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we the jury ijury i entighted matter find the defendant guilty. >> the reaction in minnesota, d.c. and right here in the bay area. and protests after the death of a teenage girl in columbus by police. growing concern over vaccine his tan sip and more on the johnson & johnson vaccine. apple revealing its newest tech gadgets. >> good it's tuesday, april 20th. >>february april 21st. a little bit of developing in novato.
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it will hang around through 9:00. you see the greatest will have a few more clouds. temperatures in the mid to upper 50s with our fastest breezes today. mid to upper 70s in the north bay. so that's significantly warmer than yesterday. low 70s in the south bay. mid-60s to 70 around the bay. we'll have nice weather for a couple days. then you know see you soon. another deadly shooting taking the life of a >> in an unprecedented move, police released the body camera. police said officers were responding to a report of an
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attempted stabbing. a teenage girl identified as ma'khia bryant appeared to swing a knife at a second girl. that's wthe officer fired his weapon. the police chief said deadly force can be used third person. makhia's aunt said she was 15 and in foster care. >> yes, she had issues, but that's okay. you know what? she was 15. she did not deserve to die like a dog on the street. >> reporter: soon after protests erupted. a review e ngwill nee bure oin investi the name of the officer mazz not been released. he has been taken off the streets while the investigation continues. the shooting if ohio
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happened 20 minutes before the jury convicted derek chauvin on all three counts of murdering george floyd. this morning we go live to minneapolis with what comes next >> reporter: good morning. you said it yourself. guilty on all three charges. derek chauvin emotionless as the judge read the verdict out loud. now a new police reterm bill on capitol hill. overnight celebrations and fireworks in minneapolis after ten and half hours of deliberations. judge peter cahill announcing the fate of former police officer derek chauvin. >> we the jury second-degree unintentional murder. he was found guilty of second-
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degree unintentional murder second-degree murder, third- degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. the former officer silent and stoic as the verdict was red, eventually led away in handcuffs and taken into custody. at george floyd square where he was murder, the crowd erupting in cheers. the family members watching as the verdict was read. >> today we can >> reporter: george floyd mattered read a headline. president biden said it's a step in the right direction but more needs to go. >> in order to deliver reform we can and must reduce that this will happen again. >> reporter: democrats pushing for congress to pals the george
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floyd justice and policing act. now despite the renewed push for legislation, this bill still has an uphill battle in capitol hill. it will need everdemocrat to support it including ten republicans. reggie, kumasi. the trial verdict has made an impact in the bay area with many people believing justices had finally been served. amy hollyfield has reaction from city officials. good morning, amy. >> reporter: good morning. san francisco's mayor london breed said this is the first time in a case like this she has seen accountability. now the call is for more. this group gathered in the mission in response to the verdict saying they hope to see more cases where police use deadly force. san francisco's police chief
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addressed the verdict saying this may bring closure to families who felt they were cheated by the system. >> like i said, i think this case brings some joy to a lot of those families that may not have gotten just tis in their cases. for whatever that reason is, i think it affords us an opportunity to move forward with progress, with real progress. >> reporter: san francisco's district attorney tweeted about the case saying, quote, i am relieved by the verdict today but also snow that doesn't the pain that george floyd suffered nor so many other black and brown people who have been hurt or killed by police. he said convictions like this are rare and we must work to end systemic racism in our legal system. reporting live, amy hollyfield. >> thank you. we saw relief and reflection in
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a south bay. what ended as a vigil started as a celebration in nearby shopping city hall. i'm thinking about what this must be like for a young person to know that justice is possible, that their life is a little more valuable today than it was >> the south bay's naacp joined them. >> everyone needs to understand that all we're asking for is accountability and respect and fair treatment. >> leaders stressed that chauvin's guilty verdict is a step in the right direction but still only the beginning. you can see all the key moments of the derek chauvin by downlading our abc7 bay area app. you'll find it
