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>> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. kumasi: new monkeypox clinic in san francisco. reggie: routine shopping becomes anything but when a car smashes a trader joe's. kumasi: less rain on the way, weeks after the heat wave. when and where we see showers. reggie: mine. -- good morning. drew: rain, back half of the weekend. today, tomorrow mild sunshine. marine layer with us. no fog.
gray skies. beautiful afternoon, sunshine. 70's and 80's away from the coast. tracking rain, sunday the heaviest, chances continue monday tuesday. storm impact scale, coming up. kumasi: san francisco has 800 monkeypox cases. a new pop-up clinic is opening. reporter: on the heels of leaders saying they find a disproportionate number of monkeypox cases in gay men of color, san francisco is working to connect in a different way.
the public health department has partnered with the raifiki coalition at their location on cesar chavez street, noon to 3:00 with a specific invitation to the black community. as the response team stressed the need for equitable yesterday, they launched a pilot program, the goal being to get vaccines to smaller venues. >> we are entering the harder phase of the vaccination campaign. today, we are opening applications for our second the equity intervention pilot. we will identify hyper local strategies to improve vaccine access to communities of color,
specifically those overrepresented in the outbreak. reporter: hope is on the horizon. new monkeypox cases in the u.s. are down 50% since august. still looking for a vaccine? they are still available at zuckerberg san francisco general until 4:00 this afternoon. abc 7 news. reggie: flying out of sfo today, get early and bring your own snacks. fast food workers are protesting, demanding higher wages. workers will pick it from 2:00 to 4:00 this afternoon. to make $17 per hour but they stay that is still less than the minimum ordinance. a strike is very likely. kumasi: new details about the plane crash in watsonville last month. investigators released a report revealing new witnesses who saw
what happened. amanda has the story. reporter: new witness accounts, a stunning photo and flight check data. details shared in this report by the ntsb on the mid airplane collision last month. a closer look at the harrowing photo, capturing the moment the single-engine cessna 152 and twin-engine cessna 340 crashed, killing three people and a dog. >> the twin engine at the last moment was turning right to avoid the other aircraft, clearly making the turn a couple seconds too late. reporter: max breaking down the report, explaining the twin engine was traveling too fast, a speed that would not have allowed for a safe landing under any circumstance. >> there is no rational explain as to why he was that fast. reporter: piloting the
single-engine, was a 32-year-old raised in alamo. he was practicing touch and go landings. on his fifth attempt. >> the most perishable skill pilots have is the ability to land well. pilots often go to the airport and practice the landing pattern 10 times. reporter: one witness in a plane above. the airport does not have a control tower. he and others listened as the pilots communicated. the witness telling investigators, he attempted to turn right. his left wing struck. >> be advised, there is an accident toward runway 2-0. >> the family reacting to the report, telling abc 7 news "we are deeply saddened neither plane had a chance to land safely.
flying was a passion he thoroughly enjoyed. we will feel this loss for the rest of our lives." abc 7 news. kumasi: family and friends created a gofundme campaign on behalf, they want to create a memorial at the watsonville municipal airport. go to abc7news.com, click on the story and find the link. reggie: investigators trying to determine why driver crashed into a trader joe's in castro valley. six people hurt. they sedan cloud 50 feet inside the store on redwood road. 4 went to the hospital. they don't believe the crash was intentional. >> the drivers cooperating. remained on scene. we don't believe he is injured. we are ruling out any impairment. reggie: crews managed to get the
car out of the store. employees did a great job helping those who were hurt. kumasi: neighbors living in pittsburgh that was once in the line of fire, are now worried about mudslides with the upcoming storm. the fire threatening a neighborhood after the hillside caught fire from a nearby landfill. the trench should keep fires away. >> don't wait, evacuate if you feel unsafe, if life or property is in danger, call 911 from a safe location and report it. kumasi: contra costa fire is urging residents to be ready in case there is an emergency. the lines to see the queen's casket are so long, people are being asked to try again later. reggie: where people saw this fireball shooting through the sky. why experts say it was unusual.
