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. good morning! thank you so much for being here on a friday, april 30th. so glad to be with you all this morning. >> we miss you. >> it is good to see you all. >> it is like a reunion of sorts. >> i know! i am sure you didn't like getting up early, but we are glad you are here. >> that alarm, i tell you. i am like get me back on the
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app where i can do stuff on mymy own timeframe. >> thank julian. also kumasi and jobina. i wonder what is on salesforce tower. they got something up there. no fog outside the monterey bay but that could change, so we will keep an eye on that. that definitely cooler today but warmer tomorrow. a robust warming trend with 90s in the seven-day forecast. i will is he you with that in a bit. here is kumasi. well, a push to get kids and teens the shot. younger kids across the country could be able to get the shot by the end of the year and today students at one south bay
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high school will be getting the shot right on campus. amy hollyfield is joining us live at overfield high school in san jose with details. amy? >> reporter: talk about a push to get teenagers vaccinated, look at this electronic sign telling people it is here at overfelt high school in san jose. they are holding a clinic to really focus and push the 16 and 17-year-olds to get the shot. they really want to turn their attention to th this isthis th. e big questi when will able get the shot. we are waiting to hear. pfizer says they are ready and doctors like what they have seen so far. >> the studies have been really good and we anticipate they
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will be the same for children. >> reporter: but right now 16 an 17-year-olds, the youngest people who qualify, are now eligible for the shot at the overfemme clinic today and over the weekend. it opens today at 11:00. officials will hold a press conference to make the push for teenagers to get vaccinated. amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >> thank you, amy. astrazeneca has a $275 million worth of the covid-19 vaccine already this year that. is without the shot having fda clearance here in astrazeneca released new financial information estimating it delivered around 6 million doses worldwide, most of the vaccines sent to europe. pfizer will start making smaller shipments of its covid- 19 available giving smaller doctor's offices a chance to get the vaccine and make it easier to reach people that have still not getting
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vaccinated. studies show getting the coronavirus vaccine from a personal doctor can help relieve hesitancy. the family of man who died after being restrained by alameda police officers taking legal action against the police department. jobina fortson is at a live desk. >> the family of mario gonzalez tells abc news they plan to vioted. i say alcomplied fid r thnt began with 9-1-1 calls about a disorderly incident in the area. when police encountered gonzalez he appeared to be incoherent but not aggressive. when they tried to arrest him
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he resisted and then they pinned him to the ground with one officer placing his knee on gonzalez's back. >> he was harmless. he had not threatened anybody. he just wasn't a danger, and they had no right to even try to be handcuffing him anyway. >> three police officers are on administrative leave as the department investigates. the lawyers for the officers say that are heart broken gonzalez died but he was very intoxicated at the time. the alameda city council has scheduled a meeting for may 8 to look at how police respond to mental health calls. julian? >> much more to come, thank you, jobina. police are working to track down a second suspect at a series of smash-and-grab robberies in the bay area. more than 30 robberies are being investigated in san jose, hayward, newark and oakland,
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too. police followed victims in shopping center parking lots. smashed windows and took off with the belongings of others. most of the victims are women but we are not sure if race is a motivation for the crimes. and now to the start of the asian-american pacific islanders heritage month. this year the theme is celebrate resilience and uplift voices reflecting the challenging year many americans have faced. >> we know this community has had a really challenging time over the past few months with the xenophobia and discrimination ever since this pandemic began. >> the month-long celebration will include events in-person and online. there will be talks, music performances and other demonstrations highlighting aapi consumer alert and this year there will be gatherings
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as part of heritage month aimed at bringing communities together and calling out violence targeting asian- americans. part of building a better bay area is fighting for racial justice. to find out more to take action and be an ally go to abc7news.com/take action. happening today, day two of an nfl draft after what was are really exciting start yesterday. >> the san francisco 49ers select trey lance, quarterback, north dakota state. >> listen to the roar of the crowd! 2 san francisco 49ers selected their quarterback of the future, trey lance, an elite level athlete when it comes to size and speed but he played against lesser competition at north dakota state. he is accurate. lance was a very unexpected pick, so much so that the 9ers kept it a secret.
