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moving forward finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. america is supposed to be the land of free but really we're not free at all. heated reaction after his historic day in america the supreme court's decision to overturn roe v. wade will affect lives for generations and here in the bay area. the response was swift and at times dramatic as protesters took over part of 101. good morning everybody. it's saturday, june 25th. i'm liz kroitz. thanks for joining us and we're going to have more on the big decision from the supreme court in just a moment the first let's start with a quick look at the weather with meteorologist lisa arjun. good morning, lisa. hey, good morning to you. yes, we're starting out with some low clouds and fog by the shoreline. in fact fog from half moon bay
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up through santa rosa. you can see that dark area offshore big ridge of high pressure allowing for that warmth to stay with us inland. it is 60 in dublin in pleasanton closer to the bay mid-50s in oakland 48 in nevada with 52 in pacifica. so that is anywhere from a degree to about four to five degrees cooler southwest wind at two miles an hour through the delta allowing for that cooling effect and that sea breeze throughout the afternoon, but we will continue to see temperatures anywhere from about 10 degrees above average inland. so look at the numbers here from the 60s and 70s bayside and inland to the 80s by noon time and the coastal clouds will park in his partly sunny skies there but well into the 90s today the cooler day out of the weekend. we'll talk details about pride coming up. let's okay lisa. q protesters were stopping traffic in san francisco just before seven last night take a look at this caltrans video vehicles backed up along highway 101 at the intersection with
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octavia. chp officers were able to guide the protesters off the freeway and back on to city streets and these are protesters demonstrating the roe v wade decision. here's a look at cell phone video from the freeway the backup started to clear about half hour later and take a look now in los angeles protesters there got into a freeway on-ramp there was a heavy police presence demonstrators were also seen in the streets next to city hall the federal building hollywood and throughout downtown la at last check police say they have no reports of violence more protests and rallies are expected across the country today in response to the overturning of roe versus wade abc news reporter christine sloan reports. after the supreme court's big decision returning roe vs. wade from professional athletes pro-choice allows other people to be pro-life if that is what works for them.
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pro-life doesn't allow anybody to make a choice. eight leaders that makes this supreme court decision the most life-saving decision in the history of our nation. mad city boston and beyond president biden condemned the decision with rogue on must be very clear. the health and life of women in this nation now at risk inside the capital opposing views from democratic house speaker nancy pelosi and house republican leader. kevin mccarthy. it's a slap in the face to women about using their own judgment. to make their own decisions about their reproductive freedom americans celebrate this historic victory. because we know it will save the lives of millions of children the three decision from the court's conservative majority of held mississippi's abortion ban
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after 15 weeks five of those justices going even farther voting to overturn roe v wade itself. the court's liberal wing drafting a sharp descent justice stephen breyer asserting alito's ruling clear at the court due to three justices appointed by former president donald trump neil gorsuch brett kavanaugh and amy coney barrett whose decisive votes over. draw 13 states have trigger laws ending abortion access now that row is overruled 13 more states are now expected to move quickly to ban abortion christine, sloan across the bay area crs werut e groups outside of san francisco city hall, san jose city hall and the city hall in oakland. we're talking about hundreds possibly thousands of people protesting the supreme court's decision in san francisco the movement started. side the ferry building
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protesters came prepared to make their voices heard the group set off from the embarcadero to join a rally at city hall with planned parenthood, california and women's march sf abc news reporter. tim johns was on the streets as the protesters marched through the heart of the city. he takes a closer look at the events that took place. anger and determination following the supreme court's decision to overturn roe versus wade protesters descended on the streets of san francisco friday afternoon. i'm extremely disappointed that the supreme court has taken a million steps backwards. several rallies were held around the city from the steps of city hall to down major streets. one point chp even clearing around 200 protesters off of highway 101 and the far one tree has been working.