it came from a meteor. drew: so cool. reggie: was it something else? drew: womp womp womp. reggie: deep impact. armageddon. drew: very long duration, very cool. tracking early-season storm out of the gulf of alaska, down west coast, impacting northern california sunday. today, sunshine, dry, warmer afternoon. 70's and 80's away from the coast. one to five, light to severe. level 1 storm, most rain sunday. scattered showers monday tuesday. slick roadways, gusty wind, the biggest concerns. highest amounts in the north
bay, lower outside it. widespread beneficial rainfall. most of us have a good chance, quarter to three quarters on sunday. sue: it is friday, the bay bridge toll plaza. 17 minutes ago, flipped on the metering lights. minor delays behind the tolls. brake lights through the tunnel. pretty good, in the green hercules through the 80 corridor all the way through san francisco. accident over the ultima, westbound 580 near grant line, blocking one lane of traffic. kumasi: the new pro-choice add
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reggie: british officials forced to shut down the line to see the queen. they had to pause six hours overnight. wait times were 14 hours at that point. the queen's eight grandchildren will stand vigil behind her coffin tomorrow night. william will stand at the head of the coffin, terry will stand at the foot, both men will be in uniform at the request of the king.
a 15 minute documentary looks back at the queen's visit to the bay area in 1983. kumasi: ukrainian authorities will recover bodies from a mass burial site in the forest, in an area recently recaptured from russian forces. the site contains hundreds of graves. president zelenskyy said he wanted to show the world this site. the white house announced another $600 million in military aid for ukraine. some of that will include more weapons which would help troops sees momentum. reggie: search rescue in florida after lightning caused a boat to capsize on a lake. students were rowing for their middle school team. 6:00 last night, five students on the boat. it is unclear if the lightning hit boat or something near it. three students were treated at the scene, one went to the hospital. kumasi: president biden planning
to meet with the families of whitney greiner, in jail in russia. the meetings would be the first in person encounter between them. the administration has been trying to secure the release. in july, the white house proposed a prisoner swap but russia hasn't agreed yet. reggie: solano county, more aggressive climate measures for the state. the $54 billion climate investment detailed in this year's budget. california will spend the money on climate programs from public transit to wildfire prevention. state regulators finalized the governor's plan to ban new gas car sales by 2035. kumasi: governor newsom launched billboards in support of abortion care throughout seven of the most strict antiabortion states. they point residents to a new
website, regardless of where they live. he sent tweets to the governors of texas, mississippi, ohio, indiana, south dakota and oklahoma letting them know the billboards are coming to their states. drew: hi guys. reggie: hi. kumasi: yes. drew: on me. 50-50 weekend. don't worry about tomorrow outside. totally ok. sunshine to start. windy in the afternoon. the rain ramped up sunday morning. san jose good morning, sunny sky. patchy fog, early-season storm arriving sunday. unsettled early next week. today, sunshine, warmer afternoon, 70's and 80's away from the coast. overnight, patchy fog, generally
50's. nice to see this early. sunday through tuesday scattered showers, gusty wind, slick roads, thunder on monday. most of the rain sunday. monday tuesday, scattered showers. saturday, increasing clouds. dry, the rain arrives early sunday morning. 2:30 a.m., showers moving in from the coast. this front will sit on top of us sunday morning, 5 a.m., 7:00 a.m. the bright colors for the heavier showers. sunshine in the afternoon but still scattered showers sunday evening, late night sunday nihazardous travel, slick roadways. downed trees and power outages look low with this storm.
we will keep you updated. enjoy the mild afternoon today. rain sunday, windy. on-and-off showers monday to tuesday. temperatures in the 60's and 70's. kumasi: coming up on gma. ginger: the growing immigration battle. president biden firing back at republican governors who sent migrants to democratic states. live in london, a final farewell to the queen. how the city is preparing for the most complex security operation it has ever faced. the latest details on the royal family this weekend. the rising cost of food with grocery prices, the ceo of one of the top chains will join live, telling us how we can save.
