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i got you! (horn beeps) abc7 news at 11:00 starts right now. >> building a better moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc7 news. i think more than anything we're disappointed and for them not to operate after a's games, but after giants games, you know, just leaves a bad taste in your mouth. >> we are less tof the oakland
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biggest nights at their ballpark, but there's a battle between the ball club and b.a.r.t. tonight. good evening. thank you for joining us. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm ama daetz. abc7 news reporter j.r. stone is in oakland to explain how the fight hinges on the lack of late night train service. >> i think it's messed up. >> it's unfair. >> there is a battle brewing between the oakland athletics and b.a.r.t. between friday's upcoming game against the red sox. b.a.r.t. said they won't extend train service for the fireworks show, so thursday the a's stopped selling tickets. >> we had to suspend sales of the game at 35,000 because we can't support any additional fans without the public transportation. >> reporter: a's president says these parking lots won't fit any more fans. >> i only have 9,000 parking spots and there really is no overflow spots in east oakland because we're not in a nor peop
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>> reporter: b.a.r.reps say th back to prepandemic service till august 2nd. they say they've been very vocal about this, too. >> we provide extra service for a's fans after the b.a.r.t. closing time of 9 p.m., but we would not be able to accommodate the upcoming fireworks game simply because we can't keep all 50 stations open so late. >> reporter: he points to last week's bay bridge series in san francisco where b.a.r.t. trains stayed on light for the fireworks. >> i just think it's unacceptable that the east bay would receive less service than san francisco. >> for the giants we had eight stations open eight stations open it was feasible for us to have special event trains after their fireworks show. >> reporter: damon bruce of 95.7 the game says both sides could have offered solutions here, but instead the fans suffer. >> there's never a moment where a's fans around getting handed
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the short end of the stick. it's just that simple and i don't know if this is b.a.r.t.'s fault, if this is the a's fault, if it's a combination of both. it feels like there is solutions that i've seen extended to the same problem other stadiums multiple times. >> reporter: j.r. stone, abc7 news. >> b.a.r.t. is resuming late night train service august 2nd , a few weeks earlier than originally planned. the agency will operate until midnight starting that date with the exception of sundays when service will end at 9 p.m. from july 15th through the end of the month b.a.r.t. will add four late night trains leaving embarcadero station at 11:30. those trains will stop at just a handful of stops in the east bay and in san francisco. new developments in state politics tonight, it's official, california has set a it's a lot earlier than many expected. abc7 news reporter kate larsen spoke with political experts
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about why the timing could actually be good news for the governor. >> reporter: californians, mark the calendar. september 14th is recall election day when voters decide whether to oust governor gavin newsom from office. >> the new date is christmas in july for gavin newsom and his team. they have got to be popping the champagne corks today. >> reporter: senior politico's california playbook karla maranucci explained september gives republicans less time to wage a campaign against newsom. >> they were looking for months to be able to pound newsom on his weaknesses which they think homelessness, crime rising in the cities. >> reporter: republicans have their own take. one of the main recall proponents. how do you think the timing of the recall date will impact this election? >> i think it's going to actually be a huge problem for him and less of a problem for
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us. august, september, october, november, if you're a bad governor, you're a bad governor. >> reporter: dunsmore thinks the delta variant and election timing with back to school could be problematic for newsom. >> i think they were expecting that covid will be gone. people will forget and he's home free. people aren't going to forget. >> reporter: is governor newsom pleased with the september 14th recall date? >> i mean we're ready to go. >> reporter: senior adviser with stop the republican recall nathan glick would not directly answer my question but said their campaign wants to get the recall over with. >> all of the folks on the republican side are against climate change. they do not stand for our immigrant communities and they don't represent our values as californians. >> reporter: so how does recall voting work? every registered voter will receive a vote by mail ballot which counties will send out in august. there will be two questions on the ballot. the first, should governor newsom be recalled? if more than 50% vote yes, then question number two comes into play. vote for an alternative
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candidate of which there are currently dozens. whoever gets the most votes wins. kate larsen, abc7 news. >> you check out our special coverage of california's last recall called total recalled on our abc7 bay area connected tv app. download it now for your apple tv, android tv, amazon fire tv or roku. police are pleading with the communit shooter who critically injured a 30-year-old woman and an 8- year-old girl in vallejo. witnesses say they heard fireworks before gunfire broke out along sonoma boulevard near chestnut street wednesday night. the victims were in a four-door sedan when they were struck. bullets hit evangelist temple fellowship center piercing walls and shattering a window. >> i'm grateful no one was here and i'm also graph the rounds were so high up. even if someone were here, they wouldn't have been hit. >> police say the woman is in critical condition. the girl's condition was
