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number one number two a video of that incident has been released by the city building management at city hall. now this video released we're looking at it right now. apparently there is no video not sure about the quality of that video, but it shows at least what happened the moment? it happened the exchange between both butler and walton and what point did their super his supervisor intervene? and of course the people who were there now in the meantime, here's what cadet butler and supervisor walton told me. i just want him to tell the truth amari butler granted us an interview stating that he wanted to clear his name and remind people of what happened on that busy morning of pride weekend when board president shaman walton went through one of the security checkpoints at san francisco city hall in the past. the supervisor would always get
screened with a handheld security wand so it was really crowded so when he came in i tried to give him a warning, you know, he's gonna have to take off his belt and decided that he wasn't gonna do it unwilling to cooperate cadet butler says supervisor walton verbally harassed him in front of everyone waiting in line looks at me points out the window and says, it's in words like you look like me. that's always a problem and he continues to go on and say this is some, you know inward --. and repeats it again at that point butler says his supervisor allowed walton to go through the checkpoint but not without in his words threatening him so he gets us things and as he's walking towards the elevator. he looks at me and he goes, he must not know who i am. i whoop your --. and over the cities harassment welcome visual verbal or
physical conduct in recent days supervisor walton has gone on the record accusing the sheriff's department of retaliating against him stating that in the past. he has received unfair treatment at the security checkpoints today. we approached walton who a few weeks ago asked school board member and shoe to resign after she made some racially insensitive remarks towards black and latino families. what's your reaction to all of this controversy? the thing is you've asked and shoot to resign and she apologies you apologize. so let me be clear about this and shoe made racist remarks towards the black and brown population. that has nothing to do with the inaccuracies reported by the sheriff's department. you have my statement if you want to sendour 'ret ou shoulyos have asked walton to resign with the exception of dean preston. most have don't i have no inteno
do that and not no. no, but my question is that you know you to college the collins and then you asked and shut your ear to do an interview about the eviction rally. we have tenants residents facing eviction here. so, you know if your question is am i asking shaman walton to resign the answers no full transparency abc 7 news did cover that press conference on evictions for our newscast in the meantime cadet butler says at this point an apology from walton wouldn't mean much to him. and yes, i do feel offended by some of the things. he said as far as the comments about it being about solidarity and between two black men, i don't agree with that at all. and you read the city harassment free workplace policy and you can certainly argue that this cadet falls under the category of protected class now larry harassment of employees applicants or persons providing
services to the city by contract whether by employees or non-employes, employees. they say is prohibited. stay with us here as we bring in abc 7 news insider film. it's here joining us. you saw leann's reporting on this whole confrontation and what is happening at city hall where you have this situation you have the the anshu situation and she was rebuked for her comments. she rebuked herself. she apologized and rebuked herself. what's going on city hall is the mayor has asked for shaman to apologize. nobody's asked for him to resign but this is a classic case larry of the supervisors and the elected officials. make the rules but they don't necessarily have to follow themselves the city can find make a finding on the supervisor, but that doesn't they don't get to hold them accountable elected officials get will do that themselves. it's interesting also to note that about a year ago us fellow supervisor aaron peskin apologized for his bullying of
city staff at when confronted with it and at the time shaman walton defended pescence saying that no, no, in fact, the true bullies were the members of the mayor's staff who said they were being bullied by a pescat so you get gives you a flavor of what's going on phil and i want to add this you can almost call this a will smith moment if you will, you know, we can say what was going through the mind of the board president shaman walton, but clearly he was very upset. apparently. he lost his cool and he acted now again what this cadet is me is that at this point an apology at this point wouldn't mean too much to him as you heard there, but what he wants from supervisor walton is for him to go in front of all the supervisors and in his words. tell the truth. well, this is where things get complicated and lawyers get involved leanne to put it very bluntly. you know, the more that the
