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be eligible in a week. the county says there is no time to waste had these areas. the giants' home opener is tomorrow which will be the first time fans have entered oracle park since 2019. it will be about 20% capacity. the major thing fans need to do is to get tested for covid and show their negative test results at the gate. fans can download the clear pass app to help speed up the check-in process. paper proof of a negative test will work as well, we're told. seating will be split up interest nine zones which will be marked on the ticket. >> we'll tell you which date we'd like to you enter because we're kind of spread out. people who are coming to the game. >> the first major event in san francisco since the strt of the pandemic. first pitch against
the colorado rockies is at 1:35 tomorrow. everyone in attendance will be required to show proof of a vaccination. eight mayors are demanding wind's mayor resign. detailing allegations of sexual assault against him. the mayors of cloverdale, pet luma, santa rosa are all signed on it saying he should resign immediately inform a letter they say they are committed to ending sexual violence in sonoma county and believe the actions of the fellow mayor should not be tolerated. a popular popular popular pr
ready to move. it isn't only taking business elsewhere, owners are taking the building too. >> reporter: byyyyyy year, poorhouse hopes to have everything ready to go. it will make a half-mile move to little italy. >> i'm calling this poorhouse bistro part two. and it's just another chapter that we're gonna enter. and i truly believe it's gonna better. >> reporter: the owner opened doors along autumn street in 2005. it currently sits on land purchased by google. as the tech giant prepares for its massive downtown development. >> i had ideas of possibly being
in the google village. but realistically, it's gonna be a ten-year buildout >> reporter: keeping the 100-year-old home and building in the area upholds the city's legacy. >> if you think about what makes the heart and soul of the city, it's businesses like poorhouse bistro. they have a unique character, they employ local workers, artists and musicians and bands. that is what people remember. >> reporter: the journey will be quite the spectacle. >> the direction we'll be going up is mown. montgomery. to santa clara. >> reporter: this will be the first time the building will be making a move. his grandparents took the building in the 1950s to this location here. president biden has his
sights on gun control. why he felt he had to act today. >> going back to work postpandemic. are you going to be okay working with people who haven't had the vaccine? >> tracking winds tomorrow and warmth for the weekend. i'll have those temperatures coming up. >> thanks very much. here's what's coming up on jimmy kimmel live. >> please enjoy this nibble of show when they ask you if that was your laptop, you say you don't know. which is hard to believe unless you read a book. and then it's kind of like i'm surprised you have shoes
there was another deadly shooting in america today. six people were shot, one was killed. four are in critical condition. witnesses say the gunman was an employee and the motedive is not known. >> it's in 41 of you, i never seen nothing like it was real loud. it was like a horror movie. >> the suspect left the scene and later shot a texas state trooper. the suspect is in custody. amid news of shootings, president biden went before the cameras to say gun violence is a
public health crisis in america. >> flags are still flying at half-staff to the victims of the horrific murder of eight. ten more lives were taken in a mass murder in colorado. between those two incidents, less than one week apart, there were more than 850 additional shootings. >> the president is ordering new investments in intervention programs in violence from communities and tightening restrictions on ghost guns together with parts purchased online. the president is also pushing congress to pass further legislation on gun reform. as california aims for a june 15th goal to reopen, there is concern that the hesitancy some people have to take the vaccine could be an impediment
to ensuring safe workplaces as people return to their offices and jobs. what consultants are advising senior managers to do. >> reporter: it won't be long before companies will need to address hesitancy or opposition to vaccines. the workplace is sharply divided. at one end of the speck rum are hardcore harde antivacciners. at the other are hardcore pro-vaxers. then people who distrust vaccines saying they're worth the risk. to overcome resistance, they are using ambassadors to provide reliable information and to provide time off to get the shotses. >> perhaps they allow people some time off when they have their vaccine.
or they have some sick time. >> reporter: a version might persuade others. >> reminding people that 10% to 15% of people that got covid have long-term health effects. do you really want to risk that. >> reporter: they don't trust senior management to act in their best interest. so a trusted third party might be. >> they might be better able to break through that mistrust and assure people that i have checked this out, i have talked to experts. i believe this information to be reliable. >> reporter: there isn't much time to act as companies try to reopen safely. and you can keep track of california's practicals on abc7news.com/vaccine.