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upgraded to stable. investigators are looking for at least one suspect. in the south bay a coyote problem at a senior community is getting out of control. these aggressive animals are attacking and in some cases killing dogs. abc7 news reporter amanda del castillo explains how neighbors are taking extreme steps to protect their pets. > this coyote came out of erambushed. ambushed and terrorized, that's how diana holcomb is describing the recent coyote attack on her dog bunny, the maltipoo picked up and killed when her holding onto bunny's short leash. >> she was dead instantly. >> reporter: neighbors at the villages say the last 15 months have been a nightmare. they've had to arm themselves during walks with bear spray, weapons, even body armor for their pets. >> i was just taking her out for a second, even if i had the bear spray, i couldn't have pulled it out fast enough because it was there and it was on her in seconds. >> reporter: the village's general manager tells me off >> reporter: nelson frick lost
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his dog clyde to a coyote last month. >> we didn't see it, but i found the carcass later, which is not exactly a nice thing to do either. >> reporter: efforts to protect his other dog bonnie have landed him in the hospital. now he and others fear for the older population who may be unable to defend themselves from aggressive co technique, a hunting process, that is injuring our animals and perhaps pursuing some of our citizens. >> reporter: county agencies do not have the authority to reduce the coyote population. vector control said the issue has been elevated to fish and wildlife, though cdfw has not responded to our inquiry. senator dave cortezi tells us his office is equalitying "what can potentially be done on the legislative level to help reduce these types of
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with coyotesour mmunity." what hyper transmissible delta variant the white house is launching surge response teams to deal with hotspots. >> to be clear, the federal government stands to meet the moment. >> the delta variant is behind one in four new cases in more than 1,000 counties across the country. less than 30% of people are vaccinated and 99% of those who died of covid in the past six months were not vaccinated. in capitol is seeing an outbreak. there are cases just weeks after the assembly reopened to the public. two who tested public were fully vaccinated. everyone who works in the capitol is required to wear face coverings regardless of vaccination status. i hadn't der
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investigation for playing a taylor swift song. san francisco is ready to put on a big fireworks show for the 4th, but are they ready to handle the crowds on the waterfront? it's a challenge that has its ups and downs, why two east bay men are spending more than a week on a teeter totter. fog and drizzle will start off the morning. i'll let you know if it will interfere with the fireworks show, forecast coming up. first here's a look at what's coming up tonight on jimmy kimmel live right after abc7 news at 11:00. >> the interesting thing is when you've been zooming, when you finally
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developing news out of seaside, florida, search and rescue efforts resume late today on part of the rubble from the collapsed condo deemed safe. 18 people have died, but 145 are still unaccounted for. earlier president biden and first lady jill biden visited the silaying flowers at a growing wall of hope. the first couple spent nearly three hours meeting with victims', family members and first responders. >> it's bad enough to lose somebody, but the hard part, the really hard part, is to not know whether they're surviving or not, just not have any idea. >> the president has committed federal resources to help stabilize the building and underwrite the search. are you playing pop music to drown out the conversation? a sergeant with the alameda county sheriff's office tries
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to play some pop music to keep his face off youtube. that plan didn't work. as abc7 iteam melanie woodrow explains, that officer is now being investigated by internal affairs. >> reporter: this interaction was filmed with the sergeant. they were listening to the pretrial hearing of jason fletcher who faces involuntary manslaughter charges for killing taylor last year in a walmart. an anti-terror member began filming policy member james burch. >> we film interaction with law enforcement for our protection. >> reporter: shelby took out his cell phone as well, but he hit play instead of record. >> are we having a dance party now? >> are you playing pop music to drown out the conversation? >> no. >> i think it was blank space
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is the name of the song. >> reporter: the song by taylor swift. the purpose? >> blank my music. >> very frustrating situation that we were in. we have family members who were trying to hear for the first time in over a year testimony regarding what we believed to be the murder of steven taylor. >> is this procedure for the allegheny county sheriff's department? >> we want the people to see our interactions with law enforcement so we can show what's really going on. it's very telling that these law enforcement officers seem to want the opposite. >> reporter: the matter has now been referred to internal affairs for possible code of conduct violation. >> i think everybody s a good l law enforcement and for our agency in regards to an attempt to what looks like censor youtube content by triggering a copyright algorithm or alert. >> reporter: sergeant ray kelly says training will go out by week's end. >> everybody will be briefed that this is not procedure. we don't do this. >> i hadn't seen anything like