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>> we have been very high on trey since the beginning, since day one. yes, the person everyone expected, we liked him, too. >> i know the staff and the guys will help push me and help me compete. i am looking forward to it. >> speaking of the guys in the quarterback room, jimmy g. will like lilly start for the season. and in a jay harris, the alabama running back, was drafted by the pittsburgh steelers. in emoryville there was quite the celebration. >> reporter: alabama running back and former antioch high school star naji harris drafted in the first round of the 2021 nfl draft. >> the pittsburgh steelers select naharr. >> rewe were there
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asnagey was surrounded by family and friends was surrounded by everyone. in oakland at 12 years old, he spent time living in this hitchland shelter. a humble harris was interrupted by champagne showers during our interview. one for the memory books. >> just all the little kids out there going through the same stuff, i want to tell them there is people in the same position, there is light at the end of the tunnel. >> reporter: we asking the s rv clock ng without a call. >> i was nervous. the training was happening and other teams picking other players and the running backs not getting picked in the first round, it with us kind of scary, but it finally worked out at the end of the day how i
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planned. >> what a night in emoryville. as for what comes next for naji, i am told he is on a plane headed for pittsburgh on friday morning. j.r. stone, abc7 news. >> j.r. with the rain jacket on for the sam pain shower. they were having fun last night. i love that for them! the rabbit that went viral last night after stealing the spotlight at a giants game, well, he has a story. >> you all remember he became a social media star when he went to a san francisco giants game last week. the owner explained why she went with the rabbit. >> my boyfriend had a old lione
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>> he is only a few months old but already a world traveler. if you been on alex's instagram? listen, he has been living. he has been to vegas, santa cruz and rodeo drive. >> that is officially more places than i have been to in the last few months, last year. >> he is cute. >> adorable. so fluffy! >> our coverage of the nfl draft is continuing today. round two starts at 4:00 p.m. here on abc7. that is followed by a special edition of abc7 news at 8:30
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p.m. >> mike, we can only hope our fridays are as good as alex the bunny's life, right? >> that is right! [ laughing ] >> najee. i am a big 12 guy so i watched him a lot in oklahoma. i am so happy for him and his family. i don't know if i can be a steelers fan but i will watch him once in awhile. who knew i picked the wrong bunny. i have been watching the bad bunny. i should have been following alex. >> oh, it is friday, isn't it. let's talk about what is going on in san ramon. it is 47. a lot of low to mid-50s throughout the tri-valley and 60s around antioch, 46 in lafayette. it is different than yesterday because of the cloud cover. all of us are mostly cloudy this morning. low to mid-40s in the north bay. 48 to 53 around the bay, 51 in san jose, pacifica and san francisco right now.
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you can see from tam it is not a solid deck of clouds but it will increase throughout the morning. temperatures will stay in the 50s at the coast, 65 to 74 at noon with slower sunshine today. 69 to 77, so that is closer to average for the bay and inland neighborhood, then low 60s by 7:00. you will need the code if you are heading out this evening because it will be breezy. a west wind at 10 at the golden gate bridge, but notice the clouds are higher up this morning. they are not sitting at the deck, that is why i am expecting more of a fog-free morning commute. watch out if you are out playing. cooler and breezy this afternoon. a small craft advisory on the bay from 3:00 to 9:00. west winds up to 30, 35 miles per hour but it will be choppy and breezy there. the temperatures get even cooler tomorrow before the 90s are possible in the forecast. i will have that coming up. here is jobina with the morning
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commute. thank you, mike. all lanes of westbound highway 4 in pittsburg are back open after a shooting caused an accident last night. we are learning the driver of the blue honda accord you see here is expected to survive after being shot at the railroad avenue off-ramp. the victim crashed into one of two hoppers being hauled by a big rig. officials say it was not a random shooting but the victim said he did not know who the suspect was. coming out live at the road conditions, a live look at the san mateo bridge here, traffic is pretty much light around the bay area at the have any crashe blocking issues to report, which is good news if you need to the door ts friday. a live look in walnut creek, 680 looking good and an overall look at the bay area here on the map. some red spots out of tracy but so far it is completely clear this morning. hopefully it stays that way for everybody as you need to leave.