big news from luke bryant. and national guacamole day, three ways you can up your game. coming up on gma. kumasi: very important to reggie: we were talking about mexican pizza. dolly parton mexican pizza musical finally came out. have you have the mexican pizza? ginger: no i have not. and the only thing i can tell you about this guacamole, one of the secret ingredient is ginger. reggie: really? kumasi: what? ginger: yes. so. reggie: did you try it? ginger: just made your weekend better. i probably tried too much. [laughter] reggie: there is never enough ginger. especially in the morning. ginger: perhaps i had a full
want a permanent solution to homelessness? you won't get it with prop 27. it was written and funded by out-of-state corporations to permanently maximize profits, not homeless funding. 90% of the profits go to out-of-state corporations permanently. only pennies on the dollar for the homeless permanently. and with loopholes, the homeless get even less permanently. prop 27. they didn't write it for the homeless. they wrote it for themselves.
kumasi: a virginia woman suing metta claiming the company is knowingly harmful to kids. she says she developed a severe eating disorder and depression. the woman, now 21, says she started a pattern of self-harm in her early teenage years because of dependence on facebook and instagram. she is seeking money for physical pain and mental anguish. she is seeking punitive damages. meta could not be reached for comment. reggie: so craving warm weather?
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the island is over. kumasi: just got to know that is the time for your reflection. reggie: and rum. and banana slaps. [laughter] next, a september storm is brewing which could bring the bay area rain. kumasi: another monkeypox pop clinic is open today. reggie: let's go to santa cruz, see if our friend is out there. this is a different shot of the lighthouse. look at these people out there. kumasi: beautiful. reggie: ok.
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prison in connection with a tragedy may be heading back again. reggie: inflation impacting everyone. the one item going up in price more than anything else. kumasi: let's get a check of the forecast. drew: tracking rain the second half of the weekend. today and tomorrow, dry. waking up 50's and 60's. cool spots in the north bay, santa rosa. east bay hills, fog gives way to sunshine. this afternoon warmer. 70's and 80's away from the coast. rain chances by the weekend sunday we are tracking a level 1 storm that will linger to monday, tuesday. the storm impacts and details, coming up. kumasi: a hearing scheduled this
morning for the man accused for the ghost ship fire in oakland. 36 people died. he served years in prison after pleading no contest to involuntary manslaughter. reporter: today's proceeding is a probation hearing. the alameda county prosecutor saying derek violated probation, and a petition filed to send him back to prison. his attorney and wife are defending him. he could go back to jail after serving time for the deadly ghost ship fire. it is a crime for a person on probation to own or possess ammunition. authorities didn't find a gun but a bullet. his wife says it was in on an altar she made to honor those who died from gun violence. court papers say police found a machete and 10 archery bows with
50 arrows. she says she uses a machete to cut back the brush behind their house and they enjoy shooting targets with their kids. >> he was a manager of the baseball team and his kids were playing. he had bats. just for sport. i wasn't going to hit anyone. it is a dangerous weapon. you are next felon with a dangerous weapon, you have your baseball bats. it is as absurd as that. reporter: derek saying i would never knowing having any weapons of harmon my home, especially after what happened. the das office is declining to comment because it is a pending case. an update on that hearing today. reggie: your health, one of the main aspects of building a better bay area, san francisco
wants to fight the spread of monkeypox. currently 800 confirmed cases here. a pop-up clinic is opening today. reporter: a disproportionate level of cases have been found among gay men of color. san francisco is working to connect in a different way by bringing them somewhere other than this traditional daily clinic at zuckerberg general. the department of health has partnered with an organization dedicated to eliminating health disparities in the black and marginalized communities of san francisco to offer a pop-up clinic today at their location on cesar chavez street, noon to 3:00. they launched the monkeypox
vaccine equity pilot program in hopes of boosting outreach to those groups. the goal is to get vaccines to smaller venues with the help of trusted community-based organizations. >> cdc will provide them with vaccine, materials and tech assistance needed to realize local interventions and it will help us learn what works to get vaccine services to populations. we have allocated 10,000, up to 50,000 doses of vaccine for the smaller equity interventions. reporter: hope is on the horizon. new cases in the u.s. down nearly 50% since early august. if you are still looking for a vaccine, zuckerberg general will continue offering monkeypox vaccines all day today until
4:00. abc 7 news. kumasi: a brooklyn based judge selected as special master to review materials seized from mar-a-lago. he was endorsed by the doj and named a potential candidate by former president trump. a different judge rejected the bid to resume the investigation. she claimed pausing the investigation would not only come with national security risk, which is what the doj was arguing. reggie: uber is responding to a cyber security breach. employees haven't been able to access company software. the hacker posted an explicit photo on an internal company page.
