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>> how one bay area teen isn't giving up on his dream. >> nancy pelosi's husband arrested on dui charges in napa. spencer: i am spencer christian with a look at gusty winds and fire probability. abc 7 news at 11:00 starts right now. >> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. dion: but evening and thank you for joining us. i am dion lim. reaction coming across the nation this evening as nancy pelosi's husband was arrested on a dui charge in napa last night. law enforcement is not saying
much about the case. j.r. stone has been following this developing story and joins us in the newsroom. j.r.: i talked with those from chp earlier this evening who released new details. we also spoke with the other driver involved says he is glad no one else was hurt. this is new video showing the crash scene in napa county where paul pelosi was arrested for dui saturday night. speaker pelosi was on the other side of the country giving a sunday commencement speech to graduates. >> i don't think we should be paying much attention to what her husband is doing because he is not an elected official. j.r.: but this political science professor says that this dui is napa puts the speaker in a bad light. paul pelosi had a blood alcohol content of 0.08 or higher.
paul pelosi was driving his 2021 porsche eastbound unwanted drive, attempted to cross highway 29, when he struck someone driving a jeep. >> that reflects poorly on the speaker and on congress generally. these are pressing issues and instead your husband does gallivanting in napa, what are you doing to keep america safe and to advance our conversation about what needs to be done about all of these shootings? j.r.: nancy pelosi's office put out a brief statement saying that they will not be commenting on this private matter. chp says this crash happened about 10:30 saturday night. bail was set at $5,000 and he was released sunday morning. the two dui charges are misdemeanors but still so many questions as to where paul
pelosi was coming from and where he was going. questions that will not be answered tonight. back to you. dion: many thanks. on the at 11:00, a terrifying suspected arson at a family furniture stores in oakland. take a look in this video shared with me by the family. you can see someone walk into the outlet furniture at 2:00 on may 15. the family says the individual poured an accelerant on some furniture and set it on fire. you can see the flames. they anticipate closing for the next several months and estimate damages to be over $100,000. oakland police are investigating. oakland's parker elementary as part of several schools the district plans to close or merge. parents are fighting back, escalating efforts to save the school. e parker elementary
school first opened in the 1920's but had its final graduation last wednesday and some parents never went home. >> manda group of others and community members decided to stay and occupy the school. cornell: the sit in protest involves pitching tents outside the grade school. others are occupying classrooms inside. this is months after oakland unified school district officials decided to climb this -- close this school and others. activists say that is not what this underserved community needs. >> they want to take that away from kids that actually need this. cornell: it's liberation of the school needs a reopening and a new name. they say classes taught by community members start on tuesday. cornell: but this is considered
trespassing by the school district. >> they tried to chain the back fences and lock us out of the cafeteria. and we're still here and not leaving. cornell: in a statement, ousd says that they recognize that some people are upset and says that they would like them to choose a different means of protests. going forward, parents say these tents are not going anywhere and neither are they until their message is heard. >> where planning on being here until ousd reopens parker or keeps it as a community center. cornell: the education standoff continues. cornell barnard, abc 7 news. dion: the president and first lady traveled to uvalde today where they met with the families of the victims at the massacre at the elementary school.
video from outside the school minutes after the gunman entered the building. the justinartment wi now investigate how police officers. >> abc news obtaining new video from outside robb elementary school. this shows police breaking windows as they try to help students out of the building. we hear what appears to be dispatch audio that officers are on the phones with students trapped in those classrooms. texas law enforcement detailing those calls. >> she identified herself and whispered, she is in room 112. at 12:10, she called back in room 12 and her advisor was dead. at 12:16 she called back and
said there is eight to nine students alive. andrew: daniel garza was inside a classroom during this. >> he was staring at people through the window. andrew: sources tell abc news when federal agents arrived on the scene, they encountered a scene of confusion and chaos. a customs and border team defied authorities and went in at 12:50 p.m., 77 minutes after the terror began. >> they heard repeated orders to not go into the classroom, but eventually they convinced superiors to do whatever they could do to rescue children. that is when they went in and killed the suspect. andrew: the justice department says they will conduct an investigation into the handling of the shooting. president joe biden and the first lady paid their respects
to the memorial outside of robb elementary school and meeting with the families of victims, survivors, and first responders. the crowd chanting, do something. the president responding, we will. andrew dymburt, abc news, new york. dion: a church has set up a memorial for the victims of the shooting. 21 chairs are now lined up outside of the week towers methodist church. each chair has the name of the victim, one for each of the 19 students and two teachers killed. the chair tribute was organized by the pastor and youth members of the convocation and they hope it sends a message. >> it is like, hey, let's do something so we don't have to do this again. we can go on and on and keep adding more and more because more and more shootings and we don't need to do that. dion: the public is invited to visit the memorial.