supervisor sort of places to blame on the cadet that increases possibly the these liability should the cadets say, you know, i'm the one who's being attacked here. i'm going to file a claim against the city and so it's either there's a rule in politics if you're in trouble stop digging and at this point supervisor walton doesn't appear to be to stop and digging. and hearing from one of my sources that the line to defend this cadet is very long there you go. that's politics. we'll see how it plays out before we go here phil. what are the possible scenarios? okay, how could this play out? well one thing is there could be the cadet could win a hearing in front of a city board to decide what actions or have it reviewed have it go public even if the board of supervisors doesn't take it up the board of supervisors could although shaman walton is the president tried to make some statement there once they're back from their recess the other one. is what we see a lot in america the lawsuit and you can bet that
everybody is looking at that going. okay. what's the city's liability in this when the dust settles if it ever settles? to be continued leanne phil. thanks very much for your insights. and other news and appeals court has temporarily stayed construction and further demolition at berkeley's people's park, but uc berkeley will be allowed to put up a security fence. the university wants to redevelop a portion of the park with housing for students and people experiencing homelessness protests over the plan resulted in dramatic clashes between police and protesters seven people were arrested and two officers were hurt uc berkeley issued a statement writing in part while this new injunction. will add further delay in significant additional costs to the project. we are pleased the court has agreed to an expedited process. yesterday a clash broke out at parker elementary in oakland between parents community activists and district security officials much of it was caught
on camera as you see there community members have been occupying the school in an effort to keep it from closing abc 7 news reporter answer hassan learned parents are now calling on the district to investigate. he parents occupying parker elementary in oakland captured the moment ousd security guards attempted to clear out the school. that's scary. that's a hostage situation. nobody would know unless you were here seeing it with five six big guys around him. that's really terrible. this is a school. this is a school that. two mothers and some other parents and community members are trying to keep open as lena temko is one of the parents sing on campus for the past two months to protest the school's closure. thursday night's incident is the first confrontation between community members and the district.
too loud assess ed i was held against my will handcuffed against my will in a written statement to abc 7 news. the school district says on thursday everyone left the school so staff changed the locks and set the alarm. the district says somehow people were able to get back in. they write parker k through aid school is now closed the individuals at parker have been and continue to trespass we continue to demand that they find other ways to safely and peacefully express their concerns. this isn't trespass. this is a community building. this is standing around here. this is what this was intended for with. be really clear. oh, you see keeps saying closing schools are not closing schools. they're replacing them with charter schools. community activists refute the district's claims of what happened on thursday and that the district is closing schools to cut costs they argue the district has money especially with surplus funding from the
state parents are calling on the district to investigate. so, i think it's really critical that we make a we call out the board members who have not spoken out against what happened yesterday in oakland ansar hassan abc 7 news. to the south bay now former ufc fighter kane velasquez pleaded not guilty today to several charges including attempted murder police say velasquez shot at a man accused of molesting his four year old son at a home daycare in san martin. the man stepfather was wounded in that february shooting velasquez being held without bail. his preliminary hearing is set for september. extend new developments with elon musk and twitter musk has officially filed a counter suit and accuses the social media company of fraud. are filed a lawsuit last month to force him to go through on his 44 billion dollar bid, but he's now trying to walk away from it's also subpoenaed several of musk's associates as part of a legal battle. the two sides are scheduled to head to trial in october.
the batmobile scandal out of san mateo county is far from over with the i-team has learned from the district attorney's office about its investigation into the case. a pelican mystery what's causing hundreds of birds to get sick or even die in california and other wrinkle to the latest covid search why testing could be playing a big role in the transmission rate? and a happy friday. i'm meteorologist mike nico. look at these temperatures outside only 60 70s and 80s. and it's going to be a real comfortable weekend. but if you're heading to the sierra still tracking some thunderstorms in a flood threat, we'll wrap all that up in your accuweat now you can save big on supersonic wifi from xfinity. can it handle all of my devices? oh, all that. and it comes with a 2-year rate guarantee.
