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solutions, this is abc 7 news. >> everybody is frustrated. i don't blame them. >> no deal. kaiser employees are preparing to go on strike. how this is impacting patients in need of medication. a jogger becomes a hero after saving a pat from a fire. how a doorbell camera made it possible. good morning, everybody. you're watching abc 7 news on ab seven, hulu live. let's start with a click -- quick look at the weather. lisa: we have a lot of dense fog. it's working its way into the north and east bay. as we have our ridge of high pressure deflecting the storm to the north, we've got low clouds and that fog that will stick around through noon in some of our valleys of the north and east.
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we have a half mile visibilityit in san carlos. it's moving along to the coast. we are in the upper castro valley. up in albany, right at 50 degrees. we will be partly cloudy and above average. we are cooler in the next few days and we may be talking about some light rain in a few minutes. liz: representing its pharmacists will return to the bargaining table today. here's a breakdown of what has happened so far this weekend. yesterday, they reached an agreement to avert strikes in southern california, oregon, and why. the contract covers nearly 50,000 health care employees and 22 unions. they area pharmacists have no deal. this is impacting people trying
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to get there prescriptions filled. tim has more on the development. it >> with the clock running down before 3:00 monday morning, pharmacists say they are ready to go on strike if a deal isn't reached. >> we want a fair contract. >> the president of the guild for pharmacists, the group leading the negotiations. he said that while kaiser has said talks had been taken place, he hasn't heard from them in weeks. >> it's a boldfaced lie.faced li it >> the strike could impact patients all over the bay. at the pharmacy in oakland, he'll waited in line for hours to get his prescription filled. >> i got here about 2:30 p.m.. it was a couple of hours. click while the staff was working as fast as they could, they could not keep up with the demand.
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many members were getting the prescriptions they need for the next week now, in case the strike happens. >> everyone is frustrated. i don't blame them. what bothered me most of all, you have elderly people in line. >> the guild said patients are the top party. they said many members will work without pay through the strike in order to help meet the needs. >> we have always cared for the patients. we do everything we can for the patients. >> the next round of talks will take place sunday afternoon. kaiser has contingency plans in place in the mail delivery pharmacy will still be available. liz: also without a deal are engineers that went on strike september 18. they want better working conditions and higher pay. >> i've been an employee since
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1995. hopefully we can get this resolved. i still want to be a proud worker for kaiser. they've made myuswa tma sure wep that going. liz: the you knew that represents the engineers say things to been moving slowly, lately there has been some movement. this is the last day of business for two walgreens stores. the store on clement street and the store in hayes valley are closing for good starting tomorrow. all grains says prescriptions are being moved to other locations. rampant shoplifting has been cited for why the stores are closing. this year, we shot that viral video of a shoplifter clearing out shelves. another location on cesar chavez street will close wednesday. that will be the fifth to shut down this month.
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this morning, new video shows the moments of three old child was objected in sacramento, sparking an amber alert. some might find the video disturbing. you can see a man tussling with a woman over the child. the frightening moments were captured on a security camera. it happened on friday night. the man it rips the child out of her arms. the child was located in hayward yesterday morning. the child will be united with family. the suspect is accused of shooting to people and then taking the child. investigators believe he knew the victims and the child. the relationship is unclear. the shooting victims are expected to survive. turning to the pandemic, florida has a lower covid rate than california. that is according to data from the cdc. local health experts say we need
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to start looking at the data differently. ryan curry has more on what they want to see changed. >> the new case rate shows the difference between two ends of the country. california is still in the orange group. florida is in the moderate level. >> this comparison, it's it's completely not surprising. it has to do with who gets hit hard. it >> covid case rates fluctuated throughout the pandemic. he said each state saw surges at one point. >> we focus on infections. it's always going to look weird with spikes here and spikes there. >> what's interesting is both states react to different. florida did not implement restrictions. one reason why florida has a low rate is because a lot of the population already contracted
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the virus and is vaccinated. having a mixed population like that can lead to a certain level of immunity. >> there is no question that it's prevalent here. it's not the cases they had before. it's what happen since they got the vaccine. >> we need to change the way we look at the virus. vaccines are now available. the most important metric is hospitalization. that tells them how serious the pandemic is and how well vaccines are working. >> were not going to be able to eradicate pieces of the violent -- virus. what's important is to track what impacts public health and lives. liz: both doctors pointed out the overall impact covid helen california and florida in deaths, florida ranks eighth in total depths. that is 50 port percent higher than california. on the 27th annual anniversary,
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the san francisco police department held a memorial service to remember the fallen officer. officer was killed in the line of duty when he was shot by a carjacking suspect. he was the first to respond to the call. the officer was confronted by the suspect to open fire with a semi automatic rifle. >> he would he would he would than to be here with his fellow officers, working for the city. he loved being a police officer. >> the officer ser the officer r department for 10 years. he is survived by two children. we have an agreement for nearly 200 nations that took part in the u.n. climate summit.