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connected tv devices. water restriction are coming to marin county. they approved mandatory conservation rules. the board still needs to on the specifics. for now they are being asked to reduce water usage by 25%. this was the driest winter in 90 years. >> do i think we will run out of water, i don't. >> every little drop helps. maybe by planting more drought tolerant plants. >> the board removed restrictions on pools and pushed back limits on golf courses until may 25th. the last time we
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good soaking of rain was 2019. average rainfall a little over 60 inches. what they received 23 so they're missing more than three feet of rain in a 15-month period. then we start to look at the reservoir. marin uses their on rain. the reservoir average is 52% and that's at at 40-year record low and the driest it's been in 90 years, so you can see why they're having such issues will. we've got mid to upper 40s throughout san francisco. walnut creek, american canyon, fairfield, pittsburg and tracy. you can see the extra cloud cover off san francisco. temperatures ae milder away
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from the coast. low to mid-60s at noon. 69 to 73 at 4:00 but the clouds will be stubborn and the winds will keep you in the 50s. so no storms if you're running errands and windy across the northern part. there you go. your small craft advisory from 3:00 to 3:00 p.m. to a.m. today and tomorrow. we'll talk more about the weekend rain coming up. let's go to jobina. we have a high advisory for the altamont. bringing you a live picture in oakland. 880. the headlights are making their way south right now. things are moving at the limit, which is great. the same thing for for creek. so far things are good.
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happening today san francisco opens a new vaccine site. it's part of the city's effort to ensure equitable access to vaccines. the site will open at 1099 sunnydale avenue from 9:30 to 3:30. a third site in this neighborhood will open in the coming weeks. in today's gma's first look not all adults are eligible get the covid-19 vaccinebut a lot of people are hesitant. >> reporter: with thousands of appointments going unfilled in some areas of the country,
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growing concern over vaccine hesitancy. some christmases have no lines and no waits. >> we can do about 12,000 shots a day. the last few days we've done less than 4,000 doses a >> reporter: meanwhile health experts investigate those rare blood clots in six women. european regulators said the benefits outweigh the risks and yesterday made the recommendation that shots move forward cdc advisory panel will meet on friday to discuss the future of the johnson & johnson vaccine in the u.s we'll be live from a mass vaccination center at 7:00 a.m. with your gma first look, reporting for abc news, new york. >> an immune response, they said, could be responsible for the rare flood clots in the six women who took the johnson &
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johnson vaccine. more than 7 million people have been vaccinated with the j&j vaccine in the u.s. so far. they believe findings show how rare blood clots are, even without the vaccine. >> it happens one out of 100,000 people per year. >> doctors agree more work needs to be done to see what is leading to the rare blood clods. we are following all the latest covid-19 updates. just head to abc7news.com/vaccine for answers to your questions and you can commit questions to the abc7 news vaccine team. allison collins was stripped of her comments last month after remarks she made about asian-american resurfaced. so the replacement will serve for the rest of the 2021 term.
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collins is the only member who voted against her. school lynns is suing the district. if you're looking to go to yosemite this summer, make sure you're right by your computer or afternoon at 8:00 this morning. that's when the first round of reservations will open up. it starts may 21st. today and the next two wednesdays a new month of dates will be open. the reservation system is to control crowds and the spread of covid-19. look at this. drivers can head down highway 101 in big sur. it's opening at noon on friday. caltrans said that this worked nearly 12-hour shifts seven days a week to get the collapsed rat creek area back open. you remember heavy storms back in january caused a hillside to
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collapse and washed parts away parts of the this is video from newport beach. this is the second time the blue waves have been spotted. are we okay. >> we have a lot of feelings. >> it's cool happening? usually you have to go to t philippines. >> matching all of our outfits. we're wearing blue. yes. jobina, also. i wonder if they can throw some of that algae in there.