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low-income residents in san francisco are on the verge of homelessness as they face eviction abc 7 news reporter loose pena spoke to city officials about their plan to avoid these evictions from happening. you know five days from today richard hennigan is scheduled to get evicted. this rally is his last resort doesn't help me. maybe it'll help someone down the line behind him city supervisors community leaders and his neighbors pleading for an intervention richard's mom died last year. she was a main person in the housing contract now he's getting evicted despite never missing a payment. he's lived in this home for 54 years when he her son lived with
his grandmother for 24 years. she passed away recently and now he's also getting evicted they asked for rent prayers with a three-day fair quit with his name on it, and then they turn around and say i serve an unlawful detainer to say that he was never on the lease what's different about these evictions is that these residents have paid their monthly fees these homes were built to house low-income and working class families instead of rent. rent. they're paying their share on a monthly. mortgage so their evictions appear to be on technicalities that the residents may have violated rules around their housing arrangement. they're not alleging failure to pay rent. so any any claims that they have are suspicious supervisor dean preston i'll be talking with the attorneys potentially with representatives from hud in a statement the attorney. and in the board that's in charge of the housing complex
said in part. it is critical to the shareholder and board the whoever is the acting property manager who are the agents for the mlk / mg cooperative apartments to follow and forth hud guidelines a failure to comply with rules would potentially result in the property leucine the subsidies at the site as richard. he's hoping for a miracle like we're fighting hud we're fighting, you know, and that's a pretty big. that's a pretty big goliath inside francisco. a major development in an i-team investigation that has been viewed by millions of people across the country the san mateo county sheriff ordering a raid at a garage more than 2,000 miles away and makes batmobile replicas after a business dispute with an atherton realtor who ordered one the batmobile builder was arrested and then charged with two felonies now
the item can report that the san mateo county district attorney is canceling the first hearing schedule for two weeks from now, and it's actually considering throwing the whole case out. and i said, hey, what about this this and this i want some more detail before we make a final decision on whether this case will go forward or not. that's a change though, huh? that's a change in the sense of otherwise, it was just going to be an arraignment on the 19th of august. what's bird that second look um, i you candidly flagstaff says he wants to hold new interviews with the batmobile builder and the customer and that if the story is confirmed as dan is reported it in all likelihood this case is going to be dismissed. the i-team's dan noise working on a full report for abc 7 news at 6 with reaction from the batmobile builder and new info about the realtor and the sheriff. the palace of fine arts in san francisco is now a california historical landmark the california state historical resources commission made the designation today. the palace was designed by
architect bernard maybach for the 1915 panama pacific international exposition. it was later reconstructed in its current permanent form completed in 1974, california. historical landmks sitesdings fs have statewide significance and it autiful so go walk around sit on the grassy area near there take pictures. i love it. peaceful frank will yes, and hopefully we have a lot more that this weekend with temperatures that are a little bit lower mike nico. you know, this said did you larry? yeah. yeah, especially in the east bay they're up to double digits a lot of 70s and places that were in the 90s yesterday. here's a look at what's going on from sutra tower. you can see some of the monsoon moisture still streaming in the middle parts of the atmosphere. those are the clouds not going to bring us anything tonight. in fact, it's the low clouds. it's the marine layer that's going to come back and blanket all of us with just a few areas of drizzle to wake up to tomorrow morning. now if you like this.
afternoon, you'll like tomorrow's it will get maybe a degree or too warmer by sunday, but still sunny and pretty mild by summer standards all throughout the weekend. we'll even see more sunshine at the coast this weekend and then next week. we'll start to get a little bit warmer starting tuesday. you see look at that 11 degrees cooler and conquered about two in san jose seven in novato and santa rosa so if you've been outside, you definitely know it's going to be a great evening because this is gonna translate into pretty comfortable temperatures right now. we have mid-upper 60s half moon bay in san francisco. 70s around the bay and a few eighties as you head to the south bay north bay in east bay, per hour 65 prettyvegot theree5 comfortable there. it's going to accelerate up to 30 miles per hour through the delta like it's been doing for the last couple evenings and that will continue until nine o'clock where temperatures will following back into the 60s and maybe a light jacket need to buy 11 o'clock most of us in the low to mid 60s tonight with the cloud cover over top of us still a touchy humidity in the air. little bit milder than the
average by a couple of degrees upper 50s to some mid-60s tomorrow. look at this some 70s holding on around both peters and sunnyvale. no 90s in the south bay just a whole lot of eighties elsewhere for the peninsula to get a little breezy around millbrite 73 not as much around redwood city, so you'll warm up to about 80 degrees the coast. we should see a lot more sunshine than today mid-60s there and upper 60s to near 70 for downtown and south san francisco with breezes kicking in during the afternoon nowers. you'll feel those in sausalito. so but these are subtly breezes and that's why they're not quite as cold as what we would normally think about this time of the year temperatures in the upper 70s to mid 80s in the north bay 70 at berkeley the 76 at san leandro. so temperatures in the 70s all across the east bay and inland. we're still looking at some 80s to deal with now if you're going to outside lands, i think we're going to see more sunshine and maybe you're used to at this event 66 fog to sunshine saturday and about 66 sunday. all right. here's a look at the cloud cover. see pretty extensive tomorrow
but watch even at the coast, especially the peninsula coast we're looking at a whole lot of sunshine. so enjoy that temperatures. there you go up a degree or two sunday holding steady monday just a little bit below average. we're back to average tuesday with the 60s 70s 80s and a few nineties inland and then our warmest days will be wednesday thursday and friday, but mid-90s this time of year inland. that's not too bad karina larry. all right, mike. thanks. what is causing california's pelicans to not only get sick but to die we dig into this mystery plus a little bit later former niner terrell owens back in the headlines a woman confronting him over his driving the situation escalates racial insults directed at him all caught on camera.
