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strict. >> becau osef the court order, we are best to -- back to met-ribased. >> thediy d notol flow policy thateq ruires th temo conduct publ miceetings regdiarnghe t acontis a pndrovide proper information wh ient came to discussion regarngdi academic admiiossns. >> we areir ted of reivceing agdaens on a suratday nighfot r a moaynd meeting. we are tiredf o not receiving oper note.ic >>he t judgeid d not ord terhem read days --ei rnstate the merit-bad seadmissio pnsolicy, they opednehe t door forhe tmo t nofow llow thero bwn act. >> properly- -av he a propeyrl entered eyes toub plic meeting at mightav he them take the same actioagn ain. >>he t disictrt said t shechool board will need to review the court's decision in thnee xt few days.
we will have more informati oonn eth impt acof the disecion in that time. they havvoe ted to changtoe the lotteryas be systemo tnc irease versity,it cing pervavesi systemic risacm. in recent aryes, riafcan-ameranic studentmas de up 2% of the student body and iaasn stenudts in the majority. e thrmfoer presintde ofhe t lacl stenudt union latowell. >> iist noticeae,bl but versity dan the higher mbnuers of black and legend -- latinx studen.ts >> the cirha of eth naacp. it is not priva,te iist a public high hoscol for all udstents whoes ride in san francisccio ty andou cnty. lyanne: e thschool brdoa wlil vireew the crtou decisioinn the next 30 daysut b the queiostn is how quicklyan c they getht is matter prorlpey resolv.ed
there are threeoa brd members faci ang recall ectleion in februa,ry soot n too muctih me. is anyo'n's gssue what the final outcome wlil be with regard to the admissnsio policy. leah melenzde -- lyanne meleeznd, abc ne7 ws. n:dan aissue unrdeeb date at ywhaard schos olcould be assign fedor the sveury area. dozens or hundredras lliedn i presott of pla tnso shut dnow several mpcauses in eth hayward vide schl oodistrict. the hoscol board met last nitgh and eithr propos oalf which schools to closeas h changed. tim johns expinlas with things that n.ow tim: aerft a four d ana half hour meeting oe nca night, the school boardot ved to close both boanwmnd a strawbrgeid elemenryta schlsoo. >> none of us got in ttohis to cle osdown schlsoo. iits the oosppite of atwh we nt to do.
tim:he t closures come amid years of e thcunning mofoment acrosshe t strict. a spokespern sofor the district sayshe ty have lost 25of% their studentsin sce the00 24 2005 academicea yr. these are iuesss knock on the way willmp iact us. >> the impact has met a bgeudt shortfall. nemoy this will srdiupt doesot n veha. >> the funngdi formeres bt forma ulwe have cinaliforniisa that the district receiveson mey depeinndg on howny a students are roenlled. with declini engnrollmentur o incomels ao declin.es m:ti mix fedeelings among pantres and stenudts. s son attends the elementary schoolnd a while he understdsan thdee cision h weorries autbo thime pact itil wl have ohin s ilchd. >> use a different faculty and staff, it will be tough. tim: this decision is partf o a
prapoach thawit ll alsoxa emine other schoo hlsave to oscle vimong forwa.rd cha oice theoa brdil wtrl y to oid whenever posblsie and takewin th commutyni input. >> being able to slow downhe t proceswes could he avdeeper conversaonti with all stakeholde trso maksue re that we are tlyru hearingro fm the community. tim: tim jnsoh, abc 7 ns.ew ama: the sysmte ranks storimm pact scale. canee s a lot -- yocau n see a lot of cudlos. spceenr cishrtian is actrking e storm. ishi ts rain wideseaprd? enspcer: not yet and i don't exctpe it to bthe at way. there is an intensy itnkraing of e,on producing lhtig showersnd a drzlize. he ires the focarest anitimaon. starting at 7:0th0 is eveni,ng weil wl see clouds ntcoaining
moistureve or the noh rtbay but don'ext pect anyai rn to art hitngti uilnt midnight. between ghnit and 5:00 a.m. we llwi see widpresead scattered showser moving down,he t golden ga tteo the et asbay. but not wispderead at l aland it llwi start wdiinng down bthy e rnmoing tomoowrr. i will be back tsho ow you the estimated full talots and the foreca istn a few numites. n: bktacracking for papeorrwk. sodsun boring,ut b millions of californiansre a being told they may haveo tpay ckba their unemoyplment benefits as a surelt. chael fieynn is is asking ywh w.no >> the thi wnge are seeingee sig givingmp eloyees me orchoice. ama: more chceoi at workas h bemeco valuablate the panmidec. bemeco valuablate the panmidec. what a difference that
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company -- they sueyrved about 500om cpanies aoscrs the u.s. to nd out h bowusinessears e imprinovg work ctuulre sincehe t paemndic. sthaepnie sier iras hereit wh the report. sthaepnie: experts say it is an employ meearket. its igiving elompyees choice,e, ttpuing presresu on employe trso mpcoete for thees bt peopley b ofrife pngerks. for both, untilea hlth resources ist athe top tofhe wrist- - most, ment halealth resouesrc is at the top of the list. >> we t leour lease though. >>he s works for a rk isand complian pcelatform company that went reme otearly in the pandem.ic shpae ckeder h bags and tradde herit cy views for lake le.if >> did youve er think atth would pphaen? not even a ltlite. >> work from home is conniveent