uber is in touch with law enforcement. kumasi: san francisco unified under fire after a second victim set a former athletic director sexually abused her on campus. a former student filed a lawsuit in august. the district allowed lawrence young to resign from george washington high school. the former student said he started sexually abusing her in 2012 when she was a minor, in the 10th grade. she is filing a lawsuit against him and the district for emotional and physical harm. the first victim filed a complaint against the a.d., in 2017. reggie: another step in the effort to return land in oakland to indigenous communities. this is located in joaquin miller park, sequoia point, not
far from the science center. >> this is going to be a chance to revitalize the area, conserve the native plants. most important my, really educate people on the culture. they want to put a round house there, which is their ceremonial structure. it is going to be fantastic. reggie: the mayor helped unveil the plan last week. that will be taken up in november. oakland would become the first california city to use municipal property as reparations for native american people. it has been months since brooke jenkins became the top prosecutor. her campaign came with big promises. she is laying out how those will be put into action. >> police have begun citing individuals engaged in public and open drug use. we can become a city that allows people to use drugs openly. reggie: the da sat down to
explain how she says her office is holding drug dealers and users accountable. check out the full interview at abc7news.com. kumasi: the recent spike in crime aimed at asian americans, has a citizen making a commitment to better protect members of the community. you can report suspicious activity. >> anyone in the asian-american community taking us up on our offer of a free account, if they ever feel unsafe they can reach out to one of our safety agents 24/7 and connect them to emergency services, utilize the power of community to let folks know what is going on around them and keep their community safe. kumasi: the announcement doubled as a training session to learn the most effective ways to use
the app. reggie: part hosting a special event today. all aboard with transit ceos, they ride along in social event. it is happening 3:00 to 6:30 p.m. tonight. 11 gm's and ceos from bay area transit agencies are taking part. they will be wearing name badges. the event will end with a public happy hour at line 51 brewery, in oakland. coming up, thousands of trucks recalled. they might roll. kumasi: live look at the new york stock exchange. we are starting down. another update next. reggie: the cost of eggs rising more than any other item. what other items are surging.
watch us for an extra hour now, live every weekday, 7:00 to 8:00 on the streaming app. today we have actor jon hamm. oprah came into my being. kumasi: [laughter] reggie: you can download the app now. kumasi: [laughter] spencer: cloudy conditions out there. drew: good air quality. we are tracking a storm. it is quite over california. this storm will slide down the west coast and impact north california sunday. tomorrow, outdoor plans are fine.
