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impacting students in one of the bay area's biggest school districts. the outcome of a meeting that got heated. >> stand up and stop these mandates. >> demonstrators rally in support of in-n-out. a doctor explains why checking for proof of vaccinations in restaurants is crucial in stopping the spread of covid-19. >> a live look at the white house this morning. president biden about to head out, but not before trying to take care of business in washington. the major breakthrough in an infrastructure deal that could be happening today. >> a motorhome flipped completely on its side. the events that led up to this crash overnight. >> a lot to get to on this thursday morning. it is october 28. you are watching abc seven mornings live on abc7. >> we will start with a check of our forecast. mike: jobina and i will be watching the fog this morning. it is 30 -- it is
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we are getting pretty thick around novato and out of you, two and half miles. not much movement. it is oozing around due to fairly light and variable winds. it will hang around for the better part of the morning commute and slowly lift. right now, 87 in san jose. pretty clear as you look northbound. let's talk about temperatures. we are in the low to mid-50's and we will hang out in the mid-50's through 7:00. mid 60's to near 70 by noon. mid 60's at the coast. mid-70's with sunshine. the sunniest and warmest afternoon. cooler weather is on the way. a couple of chances of rain, coming up. kumasi: the person under investigation for stealing a motorhome in san francisco and it up in the hospital after crashing in san ramon. police say it started around 8:00 last night when officers were following the stolen rv.
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the driver ended up running a red light and crashing into a car at all cost a boulevard. the driver suffered minor injuries. it is not clear how badly that suspect was hurt. the road was closed for the investigation overnight. police expected to release more information later this morning. jobina: we know parents have been wondering what will happen with california students who are not vaccinated. this morning, we have an answer from one of the biggest school districts. unvaccinated students in oakland will have to opt for independent study or leave the district altogether. amy hollyfield joins us now. amy: the vaccination rates among open students are low so this will impact a lot of students. this also brings out a lot of emotion from some parents. listen to this moment that happened at the meeting last night. >> we are going to recess the meeting. people need to wear their masks. >> put your mask back on. amy: a woman opposed to the
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vaccination mandate nearly forced the meeting to go into recess when she removed her mask. the board approved requiring students 12 and older to get at least one shot by january 1 to attend school in person. if they do not, students will have to make the switch to an independent study program or un-enrolled from the school district altogether. one board member says she does have her concerns. >> i guess we need an update soon about what that is going to mean for the 50% of black and brown students not vaccinated. amy: the school district says it will focus on outreach to try and convince families to vaccinate their kids. families will need to make a decision soon. shot or school, by january 1. amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. kumasi: pfizer says the u.s.
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government is buying 50 million additional doses of its covid-19 vaccine to vaccinate kids. the announcement coming as we wait for the approval phase when the cdc is expected to recommend the vaccine for five to 11-year-olds. that is expected next week. dr. fauci says it is important for children to get vaccinated even if the virus impacts them less severely than adults. dr. fauci: that does not mean that the kids are exam from serious illness because all you need to do is go to the pediatric hospitals or other country and you see particularly with the delta variant, which has a much greater chance of transmitting, that more kids are getting infected. kumasi: this comes as a new poll from the kaiser family foundation shows parents are cautious about getting their children vaccinated. 27% of parents say they would get them vaccinated right away when a child became eligible. 33% said they would wait and see how the shot works in others and two thirds say they are concerned about potential long-term side effects.
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jobina: people against vaccine mandates are rallying around in-n-out. some locations were fined for refusing to check for proof of vaccination. >> stand up and stop these mandates. jobina: one dozen demonstrators showed up to the san ramon location last night. they were speaking in favor of the chain that has previously said it is not the vaccination police. doctors say mandating restaurants to check for proof of vaccination makes a safer indoor environment. >> these mandates and this pandemic and its vaccine, it has become a giant excuse for the government to control more people's lives and encroach on more people's liberties. >> i have all my vaccines leading up to this. if i am not ok with putting this in my body, that should not be forced upon me. >> it is 20 times more risky. transmitting covid indoors compared to outdoors. jobina: tuesday, the pleasant hill in-n-out was close for multiple complaints of not checking for proof of vaccination.