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back to julian who is visiting us again this morning. thank you for waking up with us. >> hey, friend, thank you so much. growing support for so- called gig workers like uber and lyft drivers. and the biden administration showing signs it is in their corner, the long lasting fight for benefit changes that could be on the horizon. and things are getting nutty in the bay area. are you managing your diabetes... ...using fingersticks? with the new freestyle libre 2 system, a continuous glucose monitor, you can check your glucose with a painless, one-second scan. and now with optional alarms, you can choose to be notified if you go too high or too low.
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. this might be something for the kids to do this weekend. things getting a little nutty across the bay area. the planters nut-mobile is bringing mr. peanut to down. abc7 news was in the has ga eso stops on the planter's tour. you can see the 26-foot long nut-mobile. >> we are traveling across the united states from east to west. the whole idea is to make people happy. it has been tough for people. everywhere we go we are honking
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at people, waving, packing out stickers. >> how do we get these jobs, kumasi? driving across the country, chilling, handing out free products to people. today the nut mobile will be on state street in downtown los gatos. tomorrow it will be on san francisco at the san francisco wellness center on 36th avenue. >> i was trying to listen to what the fine man had to say. all that joy in the background. >> focus, you are distracted, kumasi, focus! >> sorry! >> some of my favorite lines from reggie. it is a hocus pocus pull focus. >> exactly. what was going on. >> those props had to have come from the rupaul's runway thing? >> there you go! well, will et's talk about weekend. it is cloudy in the south bay.
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we will have sunshine today and a cool breeze combined to bring cool weather that started at the coast and parts of the bay today. we will have may gray, the coolest of our afternoons tomorrow but it won't last long. temperatures near 60 at the coast and 90 inland. the cloud cover is robust through 7:00. watch as it tries to retreat back to the coast, but it never completely leaves the bay. by the time we get to 4:00, 5:00, it is starting to march off to the east. by the time the sun sets, most of us in the east and north bay 6 in sunnyvale, 82 in gilroy. redwood city is 69. mid to you were 50s along the coast in the downtown south san francisco area. sausalito 60. low to mid-70s through most of
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the north bay valley. 62 in richmond. oakland 64. 68 in fremont. in test bay valley 73 in san ramon. no record highs in tahoe like yesterday, but still, warm 73. chico 96. 90 in l.a., 106 in palm springs. definitely warm away from the coast today. tonight more cloud cover, mist along the coast and milder this morning, a lot of us in the low to mid-50s. we won't warm up much mainly 60s and 70s. look at the turn about there, some people may need to exercise their air conditioning. >> there you go. five people have been connected with the shoot are of lady gaga's dog walker and the left of the french bulldog. the dog walker has recovered from the february 24th shooting.
