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>> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc7news. >> one woman is dead and a firefighter hurt because of a san jose home that went up in flames overnight. we are live on the scene with information. >> test scores plummeting because of the pandemic. >> communicating with your cap. what new research revealed about how to get your cat's attention. >> laser light. >> maybe. >> that cat's eyes saw into the soul. >> turned away real quick. nope. [laughter]
>> good morning on this tuesday, october 25. >> we will check out our forecast with drew. drew: happy to be back. we will see 60's and 70's on the board. feeling very fall like. on the coast, problems with visibility. half moon bay, less than a mile of visibility. we are in the 40's in our coolest spots. 46, 48 respectively. 50's on the bay shoreline. clouds through oakland and hayward this morning. mid and upper 50's there. you can see the clouds not obscuring too much. we will see a blend of sun and clouds today. 60's and 70's. we will talk much more about the wind coming up in a few minutes. >> thank you. breaking news this morning. a woman is dead after a home caught fire and san jose overnight. the flames broke out around 3:30
this morning on june would avenue -- junewood avenue. lena joins us with what she learned the last half-hour. >> san jose fire tells us one adult woman was found dead on the second floor of this home in the aftermath of this fire. four other people who were home at the time made it out safely from that fire. but as you can see behind me right now, the fire has been contained and we are no longer seeing any active flames or smoketwo of the four people smoke -- smoke. two of the four people made it to the hospital along with a firefighter. this was upgraded to a three alarm fire before 5:00 to help give crews a little extra relief by bringing in more resources. because of the fire is under investigation, but we know arson investigator's have been called to the scene per standard protocol with the first engine
arrived, they found a heavily involved first floor of a two-story residential structure involved in the fire. crews initiated and the latter for the second floor for a reported victim that was trapped. >> the fire was contained to only one home in this neighborhood. firefighters are still on the scene working to mop up any additional hotspots. live in san jose, abc7news. >> thank you. a central part of our mission is looking at the evolving world of education and the learning of our students. new numbers are giving parents and school officials a look inside dramatic learning loss during the pandemic. less than half of all students in the state are reading at grade level and only one in every three students is at grade level for math. >> we have fifth-graders we are
working with who will be in middle school next year who are assessing reading and math at first and second grade level. >> california ranked in the middle of the pack when it came to u.s. learning levels. experts say the pandemic learning loss could follow students later into their academic careers. >> students are not the only ones facing difficulty in the classroom. burnout from stress has some schoolteachers ready to quit. there has been a shortage in teaching staff across the country. a new survey published reveals that 4 in 10 teachers have considered leaving the profession although actually leaving is harder than thinking about it. >> if you have been here 10 to 15 years, it is harder to realize, are you going to move your family out of the community? we are seeing built up frustration from members. >> many teachers described their
work as stressful, exhausting, and frustrating. only 34% of teachers find their job rewarding. >> this morning, we are exactly two weeks to the midterm elections. last night, all eyes were on florida where governor ron desantis and his democratic challenger faced off in their only debate. jobina: the top issues last night included inflation and education, trying to make it about desantis's national ambitions. it is considered as a potential presidential candidate in 2024. he is building a national profile on divisive issues while smashing fundraising records. >> why do you look in the eyes of the people of the state of florida that if you are reelected you will serve a full four-year term as governor? yes or no? jobina: desantis did not answer the question and instead pivoted to say he was focused on winning the election. he is ahead by eight points right now. two more key races in the
midterm elections are heating up. tonight, dr. oz and john fetterman hit the stage in pennsylvania for a debate. in wisconsin, the senate race is virtually tied. reggie: in san jose, voters will be electing a new mayor november 8. the top two candidates took part in a forum yesterday. the main focus is to help the city's on house population. >> we don't have enough permanent places for people to live. eventually, interim housing will require people to have a permanent place to go. reggie:ista cl county survth m have rv on n jos's ouhe says the city needs r solutions to move people off the streets and into safer environments. >> we are spending more than ever and the number of people on the streets is the highest it has ever been. we will need to move much faster and more pragmatically to get
the nearly 6000 people in our city living outdoors into safe managed environments. i think the status quo is totally unsustainable. reggie: the two candidates have raised nearly $2 million total since june. kristen: interfaith -- kumasi: interfaith leaders supported proposition one. >> as catholics, we are called to strive for reproductive freedom and eve that's an equal access to affordable, equitable care -- for reproductive freedom and an equal access to affordable, equitable care. kumasi: an excellent nation for each one was published on our website, abc7news.com. still, several brands of dry shampoo have been pulled from shelves because they might cause cancer. which ones you need to be throwing out.
