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of a 60-year-old woman in oakland. oakland. the bay area collection -- californians have a choice between two initiatives on sports betting. prop 27 generates hundreds of millions every year to permanently fund getting people off the streets a prop 26? not a dime to solve homelessness prop 27 has strong protections to prevent minors from betting. prop 26? no protections for minors. prop 27 helps every tribe, including disadvantaged tribes. prop 26? nothing for disadvantaged tribes vote yes on 27. now you can save big on supersonic wifi from xfinity. can it handle all of my devices? all that. and it comes with a 2-year rate guarantee. what?! ok! no annual contract. no equipment fees. oh, and a free streaming box. i like streaming. it's all just $50 a month when you add xfinity mobile with unlimited data. will you add a motorcycle? no. did you say yes?!
the new xfinity supersonic bundle. it's kind of a big deal >> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. >> i was very surprised. ama: governor newsom vetoes a bill that would have created safe, supervised drug injection sites. if he had signed the bill, sites would have been allowed to open in san francisco, oakland, and los angeles. supporters say it would have helped deal with the drug overdose crisis. j.r. stone learns san francisco could still move forward. >> i'm so excited and ecstatic and grateful that newsom went ahead and vetoed sb 57. >> jackie berlin is praising governor gavin newsom for vetoing that bill, one that
would have allowed for safe injection sites, where people could legally do drugs in a supervised environment in san francisco, oakland, and los angeles, cities plagued by overdose deaths. state senator scott weiner wrote the bill and calls the veto devastating in says peer-reviewed studies have showed that these sites save lives and helped lead many to treatment. >> we have now had two governors in a row veto this bill. so it is really clear that the state is badly dropping the ball. j.r.: governor newsom said signing off on this could induce a world of unintended consequences, saying he is concerned about the operations of these sites. the san francisco city attorney says safe injection sites work. nonprofits have opened the sites in new york city and chu believes the same could still be done in san francisco. >> to save lives, i support a
nonprofit moving forward with new york's model. the department of justice has not asked those new york site to stop their operations. j.r.: not news for lynn likes to hear, her son is addicted to final and living on the streets. >> we have been putting too many resources into addiction maintenance and not enough resources are going into treatment and habilitation -- rehabilitation. j.r.: she says the methadone clinics are not even open 24 hours a day. senator wiener and david chu agree with that and believe all these ideas need to be put into place. j.r. stone, abc 7 news. ama: a vigil held for the latest victim of violence in oakland, a 60-year-old woman who worked as a dentist in the east bay.
tim johns was at the vigil and spoke to one of the victim's patients. >> flowers and incense monday afternoon in oakland. people gathered near the spot where lily was murdered in broad daylight sunday afternoon in the little saigon neighborhood. surveillance video showing the incident unfolding and her life being taken away with the sound of three gunshots. [gunshots] >> we believe this was clearly a robbery that went that. -- bad. she did not give up her belongings. >> she was a local dentist and ballet student, active and be loved in her community. >> very kind, very loving, and a very ashen and -- passionate for life and everything. >> she came to pay her respects to her friend of many years.
she says she is still in shock. >> immediately, i was crying. i made a lunch i could 90. >> her death is the second murder that happened in this area recently. a delivery driver was shot and killed here several weeks ago. several oakland city council members were present at monday's vigil. with two murders in a couple of weeks, we asked what tangible steps they are taking to put an end to the violence. the council president telling us she believes the solutions have to be multifaceted. >> we have to get guns off the streets. one of the other things is that the police need to focus on solving these crimes. >> until relief comes, many in the local community will continue to live in fear, unsure to how to stop the violence. >> they want to have a normal
life. i can walk in the street. they can go anywhere. without fear. >> tim johns, abc 7 news. ama: in fairfield, a man is in the hospital after he was shot by police. it happened this afternoon during a brief chase. police released some photos. they said he pulled out a handgun and pointed it at officers. officers found five guns which turned out to be five bb guns and another gun was found in the suspect's car. they were trying to arrest him on an outstanding warrant in a domestic violence case. in richmond, police taped off an intersection. you can see a lot of police activity and the number of yellow evidence markers. there was at least one deceased person and a large crowd watching police investigate. new at 11:00, a bay area man accused of trying to derail the
investigation into the death of a federal officer was sentenced to 10 years in prison. he also faced a separate charge involving child pornography. federal investigators say he helped form and armed antigovernment militia group connected to the boogaloo movement. stephen carrillo was charged with the officer's murder and was earlier sentenced to 41 years. galloping news, the family of a teenager who disappeared after leaving a party in truckee say they are coming to terms with her death after drivers say they found her body yesterday. her family released a statement saying, while we accept this sadness cast under death's shadow, the rising sun shines light upon us, reminding us to celebrate kylie's spirit. the nevada county sheriff says
they have not identified the body found a vehicle submerged in a lake, but they do believe that is the 16-year-old. she disappeared august 6. a volunteer group searched with high-end equipment for two days and say they found the suv in 14 feet of water. >> data and grandpa were on scene in less than two minutes. it's very tragic. at that point, all hope for her coming home was gone. they were very frustrated with how things played out. >> the sheriffs's office says it will review how it missed the vehicle. an official id on the body is expected tomorrow. a bay area family is grieving, sharing details about a person killed in the deadly plane crash in watsonville. amanda del castillo spoke with the family. >> once-in-a-lifetime son, brother, and friend.