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one of the people arrested is the woman who said she found the dogs and returned them to police after lady gaga offered a $500,000 reward. officials say they believe the motivation for the attack was the value of the value of the dog's breed rather than the celebrity owner. >> some unsettling moment for a family in scotts valley this week. a homeowner captured video of a mountain lion lurking a little too close for comfort. here is what we mean. >> he is looking in our our our right now! [ banging on windows ] >> oh, wow! >> this is way too close for comfort. the homeowner says the mountain lion locked eyes with one of the family cats. that is what it is staring down there. while it with us terrifying, she was in you a of being so close to the animal. as long as it is outside and i
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am inside, we are good. >> i think y'all should never come to florida and alligators again. >> you are right. too much, too close. well, coming up, the "7 things to know" this morning. >> and the cruising comeback
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. it is 5:24. here are the "7 things to know" this morning. the man who died under the restraint of police, mario gonzalez's family is planning to file a lawsuit against the police department. three officers are now on paid administrative leave. number two, there is a new push in san jose to get younger residents vaccinated. overfelt high school is holding a vaccine clinic. 16 and 17-year-olds will receive their shots. number three, the ghost ship founder derek almena will be back in court for a restitution hearing. a judge ordered him to pay $81,000 to the victim's families. and number four, today is day two of the nfl draft.
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trey lance was selected to the san francisco 49ers from north dakota state to be a quarterback. and number five, cool and breezy into the weekend. today and tomorrow are our coolest days with our fastest winds. number six, so far so good for the morning commute. aside from a high wind advisory for the san mateo bridge, everything is clear. and number seven, the wait is over. disneyland and disney california adventure parks are reopening to california representatives at 9:00 this morning. attendance is limited, though, because of the pandemic. you need a reservation. disney is the parent company of abc7 news. >> peek are d to th. with summer just around the corner, americans are anxious to get traveling again. it is finally time to set sail as we first reported on abc7 mornings, the cdc has issued new guidance for the cruise industry. abc's gio benitez has reaction.
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>> reporter: call it the cruising comeback. the president and ceo of virgin voyages says they are ready to get sailing in america. >> americans like to travel, they deserve it, they need to get out there. >> reporter: the cruise industry was shut down over a year ago when the pandemic hit. now bookings are soaring. >> virtually every cruise partner we talk with is seeing exceptional bookings for 2022 and crossbody. >> reporter: but possible rough legal waters. companies in florida previously ban from the requiring vaccines. >> the jurisdiction from the cdc regarding rules and regulations have to be sorted out. >> reporter: at 7:00 a.m., we will have a live report from pout miami the best time to book tickets to lock-in prices. firefighters contra costa county were treated to a furry surprise. a woman and her son pulled up to the station and told them
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there was a cat stuck in the car engine. an animal services officer had to be called out. when he loosened the engine splash cover he noticed five newborn kittens hiding inside. i can't! the kittens are being checked out by a vet and soon they will be put up for adoption. >> thankfully they checked. you know, this usually happens when it is colder weather and they are looking for something warm that, engine. my goodness! >> look how precious! >> they are so cute. i am sure they will be gone in no time when they are up for adoption. looking ahead this morning to the next phase of reopening. >> two bay area counties poised to move into yellow tier. what that means for
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now at 5:30, president biden takes his agenda on the road. and parents hoping to get kids vaccinated may finally have answers. and you have had the calendar marked. the magic is finally back. today is the day disneyland reopens to the public. we have a sneak peek of what is in store for the lucky guests visiting today. >> good morning, everybody. happy friday. it is april 30. >> so glad to be with you all here on the last day of april. i can't believe may starts tomorrow. now to meteorologist meek mike e nicco with the forecast. meteorologist mike nicco here with the forecast. >> reggie is not here disneyland opens today! coincidence?
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[ laughing ] well, we have low clouds and high clouds, our fastest breezes are combined to the golden gate bridge, the san bruno gap and all the way through the delta. looking at the east bay hills camera you can see they are transporting clouds to all our neighborhoods. so, slower sunshine today with the cooling breezes reaching out, fanning out to all our neighborhoods. i mean, look at the brisk mid- 50s along the coast to san francisco. 60s around the bay and mainly 70s inland. even cooler tomorrow but a big rebound is coming next week in the accuweather seven-day forecast. i will have the newest numbers coming up. here is julian. >> thank you, mike. a major push today to get teens vaccinated in the south bay. on vaccine watch students at one san jose high school will soon be able to get their first shot right on campus. abc7 news reporter amy hollyfield is live at overfelt high school in san jose where the announcement is expected? just a few hours.
