby formula shortage. the problem seems to be getting worse 70% of formula suppliers now say they are out of stock. the fda says millions more cans of formula will soon be flown to the us from australia in the uk for local public health officials across the country. more help cannot come soon enough just yesterday. i got about 20 calls from others. i mean that was just yesterday. the biden administration has once again invoked the defense production act for a third time in an effort to ramp up supply. ikea is adding a surprising new product line in some of its
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stores across california, it's new line of solar products will enable ikea customers to generate and store their own renewable energy the panels we made available to members of ikea's customer loyalty program this fall selling solar panels fits in with a company's mission to reduce its overall climate footprint. and so i had on abc 7 mornings. it's back people are moving and grooving again in san francisco. take you to the return of the carnival festival and here is a live look outside as we had to break beautiful view as the sun starts to come up here at 5:38 on this sunday. we'll check in with lisa when we get back.
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i've lived in san francisco for 20 years. i'm raising my kids here. this city is now less safe for all of us. chesa boudin is failing to hold repeat offenders accountable. he prosecuted zero fentanyl drug dealing cases, even though nearly 500 people have died of overdoses. i'm voting yes on h to recall chesa boudin now. we can't wait one more day when people are dying on our streets. whnurse mariyam sabog knows a moment this pure... ...demands a lotion this pure. new gold bond pure moisture lotion. 24-hour hydration. no parabens, dyes, or fragrances. gold bond. champion your skin.
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our santa cruz camera quiet there on the beach on this sunday morning. one of san francisco's most colorful and most musical street events is back.
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we told you yesterday about the 44th carnival. it's returning this weekend after a pandemic hiatus the two-day free festival features live music dancing. arts and crafts carnival returns with quite a few changes including a healthy den and havt stations where you can get covid tested. you can get rapid covid test to go home and you can get the vaccine and boosters. so we really want to encourage people to to you know, stay vaccinated. stay healthy prevent any more of the spread. not smart other new attractions this year. our community-led cannabis garden a tech and gaming pavilion and an lgbtq dedicated stage carnival takes place on harrison street from 16th to 24th street in san francisco today starts with the grand parade at 9:30 in the morning and it goes until spm part of building a better bay area
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includes addressing issues of race and social justice the aapi heritage month or this month abc 7 news reporter anchor deon. lim was invited to speak about her reporting on anti-asian violence for the nonprofit society of a heart's delight in san jose. the audience included members of the chinese immigrant community representatives from south bay supervisors offices and assembly member evan loe's office were there the event was made part it possible in part through clara county's division of equity and social justice grant all right, lisa. let's get another check outside. all right pretty shot here from mount tam where we're looking at a chili 46 degrees winds out of the north up to 36 miles an hour will be warmer in the north bay and all across the bay area today, but at the coast boy it's up.dy and c thank you lisa. also next turning up the heat how miami is using draymond green's comments as motivation and it series against the celtics chris alvarez, we'll have the details coming up in sports.
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all right. here's a live look outside from our san mateo bridge camera. let's talk sports. now this morning the giants will try to avoid being swept by the team with the worst record in baseball. san francisco plays the reds in a rare 8:35 am first pitch at great american ballpark in cincinnati and this afternoon the as we'll try to avoid being swept by the rangers in a four game weekend home series first pitch is at 107 at the oakland coliseum. later today, the warriors will be available to the media to talk about the upcoming nba finals still waiting to find out who they're going to take on. here's abc 7 sports anchor chris alvarez with the details in this morning sports. good morning, as you can see behind me the warriors still waiting for their opponent in the nba finals miami beat boston and game six forcing a winner take on game. of the eastern conference finals tonight in miami. you would have thought the heat had enough motivation facing elimination, but apparently
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draymond green provided more by saying the warriors would face boston in the finals have a look. you're asking me who i want to play. i'm gonna tell you who i think we're gonna play we're gonna play boston. okay. thank you. just coming over he is so fired up. he wants a message to be relayed. he said tell draymond green. thank you, draymond. green said we're going to boston celtics madonna haslam walk over and says thank you for the inspiration. hey, tell draymond i said i appreciate it. you got it. i'll let him know. i don't have his number. will see later tonight red's alfielder. tommy pham has been suspended three games for slapping giants outfielder. jock peterson during a pregame altercation. friday peterson says, it was over a fantasy football dispute fam says it stem from some disrespectful text messages. mike estromsky's wife new baby and family at this series starter. alex would almost out of the first inning until kyle farmer other ideas three nothing reds on this blast to left center.
