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may of 2022. many people in san francisco are not coming back to the office. in many cases mondays and fridays, many workers don't go to the office. >> it doesn't take long to notice at this -- a difference in downtown now. >> it was crowded in 2019. now i see emptiness. people are coming back. >> according to a study, people are not coming back fast enough. in many cases because of workers don't have to. >> there is not really a requirement. it is up to us if we can come back or not. >> researchers gathered data from cell phone gps location and compared the movement from spring of 2019 to 2020 two. at of 62 north american cities, san francisco's financial district is doing the worst in
recovering. >> san francisco downtown has been the slowest to come back. in fact, it is the last in the country. it was at 31% of pre-pandemic activity, right when the lockdown happened in may. still two years after that, same level. >> restaurant owners are seeing the decline up close. at least five of his colleagues have had to close. >> you are thinking of moving your business? >> if it keeps like this, i will not have a choice. i served 200 customers a day, now i have 40. that does not make any business sense. >> more businesses closing and remote work will continue to impact the recovery process unless something changes. san francisco needs to diversify , to get a lot of different types of businesses downtown if it is going to have a 24 hour
city and be what it was three years ago. >> we spoke to the president of san francisco's counsel for district merchants association about solution. he meets with the mayor's office once a month to strategize solutions for recovery. >> more spaces like some of the d d sawe have, tand beose er cit jo.e survey which predicted that many downtowns across the country will never fully recovered. the solution, they say, is to reinvent many of these districts. kristen: in the south bay, firefighters put out a grass fire that got close to homes in san jose.
sky 7 flew over the fire and you can see several trees burned along with a shed. all lanes of the 880 in fremont are open after firefighters put out a fire that destroyed a bus on the highway. no reported injuries in that fire, but it did limit traffic to two lanes north of stevenson boulevard while the burning bus was put out. no word on the cause of that fire. >> new information on a gruesome discovery. a woman is undergoing ethical evaluation after police officers found the decomposed remains of her mother inside the home they shared on windsor drive. police say neighbors got buried after seeing delivery boxes piling up. officers found the mothers remains in the living room and a daughter the bedroom. she tells investigators her mother died of natural causes in april of last year. the house has been declared uninhabitable. >> district attorney brooke
jenkins is making subtle changes to the controversial bail policies set by her predecessor. she announced her office will only seek cash bail in limited misdemeanor cases, as required by law. she will allow those charged with felony offenses -- eliminating cash bail entirely saying it unfairly impacted poor defendants and people of color. >> new details about the federal government student loan forgiveness program. pres. biden: people can start to finally crawl out from under that mountain of debt. >> thousands of dollars in debt will disappear. up to $20,000 if you would to college on pell grant's and $10,000 for other loans. the current pause on loan repayment will be extended through december. lyanne melendez is taking a look at the fine print and why some are not as thrilled as you think it might. >> there are people who are
upset because they spent years paying off their student loans and even taking on two jobs and never getting the help of the federal government. the biden administration argues this action will help narrow the racial wealth gap, calling it a ticket to a middle-class life. one third of students, one in three who have taken out a federal student loan over less than $10,000. that means they could see their loan completely wiped out. gone. >> i saw this on twitter. i was showing my coworkers. [indiscernible] >> the department of education says the average student graduates with nearly $25,000 in debt. >> i will be in that probably $40,000. the $10,000 is something that helps. >> some students in the low
income category whose families reported making less than $60,000 will lead eligible to wipe out $20,000 in loans. >> like our students at cal state east bay, 42% are pell grant recipients. those students will be eligible for $20,000 in debt relief. >> according to the brookings institution, black graduates have nearly twice as much debt as their white counterparts. part of the reason is that since 1980, the total cost of a watcher your college has nearly tripled. the line below represents federal support in the form of a pell grant which has not kept up. there are a few things you should know. those making 100 $25,000 a year or less all of five for this forgiveness. 250 thousand dollars for married couples. current college students with loans will be assessed based on their parent's income.