>> you'll find our vaccine tracker, and a form to ask your questions. as the bay area moves to a postpandemic world, we're starting to see how some some se have changed for good. cash toll collection was suspended more than a year ago. and the bay area authority says it's not coming back. a camera will take a picture of your license plate and send you a bill. the golden gate has used all-electronic tolls since 2013. a fourth gray whale has washed up on a bay areaon a baya whales were also found at krissy field, berkeley marina, and the san mateo coastline. we should find out what killed those whales by the end of week. california is gearing up for what could be another
devastating fire season. governor newsom unveiled a $536 million plan aimed at prevention. with the drought worsening, experts fear this season could be worse than last year. san jose state university is trying to develop technology to save lives and property. >> we're operating the most advanced fire behavior prevention system in the world. california should be assured that we actually have the technology to predict these conditions in the future. >> san jose state's modeling will provide realtime data to cal fire and give the public notice of when fire smoke may arrive in their neighborhoods. if we do get a little more rain, it feels like it's not gonna be enough. >> you're right. we may get some rain here and there. but not nearly what we need to make to the steps. >> the deficit is so deep. i want to show you our drought. the entire state, practically,
is under the drought. some areas in red are in extreme drought. and it's really growing as far as the amount of coverage of california. santa cruz county, the hills were just added. for a bay area local view, pretty much everyone in that droit, anywhere from moderate to crowd, anywhere from moderate to extreme. i do want to change things up bathe and talk about what is working in the bay area. despite the fact that many of us suffer from allergies due to the pollen getting blown around by the wind, the wind is bringing us some good air quality. at 5:00 am tomorrow, breezy along the coast. the northwest, 35 mile an hour winds, those winds picking up in the afternoon, spreading across the inland areas as well. into the evening, it is still going to be gusty. it is going to help take those temperatures down as that is coming off the cooler ocean water. saturday and sunday, good to moderate airfare quality for the entire region. at least you can breathe a little easier if you're getting
outside to enjoy some fresh air. looking at a live picture of oracle park tonight. where it is going to be a great day to be out for a ball game. if you have the opportunity to. giants taking on the rockies. 56 deeks. grab a heed before you go. it is going to be breezy. getting up to 58 degrees. but light skies are expected. patchy tomorrow morning. there isn't much in the way of fog. higher clouds will be increasing. low 40s to the 40s to th upper 50s righttomorrow morning. there isn't much in the way of fog. higher clouds will be increasing. low 40s to the upper 50s right now. gusty winds tomorrow, cooler, sunny and warmer for the weekend. and the dry pattern continues into next week. morning temperatures will begin in the 30s and 40s. it is going to be breezy along the coastline. and for the afternoon, you're looking at temperatures falling compared to today where we actually saw them rise. 74 degrees in fairfield, 71 in concord.
still need the sunscreen. 67 san jose, 65 oakland. enjoy the sun on friday. we need the rain. and i want to quickly show you what's going to happen next week. on wednesday, the sierra gets some snow showers. for us in the bay area, it looks like the possibility of a pattern change a week from tomorrow. maybe that trough will start to break through. and we'll start to see some wet weather around here. until then, the accuweather seven-day forecast is just featuring the fluctuations and the temperatures. down tomorrow, back up again for the weekend, 80s inland by sunday, 50s coast-side. and a few extra clouds next week. but plenty of sun as well to show for tuesday through tuesday. with above average temperatures inland. >> thanks very much. the deepest shipwreck dive
where the titanic sits. 190 of the 327 crew members died when the ship sank. there's a long line of cargo ships waiting to be offloaded in san francisco bay. more than a dozen times have been sitting south of the bay bridge waiting for an open berth at the port of oakland. this is because manufacturers in asia are producing more goods for u.s. consumers. >> stay with you. casey pratt is here with sports. after getting swept by the astros, the a's get another shot in houston. and a bittersweet today for the warriors.
it's okay that you don't want to be first: you aren't. second covid vaccine. it's okay to have questions: everyone deserves answers. i'm wary that there isn't enough information. it's okay to be excited, or worried, or both. it's alright for it to take whatever it takes for you to be ready. hi mom, ready for your shot? yes, i've been waiting for this day. we just got what? vaccinated. we just got vaccinated! let's get you there. let's get to immunity.
good evening. the a's enter tonight scombon 6. trevor rosenthal underwent surgery. and one of their top pitching prospects is on the injured list. it's only april. the astros were ready to pad their stats. 2nd inning, carlos correa, solo shot. irving had an rbi double in the two astros in the fifth, big cristian javier with seven strikeouts in the ninth. alvarez with his second of the season. we usually show you positive highlights. not much positive tonight. altuve nearly crushes this one to the train. astros win it 6-2. outscoring the a's by 30 so far this season.
marlins and mets, bottom of the ninth, appears to be strike three. but no. michael conforto was hit pie the pitch. home plate umpire admitted to the ball. it was in the strike zone. so he should have been out, but it's too late. the mets are gonna take the win. fans will be allowed back into chase center on may 23rd. but the man instrumental in getting the arena building is stepping away. rich welsh announced his retirement today. he helped turn the warriors into one of the most valuable franchises in sports. 68 years old, he believes it's time to turn the franchise over to capable new times. >> there's a time. you find a time when passing the baton instead of trying to hang onto it. passing bat to know is gonna be a really satisfying thing. because i can see nothing but
greatness going forward. rory mcilroy hits a spectator. but that spectator was his own dad. he was okay. this shot from tommy fleetwood. as far more impressive. on a par three, it bounces and falls through the 32nd hole in one in masters history. player of the day, justin rose. nine under on his final 11 hole. nearly gets this one on 17 to bounce in. round two is tomorrow.
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