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until election day, the san francisco da getting support or make rights leader. >> launches. wow. kumasi: it was a whole party at chase center. warriors lifted over the celtics. golden state headed to boston. >> relieved. reggie: carol and tyler. warriors fans can breathe again now that game 2, they did it. their reaction. kumasi: summer heat returns and drew is here tracking the increase in temperatures. reggie: i did not expect that. kumasi: we are starting the
morning with carolyn. drew: did we find her? kumasi: doesn't matter. she was there. reggie: could it not be florida? not delete east coast what is -- not be the east coast? what is going on? drew: is not going to be as muggy. we talk about air you can wear. the whole thing, it was not nice. today, you will find lower humidity, temperatures comfortable. by the end of the week, we track summerlike heat. fog in half-moon a but elsewhere just fine. cooler morning compared to yesterday morning. 54 in the city, 53 in santa
rosa. a bit of fog, not too thick of a marine layer. lots of sunshine today. sunny skies that the afternoon, comfortable, 70's and 80's away from the house, but we are tracking hotter temperatures later this week. reggie: south bay, a car crashed into a tree just before 2:30 this morning in san jose not far from highway 87. badly this car was damaged and see the mark on the street. 10 as a police not telling us what led up to the crash or the condition of the driver. kumasi: tomorrow is election day. the da now has one of the
nations most well-known civil rights leaders on his side. amy hollyfield is live at city hall. >> that is in the big item on the alex -- whether to recall jason putin. boudin received a boost from jesse jackson was here to lend his support, but opponents were out rallying as well. they argue crime is up against san francisco while the da says he is arguing for reform. >> i am optimistic that san francisco will recall the da. san franciscans do not feel safe and want something different. >> chesa boudin says his polling
shows the race is going to be close. another paul shows that support for the recall is a strong prayer what matters is voter turnout, so the push is on to get out and vote before tomorrow night. kumasi: every registered voter in california getting a melon ballot. you can mount those back through tomorrow. postage is free. you can return them in designated drop boxes. early voting centers now open. if you have not registered, it is not too late to do that. conditional voter registration up to and including election day. reggie: warriors responded to a tough loss with a blowout win over boston in game 2. jordan paul beat the buzzer to
end. steph curry scored 29 points. they are now tied one gave a piece to boston -- one game as the series shifts to boston. >> we just continue to apply pressure. these first two games have gone well, but i do not know what it will look like on the road. it is about being confident. >> how did that play? you have got a career on your hands. did dj make the trip to boston? pretty cool. >> yep. kumasi: [laughter] yep. outside chase center, warriors fans celebrated the win over the boston celtics. jared is in the middle of the
excitement and heart a million days-- caught up with a familiar face. >> there is even one east. >> the net greatly less game but i am feeling well right now. >> fans ecstatic. some say it was the lucky shoes, but others believe young benny was key to success for the does. the nine-year-old, who is been called lucky by some, sadly had his warriors bike stolen, so the organization invited him and his family to the game. >> we got a call this morning, so we were excited. >> got down here as fast as we could. >> i was happy. i first learned what a box is an
even more happy. >> a box seat with a curry signed jersey, almost as good as those who dressed in pool attire to attend the pool party with jordan poole and steph curry. >> i want to be in the championship jacuzzi. >> sure it does feel good knowing the warriors are going to boston tied at one. carolyn tyler likes it and is looking for another ring. >> relieved. >> i never had any worries. more confident after that third, but it is still a tossup. >> how do you dance after this game? >> don't you love looking at the video walls, especially when? if you want to watch games 3 and
4 from the bay area, they have viewing parties at chase center. they will be held inside for $20 a person. money goes to charities. reggie: abc7news is the only place to watch the finals. our coverage starts wednesday at 5:00 p.m. nba countdown at 5:30. game 3 temperatures often 6:00. we are livestreaming warriors content on our app. drew: 5:08. live look from south beach right now. looks pretty a few cloud is in the sun rises. we had rain yesterday one byproduct is we are finally seeing lower pollen count. that ring is cleansing our atmosphere.