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this before, but again, we are trained to do our best to expect the unexpected from law enforcement and so this is just another incidence of that. >> reporter: for the iteam, melanie woodrow, abc7 news. san francisco faces a big test this weekend in its push to reopen. will the city be ready for the tens of thousands of visitors hoping to catch the july 4th fireworks? mayor london breed thinks so. sunday's crowd could draw 100,000 spectators along the northern waterfront to watch the show. covid canceled the annual event last year. >> our goal is to make sure that people have a good time and we keep everyone safe especially during the fourth of july. we know people are going to be excited to come to san francisco to see fireworks. >> with car break-ins out of control in that part of town, the mayor urges visitors to keep valuables home or at their hotel and out of sight. that advice came in too late for this massachusetts family who we encountered today near the wharf. >> i don't think that baby blanket or stfecameans an at all to ckit means evythin
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news. the family was able to recover that blanket and the little cat you see there. they were dumped in the in the east bay grizzly peak boulevard between skyline and centennial drive in oakland will be closed all day on the fourth of july. sky 7 was over that area today. the goal is safety, of course, to prevent fires, crowds and illegal parking at lookout points. there will also be several street closures around lake merritt including parts of grand avenue and lakeshore avenue. these streets will be closed all day saturday and sunday, the 4th. head to our website when you have a moment for a list of events on the fourth of july holiday, the question is what will the weather be like fog will
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make it sizzle, something like that? >> i think. so it's going to be colored clouds for some fireworks shows, especially in places like san francisco where we have the fog. it's part of our tradition in july. let me show you a time lapse now from our east bay hills camera. you can see the deep marine layer tonight as the sun was getting ready to set. it's about 2,000 feet deep and it was rolling in, a live doppler 7 now showing you pretty good push all the way into the east bay as you will notice, the gray skies, also sili just over moon bay, six miles in petaluma and eight miles in santa rosa. so be careful tomorrow morning. temperatures right now anywhere from the 50s to the 70s. our ocean temperature, about mid-50s. i want to show you a view from our camera, just gray skies in san francisco. this is good because the measurable drizzle this morning and again tomorrow morning helps to add a little more moisture to the fuels which
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helps to keep our fire danger down, especially when we're in an exceptional to extreme drought. low clouds, fog and patchy morning drizzle, foggy areas for the fourth ofreworkal temperatures through the holiday weekend. so really overall weather looks nice, combination of fog and sun for your fourth of july at noontime, 50s to 70s, a mild afternoon and you will notice that there will be some fog around at 9:00. definitely grab the extra layer because it does cool off pretty quickly. let's look at your fireworks forecast for san francisco. you will notice the gray skies, fog right aroundsontparts of th bay, but well inland clear skies are expected. so if you are checking out the fireworks while inland, should be a spectacular show. here's a look at temperatures. at 9:30 you're looking at anywhere from the upper 50s to the mid-60s in places like livermore. hopefully mother nature cooperates for all the shows that are still taking place in this pandemic. hour-by-hour forecast, you will notice some patchy drizzle
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along the coastline, plenty of fog at 5 a.m. towards afternoon a few high clouds move, in but the fog never budges sitting near the coastline all day, 50s and 60s in the morning, drizzle and fog and tomorrow afternoon 62 in half moon bay all the way to 88 in antioch, so breezy right near the coast, warm inland, but nowhere near e exd st a couple of weeks ago. so the extreme heat stays away. the accuweather seven-day forecast, drizzly foggy morning, a mix of fog and sun for your saturday. still some drizzle. it's going to be a fine fourth of july, low 60s to mid-80s and we'll go with the mild to warm pattern inland monday through thursday right along the coastline in the 60s. so overal helping to make san francisco
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breaking attempt got underway at noon today at plaza stage in concord. it marks the of the previous record of 216 consecutive hours set in sacramento back in 1971. one man is dreaming big twice. >> 50 years ago i set the record and i've been thinking about breaking it most of my
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life. so i'm in shape and it's going to be fun for panee hoping to distract people with something fun. the attempt 10th. seena teeter look so comfortable. >> no. it's got a back on it. >> yeah, it's great. >> good luck to them. we'll follow their progress. casey pratt is here with sports. >> choppy waters for the giants and a's today and captain klay has himself
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sports on abc7 is >> gooevenin so far it's been a pretty remarkable the national league. they've exceeded all reasonable expectations. this kid is in perfect position. oh, he drops it, terrible. second batter of the game is mike yazstremski back after banging a ball off his shin and bangs this one into the right field stands, his 11th of the year, 1-0 giants. johnny cueto on the hill, christian walker kicks off cueto's shoe and dashes to first. cueto catches it bare-handed for the out. you got to see it again. that's just sweet. but cueto gave up five runs in five innings. former a josh reddick giving arizona the lead for good.
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5-3 d-backs, the giants first losing streak of the year. day tiny eces. this is how toothpicks are made. sean manaea hadn't allowed more than two runs since may he allowed four today. 4-0 rangers. matt chapman is just incredible. tracks a high foul pop into foul territory. look out for the mound. that's why he's a platinum glover. rangers win it, 8-3, their first series win in oakland since 2016. the big stars out for game five of the east finals. giannis for the bucks, trae young for the hawks. milwaukee came out flat last night but not tonight. bucks fans are going crazy.
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