reggie: the messaging that went down for hours, leaving millions of people feeling out of the loop and disconnected. drew: a cold front will move through later this afternoon. it will pick up our winds. first, the gusts are felt along the coasts. areawide this evening, 15 to 30 miles per hour. it last week i stepped in a bear trap. i should really get rid of it. but... i'll make do.
reggie: an hours long whatsapp disruption is finally resolved. millions of users worldwide reported outages through the night. meta, which owns the app, said the problem had been fixed but did not give a reason. the app has 2 billion users globally. it is extremely popular in other countries, notably india and brazil. drew: take a look at
temperatures this morning starting out in the 40's and 50's. by 9:00 a.m., mid and upper 50's. throughout the morning and in the afternoon, a blend of sun and clouds on tuesday. you can see the front beginning to move through this afternoon. once it moves through, it takes up a lot of cloud. later this evening, skies turn clear, leading to a cool night on the way. temperatures today will mainly go in the 60's and 70's. certainly feeling like fall this afternoon. 64 in the city. 67 in oakland. 72 in napa. 70 in san jose. 66 in san mateo. take a look at the three day forecast. little change in terms of our forecast the next several days, but the forecast will brighten up by wednesday and thursday. we will keep the breeze with us the next three days. now i check on traffic. jobina: we have a couple of minor crashes out there, but nothing causing too much of a slowdown.
our slowest spot right now is going to be at the bay bridge toll plaza. our newest big as the lights came on but the backup is not that bad. it is just past the parking lot. once you get out of view of the camera commute could drive up so it is not a bad time to go to san francisco from the east bay if you need to. the golden gate bridge is a little foggy. no advisory coming from the chp. our slowdowns are focused in the each bay -- east bay. highly 4 -- highway four to the maze, 23 minutes. reggie: the police chase that went through three east bay cities and ended up with a deadly shooting and hoping that restaurant week can bring much-needed business. a live look outside. we will be right back. we will be right back. ♪♪ this is how it feels to du more with less asthma... ...thanks to dupixent. dupixent is not for sudden breathing problems.
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kumasi: this morning, san francisco's effort to end pedestrian traffic deaths by 2024 is going in the opposite direction. in fact, the supervisor says the city is on pace to have the highest number of deaths since it enacted the policy in 2014. most recent -- the most recent crash happened yesterday. an elderly woman died and another was injured while walking in the crosswalk. the supervisor says the driver was speeding and ran a stop sign. neighbors say the intersection is dangerous and they want something to be done to improve safety. >> this is one of the most dangerous intersections here of all of the intersections throughout the sunset because you are not just blind here, but also when you are coming up, you cannot see because of this hill. kumasi: the driver involved in
the crash is cooperating with police. the supervisor says a community meeting will be held within a week to discuss what happened and possible safety improvements. reggie: san francisco is hoping to make it safer for all of us to shop this holiday season. 150 new attendants will be added to the city's three different safety and service ambassador programs. 250 are already staffed. you may have seen some of them and brightly colored vests around town. they will patrol and assists people at city parking garages and around some neighborhoods. the added stop for the holidays will cost around $8.5 million pulled from other parts of the city budget. kumasi: now the mystery of the car buried in a backyard of a mansion. detectives finished their on scene search but the investigation is ongoing. landscapers discovered at car thursday while working at the mansion. cadaver dogs appeared to pick up a scent but investigators did not find a body in or around the