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it has opened back up, but indoor dining there and in san ramon is still closed. kumasi: you may notice fewer buses on monday. sf mta is anticipating a shortage because of san francisco's vaccine mandate. they have been forced to suspend several lines. the deadline for some city workers to be fully vaccinated is november 1. the four lines that will be suspended are on your screen. this is currently no timeline on when services or these lines will be restored -- for these lines will be restored as s.f. mta is hiring new operators. if you have questions about the mandates, policies, or what is happening, you can ask our vaccine time -- vaccine team. go to abc7news.com/vaccine and click on the big blue box. jobina: there is a major development to get an infrastructure deal through congress. jobina is at the live desk. jobina: after months of negotiations comic this could be a major breakthrough for the
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president. sources tell abc news mr. biden will unveil a new framework that will give support of all democrats. the plan will be much less than what he wanted and what was promised on the campaign trail. major concessions had to be made to get everyone on board. tuition free community college will likely be dropped. the child tax credit may only be extended for one additional year. paid family leave and medical leave could also be dropped. it is a move to satisfy moderate democratic senator joe manchin whose vote democrats need in order to pass the bill. >> if we go down to zero paid family leave, that is not ok. that is unjust to the people. >> to expand social programs when you have trust funds that are not solvent, they are going insolvent, i cannot explain that. it does not make sense to me. jobina: mansion as opposed to a proposal to pay for the spending package, saying that taxing billionaires on assets like their stock market gains, is divisive. while there is uncertainty, we
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know extended healthcare programs, pre-k, and money to tackle climate change are still in the build an we are expecting to hear from the president later this morning after his meeting with democrats and later today, he is traveling overseas for a pair of international summits. >> thank you. we are tracking some developing news. you are looking at the aftermath after a tornado ripped through lake charles, louisiana leaving a trail of destruction. the national weather service said in a preliminary report that an ef2 tornado caused significant damage to dozens of homes when it touched down around midday yesterday. two people were injured. the tornado was a part of a line of severe weather that moved from texas across southern louisiana and into mississippi. san francisco's iconic fog has slowly been disappearing and it could be due to time and change. a professor tells the examiner there has been around a 33 percent reduction in fog frequency since the early 20th century.
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he says fog seasons are starting later and ending earlier. the number of foggy hours each day is also dropping. why is it happening? scientists think it could be due to warming waters in the pacific. mike: exactly. you do not have that temperature contrast between the warm air and the cold water. you do not get the fog to form and when it does form, it is not as thick so it goes away even faster. that is what we are seeing. that is why it is important to understand what the ocean is doing because it has a direct correlation on our weather patterns. let's take a look at temperatures. we are 60 in the marina. anyone else, 56 to 59 under clear conditions. you can see the patches of fog out there and the rest of us in the 50's. tracy, 60 degrees. san francisco will be in the 50's through 8:00. 61 at 10:00. mid and upper 60's from noon until 6:00. i would not be surprised if a few areas such around 70 between
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2:00 and 3:00 and that would be warmer than average. no fog looking north from the coliseum toward the maze. there is a 80 right below me. dense fog, that is your biggest issue whether it is on the roads are on the water. it is cool this morning. it will be warmer this afternoon. even with the warmer weather, we have good air quality. let's take a look at tomorrow and you can see we will wake up to a mixture of fog and high clouds and the clouds will increase as we had throughout the day. some showers are possible after a little bit of drizzle saturday. the best chance will be in the northbound until we had to saturday night and then a few may randomly walk across the rest of our neighborhood. as far as the wet weather, you can see a couple of hundreds of an inch of rain is possible. thatwhy we do not have a storm impact scale, but we do on future storms and i will show you those, coming up. let's get over to jobina and talk about the commute. jobina: i want to briefly mention on camera because this just happened in the last couple of minutes, severe traffic alert
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issued by the chp for villa roy and it will be on the westbound 152 past 156. heads up to anyone headed toward gilroy. it is a little bit out of our area. bringing it closer to home, a live picture of 680. traffic moving smoothly both directions. we do not have any major issues in the heart of the bay area on our major freeways so that is some good news this morning. a live look at oakland showing you are 880. those headlights are traveling south. this is one of our busier stretches. still not bad. the other spot is for our super commuters out of tracy. that drive time will be 33 minutes. antioch to concord on time with 14 minutes. 15 minutes on as well. julian: in mexican restaurant that closed last year is reopening. we will tell you where to find that beloved local staple. kumasi: the bay area bidding to be host of one of the biggest single sporting events in the
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kumasi: chp is investigating a shooting that left one person dead and shut down a freeway in the eastbound at the height of rush hour. it happened around 5:30 on west on interstate 580. it closed part of the freeway near high street. traffic heading toward san francisco was diverted onto highway 13. the victim was driving a white car that you see there. several people on i-5 80 called police to report two people shooting at each other. it is believed the gunfire came from someone with a semi automatic gun and side of the silver car. julian: the trial for elizabeth holmes will resume on tuesday. the water main break yesterday forced the federal courthouse in san jose to close. crews had to shut off water service in the area including the courthouse. before it was canceled, a representative for betsy devos was on the stand.