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that would be cool toll see. this is san jose, clear to partly cloudy. it will be brighter outside the coast and milder around the bay and inland areas. patchy fog, a little bit of drizzle along the coast but the real wet weather is coming this weekend. looks like healthy rain. temperatures. so here's a look at the fog forecast. it should make it as far eat as livermore. you can see it quickly but it does retreat to the coast by noon. that's where this will stay, especially along the peninsula coast. we'll start down in the south bay. look at los gatos 74. a calmer 70 in we should reach 60 downtown and sausalito. look at those mid to upper
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80 around clover dale anan 70 at fremont. as you head into the valleys, 74 to 80. so here we are saturday night at 7:00. the sun's going down and the rain is coming up in the north bay. look at that several hours of wet weather sunday with a few showers possible monday. it's a one on the storm imstorm scale. so stay in. watch the oscars here on channel 7 because this will be likely raining in your neighborhood. back to you. >> thank you, mike. cupertino-based apple is out with a bunch of products and colors. this is the new i mac available in several colors and has touch
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i.d they have the iphone 12 color -- purple. the i-mac and i pads will be available in may >> the purple is nice. why didn't they do this when my known broke two weeks ago. >> your known broke? >> yeah. it was a whole drama. >> coming up, the seven things to know this morning. >> also, a big congrats to one high school senior. we'll show you the moment she found out she this couple is working hard on our state's recovery. you see, they live in california and keeping their vacation in california supports our small businesses and communities.
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which means that beautiful baby gherkin atop this charcuterie masterpiece is like another brick in the rebuilding of our economy. job well done friends. calling all californians. keep your vacation here and help our state get back to work. and please travel responsibly.
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if you're just joining us, these are the seven things should know derek chauvin was found guilty on all three counts. ecors will befor 12 1/2 years. an investigation is underway after police in columbus, ohio, shot and killed a 15-year-old girl.
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police said ma'khia bryant was shot. an officer is expected to charged for killing a man from newark. that same deputy shot and killed a homeless man last month. mandatory water restrictions. the forward still needs to agree on specs. for now the board is being asked to reduce water risks by 20% starting next month. the rain coming in saturday night into sunday will not teller the drought but in will slow the onset of the fire season. a quarter inch falls to three quarters to the north bay. >> bringing you a live picture from the bay bridge toll also san mateo, and altamont pass. queen elizabeth is 95. traditions like gun salutes have been canceled. now to some unwelcome
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unless you for your wallet. more big companies raising prices as this pandemic continues. we have the report. you'll see things go up in price at the grocery store and even at the car rental counter. >> reporter: this morning some popular household items will soon cost you more due to pandemic supply issues. procter & gamble plans to hike i prices an baby products and fell min r&des. products. it follows a price hike by kimberly clark. >> what happens, you have pinup demand through covid. you don't have all workers back to work, so that's creating a a
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classic supply-demand balance. >> reporter: americans will be paying more when it comes to rental cars. that's because of shortage. >> so they sold off, in some cases, as much as half of their fleet. >> reporter: auto companies have been forced to scale back production it's now is trickling down to the car rental counter. >> in some markets like hawaii and florida, we're seeing up to 300% increases. so the cost of your car can be way more than your flight these days. >> reporter: after months of being stuck inside, people are watching less tv. netflix reported a slowdown in subscriber growth. consumers are dropping streamings is at a record rate. >> coca-colas had announced this will also be razing
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prices. another factor is rising gaprre approaching $3 a gallon nation white. congratulations are in order for a southern california high school senior. she was just accepted into not just one four. >> i got in. >> so stephanie guteirrez at santa ana was accepted at columbia, brown, dartmouth and harvard. he is expects to become a pro bono attorney to serve her community. did, stephanie. >> i was thinking of something so sweet my mom did. she saw the big envelope in our
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mailbox and came right to úschool, came to my classroom and brought it. i know i shouldn't open your mail. >> so she opened it. >> she didn't. she saw that it was big and assumed it was an acceptance. can you imagine? she was quite sure i guess. anyway. that was really sweet and i'm so glad for this young lady. still ahead, up for adoption, the animal that ended up at a local humane for the first time. >> the countdown to