car. so no questions linger surrounding a former property owner who could be the owner of the car. that person has a criminal record including attempted murder convictions and a fraud charge. >> they have received hints from the cadaver dogs every time they come near the car. >> that could be that somebody died in the car and the body was moved or maybe the body was placed on the ground in that area. >> we don't know if this is going to be a criminal investigation. kumasi: investigators have moved the car to a crime lab and are searching for any trace of dna. reggie: a police chase in the east bay ended in a deadly shooting. the crime spree involved three cities in alameda county. it started yesterday morning with a robbery and attempted kidnapping at a home depot. they say the suspect went to hayward, where he got kicked out of his ex's apartment and fired
several shots. he then led them on a pursuit on 580 where he crashed his car and then ran away and tried to carjack a driver at gunpoint. that is when officers fired at him. >> the suspect showed a propensity for violence. they used very good tactics and had to make important decisions. i think we are thankful none of our officers were hurt. reggie: the alameda county sheriff's office said the man had an extensive criminal history. body cam footage will be released at a later date. kumasi: several dry shampoos are being recalled because they contain a chemical that causes cancer, benzene. some of the front could dove, nexus, and treseme. they were produced prior to october of last year and sold in stores all around the country. exposure to benzene can result in various cancers like leukemia and blood cancer, so if you have one of these products, you are asked to stop use immediately. reggie: we are learning more on
the language of cats. what is the perfect way to get their attention? kumasi: according to new research, cats will respond if you talk to them like babies. baby talk was already known for dogs, but until recently, science was unsure about what cats thought about it, how they responded. the research suggests cats routinely tune into their tone to see if they are talking to them. most of the time, they react if their owners say their name. drew: baby talk? i don't know. i don't baby talk to my dog. reggie: no. drew: i am like, do you want a treat? that is about it. reggie: that is really annoying. kumasi: people do that? reggie: i assume they do. drew: i don't know. as you see, just a grown adult talking to a cap, that is a red flag to me. sorry.
imagine you are unaided. you go back -- imagine you are on a date. you go back and have a good time and they are baby talking to the cat. reggie: no. actually, i do need to go. drew: unless he is talking to you about being a precious princess. oh, you meant the cat. oh. reggie: i have something to wake up for so i have to go. drew: tomorrow is saturday. reggie: my volunteer work. drew: very early. reggie: people against cats. [laughter] drew: oh you are a precious little princess, aren't you? reggie: getting ghosted on my date. drew: did daddy just get ghosted? reggie: again. [laughter] drew: some clouds up there this morning.
here is how the day shakes up. a blend of sun and clouds. we will want to cook for the moves through later this afternoon that will kick up our winds to finish out the day. we are looking at the chance of some wet weather but that is dwindling. as i looking dry in the latest forecast, meaning the showers are likely staying off the coast. something we are watching for the weekend. visibility improving on the coast. not too bad but some areas of low clouds are with us this morning. highs today in the 60's and 70's. we will see the winds pick up 15 to 30 miles per hour this afternoon and evening under partly cloudy skies. the front moves through and will take the crowds with it later tonight. mainly clear skies into wednesday. a cool night on the way. a lot a 40's away from the coast. here is the future weather. i would let this go into motion. into the weekend, there is a storm that tries to move in but
it looks like it dries out. something we are watching closely. here is the accuweather 7 day forecast. lots of sunshine headed our way the next few days. we look nice. -- halloween looks nice. reggie: now we will turn to ginger zee. she is in switzerland for a look at what is coming up on "gma." kumasi: are you on a glacier? ginger: yes. good to be with you. i am on a glacier. yes, i am. this is a glacier in switzerland, one of the largest in the alps. but it is one of the ones melting so fast. we have drawn video that you will be blown away all morning to see the beauty and the majesty in what we know and how quickly these have receded, not just in length but whips and volume, and what that means -- but width and volume, and what that means.