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she testified elizabeth holmes claimed her blood testing technology was used on military helicopters, even though it was not. the divorce family invested $100 million -- the devos family invested $100 million. kumasi: international soccer officials are set to tour levi's stadium in santa clara over the weekend. amanda del castillo explains that many feel it is the perfect site. amanda: soccer's most prestigious tournament could bring the most biggest soccer players -- and fans to levi's stadium. it is supposed to host the 2026 world cup. these are, airbnb, and others including the mayors of oakland, san francisco, and san jose. >> we have a great tradition of soccer in the bay area. going back to america or the
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world cup back in 1994, we have shown that we are a soccer crazed community. amanda: 22 cities across the two countries are being considered host cities. fifa will examine each stadiums capability to be a host of venue and whether the surrounding region is suitable. >> any time you are talking about an international event, you are talking about the kind of multiculturalism that we celebrate here in santa clara county. amanda: senator cortez says the world cup will bring the potential for the region to rebound from pandemic losses. we are told the world cup could bring more than $300 million to the bay area. >> trying to come out of this pandemic, it gets cash registers going. it is so needed right now. amanda: fans say it is an achievable goal, knowing the bay area has been the backdrop for many premier global events. >> we are silicon valley. we are present on the map. i think it would draw a crowd. >> it is an incredible opportunity.
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it is the equivalent of having a half double super bowl -- a half dozen super bowls in a month. amanda: a decision is expected earlier next year. amanda concilio -- amanda del castillo, abc7news. julian: a restaurant known for blue cheese butter is coming back. it is reportedly coming back, but not to its original location in lafayette. it is getting ready to reopen in walnut creek. it shut down his lafayette location in december after 73 years in business. the restaurant is moving into a space currently housing maria maria in walnut creek. they expect to reopen by the end of the year. kumasi: early snowfall means early openings for some ski resorts. now they are looking to hire. tahoe and mammoth mountain will begin their season tomorrow. with many people not returning to their pre-pandemic jobs, resorts are hoping that people looking for work will give them a shot. >> we are seeing a lot of those
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folks who may be they are not going back to their normal 9-to-5 or whatever that normal pre-pandemic job was, but they are looking to do something fun. kumasi: that looks like real work. i just want to sit in the hot tub and supervise somebody. [laughter] the resorts are looking to fill both indoor and outdoor jobs from ticket sellers to ski lift operators to hot tub testers. that is not a real job. julian: you are making it a job. [laughter] kumasi: [laughter] they are like, ma'am, you are fired. it is exciting that they are opening and hiring. this is cool. mike: it is very nice to see that. we are all excited. we have a couple more chances of snow next week with our chances of rain. here is a look from the
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eastbound hills at how clear it is for most of us this morning outside of that patchy fog. once it burns off, we will have the sunniest and warmest afternoon of the 7-day forecast. some isolated possible saturday. not a game changer. it will be dry sunday. chances of rain on monday. wednesday could be a game changer. let's talk about today. sunshine keeping up to a lifelock short -- thanks to a light offshore breeze. 72 to about 72 to about 77 degrees. tonight, some low clouds will start to creep near the coast. some fog will form once again. not quite as widespread as this morning because of the high clouds. it will keep our temperatures in the low to mid-50's. let's jump ahead to monday. we are hitting the clock and striking midnight, you can see some rain moving into the northern part of the state. as we had throughout the day, we have delayed the onset of this rain. it will move in during the latter parts of the morning
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hours and during the afternoon and evening across the rest of our neighborhoods. even a few lingering showers tuesday morning. tuesday afternoon through most of wednesday is pretty quiet. wednesday evening through thursday morning, another healthy storm. these are pretty warm. not a lot of snow except for in the peaks of the sierra. that is still good for our water. but it is not as good for skiing. as far as rainfall amounts, you can see anywhere from 1/10 of an inch to two thirds of an inch on monday. maybe even more than that as we head into wednesday and thursday. how about that? here is my 7-day forecast. hold onto the 70's today and tomorrow because even if it does not shower on you this weekend, it is going to be cooler in the 50's and 60's. the coolest they will be with the best chance of rain on monday. julian: thank you. students in oakland got a lesson in culture and history. they celebrated the day of the dead. students from new highland academy displayed their
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handcrafted offerings placed on an altar and they took part in a ceremonial walk. it is an opportunity for students to learn about the meaning of holiday diversity and their ancestors. >> there is a lot of speaking and listening that is involved beyond the writing and the reading and the art. the dance teacher did a dance with them so there are so many pieces that are involved in this project that made it a true collaboration. julian: they have the dead takes place on november 1 and second. it originated several thousand years ago with the aztec people who considered mourning the dead disrespectful. kumasi: pixar is out with a trailer for the upcoming film "lightyear." and it is not about the toy story toy, but about was lightyear the astronaut who apparently inspired the toy. chris evans takes over from tim allen as the voice of buzz. the film will be released in june and disney is a parent company of pixar and abc 7.