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moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc7 news. former police officer derek chauvin waking up behind bars after a jury finds him guilty in george floyd's death. we're breaking down what's next. and wave of emotions from the family of george floyd this morning. we are hearing from his brother in a brand new interview. still trying to schedule you're shot? we're getting an update from three counties. good morning. it's wednesday, april 21st. we'll start with live doppler 7, which is so much quieter than yesterday afternoon. you can see the clouds are marching east as you would expect. a to calm
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today except for around concord, napa and fairfield, 12 to 17 miles per hour you'll definitely notice a difference in many areas. it will be warmer. it will be brighter. outside of the north bay it will not be as breezy 56 half moon bay. upper 70s in the east bay valleys. we'll take a look at the rain coming up. cities across the city were calm overnight as many were bracing for the verdict. the jury found the former officer guiltien all three counts. now the push for change capitol hill. jobina? >> reporter: president biden and democrats are pushing to pass the george floyd justice and policing act. sadly, the reforms being pushed could not have saved george
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floyd life. the legislation faces an uphill battle requiring ten republicans to support. it these headlines this morning, the new york daily news reading george floyd mattered. during deliberations the jury didn't ask the court a single question in reaching their guilty verdict. under minnesota law chauvin will face sentencing in eight weeks for the most serious degree second-degree murder. >> the sentencing guideline is 12 1/2 years for someone with no criminal background but prosecutors are asking for an enhancement, a stiffer sentence. the fact that he was a police officer that george floyd was vulnerable and that children were present. >> reporter: we'll have much more reaction ahead on gma.
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at 6:00 a.m. paul bautista will join abc7 mornings live. >> thank you. there was a wave of emotions following the guilty verdicts. george floyd's brother is on gma. >> it makes us happier knowing that his life, it he didn't die in vain and also, he helped change the world. he made people realize that all lives mattered all across the world. >> abc7 reporter jr stone has more reaction from floyd's family. >> reporter: family members of george floyd reacting to derek chauvin being found guilty on all three charges. this one coming from minnesota and this one from george
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floyd's sister in houston, texas. >> if you could feel every beat of my heart there. >> reporter: family members overwhelmed with emotions. >> words can't explain what i feel right now, just emotions going through my body. so happy my uncle got justice. >> we got justice for my uncle. >> we are so gratified to get the result that we had prayed for. >> reporter: in washington, d.c., president joe biden and vice president kamala harris broke. an african-american man who had just learned of the guilty verdict fell to his knees and cried saying he saw himself in george floyd. for family members, the most impactful image didn't involve those outside or those gathered to watch the trial. for family members it came from inside the court room and well after the verdict was read.
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>> to see him handcuffed like my brother was handcuffs, that's when he had no more power. >> reporter: family members said they are satisfied but this is just the beginning. sentencing is still to come and they would like to see reforms. >> our team coverage continues with amy hollyfield. she is live outside of san francisco city hall. any reaction from city officials? >> the mayor and the police chief spoke out about the verdict with the chief saying this verdict might bring closure to some families who felt like they did not receive justice from this system and the call now is for more convictions in police brutality cases. this group gathered in the mission district in response to the verdict saying they hope to see more convictions in cases
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where police use deadly force. san francisco's mayor said she knelt surprised by the verdict. >> we've seen these tragedies play themselves out all over this country for so many years. one of the first times i really felt there was accountability and there was justice. >> reporter: san francisco's district attorney tweeted about the case is saying, quote, i'm relieved by the verdict today but also know this doesn't heal the pain in george floyd's family suffered. for does it relieve the pain of the family of daunte wright, adam toledo and others and said that we must work to it end systemic racism in our legal system. amy hollyfield reporting. >> thank you, amy the video of chauvin with his neon george floyd's neck
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forever changed the case. an abc exclusive with the young girl who was there the cup foods when it happened. judea's cousin got out phone and began recording. this morning she's speaking exclusively to "good morning america." >> my mom said we brought change. my dad said we won. >> judea is now is working on writing a children's book called "a walk not store." she said it's about a young black girl who chose to be brave. >> you'll find it connected tv devices.