75% of the freshwater is locked up in the glaciers. we need it. millions of people rely on it for their water and irrigation. we have people who are really at risk. we met up with a scientist came up here yesterday with as. we did it again, a good two mile hike, not easiest. our crew needs a big round of applause because it was so difficult. but now the scientist is trying to preserve the glaciers. he is blowing a bunch of snow. it is 100% renewable. you guys will love this. we can talk all about it later. kumasi: i am still stuck on a two mile hike for the live shot. with the equipment. ginger: tell me about it. and standing on the ice. i have the full on, i don't know, like the ice shoe that has the big clause. very severe. maybe i need to send reggie these for halloween. [laughter] reggie: i have to say, when i
woke up this morning, i saw you in switzerland so i thought there was no way we are going to talk to her live so i will not bring in the box i received from ginger zee in the mail yesterday. she came through. the halloween costume is ready to go. ginger: with one lock of my hair . reggie: with a lock of ginger's hair. it really did happen. i am so excited. you have done some amazing live shots. this is right up there. this is top three for me. ginger: yeah. thank you. now you and i are synonymous. i will take your top three. reggie: good. it is settled. i can't wait to see this. such important reporting. live at 7:00 a.m., please join her for that. we will be right bac
like lemon drop and bubble gum, candy flavors that get them addicted to tobacco products, and can lead to serious health consequences, even harming their brain development. that's why pediatricians urge you to vote yes on prop 31. it stops the sale of dangerous flavored tobacco and helps protect kids from nicotine addiction. please vote yes on 31. vote yes on prop 31. kumasi: if you have been
thinking about checking out a new restaurant, this could be your week because it is san francisco restaurant week. restaurants have been hit hard by the pandemic, food costs, and staffing shortages, so they hope restaurant week will bring in business, but diners can expect to see some changes and extra fees. >> restaurants are using surcharges or service charges to help offset costs, and they can do that however they want as long as it is clear to the customer on the menu. kumasi: another thing you might notice, fewer employees. the golden gate restaurant association says there are about 40,000 job openings in the restaurant and hospitality sector in san francisco and san mateo counties. a warning this morning for business owners about fake certificates being sold online. the secretary of state's office says criminals are approaching businesses through what's app and wechat and make it seem like you need a certificate of status and offered to provide the documents for a fee. there are no private entities
authorized to provide or sell these documents, and a certificate of status is not a requirement. it is only needed in specific circumstances to prove a business is paying its taxes. red crab migration season has officially started in australia's christmas islands. look at the video of it. every year from october to december, millions flood of the short of the island at indian ocean. according to parks australia, the exact timing of the migration is determined by the phase of the moon. next at 6:30, student loan forgiveness program on pause. what it means for the millions who already applied. we will take you live to san jose were a firefighter was hurt overnight in a f
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violence. the open police chief to address the rising crime today as the city grapples with another homicide. kumasi: and a former student breaks into a school and opens fire, killing two people. what police believe may have sparked this latest school shooting. reggie: adidas decides to end his partnership with kanye west after his latest anti-semitic comments. kumasi: good morning, everyone. reggie: we will start with a check of the weather. drew: good morning. a little bit of cloud cover out there today. it is breezy and will feel like fall this afternoon. visibility is improving on the coast. it is dropping a bit in the north bay. the fog that is out there is not too sick this morning. temperatures in the 40's in our coolest spots. take the light layer with you. 47 in palo alto. 50's around the bay shoreline. the first hint of the sun coming up.