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coming up, the seven things to know this from morning. julian: the california flight to denver overnight. kumasi: and the struggle to get through to 911.
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kumasi: 5:23. here are seven things you need to know this morning. abc news has confirmed that president biden will announce new framework for his infrastructure deal. he expects all democrats to support the plan. julian: it is official, the oakland school board has voted to mandate vaccines for eligible students. kids 12 and older will need one shot by january 1 to attend school in person, otherwise students will have to enter them the independent study program. kumasi: a new timeline for getting kids ages five to 11 vaccinated. a cdc advisory panel has moved its meeting to tuesday, which means that shots could be going into arms by next wednesday. julian: the san jose water company has started sending notices urging residents to cut their water use by 15% or pay charges for going over the limit. a hearing on the changes is set for today. mike: let's take a look at today's temperatures and compare them to average and we are a little bit warmer from one to
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five degrees warmer with load upper 70's this afternoon. jobina: we do not have any problems on our roads, but further outside in gilroy, we have a major crash on westbound 152 past 160 -- 156. all lanes are blocked. kumasi: starbucks is raising wages. the company says by next summer, workers will make at least $15 an hour and up to $23 for an hour depending on location. julian: a shortage of 911 operators is causing a delay in police responses across the country. mona kosir-abdi has the struggles leading some emergency calls to ring and ring. >> i was absolutely terrified. >> one mom says earlier this month when her daughter was having a seizure, she could not get through to 911. >> i remember screaming, what do i do? i need them to talk me through what to do. mona: 911 officials say in addition to staffing shortages, the calls were not answered, "due to a large volume of calls
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received within a 15 minute period, which overloaded carl takers -- call takers." they called back the initial color within three minutes, but there was no answer. several calls were made finally connecting with a collar. mona kosir-abdi, abc news, new york. kumasi: chapo, says it has come up with toothpaste that will not ruin the taste of orange juice. they put this post on instagram that says, "toothpaste ruins oj." a limited-edition toothbrush -- toothpaste will be released in november. tropicana says fans can enter for a chance to win this by commenting on his instagram page. -- commenting on its instagram page. julian: is it orange juice flavored so it is not ruin the
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flavor of orange juice? kumasi: they said do not ask any questions, just follow us on instagram. julian: that is ok. coming up in 5:30, the airline offering a limited time deal. kumasi: the top executives of oil companies testifying on capitol hill today. the tough questions about climate change. climate change. julian: when you hear the word healthy, it always feels a little out of reach. that's 'cause the way we're thinking about it is all wrong. so we made a healthier song. for some folks it's like baby steps. maybe it's a jump or eating something green. or taking mom to get that vaccine. ♪ healthier means bringing stuff to the folks ♪ ♪ that really need it. ♪ ♪ like millie's meds straight to her door or care at home. ♪ ♪ believe it. ♪ ♪ sometimes it's healthier to laugh. ♪ ♪ other times it's healthier to cry. ♪ ♪ we'll work through it together. ♪ ♪ when it works for you, drop on by. ♪ ♪ 'cause healthier happens easy ♪ ♪ when you just give people access. ♪ ♪ for bob it meant admitting ♪ ♪ that he needed reading glasses. ♪
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she hooked me up. with a quarter moisturising cream, dove cleans effectively and cares beautifully. announcer: building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. julian: leading to water cuts and new fees for one million people for a chance to weigh in today. kumasi: governor newsom on a mission to encourage eligible californians to get their next covid shot. what we are learning about a possible fourth vaccine on the horizon. julian: flight flight assaulted on a plane heading to california.
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passengers describing what led up to the midair attack. kumasi: it is going to be a good day to get outside. mike is tracking two very nice days and also when the rain moves back in. but also, two very nice days. [laughter] mike: put the emphasis on that. i like it. thanks for being here. it is thursday, october 28. kumasi: let's check in with mike and hear more about those nice days. mike: we have a little bit of a challenge before we get to the nice afternoon as you can see behind me, a little bit of fog as we look south on 101 around san rafael. it is the north bay that has the greatest amount of fog, but there have been some reports in the south bay and on parts of the peninsula. it is not hitting any of our reporting stations. a quarter at napa to half a mile in santa rosa and that will be around the entire morning commute. temperatures running in the low to mainly mid-50's as we head toward 7:00.