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outside of city hall karen. andy says she remembers the time before roe vs. wade and is shot the country's laws are now returning to that period i can't believe i'm out here. several political leaders were also out in force many att rally set up by planned parenthood there. they vowed to do everything they can to help protect women in other states. we're really going to rely on abortion funds and other people who are going to step up to support these people economically to get out of these states and get the care. they need while the court's ruling won't impact abortions in california several protesters say they want to see extra steps taken and initiative on the november ballot. we're guarantee abortion and contraceptive rights the state constitution. i feel incred be privileged to live here in san francisco where i have so many like-minded individuals and while protesters say they're frustrated by the days events. they tell us they're not going
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anywhere viewing friday as day one of a long fight ahead of them. i want to see all the young people in this country get out to vote. we have a really liberal generation. that is turning 18. i want to see them out at at the polls come midterms. and that was soon john's reporting and now let's take a closer. look at that rally in oakland following the roe v wade ruling you can see abortion rights protesters gathered as speakers took to the steps of city hall there a diverse group marched through downtown streets chanting and rerouting traffic along the way in the south bay. we found separate demonstrations of shock and celebration different reactions from different groups regarding the days development. here's abc 7 news reporter amanda del castillo. as a downtown san jose rally for reproductive rights kicked off. so two did a celebratory thanksgiving dinner both events in response to the overturning
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of roe v wade thanksgiving in the sense that we're giving thanks to god for the fact that babies will be saved the as a result of the supreme court case following friday's dinner pastor brian garcia. on valley reform baptist sunnyvale says the congregation would pray pray that california the governor. other elected leaders would soon pass similar anti-abortion rights laws as of their states the high court's decision promising development. according garcia. we believe that this is beginning of this movement and so it's only a matter of time before the gospel gets a foothold in california again, but as the church outside san jose hall if you ban abortion, there's just gonna be more unsafe abortions, you know, and i think it's it's just terrible the south bay community coming together fired up in frustrated over friday's. marked decision residents like
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urushi pandey who recognizes the safe haven, california provides governor gavinusa making it clear. state is a place where abortion access will remain including keeping available access to those living outside of california. pandas. concern is about the people left without any option simply because of their location, but just thinking about women or just people who are mothers who are to be mothers that don't have the same opportunities as me and and now don't have the same rights as me. politicians do this to our body i think we're going backwards in history. honestly in the south bay. i'm a medical studio abc 7 news and just hours after the decision came down governor newsom made it clear, california as a place where abortion access is going to remain even for those living outside of our state. in fact, the governor signed a
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bill that makes california a safe haven for abortion access. and just one week. that it believes guns should have more rights than women. is a dark day. for our little girls and all our children. who will now come of age in a nation with fewer rights? fewer freedoms and fewer protections than the generations before them. governor newsom joined with the governors of washington and oregon creating a west coast offensive protecting access to reproductive care. and there are more protests and events scheduled for today across the bay area in the south bay bans off. our bodies is holding a protests in san jose starting at 10 am. that's the address there is 200 east santa clara street at san jose city hall in the east bay representative. eric swalwell is expected to speak at a rally that's focused on standing up for women's reproductive freedom. that's at the planned parenthood in hayward at 10:32 a street
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starting at 10:15 this morning and we gathered all of our coverage on this topic into one place so you can see all of the angles locally and nationally and one spot. it's all on the abc 7 bay area app, which you can download for free for your apple tv android tv, amazon fire tv or roku. alright lisa as we had to break. let's go to check outside this morning. all right, we are looking at the low cloud and fog deck here from our sutro tower camera where visibility has been reduced up in santa rosa and that breeze through the delta this morning, so the cooler day just by a few degrees. we'll talk about a warm-up for pride and into early next week when we come back. thank you. lisa. also ahead san francisco's trans march returns after a pandemic pause. we're showcasing the official kickoff. i'm reggie abc seven mornings reminding you that prime. comes in every color and that's
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call 833-317-4673, here's a live look you can just see the tip there of the salesforce tower. so beautiful there with the fog carl the fog really showing off this morning. all right developing news this morning two people have been killed and at least 10 injured after a gunman opened fire outside of a popular lgbtq+ nightclub in oslo norway. also, please now suspect that this was a terror attack authorities. say the gunman identified as a 42 year old norwegian citizen originally from iran was arrested after opening fire at three locations in downtown. oslo including at a nightclub. that is popular within the lgbtq community called the london pub organizers say they have canceled the city's pride parade that was supposed to start later in the day after recommendations by authorities two guns have been recovered since the shooting. also, please confirm with abc news that the 10 injured are
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expected to survive loc. hear thousands of people are heading to san francisco this weekend to celebrate the first pride parade here in festival since 2019 has abc 7 news reporter cornell bernard explains. please say they have a plan to keep everyone safe and they're asking for the public for help. pride will be back on market street this sunday as one of the biggest parades in the country returns after three years and keeping massive crowds safe is the goal of san francisco. police chief william scott. he says every available officer will be on duty first of all. we need the eyes and ears of vigilance. to be at the forefront of everybody's minds the chief urges the public that if you see something say something scott says his department. with federal authorities, especially after police in idaho arrested 31 people earlier this month with ties to a white nationalist group which planned to riot at a local pride event as we know right now.