not seeing many lights from the city. this is a partly cloudy day that turns breezy this afternoon. we are watching a cold front that will move through. in the 60's and 70's this afternoon. the cold front kicks up the winds. we will show you that in a minute. reggie: now to breaking news we have been looking at all morning in the south bay. firefighters are still working and deadly fire in san jose that started around 3:30 a.m. this morning. lena howland's live there with information she is still learning. lena: san jose fire confirms with us that one adult woman was found dead on the second floor of the home in the aftermath of this fire. four other people were also home at the time, but they were all able to get out safely. if you take a look behind me, you will see the fire has been contained and we are no longer seeing active flames or smoke. two of the four people who got out safely were taken to the hospital along with one firefighter who was hurt after falling off the roof while
trying to gain entry to the home. this was upgraded to a three alarm fire to help good crews a little extra relief by bringing in more resources. the cause of the fire is still under investigation, but we know arson investigators have been called out to the scene per standard protocol. >> this is a confirmed fatality fire. crews found an adult theme victim on the second floor, confirmed and deceased at this time. lena: the fire was contained to one home in this neighborhood. firefighters are still out here right now mopping up any additional hotspots as we work to learn additional information out here. live in san jose, lena howland, abc7news. kumasi: thank you. the oakland police department will be abetting the public on its effort to reduce violence in the city as the city grapples with a violent crime and
shootings. our reporter joins us live in the newsroom with details. gloria: during the news conference, that chief and given a bit on his 30 day plan to combat gun violence. a recently retired leader at the oakland police department telling us crime got worse during his more than 20 years on the force. deputy chief chris paul to retired from the oakland police department a couple months ago. he has serious concerns about how bay area police departments like oakland will be able to attract new recruits and keep them. he talked to phil about some of the difficulties when it comes to policing today. >> crime is up. i think police agencies are having to deal with those violent crime rises and serious crime rises in addition to the difficulties of hiring, staffing, recruiting, keeping people in the job.
the anti-police -- gloria: the anti-police rhetoric is high. officers found a man shot on the 1400 block of 90 6th avenue. medical personnel treated him, but he did not survive. this happened before 1:30 p.m. in the afternoon. during today's news conference, the chief is expected to discuss new grant funding for the department that is happening at 11:00 this morning. we will bring you the latest on that. kumasi: happening tonight, educators and staff from san francisco unified will be protesting ongoing issues with the district's payroll system. protesters are expert to be at the district office starting at 5:00 p.m. we told you about the issues being reported with the empower system. thousands of employees have complained of being underpaid or not paid at all since the system went online 10 months ago. last month, a firm was hired to assess the issues and recommend
solutions. reggie: this morning, the biden administration is urging people to apply for the student loan relief program, even though it continues to fight a legal battle to save it. the department ostice has also responded. jobina: yes. of justice fire back at six republican-led states trying to stop the program. the relief plan would cancel up to $10,000 in student loan debt for people making less than $125,000 per year. the lawsuit argues president biden overstepped his authority. >> we do hope that it is successful. we help we have standing and can -- we hope we have standing and can push back at the outrageous spending the president is doing. jobina: as of friday, 22 million borrowers had already applied for forgiveness. the white house is pushing people to keep applying. they say the legal battle does not stop them from reviewing applications. a reply from the republican-led
states is expected today. there are also several other lawsuits making their way through the courts as we speak. kumasi: thank you. this morning, we are learning more about a school shooting in st. louis that left two people dead and seven injured. the gunman was also killed. he was a former student who came back to the school. stents h tad themselv iide classrooms. tryione girl says she was eithei with the shooter when his gun jammed and she was able to escape. >> i saw my friend have blood on her hand. the shooter came and said, are you ready to die? kumasi: police say the gunman was shot and killed by officers. the victim has been identified as a 15-year-old student and a health teacher. the motive is not known but police say the suspect may have been having a mental health crisis. reggie: happening today, a judge