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57 in san francisco. we have an offshore breeze and that means sunshine everywhere by the time we get to noon with the fog fading. temperatures in the mid and upper 60's this afternoon. we will have temperatures away from the coast in the 70's. load upper 70's. if you are heading out this evening, we are starting to see some low clouds develop along the coast. some high clouds in the north bay and we are falling back into the 60's. julian: despite the rain over the weekend, we are still dealing with a drought in the south bay. residents were told to cut back and now more than one million people are about to be hit with the toughest water restrictions in the state. amy hollyfield joining us live from the newsroom. today, the san jose water company holding a hearing about those new rules. amy: if you want to be heard, now is the time. this plan will require some changes at -- in san jose homes. the plan would require residents to cut water use by 15% from 2019 levels or pay surcharges
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that would add on $7.13 to your bill for every extra unit of water you use. a unit is 748 gallons. officials with the water company say reservoirs are at record low levels and they are taking this seriously. today's meeting is a webinar. it starts at 3:00 this afternoon. just what impact about one million customers and if it passes and is approved, it will go into effect soon in two weeks on november 15. you might have to start thinking about shorter showers in san jose very soon. amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. kumasi: happening today, exxon mobil and other giants will testify about the climate change disinformation. it will be the first time that executives of major fossil fuel companies will answer questions from congress about the role that their organizations may have played. the hearing follows reports that the fossil fuel industry has
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been involved in decade-long campaigns aimed at creating confusion about the cause of climate change and showing skepticism in the science. julian: the cdc says people who are immunocompromised may need to get a fourth shot of the covid vaccine according to an updated guideline on the cdc's website. back in august, the fda and the cdc authorized and recommended an additional third shot for immunocompromised patients who were vaccinated with two doses of moderna or pfizer. now some of those people will be eligible to receive a fourth shot. they say the fourth shot should have six months after the getting the third dose. kumasi: among those getting a booster, governor newsom. laura anthony was there for his visit to alameda county. >> alright, governor, this will not hurt a bit. >> governor newsom put himself front and center in the campaign to encourage californians to get their booster shot. >> we know the ticket out of this pandemic is getting these booster shots and getting the
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cited. >> newsom's first shot was johnson & johnson. now anyone who had the j&j is eligible for a booster two months later and the governor received moderna. [applause] >> first off, mixing and matching is something we do commonly in vaccines. laura: boosters are not available to those who had moderna or pfizer initially unless they are over age 65 or in certain categories. still, the vast majority of eligible californians over age 18 have received at least one dose. >> if you are one of the only roughly 10% of oak lenders who have not yet gotten at least one vaccination shot, please give your loved ones a boost. give your community a boost by getting vaccinated. laura: while the governor wanted to celebrate, high vaccination rates in places like oakland, he acknowledged there is work to be done when it comes to fulfilling his own vaccine mandate for
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state workers. according to the los angeles times, 67% of california workers are fully vaccinated. in deployment like calfire and chp, the number is lower. >> i like the progress we are making. i like being at almost 67%. i like the fact that some department are at 90%. we will work together and continue to show the way. laura: the governor did warn all californians to not let their guard down heading into the winter months, concerned that code rates could spike again like they did last year. in oakland, laura anthony, abc 7 news. kumasi: california's department of public health says it is ready to start vaccinating children as soon as the end of next week. >> thereabout three and half million children in this age group and this is our opportunity to offer vaccines to the 9% of our population. we will have more than 1.2 billion doses the first week they are approved. -- 1.2 million doses the first
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week they are approved. kumasi: it comes one day after the fda granted emergency use authorization to pfizer to offer its vaccine to ages five and 11. there are still hoops to jump through, but everything is on track to happen soon. the state is hoping to have most children vaccinated before the holidays. julian: in the north bay, parents say they are hopeful after learning vaccines for younger children are coming soon. many dropping off their kids at miller creek middle school outside of san rafael say they do not want to endure another holiday season like last year and getting children vaccinated is a path to happier holidays and more family time. >> it is time. the kids really need to be vaccinated. the holidays are coming up and we are -- we had to cancel some of our trips because they were getting vaccinated in time. the sooner we get it done, the better. julian: over and county has one of the highest vaccination rates
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in the country. almost 90% of residents ages 12 and older have had at least one shot. if you have questions about covid-19 i'm a vaccine mandates, policies or what is happening where you live, you can ask our vaccine team. just go to abc7news.com/vaccine and click on the blue box. kumasi: there are new revelations in the alec baldwin shooting. investigators say a live bullet was in the gun and this morning, we are learning more about the people who handled that weapon onset. jobina is at the live desk with the latest. jobina: new evidence is revealing potential safety violations on the set. authorities confirmed a colt 45 handed to baldwin was loaded with a live bullet before it went off, killing cinematographer halyna hutchins and entering the director. investigators say assistant director dave halls handed -- handled the weapon before baldwin. newly released documents show he admitted that he failed to fully check it.