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no, no or credible threats to to our events here in san francisco. scott says his department isn't sure how protests concerning the overturning of roe versus wade will impact pride in terms of any protests or first amendment expressions that make come from roe versus weight. we want to make sure that we keep those a in 2019 10 people protesting the police locked arms and blocked the pride parade route the group agreed to leave after an hour if you're out with friends keep your friends close. don't lose anybody. don't leave anyone behind. don't accept drinks from strangers. well, there's no way to put on a parade and celebration the size of hours without working with the police department pride interim executive director suzanne ford hopes. everyone has a great time. so everybody make sure you're drinking enough fluids castro businesses like the cove restaurant wants folks to eat and spend money too. you know, we love our city and let's face it we haven't had a
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chance to show it off properly lately. so it's so exciting to see a lot of tourists back in town. happy pride cornell bernard abc 7 news. and there is a new effort to light up san francisco in a rainbow ahead of sunday's pride parade the carl. the fog twitter account is partnering with illuminate the arts to create what they call the world's largest pride flag six massive lasers extend from the ferry building down market street to the top of twin peaks. you can see it tonight from 9 to midnight and again on sunday and the trans march returned to san francisco yesterday in full force. this is the first time the event has happened in person since the start of pandemic and his abc 7 news reporter tara campbell tells us those participating say it couldn't come soon enough. well taking two san francisco's. dolored reed in the first trans march since the start of the pandemic. i mean, it feels really important for the queer community and the trans community to be back and
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especially today after everything that's been going on. they are referring to the overturning of roe versus wade and the ongoing goal for transgender rights talked about whether we even want to come today or not. just you never know. we're surrounded by people different opinions and i mean i even feel a little nervous being on the camera, you know, so nervous that they didn't want to share their name, but still relieve the march is back during the pandemic just wasn't seeing a lot of people who also are trans and because quarantining and whatever so it's got it feels really good to be around a lot of people and marissa johnson couldn't agree more here from salt lake city. i came out publicly as non-binary and my bosses saw my social media post and they're here in san francisco and they have a trans son and it's super important to them to support the lgbt community. marissa's bosses paying for
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their trip, so they could march when you take those steps in this market this evening. what do you think you're going? field i'm actually getting emotional. i was not expecting that but it's very validating. i don't have a lot of support in my life. that means a lot, you know. flags waving proudly down dolores street onto market the trans community in support of one another along with their allies. it's been a while since i've been able to gather in this type of way with the queer community. so it's really refreshing and empowering to see so manyout hel wesson says, well, it can be tough to stay. hope all she believes one step at a time the trans community will someday be fully accepted and i think there's a lot of good out there and i think that's it's case in point by seeing this turnout and just all the smiles on people's faces that you can't you can't stop that tara campbell abc 7 news.