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just go to dek chauvin trial section. the contra costa county dam is charges against all firing multiple times as a man drove toward him and continued to fire as he drove amount of hall is on administrative leave and is facing a civil lawsuit for killing a whomless man in danville in march. there will be a number of walk-in clinics over the next few days the countdown to the oscars and one of the top categories might be more predictable than ever. first, checking in with mike nicco. we'll start with neighborhood temperatures which
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are clear right now but the clouds are coming. they're marching over the east bay hill. temperatures in the upper 40s to low 50s until you get to antioch and brentwood. 56 for both of those communities. low 50s from napa, vallejo down to san jose. through san francisco and into the north bay along one one mid to upper for the for the. we'll hang out there through 7:00. the clouds will retreat t t t stay stubborn, especially the peninsula coast. back in the you're heading out around 7:00.
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it may get worse, the rich marked san a fell, ll make it c as far as pollen, we cannot shake the tree pollen and the uv index will be higher with a little more sunshine. you know we have rain coming this weekend. here's jobina. good morning. i'm getting a brand-new report coming in of a car fire on westbound 24 right at st. stevens. this is in orinda. it's off to the right-hand shoulder. so i will start here with a live look at the san mateo bridge and those tail lights making their way. the visibility is not the strongest there. as mike just mentioned and i will reiterate we do have a high wind advisory for the bay bridge and the altamont pass. that's our headline in terms of traffic. here's a look at the golden
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san mateo scout may be getting an increased supply of covid-19 vaccine doses. this week they received about a 31,000 doses. projections show the supply could triple by the end of june. as of monday 63% of the county's eligible population had received at least one dose. it's a different situation in san francisco where the vaccine supply is significant clip down. that comes as the state expanded eligibility. the city received 10,000 doses per week. that is the biggest dip in supply since the start of
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april. the newly released cdc data shows san francisco with the second largest drop in the doses administered compared to the rest of the bay area. >> again, this is independent of the johnson & johnson pause. >> the reason is interesting. ucf said san francisco is not receiving as much supply because so many people here want the vaccine. local officials are working with the federal government to receive additional doses. getting the vaccine in marin county will have one-day pop-ups. the eligibility does vary by the location. appointments are encouraged for
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some of these clinics. go to get vaccinated marine county. go to abc7news.com/vaccine for answers to any questions you might have. you can also submit questions to our abc7 news team. we are counting down to the 93rd annual actors. this morning we have why chadwick boseman is set to join the group receiving the award posthumously. >> one of the most foregone conclusions is that chadwick boseman wins best actor. >> reporter: he died from
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cancer at the age rainey's black bottom." >> voters know the last time to honor chadwick and i think it's impossible to ignore the role that plays into voting this season. >> reporter: boseman would be only the third actor to win an oscar following peter finch and heath ledger. and while he is the favorite to win, he's up against other strong nominees and what's historically been an obstacle. >> he is the only nominee in his category from a film nominated for best picture. only three or four people have been able to win in those circumstance. >> reporter: boseman already often won at this year's
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critic's choice, sag and golden globe where his widow had this to say. >> he would say something beautiful, something inspiring. >> reporter: boseman's life and performances inspiring until the end. >> i would love to see him get up on stage and accept that award because he deserves it. >> reporter: reporting from los angeles. >> and you can watch the oscars live right here on abc7. our coverage begins at 10:00 a.m. the 93rdacademy awards starts at 5:00 a.m. i will try to perk it back up because that makes me sad. we won't be able to of his work. but the oscars. >> you want me to bail you out
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of this? >> yes. >> it's been tough. h flag lot of happy some of those oscar movies, they're deep. the rest of us will be bright are with milder temperatures. this mat turn will continue with afternoon sunshine and slightly average temperatures. rain starting in the north bay saturday night and rolling across the rest of our neighborhood sunday. here's that area of low pressure that brought the thunderstorms to the north bay. it's moving to the south. its influence over our weather will be one of drier weather. that's why you see the upper 60s to low 70s across the south bay. most of us will be in the mid to upper commit account. san bruno a little cooler.