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gutierrez told steve -- told detectives she checked the dummies and ensured they were not hot browns. -- hot rounds. when the crew went to lunch, the guns were secure and safe, but the ammo was not. the santa fe sheriff talked about the latest developments. >> the key focus during our investigation is how the live rounds ended up onset, who brought them to the set, and why they were on the set. that is the key question that investigators are focusing on right now. jobina: prosecutors say how the live rounds got into the gun will be a key factor in determining whether charges will be filed. involuntary manslaughter could be considered. experts say negligence charges are more likely. kumasi: thank you. coming up, the california flight that had to be diverted. we are hearing from passengers about the violence that broke out on board. >> i came across the street and i was like, hello. >> it got bigger and bigger and
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i said, oh my word. i might have said something else. julian: a bare scare. what happened to this lady. first, he looked at the forecast. mike: just out looking for some food. we are under the stars for most of us in our eastbound neighborhoods. san rafael is a cool spot at 50. several spots milder. brent word -- brentwood,,,,,,, pleasantville, martinez. you can see the fog getting really thick across the north bay. mid and upper 50's elsewhere with 59 in san francisco. oakland, 56. san jose at 56 degrees. for the eastbound come a 50's this morning. by 10:00 with the sunshine, 68 at noon. very comfortable for lunch outside. low to mid-70's from 1:00 all the way through 6:00. topping out around 74, which is
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average for this time of year. let's talk about outdoor activities. if you will be exercising, make sure you wear the sunscreen. you can still get burned this time of year. you will definitely need the sunglasses. if you are working at home, head outside and enjoy this wonderful weather while we have it. you can see the fog is on the move. look at the stars as we look for marked exploratory in camera -- as we look through our exploratory in camera. everything starts to taper as we head deeper into the weekend. as far as future radar, we are looking at high clouds tomorrow. then sunshine and high clouds again as we go into sunset. some scattered showers are possible especially in the afternoon and evening hours and early overnight hours. the best chance will be in the north bay. the rainfall amounts from that, because they are so light, we did not put a storm impact scale on there. i have a much better chance of rain than this, coming up. jobina: good morning.
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we are starting with a live look at emeryville looking at 80. headlights are traveling westbound. if you are heading out the door in the bay area, i have good news. no blocking issues. no slowdowns. the roadwork has picked up early. we are in great shape as we look at the san mateo bridge. i have the drive times for you. golden gate bridge will take you 6 minutes traveling southbound. westbound on the bay bridge, 9 minutes. no metering lights on. san mateo bridge will be 13 minutes westbound. the only issue we have is a big one, but it is in gilroy on westbound 152 path 156. we have some people that head that way. all lanes are currently blocked all lanes are currently blocked ♪ ♪ ♪
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got an amazing deal on this gourmet pepper mill at marshalls. its so fancy! ♪ when you hear the word healthy, it always feels a little out of reach. that's 'cause the way we're thinking about it is all wrong. so we made a healthier song. for some folks it's like baby steps. maybe it's a jump or eating something green. or taking mom to get that vaccine. ♪ healthier means bringing stuff to the folks ♪ ♪ that really need it. ♪ ♪ like millie's meds straight to her door or care at home. ♪ ♪ believe it. ♪ ♪ sometimes it's healthier to laugh. ♪ ♪ other times it's healthier to cry. ♪ ♪ we'll work through it together. ♪ ♪ when it works for you, drop on by. ♪ ♪ 'cause healthier happens easy ♪ ♪ when you just give people access. ♪ ♪ for bob it meant admitting ♪ ♪ that he needed reading glasses. ♪ ♪ healthier comes in all these ♪ ♪ different shapes and sizes. ♪
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♪ and ages and races and faces and eye-ses. ♪ ♪ and caring for them all means ♪ ♪ we're doing healthier right. ♪ ♪ so, let's do it all together people, ♪ ♪ 'cause this is what healthier looks like. ♪ kumasi: welcome back.