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california brown pelican spent nearly 40 years on the endangered species list before making the comeback, but now they are facing a new challenge. yeah wildlife experts want to know why hundreds of the birds are showing up dead or sick. this is happening up and down the west coast abc 7 news reporter cornell bernard spoke with experts who are trying to figure out is going on. we continue to be on high alerts jd bergeron. ceo of international bird rescue is alarmed about why so many sick california brown pelicans have wound up in his two rehabilitation hospitals in the bay area and southern california. the only thing they all have in common actually is starvation
symptoms of starvation and emaciation and dehydration. bergeron says since may 334 brown pelicans have been cared for about 50 of them were found stranded in the bay area. aviaries and things were filled to the gills with with pelicans some of the birds suffering secondary injuries from fishing hooks or were hit by cars trying to find food in unusual places. the big mystery here is why are they serving? so we're we see them coming in with broken wings wildcare in san rafael has also cared for the injured birds and this year. the numbers are higher. we in 2022 so far have admitted 14 emaciated pelicans in anyone, we admittedou n for the avian flu, which is on the rise, but climate change is another theory. ocean is the water is warmer. it drives fish away from their traditional hunting grounds, but the water temperatures are also
not high in a statement the california department of fish and wildlife said pelicans feed primarily on anchovies, but anchovies are currently abundant and it is unclear why these pelicans were not able to find enough pray over this relatively short time frame in may. it is possible the prolong periods of unusually strong winds and late april and early may interfered with their ability to forage, but many pelicans are still starving dozens have died. the good news is about 197 birds have been released back into the wild after rehabilitation while experts try to understand why many of these amazing seabirds are going hungry. this could easily be a cater of a larger problem. we just don't know yet what that problem is in marin county cornell bernard abc 7 news. coming up covid cases have surged. thanks to a sub-variant why faulty testing could be one of the big factors in the spread of ba-5. the school district is the school year is about to start in
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area moving forward finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. today, california officially passed 10 million covid-19 cases since the start of the pandemic state test positivity rate currently at 14.4% the cdc says just 7300 doses of the novavax vaccine have been administered since it received emergency authorization last month some health experts had hoped those people who are hesitant to be vaccinated would be more inclined to get this shot.
it's based on more traditional protein-based technology. so question, why is the omicron ba-5 sub-variant spreading so quickly ucsf infectious disease expert is now saying it's inaccurate testing that may be causing rapid spread abc 7 news reporter dustin dorsey explains how we test for covid could help curb its spread. as the country continues to battle with the latest dominant covid-19 variant ba-5 president, joe biden said vaccinations treatments and tests are key. but what happens when one of those strategies doesn't work as intended san jose's isaac velasquez says, he and his fiancee never got a positive result on their home test despite being exposed and showing symptoms for covid. i ended up coming out negative twice. she was testing negative four times. it wasn't quite adding up so we decided to go to the hospital to do some of the pcr tests. ended up testing positive a couple days later.