warriors coach steve kerr spoke out against gunfire us -- gun violence. he spoke once again about taking action and spoke about the giants' gabe kapler's protest. >> in professional sports, we really have a platform. i don't ever feel like everybody has to use that platform. if you feel comfortable doing so, then it is important to do so. so i applied gabe for sticking -- applaud gabe for sticking his neck out there. my view is peaceful protest is the american way. dion: kapler has been avoiding the field during the national anthem as a protest following the texas shooting. he said he may suspend that
decision before tomorrow's game in recognition of memorial day. a fugitive wanted in the shooting last month in downtown las vegas has been captured. officers arrested mtula payton at the las vegas strip. peyton as well as his brothers were east -- each charged with three counts of murder. they were part of a gun battle that hurt six people and 12 others outside of a club. meet a victim of gun violence that is legally blind, but that is not stopping him of chasing his dream of becoming a professional skateboarder. >> the nba finals are set and it will be the warriors and celtics that get ready for game one on thursday. spencer: increasing wind speed, decreasing humidity, and elevated fire concerns.
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quick work of a fire earlier today at elizabeth. no one was hurt and the cause is still under investigation. bottlerock napa valley wrapped up today but was without -- ask. liters canceled its set because of covid. the popular rock group was scheduled to perform on the final day, today. the group tweeted yesterday that it was a huge bummer. the tweet did not say who tested positive. tonight a story of
determination. gun violence taking the eyesight of a san francisco teenager who refuses to give up his dream of becoming a professional skateboarder. tara campbell has the story. >> pushing the limits, zion isn't giving up his dream. the 19-year-old lost his left -- his eyesight last year, still determined to become a professional skateboarder. >> the fact that i can still do it, especially due to my accident, i can't give up. reporter: zion is legally blind after being shot in a senseless act of gun violence. now owning his new identity. >> i kind of had to memorize in my head how it looks so i usually walk this way. reporter: his cane guiding his way. >> i try something until i land
it and sometimes i do, and sometimes i don't. it is all about practicing. reporter: and his unwavering positivity is a result of his mother. >> part of my motivation and part of my dedication of hard-working determination and consistency, i have had to learn all of those things and those are things i learned from my mom. she did it, she raised me all by herself all of these years. a big part of my character and a big part of the way is a reflection of my mom. reporter: and his unwillingness to give up is capturing the imaginations of his fellow skateboarders and inspiring them. >> he is getting out here and getting the best balancing attempts. when i get on here, i can slide off, but he is out here doing so much stuff and it is crazy. >> zion himself admitting that
he does not completely understand his ability. >> commitment is one thing that i can definitely say as a part of it. tara: commitment, and he says community. >> skateboarding, it is all a big family so we all get survived with each other. -- so we all get to vibe with each other. things can seem scary but if you take risks and if you just keep going for it, you might achieve it. tara: tara campbell, abc 7 news. dion: he is already so remarkable. i can't wait to see what he achieves. spencer: it is an amazing story. zion and his mom are amazing. here's what is going on with our weather, which is taking a turn to the windy side, which means elevated fire concerns. along the coast we have gusts of
35 miles per hour, especially in some spots. it is going to be gusty again tomorrow in the afternoon. we have plummeting humidity is in some spots and we have a mix of temperature changes over the last 24 hours. it is warmer by several degrees. it is cooler by several degrees last night at this time. san francisco into the south bay and parts of the east bay. here's a live view from our exploratorium camera. it is 53 degrees right now in san francisco. 59 in san jose and 52 at half moon bay. we have a view from the bouncy east bay camera, looking westward across the bay. petaluma at 52, napa at 58. concord is the warm spot at -- and a live view from our camera looking at the breezy embarcadero.