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this week's san francisco city hall once again. heard extra marriage ceremonies leading up to pride the environment was colorful including a rainbow photo booth and a special pride themed marriage license many people signed up to celebrate their love and to tie the knot. we opened up over a hundred appointments today for marriage ceremonies, and we are marrying people all over san francisco city hall we missed the last couple of years because of the pandemic, but we're very excited to be opening up the space again to to all this love. no volunteer deputy marriage commissioners officiated the weddings. some couples say they waited to get married this week so they could celebrate pride for years to come and remember abc 7. is your home for live coverage of the pride parade. it starts sunday morning tomorrow morning at 10:30 wherever you watch abc 7 bay, area will all be part of that very excited for that tomorrow and lisa. let's check. let's take a look at the weather for pride weekend. yeah, it looks nice liz
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yesterday. it was pretty breezy. so you may have noticed some cooling. on the bay just 59 half moon bay while we had those 90s inland big ridge of high pressure offshore builds in for sunday and monday, but today once again, we're going to get that seabreeze so you can see just the tip of the salesforce tower there with all that low cloud deck. it is 54 in san francisco 56 in oakland 55 in mountain view 60 in san jose with 56 in santa clara in the fog is at the coast a better view here where you can see that deck of low clouds at about a thousand feet and continue to watch the clouds retreat and then that sea breeze kick in 51 in santa rosa petaluma 52 with 50 in napa 61 in fairfield 58 in concord livermore at 60 degrees. so overall we have cooled down just a little bit maybe about five degrees here in concord. otherwise, very little change out there, but that southwest wind really getting going this morning. so that's gonna allow perhaps to the numbers to stay in the 90s
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inland where as tomorrow will be closer to 100 degrees so coastal and bayside fog this morning hot ittand mild at the coast withthn holding into monday and then widespread cooling taking place as we get closer to that holiday weekend into next weekend. here's a look at that fog deck and you'll continue to see at ramp up along the coast move inland for your sunday and then it peels back but we will be looking. that the cooling effect for the parade. it's going to be just a gorgeous day out there with a lot of sunshine and that sea breeze really never letting up. so as we look at the afternoon two o'clock notice stopping this later on in the evening where the winds continue through the delta over 20 miles an hour a lighter seabreeze into the overnight hours, but as we get going i should say the winds back off we'll do about the same thing into sunday with the winds picking up and allowing for that limited cooling that we get. into sunday numbers. look how close they are into the
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90s. in fact near 100 of those pinks. the delta antioch as we get into monday, we're going to be hot inland in that cooling trend begins to arrive at the shoreline. so just a couple days of that extreme heat and then it looks like we could be below average as we get into the rest of the work week. so you'll see those 70s around the bay pretty pleasant, but it's inland where we have the heat that is really going to continue to grip much of our interior valleys right on through tuesday highs then looking today pretty nice 75 and look for mid 80s and fremont upper 90s through lakeport and for pride in the upper 60s today low 70s tomorrow. so the warmer day on sunday in the accuweather seven-day forecast for keeping the heat through the weekend and then backing off through the middle of next week with that low cloud deck staying close to the shoreline liz. all right, sounds good lisa. thank you stick with us. we'll be right back.
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ask your doctor about entresto enough is enough. that's what some drivers who work for app based ride and food delivery services are saying as they encounter unruly and sometimes combative customers abc 7 news reporter david louis. did a rally in san jose the many hope will lead to more protection gig safety now. that is the plea by the drivers who answer your app requests for a ride or deliver your food and their supporters according to research by their allies 50 app-based workers have been killed in the past four years, others have been assaulted the incidents captured on dash cams that document the danger they face either does of a later a college educated. from colombia shared what happened to her last year as she took a passenger from san francisco to the east bay. yeah that hado. here radio physical mente a drunken passenger verbally and physically assaulted me grabbing
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me by the hair while i was driving my car. this is generated anxiety depression fear and insecurity this call for action outside lifts, san jose regional office comes as members of the us house and senate have sent letters to the ceos of lyft uber instacart grubhub and doordash asking for details on how they protect their drivers and statistics on injuries in what could be the first step into congressional action all this spokesperson told dc7 news we are committed to doing everything we can to help protect drivers from crime and will continue to take action and invest in technology policies and partnerships to make a list as safe as it can be the company said it has security personnel on call to respond to emergencies and when it detects irregularities during a ride, it will contact drivers to see if they need help a lyft driver also at this rally had a list of improvements. he wants implemented screening passengers taking driver. seriously looking for patterns
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in passenger complaints to make sure that people who do something don't escalate over time and we have safe people on there in san jose david. louis abc 7 news. alright, so the come on abc 7 mornings. it's been exactly one month since the deadly shooting at rob elementary and uvalde texas this week congress sent new gun legislation to president. biden will tell you about that coming up. coming up. ♪ ♪ how's he still playin'? aspercreme arthritis. full prescription-strength. reduces inflammation. don't touch my piano. kick pain in the aspercreme.