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it was one strike away from ending that frame top of the six giants. 3-1 evan longoria got all of that one to the second deck his third homer in a week in the giants now down. just three two top of the ninth tying run on second two on two out wilmer flores base hit in the right field joey fart heading home. aristas are keynote throws bart out by a lot and the giants lose on that play. three two, their second straight loss of the team with the worst record in the major leagues a's rangers ice cream at the coliseum yummy. top of the fifth five one texas faces loaded for marcus simeon and the former a that's his first homer of the year. it's a grand slam rangers win. 11-4 oakland is 2 and 14 in their last 16 games at the coliseum ncaa softball super regionals. stanford needs a win against oregon state to force a winner. take all game three beaver strike first grace mesmer a two out two-run single, oregon state up to nothing. stanford's best chance comes in.
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the fit bases were loaded with one out. now taylor gendelsberger strikes out to end the inning and stanford is shut out to nothing ending their season, oregon state advances to their second women's college world series. that is your look at sports. let's set it back to you. all right, lisa, and let's go check out the forecast now memorial day weekend. a lot of people hoping to be outside. yeah, it should be pretty nice until that wind picks up throughout the afternoon that onshore flow right now looking at live doppler 7 where the fog that is hugging the coast was hugging the coast is being swept away due to strong northerly winds and our upper elevations, but you can see from this vantage point that there's some fog in the distance. there it is set up apache and then along the central coast. half moon bay santa maria. otherwise, we have got a sunny day and slightly below average 52 in san francisco is 54 in oakland 51 in mountain view with 55 in san jose low 50 santa
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clara half moon bay golden gate bridge. nobody there and nice and clear you can see the wind there is very light 52 in santa rosa. it is 47 in napa the cool spot 48 in fairfield with 50 petaluma 54 in concord livermore. is that 55 24 hour temperature change? yes, certainly cooler, especially around the central bay two to four degrees cooler and then even cooler up towards the napa valley about seven degrees colder than yesterday at this time surface wind show. that is breezy. up through santa rosa you can see the lighter winds elsewhere but by later on today, the winds will be breezy all over the bay and that is going to make it feel a little cooler, even though the temperatures will come up above yesterday's readings pretty shot here in santa cruz very quiet lovely start to the day there clear skies this morning sunny and breezy today near average temperatures into the holiday tomorrow, and then we are watching that warming trend
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getting going through tuesday and wednesday slightly cooler on thursday and then a bit of a surprise perhaps for next weekend if you're headed to the beach it's going to be windy out there temperatures from the upper 50s pacifica to low 60s half moon bay monterey low 60s there for motion beach 64 in stinson and down in santa cruz climbing to about 73 degrees. so in the south bay today look for low to mid 70s from milpitas to los gatos 75 and morgan hill nice day here 67 san mateo 70 palo alto and then those winds kick up so it's only going to be in the upper 50s in the sunset the richmond mid-60s downtown that is around average up in the north bay. looking at mid-70s for you 74 petaluma. breezy winds around vallejo, san rafael 73 upper 70s for wine country. so that's a comfortable day lots of 70s from san leandro union city in fremont sunny skies for everyone and a breezy day out there. we will get a little windy
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through the delta this afternoon with temperatures from the mid 70s, san ramon valley pleasanton 80 in pittsburgh 78 in concord. so we've got the storm track well to the north the next several days and then we'll take us through the middle of the week which of course arrives and then as we get towards say that first weekend of june. this is saturday. look what happens a week from today. yes. it's a week out anything could happen, but i certainly remember some pretty weird june storms in the bay area. so it happens. we'll see if the accuweather seven-day forecast bright and windy today slightly warmer memorial day about 80 degrees. we'll take it up to 90 inland on tuesday mid 70s bayshore with temperatures at the coast remaining in the low 60s feeling like summer couple of days middle of the then we cool it off the end of the week and next weekend. it'll be cooler liz. all right, we will take any rain that we can get at least that even if it's in june in the east bay people in oakland got their first.
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super lotto plus drawing three nine 12 1542 the mega ball number and teen nobody matched all six numbers in that drying either and wednesday's jackpot grows to 15 million dollars astronomers say there may be a spectacular meteor shower late tomorrow night or early tuesday morning. they say there could be as many as 1,000 shooting stars lighting up the sky in an hour. but it also could just be a complete dud astronomers are hoping it will be something extra special this year. that's because it's parent comment has been disintegrating which says could result in another worldly light show some astronomers though. say the meteor storm if it occurs could even last an hour or two local astronomers say that your best chance to see the meteor shower in the bay area will be at around 10 pm tomorrow night. that would be very cool to see. all right. check this out a new roll. straight six flags discovery kingdom is giving people a
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♪ ♪ moving forward finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. governor gavin newsom is tested positive for covid one of thousands of people catching the virus during a recent spike in cases doctors are saying you shouldn't be worried though. good morning everybody. it's sunday, may 29th. i'm liz kroits. thanks for joining us on this holiday weekend. let's start with a quick look at the weather with meteorologist lisa arjun. good morning, lisa. hey, liz. good morning to beautiful start to the day with clear sky and come wins that's going to change a little bit though. you can see the fog being swept away from the coast there live dop. seven and looking out towards from our emeryville camera.
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