this story is becoming common according to ucss dr. peter chenhong and it's causing concern. i'm worried that a lot of transmissions occurring not because people are being devious or irresponsible is just that they don't know they're positive dr. chin hong says it's not that the tests aren't working. it's that the ba-5 variant is just behaving differently than other strains of the virus. he says symptoms for ba-5 first show up in the throat meaning a nose test won't show a positive result for several days. you'd be swabbing, you know. until there's no tomorrow if all the actions in your throat, it takes a while for that virus to go up to the nose. so that's why you're turning negative. for a long time until you tune positive when the virus gets up to the nose dr. chin hong says the other factor is how a vaccinated person's immune system responds to this strain. you might have symptoms, but there's not enough virus particles in your body for tests to show positive results. the rapid tests needs a hundred thousand or more virus to tune
positive. whereas a pcr just needs like five or less than 10 viruses to tune positive for this reason he suggests a pcr test may be better than a test or use the swab from a home test to swipe your throat. then your nose to get a better result dr. chinhong also says testing at least five days after the start of symptoms could help prevent this highly transmissible variant from spreading even more in the south bay dustin dorsey abc 7 news. president biden has signed into law to bipartisan bills aimed at stopping fraud under pandemic relief programs. the two new laws will extend the time period to prosecute individuals who committed fraud through the paycheck protection program or covid-19 economic injury disaster loan program, mr. biden said the goal is to make cheaters pay back what they stole and hold them accountable under the law whether it's pandemic burnout or low salaries schools are not attracting enough teachers, of course. this is not something parents want to hear abc 7 news reporter
ryan curry spoke to san francisco unified about their plans. the new school year is just days away, but for many in the bay area, they are short of dozens of teachers currently as of this morning have 123 classroom vacancies for teachers. san francisco. unified says they have made many attempts to hire teachers in some openings. they don't require a teaching credential just a bachelor's degree. we have a lot of different pathways. teaching to get your credential we work with our para-educators who want to become teachers and we actually have a parent to teach her pipeline. they have tried hiring events outreaches and recruitment strategies, but still they are short. i think it's a combination of the pandemic and the highin in'o unified both, oakland and mount diablo unified say they're short dozensf openings as well and some of those schools start in the middle of next week. mount diablo unified needs to hire teaching positions for almost every school level oakland unified says they have
40 to 50 staff roles. they need to fill as soon as possible both of them and san francisco unified will continue hiring efforts even after the school year begins as soon as we can onboard someone you know and get them. get them set up for success, you know, we're moving as fast as we can with that in san francisco ryan curry abc 7 news. there are more than 7,500 confirmed monkey pox cases in the us officials in illinois are now screening children and others who were potentially exposed to the virus after a daycare worker tested positive. the fda is allowing the children to receive the vaccine, which is currently only authorized for adults. monkeypox is spreading primarily among men who have sex with men, but it can spread to anyone through extended skin-to-skin contact or through contact with contaminated items. china is taking additional steps pelosi's visit this week twoouse taiwan today beijing announced
its canceling or suspending dialogue with the us on a range of issues from climate change to military relations and anti-narcotics efforts the measures follow aggressive military exercises by china that included firing missiles over taiwan as well as ships that were crossing into taiwanese territory. meanwhile, the bay area news group is reporting that the us canceled the test launch of minuteman three missile from vandenberg space force base on wednesday because of the heightened tensions the russian government now says it is open for talks about a possible swap involving us basketball star brittany greiner russian foreign minister sergey lavrov told reporters today. the kremlin is quote ready to discuss this topic. however later a spokesman for president putin strongly warned washington against publicizing this issue lavrov's remarks about greiner's case came at the southeast asian nation summit in cambodia. also attended by us secretary of state anthony blinken.
