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violent crime have a new advocate in the bay area and cash assistance to go with it. break from the heat continues. not for long, when warmer weather continues, coming up, the news starts right now. building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, there is abc 7 news. i am not surprised something like this has happened. i am surprised it took so long. >> tonight, a napa doctor is the first tporpb face federal charges for phony vaccine treatments and fraudulent vaccination cards. good evening, thank you for
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joining us. >> abc 7 details the alleged scheme. >> reporter: selling immunization pellets with the promise of lifelong protection from covid-19. one of the complaints out lined against julie nazzi. the doctor operated her practice out of her town home in napa where agents spent mystery offed with sifting through the property. he recognized her face on the news. >> i am not surprised something like this has happened. i am surprised it took so long for something like this to come out and someone be in trouble of it. >> reporter: providing fake vaccine cards to patients. saying the fda authorized armful iningredients. according to the complaint, she
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instructed four total days of dosing are required before lifelong immunity is considered achieved. claiming doses of her vaccine would be safe for children and babies. investigators say she sold her kits, pellets and cards >> buyer beware. >> reporter: be watchful of tests. the investigation began in april when someone's family members purchased pellets filed a kopl plant to the department of health and human services. williams with the inspector general's office released a statement to me that read in part her actions including falsifying vaccination cards undermined the health efforts and endanger the lives of men, women and children. she now faces charges of wire fraud and making false statements relating to health care. she could face up to 25 years
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in prison. back to you. developing news in the east bay after five days the official search for missing runner in pleasanton has come to an end tonight. abc 7 news reporter j.r. stone is live there, j.r. even though the is over volunteers say they are not giving up hope yet, right? >> reporter: they certainly aren't. i will talk about that in a moment. they have a plan of coming back out here come tomorrow. but this command center here at foothill high school, the one here for five days was cleaned up and gear was taken away from this location as crews left this location around 7:00 this evening. >> reporter: crews packing up gear and heading home after five long days of extensive search in the hills for 37-year-old man, the goal was to find the berkeley father, husband, runner but his whereabouts are still unknown.
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they dismantled the command center tonight. the full time search is finished they say they are not done yet. >> we will continue to pursue leads, we will continue to do follow ups. >> reporter: his wife telling us that she is not giving up hope in finding her husband who last seen saturday before going on a run. >> i know in my heart of hearts he isout there. he is alive. he is waiting for us. he is probably maybe injumayb dehydrated and delirious. >> reporter: the family says all of this is a struggle. she is doing her best to continue caring for their children. >> it takes every molecule mo my body to stay in the moment and every fiber of my being into taking care of our kids during this time. >> reporter: while deputies
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performed the final drone search wednesday evening those in the community say the disappearance truly hits home. >> he has two kids, i have a 2- year-old myself. so, i can imagine the anxiety they must be feeling. >> he is extremely fit, mentally and physically. i ask people to have faith with us and that he is out there alive waiting for us. that we ask that people continue to help us. we will bring him home together. >> reporter: they are still holding out optimism tonight. you heard that right there. the official search here may be over crews will the volunteers that work with family and friends will be meeting at 9:00 a.m. on thursday morning here at foothill high school. they are still asking volunteers to come out for one final search. reporting live in pleasanton, j.r. stone, abc 7 news. >> all right, j.r., thank you
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for that update. now, new details about the vta gunmans previous interactions with law enforcement. federal documents between cassidy and airport custom agents in 2016. the report has notes about him having quote dark thoughts about harming people. it is unclear why the information was not passed on to local authorities. the santa clara county district attorney says he is meeting with local and federal officials to discus the issue. new at 11:00. with gun violence on the rise in san francisco there is a new effort tonight to help victims and survivors deal with the trauma that often follows. abc 7 news reporter has details about a new campaign getting cash assistance to help with the recovery process. >> this is where my brother mitchell died. he was shot and killed right here where this car is parked. >> reporter: this document produced by crime survivors for safety and justice. it is about how many under served communities can not get access
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to victims compensation funds. >> 1 in 4 people get access to victim's compensation, the majority of them are in our community. >> reporter: they are breaking through the red tape, getting cash assistance to survivors and families quickly. thanks to a $100,000 grant distributed to 8 survivor-led organizations in california like us for us in san francisco. run by damian posey who sees the need associated with gun violence. >> i am seeing young people waiting a long time to get buried, tomb stones not ready. >> we know that having access to services and support immediately after a crime reduces the likelihood of more violence. >> reporter: the mayor supports helping families dealing with trauma. >> part of what we have to remember is these investments matter to people. they matter to people's lives. >> regardless of what happens with policing and prosecution and punishment, victims have real needs, real needs that all too often go
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ignored. >> telling our story we can actually make change. >> reporter: nonprofits are calling on city and county leaders to match those grant funds to help survivors when they need it. in san francisco, back to you. a gun rights group is threatening to sue san jose over plans to have more requirements on gun owners. a plan requires gun owners to pay insurance and pay an annual fee. the national foundation for gun rights sent a letter. a california town scarred already, is threatened again by fire. wildfire burned 2200 acres with 0 percent containment, in 2018 a camp fire started there, that fire killed more than 80 people. firecrews say they stopped