it turns windy late day saturday. it is that storm sunday bringing heavy rain in the morning scattered showers in, the afternoon. it is a level one. sunday, the bulk of the rain falling. shower chances continue monday, early tuesday. monday, chance of thunder. biggest concern with this, gusty wind and slick roads. how much rain can you expect? highest amounts in the north bay. we will show you the storm as it moves through coming up. sue: friday morning -- altamont pass accident slowing things, still pretty typical. tracy to dublin under 45
you won't get it with prop 27. it was written and funded by out-of-state corporations to permanently maximize profits, not homeless funding. 90% of the profits go to out-of-state corporations permanently. only pennies on the dollar for the homeless permanently. and with loopholes, the homeless get even less permanently. prop 27. they didn't write it for the homeless. they wrote it for themselves. kevin: i've fought wildfires for twenty years. here's the reality we face every day. this is a crisis. we need more firefighters, more equipment, better forest management to prevent wildfires and reduce toxic smoke. and we need to reduce the tailpipe emissions that are driving changes to our climate.
that's why cal fire firefighters, the american lung association, and the california democratic party support prop 30. prevent fires. cut emissions. and cleaner air. yes on 30. kumasi: republican governors continue to transport migrants. president biden condemning it. reporter: weeks before the november midterms, immigration,
the latest political flashpoint. this man among 50 migrants including children who landed in martha's vineyard. he had no idea he was in massachusetts. the florida governor on why he had them flown there. >> we are not a sanctuary state. it is expensive if people come here. it taxes social services. >> this is a political stunt. nothing tough about using women and children. ron desantis is a coward. reporter: more migrants arriving in washington dc. the texas governor busing them to the vice president's home. surprise arrivals forcing agencies to scramble to assist. >> they were confused. reporter: since april, texas has sent 8000 migrants to d.c. and new york city. >> it should be a national
burden. reporter: gavin newsom tweeting that what the governors are doing is in clever. it is cruel. calling for the doj to investigate these inhumane efforts to use kids. president biden challenging republicans to draft a bipartisan solution. >> is long overdue for senate republicans to come to the table and provide a pathway for citizens, dreamers, temporary status, farmworkers, eventual -- >> the white house saying it is working to fix a broken system and the legal process will take time. abc news. reggie: two years, 166 low
income families will receive $500 per month. it has been funded by a grant. the families have to meet criteria. >> a family of 4 would have to make $50,000 or less per year to qualify. participants must be a parent or caretaker for one child under the age of 18 or pregnant at the time of application. reggie: to apply visit mt. view.gov. icatiobe accep through midnight, september 25. should get your first payment mid december. grocery prices soared 13% in the last year, the biggest increase since 1979. eggs and margarine, the biggest jump, 40% and 38
respectively. there are more favorable growing conditions in many parts of the world which could increase supply. nissan recalling trucks in the u.s., the frontier and titans may roll away when shifted into park. the recall covers those trucks, 2020 through '23 model years. you are advised to use the parking brake. the company is working on repairs. you will get a letter when available. we are down by 332 points. kumasi: a central valley firefighter delivered his first baby. it happened to be his own child. this is penelope cruz, almost one week old now. adas b with the fsnfire darent a
mi his pregnant wife, saying the baby was coming 3.5 weeks early. they live 40 miles outside of fresno. they never made it to the hospital. a neighbor caught up on the highway. >> sounds kind of weird. i didn't have an emotional connection of this is my wife, it was just, this is what we practiced. implement it. >> she wanted to make sure she was his first delivery. [laughter] kumasi: the baby was born within three minutes of pulling over. this is their second child. their two-year-old son henry is happy to be a big brother. is it a horn or a dog? a boat horn is not necessary when you have onboard a dog like this. [dog howling]
[laughter] kumasi: [laughter] this is angus howling his way. if you need more angus in your life, he has his own account. foghorn and sailor. reggie: not just a dog. kumasi: i am here. reggie: the way he is standing. kumasi: posture. reggie: feet fan. kumasi: grounded. reggie: straight back. drew: very useful across the bridge. reggie: that would be good. kumasi: good. [laughter] reggie: i don't want to hear a lot. kumasi: that was too much? [laughter] reggie: i hope that is the only time he does it. drew: when it is clear up? kumasi: [laughter] reggie: i don't want to hear it at home or when he is hungry. kumasi: might have to take that with it. [laughter] drew: you might.
