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officers scouring the scene for evidence into the night. at this in-n-out burger, nobody is eating inside, but protesters are outside. why they are outraged. >> sunshine and rain and the seven day forecast. which you will see for halloween. >> the biggest single sport event in the world in the bay area is bidding to be house. abc 7 news starts right now. >> building a bay area. this is abc 7 news. >> a freeway shooting left one person dead and shut down a freeway. >> it happened at 5:30 this evening on westbound interstate 580 and closed part of the freeway. traffic toward san francisco was diverted on highway 13. >> on victim was driving this white sedan. several people called police reporting to people were shooting at each other. it is reported the gunfire came from a semiautomatic gun inside of a silver car.
the chp is investigating what led to the shooting. continuing to stay on top of this. good evening. >> another story breaking tonight. the oakland school board has just voted to mandate vaccines for students. >> we are going to recess the meeting. people need to wear their masks. >> a woman opposed to the student vaccination mandate nearly forced the oakland school board to go into recess when she removed her mask. the board approved requiring students 12 and older to get at least one shot january 1 to attend school in person. otherwise, students would have to enter an independent study program or un-enroll from school. one board member expressed her concern after the vote. >> i guess we need an update for what it means of the 50% black and brown students not vaccinated. >> unlike other bay area school districts, oaklands vaccination rate among eligible students is comparatively low.
to convince students and parents to get the vaccine, the school district will focus on outreach and educational campaigns. >> rallies to protest proof of vaccine mandates. the demonstrations happened at two in and out contra costa county. the chain was penalized for not asking patrons for their vaccination status. j.r. stone has the story. >> stand up and stop these mandates. >> protesters rallying outside of the in-n-out burger. one of three contra costa county locations that have been fined for allowing indoor dining, but not checking for proof of vaccination. around a dozen in-n-out burger supporters showed up wednesday evening, speaking in favor of the chain that has previously said they are not the vaccination police. >> these mandates, this pandemic, this vaccine has become a giant excuse for the government to control or people's lives and encroach on more people to liberties. >> i have all my vaccines leading up to this. if i'm not ok with putting this
in my body, it should not be forced upon me. >> doctors say covid is still here, and mandating restaurants to check for proof of vaccination does make for a safer indoor environment. >> we do know from studies it is 20 times more risky to acquire covid or transmit covid indoors compared to outdoors. we also know eating is a good way to acquire covid. >> governor gavin newsom addressing the issue, but not taking aside. >> i encourage everyone to take seriously local health orders and i encourage everyone to support businesses to support the state. i appreciate the headquarter california-based company. >> tuesday, the pleasant hill in-n-out burger was closed for multiple complaints of not checking for proof of vaccination. it has reopened, but indoor dining and in san ramon remains closed. honks in support of those
rallying outside of in-n-out burger are now encouraging others to eat here. we reached out to those at in and out to get their take on the rallies held, and the reopening of the pleasant hill location, but have yet to hear back. in san ramon, j.r. stone. >> several shorter lines will suspended starting monday because of san francisco's manti -- vaccine mandate. the deadline for city workers to be vaccinated is november 1. they anticipate there will be a driver shortage. these lines will either be suspended or reduced. there is no timeline on when services will be restored. they are currently hiring and training new operators. the fda is expected to soon authorize pfizer's vaccine for children ages five to 11. millions of child sized doses are ready to ship out on the signoff, and it comes as the cdc is also pushing for more people to get their booster shots. morgan norwood has the story.
>> as booster shot availability expands to 70 million americans, the cdc allowing people moderately in severely immunocompromised to get another shot. at least six month after completing their third mrna vaccine dose. >> it is equivalent to a booster for immunocompromised people, but does not mean the general public is looking at floor shots anytime soon. >> the promising of lowering hospitalization. the study out of brazil, drug used to treat obsessive-compulsive disorders lowered the risk of hospitalization with covid by 5%. it is not authorized to treat covid-19 in the u.s., nor is it recommended, but one of several research efforts seeking ways to help covid patients. what will soon be available at pharmacies, clinics, and hospitals? pfizer's covid vaccine for ages five to 11.