not everyone is happy about the announcement. some expected more, others call it another handout, adding to the country's budget deficit. a new study from the wharton school finds the plan could cost $300 billion this year. some economists are concerned that debt cancellation will generate more disposable income, which could make inflation worse. >> we are probably going to do more to increase inflation from debt cancellation then any reduction from the inflation reduction act. >> without that student debt, the argument is that most people will have more money to spend on things. except right now the federal reserve does not want americans to necessarily buy more, because it is trying to reduce the rate of inflation which as of july is at 8.5%. kristen: nancy pelosi is back in her home district celebrating
the passage of the inflation reduction act. pelosi joined leaders in san francisco to highlight the key health care provisions. most notably, lower prices on prescription drugs for medicare recipients when it comes to co-pay cost. >> for insulin, $35 a month. that is like 1/10 of where it is. i have to say, we did that without one republican vote. >> the new law will mean lower costs for the 1.7 million californians who get their insurance through the affordable care act. up to $2800 for a family of four. >> antioch city council passed an ordinance to protect from excessive rent increases. the council voted to approve the ordinance which puts say cap on rent increases at 3%. a group of residents pushed for
that ordinance. several reported rent takes after the state lifted the covid-19 eviction moratorium. kristen: california's attorney general is making sephora pay up. the settlement today saying the beauty company violated the california consumer privacy act. sephora has to pay $1.2 million. >> today's settlement makes it clear we will not hesitate to enforce the law. it is time for companies to get the memo. protect consumer data, honor their privacy rights. kristen: sephora data was used by third parties that track information like customers precise locations and what they put in their online shopping carts. sephora is headquartered in paris, but it's u.s. hub is in san francisco. going forward, the company will have to tell users it is selling their data and give them the option to opt out.
>> breaking news out of los angeles where the jury has reached a verdict in vanessa bryant's lawsuit over photos of the helicopter crash that killed her husband kobe bryant, daughter and seven others. the jury just began deliberations today. bryant is suing the county over photos taken by first responders at the scene that were shared by others. she and her codefendant are asking the jury for tens of millions of dollars for negligence and invasion of privacy. the verdict comes one day after what would have been kobe bryant's 41st birthday. as soon as the verdict is read, we will bring it to you here. kristen: san rafael police dropped off a homeless man in a san francisco neighborhood. an investigation is underway. we will have the latest. the end of the road for gas powered cars in california could be closer than you think. the battle over what is behind so-called sacred land in south
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effect in 2035. >> the demand for the all electric can't keep up with supply, says the general manager. >> it is made of about 40% of our sales. when you include hybrids, it is over 50%. >> for buyers, reducing their footprint, tax incentives and the way it drives make this car a big hit. starting in 2035, all new cars sold in california could be required to be zero emission vehicles like this one. >> firm goal that by 2035 we will eliminate the sale of an kirk internal combustion engines. we will move forward to decarbonizing our vehicle fleet. >> that was gavin newsom's commitment two years ago. thursday, the california air resources board will vote on stringent new rules to ban the sale of gasoline cars and sit
zero missions sales goals for new cars over the next 13 years. 35% of vehicles sold in the state by 2026. governments around the world have set goals to the phase out the sale of gas cars. if passed, experts say california's new regulations could stand as one of the most important imaging policies in the world. california is lower -- also the largest auto market in the u.s.. >> that group is -- that group of states that tends to follow california's lead work to do so with this, it would be roughly 30% of the population in the u.s. now living somewhere where this would be a requirement. >> critics say there are big concerns about charging infrastructure, mineral availability and vehicle pricing. but -- says companies like ford have already made headway with electric vehicles and there's time for more change between now and 2035. >> there still a long time to
get the price point down, offer additional models to address different buying habits, things like that. i think it is realistic. >> california's plan is more ambitious than the federal government's goals. california wants 68% of sales to be electric by the year 2030. last year, president biden was pushing for half of new vehicle sales to be electric by that same year. kristen: abc7 took a deep diving this topic to see what needs to be done to make this zero emission dream a reality. here is a portion of that report. ed to happen simultaneously. the cost of vehicles need to come down and infrastructure needs to go up. >> more californians are buying electric and most sales are clustered in urban areas.
in 2021, two thirds of sales happened in these five counties. but why? it is clear when you look at two things. when we compare maps of where charging stations are, where people make the most money and where the cars are being sold, they all look similar. here are the charging stations, income, cars sold. the similarity of these maps shows the spread of infrastructure has in the past happened in the same areas where people could afford these more expensive cars. the same californians who tend to live in communities most affected by air pollution, they are the same ones you would think should be getting access to clean vehicles, but that's not always the case. >> what can be done to change this? kristen: for the answer to that question, check out the full special on-demand right now on the abc7 streaming app on roku,
amazon, fire, google tv. >> let's move on with the forecast. a little bit cooler today, but still nice. >> steppingstones. sandia: we are stepping down. as we hit the weekend, we are going to see that trend continue. we will briefly get a warm up on friday. a live picture right now, here is what brought about our cooling. the marine later deepening. tonight, hanging tough. it is just a nice change of pace especially because we have been dealing with hot weather england. you will noticed it is still gray along parts of the coastline. temperatures have dropped. 13 degrees cooler in santa rosa. down five degrees in san jose. 40 mile an hour wind onshore, coming off the cool ocean water.