kumasi: you might. drew: good morning. once we get rid of the fog, sunshine on the way. sunrise on its way, next couple minutes. warmer afternoon. we are tracking an early-season storm sunday. we stay unsettled next week. today, you don't need rain gear. 70's and 80's. tonight, fog. generally in the 50's. level 1 storm, rain sunday morning. unsettled monday and tuesday. gusty wind, slick roads. monday, chance of thunder. saturday outdoor plans, just fine. sunday, here comes that front. 2:00 a.m., steady showers
through the afternoon. yellow and orange, heavy rain throughout the day sunday. sunday afternoon breaks of sunshine, scattered showers moving through in the evening. biggest concern would be travel because of water ponding. low concern for debris and power outages. good idea, download the abc 7 news app for continuous coverage of rain. mild conditions today, tomorrow. rainy sunday. scattered showers monday tuesday, 60's and 70's. reggie: disney plus day specials continue throughout the month.
new subscribers get their first month for two dollars. disney is the parent company of abc 7 news. the new trailer for the whitney houston biopic is out. ♪ >> ♪ don't you want to dance say you want to dance don't you want to dance ♪ ♪ >> special guest in the audience tonight, legendary record executive, mr. clyde davis. >> my voice is gone. >> what? >> you start the show tonight. no talking back. i'm your mother. ♪ >> ♪ there's a boy i know he's the one i dream of ♪ ♪ >> what is your name again? kumasi: mmm. reggie: naomi stars as the legendary whitney houston. the life of the iconic singer and her rise to stardom. it will hit theaters december 21. kumasi: is it too much to sing
in the theater? reggie: is it a good voice? who is singing? kumasi: [laughter] whoever is in. i could imagine the theater when whitney pops up. reggie: i just want them to include my favorite quote. kumasi: what? reggie: what do you think of mariah? whitney houston responds "i don't think of her." kumasi: she did not say that. reggie: do you think of her? what do you think of her? kumasi: she said that. reggie: we are looking this up. this is when they did the duet. kumasi: i love when you believe. reggie: great. kumasi: so good. reggie: [sigh]
i believe prop 27 is the right thing to do. i had experienced being in shelters at a young age. having nothing. prostituting. we don't choose this life. i never knew what safe was until i came to city of refugee. people that's coming through these doors are trying to break the cycle. prop 27 will help provide more funding for places like this and help people get off the streets. it feels good to have a place to call home. support prop 27.
kumasi: new monkeypox clinic opening today in san francisco for the black community, at the coalition for health and wellness on cesar chavez. reggie: a search of the go ship fire. kumasi: a special master has been named to oversee documents seized from mar-a-lago. they have until november 30 to review. a separate judge denied the request to resume investigating. reggie: governor newsom in solano county signing new measures to combat climate change. a variety of programs included. drew: we are tracking a weekend storm. saturday dry. windy late day.
sunday, steady rain with afternoon showers continuing. level 1 storm, tuesday morning. sue: slight accident at the bay bridge toll plaza, out quickly. you are backed up toward macarthur. 80 looking good. highway 4 all the way to san fran, 35 minutes. kumasi: taco bell releasing a cheesy new musical all about the mexican pizza. dolly parton is in it. the pizza talks and it is dolly. drew: chaotic. kumasi: commercial. musical. [laughter] reggie: [laughter] kumasi: [laughter] happy mexican independence day everyone.
reggie: oh and that. oh.overde bakon repcan les asim. white house on defen. t deming gertes and florida, accusing them of using humans as props for sending migrants on buses and planes to liberal strongholds like martha's vineyard without warning. now calls for a federal investigation as those republican governors say the administration must deal with the crisis. we're at the white house and on the border this morning. special master appointed. overnight, a federal judge naming an outside arbiter in that battle over secret documents seized at mar-a-lago, this morning, who is the special master, and what could it mean for the justice department's