what foreign minister lavrov? said this morning and said publicly is that they are prepared to engage through. channels, we've established to do just that and we'll be pursuing that. the us has proposed a swap involving greiner and paul whelan it's another american who's been imprisoned in russia for a russian arms dealer who's been jailed in the us this breakthrough comes a day after a russian judge convicted griner of drug smuggling and sentenced her to nine years in prison. for you what gummy bear bratwurst? no, yeah. don't knock it till you try it. that's ne
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probably. yeah. i've actually heard that combination of sweet and the sweden savory is actually pretty good the gummy bear bratwurst does not seem to appear. i can't believe wisconsin would do that to one of their staples the bratwers. i mean browers are fantastic you boil them in beer put them on the grill if you don't sauerkraut, right? yeah some gummy bear. varnish no, no people are just getting bored. they're like, what else? can i do? let me take two foods that clearly don't go together and smash them up. yeah. no, thanks. i mean, i you know, we were talking about this earlier deep fried. anything sweet is good like a deep fried oreo delicious and you know deep fried twinkie. that's all so good. but then when they mix the salty and the sweet, and it doesn't go together just didn't you say unless they had a kool-aid pickle that you not going no, right? i did not say that. i said a kool-aid pickle sounds disgusting, but they do have that fruity pebble shrimp on a
stick. apparently an alameda county. i just looked it up online. no, thanks. okay. let's talk about another food if you're really missing the choco taco you can try a luxury version at a popular new york city eatery serendipity 3 has a golden chaco taco we made with house-made waffles frozen hot chocolate ice cream dipped in rare ruby chocolate and topped with edible gold. it costs $100 and will only be available on october 4th for national taco day, by the way, klondike. continue the choco taco but says it's heard the fan outcry and hopes to bring back the treat back to ice cream trucks in the coming years marina. i noticed you've taken off your morning armband about the death of the chaco taco. are you you've moved past the brief phase doing? okay. i'm doing okay, but it's good to know that they might bring it back temporarily right?
she does have a flight to new york though. is that one of your favorites now, do you do you insist on the gold the edible gold? yes. everything no just darling that's a clever trick to get a hundred bucks out of people. yeah, right. those like the three dollar choco taco that you buy at the you know, the ice cream truck and be done with it. those are delicious. no gold needed. i'll take that hold my gold, please. all right outside lands is officially back people were lining up this morning to get it to the music festival at golden gate park, which was canceled in 2020 because the pandemic and pushed back to september. last year also because of the pandemic it is returned to its normal spot on the calendar with some familiar names playing this year including green day weezer and post malone. i know a number of people who are heading over to golden gate park dan it is going to be packed. it is going to be packed. i think they expect larry where we've been reported about 220,000 people. i've been texting the promoter the last couple of days where i know pretty well. they're very excited to be back in action. they've got some great acts i
think about 70 bands. forming all the great food and the weather's cooperating. i mike knows more about that obviously, but fun to see it back. yeah, it's definitely going to be sunny or the maybe what they're used to it outside lands and a little bit warmer but 67 68 with sunshine. that's nice. yeah, just make sure you wear the sunscreen or find some shade. you'll be great. you'll be fine. i'm always amazed that the people are willing to stand for hours and hours and hours. yeah, i guess if you you know if you if you if it's comfortable if the restrooms you can use there's decent food and you're gonna hear a band you're really care about, you know, probably younger people have an easier time standing for hours and hours and hours. redo but you know people love a good festival well, and they do have some great acts an age discrimination joke dan. is that what i heard? degrading very well, too. so that yeah, right. oh, yeah. i don't know if it's with water. yeah, exactly. they're definitely taking some liquids. no peculiar smell coming from there, you know, not at all right. i hope everybody has fun and
stay safe. yeah. no, it sounds like an awesome event meteorologists. we love you guys like and there's a meteorologist named greg. at our abc sister station in chicago, and you're going to see he's going viral. you might have already seen this he discovered. his monitor was a touch screen while live on air take a look our wins will change right now kind of hung up just a little bit when i moved the map. i didn't know i can do that. no way. i gotta try it. hold on. can you believe that just go anywhere you want can i zoom? oh, man, it's a great day. i just i've never i've never touched up. oh my gosh, you can tilt it. alright, anyway, i'm figure this all out. that's funny. that is great has anything like that ever happened to any of you you discovered something live on air or that's a good question. i yeah, i had a a memorable
mishap. oh with with one of those monitors. this was years ago, and i prefer not to relive it quite i've had it freeze up before and then stuck. no, it's just it just froze in the raw spot, and then you're trying to move stuff around and it won't go and you didn't accidentally draw something. you should not have seen that before i've same thing happened it freezes and you know, they train me to use it but not have a fix it and it was kind of a problem. yeah, i mean it's like a giant ipad when it works. well, right and it's we're gonna up their training program for our friend. yeah, great. no idea greg that one exactly. that was kind of the range on twitter from other meteorologists going. how did he not know to others going, you know, he's just lit and some people just like was the engineering department in on this. was this a practical joke from them? he handled it. that was great. now we made it a lot of that was fun. he did and it wasn't bad.