tree pollen at low levels, but grasp pollen is still an issue -- grass pollen is still an issue. usually in the sky. any moisture we had yesterday is out of here. gray skies and lower humidity than yesterday -- dryer skies we will him through the 60's this morning. wide range of temperatures. 50's and 60's near the ocean, but away 70's and 80's. early morning fog around half moon bay, but sunshine away from the coast. 74 in oakland, 68 in the city. going to feel like summer by friday. privilege it key in our warmest
spots, 80's and 90's around the bay shoreline -- triple digit heat in our warmest scots, 80's and 90's around reboot baby shoreline. jobina: no blockage right now. live look in emeryville showing 80. the millie's nice and clear. oakland 880 at the coliseum, headlines are traveling southbound. no problems to report, but we are seeing a slowdown out of tracy. overall, you can see a stretch coming out of tracy in the red. everything else is green. reggie: mass shootings across the country this weekend -- a group of senators continue to work on a potential deal of gun
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one of the deadliest years on record after at least a dozen mass shootings over the weekend. jobina: one was in chattanooga, tennessee early sunday morning. officials believe there were multiple shooters. it is the second mask shooting in the sitting -- the city in the last week. in philadelphia, three people killed late saturday night when multiple gunmen opened fire into a crowd and any entertainment district. chris murphy says the senate is
closer than ever to getting something done to address gun violence. >> republicans realize how scared parents and kids are. it is a test of the federal government as to whether we can deliver at a moment of fierce anxiety. jobina: murphy said red flag laws, narrower background checks and more resources for mental health care and school safety could end up in the final package, but that package not include assault weapons ban. reggie: warriors war orange shirts that read end gun violence. that color has become synonymous with nonviolence awareness and was prominent over the weekend at various events. now a story only on abc seven --
the search is on for carjacking suspects who led police on a high-speed chase east bay. police say multiple people stole the car. that led to the initial case, which stretched into alameda and back to oakland. they tracked the stolen car on several different highways than several busy intersections. the thieves eventually ditched the maserati. you can see a driver get out of her van. police say she was there to pick up the suspects. several people detained during the chase but not the suspects -- carjacking suspects. kumasi: take a look at this sideshow in the san jose. alterable vehicles took part, with hundreds locking the
intersection. a fire truck could not even get to a car accident because of a mother sideshow. people were long the freeway off ramp watching the fireworks as this happened. no word on any arrests or injuries. also a violent weekend in the south bay. gunfire in sin is a claimed two lives, including the victim at a safeway start. police spent most of the day at the store. family members down when they learned the who was killed was a relative. the victim in altercation with demand prior to around 3:30 yesterday morning. reggie: an unrelated shooting happened hours earlier south san jose. police did make it arrest in that case.
the suspect has been booked and faces a homicide charge. kumasi: the group protesting school closures in oakland says it will announce specific demands to end the cited. those who may cap oakland educational justice activists have had members in parker elementary school every day since may 25. parker is slated to be closed for good. the district calls the closures a cost-cutting move, but many say these closures disproportionately affect communities of color. apple's worldwide development conference kicks off today entirely online. here is what we can expect -- new operating systems will wches. new there is also talk about air.
reggie: uber has unveiled a new list of objects writers usually forget. austen takes the prize short most forgotten items. the most commonly combined items are phones, while come the keys, but what was interesting is the unusual things people left. one item -- 500 grams of caviar, cat litter, a pizza costume, chicken nugget, a bucket of slime, and a bernie sanders any pack -- fanny pack. drew: 500 grams of caviar sounds expensive. this probably in an uber black car. do you know what i mean? reggie: especially if it did not make a difference to you that you left it behind.
kumasi: we should have a caviar holiday. you know how they have that -- i went, right in theid yes to all. kumasi: next time you will be like, my caviar, where is that? drew: have you ever left anything in an uber? i never got it back. reggie: you give the drivers a little something. you know what i mean? apparently, kumasi has caviar. drew: 5:19 on this nice morning. i want to return his kumasi in my second life. live look outside. we had a bit of drizzle the last
of of ours, but skies are wearing out, and it beat today is lower humidity. this weekend was muggy, but today is all about sunny skies, comfortably warm, late in the week, simulate keeping develops and sticks giant - sticks around. but right now, a light jacket needed. not too terribly windy. greasy and sunny day, nice looking weather -- breezy and sunny day, 79 in san jose, 74 in palo alto. anyone in napa -- 81 in napa. many in the 50's and low 60's tuesday. late in the week, thursday,
summer like he returns. hottest day this week is friday -- triple digit to our warmest spots. that changed on saturday. sharply cooler by saturday. since guys today. he intensifies by thursday. talk more many on that hot port many on friday. sunday the ruler of the two days this weekend. reggie: the power of the pen. after decades of exchanging letters, two penpals meet face-to-face.