which has actually been running cooler the last couple of days. the golden gate bridge camera, you can see how great it is. 62 in the city. oakland 71. 82 san jose. 83 santa clara. along the embarcadero, a nice breeze blowing right now and you see blue skies. here's a look at temperatures. hotspot is the low 90's, which is not too bad. 82 in santa rosa. we are going to check out the view and as we look towards mount diablo, clear skies. the coastal fog expands into areas of morning drizzle. a sunny afternoon inland is going to get cooler this weekend. there is a trough passing to our north, which started the cooling trend. tomorrow morning, more drizzle. widespread low clouds and fog. be careful as we head into the afternoon. we will see clouds pushing back
inland overnight. first thing in the morning, 50's. visibility will be poor due to fog. be careful. afternoon highs tomorrow, barely in the upper 80's around livermore and fail -- fairfield. antioch will hit 90. 84 santa rosa. 82 san rafael. 70 20. 66 san francisco. even cooler saturday. mid 80's for our warmest inland valleys. sunday, a slight uptick in temperatures, but still below average. gray and drizzly morning. we are looking at a bump up in temperatures. breezy to win the for the weekend. temperatures drop below what we would expect this time of year, but the heat returns early next week to the middle part of next week when we see mid 90's showing up again. nice weather overall. >> thank you.
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>> both sides of the land battle will weigh in tomorrow. at the center, the rolling hills of santa clara county south of gilroy. it is called sargent ranch, but the -- tribe knows it as sacred ground. developers see a valuable opportunity. for members of this tribe, a stretch of rolling hills in southern client -- santa clara county.
christine valleys, running creeks a natural tar pits. the tribe considers the area sacred to their religion. chairman valentina lopez says the name translate to place of the bighead. >> we have four villages at or near. our responsibility was to maintain these lands as sacred. >> since the early days, the area has also been part of the sergeant ranch. now proposing construction of a sand and gravel quarry covering several hundred acres. however justice says the operation would be a boost to local construction which relies in part on materials shipped from canada. >> the need for the region is sand comprises 45% of the manufacture of concrete, which is obviously a critical component. >> the scope of the project is drawing criticism from environmental groups including
plans to raise several hilltops. alice kaufman of the nonprofit green foothills believes the operation could both scar the open space andtration route for to migrateth are rk redu genetiche which is inbreedg and is dangerous. >> the development group counters it has proposals in place to protect migration quarters and restore the site once the project is complete. perhaps just as sensitive is the destruction. information on the sergeant cori website seems to dispute some planes -- a cultural and ecological study done as part of the environmental and packed process paints a different story . >> there are geological
reference -- records nearby that date back 13,000 years. our people have been here a very long time. >> the development group says it does not dispute that the tribe considers the area sacred and said in a recent letter to the county that it is willing to negotiate, possibly making parts of the land available for native ceremonies. >> we want to be part of the solution to provide the tribe with an area they can call their home. tribal cimwi pbablco area, the coming to publisanta clara couna virtual planning meeting tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 to discuss the issue. kristen: abc7 was the first to show you this video of a homeless man being dropped off by police. of, we talk live
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francisco, leaving him alone with no resources. liz kreutz was the first reporter to show the incident. the san rafael police department has apologized and is addressing the incident internally. joining me now is san francisco city attorney david. >> good to see you. >> let's talk a little. investigation has just begun, but what have you learned so far? >> we recently received the same video you have shown to your viewers it is troubling. disturbing. it is disturbing that another jurisdiction would sink to drop someone who is experiencing homelessness in the middle of a residential neighborhood without services or resources around. that generally does not result in a good outcome. >> we've heard of hospitals patient dumping people before,
this is a slightly unusual twist on that. when you investigate something like this, what are you looking for? criminal liability? what is the potential? >> our city attorney's office, we are on the civil side. you mention what has happened in the past with patient dumping. years ago, our office had to file a lawsuit over -- against the state of nevada for busing patients to san francisco. they were literally sending patients to us with one way bus tickets. we had to sue, we settled for close to half $1 million. while we are just digging into this and starting to learn the facts, there are issues that seem similar to that nevada patient dumping. >> and of course it is a -- case but from that perspective, what might you do? what could possible outcomes be?