it was entertaining, right? yeah, mike. do you have anything around that can you tilt the world upside down or do anything with it? no, you have to stay tuned larry. okay. all right. oh, that's it for the four four righ who's on it with jardiance? we're managing type 2 diabetes and heart risk. we're hittin' the trails between meetings. and putting the brakes on fried foods. jardiance is a once-daily pill that...not only lowers a1c, it goes beyond
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owens exclusive response on gma today. he got out of his car and started harassing me. he put his car in park right because you don't yell at me and telling me i'm almost hit you and i didn't. nfl hall of famer terrell owens wants people to see this video. he recorded of a heated exchange between him and his florida neighbor. owens a long time nfl store receiver with the niners eagles and cowboys was accused by a neighbor of speeding nearly hitting her and harassment. yeah, first of all, i didn't come at you you owens keeps his camera rolling as they're back and forth continues with an officer on scene and then the woman makes this statement. like i said, this could have turned really bad. like i said, i don't know where it could have gone had to please come in and they basically took her word for something. you know that she said that i didn't do what have you like
said? we've seen it a number of other times as well. ow. spoke exclusively the gma overnight about the incident and that racially charged statement. it was a black man approaching a white woman. i think that kind of that kind of says what you want to know? you know me about the situation. i've seen it. i've seen it. i've seen it. yes. i've seen it but this is first hand owens is now pushing for the woman to face consequences retweeting this petition calling for her to face jail time for making a false police report owens believes accountability is important here in the wake of other recent high profile incidents of police being called on black americans under dubious pretex for doing mundane. from walking napping sitting at a starbucks even bird watching. in that infamous case of the central park bird watcher that woman was charged for filing a false police report owen says he's grateful for how police handled his situation honest. i want to command the broward,
you know, please those policemen that came up because this could have been this this could have gone totally left had they not come in and handle the situation the right way. tj holmes reporting and we've seen so many of these situations. unfortunately. the good news is if you got a phone turn it on and then you have evidence later on when the police do arrive. yeah and the police. sounds like in this case did the right thing. he did the right thing. yeah. okay, let's talk about the weather and see what that's looking like as we hit the weekend mike. all right, we'll talk about sunny or skies. and slightly cooler than average temperatures, especially in our inland east bay neighbors 80s for tomorrow will be pretty close to average in san jose 82 same thing in oakland at 72 in san francisco at 68 a little cooler an average in santa rosa at about 78. here's a look at santa cruz. you can see all that sunshine 72 tomorrow one of the warmer spots. it'll be a little breezy in the afternoon, but you'll definitely see more sunshine along the coast not only tomorrow but also
sunday when temperatures are just slightly above average with mid to upp 60s. ait bit warmern7 an notice that water temperature about 59 degrees. that is definitely warmer than what we're used to this time of the year still cold. not as cold temperatures will gain a couple of degrees sunday will hold pretty steady monday and then we'll see a warming trend that'll make some of us maybe seek some cooler places or have to turn the air conditioner on especially inland tuesday, wednesday, thursday and friday, but i couldn't ask for a better weekend of weather than what you're saying, right? karina larry, i'll take that. thank you mike. it's not. okay, maybe an appropriate name for a movie that just hit hulu it goes inside the world of becoming a social media influencer and the road traveled to becoming famous. we
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you're a photo editor so she decides to use those skills to attract some attention for herself faking a trip to a writer's retreat in paris and posting it all over her social media, but when paris is hit with terrorist attacks, she fakes her return and is suddenly a social media star for all the wrong reasons. the girl from the paris attack are you okay? yeah. why because like what happened you ever happened to me? i don't think think i'd ever be okay. right now, i'm okay. all right, and you can catch
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home. i'm ama dates. dan a.: he is sharing his story in hopes of motivating more action from the community and community leaders. ama: this is a story you will only see on 7. >> that is a parking lot. >> reporter: greg knows about the area he calls home. >> where i live, 33 years. >> reporter: his knowledge comes from decades of public servant, most recently, the arts and culture commission by then-governor newsom. he faced one of the challenges living in the city. 7:30, as he walked home, out of nowhere, approached by a man. >> he was riding his bike, but he dropped his bike and assaulted me. i got punched in the face, and