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don't touch my piano. moving forward finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. alright taking a live look at the white house right now where president biden is expected to sign a bipart. gun safety bill and just a few minutes. this bipartisan legislation is expected to reduce gun violence and hopefully save lives after this president biden is headed to germany to attend the g. summit on pressing global issues and all right. good morning everybody. thanks for joining us here at 5:30 on this saturday. let's get back over to lisa argent for a check of the weekend forecast. hey, lisa. all right, liz.
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good morning to you as we look outside. you can pretty much tell what kind of day we're having here with our sea breeze some mercy breeze with us throughout the afternoon fog here at the golden gate. more downtown it is 56 in oakland with 60 in san jose half moon bay's fog at 52 vulmer peak. you can see the deck of low clouds. there are thousand feet 51 center rosa 61 by the delta with that southwest wind and the fog from santa rosa to half moon bay right now it clears but will stay cool to mild at the shoreline a little bit cooler inland right now, but we'll make up the difference throughout the afternoon with sixties seventies and eighties by eleven o'clock and by one o'clock. it's getting pretty hot inland keep. the coolness at the shoreline comfortable in oakland at 75 82 in fremont, and it's getting pretty warm inland, but we're going to see those 90s and reserving the warmer day for your sunday pride. we'll talk about that elsewhere around the bay area your forecast and a hot monday coming up. let's all right, lisa. thanks.
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san francisco police are asking for the publix help to find a sexual assault suspect. they've released photos of the man that they're looking for. you can see him here in a red hoodie. please say salted a 20 year old woman two weeks ago when she was walking near bannock street and seneca avenue early in the morning officers. say he bumped into her then covered her mouth from behind restricting her breathing and forced her to the ground assaulting her. he's about five feet tall and may have injuries to his fingers or hands from this struggle with the victim. anyone with information is asked to contact sfpd. two people were murdered this week in san jose and modesto in violence connected to one suspect san jose police just provided the details of what happened before police shot and killed that man abc 7 news reporter. dustin dorsey has the story. a violent 12-hour police pursuit and standoff with a murder suspect tuesday night into wednesday morning spanned hundreds of miles, san jose resident raymond. calderon is suspected of taking
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two lives before dying at the hands of san jose police suspect calderon senselessly killed two people and when finally confronted by the san jose police department and they highly populated neighborhood. he opened fire around them as a last stitch effort to escape. this endangered not only the pursuing officers. but innocent members of our community san jose police chief anthony marta said they were first alerted to calderon when his ex-girlfriend called saying he would not return their six and seven year old children to her calderon allegedly threatened suicide before going on his dangerous journey calderon killed a man he knew in front of this home in san jose around 7 pm before driving to modesto to kill michelle rose gonzalez a woman called iran shared a six-month old child with all of this police said with his grandmother and six and seven year old old children in his vehicle. this just goes speak to not only how ruthless and violent this individual was and committing the homicides that the chief mentioned earlier but the extreme indifference to lives you may affect years from now and these children may be affected by this for the rest of
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their lives. police said calderon drove from modesto to gilroy to drop the three family members off after then driving back to san jose police said he fired at officers multiple times while running into an empty backyard shed where he would hold up for hours police deployed tear gas in this video shows calderon running out of the said with gun pointed at police as he was shot by officers later dying from his injuries. we would all like these encounters to result in the arrest. an individual without further harm but i think we all know. that's not always possible and certainly not in this case. the county coroner's office is not releasing the identity of the first victim at this time in san jose dustin dorsey abc 7 news. one month to the day that a shooter killed 19 children and two teachers in uvalde, texas congress passed the most sweeping gun bale in 30 years abc news reporter alexis. christophores has more on this historic piece of legislation. the motion is adopted but lawmakers in the house have
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passed the most significant gun legislation in decades. the house vote coming a day after 15 senate republicans joined democrats to provide new tools to determ mass shootings following deadly attacks around the nation. this legislation will protect our schools. protect our communities and safeguard the second amendment rights. of law-abiding citizens the 13 billion dollar package will enhance background checks for buyers under 21 prevent partners convicted of domestic violence from purchasing a gun and provide funding for gun violence prevention programs school security and mental health, but the package falls short of president biden's proposals including reinstituting a ban on assault-style weapons and universal background checks. it isn't everything we would have like to see in legislation. it takes us down the road the path to more safety saving lives. let us not judge the legislation for what it does not do but