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amy, good morning. >> reporter: check out this push to get teenagers vaccinated. a huge electronic sign in front of overfelt high school in san jose letting them know the vaccine is here for them and for them to come and back it. demand has dropped so much as clinics officials are turning to 16 and 17-year-olds making them know they are eligible and doses are available. the big question now is when can 12 to 15-year-olds get vaccinated. pfizer says the vaccine it created is tested and ready and the company has applied for fda approval. experts expect that approval will come in may. doctors say the sooner we can get it to the younger kids the better. one sixth grader we talked to said she is ready. >> at first i didn't want to get it, but if me getting it means i will be able to go back to school, play sports and do things i like, i will get it. >> even before school it will make a big difference this
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summer. people want to get out and vacation. >> reporter: as for the kids younger than 12. dr. anthony fauci is says they could possibly be approved for vaccination by the end of the year but for now the 16 and 17- year-olds will get all the attention. they love attention from us parents, don't they? they are eligible and officials in san jose want to give them a push so this clinic at overfelt high school will be opened today through the weekend. live in san jose, amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >> thank you, amy. contra costa county has administered more than 1 million covid-19 vaccines several weeks ahead of the july 4 goal. today the county added two temporary walk-up clinic, one at the pittsburgh youth development center and the other at st. john missionary baptist church this richmond. the sites are only eligible for county residents from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
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until may 2. if getting more answers about getting the vaccine where you live, you can ask the abc7 news vaccine team. go to abc7news.com/vaccines to submit your questions. san francisco and morin counties could be advancing to the less restricted yellow tier next week meaning an increased capacity up to 50% for places like gyms, movie theaters and entertainment centers, but the biggest change will be food that don't serve food, allowed to reopen indoors indoors indoo capacity. performance venues will also increase capacity, too. happening today travis air force base will send vaccine doses to india when has been devastated with a lack of cces. sks anoxygen are set
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diday. vid claime208,000 liin the country as cases continue to surge. in oakland police say they made an arrest after the head of the chinatown chamber commerce was attacked. you likely have seen carl chan on the news. he was walking near 8th and broad in oakland when a man pushed him to the ground. he said he was only scraped up but it could have been much worse. >> i don't want to see this happening over and over again. i don't want it to be happening to anybody. >> chan said he was able to snap a couple photos of his attacker while he was getting away and able to give police a description. santa rosa's city council is looking to report that
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police used excessive force against "black lives matter" protesters last summer. according to the press democrat the city hired an outside investigator to look into the allegations surrounding protests surrounding the killing of george floyd. the report claims officers fired tactile projectiles into the crowd and one of the rounds injured a demonstrator. the report claimed officers targeted people unnecessarily with rub better bullets. new developments in the effort to recall the mayor of windsor now moving forward. the paper work to oust lauren ashley-nicole phelps dominick tip polly was filed. he has refused calls to resign over sexual assault allegations. president biden is hitting the road today to continue pushing his major infrastructure plan two days after the president delivered his first address to a joint
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session of congress. jobina fortson is at the live desk with what is to come. >> yes. the president took his message to georgia yet, meeting with former president jimmy carter and will continue to tout his jobs plan later today. the massive recovery plan is a blue collar blueprint to recall america, recalling $4 trillion in new spending by calling for tuition-free college, and paid family leave among more. >> he could have done his speech in 30 seconds. he could have walked up and said i am president biden, thank you for watching, here is my message. i want all of you to send every bit of your money and freedom to washington. >> today biden will stop in philadelphia where he will commemorate the 50th anniversary of amtrak as a senator.