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chattanooga, tennessee. reggie: reverend jesse jackson knowing his support behind chesa boudin as he tries to fight off a recall. election day tomorrow. kumasi: a section of the national aids quilt will be on display at san francisco city hall today in larger section will be on full display at golden gate park this weekend. reggie: warriors beat the celtics in game 2 of the nba finals. the series and moves to boston. you can watch live right here in abc 7. drew: we are comfortably warm this afternoon, temperatures in the 50's and 60's this morning. later on, 70's and 80's. jobina: commuter alert from bart -- there is a commuter that shane equipment problem on the tracks in the richmond
direction. kumasi: the queen made an appearance on the final day of her platinum to believe she is humbled and touched. reggie: if you are trying to fly this weekend, thousands of flights were canceled. problems expected to continue throughout the summer. >> summer travel chaos -- many experts predicting mayhem at airport. >> this summer will be challenging. the airlines are having trouble getting the right number of people hired in the right jobs. there is also a shortage of aircraft several airlines. >> timber bets speaking from salt lake city, trying to get home to austin. her flight was canceled. her new one would not get her home for another four hours. >> no explanation, no reason, no
one trying to be helpful. >> what should you do if your plans are canceled at the last minute? heart story abouthrelice of hum- who live 5000 mile the fahanthree cas of exchanging letters. they started writing 33 years ago and have kept in touch this entire time, developing a lifelong friendship. this weekend, they met in person for the first time. >> she is the one who said we need to broaden our horizons. let us connect in brazil, am going to. up and connect you. >> we can have so many wonderful
feelings for a person you have never seen. kumasi: both women grew up to be attorneys. they credit their love of writing for forging a bond that has been so long. reggie: the jack harlow meal at kentucky fried chicken spicy sandwich, macaroni and cheese, fries and lemonade. harlow says the meal brings together his childhood favorite and some new menu items. brittney griner now retained for nearly four months. the vigil friends and family has planned. kumasi: jill biden heading into california at week. the commencement speech she will be giving.
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russian sister city. reggie: masks back at another california school district. good morning. kumasi: we start with a check of our forecast. drew: that humidity we had over the weekend out of here. you will deal more comfortable and run and this afternoon. great bit all across the post -o the coast not too thick. a bit cooler in this morning compared to yesterday, but we will warm up as the day goes on. limited follow the this vantage point. a bit greasy. a lot of sun on the way. sunny skies by lunchtime into the 60's and 70's.
comfortable, not too hot. but summer like he does make a comeback friday. kumasi: the house select committee investigating the january 6 attack will hold its first primetime hearing and present its findings to the public. >> it will lay out its findings and showed previously unseen footage from that deadly day. it has not announced to will testify thursday, but the committee wants to know if the attack was part of an orchestrated effort to overturn the 2020 election. the committee has conducted over 1000 depositions and interviewed with our schedule. kevin mccarthy and others subpoenaed. >> what occurred on january 6 was definitely a dark day for
our country. our challenge is to get to the facts and circumstances. jobina: the january 6 committee cannot communally charge anyone, but members hoping to highlight potential criminal behavior for law enforcement to investigate. fall deadline to share its findings. kumasi: hot intentions on the korean pencil this morning. the u.s. and south korean militaries launched 8 missiles response to north korea's display. they south says they detected 8 north korean short missiles fired over the course of 35 minutes this weekend weekend. reggie: pressure mounting on santa fe to cut ties with this sister city in russia --
mounting on san jose >> centre says mayor is saying he will not cut ties with his sister city in russia. this just days after zelenskyy made a plea to several american cities. >> what do those ties give you? probably nothing, but they allow russia to say it is not isolated. >> sam liccardo attended the conference. the canadian president took direct aim. >> some of the deadliest rockets -- which still remain the sister city of san jose. >> this sentence a three consul number enough is enough. >> to note that we are remaining
sister cities with cities committing genocide is tragedy. >> the councilmember that he charge back in march, but the council and mayor instead voted to send a strongly worded letter. >> it was in the earliest daysw. now we cannot ignore that. >> the mayor says peace will only come when there is a regime change, which requires doing all we can to urge russian citizen to set up for peace. that requires that we keep lines of communication open. >> the tally up is the cofounder of a bay area-based ukrainian not profit. -- natalia is the cofounder