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respect it for what it does. the senate vote came the same day the supreme court ruled that new york state's limits on carrying concealed handguns in public is unconstitutional. we cannot allow new york to become the wild wild west that is unacceptable the high court ruling impacts at least six other states with similar carry and conceal laws including california and massachusetts that landmark congressional gun legislation now heads to president biden's desk where he is expected to sign it into law alexis. christoffers abc news, new york. the napa county district attorney's office has filed drunk driving charges against the husband of house speaker nancy pelosi. paul pelosi faces, two misdemeanor counts of driving. under the influence causing injury authorities say pelosi had a blood alcohol content of 0.082 just over the limit his porsche was involved in a crash with an suv on highway 29 near
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saint helena last month napa county district attorney alison. haley says her office has been flooded with thousands of disturbing phone calls by people who claim she is refusing to file charges against pelosi. i have had office staff who have been told that they are going to hang from trees. and that they are not americans that they are treasonous and seditious because of what's happened. my family has been threatened that we should all die in a terrible drunk driving accident. even so she says her office has stood up to do the right thing and to handle this matter the same as every other case of its kind abc 7 news reached out to paul pelosi's attorney and was told she had no comment on the charges filed against him. bay area health officials are asking residents and healthcare providers to be on the lookout for monkeypox symptoms, california has had nearly 50 cases since early may about a quarter of the total number of cases in the us symptoms include flu-like symptoms followed by a skin rash or lesions monkeypox
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disproportionately impacts gay and bisexual men san francisco's acting health officer tells the chronicle that we're out of quote early a critical stage where we might have the chance to contain an outbreak with this weekend's pride events and the summer travel season ahead. all the area counties are working together to make the public aware and in the east bay alameda county has dropped its indoor mass mandate the order lifted at 12:00 this morning mass for no longer required in most indoor. local leaders announced that the order will realign with the state guidance alameda county health officials. say data shows cases of peaked and continue to decline this week alameda county moved from the cdc's high orange community level tier to the moderate yellow tier and taking a lie. look outside right now. this is or at the white house, excuse me charles. that's president biden exciting a bipartisan guns safety bill just a few minutes from now the bipartisan legislation. expected to reduce gun violence
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and hopefully save lives. we'll check in on this when we get back. the drunk female happy pride month celebrating with all my lgbtqia family whether you are out or figuring yourself out stand tall and have a happy pride. pride. ♪ entresto is the number one heart failure brand prescribed by cardiologists. it was proven superior at helping people stay alive and out of the hospital. don't take entresto if pregnant; it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto with an ace inhibitor or aliskiren, or if you've had angioedema with an ace or arb. the most serious side effects are angioedema, low blood pressure, kidney problems, or high blood potassium. ask your doctor about entresto for heart failure.
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ask your doctor about entresto pictures right now of president biden at the white house signing the bipartisan gun legislation. hopefully, this will help save lives and reduce gun violence. you can see him right there. he just did it. he signed that bill before he heads off to the g7 summit in germany. right moving on now still ahead we want to talk about with some local businesses are doing to keep up with rising inflation their plea to bay area shoppers
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and chevron is downsizing here in the bay area. the oil corporation is looking to sell its current global headquarters in san ramon and move into a leased space in the same city. that's move is expected to be finalized late next year and also the wall street journal reports. the company is offering to cover moving expenses for employees willing to relocate houston, texas, which is now home to three times as many chevron employees as california small businesses are struggling to stay afloat with inflation as prices soar abc 7 news reporter melanie woodrow spoke with local economists and one business owner who says she's worried her bake shop won't survive. thanks to ppp loans fillmore bakeshop stayed open during the height of the pandemic now owner elena. besagio says she fears inflation. they put her out of business. it's hard to get through the pandemic and then be at this point and be like you know are we gonna be able to survive this now? the st. joe says she recently raised prices by 10% but it's not enough to cover rising costs.