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the cooler breeze coming through there, mid to upper 50s along the coast. low 60s downtown. mid to upper 70s through the north babe. along the hereby shore mid to upper 60s and into the eastbound valleys we go mid-70s to upper 70s. look at all that cloud cover. so far saturday when the sun is setting around 8:00 you can see the rain in the north bay. as we head through sunday, it becomes light to moderate. it's a one on the storm impact scale with temperatures in the 50s. so stay inside and watch the oscars right here on abc7. reggie? >> talk the raiders do not plan remove a controversial tweet posted after the derek the dere trial. the tweet reads "i can breathe." the team own are said he was
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not aware of that. the 49er the released a statement after the verdict saying we still have a long way to go in the equitable treatment of people of color. we will continue to use our platform to inspire action. the work must go on. house speaker nancy pelosi facing a lot of criticism this morning. the controversial comments she made following the derek
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other bay area districts and sonoma heights has the lowest in the districts. >> similar come mod dis, wine, coffee, bottled water, milk and our water which is .003-dollars per gallon. it's less expensive than bottled water send a clean reliable source. >> officials say they were able to keep the hikes do lowering other expenditures saving 1.3 million. if neighbors in palo alto yesterday they sasurpri. a celling unit was built offsidthe the house and into the foundation. >> we're doing this because
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have a big family. we wanted to have a space for kids when they come home from college, for relatives and our house isn't big enough. >> the 610-foot square foot units had a kitchen, bathroom, power and water hookups. taco bell is looking to lessen its impact on the environment one sauce packet at a time. they're teaming up with tera cycle to give packet as second life. no details have been released but the program is expected to launch later this year. about 8 billion sauce packets are used every year in the u.s.? okay. i will say this. have you ever thought it was pleasant to own a pheasant? here's your chance. this is an adult male golden pheasant and this is the first one they've ever h they dubbed
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him lord featherington by the popular film "bridgerton." a woman discovered it injured. it wasn't able to fly. it was discovered in her yard last week. if you're interested, contact the peninsula humane society. listen, lord featherington can't just go to anybody's house. >> it needs to be a well kept home. >> this need as throne. >> yes. >> it also needs the match, the furnishings. it can't clash. >> we need pictures, a walkthrough. >> we need to bring swatches. >> not swatches. >> what a gorgeous bird. >> right? >> yes. i think we should all have a hand on where he goes. yes. in the peninsula -- i think they saved 6,000 animals a year
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and they don't turn any away. all right. let's talk about the a's. they are so hot. ten in a row they've won. they will round out the set with the twins under a sunny sky, 60 to 65. so it will be a lot more comfortable than yesterday at the colosseum but when they win, does it matter. three quarter of an inch of rain in the north bay to a quarter in the sought bay. all this rain you see will fall mainly sunday and put off the fire season. at least this will delay it and that's a good sign new at 6:00, the giants are looking to to up the stands at oracle park. derek chauvin, the former
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minneapolis police officer guilty on all three charges. coming up, the renewed calls for police reterm on capitol hill. >> plus, the sign that
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> bu a erbay area s c7 news. now at 6:00, derek chauvin waking up behind bars after he was found guilty in the murder of george floyd.
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the reaction in minnesota, d.c., and in the bay area. protests following the death of a teenage girl. new information about the johnson & johnson vaccine. how the cdc might followed the eu's guidance. first let's get to mike in a look at the forecast, hey, mike. >> let's talk about the winds first. they were really aggressive yesterday. they have calmed down considerably. napa, 12. fairfield, 17. as we head into the afternoon starting at 3:00 and 12 hours later, the winds will be faster from the golden gate, san pablo bay, and through the delta. as far as the lighter winds, low clouds marching to the east. a little bit of

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