but mecos with cllhaenges. >> people a sretruggling with how ido show ufop r work and deal with gisoing on, whether they wereir dectly imctpaed or indirect.ly >>he s works for aof stware develiry managementom cpany oking at ainddg mental heahlt ograms to elompyees with access to therapy alo wngith time o.ff >> thr weeeeks iths e bare minimum. t buif you wt anto te akfive, takeiv fe. >> a trend snee with companies roacss the u.,.s especiayll cafolirnia. >> the pandec mishiftedow h they approach supportg intheir employeewes ll-being. >> the vicpre esident of well-being with sequoia nsultingro gup. they survedyero gups in california and found many added des ckplan to add mtaenl health resourcetos supportmp eloyee
well-bei.ng % 50added plans to add stindpes and inpot dutch parealnt support in t fheorm of flexleib work arraemngents. >>he t most surprinisg thi ings giving elompyees morche oice en it cos metohe t programs they havave ailable. stephanie: take this roct kemany ctoring mpcoany. how ha yveou expanddehi cldcare resoceurs? >> we have add aed benefit called uanrb sitrte that allows alofl our empyeloes to apypl for pet stiitng, eldearrce or chdcilare. ephanie:he t sury vefound it is and unmmcoon perk. lyon 18% add dutchla pn to these suidbsies for repants of school-age children, 36% plan to add tapeinff o, 54% plnianng to add lexil cawork arrgeanments.
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going btoe like goingor fward. thanks. n casee all of our reporngti this week, sharehe tm with yrou frndies by going to c7abnews.com. a:am ahot me covid test could be a great w tayo ensure we are lal hethaly but th aeyre getting hardo tfind. at thevs c, a signas w up saying covides tts sold t.ou it dependshe wre you go. >> imagine this, familsie back togeerth aga einnjoying a thangiksving meal. you ask uncle mkar to sspa the turkey and a jndulieo tpass the covid test. >> when we gont io the hodaliys, gathering together, ensu wree ardoe ingdog stteing to checkhe t normal people. >> at home --
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ama: a lite tlrain is better an ne.on dan: weil wl teak it. spencer: a live vw iefrom the ldgoen geat brie,dg the pavement do nesot appea wret and ware e not ttgeing anyep rorts yet. tempaterures are 57, upper 50's in san jose, 54 santa rosa. the view from our rooftop camera shows some clouds in the sky but no rain falling right here right now. spotty showers will develop tonight and continue touhrgh
tomorrow morning. we expect dry and warm overhe t weendke and s alight chancef oshowers. ghlit shower asnd drizz drizz di expect oedvernight i,t will be bree azyt times. forest animation serving at 7:00 p.m.. we expect some rain to start hitting the ground in the north bay before midnight, before the morning commute we will see some showers pushing southward and eastward. some parts of the area make it some wet weather but not widespread. there may be spots not a major event. our rainfall estimates are under a six hundredths of an inch.nch. about 3/10 of an inch at ukiah. highs tomorrow m m m m m m m m
and mid 60's inland. here is the seven-day forecast of the weekend. sunny and mild there over the weekend, clouds will increase tuesday with a slight chance of showers and a pleasant day for thanksgiving. a partial eclipse tonight. almost total as the partial eclipse begins at 11:20 here, h, 97% coverage of the moon by the earth's shadow and it will be over by after 2:00 a.m. dan: santa can store his presence at the north pole but santas in the bay area don't have that. you could be part of the solution. >> edd tells workers to prove you
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government stopped providing special unemployment benefits to gig workers, independent contractors and the self-employed. those benefits were meant to give a lifeline to those who lost income because of the pandemic but did not qualify for traditional unemployment. ama: the benefits began almost two years ago but now the edd are requiring workers to prove they were eligible or they have to pay them back. michael finney is here with the latest upset. michael: this is coming as a shot dutch shock as folks are getting back on their feet as the holidays approach. nearly one million californians are receiving these notices. edd saying it is a federal rul l they must prove they were self-employed or pay back the money. they could get hit with a 30% penalty. >> whether you are in the gig economy, an independent contractor, everybody who is now
out of work is eligible for unemployment. michael: pandemic relief are all as covid-19 swept the nation, shutting down the economy and throwing millions out of work. the government would pay benefits even to the self-employed. >> it was really tough for us to survive, pay rent, pay bills. >> that money helped all of us stay afloat. >> it was great to have the government help us out. >> heather mendoza is a hairstylist in san jose. both had to stop working in the pandemic and receive unemployment. now they are requiring them to prove they deserved it, sending each of them this startling text message. >> it was really intimidating, like what do i have to do now? >> it is a pull and tug,
giving me money for now you don't think i deserve it. >> the text reads edd alert, al, provide documents or risk losing benefits. einstein thought it was a fishing -- phishing scam. thousands more of this email reading if you do not provide the required documents you may have to repay benefits and we will add a 30% penalty if you intentionally give false information. >> i don't know why a year later you're asking for this information. >> is nerve-racking to sit on pins and needles wondering if you will have to pay back. >> they gave him an appointment benefits to nearly 3 million californians. but only one million signed their claims under penalty of perjury or lack of documents.