>> from my perspective, the most important thing is to make sure the city has a policy in place that makes it clear to all its officers that this is not acceptable. not an acceptable action on the part of law enforcement. in addition, we had to spend resources as a city when it came to first responders who showed up on the scene and apparently this individual might have set a fire, so there were fire personnel and others. in the nevada case i referenced, we sued in part under the common law of misappropriation of funds, which is the idea that one jurisdiction is literally misappropriating the taxpayer dollars of another. it looks like that might have happened. >> there is no way to get into the mindset of what happened specifically, but if -- is there a circumstance where that person could have just told the off -- told the officer that was where
he wanted to be dropped off? is there legitimate reason to do that? >> possibly. but in this instance, it was clear that this individual didn't seem to have a particular destination in mind. what we have heard from various news reports has frankly changed over the last couple of days. they initially suggested this individual had requested to be dropped in san francisco but we have also heard news reports in which san rafael is saying it was an officer that had suggested that to the individual. we still have not heard exactly what has happened from san rafael themselves. we have requested information and are still waiting. >> interesting. >> this is the job we have. >> thank you for coming gone. >> thanks for having me. >> to the latest on an investigation, a travel book are
accused of taking thousands of dollars from residents, then never booking their vacations. they have until november to pay them back or face possible jail time. melanie woodrow has been covering this story since 2019 and has the latest. >> residents who trusted wendy to book their day's donation weddings, family reunions and vacations may finally get their money back. today, she pleaded guilty to two felonies. the district attorney's office said she had been facing 50 felony counts. >> it is well worth the wait. as long as something is done about it, and it seems there was. >> victims like the mar family told us she took their money but did not book their trips. in 2019, rachel and her finance -- >> i wish we had never crossed paths with her. >> the basque as family says wong took their money to book a
trip to mexico. >> i was passed off. >> sicilia save one of her voicemails. >>scernible] >> i reached out to her and i kept asking about a refund. she kept saying it was coming. finally she broke all communication. >> santa clara ada says she has until her november 4 sentencing to come up with $150,000 in restitution for the 37 victims who requested refunds for the amounts they paid. the das office says there were 48 victims and more than $200,000 loss. not everyone requested restitution. if she doesn't pay, the das office says she could be sentenced up to one year in custody and one year of mandatory supervision if she pays, she would avoid custody but still has two felonies and probation. >> i hope everybody does get paid back and she is able to do
that. >> her attorney told the i team, we have no comment at the time. kristen: if you have a story for the hi team, go to abc7news.com or call -- >> unused gift cards and a sound that just might give you that just might give you t tyf , we house up to 26 families. create spaces of healing and restoration. for the first time ever, prop 27 will provide permanent funding for organizations like ours. saying yes to prop 27 means more people get the assistance that they nee they get someone to partner in such a way to see transformation come to them. yes on prop 27, because there's no place like home.
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sandia, i will start with you. what i don't actually understand is how -- if light can't escape a black hole, how can they hear it? but now we know so much more. still a big mystery, but mo that -- so much more about black holes. >> it is fascinating. no doubt about it. it is creepy. it seems like it is somewhere very far away, but somehow or another it conjures up the image of perhaps halloween. spooky. >> the invasion. >> this whole time, i'm thinking this should be a good third-down drop for the 49ers. you talk about scary. more appropriate for the readers, actually. >> fascinating. >> i don't know if this opinion is held by anyone else, but that's kind of how i would expect a black hole sound. right?
so instead of being spooked some kind of like, oh, ok. fair enough. >> you are tough to impress. [laughter] >> you may be able to impress me with a gift card. it seems like they may be a waste of money. a new bike credit card stock confines almost half of americans are holding onto unused gift cards. 47% say they have at least one at home. that adds up to $21 billion nationwide. one third of americans say they have let a gift card expire at some point. see? this is why i just say, give me cash. >> it's the thought that counts, but i have given gift cards occasionally. i try to avoid it. i have had several go unused. i try to use them because somebody went through the trouble of giving it to me, but they get away from you.