how he is described. he was piloting the single-engine cessna 152 in thursday's deadly mid airplane collision at watsonville municipal airport. his family telling abc 7 news, his zest for life led him down countless paths. adding his loss will be deeply felt by an immense community of people who loved him and were loved by him. he was a santa cruz resident who graduated from ucsc with degrees in chemistry and earth sciences, working in the i.t. division. here in his pilot's license in june 2020. he was practicing loops, touchdowns, and takeoffs for additional certification. he successfully completed four and was on his last one when the crash happened.
authorities say the second plane, a twin-engine cessna, was carrying two people and a dog. the victims on board identified. an internet search link the two to a fourth-generation family farm and custom farm services, both located in wynton. the two small planes collided while attempting to land. radio reporting syndicate the two pilots were in communication shortly before the crash. >> straight in. looking for traffic. >> i see you. you are behind me. i'm going to go around. you are coming at me pretty quick, man. >> everybody please be advised that there is an accident toward runway. >> i'm amanda del castillo, abc 7 news. ama: hercules police warning
people to be on the lookout for mountain lions after this massive cat was spotted this morning and the ben loman neighborhood. that neighborhood backs up to 80 and has a large grassy area nearby. with the extreme heat and lack of rain, mountain lions are searching for food and water. back and forth they go, the good friend elon musk has subpoenaed in his fight with twitter. looking for an explanation after police are shown dumping a homeless man in san francisco. a former state park ranger convicted of dui now suspended in a new drunk driving incident. >> keep easing, haze increasing. the hour-by-hour smoke forecast coming up. ama: look at what is coming up on jimmy kimmel live with guest host lemoore and morris. >> thanks. it's monday night. let's get freaky.
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investigating why a san rafael police officer dropped off a mentally ill homeless man and left a mini residential neighborhood in san francisco without any resources. liz has the story will only see on abc 7. >> it is not something san franciscans might expect to see, but here it is caught on camera. a police officer from marin county dropping off a man who appears to be homeless and mentally l on 14th avenue in san francisco. the shops neighborec home acrose street. she says after the officer unloaded the man and his belongings, he drove off. the neighbors say after the men was dropped off, he started causing trouble in the neighborhood and seemed to like something on fire and then started throwing rocks and undressing in a driveway. san francisco police department and fire were called to respond. they arrived 30 minutes after he was left. >> san francisco is not a
dumping ground. >> san francisco city attorney says his office is investigating. >> it is disturbing to think that another jurisdiction would drop someone experiencing homelessness or mental health challenges in the middle of a residential neighborhood with no services or resources around. it doesn't make for a good outcome. >> i want to a knowledge that we made a mistake. >> the spokesperson for the san rafael police department told us the officer should never have driven the manager san francisco or any other outside county. >> this looks like is the situation were san rafael ed did not want to deal with this person, so brought them to san francisco to let the city deal with it. >> i understand that is what it looks like and i want to extend our apologies not only to extend our -- not only to the neighborhood, but also to the first responders had to deal with this subject. >> chu pointed to a 2013 lawsuit
that san francisco filed against the state of nevada for dumping patients in the area. >> we will look to hold any jurisdiction accountable that is proven to engage in this behavior, any jurisdiction thinking about doing this needs to think twice. >> the spokesperson for the san rafael police department reiterated that bringing someone into san francisco is not part of their policy. he said they are addressing this internally with the police officer in the supervisor on duty who approved him doing this. abc 7 news. ama: word of a dui crash in mendocino county and connection to an eye team is best to gauge and from eight years ago. a suspected drunk driver crossed w line slamming into a minivan carrying a family of five. the mother and a 15-year-old girl suffered serious injuries as did the driver of the other car. the other driver is 41-year-old
tyson young, a former state park ranger caught on camera passed out in his patrol car still running and in gear. he lost his job after a dui conviction in 2014 and has worked for caltrans since then. the chped the case to the mendocino county district attorney. he is considering firing -- filing felony charges against young. the vaca liver buying twitter is getting personal for elon musk. he subpoenaed his friend and former twitter ceo jack orsi -- dorsey. it is part of an effort to back out of a $44 billion agreement to buy the company. among his reasons, he claimed twitter failed to provide adequate information about the fake accounts. the trial is set to start october 17. let's focus on the weather. we had a pleasant weekend, but this coming for the week ahead? sandhya: it is going to be cooler for the coming days.