an fda panel voting in favor of the shots and preparations underway for the rollout. health officials activating a mobile vaccination clinic. >> there's a lot of different reasons to stop someone from going to an actual site. if you go to them in the community, it is the answer. >> the race to get children vaccinated is growing urgent as health officials warned of the potential surge heading into the holidays. just outside los angeles, an entire high school cheer squad at the center of an outbreak. >> i was kind of shocked, because everyone wears their mask in class. >> there was urgency because we are seeing disease in children, death in children. >> morgan norwood, abc news, los angeles. >> governor newsom put himself front and center to encourage californians to get booster shots. his first vaccine was johnson & johnson, but he got a moderna booster to show the safety of mixing and matching. if you have questions of
covid-19 vaccine violent -- mandates, policies, ask our vaccine team. go to abc7news.com/vaccine and click on the big blue. >> police have identified a man accused of stabbing a woman in broad daylight on busy mission street in san francisco. it started as a random attack. he pushed a senior citizen to the ground. he thought it was a robbery. started following him. police say he stabbed her repeatedly and kicked her before running away. >> two other ladies were running with her out in the street. one was -- one saw the police car in front of walgreens. >> witnesses helped police catch the suspect. hate crime elements are being looked at. the first attacked is asian american. >> in the north bay, a mountain line being set free after it was sedated and captured in a sonoma
neighborhood. it was found and refused to move, even one patrol vehicle shined light and made noises. it is a healthy 10 month old that might be under the care of his mother. the hope is they will be reunited. a long stretch of highway one on the central california coast is closed because of this rockside. the closure goes from north of ragged point in two guard a in monterey county. crews are inspecting the rocks above the highway. it is estimated the closure can last a week. >> we are in the running to host the 2026 world cup. bay area leaders say it would be a huge economic boost. a big part of helping build a better bay area. international soccer officials are durer -- due to tort levi's stadium. amanda del castillo explains it is the perfect site. >> come 2026, soccer's most prestigious tournament can bring the biggest soccer players and
fans to levi's stadium. hosting the 2026 world cup backed by the 49ers, salesforce, google, visa, airbnb, and others, including the mayors of oakland, san francisco, and san jose. >> we know we have a great tradition of soccer in the bay area. whether the earthquakes, or the world cup back in 1994, we have shown we are a soccer crazed community. >> 22 cities across three countries being considered as host cities. expected to examine each capability to be a host venue and whether the surrounding region is suitable. >> when you talk about an international event at that level, you are talking about the multiculturalism we celebrate here. >> the world cup would bring the potential for the region to rebound from pandemic losses. understanding major events, dropping money. the world cup can bring more than $300 million to the bay area.
>> trying to come out of this pandemic, filling tables, getting cash registers going, it is so needed right now. >> fans say it is achievable, knowing the bay area has been the backdrop for many premier national and global events. >> we are silicon valley. we are present on the map read it would draw a great crowd. >> incredible opportunity. he equivalent of having half a dozen super bowls. >> fifa officials will be touring levi's stadium. a decision expected early next year. >> hundreds of evidence collected at the movie set where a crew was killed. investigators saying arrests are possible. you may soon see more of her drivers in tesla's. the new plan also eco-friendly. >> ski resorts getting ready to open after this weekend's storm. the snow, but not the workers. more snow in the forecast in the
extended, and rain in the bay area. when the mild weather will come to an end, coming up. >> here is what is coming up tonight on jimmy kimmel live. >> thanks. i have been blasting my quads getting ready for this. >> my mom doesn't like the spotlight. absolutely nailed it. >> my family, i have to work on them.
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investigators publicly answered questions about the fatal shooting on the set of a movie starring alec baldwin. >> the possibility of criminal charges is on the table as the investigation continues. rena roy has the latest. >> an intricate investigation underway on the movie set in santa fe, new mexico. authorities collecting 600 pieces of evidence. including three firearms and 500 rounds of blank, dummy, and apparently i've ammunition. >> we will determine how they got there, why we were there, because they shouldn't have been. >> alec baldwin fatally shot halyna hutchins thursday with a cold long revolver while rehearsing for a scene. >> if the sheriffs office determines during our investigation a crime has occurred, and probable cause exists, and arrests will be made and charges will be filed. >> investigators believe the bullet hit hutchins before lodging into the directors shoulder. >> the project was recovered by
medical personnel and turned over to the sheriff's office as evidence. >> the armor had prepared the gun and the assistant director handed it to baldwin yelling cold gun, meaning it should have been empty. but it was loaded. the 80 telling authorities he was not aware of it. the cast member telling tmc he feared for his safety when filming gun battle scenes. >> when they shot at me, i did feel the blanks hitting my face and my body. i can feel the wind from the shotgun being discharged. >> the sheriff's department and district attorney's office interviewing cast and crew members on set. >> producers also hired their own lawyers to conduct a separate investigation. according to an internal letter obtained by abc. rena roy, abc news. >> testimony in the trial of elizabeth holmes was canceled due to a water main break. it forced crews to shut off water service in the area, including the federal courthouse.