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this american airlines flight heading to orange county had to be diverted after a passenger assaulted a flight attendant. the flight took off from new york yesterday and made the emergency landing in denver. once it was on the ground, law enforcement of the passenger into custody. witnesses say the man who got violent was refusing to wear a mask. >> there was a doctor on the flight luckily. he said it was not broken, but she was bleeding. >> if you are not prepared to wear a mask, you are not prepared to fly. >> in terms of men hitting women, it is absurd and ridiculous. kumasi: in a statement, american airlines said that violence against our team members is not tolerated and the individual involved in the incident will not be allowed to travel with us in the future. julian: san francisco police have identified a man accused of stabbing a woman in the middle of the day. they say it started with a random attack. police say 27-year-old javon knighton pushed a senior citizen to the ground afternoon on
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tuesday. the woman saw it happen and thought it was a robbery so she sort of following him. when she confronted the man, police say she stabbed and kicked her before running off. >> two ladies were running with her out of the street and mom was running -- and 1 was running and saw there was a police car in front of walgreens. julian: witnesses helped police catch the suspect. officers are looking into hate crime elements. these senior citizen who was attacked as of asian descent. kumasi: steph curry made a surprise call to a man on oklahoma's death roll. -- death roll. he spent 19 years in prison for a murder he did not commit. this case got national attention after abc aired his story in 2018. curry and the warriors were in all, to play the thunder when he got jones on the phone. -- were in oklahoma the play
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thunder when he got jones on the phone. >> coming out of a basketball game and celebrating a win and you are like, what is it like in his shoes right now. it checks you a a a a gives you appreciation for blessings in your life, but also the work that needs to be done. just talking to him for five minutes, he was talking about basketball, talking about meeting up and hopefully when he is out. kumasi: jones was just granted a temporary stay of execution while judges consider a lawsuit over a sedative used in the legal injection process. julian: ucsf is hoping a major addition to its campus will help researchers uncover new clues to solve the most difficult to see -- difficult to treat diseases. it will be a hub for research and to bring disorders, neurological diseases, and other conditions. it was made possible by $180
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million gift. meanwhile, the family foundation. the company is hoping the work will ultimately lead to breakthroughs in treatment. >> we like to support the underdog. when you look at the progress of medicine over the last several decades, we have made tremendous progress in cardio, cancer, and many other diseases. but the brain is the most complicated part of the body. so far, while there has been progress, we have not had any real cures yet. julian: the center will feature new clinics for diagnosing and treating diseases such as multiple sclerosis, parkinson's, and alzheimer's kumasi: kumasi:. in the north bay, a mountain line is being set free after it was sedated and captured in sonoma county. the cat was found in the front yard of a home and they refused to move, even when patrol put
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the lights on and made noises. it is a healthy 10 month old and still may be under the care of his mother. the hope is that they will be reunited. i hope so. this bear is back in the woods after it was spotted roaming around a southern california neighborhood. one neighbor says her security camera caught images of the bear in the bushes and on her driveway. california wildlife experts say the bear was probably hungry. >> it is as simple as that. they are looking for their next meal. it is up to us to do every thing we can to reduce the number of reasons for a bear to enter our territory. kumasi: an elementary school was briefly placed on lockdown because a bear was spotted on that campus. that bear was caught, sedated, and taken back to the national forest. julian: i don't not like -- i do not like seeing the bear cuffed up like that. that was sad.
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my wife just got back from a family reunion in the carolinas and left some food in the back of the truck. you bet, they walked on site. there was a bear and they were like, nope. kumasi: exactly. julian: you have to be careful. mike: it is cute until late your food. we are looking at that fog. it is spreading slowly taking over our camera view from 101 looking south at san rafael. that will hang around the entire morning commute. thankfully, it is pretty patchy except up in the north bay. as we look to the south, it looks pretty clear. you can see all the way down to the san mateo bridge. today we will go from fog to sunshine. warm this afternoon. tonight, partly cloudy. some patchy fog tomorrow morning and a slight chance of a shower on sunday, but definitely going to be dry for halloween sunday. thwa rafael, santa
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rosa, lakeport, and livermore at 77. you can see the low clouds oozing into the bay and valleys and these fingerlike clouds, these will keep the fog from getting quite as widespread as it possibly could. we will jump ahead. sunday is over. we are trying to get our kids down from their sugar high. we head into midnight and monday morning, it is pretty quiet. there is a slight chance of some wet weather, some drizzle monday morning. by the afternoon hours, -- morning hours, it starts moving into the north bay. it moves through the neighbor -- the rest of our neighborhoods. tuesday, there could be showers in the morning and it starts to clear up in the afternoon. wednesday, increasing clouds. this storm comes during the overnight hours and into thursday morning. thursday morning and monday morning we have some real issues with the commute, especially thursday morning.