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he was a fixture on amtrak trains taking it from delaware to d.c. and continued riding as vice president. cal fire crews gearing up for the front lines of wildfire season. the special training happening now in the south bay to make sure they are ready. enit has been more than a year since disneyland went dark, but the wait is finally over. the park reopening today and we are taking you inside. but first we have a check of the weather with mike nicco. >> we can stay on this for as long as we want. it is beautiful, isn't it? it gives you hope seeing that open with all the lights on it. we are getting there, almost there. those are the lights at the end of the tunnel. 46 at castro valley, berkeley 49, the rest of us 50 to 53. mostly cloudy along the east bay. 61 in antioch, easily the warm spot. a lot of low to mid-50s in the east bay valley, upper 40s to
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low 50s in the south bay. mid-40s to low 50s around the r- 40s. a look from sfo. we pulled the picture out to show you the cloud cover coming in. the low clouds and also the high clouds out there. sunshine will be the premium for a while today due to the high and low clouds. the low clouds will pull back a little slower and return a little quicker today. that will also aid in our cooling. the 80s are gone for the most part. 50s, 60s and 70s from the coast, bay and inland at noon. 50s and 60s again by 7:00. with the winds picking up it will feel cooler so if you are going out this evening grab a coat. we will have really breezy and choppy conditions on all our bridges today and all our bay and delta water, so watch out for that. if you are heading out over the weekend we have plenty of tree pollen. the uv index will be increasing
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through the weekend, so prepare for that. let's turn over and talk to jobina and get you prepared for the morning commute. hi, jobina! >> 880 at that that that that t there, a nice commute there. if you rely on one of our bridges for your commute, if you are taking the golden gate bridge southbound, 6 minutes for that ride. bound bay bridge traffic is moving nicely, 8 minutes for that drive-time. the san mateo bridge with a high wind advisory issued by the chp, about 12 minutes for everyone traveling
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well, the owner of the deadly oakland warehouse fire derek al minute in a will be
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back in court today. he may be spending the railedder of his term at home as part of a plea d■eal. the judge ordered to pay 81 million to family. in pittsburg a vegetation fire broke out around 4:00 yesterday afternoon and broke out near homes south of buchanan road. you can see the firefighters spraying it down there. the contra costa facial officials say it is a good reminder to clear brush and create defensiblursp property. the cause of this fire is still established crews with specializing trains now in the south bay. we have more on
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rattlesnake. >> reporter: mitigating imminent fire threats and performing hazardous fuels reduction, a tall order for these newly established hand crews busy with specialized training in san jose. cal fire in corporation with the california national guard formed task force rattlesnake. 13 hand crews set up throughout the state with cal fire's santa clara unit taking on two. >> with this entity and having the two fire crews will be a huge asset for the mmunitied baalio unitls >> reporter: together the teams consist of four cal fire captains, eight seasonal firefighters and 48 guards members. >> we have helicopter pilots, mechanics, and police officers. it is all new to them. >> reporter: new, and northerlies crucial, as
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california faces dry conditions and drought. circumstantial fire potential is in the forecast. >> we have been saying that more and more. >> reporter: the cal fire santa clara unit, or scu, battled the scu lightning complex. the fire was active tive tive te days, attaching nearly 400,000- acres in the five counties. >> it is one of the biggest fires in state's history and brought new challenges within the unit. >> reporter: these men and women training monday through friday. the battalion chief perrera calls everyday a small victory, working to get fire season. i am understand hand for abc7 i
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am amanda del castillo for abc7 news. i wanted to tell you gnat geodocumentary last weekend. it talks about a water and power program opening your eyes to what water is here and how few people control it, even though we the people are supposed to control it. it is very interesting. you should take a
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well, with he know we have had the driest last 18 months on record. our reservoir levels are really low. that is where you can tell this drought is hitting us harder er in the reservoir levels. let's talk about the forecast. slow sunshine, cooling breezes today, cloudy with patchy drizzle and fog tonight and then a cool start with a rebound as we head into the weekend. so, temperatures tonight after being in the 50s, 60s and 70s today will fall back to low to mid-50s. milder but during the day tomorrow it will be our coolest afternoon.