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forward progress of a wildfire that burned 12 miles west of downtown novato. sky 7 was above an aerial attack was done. it did not threaten buildings it is at 32 acres and 60% contained. in the north bay cal fire showed off a new weapon. this parade of fire hawks arrived at the airport today. they have a cruising speed of 160 miles an hour and fight fires at night with a water tank of 1,000 gallons they can transport three times the amount of water a helicopter can carry. it is a converted blackhawk helicopter, aircraft designed for war. >> it is a war, in a way, but it can carry more crew, it is a safer aircraft with two engines and it can deliver more water r on a
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wildfire from 60 feet above some sometimes lower. they are going to launch 11 fire hawks. oh my god. >> oh my god. >> chilling 911 calls from the florida condo collapse. new details about potential problems with the building. a rare court victory for britney spears what the pop star is now free to do. a warning before you hit the beach this summer. the poplar sunscreens being recalled. get ready for a return of the summer heat. your temperatures for the weekend coming up. first a look at what is coming up on jimmy kimmel live. >> thanks. get excited. >> three balls while balancing on a
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time to rise and shine. >> we are celebrating traveling to all 50 states. celebrate this summer with good morning america's rise and shine tour. new details about the tragic condo collapse in surfside, florida that killed at least 97 people. audio of 911 calls made after the middle of the night collapse last month have been released. several callers wondering if there was an explosion or a earthquake. >> oh my god. >> oh my god. >> >> reporter: for the first
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time we are hearing the terrified calls for help moments after the collapse of the champlain towers south. >> i woke up because i was hearing some noise. >> reporter: coming in after 1:00 a.m. on june 24th. a caller telling the operator he heard an explosion. >> it seemed like under ground. everything exploded. >> the calls growing frequent and urgent by the minute. a woman on the line with dispatchers as she frantically tried to escape from the garage. >> the roof collapsed in the building, a bunch of us are in the garage. we can not get out. we are going back up the stair well, the garage has water. we don't know where the water is coming from. >> another woman panicked calling from the south building that was still standing. >> what is your emergency? >> yes, i am at champlain towers something is going on, you have to get us out of here. >> you are in the building now? >> yes, but half of the
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building is gone. >> reporter: a boy pulled from the rubble alive. >> there are people in the rubble yelling. >> reporter: after 14 days of searching they did not find more survivors -frp the operation turned into a recovery mission. >> abc news obtained documents indindicating as far back as 1996 investigators were calling for repairs to the garage and the pool. now, keep in mind that is just 15 years after the building went up. now, while those repairs were made that information will be part of the investigation as investigators look into what caused this collapse. back to you. new developments, britney spears hired her own lawyer as she works to fight her year's long conservatorship. >> at a court hearing today a judge allowed her to hire a a a prosecutor to help her. welcomed news to people outside. >> one thing that everybody has
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lost sight of in all of the controversy, all of the litigation and all of the drama is what is in the best interest of britney spears. >> today, she talked about her desire having it end calling it truly tee. another hearing is scheduled for september. former 49er richard sherman is expected to appear in court tomorrow. sherman allegedly tried to break into the home of his wife's parents. the police say he crashed his car overnight and is investigated for dui. in a phone call with the "seattle times" sherman's wife said in part today, quote, he is a good person and this is not his character. we are doing all right. just trying to get him out. i want people to know no one was injured. he joined the 49ers in 2018 after playing for the seattle seahawks, he is currently a free agent in the league. governor newsom says now is
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the time for californians who are behind on rent sign up for the rent relief program. >> 5.2 billion to pay 100% of your back rent to april of last year. to pay 100% of your rent through september 30th of this year if you have been impacted directly by covid-19. >> the governor adds it is unlikely the state's eviction moratorium will be extended beyond september. if you are tired of complaining about the crash in san francisco, shine on sf. the city is bringing in private help and volunteers. residents can call 311 to file a trash report. community organizers will be ready to respond. >> they will come to our teams to dispatch people to address the issue immediately and we will be able to by photograph of the cleaned area. >> the city still has an army
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of street cleaners to do some of the work. you see the mayor doing here. write down your thoughts about what makes the city shine and thing them on trees that will around the city. recology is paying people a refund. get it through a payment app or a physical check. the average household will get $190 back. ratepayers are getting refunds because of a settlement reached between them stemming from the city hall corruption scandal. neutrageno and aveeno products are being recalled. some samples were found to have low-levels of benzene. it can cause cancer. the effected ones are:
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>> people can contact j.&j. for a refund but the products should not be used they are being recalled. good to wear sunscreen when we go outside and to fight off of the wind it does not do much for news no. >> we did get sun here in san francisco. >> yes, we saw blue skies and it brightened up a little bit. the temperatures responded today. it was a little warmer thanks to that extra sun. yes, it has been a breezy pattern we have been in. let me slow you what we have been dealing with. this time of the year we will take the breezy, take the cooler than average, some cities below average because of this. look at the drought situation, we are in extreme to exceptional drought for the entire bay area. not much better around the state, either if we can have a return there that would be great.