we are concerned about the smoke starting tomorrow. here is your smoke alert. avoid exposure to it. keep your doors and windows closed. r.that is your smoke alert.rigt now, you have the fog . tomorrow, we have some hayes and smoke due to the wildfire burning to the north. most areas will be moderate. the smoke is going to be coming from the sixth rivers lightning complex fire, which you can see on the last visible satellite image from earlier tonight. the smoke was getting transported eastward. tomorrow, the wind direction out of the north will drag some smoke into the bay area as early as tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow evening. it will be a hazy day. avoid exposure, like i said. it is unhealthy for the fire region at this hour.
air quality is good in the bay area. this is for the time being. today, we had one record at the santa rosa co-op site. 100 degrees. other than that, hot weather inland. low to mid 90's. no other records. got up to 70 degrees in san francisco. temperatures from the 50's, 60's coast side and the bay, to the 70's well and lend. that marine layer is below 1000 feet. that means dense coastal fog, patchy drizzle overnight. heat easing inland. here is the shallow fog layer tonight as it was coming in. this really cool to watch that fog. it will not be cool when you drive through it. you see the fog near the coast. quarter mile visibility at half moon bay. we start the day with the drizzle, the fog, mainly a
coastal bay event. in the afternoon, some of the fog will hang around near the beaches. 50's and 60's. give yourself extra time for the morning commute. tomorrow afternoon, it is going to be hazy. hotspots inland will be in the 90's. mid-60's coast side. another breezy afternoon on tap. the heat tomorrow. morning drizzle followed by a cooler one wednesday afternoon. and we hold in the 60's to 90's range until the week and. that is when the numbers will drop below average. by sunday, we are tucking mid-80's inland, low 60's coast. it is not going to feel like summer by sunday. ama: it is almost fall. sandhya: we are just around the corner. ama: save the date, september 8 disney plus day. setting premieres, exclusive perks, and early access. disn
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90% of profits go to out-of-state corporations, leaving almost nothing for the homeless. no real jobs are created here. but the promise between our state and our sovereign tribes would be broken forever. these out-of-state corporations don't care about california. but we do. stand with us. ama: an epic duel between two bear cubs is making for an adorable cop on camera moment. you can see the cubs playfully sparring and rolling around in the dirt. the mama bear was watching from
a distance as she drank some water. the photographer called it a cute sibling moment. the giants were off tonight and the a's 10 game homestand continued at the coliseum. >> coming up in sports, the a's opened up a three-game series with the marlins. how the 49ers defensive tackle is wreaking havoc for opposing
he would be ok. tip of the cap. charles leblanc. solo shot to left. 1-0, miami. nick gallen has been showing up on defense. no glove and all love. fires across for the out. should -- so nice. the marlins blank the a's 3-0. 49ers news and notes. karen armistead and emmanuel moseley returned to practice. javon kinlaw healthy and recovered from knee surgery. he had a sack in the win over minnesota saturday. amazing to see what a healthy number 99 can do. > i'm proud of what he has done and he is still getting better.
it's going to be great to see where he ends up by the end of the year when he continues to build all of those reps on how much better he can be. >> i feel like i'm finally getting back to having fun and just being a kid again. now that i'm not in any pain. just playing football now. >> not dealing with pain is amazing for your mental. not just football players, anyone in general. i think that has helped him a lot. feeling like himself again. >> robert saleh in his second season as the jets head coach. a falcons field. early fourth quarter, falcons down. and a sack of the quarterback, the scoop and score. the jets win it 24-16.
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