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so we can be together. let's get to immunity. ♪ live, breaking news. breaking news to protests over recent police shootings. in minnesota and oakland, people marching in the streets, protesting the death of daunte wright. in brooklyn center, police pepper sprayed tonight, right outside police headquarters. >> in oakland, vandals targeted stores in the aftermath of a march. kate larson has been tracking that protest and what happened after. >> she joins us live in the newsroom, >> reporter: there has been some disruption in oakland tonight, throughout the country and the bay area, people have been
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protesting after recent deadly police shootings. 11 months after george floyd died in police custody, now frustration and anger continues after more black men have died at the hands of police. take a look, a crowd of several hundred people gathered at oscar grant plaza. the group marched through the downtown streets of oakland. video from the scene shows a group of vandals graffitied, and set fires to several local businesses, including this bank and the store. a flyer has been circulating on social media for the past few days that says abolished police and asks for justice for daunte wright, shot and killed in minnesota last week. donovan lynch, who was shot in virginia last month, and tyrell wilson, a man who was also shot and killed by police last month. i spoke to oakland city councilmember noel gallo about how oakland stored boarded up windows. >> i understand the frustrations , the only thing i would do is
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respect properties. we have a right to demonstrate, protest, at the same time, we also need to keep those businesses open to keep our people employed. >> that is what abolished maine's, abolishing police activities and put in its place more humane sociological policing that help preserve the community as opposed to tearing it down, killing people. it is not just shootings, those we all know. it is t■he day in, day out policing where people are subject to racial profiling, police officers are stopping them, looking at them in their cars, represent hundreds of people, so they are angry, and they should be. >> reporter: we continue to get video into the newsro
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shows a group of people smashing the windows of a target and a car dealership, cars on fire. many of these same businesses were damaged last summer after demonstrations against police violence. more families, people of color, here in the bay area and beyond, continue to be devastated the actions of police in their communities. thousands of demonstrators rallied in chicago tonight, demanding justice for adam toledo, a day after the city released video showing an officer fatally shooting a 13- year-old. some of the crowd tonight says they were there to protest a system of policing that is not working and they plan to march to the mayor's house to deliver their message. closing arguments set to begin in the derek chauvi murder trial, jurors will get the case and begin deliberations. they will have three weeks of
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evidence and testimony to consider as they determine whether the former minneapolis police officer caused george floyd's death. ahead of the verdict, minneapolis schools are closing over concerns of potential disruptions. the district says all students will shift to distance learning next week. art of building a better bay area is fighting for racial and social justice. we don't have all the answers, we do have a lot of local resources, to find out more about how you can take action and be ala, go to action. windsor mayor said he's not stepping down, but he is stepping bac dominic foppoli released this statement which reads, it has become clear to be the town council will not function at the level expected by its citizens if i remain actively involved given the strong reaction to the allegations against me. i do not wai do no presence or participation to create a distraction or cause any additional hurt for our residence. >> this is not a negotiation about whether he stays or leaves, there is not a middle ground here. he needs to resign. he is unf
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>> he says he is innocent under the law, but will stay away from townhall and won't attend any more meetings. we begin with a covid-19 snapshot, where we stand as a state as we turn to the pandemic number of positive tests is now down to 1.7%, and more than 52% of californians have been at least partially vaccinated. according to federal figures, california ranks 11th among all states in vaccinations. san francisco announced new guidelines for fully vaccinated san franciscans, opening up small indoor gatherings without masks. speaking of gatherings, good news for san jose sharks fans tonight, the team is gearing up, they are getting ready to welcome fans back into the center. live look at the arena there. because of the ongoing pandemic, amanda delta tell e game date experience will be different. >> reporter: 14 months in the making, come april 26, the san jose sharks will welcome fans back to the center.
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>> i messaged three of my close friends, i said, we get to go back. [ laughter ] >> reporter: sharks fanatic tara understands going back involves big changes. everyone two years and older must provide proof of either completed vaccinations or a negative covid-19 test. digital tickets will be sold in pods of two or four seats, and of course, masks will muffle the normal cheers. these changes worth it. >> being able to take that step back inside a building with other people, with groups of people at a sporting event is almo towards the end of all of this. >> reporter: another change, people won't be able to eat or drink in their seats or use cash to pay for any of those items. but the puck drops in less than two weeks. sharks president says capacity limits allow 500 fans inside the tank at a time. >> we are starting on the first game opening up the most tenured season-ticket holders
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and rolling through them. before we are opening it to the general public. >> reporter: the experience isn't impacting the excitement for michael boyd. he is ready for the return of fan favorites. >> kind of that first so hearing a metallica song playing. that first goal, hearing the goals on. >> reporter: special moments only more socially distance. fans understanding safety is paramount during the ongoing pandemic. >> there is a right way to do it, it sounds like should the sharks are doing it the right way, limiting some things, it is different from the experience we used to have, it is worth it just to get in the stands and to see the team and cheer them o from one venue to another, sky seven over levi's stadium today, where more people were arriving for the vaccine appointments. as more bay area residents at the second pfizer or madonna shot, people are starting to compare notes about their side effects.