sunny and breezy tomorrow on memorial day. the fire concern for the next two days and a warming trend through wednesday but a cooler weather pattern will develop over the weeks and. -- week's end. mainly upper 40's to low 50's. lakeport will see lows of the low 40's. tomorrow's highs under windy conditions at the coast and breezy conditions everywhere else. 66 in san francisco. san jose will warm up to 75. inland east bay, mainly upper 70's to around 80. upper 70's to low 80's tomorrow. the red flag warning will be in effect for sonoma county. wind gusts will be around 35 miles per hour. about five to 15% under those
conditions and fires could spread quickly. tomorrow morning, we will see the strongest gusts in the afternoon and evening. that is why the red flag warning is in effect. warming up rather sharply on tuesday, wednesday will be the warmest day of the week with highs in the low 90's. temperatures will taper off going into the weekend. dion: a small percentage of showers, but one we will take anyways. just ahead, welcome to the carnaval. after being in a two year pause after being in a two year pause ♪ pop it like it's hooooot. pop it like it's hot.♪ ♪ pop it like it's hot.♪ ♪♪ pop it like it's— pop my $6.49 classic and spicy 50/50 popcorn chicken combo. only at jack in the box.
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participants than they originally expected and a big crowd came to take it all in. carnaval also includes this street fair that ran all weekend. the lineup featured 3000 artists representing cultural heritages of brazil, mexico, cuba, columbia, and el salvador along with many other countries that took part in today's parade. chris alvarez joining us with a preview and it is warriors all the way. chris: coming up in sports, then there were two. warriors and celtics. the next stop, the nba finals. we will get you ready for
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river rock casino. chris: turns out draymond green was right after all after the warriors won the west on thursday. they caught some flack after miami extended the series to seven, but at the end it will be the warriors and celtics. under six to go in the fourth, jason tatum hits the triple eight at a team-high 26. he was named to the first ever larry bird eastern conference. jimmy butler played all 48, had a game-high 35 one minutes ago. kyle lowerya fiveammii r stshewn. 20 seconds to go, butler 43 in the lead. could be a hero, but it is short, and austin gets their free throws and holds on for a
win -- boston gets their free throws and hold on for a win. the finals is thursday night here on abc 7. >> that is the finals and we understand that. the guys were quick to celebrate but also flip the page. we all fall in line and appreciate that standard of excellence. we play for championships and we are here now trying to finish the deal. chris: warriors-celtics. m1 is thursday night from chase cam way. giving a chance to rest and recover. : state a perfect 9-0 at home this season. game one thursday right here on abc 7. >> we have to bake -- two days off and then we get the weekend to play.
the focus is to get the body back to where you wanted to. definitely getting the rhythm and make sure you are doing all of the stuff you're doing. to stay start -- to stay sharp. >> the minute that next series finishes, i can do is start thinking about your opponent. chris: stanford and arion state in the first ever tournament. scottsdale, bottom one, 16th homerun of the year and estimated 468, beating cardinals in a hurry. drew bowser unties it. it is 6-5 cardinal. autumn of the eight, now 7-5. stanford, cody hupp as the runner-up of the year. he is going to get that dark night mask and in the ninth, cartogram fields it. -- carter graham fields it.
the carnival hosts the ncaa regionals this weekend. giants and a's both won today. for now, abc 7 sports, sponsored by river rock casino. abc 7, the home of the nba finals. dion: we need the reminder. thanks, chris. for the millions of americans traveling the holiday weekend, the trip has been anything but smooth for many of them. soaring gas prices for drivers and for those flying, there are all kinds of headaches. what is behind thousands of flights being canceled. and it is going to sound odd, but could fresh organic strawberries be linked to a hepatitis outbreak?