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they reached a commitment to act fast on climate change. critics say it's not enough. >> the cop 26 climate a wrap. nearly 200 nations adopted the climate pact, keeping a key target alive, limiting warming to 1.5 degrees celsius. >> this is a fragile win. >> tensions rose as india proposed watering down language about the use of coal from phasing out to phasing down. >> >> they are responsible use of fossil fuels. >> don't kill this moment asking for more text, deleting this or that. >> the conference president
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apologize for the last-minute change. >> i understand the disappointment. as you have noted, it's also vital that we protect this package. >> the document lays out how the world will prevent the worst impacts of climate change. there is still a deep division. wealthier nations don't want to provide financial support to countries more vulnerable. >> they are responsible for 80% of global missions. >> there is so much more that still needs to be done. what we do have now is a viable >> climate activists aren't convinced. it >> it doesn't meet the moment. it keeps 1.5 rarely alive. >> greta thunberg criticize the
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conference on twitter. liz: let's check outside this morning. lisa: we have some pretty sunrise pictures. in the city, no fog yet. temperatures are around 50 degrees. there is a mix of clouds and sun. we are partly cloudy the second half the day. what about the week ahead? i have the answers. liz: safety concerns ahead of the verdict in the trial of kyle rittenhouse. the national guard is standing by. the most container ship set sail. it was once trapped in the suez canal. i'm 53, but in my mind i'm still 35. that's why i take oste bi-flex
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out over the city. you can see the flag blowing the wind. it's a chilly start to our morning. we will check in with lisa in a moment. remember that chide kendrick container ship that blocked the suez canal? it is officially back out at sea. the evergreen is on its way to shanghai after spending a month undergoing repairs. containers were already being loaded after it was declared seaworthy. it is one of the largest container ships in the world. after shanghai, it heads to malaysia and europe on its first cargo voyage after the repairs. former trump to authorities tomorrow. he faces fines and prison time,
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define the house committee investigating the capital attack. a federal grand jury indicted him for contempt of congress. >> he is facing federal charges for contempt of congress after define a congressional subpoena. once a top adviser to president trump, he faces one charge for failing to testify and another for refusing to hand over documents. >> no one in this country, the matter how wealthy or powerful, it's above the law. it >> he's a central figure into the investigation. they pointed to his own words the day before the attack. >> all hell is going to break loose tomorrow. you have made this happen. it >> he has refused to cooperate at the behest of
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president trump. the justice department in its announcement made specific reference to bannon being a private citizen since leaving the white house. there was no reason he should be eligible to ignore congress. the committee said this should be a warning, no one is above the law. we will not hesitate to use the tools at our disposal to get the information we need. dan is not the only one define it congress. the committee says it is also considering holding former chief of staff mark meadows in contempt of congress after he failed to show up to testify friday. his lawyer said he would not participate until questions around executive privilege were answered in court. bannon is expected to surrender to law enforcement and have his first court appearance monday. if found guilty, he could face to years in prison. liz: the wisconsin governor has
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placed 500 troops they been activated to ensure public safety as the country waits for a decision in the trial. rittenhouse faces a life sentence after shooting two men and wounding a third. some community members believe protests will remain peaceful. >> we've done a really good job over the past year of maintaining the peace here. liz:liz:liz:liz:liz:liz:liz:liz: trial are expected tomorrow. >> oh my god. liz: some very wild weather back east, strong wind and rain caused one driver to panic while she was stopped at a red light
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in new york. another long island resident shot video of a cloud formation off the south shore. people of new jersey caught a glimpse of the ominous clouds. this was taken south in ocean grove. the national weather service had a warning for parts of new york and new jersey. it seems like it showed up with no warning for people living there. lisa: it's fun to have all of these cameras now. people get their own video. you have to be on your guard when you get a warm air mass. that triggers those thunderstorms. for the bay area, we are dealing with that phenomenon. we have that to move into the eastern valleys. storm track to the north is taking all the rain into the pacific northwest. it's going to sag to the south a
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little bit. we are not going to get lucky with rain then. it's not looking like a big deal. we haven't put on on our impact scale yet. you will notice we do have the gray over the east bay. you can see the city in the distance and the low cloud deck. if you are driving, take your time. it can be right in front of you in no time and allow for poor visibility. it is 51 in oakland. half moon bay, 53 degrees. it was 76 yesterday at the beach. you might want to hang out there. more clouds are entering the bay area today. it is 51 in napa. it is 52 in concord.