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we spoke to the chief of medicine at ucsf who explained what you need to know about side effects. >> reporter: it is a second shot that will get us closer to being fully vaccinated. once the needle goes in and the pfizer or moderna gets injected, this is what you should prepare for. >> i play recreational hockey and i play goalie, i felt like i had played four games of hockey and rope. that is how much my body ached. >> reporter: i got my second pfizer shot wednesday. i posted on social media about the side effects. in a matter of minutes, many of you replied with similar stories, the tweets -- >> i think i slept an hour, maybe, and i just tossed and turned because i had full body aches. >> reporter: chief of medicine says body aches, insomnia, a slight fever, and chills are signs
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an immune response. having side effects is not a bad thing. >> no, it is not, of course, as soon as you say that, people say, i didn't have side effects, but does that mean it is not working? the answer is no, these two things turn out to be true. >> reporter: many of you pointed out how side effects are 10 to 12 hours after that second shot. why is that? >> it body to begin producing the protein, which then, your body starts saying, oh, this is foreign, i've never seen this before, i'm going to develop antibodies. >> reporter: what is the difference between a bad reaction and a normal reaction? it is all about timing. a bad or an allergic reaction happens between the first 15 20 minutes of getting vaccinated. >> those ocher and about one in about 250,000 people and they are easily treated. >> reporter: he recommends
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going hydrated into your vaccine appointment, and not to take any anti-inflammatory medicine before your shot. only afterwards, if you need it. even after one to three days of uneasiness, many of you have gotten the second shot agree on one thing. >> small price to pay, compared to actually getting covid-19. as for the one does johnson & johnson boxing, distribution is still positive to six women developed a blood clot after receiving the vaccine. the cdc says anyone who received the vaccine recently should keep an eye out for symptoms. but the risk for people who got the vaccine more than a month ago is low. a cdc panel will reevaluate next steps for the vaccine. for the latest on vaccine appointment openings or if you have questions about the vaccine process, you can ask the abc7 vaccine team by going to /vaccine. prince philip's funeral is
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just hours away in the uk. new images released today and details on the family's role. the owner of the 49ers is backing governor newsom papa's fight against a recalled. the team is explaining why, tonight. more on the two two you may have seen making a deal on a "shark tank" tonight. preview this weekend, i will have those temperatures, coming up. here is a look at what is coming up tonight, right after abc7 news at 11:00. enjoy this nibble of show. when they ask you if that was your laptop, you say you don't
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another tragic mass shooting last night at a fedex warehouse in indianapolis. eight people were killed and several others injured. police released the names of the deceased victims who range in age from 19 to 74. fedex has confirmed the gun man was a 19-year-old former employee who took his own life. gunmen had been interviewed by the fbi last year after his mother reported him as a danger to himself. overseas tonight, the final preparations have been completed for tomorrow's funeral for prince philip. the palace released this never before seen photo of the prince and queen elizabeth years ago. tonight, we are learning about how the pandemic and family dynamics impacted those funeral plans. julia macfarlane has the details. >> reporter:
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spent years planning the details of his own funeral. the ceremony will reflect not just his life and his own personal tastes, but also his years of service. covid-19 may have forced big changes to tomorrow's funeral for prince philip, but his touch is all over much of the details. new updates on the ceremony, scaled down and socially distance from the guest list includes 30 people, the national legal limit for funerals. in normal times, a ceremonial royal funeral would have seen the coffin on a horse-drawn carriage with all the trimmings. but for the duke, a personal touch. a modified classic british land rover that the duke himself helped to design
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coffin. his own, to his final resting place. another change, all the royals will wear civilian dress. usually roils with military affiliations would be wearing their uniform. instead of a grant parade, the coffin will be taken on a short procession within the castle. process and and prince charles will walk behind, followed by edward and andrew. then, in the third row, princes william and harry, but they won't be side-by-side. their cousin peter phillips will be between them. there is an explanation for that, they are the three grandsons, it makes sense to go to line. it is hard not to read into it as a sign that william and harry face significant differences, still very much prevail. despite the friction, the royals are projecting unity in support of the queen. >> you can watch the funeral live tomorrow morning, our coverage begins at 6:30 a.m. here on abc7 as well as the abc7 connected to the app, available for apple tv, andrew tb, it was on fire to be, and roku. president biden met with japanese prime minister today,
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his first meeting with the foreign leader. he revealed at a news conference he spoke with biden about the increase in violence against asian people in the u.s. >> president biden's comment that discriminations and violence cannot be allowed and it was extremely encouraging and has renewed confidence in american democracy once again. >> there are a couple of anti- hate rallies this weekend, one tomorrow in san francisco, and another in millbrae. the 49ers are explaining their owner's support of governor newsom's campaign against the recall efforts. the chronicle reporting he donated $100,000 to the campaign earlier this week. years ago, the two men were at odds over the 49ers decision to move from san francisco to santa clara. today, the 49ers organizations sent this statement saying,
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governor newsom has been a constant leader and champion of our state. we support him staying in office and believe he will help build california back even stronger than before. the ongoing recall effort, we went back to our archives to put together an original documentary about the 2003 gubernatorial recall campaign, that was the gray davis recall, you can watch a total recall on our abc7 bay area connected to the up wherever you string. let's turn to the forecast. the weekend is almost here! >> [ laughter ] it is going to be hot. i broke out the flip-flops, but i am still wearing my socks. it is not a good look. >> [ laughter ] i can just picture that, flip-flops and socks. oh my gosh. all right, well, you know what? i will tell you what, you can lose the socks sunday, hang onto them for now, all right? let me show you a live picture
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right now, it is a foggy view as we look towards the port of oakland. we do have some thick fog along the coast. live doppler 7 is tracking that followed. it is compressed, down to 1200 feet. it might be sick across parts of the bay area tomorrow morning. visibility down to 5 miles in half moon bay, 7 in santa rosa. is a look at those temperatures, 40s and 50s for most of you tonight. but definitely is going to be on the cool side this evening. as you look at a live picture from our golden gate bridge camera, a little obscured. fog at the coast, summerlike heat coming your way this weekend. a cooler pattern develops next week. here is a look at your activity planner, tomorrow, it is going to be great weather. pleasant for walking the dog, and if you are headed to the beach, a mild afternoon expected. that is where you could go to escape the heat.