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look the temperatures monday and tuesday, nearing 80 by the bay, 90 inland. way warm for this time of year. back to you. >> thank you, mike. new at 6:00, last call for honey cakes. a popular san francisco cafe is set to permanently close in june. and a reason to celebrate this morning. disneyland is reopening today. a live look right now. look at the traffic, people trying to make their way into
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hi. the only way to nix it is to terminix it. the same disney magic but, of course, we'veee preparing. >> reporter: temperature screenings, plexiglass.
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even chactto 25% capacity. >> we've been consistent on maki welcome back. disneyland is opening today. masks and social distancing is expected, and the park has installed plexiglass and other safety guidelines. >> we are making sure we are adhering to all government guidelines. >> it is almost back to normal. it is nice to see we can be outside and be safe. >> reservations are required to enter the park. disney, of course, the parent company of abc7. so many people are looking forward to this. there may even be a better experience, mike, with just 25% capacity there, you don't have to wait in line all day. you can ride the ride you actually want to get on. >> right. ride them more than once! yeah. so happy! so happy. do you guys have plans? >> not yet. >> why don't you test it out
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for us first, mike, or i guess we will hear from reggie who is probably there. >> it will be a race between reggie and i. he will probably get there before i will. we like to go in the fall implementation well, the orioles in town to take on the as at ring central coliseum. it will be a brisk night with temperatures dropping down to 55 so be prepared. here is a look at saturday's forecast. temperatures falling more than todd but a slight warming trend sunday. look at monday, anywhere from near 70 in san francisco to near 90 in antioch. enjoy the milder temperatures. we only have them today and tomorrow, then it is above average once again. back to you. >> thank you, mike. you will never leave the couch ever again now. netflix expanding a new feature on finding something to watch, or what i call an episode of the scroll. it is called "play something." by clicking on it next netflix
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will automatically pick a show or movie for you to watch. it explains the recommendation like similar to grey's anatomy that you have been watching for 07,000 seasons now. don't like what netflix chooses, you can select find me something else and it will do it. we are never getting off the couch now. an oakland piano bar is back open for the first time in more than a year. the ally reopened last night with 50% capacity, which is 45 people. customers are limited to an hour and 15 minutes inside. the ally has been around since 1933. a gofundme raised $94,000, enough to save the long time bar. here is a sign people are clearly looking forward to life after the paemic. tickets tsideld so >>e talkg ou this festival all week long. single day tickets went on sale
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yesterday apparently to high demand. widespread reports of technical glitches with the ticketing system but the tickets were scooped up fast. the three-day passes were already sold out. these are like the one day tickets. they are gone too, now. outsideland is returning at golden gate park halloween weekend. julian, were you trying to get tickets because i was? >> i forgot to set a calendar reminder to get the tickets so i am out of life at this point. >> i had the spinning wheel of death, and when it stopped spinning it said sold out. >> we hate to hear it! at 6:00, a major silicon valley company creating more opportunities and the kidnappers of lady gaga's dogs now being charged. what we know this morning. and the
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>> and east bay native has been drafted into the nfl. he will be playing for the pittsburgh steelers. how his bay area roots led him to where he is today. and the magic, returning to disneyland today. we have a live look right now at main street, the theme park will be open to the public for the first time since it closed for the pandemic last year. we are excited to see that. good morning, everybody. it is 6:00 this morning on friday, april 30th. now that's a good way to start a friday, mike. >> yes. i will try to top it with the sunrise this morning. but seeing disneyland opening, i don't know if you can top that. did morning, kumasi, jobina, and julian is with us this morning. let's take a look outside with the live doppler 7. you can see a lincoln of clouds covering us to go underneath it, there is around santa rosa and around the monterey bay. you can see that gorgeous sunrise i was

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