could restrict what prosecutors and police can say in public about accused serial killer wesley brownlee. he asked for a gag order in place. they say police made judicial statements this month, including saying he was hunting for victims before his arrest. they are concerned it could influence the jury pool. he was arrested for killing six people and it's to kill another. so far, he has been charged with three murders. kumasi: scott peterson has been officially moved off of death no more than two years after the california supreme court overturned his death sentence. prison officials say he was moved to mule creek state prison last week. he was sentenced to death for killing his pregnant wife and unborn child in 2002. the sentence was overturned after a judge found potential jurors were wrongfully dismissed. a state judge is considering if he should get a new trial. reggie: nti police have arrested two people in the death of a
woman whose body was found on fire last week the coroner's office identified the victim as a 25-year-old they had to use dental records to identify her. firefighters found her body on fire on a paved trail near lopez drive in antioch last monday. entech police are asking anyone with information to give them a call. kumasi: shock and sadness in hollywood of actor leslie jordan. jordan suffered some type of a medical emergency and crashed his car into the side of a building in hollywood yesterday. he is best known for his work on "will and grace" and "american horror story" and became a sensation during the pandemic for his social media posts. this upcoming video we have is from our show "view from the bed" from -- "view from the bay" from 2006. reggie: another setback for
brittney griner. a russian judge ruled her prison sentence will not be over turned. her lawyers argued it was unjustified under russian law. she was convicted of drug smuggling earlier this year. the u.s. department has maintained she is being used as a political pawn in russia's war against ukraine. still, some of the stars coming to the days long film festival in napa next week. kumasi: you are looking at the stock exchange. we are down by 37 point. reggie: the unique ways at some teachers kept their students from cheating. at 7:00, we are breaking down propositions on this november ballot. we are looking at prop 27 today. it is streaming live every weekday from 7:00 to 8:00 on the abc 7 bay area news app. drew: partly cloudy skies as you look from the tower into the city.
just an update on the pollen forecast. we are seeing tree pollen at medium levels. alum and pine are the offenders. if you are suffering from allergies, that is probably why this week. the uv index is running medium. there is a cold front beginning to move into the north bay this morning. it will cross through the entire region later this afternoon. it will kick up our winds and keep the fall feeling in the air when it comes to temperatures. first, you will feel the gusts along the coast this afternoon. over 20 miles per hour. the front slides through by the evening. gusting 15 to 30 miles per hour out of the north-northwest. that will make temperatures in the 60's and 70's this afternoon. partly cloudy skies and a breezy day. 67 in oakland. 64 in san francisco. 70 in san jose. 74 in santa rosa. 73 in concord. the three day forecast will show
little change when it comes to our afternoon temperatures. slightly below average for this time of year. we will brighten up skies tomorrow and thursday and get would have the cloud cover, and we will see the sunshine continue through friday as well. some changes on the way for the weekend. we will talk about that in minutes. let's see how traffic is. jobina: we have a couple of crashes to get to this morning. we will start her we have a major slowdown that you can see on the map. southbound 680 is where the crash is. your speeds are going to be around six miles per hour from pleasanton down. as he approached the bridge, we have a new crash resting on the shoulder. a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. lights came on at 5:37 a.m. and now traffic is backed up to the base. a picture of the san mateo bridge. we don't have any blocking
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reggie: a concerning discovery in the south bay. officials say they found a non-native invasive mosquito that can bite several times and transmit diseases like yellow fever and zika. two of the mosquitoes were found. businesses nearby provide perfect conditions for them to thrive. >> the recycling center has thousands and thousands and has used tires, milk cartons, all these little things that can hold bodies of water that can potentially hold eggs. reggie: the same type has been found in other counties in california. kumasi: the uk's first person of color to serve as prime minister has officially taken office. sunak replaces liz truss.