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good to moderate air quality for your outdoor plans. you don't have to worry about poor air quality around the region. tomorrow morning, a little bit of missed along the coast, temperatures in the 30s to 40s. a look at the afternoon highs, south bay, los gatos, 78, 76 in santa clara, 77 in san jose. 73 in san mateo, 64 in half moon bay. it is going to be breezy along the coast, 67 in downtown san francisco, sunset district 62, there will be fog at the coastline, but otherwise, a nice day. 83 in santa rosa, 82 in vallejo , temperatures will be above average, 76 in oakland, fremont, the sun will be shining in lint. it is going to be a warm one, 84 in concord, 86, fairfield. now we are going to display the
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summer microclimates, sunday is even warmer, 66 in half moon bay, 70 downtown san francisco, 78 in oakland, offshore winds will bring 87 degree weather in walnut creek, and up to 90, yeah, 90 in antioch. so, summerlike heat for the second half of the weekend, temperatures moderate monday, temperatures moderate monday, tuesday, we bring in welcome to jack in the box. hey, jack, i heard your chicken- who told you that? it was jimmy wasn't it? no, i heard your chicken comes with classic and spicy in the same box, so i don't have to choose. ah yes. best of both worlds. my 50/50 popcorn chicken. only at jack in the box.
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a couple of made a pitch on a "shark tank." >> spoiler alert, they have a deal. -it's gonna be great, guys. -let's do it. -i'm excited. -congrats, guys. oh, kevin, we actually have an offer for yourself. [ laughs ] lights. camera. action! action! welcome to the truffle shuffle show. >> the cofounders of truffle shuffle made a deal with mark cuban for $501,000, 18% of their company. it is a mail order meal kit service focused on meals with truffles and with the added perk of weekly live cooking classes. >> all i can think of is chunked and the truffle shuffle. they had a virtual driving you in, all proceeds were donated to the alameda county community food bank.
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very cool. chris is up next with sports, the a's are hot. >> a busy night here, sharks, giants, a's, all in action. the a's are red-
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the giants are off to a quick start, 8-4 record. san francisco began a three- game weekend series in south beach. the giants and marlins honoring jackie robinson. top four, evan longoria, the liner to left of center. the giants get on the board on the rbi knocked. bottom of the fifth, anthony on
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the mound for the giants, cruising along until jazz chisholm junior, off the top of the wall, over for a home run. we are tied, bottom of the aids. 427 feet, that was a blast left of center. marlins when, 5 number one. is going for their sixth in a row. that fan is ready to rock and roll, scoreless, runners on the corner. ramon laureano coming down, 1-0, next batter, shawn murphy, smashed down the left field line. 2-0, oakland. six innings, two hits, seven strikeouts. than bottom eight, matt chapman, some insurance for good measure, third homer of the season, the even the record to 7-7. sharks in minnesota,
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patrick, just one game away from tying the all-time games play record. passes it, stays with it, like the lamp, 1-0. second period, game tied at one, off the face- off, less than a minute later, zach lights the lamp for the home team, wild wing 3-2, sharks have lost four general. major league soccer, earthquakes opening in houston. quick defender, tommy thompson dislocated his shoulder. he would leave the game. 39th minute, san jose's goalie will have position here, jose rodriguez
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>> dicky: from hollywood it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, mark wahlberg, hunter biden, and music from the wallflowers. and now jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, there, hi. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thanks for watching. oh, that's very nice. [ cheers and applause ] i hope you brought your lobster. we have a wall-to-wall show for you starting with mark wahlberg and ending with the wallflowers. [ cheers ] and the secret service is in the building too. because you know how donald trump was always asking where hunter is? >> he's here in our building. [ laughter ] he's been here the whole time, turns out. son of joe, hunter biden, is with us. hunter is here to promote his


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