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marcel monday evening. the first round -- more so monday evening. the first round, and inch and a half. some healthy rain on the way next week. after today and tomorrow, we will be stuck in a cool pattern with temperatures below average in the mid and upper 50's, limited sunshine this weekend. our best chance of rain again monday and tuesday. julian: thank you. new at 6:00, an american institution raising fast food prices. mcdonald's sharing how much more you will be paying on the menu. kumasi: a boost in hourly pay. two chains that are offering at least $15 an hour. julian: your next uber could be fancier than usual. the deal that means no cars for drivers. kumasi:
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all denny's pancakes are made to order with fresh buttermilk. but this month's spotlight stack feels like fall. and is the pumpkin-iest pecan pie drizzliest and most gram-worthy of them all. new! pumpkin pecan pancakes. this month's spotlight stack. see you at dennys when you hear the word healthy, it always feels a little out of reach. that's 'cause the way we're thinking about it is all wrong. so we made a healthier song. for some folks it's like baby steps. maybe it's a jump or eating something green. or taking mom to get that vaccine. ♪ healthier means bringing stuff to the folks ♪ ♪ that really need it. ♪ ♪ like millie's meds straight to her door or care at home. ♪ ♪ believe it. ♪ ♪ sometimes it's healthier to laugh. ♪ ♪ other times it's healthier to cry. ♪ ♪ we'll work through it together. ♪ ♪ when it works for you, drop on by. ♪ ♪ 'cause healthier happens easy ♪ ♪ when you just give people access. ♪ ♪ for bob it meant admitting ♪ ♪ that he needed reading glasses. ♪
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♪ healthier comes in all these ♪ ♪ different shapes and sizes. ♪ ♪ and ages and races and faces and eye-ses. ♪ ♪ and caring for them all means ♪ ♪ we're doing healthier right. ♪ ♪ so, let's do it all together people, ♪ ♪ 'cause this is what healthier looks like. ♪
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julian: welcome back. starbucks workers are getting a pay raise. the company boosting minimum wage to $15 an hour. the pain will vary from $15 to $23 an hour baseball location and how long an employee has been that the company. the average worker will earn $17 an hour by the summer. costco is getting workers a raise. it is boosting the hourly wage to $17 an hour. costco has about 180,000 u.s. employees and 90% of them are hourly. the new pay bump is two dollars above amazon, target, and other stores. costco has one of the lowest turnover rates in the retail industry. kumasi: uber is joining the partnership between tesla and hearst. wilbur drivers will be able to rent tesla's they can use on the job in san francisco, los angeles, san diego, and washington, d.c. earlier this week, hertz announced they were purchasing 100,000 teslas.
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uber says this is a huge step toward reaching its zero emissions goal. jetblue is having a mega sale. get this, you can fly from san francisco to l.a. for $31. one way. this is part of a three-day sale with deals on routes. we have to buy the tickets by tomorrow. there are some date restrictions and we did check this morning, you are not allowed to bring a carry-on. you will have to pay to check a bag. you could also have a very large purse. [laughter] i'm just saying. julian: kumasi tip. mike: that is our world traveler giving us some of her hands. that is pretty cool. now if you could just get into disneyland, that would be the key. let's talk about tomorrow, partly sunny conditions. it will be breezy in the afternoon hours. not quite as warm as today. we will drop down into the 50's as we head into the evening
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hours. it will be dry the entire day. as for halloween, we are still looking at dry weather with trick-or-treaters heading out, pretty comfortable. 57 to 64. early in the 60's inland by 6:00. but then we are back into the mid and upper 50's. just a little chilly. running from house to house, mabel that -- maybe that will keep them warm. julian: new at 6:00, one of the biggest carbon contributors. the dairy farm that may have just figured out the key by sprinkling a little something inside of the hay. kumasi: a brand-new poll on the number of families planning to vaccinate their kids against covid once the shot gets the green light. plus -- >> if i'm not ok with putting this in my body, that should not be forced upon me. kumasi: the in-n-out mandate debate. it is so much more than just their french fries. the protest we are seeing at local chains.
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>> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. kumasi: top stories righttoriess 6:00, parents vaccines planned for their kids. the new kaisers survey showing sufficient efficacy in getting them the shot. >> people need to wear their mask -- >> please put your mask back on. julian: things getting testy at
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this school mask mandate meeting. laying out the consequences for students who refuse to get the shot. kumasi: plus, president biden's build back better talks happening as we speak. people camped out there, waiting for this crucial meeting with democrats, tracking the urgent deadline and the high-stakes breakthrough. we are hearing from them this morning. julian: we have a lot to get to as you wake up this morning on thursday, october 28. you're watching abc 7 live, from hulu live forever you stream. kumasi: and we are glad jobina b is back with us. jobina: yeah! mike: and we saw some pictures on her social media. bring that back. some of the warmest weather is this afternoon and tomorrow, but look at how thick the

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