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you will notice there are shades of reds here, extreme to exceptional drought across much of california. any time we get form of drizzle and cooler weather we love it. we will be getting rain. palm springs looking at .65, about .09 in bishop. today we saw the thunderstorms and showers over the deserts southwest as we head into sunday. some of the moisture is going to increase across southern california, going into monday and tuesday. the sierra gets in on the action as well. we are expecting some rain out of that. not here, would be great. but we will get rain in california. from our emeryville camera, gray skies, morning fog and spotty drizzle, breezy and cooler in the afternoon. summer heat returns. visibility is good in the south bay right now. a look at the air quality forecast. the next thysyou will
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see good to moderate air quality for the entire bay area. live doplar 7 is showing you the fog along the coasts, the bay, taking a look at the temperatures, dropped off nicely. in the 50s and the 60s. hour by hour forecast, showing you the drizzle in the morning, 5:00 a.m. continues at 8:00 a.m. if you have to hit the roads, give yourself time. low visibility may slow you down. the fog will hang around near the coastline most of the day that we expect this time of the year. 40s, 50s for your temperatures with the drizzle. tomorrow afternoon you are looking at a mild day, cooler 57 in halfmoon bay. 82 degrees in antioch. the wind will still be with us. tomorrow morning, torr afrnn,pickinup, back up ng the your accu-weather seven-day forecast, morning drizzle, minor warm up coming up on friday
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and then middle 90s inland sunday and monday, 60s coast side. so, our summer heat is going
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created the priziest burger in history and donated all of the profits to charity. called the golden includes alaskan crab and it is covered in gold leaf, the price tag $6,000. it goes to charity. >> wow. can you eat gold leaf? >> i would not know. [ laughter ] >> neither would i. >> i guess if it helps charity. the bucks looked like they were in big trouble in the 4th quarter of game 4. but have no fear, chris middleton is here. he goes
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good evening, home sweet home, the home team has won every game in the finals, milwaukee looking for a victory to square it at two a piece. kareem abdul jabbar in the house. giannis, spinning, scoring, the greek freak hitting over 40 tonight, 26 points, 14 rebounds, booker, off of the worst game of the post season unstoppable. 42 for book. tied at 52 at the half. 3rd quarter, more from booker. he had 18 in a quarter alone as the suns pulled away briefly. he was in foul trouble in the 4th quarter, giannis, the d., steals, the slams, and qute togo to go. no. denied. above the rim by giannis. off night for chris paul.
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turned it over five times, this one, late, fatal, middleton with the finish. bucks even the series 109-103. >> that is what it was about. finding a way to win the game that we did not look like we were going to win. going to phoenix with a little bit of confidence. >> the main objective is to win the game. anything going on throughout the game, you know, it does not matter for real. >> warriors forward joined us in studio tonight after the game, plagued by injuries this past season paschall is in the gym using the summer to develop new skills. >> i feel like i have tried to be a more playmaker. i know naturally i am a scorer and i want to put the ball in the hole and that is my t inonmangand getting rkin slots to others is important in the warriors, that is something, that is really my focus this summer.
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to celebrate the return of fans for cal football this season, center said good-bye to an old friend. >> i have gotten to know, well, one side of you. i am ready for the 3d version of our fans, for old time sake, go bears! >> he is really funny. abc 7
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that is it for us tonight. thank you for watching. >> for all of us, we appreciate
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