she says it's one thing to keep an open but another to keep a tight. >> it means an affinity with people producing rockets, murdering ukrainians. >> the councilmembers says that she will put her foot forward again this week and hopes her colleagues are ready to get on board. reggie: the world's largest hotel chain the halting operations in russia. marriott had already closed corporate offices in russia, but this is taking a step further. the chain is providing housing to ukrainian refugees and donating to relive organizations tonight, a vigil to call for the release has been pouring in. briner has been detained since leaders calling for the federal
government to stephanie for her release. kumasi: today, jill biden will be at grand canyon national park. tomorrow, she will be giving the keynote address at los angeles city college commencement. dr. biden currently teaches english and writing at north virginia community college. reggie: masks returning to the classroom, now required for the final two leaks school in sacramento. the district lifted its mandate just two months ago, but cdc data currently shows a high transmission rate. kumasi: covered restrictions easing in beijing today. workers allowed to return to offices. restaurants can resume dying in
services. schools also resuming in person. museums, theaters, entertainment venues open but capacity cap and 25%. reggie: workers at a starbucks and abstain new york -- upstate new york kramer their store is closing because they voted to unionize. you need leaders think the closure is an attempt to intimidate workers. starbucks says employees displaced will have an opportunity to work there scanners. election day just one day away. chesa boudin getting last-minute support from one of the nation's biggest civil rights leaders. >> this race is getting national attention. we saw that over the weekend
when jesse jackson was. to show his support, calling the district attorney hey healer. chesa boudin's opponents believe justice reform is to blame for a crime rise in san francisco. boudin grateful for jackson's support, calling it an honor. >> we have got to remember to remind everybody to vote. the election is tuesday. the issues are important. >> we have had enough of his field policy and incompetent. -- his failed policies and incompetence. we are trying to mobilize voters. >> boudin has a poo -- poll
that shows it will be a tight risk. but what matters is who shows up on election day. the elections department at city hall says it will start releasing luminary results at 8:45 tomorrow night. kumasi: festivities at wrapped up for the platinum jubilee last night. the queens appearance and message. reggie: the queen of christmas getting sued or one of her most favorite songs. -- over one of her most favorite songs, but first a check on the weather. drew: live look from our south beach camera showing you the bay bridge. starting to see the sun come up in the next 15 minutes. because of the rain we got yesterday, it did cleanse our
atmosphere of calm pollen. but grass pollen is still at moderate levels. high uv index this time of year. a few faint clouds actually had a bit of drizzle this morning in part of the south bay. this is the weakening cold front that will bring about lower humidity later today. by 10:00 a.m., warming through the 60's, but most of us will not need it this afternoon. away from the coast, 70's and low 80's. a lot of sunshine coming your way. 68 in the city, 84 in santa rosa. by is the end of the ruth, some are likely does make a comeback.
by saturday, that he hangs from. a closer look at how long we deal with warm temperatures coming up. jobina: we have a wind advisory for the venetian bridge and also on guard, a commuter alert due to an equipment problem. 10 minute delay. san mateo bridge, everything moving at the limit. same goes for 680 in walnut creek. highway 85 to leaks and as a highway 85 to leaks and as a airport,dan o'dowd and i approved this message.
elon musk promised to pay a million customers $30,000 a year if they bought his car. they bought his car. so, where's their money? he promised customers if they bought his car, its value would increase to $200,000. they bought his car. so, where's their money? he promised investors if they bought his stock, they would get $50 billion a year in profits from robotaxis. they bought his stock. so, where's their money? and he told investors tesla was worth $1 trillion by claiming tesla was the leader in driverless robotaxi technology. but tesla doesn't have driverless robotaxi technology. tesla's full self-driving software requires a driver! many other companies have already deployed
driverless robotaxis that are way ahead of tesla's. so where's the investors' money? in the last year, elon musk pulled $48 billion out of tesla, seven times the profits they've ever made. his ceo compensation was 1,000 times the average for a fortune 500 ceo. elon, is your full self-driving software just a trillion-dollar ponzi scheme? did you become the wealthiest man in history by swindling customers and investors? i'm dan o'dowd and i'm running for u.s. senate because congress needs to shut down elon musk's full self-driving fiasco. someone needs to stand up to him. reggie:reggie: pride and prejudice is the inspiration behind fire island.