he was chosen after two challengers, including boris johnson, dropped out of the race. he is britain's former finance minister and is a graduate of the stanford business school. >> this is terrific because he has a great admiration and also has lived in the u.s. so he can deal with president biden very well because he has lived in the u.s., quick to stanford, met his wife here, knows the community here. kumasi: he will be the richest prime minister that u.k. has ever had with an estimated wealth that is double that of king charles. new developments this morning. i detest is cutting business ties with kanye west -- adidas is cutting business ties with kanye west after a series of anti-semitic comments made in recent weeks by the wrapper and fashion designer who now goes by ye. his talent agency says it is no longer representing him. his ex-wife kim kardashian took
to instagram to denounce his rhetoric and stand with the jewish community. reggie: gas prices and -- in california continue the downward trend. locally, prices are down a few cents throughout the region. in the city, they are $5.90. gas prices in the state are down about $.30 compared to this time last week. now for your morning money report. see's candies is set to open a new regional headquarters. the headquarters will be in the sacramento area prevented building plans have already been submitted to the city. the company turned 100 years old last year. its first san francisco store opened in 1936, and now they have more than 240 locations around the country. we are keeping our eye on the elon musk and twitter saga. the clock is ticking for him to complete his deal to buy twitter. friday, october 28, 2:00 p.m. local time is the deadline to
close the deal. if the deal is not solidified by that time, he will go to trial over the acquisition. we reported last week that he planned to slash twitter staffing by 75%. in april, elon musk agreed to by the company and shortly after trident to cancel that deal. let's take a look at the new york stock exchange as trading gets underway this morning. we are up 63 points. kumasi: the napa valley film festival is bringing back its multi-day events when it returns next month including janelle monae, regina hall, and laura dern. the event begins on november 10 through the 13th. this is the first multi-day event since before the pandemic. actor luis guzman will receive the trail blazer award. reggie: if you grew up watching nickelodeon, you will want to hear this. kita thompson confirms "a good burger -- confirms a "good
burger" sequel is in the works. he is just try to figure out what they will be able to fill. they both read the script and liked it. the original movie came out in 1997. kumasi: anti-cheating hats is what it has come to in the philippines. reggie: this looks wild. university students were asked to make hats so they would not cheat on an exam. kumasi: somebody said i just got this helmet. reggie: this person taped pieces of paper to his bucket hat. oh they drew. what is that? don't look up. that is cheating. kumasi: ok. reggie: uh-huh. but if you can make your own hat, then you can make your own way to cheat. am i right or wrong? they say the project took some stress out of the exams. how? it created a light and fun atmosphere for her students. kumasi: after they donned their
hats. drew: so are they afraid they are going to cheat off each other? so make three versions of the test. reggie: also, did you see how far apart they were? drew: this would annoy me. reggie: just trust your students. drew: you are already stressed out enough ferm for midterms. make a hat. kumasi: they don't look comfortable. reggie: i would be so irritated. drew: if i were a teacher, i would make every teacher b. because then you are stressed out. every answer is b? is this wrong? you have 4 in a row like this cannot be right. kumasi: c, just because. drew: this can't be right. there are ways. reggie: i guess teachers really are stressed. drew: this is not stressful. this is very pretty. our director pointed this out.
a lot of pretty colors this morning. you are seeing the sun getting up but we have a lot clouds below and marine layer with us in parts this morning. we have morning fog giving way to a mix of sun and clouds because a cold front will move through this afternoon and kick up the winds a bit to finish out the day. the chance of a shower on sunday is dwindling. we are trending dryer for the weekend. visibility improving a bit but still along the coast, one mile visibility. elsewhere, just fine. let's go hour-by-hour to plan your day. 50's and 60's by 11:00 a.m. watch what happens once the front swings through. it gets with all of the cloud cover so we will turn clear by the end of the day. a clear night means we will have chilly temperatures wednesday. today is a breezy day with partly cloudy conditions. 60's and 70's by the afternoon. feeling like autumn out there. later tonight, we will wipe away a lot of cloud cover, turning
mainly clear. a lot a 40's on the board away from the coast so you want to have the jacket with you tomorrow morning. leave it on for much of the morning because we are slow to warm through wednesday. here is the accuweather 7 day forecast. partly cloudy day and cooler compared to yesterday. will keep the peace with us tomorrow and thursday but brighten up our skies in the wake of the cold front. into the weekend, we will find additional cloud cover. sunday is trending dryer. halloween come a lot of sunshine with temperatures in the 60's and 70's. reggie: some sad news for sandwich lovers. marina summary has closed -- marina submarine has closed its doors after 40 years of business. there was a long line of customers waiting for their last subs. it has been a popular spot among locals, and even governor newsom was a fan. >> the greatest summary has been a san francisco institution.