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i used to be a dollar 24 per python now as of last week, and this was after two months of not being able to get them in they're dollars cake boxes coffee cups dairy eggs butter have doubled in price, jeff belisario is the executive director of the bay area council economic institute. the forecast for inflation is not necessarily a positive one is we look around the region and we talk to small businesses many are feeling this pressure from cost whether it's labor costs the cost of real estate the cost of their goods and inputs that they use for their products. it's now becoming a question of what do they cut back on? the laserio says we may a more small businesses closing in the next six to 12 months as the economy heads down. prince post covid b. it's why passagio wanted to share her if you want business. es like mine if you want that vibe that san francisco has always had then please do what you can to support them. she's hoping more people will shop small every cup of coffee
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every croissant matters in san francisco melanie woodrow abc 7 news. alright lisa listen to check outside now. mount tam and actually a pretty nice seabreeze has kept temperatures comfortable here in the 80s once again on the peninsula and parts of the marin county coastline will feel that as well as san francisco inland though plain old hot. we'll talk about it in detail next. all right lisa. thanks also next to the newest members of the warriors are introduced including their first round pick who the devs believe is huge potential. larry beale introduces us to patrick baldwin jr. coming up in sports.
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temperatures are gonna be really comfortable. we're gonna have that wide range that we usually get at this this time of year, but i'd inland valleys are going to be a good 10 degrees above average. so those 90s sure we see them in the summer but a little early for june and live doppler 7 here looking at that big dark area offshore. well, that is a ridge of high pressure. that is keeping us high and dry. here's a look at santa cruz where it is 53 degrees and we'll see highs again today in the mid 70s with plenty of sunshine 54 san francisco. it is 55 and mountain view santa clara 56 oakland with in san jose and the fog there from half moon bay along the central coast all the way down through san luis obispo. there's a look at mount tam and you can see the local cloud deck there about a thousand feet 51 santa rosa is 52 in petaluma with upper 50s concord 60 livermore now, the delta has had a bit of a breeze. pretty common for this time of year, but that heat if you get away from the bay area chico
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parts of the san joaquin valley, you know the areas well over 100 degrees. so once again protected by that seabreeze for the most part and this morning two to five degrees cooler and as we check out our highlights the coastal and bayside fog throughout the morning hours and appeals back all hot temperatures east of the calicut tunnel the mild conditions san francisco south city climbing through the upper 60s tomorrow the warmer day closer to the coast into monday than that seabreeze comes back. we will look for the cooler pattern though after monday. in fact setting up for the holiday the fourth of july looking a little cooler than average. here's a look at the local clouds in fox. oh always a familiar and nice site for the summertime and look how moves through the tonight into your sunday, so, you know, we're not going to get excessively hot although the range 35 degrees will still be with us and as we get into your sunday the clouds banked up along the coast. so look at our inland valleys then for the next seven days
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average highs in the 80s will be in the mid-90s, maybe even hotter than that outdoors antioch and brentwood near 100 into sunday this forecast model brings temperatures down a bit on monday still warm though. though. the real cooling comes wednesthursday and friday 89 ton san jose look for 84 in redwood city. nice day on the peninsula here with the sea breeze. you can see the fog and temperatures in the upper 60s for you in san francisco with mid-90s, calistoga and mid 80s in vallejo. so overall we're looking at that typical summertime pattern with the heat continuing as we get into tomorrow and monday, but pride couldn't be better with temperatures a little bit warmer for sunday. and that cooling trends some of you looking forward to into the middle of next week, liz. thank you. it's been 50 years since title nine became law and typically it's tied to equity in sports. but actually it's much broader
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abc news reporter morgan norwood has a look back at the history of sex discrimination in america and what needs to be done in the future. me right there in both the 1964 and 1968 olympic games track legend wyoming ties won the 100-meter sprint making her the first person to win back to back gold medals in the race, but at the time her success was not met with the accolades that her male counterparts would have received they started to talk about the back-to-back a hundred meters when they televised and carl lewis. they said he he was the first one to ever do that all my is a calling me healing how could they just totally look you? i said it's always been that way. it's not just me sarah axles in of the women's sports foundation explains that the fight for gender equality had only just begun and it had a long way to go in the 60s and 70s. it was a much wider movement for women's rights. you see the the civil rights act of 1964 the equal pay act of 1963. and so there was movement with