water came back on around noon. a family representative for president trump's education secretary testified the family was misled by homes when they invested more than 100 million dollars into the failed blood testing company. the trial will resume next tuesday. >> uber is joining the partnership between tesla and hertz. hoover drivers will be able to rent the vehicles in san francisco, los angeles, san diego, and washington, d.c. earlier this week, hertz announced the purchase of 100,000 tesla vehicles. half of the supply made available to uber. it is a huge step to reaching zero emissions goal. >> ucsf hopes a major major to its campus will help researchers uncover clues to some of the most difficult to treat diseases. the building will be a hub for research and brain disorders, neurological diseases, and psychiatric conditions. it was made possible by one
hundred 85 million dollar gift from joan and sandy while and the family foundation. they hope the work performed will ultimately lead to breakthroughs in treatment. >> we like to support the underdog. when you look at the progress over the last several decades, we have made tremendous progress in cardio and cancer, and many other diseases. the brain is the most complicated part of the body. so far, while there has been progress, we haven't had any real cures yet. >> the center will feature new clinics for diagnosing and treating diseases, such as multiple sclerosis, parkinson's, and all signers disease. >> early snowfall means early openings for some ski resorts. first, they have to find enough workers. mammoth mountain will begin their season friday. with many people not returning to their pre-pandemic jobs,
resorts like diamond peak hope they can fill those vacant positions by the time they open the slopes. >> we have seen folks who might not be going to their normal 9-to-5, or normal pre-pandemic. but they are looking to do something fun. >> resorts are looking for everyone from ticket sellers to ski lift operators. if that job sounds appealing, it might be a good time to apply. >> a great start for them. more snow on the way? >> yes. a mix of rain and snow. i want to show you what it looked like tonight in the bay area. the fog starting to creep in through golden gate. this is a time lapse taking you to this evening. the fog is around tonight. visibility has come down. i want to show you how low it is. one mile in petaluma. zero in half moon bay. watch out in the morning. the fog near the coast. also around parts of the bay as
you look at live doppler 7. tomorrow morning at 5:00 a.m., around san francisco, you will see the fog. around the east bay shoreline. into noon, it will hang around near the coast. the rest of you are good to go. temperatures in the 50's and 60's. in case you want to get away and enjoy the fresh powder the sierra received, the weekend storm, over three feet, it will be nice weather. morning clouds, sunshine in tahoe. partly cloudy into the weekend. more cloud cover. cooler afternoon saturday. sunday in the upper 50's. the mornings are cold so they can make more snow. lovely view from the east bay hills camera. areas of dense fog in the morning. sunny and mild in the afternoon. drizzle saturday morning. dry for halloween. morning temperatures in the 40's and 50's. watch out for the fog, give yourself extra time. your commute may take longer.
afternoon highs will be on the mild side. mid 70's for the warmest locations. concord, san jose. thunderosa. 69 in richmond. you are looking at 75 in fairfield. 65 in half moon bay. i want to show you the forecast for outside lands. friday, saturday, sunday. mid 60's, follow weather in golden gate park. a little on the gray and cooler side saturday and sunday. then it will be quite comfortable for the afternoon hours. for trick-or-treaters, dry skies. comfortable start. temperatures in the 50's, 60's. the sun goes down. it will get cool. it will be a beautiful evening with treats, no tricks. rain coming your way on monday. some sierra rain snow mix. another opportunity on wednesday. we will be watching it for you. rainfall projections for parts
of the bay area, from half to three quarters of an inch. accuweather 70 forecast, mild and sunny. cooler ending the work week and the weekend. quite the treat for halloween. level one system with wet weather. another opportunity for that on wednesday. you can put the umbrellas away, but have them close by. >> my halloween costume is now
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they will pursue the open project as well as the las vegas alternative. reaction from oaklands mayor. >> i consider that a positive response. it is no surprise to me that i fully expect the a's to continue to pursue a las vegas option. developing on california's waterfront should be a very complex process. we know that we have so much las vegas does not have. >> jimmy garoppolo will start sunday in chicago. homecoming game that might be his last as the 49ers starters. they have lost four in a row. trey lance was limited in practice. his knee did look fine. as for jimmy g., he grew up outside of chicago more than 100 family and friends at the game. jimmy on snapping the losing streak and the coach. discussing a potential change. >> you have lost, you can lose who you are as a team and a
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a second in-n-out burger in california that was shut down over a vaccine mandate has partially reopened. the restaurant in pleasant hill was repeatedly cited for refusing to check the vaccination status of its customers. they resumed drive-thru and takeout services but put a stop to indoor dining. it says it refuses to be the vaccination police for any government. a former hockey player who accused a coach is spe