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just over a mile. vacaville is under a mile. it's going to take 11:00, maybe noon time for some of these inland valleys to break out into sunshine. we are still looking above normal readings. those light winds out of the east and upper elevations, we are looking at san jose. it was fog yesterday. the dense fog advisory until noon. we had some on the peninsula looking at partly cloudy skies this afternoon. you will notice as the clouds thinned out a little bit, more cloud cover brings the temperature down. that system that will miss us to the north moves out. we are back into a cooler day on tuesday. the next chance of rain comes in on thursday. it's just a slight chance.
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we could get wet down through the golden gate look for 74 in fremont. despite the fog and some of the high clouds, numbers today between five and seven degrees above where we should be. morning fog, clouds increase. we may have a shower north of the golden gate on thursday. we will get into some breezy wind. temperatures are on the cool side next week. it's pretty foggy in spots. liz: the county of santa clara and city of san jose allocated funding for food pantries to keep up with the unprecedented need during the pandemic. the funding is set to stop at the end of year. as we explain it, the pantr it,e worried the lock funding could cause food struggles to get
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worse. it >> as a volunteer at a food pantry, it pays off to have fast hands. that's because there's no time to lose. it >> what we saw at the start of the pandemic is a problem that was already significant. it's magnified threefold. >> they provided more than thann meals throughout the pandemic. they normally operate on private funding. the city provided $1 provided $p american rescue fund money to help with the burden. that funding will expire in 2022. >> we don't want to start deciding who we can't serve and who we can. it >> the need is very dire. that's what's really amazing. >> as this map indicates, the issue is widespread. yellow shows areas with low food access.
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nearly 80 areas important aspect of the food pantries. >> the pandemic may be winding down. our numbers are not decreasing. they continue to go up. >> is much as we wish our services were not needed and people didn't need help with food, they do. until things change to pull the plug and abandon them and leave them without food resources, it's just a frightening and horrible thought. >> the city council will discuss extending the grant contract. liz: come of goods and inflation. director of the economic council will talk about the rising costs of goods and inflation. you can watch the interview on
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this week at 8:00 this morning right here on abc 7. >> gets a special person that will go into a burning house to save animals. liz: the hero jumps into to save a beloved pet from a burning home.
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just ask your asthma specialist about dupixent. morning america. it >> coming up, covid cases on the rise in some parts of the country as officials brace for a winter surge. aaron rodgers cleared to return to the field following his diagnosis and those vaccine comments. queen elizabeth scheduled to make her first public appearance since her hospital stay last
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month, missing or berman sunday service due to a sprained back. live in antarctica, more on the expedition to get in touch with local wildlife and witness the impact of climate change. liz: family is on the lookout for the humble hero who saved the lives of their pets and home from burning to the ground. maybe you will recognize him. thatthatthatthatthatthatthatthat doorbell. her house was on fire. fire. she wasn't home. remotely, she was able to open the door to rescue their dogs. the fire department was called and they managed to contain the blaze to the garage. she never got it chance to thank the jogger. >> i want to buy him dinner.