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moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. dion: whether it is by car or plane, roughly 39 million people are expected to travel over the holiday weekend, nearing pre-pandemic levels. but it is not exactly smooth sailing. it is all clear at san francisco international airport tonight, but that might not be the case's other parts of the country. some of americans are running into travel nightmares. i could jack cheat with what is behind the problems. reporter: 39 million americans are expected to travel this memorial day weekend. the unofficial kickoff to summer. airlines are seen travel return to pre-pandemic levels. >> just having an adventure after being home for quite some
time in the pandemic and all of the restrictions. reporter: tsa expected to screen 2 million people throughout the day on monday, but travelers are spending more on those flights. airfares up 39% and can -- flight complications -- cancellations or complicating travel for some. already more than 200 flights are canceled for monday. roads expected to be busy as well. aaa believes 5 million americans will be driving to their holiday destinations. >> auto travel is expected to be 5% higher even though drivers will be paying the most for gasoline this weekend than they ever have before. reporter: fuel now hitting and -- a 10 year high. >> over $100 to fill up the tank. it is in the back of our head how much we're going to spend, but we have got to enjoy life. reporter: experts advise the best time to hit the road for
home is before 11:00 a.m. on monday. the increase in travel could likely continue through the summer. >> we are expecting that it is going to be a very robust travel period. people just want to get up and go. dion: the national memorial day concert returned this evening in washington, d.c. it was held on the lawn of the u.s. capitol for the first time since the start of the pandemic. the role memorial day events will honor the sacrifice of the men and women who died while serving the country. the hillsboro memorial day event features a parade at 10:00 a.m. at townhall. one of mill's biggest events begins tomorrow at 10:30. in san francisco, senator alex
padilla will join the department of veteran affairs at the san francisco cemetery for a memorial ceremony at 11:00 a.m. and a memorial ceremony will be held in liverpool starting at 11:00. election day in san francisco is over a week today and early voting is underway. voters will decide whether to recall chase aberdeen. san francisco's director of elections says they are seeing more people vote in person compared to other recent elections. >> the covid relation to election fear is less now than it was two years ago. people are more comfortable with the idea of coming to city hall to drop off their ballots. also going to a polling place to drop off their valid -- ballot. dion: the centers will reopen on tuesday and stay open every day through election day on june 7.
polls are open that day from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. ukrainian president volodymyr zelenskyy spent today thanking soldiers for their service. he visited troops and presented each service measure -- member with a metal. -- medal. lithuania has raised money to buy a combat drone for ukraine. there are new developments on an outbreak of hepatitis a in california and two other states. the fda says it may be linked to organic strawberries. they're investigating two brands , heb, and fresh kampo. they were sold at places like sprouts and walmart. if you have strawberries from any of those stores in your freezer, throw them out. most of the 17 cases were reported a month ago but hepatitis a symptoms can last for two months. still ahead, you're are never
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shape on twin peaks in san francisco. volunteers spent today hanging pink streamers and setting up -- to outline the triangle. the symbol was originally used to identify homosexual prisoners in nazi germany, but now san francisco uses it as a shining beacon of pride month. and abc 7 news is proud to be the sponsor of the san francisco pride parade on june 26 created
-- june 26. you can see all of our coverage during pride month and year-round at abc7news.com /pride. may is recognized as mental health awareness month and older american month. the mental health of seniors is a growing issue that needs attention. dustin dorsey introduces you to a man strengthening minds for meditation. >> breathing in, out. reporter: in a time where seemingly so much negative surrounds us, seniors at this living center in san jose are finding a sense of calm. >> direct the energy up. reporter: the cdc says over 70 million americans over the age of 75 experienced direction -- depression each year. these meditation classes are one of the many resident led activities to strengthen their mental health. >> it is important to involve
yourself with other people, to socialize, and just in general, workouts make you feel better, make you feel stronger, and make you feel safer. reporter: it is important to him let -- to let the members of the community lead the class, to give them back a sense of the control that they may lose. >> this exercise that we work on , it is the meditation. it started in china 1000 years ago. >> everyone knows him. if anyone has a question regarding meditation or tai chi, he is the man. reporter: the master said he would rather have his class do the talking rather than do an interview. the tai chi master has earned six degrees and learn the med -- learned the art of meditation in china. >> he is extremely important.