running it for 40 years, i remember when he first came to san francisco, to union street. it was amazing as an asian to have someone running such a prominent restaurant. reggie: the shop closed because the owner is ready for retirement. our commitment to building a better bay area means committing to a safe and sustainable climate and environment. kumasi: dan ashley spoke with hunter pence, san francisco giants two-time world champion, about the issues we are facing. kumasi: aquarium of the base ofa the bridge at 41 years of environmental advocacy. hunter pence was this year's keynote speaker for the awards. since retiring from baseball, he has put his focus into helping protect the climate and environment. hunter: it definitely is one of my passions. i love the oceans and the earth. it is important to pay it forward. kumasi: the event kicked off with a blue carpet reception.
a filipino man has jump up to way into two guinness world records. he recently completed newly 4000 jump rope crossovers, where you cross your arms in and out while rotating your body. he set another record last year, performing 41,000 double under skips in 12 hours. that is where the rope goes under your feet twice during a single jump. he said a major factor was his endurance, which he built through his marathon experience. now he hopes to inspire other people in the philippines. reggie: did you do that? kumasi: i did not do that. were you doing that? reggie: i was part of a jump rope for art thing. did you have that at school? i got into the double unders. kumasi: so you were doing it? reggie: yes. and the crossover. kumasi: so you do exactly what i was talking about. reggie: i did.
of the dorky things i talk about, where does this fall? kumasi: fitness is important. i am just trying to figure out because you are tall. how did this work? reggie: it was really hard. it was hard to get nothing around twice. kumasi: i don't. reggie: and you have to give a long enough jump rope, which is difficult. and you know how it can whip you in the back and catch you. kumasi: up next, the seven things you need to know today. reggie: you can watch him live and on-demand through the app available for apple tv, enjoy tv, it was tv, and -- apple tv, amazon tv,
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people were hurt and the cause of the fire is under investigation. reggie: a russian judge denied brittney griner's appeal of her nine year prison sentence. she was convicted earlier this year of drug smuggling. kumasi: number three, today is the second day of a strike involving nurses at medical centers in berkeley and oakland. nurses want better working conditions. sutter health says it is focused on providing safe quality care to patients. reggie: no one matched all six numbers in last night's powerball drawing. that means tomorrow night's jackpot is worth $680 million. drew: the exploratorium camera showing you the morning marine layer with us. it is a breezy and cooler today with partly cloudy skies and high winds picking up later today as the cold front moves through. 60's and 70's later today. jobina: we are following a crash causing a major backup in the area on southbound 680 at pleasanton's an old road -- pleasanton road.
you will be nine miles per hour dublin down south. kumasi: the mcrib is coming back on halloween, but mcdonald's is saying this is its farewell tour. starting on november 4, you can get the merchandise too. reggie: that is what i want to know. kumasi: see what it looks like. reggie: i want to know if everyone understands how unhinged the mcrib is. it is basically a preformed pork patty. what they have done is create fake ribs on the preformed pork patty to make it look like it is a rack of ribs. the genius. kumasi: thank you for that. reggie: amazing. unhinged. kumasi: because i was thinking it looks like a rack of ribs. how do you get through the bone? reggie: no bone. kumasi: no bone. reggie: just for show. jobina: is good -- is it good? reggie: i would not say no to
it. we had a similar version in the cafeteria and i called it a mcfi b. ♪ good morning, america. for our viewers in the west, the investigation into another deadly school shooting in america. urgent investigation. after a 19-year-old opened fire at a st. louis high school killing one student and a faculty member, injuring seven others. police stopping the shooter. and the questions this morning, how did the armed suspect get into the school with seven officers already inside? also this morning, new numbers showing 75% of the nation's pediatric hospital beds are now filled. fueled by a surge in rsv cases as hospitals prepare for an even bigger influx of patients. florida face-off. overnight, governor ron desantis