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i want to just thank him so much for how thankful we are. my kids, myself, we would be dense if stated if we lost our pets. liz: the jogger took off before she arrived home. this is the first time they've heard of a ring camera being used to alert homeowners and 911 of a fire. still to come, health officials are pushing adults to receive their booster shots. it appears some vaccine sites didn't get the memo. the strategy of one school to fight the teacher shortage. how they empower and their staff and students at the sa
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looked at the weather. look how beautiful and blue the water looks. lisa: it looks nice. there is fog in san francisco. it is finally moving in. it's making for some very pretty pictures. you can see the city. it we are looking at temperatures from the mid-50's in the city. we have a closer view of some of that fog in san francisco. it is still going to be above average. this is a look at the visibility and miles. livermore is looking at visibility. it's just over one mile in nevada. we are looking at a mix of sun and clouds. we will have partly cloudy skies. we have numbers from the upper 60's to the mid-70's. liz:
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was injured after being involved in a crash with another vehicle. this happened after 6:40 yesterday afternoon. the officer was transported to the hospital with non- life-threatening injuries. a passenger took themselves to the emergency room with complaints of pain. the crash is under investigation. clinics in the bay area are busy, many giving booster shots. if officials are encouraging any adult who wants a booster to get one. it seems there is still some confusion. we have that story. >> getting the booster is for br our health. it's a good thing. >> she just got her booster shot at this vaccination clinic along with her mom and husband. this family is looking ahead it
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to the holidays. >> you want to be with family. it's a good thing. it's something we all need to do. >> kids are now eligible to roll up their sleeves. his son was getting his first shot. >> we are going to travel for the holidays. i'm feeling much more comfortable with the booster. >> surge has health officials concerned. >> it's important now is we start seeing more cases. in the past two weeks, we've seen increasing numbers of cases. if the winter surge is going to happen, it has begun. >> they are urging anyone who wants a booster to get one. >> if you think you will benefit, i encourage you to get this. the supply is available. >> we found some booking portals have not caught up with a
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messaging. they are asking if you meet certain criteria. >> anyone who has at least beenn six months after their vaccine should seek a booster. it's important that as we see more cases. at the chinatown ymca. it's an effort to get more younu children the shot. the community has not gotten fully on board with vaccinations. >> a lot of families want their kids to be safe. they want a little bit more of a push in. they want to be able to say this is safe. if they hear that message more, people will get the vaccine for the kids. liz: the turnout was not as high
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as they hoped for. nearly one how to 50,000 children in the state received their first dose since last week. that's 4.2% of all children in that age range. europe is facing alarming surge covid infections. countries are implementing new lockdowns and calling in the military. the dutch prime minister has ordered a partial locked down in the netherlands. restaurants and bars are being asked to close early. case counts are rising in germany, france, eastern europe. her first scheduled public appearance after her hospital stay last month. buckingham palace said the monarch sprained her back and had to miss services in london. others attended the services.
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last week, the palace said the queen was well enough to resume her schedule of public events. doctors had urged her to rest until mid-november. education is a key part of building a better bay area. one of the biggest challenges facing school districts across the bay area is hiring new teachers. david shows us how this particular school has escaped the shortage. >> the students are fortunate. there is no teacher shortage here. she is one of nine at the school rotated through teach for america. it looks for college grads who may not have planned to be classroom teachers. >> even if you're not going to do it for the rest of your life. she is in the second year of teaching sixth grade english. her passion was to focus on
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educational reform. >> a lot of the change starts in the classroom. it starts with the districts. then we can do a bigger scale. >> teach for america has been working with school districts. teacher vacancies are also a challenge. it provides support in the form of a coach who monitors their success. he was a classroom recruit. >> having educators of color allows for students to broaden classrooms. >> after after after after stay on after their commitment. she expects to stay on. she feeds on the energy of her students. >> i think having someone that tells them they are the future,
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that they are creating change for us, that is something most of these kids need. >> you know it's a win-win situation all around. lilililililililili this is how to keep that from happening to you. here is a live look outside from our camera. it's just foggy out there this morning. we will check in on when the fog people everywhere living with type 2 diabetes are waking up to what's possible with rybelsus®.
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of every 100 purchase from amazon. what can you do to ensure your return goes smoothly. michael went to the source. >> you might call matt a frequent shopper. he has enough stuff to last a lifetime. >> this point. >> matt bought a pair of earbuds. he said they did not fit his ear quite right. he returned them along withith other items he purchased. amazon except of the items, declined to >> i felt like i did something wrong. it was confusing. >> matt appealed the decision. he did not know what he failed
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to send back. the goal is to make shopping from start to finish pleasant for everyone. >> that includes the return process. that can be a headache sometimes. >> the easiest way to return an item is to use the box free label free option. >> on the app, you get a code.e. it matches the item. you can make to return at one of the locations. >> the employee will verify everything is right. >> if it's multiple pieces, it's all there. then you justly. >> matt had ups pick up the return because he found the drop off location to be inconvenient. when amazon denied his appeal, he felt at a loss until he turned to 7 on your side.
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we reached out to amazon. >> i'm proud of you guys for helping us out. liz: that was michael finney reporting. you can return gifts the same way. it's time to get shopping. lisa: below it, that is an inversion. we have lots of low cloud cover. fog is drifting in from the east bay. we will talk about the dense fog advisory on your november like weather. we maybe have some showers next. >> the cardinal with another tough loss as oregon makes big plays.