it is about friends who gather for their yearly summer vacation. this star is also the writer and executive producer. he brought on his life best friend to play his best friend in the movie. >> there is a wave of progressive legislation being passed and targeting lgbtq use. it is vital to show our humanity and to show we can live without shame and feel proud of who we are. reggie: the film also touches on social divides of class and race within the gay community. fire island is now streaming on who live. kumasi: the platinum jubilee wrapped up. thousands came out to watch the grand finale, which featured a
hologram of the queen, but the highlight was a surprise appearance by the queen on the buckingham palace balcony. . >> we have got people out, talking to each other. it has been a great weekend. kumasi: the queen issued a statement thanking everyone who took part in the festivities. she said while i have not attended every event, my heart has been with you all, and i remain committed to serving reggie: queen of christmas facing an infringement lawsuit. vince vance says he wrote and recorded a song called all right i want for christmas is you five years before mariah carey's hit
of the same name. he accuses her of causing confusion. stone says nobody obtained his permission for use of the title. madonna and rihanna both have a song called take a bow. it happens. it does not mean they are the same. drew: that song came out in 1994. why now? also, people are looking up that song and to come across his -- reggie: bonus, because i have never heard of vince vance. kumasi: they could have a conversation about it. drew: how would you even reach mariah carey? she barely knows ariana grande. reggie: do not do this to her. drew: who else was there?
reggie: jennifer judd -- jennifer hudson. mariah carey knows two other people in the music his nose. drew: lower humidity today, and comfortable afternoon and temperatures close to average. i see a bit of fog. a lot of sunshine later and a lot of us are welcoming less humid weather. it was muggy over the weekend. some rainfall helped to lessen our wildfire threat. you will see sunshine later today, but summerlike heat does it develop later this week. 50's and 60's as you step out this morning. onshore breeze not terribly strong but we will feel it later. 85 in antioch today, 79 in san
jose, 84 in santa rosa. overnight, fog along the coast and around the bay shoreline. numbers close to 60 as we head into tuesday. by the end of the week, thursday, heat intensifies. 90's make a comeback. friday, triple digit key in a lot of cities away from the coast. looks like that does continue for the first half of the week. saturday, we hang onto that heat, but sunday noticeably cooler. heat ramps up thursday and into friday. still warmer to hide on saturday. cooler weather on sunday. kumasi: dr. strange and the
multi-verse of madness has crossed the line hundred million dollars mark. later this month, you will be able to watch it on two plus. it will start streaming on june 22. usually, it takes at least two months for movies to come out on streaming. reggie: nassar partnering with spacex. the plan to blasted to the international space station five more times. kumasi: words of wisdom for anyone
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attention to dianne feinstein decision to hang the quote at city hall 35 years ago. it sparked a national movement to end stigma and hate. this weekend, it will also be shown at golden gate park. reggie: the zoo has changed locations several times making plaintiff. some -- since 1922 some guests had an opportunity. to . they partner with conservation groups to save wildlife around the world. -- is becoming the world's oldest person to sail solo along the pacific ocean. he arrived in western japan under the weekend. he has made that trip several
times. he made no port calls in that record-breaking trips i did check in with his family everyday. here's what he said, have a goal , work towards achieving it, and a beautiful place awaits. i could never. kumasi: first of all -- drew: what is the first? kumasi: he is like i am just out here. this is what i do. drew: to be alone in the ocean. what do you do? kumasi: he is reframing what life at 83 looks like. drew: true. there are no limits, not for me. maybe i will sail across the bay. kumasi: reggie, why not you? reggie: i like a clean bathroom.
i also get seasick. i cannot be on something that long. i also get sick of myself. [laughter] kumasi: there is medication for that. reggie: my medication is other people. drew: work on that, being alone. just oit bog outf there. in a store for a sunny day. it mainly good tomorrow, a couple of spots on a moderate side, but re-can we easily. resistor the city but elsewhere wins life this morning -- bree sees the city but elsewhere wind s light this morning. temperatures in the 50's and 60's right now.
you see a strip of cloud cover right here. we had drizzle this morning in the south bay but that is moving out. humidity levels lower today. temperatures warming into the 60's and this morning. this afternoon, 70's and 80's away from the coast. by noon, we find temperatures in the 60's and 70's. by 4:00, comfortably warm. kumasi: looking like the british private minister could be on his way out. reggie: amazon exploding stocks for investors, but will the price really drop? kumasi: warriors fans driving last night at chase enter.
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