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four equal rights, but there really wasn't anything addressing sex discrimination and education. then in 1972 the united states congress passed title nine, which prohibits sex discrimination in educational programs that receive federal funds. the law was critical for ensuring women and girls had access to education but title 9 has become most well known for its application to athletics over the last 50 years. we've seen exponential growth. and women and girls access to sport opportunities prior to title nine fewer than 300,000 high school girls had access to sport and those numbers have skyrocketed almost three and a half million girls in high school have access today, but axles and emphasizes that even after five decades. there's still so much progress that needs to be made a data analysis by abc news and the abc own television stations shows that approximately one in five us high schools. still have a significant gap between sports opportunities for just those for boys those gaps are about twice as prominent in
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high schools were a majority of the students are black. there are populations that have been left behind by the law. we know that the primary beneficiaries of title. nine have been suburban white girls. and that's where the majority of the progress has been made axelson says the anniversary of title. nine is an opportunity to fight for equality across the board. it's important to pause and celebrate the progress that has been made in the last 50 years for title nine, but we know that there is more work to do and we're not done yet morgan norwood abc news, los angeles all right in sports this afternoon both the giants and the a's will try to snap losing streaks oakland takes on the kansas city royals a coffman stadium first pitch. is that one ted and the giants face the cincinnati reds at oracle park that game starts at 4:15 the three newest faces of the warriors were introduced to the bay area yesterday. here's abc 7 sports structure larry beale with the details in this morning sports. good morning, everybody. the warriors introduced their new draft picks yesterday adding a pair of teenagers to their
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championship. mix patrick baldwin jr. ryan rollins. we santos as well meeting the media baldwin is the first rounder in high school. a lot of people thought he was a better prospect than jonathan comming a six-nine shooter high upside, but also, by ankle issues first of all, it was surreal. i mean i didn't believe it at first and i think a lot of people have that same reaction, but you know immediately i knew i was coming into a culture and i'm stepping into a winning culture and i'm just excited to be in this organization. and you know, i just want to continue to win. giants and reds frontier days at the ballpark at my raccoon hat on a helicob on the hill second inning. nick senzel down the line. mike moustaka scores tuesday. them four evan, longoria high deep aloha his sixth homer of the year hit five of the week then 19 games without one. so this is a good sign giants down to one now for something. that is not a good sign eighth inning giants threatening to one. nobody out timing was still no
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it's in the double play and the giants end up falling for to the reds asian casey their seasons, like a merry-go-round round and round around they go when the a's win. nobody knows cole irving on the hill edward oliveira's fresh off the injured list. homer's often this one broke a 1-1 tie in the fifth. he's lose yet again 3-1. they've only won three games in the entire month of june. let's do that hockey abs hoping for a stanley cup. the rainbow in denver tied 2-2 under six and a half to play tampa bay's andre polat his 11th goal of these playoffs turned out to be the game winner half's fans. how are they doing? oh not well distraught three two, lightning. the final game 6 is in tampa sunday right here on abc 7. oh, look what steph curry started wnba supreme unesco from walnut creek deep three and then night night. as her new york liberty beat atlantis, sabrina is friends with steph actually worked out with him before turning pro. she had 21 points forever. giant pablo sandoval is now playing in the mexican league.
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think it's safe to say he's a catcher's worst nightmare heading home like a locomotive. look out boom. the panda just destroyed the catcher who somehow held on the ball. so pablo was out. and oof so was the catcher that's a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend everybody. i'm larry beale. all right, next what recording artists lizzo is planning to do in response to the supreme court's decision to overturn roe versus wade.
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for your wake of destruction. artist lizzo is donating tour proceeds to planned parenthood. lizzo took to twitter on friday in response to the supreme court's ruling to overturn roe versus wade, the grammy-winning artist announced she's going to be donating about 500,000 her event promoter live nation is matching that donation to make it roughly 1 million dollars live nation also plans to cover
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travel expenses for employees who need to see reproductive healthcare services. outside of their home state and next on abc 7 mornings at 6 am it's the official first day celebration for the 52nd annual san francisco pride parade in celebration how people are coming together plus plans for a safe celebration and federal and government officials are most at risk right now. according to abc news more on the reactions sweeping the nation this weekend after the big supreme court decision on roe versus wade. ♪ ♪ this fourth of july, lowe's has summer savings that pop.
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