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flag blowing in the wind. it's a chilly november morning. quarterback aaron rodgers is expected to play today. he finished his quarantine for covid. he touched off a controversy after it was revealed he was not vaccinated. he tested positive and missed the game against the kansas city chiefs. he said he is allergic to an ingredient in the vaccines. the packers were fined $300,000 for violating protocols. rogers was hit with a fine of $14,000. the warriors are back in action. they start a four-game road trip in charlotte. tipoff is at 4:00. stanford hope to rebound from the huge loss. chris alvarez has the highlights. chris: stanford was looking to
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pounce back from the loss the utah. fire up the barbecue. that looks good. stanford with their fourth starting quarterback of the year. watch out. this was easy for him. the beavers lead 14-0 at the break. they open with the ball in the third. mullen gets it out of his hands quick. bradford breaks a tackle. how about 67 yards to the house. 21 nothing, beavers. the cardinals finally get on the board. he finds paydirt. stanford is down 14. a bad pitch to austin jones. stanford falls, 35-14.
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the struggles into new. they will host a big game week. >> we can play much better. we are going out to try to win these football games. our focus shifts to the big game. call-up didn't play this week. we get some guys back off injury, we will play it one hell of a game next weekend. >> working his 500 spartan game. san jose state is one win away from bowl eligibility. this is the first interception. the spartans were in the lead. the strip sack, watch out. this makes it 14-0, spartans.
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the aggies go on 848-3 run. the spartans afteafteafteafte the past couple weeks, the sharks are back at full strength in colorado. sharks score first. this is a really tough angle. it's all downhill from there after a bad change. a shorthanded breakaway. that made it 4-1. the avalanche winds at 6-2. that is your look at sports. liz: i can't get over how pretty it is. i wish i was on about this morning. lisa: it does look nice. some of that fog is drifting
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into san francisco. we do have a dense fog advisory. you can see it right there impacting our east bay. the storm track continues to ride to the north. there is a look at the cloud cover. as we look at our live cameras, you can see that fog. it is 51 in oakland. we are looking at 466666666 the interior valleys. yesterday, livermore turned out to be 74. depending on how long the fog sits, your afternoon highs will be impacted. today, we added in some high clouds. you can see that quarter-mile
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visibility from livermore. even around the san carlos airport, they are getting into some patchy fog. as we see those lighter winds, that is what is helping that fog drift our way. the golden gate bridge is not too bad it. we are looking at partly cloudy skies and mild conditions. temperatures are feeling more like they should for november. in the afternoon, you will notice we do thin out that cloud cover for some sun. we have thicker clouds for monday. we will have a few degrees cooler. we get cooler air and that is going to set the stage for a cooler week. another system on thursday, flirting with the bay area.
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we will see how that plays out. it's nice to have these rain chances. it looks like the wind will shift offshore. it was 75 in redwood city yesterday. we had a few more high clouds. pacifica is in the upper 60's. northbay numbers from the low to mid 70's. we may not be reaching those numbers. bay, highs will be around 72 in walnut creek. we've got a few more clouds, with increasing chances, it's cooler with that slight chance
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to $35 million. roller skaters can enjoy an outdoor rink set up in the dogpatch neighborhood. this is the first time t the fir has been opened in more than years. it is currently being restored it to future restaurants, retail spaces, and homes. >> skating is inclusive. it takes you away from all of the problems of the world and put you in a happy place. i love it. liz: the skating rink opens today at noon. well watchers were delighted when they were greeted by a huge pod of killer whales. these show some of the amazing sites.
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see as killer whales are pr anday a lateaugustou octobe't seasick when you go whale watching. we have a dense fog advisory north through noon. you can see livermore is shrouded in fog. concord has one mile visibility. the afternoon features partly cloudy conditions. looking at the slight cooldown monday, maybe a few northbay showers. liz: i might get seasick well. thanks for joining us. abc 7 we hope to see you then. gma is next. have a great day.
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good morning, america. wild weather weekend. the northeast battered by severe good morning, america. wild weather weekend. the northeast battered by severe storms. >> oh my god. >> high winds ripping off roofs, and downing trees. hail battering towns as the west is caught up in another atmospheric river. major flash flooding expected along with high winds and up to a foot of snow in the mountains. our weather team has the latest. breaking news. queen elizabeth cancels what was supposed to be her first appearance since her hospital stay. the latest on her health and a statement from buckingham palace. our report from london this morning. case count rising. health officials sounding the alarm about a possible winter surge and what could be to blame. fr w

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