i just stick it in a drawer. >> the spa ones, those are never used. >> i do have a spa one and i must admit as much as i love to shop, that is one that i sometimes forget i still have. the other ones, i'd left the shop so i usually spend them. my oldest daughter hangs onto them. and then it has been a year or two. i'm like, are you going to use that? i could see how people forget. >> that's why businesses love selling them. >> great money for them. if you are a fan of pumpkin spice, there might be a job for you. finance buzz is looking for someone to taste test new fall foods at trader joe's. the gig includes evaluating all the pumpkin foods at trader joe's from pumpkin stuff, pumpkin cereal. the job pays $1000 and a $500
trader joe's gift card. and a so-called pumpkin spice pundit will create shopping recommendations. that's kind of a fun thing to do. chris? >> i am in gift cards. i am actually not a big pumpkin spice person. >> i am the same. >> i can move on to thanksgiving. >> i am the same. >> sign me up. i love anything pumpkin. pumpkin ravioli, pumpkin spice drinks. i have to clarify encase the bosses are watching, i am not looking for a job. kristen: yeah. they pay me gazillions to taste pumpkins, i will consider it. [laughter] >> doesn't seem too hard. kristen: i like pumpkin too. pumpkin pie is all i really want
out of thanksgiving. so, sure. >> chris and i are holding out for the apple pie. >> yes. >> so, we won't fight. >> now to some great video we had to show you again. it is the t rex dirty. nice. emerald downs, washington state peers sunday's race had about 150 dinosaurs taking part. it's not the first -- but the first in three years to to the pandemic. dear member when that costume was everywhere? it is so hot inside. i don't. >> there is something that just makes you giggle when you see it. it's so goofy. i bet it is probably pretty hot in there. >> we need more of these, no doubt. put it across the country and you can win pumpkin spice latte's at the end. definitely a good video.
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photos from the scene of the 2020 helicopter crash that killed her husband kobe bryant. their daughter and seven others. bryant's coplaintiff was awarded $15 million. chester's wife and 13-year-old daughter were among those killed. our team in los angeles was in the courtroom and says vanessa bryant cried and thanked the jurors. dan: a bay area native who served in afghanistan and iraq will have a portion of interstate 280 named after him. a section of 280 will soon be known as the captain matthew patrick memorial highway. >> dustin dorsey spoke with his family about his legacy will be honored one decade after his death. >> our country is built on heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice to ensure our freedom like for a -- who died in afghanistan. this year marks 10 since his
passing, challenging for his family. >> hearing from his friends and colleagues who served at the time about the things he was doing and how much the iraqis and afghans it respected him, how much he loved them. we miss the guy. >> the captain believed in universal and perpetual peace, a value he lived by while serving in the marines before he was killed by a rogue police officer. his father said he changed lives. >> those little kids in the pictures with him, one of these days, those kids are going to become the village elders and they are going to remember the americans who were good guys. >> the judge remembers his son through pictures in his judge chambers and soon his hometown will never forgehithanks to legislation from assembly member berman. a portion of interstate 280 will be named in his honor. >> i think it is important that
people in my district know about captain keown. that people know that there are people in our communities joining the military so that we can have the freedom to drive up interstate 280. >> every the judge drives through the exact path along 280 where his son will be honored. just like the kids in afghanistan, hopefully the lives in the bay area are impacted by his story. >> he brought some change to iraq. he brought some change to afghanistan. hopefully people will look at his name and say, who is that guy? look him up and read about him. >> a hero in every sense of the word. kristen: a cool day. one that shouldn't have you turning on the ac. >> i don't know about that. a little toasty.
>> low 90's inland around the bay and the coast, you are saving money. let me show you a live picture from our south beach camera. blue skies and the marine layer advancing. good air quality will continue through the weekend. something to be thankful for, never take it for granted. low 60's to low 90's tomorrow. fewer 90's showing up. the fog along the coastline is going to make its push into the inland valleys by tomorrow. temperatures come up a few degrees but over the weekend, it drop off. low 60's coast side. >> celebrating all things oakland. just a week away from pyro day. >> one of the
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the goldbergs and home economics. and then press your luck at 10:00 followed by abc7news at 11:00 hydro day is back in oakland. it is a celebration of music and culture in the east bay and it all started with one of the original hip-hop groups from the bay area. we talked with one of the members on our streaming show. ♪ >> our biggest hit was 93 to infinity. september 3, 93 has traditionally been the day. but every labor day in oakland we do a huge party. 10,000 to 20,000 people, three stages, a kids area, rollerskating rink. basically we celebrate all of the good food, designers and music in the bay. we bring national acts on the same platform as local acts. it is a celebration of oakland,
the bay area, the talent and all the city has given to us. our fans are probably some of the most for friend. they call us the grateful dead of hip hop. our fans get tattoos, they caravan behind us and everything. it's like saying you're a member of fight club or something. you are on the inside now. it is great because it is really a family-based feeling. highroad a was a fan inspired idea. they say, we should evangelize -- the first year it was on labor day and after that it clicked. now every labor day we are able to get the last big rager of the summer. kristen: there is also a foundation that tries to melt hip-hop with education. that is going to do it for the
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