a lot of the staff here has learned a lot from him as well and it all centers around our mental well-being and our physical health because those two go hand in hand. without one, it is hard to do the other. reporter: he hopes to teach mental strength of his community can live an active and fulfilling life. dion: he is so energetic for 92. we may be wrapping up mental health week but we are here for you anytime. you can find an ally to help care for your mental health by checking out local resources at abc7news.com/takeaction. spencer, do you think you will be doing the weather at 92? spencer: i might want to, but i don't know if you will want to hear it. [laughter] mainly clear skies orn and
casey: overnight lows will range from the upper 40's to lower 50's for the most part. we have sunny skies especially near the coast. highs will range from upper 60's at the coast to lower 60's around the bay shoreline. ab 84 degrees in the warmest inland spots. and i have a red flag warning in effect for tomorrow in solano county and much of the valley. relative humidity will be dangerously low and fires may spread quickly in conditions like that. notice how hot it is going to be inland on wednesday, low 90's to 80 on the bay shoreline. temperatures will fall back into a more seasonable range on friday and there is a chance of sprinkles or showers next weekend. of course, that is a week away so things could change. dion: we will watch it closely. chris alvarez once again joining us with a preview of sports. chris: coming up in sports, four days and counting until the nba
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river rock casino. chris: in the nba's 75th anniversary season, it is appropriate that two of their original franchises are clamoring for baseball's biggest prize. the finals begin thursday right here on abc 7. the warriors are a perfect 9-0. the celtics need seven games to win the east. the warriors have the benefit of extra rest and a home routine. >> you go to the finals and it n r n beds. two monthourney to it i very helpfulavingsaid alloo ouand do all o>> stainhe home c.
just trying to take care of business at home and just trying to get the momentum where we have. >> the fans can really tell you a difference now from when you have a full crowd so i am glad that chase center is rocking like this. chris: shifting to baseball, the giants on the first leg of a 10 day road trip. real fans on a hot cincinnati day. bottom seven, reds up 2-0. evan longoria fires home and the runner is out. out he is. giants or no-hit into the seventh but in the eighth, peterson. a run scores and the floodgates open later in the inning. two on, two out for evan longoria, and there goes his fifth homerun in as many games.
this gives the giants a 4-2 lead. luis gonzalez into the left-field corner and that is going to be fair. a six run eighth inning in the giants this week. up next is the three-game set in philly starting tomorrow. the's tried to avoid a four-game sweep against the rangers. former aide marcus semien's throws at home, broken up at the plate. top of the ninth, two outs and the pitch gets away. we are tied at five. bottom nine, jed lowrie. jason portray headed home and the throw is way off. it is lowry's seventh career walk-off hit. we are 15 weeks from the season opener in chicago. number five expected to take the reins from number 10 at
quarterback this fall. since every nfl experience is new this season, it is a lot more comfortable with the year under his belt. >> you go through your first playoff games, going through the rookie year. throughout the year, everything is new. it is my first week one, week two, week three, so on. i was thankful for nate and all of the guises in the locker room. for me, that was the coolest thing to be able to be part of that locker room last year. chris: the largest crowd at the indy 500 saw hundred 25,000 fans. jimmy fan -- jimmie johnson making a hard crash. luckily he was able to walk away from that. a 15 minute delay so the race would not end under question. on turn, one of the final lap. argus erickson holds off.
-- marcus erickson holds off pepto howard. back to the warriors, two of the biggest names during this playoff hail from the same city. both jp and loon were asked who is got the bigger name in their hometown. >> which of y'all is more famous in milwaukee? >> i don't know, jordan poole is hot right now. >> stop it. >> he has got his own streak. >> it is hot right now. i have got no streak. once he get paid, he can probably clock me on the street. [laughter] chris: how about looney lane and poole parkway? abc 7 sports, sponsored by river rock casino. gotta love the alliteration. thank you. you can watch all of our
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