last december, congress extended pandemic benefits but required proof of eligibility to stop rampant fraud, skimmers advocating stories to collect benefits. -- scammers fabrica f to collect benefits. >> we provided that information already. >> it sucks for us. >> it makes the feeling we are being lied to. >> folks are asking why they did not require everyone to provide documents first, instead of giving out money and asking for proof later. edd said they wanted to get payments out faster. i have posted a link on information on what documents you need to prove you are eligible. get all that information at abc7news.com. dan: that is nerve-racking. ama: in kenosha,
third day of deliberation in the kyle rittenhouse trial. he is charged with killing two people in the protest last year. he says he fired in salt defense after the men attacked him. today there were new warnings from the county sheriff to remain peaceful. >> don't be part of the circus. don't add to the animals in the act. just watch on tv and see what happens and let what we are trying to do. most of the people here are being respectful. ama: the sheriff headed out coffee and cookies to people who gathered. in georgia, three white men accused of chasing down and killing ahmaud arbery. travis mcmichael who fired the shots admitted that the dumb
posed no physical or verbal -- the victim posed no physical or verbal threat. >> he did not pull out a gun, a knife. >> no. >> he just ran. >> he was just running. >> mcmichael, his father and a neighbor said they were trying to make a citizens arrest. dan: a report was a prank. his -- a teen boyfriend and his friends pretended to kidnap girlfriend. the girl returned to her home this morning. police don't plan to pursue charges. ama: it is dangerous, risky and thousands attempt every year. only abc 7 news takes you into the jungle of guatemala to
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dan: their goal is to understand why so many people make a dangerous journey and how to solve the crisis. lyanne melendez has a story you will see only on seven. lyanne: these are the western highlands of guatemala, a place with lush mountains and for dial soil. an area dutch for dial -- fertile soil. it has the highest migration rates from guatemala to the united states. is dangerous, so people risk it? a team from roots of peace, a humanitarian organization based in san rafael, traveled there to look for answers. >> we traveled to the highlands and did assessments to find out
that 45% of the migration comes from this area. the root cause of the migration to the u.s. borders is that there are no jobs. for young people. they make very little pay. lyanne: one area they visited. othe roots of peace founder met with them to look for ways to bring them earnings. it is a model that they have used in other countries. the organization was founded in 1997 by her and her husband. they raise money in northern california's wine country so that they could help remove landmines and transform fields into vineyards around the world. >> aerft we removed the minds, we realidze that was onlhay lf the problem. we ndeeed to train the farmers how to grow the grapes.
it was w aay to heal wounds of war, heal the earth a bndecame a siness model for peace. lyanne: anpp aroach th aeyre trying igun atema.al her son tucker moved to atguemala the reyears ago and created an actnio plan to reduce povey rtin the rioegn, with the ultitema gloao tdiminish migration. >> we havese ud th misodel in afghanisn taand vieamtn, we ansformedhe tir inceomoi gng omfr low value crops to high-value cpsro, connecngti them to supply aichns of get emth in markset and taking tradersnc ientivizetod pay better. these areys stems we devepelod andt ihas shown an impact. anne: theary eee sking $50 million inid a tempemerant its progm rain t rheegion. itou wlden befit 100,000ar fmers and workers. >> peoe plthey are -- wharo e
leavgin areot n theeo pple with steady jobs. eyth are the young men who are stuck with nopp oortunities. th aeyre basically ford ceto go rth. this will crteea jobs for the rmers, jsob whiitn their counmmities ase wdevelop ppsuly chains. lynean: when they have -- >> when they haveop he forhe t furetu, yo sueehe t community beinlig fted up. doi n'thi tnk there wou hldave opentysi to leave their commitunies, loongki for jsob. >> nobody was ntto leave. they do it bauecse there is no econicom opportuni otyver here. ey want ama sll ptlo or they n cabuildp uyou for ushoe for e thfamily. orhe ty can cultiteva coffee. with bicas invesentmt, we can prove idthose things here. lyanne: abc 7 news. ama: for a more -dinepthoo lk at
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