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but, together, we got this. kaiser permanente. thrive. >> another fatal interstate shooting in oakland. i will tell you what me know. >> the racist accusations about an ad in a san francisco society pages. what the publisher has to say about the language. >> san jose water customers, cut back and conserve because now it will cost you. the late-night approval by state regulators, and what this means for your water bill. >> damp areas for your commute. abc 7 news 11:00 starts now. announcer: building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. >> a magazine ad for real in piedmont has members of the community hurt and wanting answers. the ad drawing attention to the community's demographics and comparing it to neighboring cities.
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good evening and thank you for joining us. >> abc 7 news reporter kate larsen has reaction from the community and the publisher. >> for 43 years, they have served as san francisco society pages. it is a monthly staple on city doorsteps. but the real estate advertising section came with problematic language. >> shocked. i was like, is this is this really real that this would be happening in 2020 when after all we have been through? >> the piedmont section post was on social media. it said, the city is surrounded by oakland, but is worlds apart. among its 11,002 hundred 70 residents, 74.5% are white. the magazine's publisher confirmed those words were published. a reporter who raised her children in piedmont was shocked. >> for me, this is coded language. it is a dog whistle to keep other people out. people that are not white.
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>> porter is childhood friends with vice president kamala harris. they grew up in west berkeley, where they desegregated schools together in the 1970's. >> this is so reminiscent of the challenges that we have been through in the 1960's and 1970's, me personally with my family growing up in an interracial family, and learning as i got older how hard it was for my parents to find housing as an interracial couple. >> directly under the piedmont write up is a halfpage ad with piedmont realtors. the magazine confirmed neither of the women or the company had anything to do with the article. in a statement, the team told abc 7, we are appalled. we had nothing to do with creating the copy. as longtime people residents, we are deeply committed to all members of our community. this newspaper has disrespected the citizens of piedmont and oakland.
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>> i spoke to the publisher on the phone. he apologized and confessed the piece was not edited appropriately. the online version has now been changed. >> i grew up in the east bay and think it is very unfortunate that wording appeared in the publication. it is inappropriate and wrong. it does not reflect the values of the gazette or my own family. he said the piedmont advertorial was written by a freelance contract writer who will not be hired again. i'm kate larsen for abc 7 news. >> developing news in the east bay, a woman is dead after being shot while in a car on interstate 80 this morning. this shooting happened east of the toll plaza near the west grand avenue overpass. investigators say there were also children in the victim's car. j.r. stone has more on the investigation. >> tragedy and gunshots fired on another bay area highway. this time in the westbound lanes of i-80, just east of west grand avenue near the bay bridge toll plaza.
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a woman died in this suv thursday morning around 9:15 after the vehicle she was in was struck by gunfire. sadly, it is just the latest highway shooting we have seen in the region. last week, a chp captain said this. >> over the past 12 months, there have been 76 freeway shootings within alameda county, and most of those freeway shootings interstate 580 and interstate 880. >> on thursday shooting, police say the victim was in the passenger's seat, along with a driver and two children. they are ok, but no shooter has been caught. no shooter has been caught in a 23-month-old jasper wu's case. weeks ago, wu was shot and killed as his mother drove southbound on i-8 80. a candlelight vigil was held for wu. >> imagine if this was your
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baby. how would you feel? >> still, not even a suspect description of the person who fired the shots, and not one in this i-80 case. >> it is dangerous out here. you never know if someone will drive up next to you and do whatever. >> chp says this is an active investigation and they are hopeful someone comes forward with information that helps them catch the shooter. reporting in the east bay, j.r. stone, abc 7 news. >> anyone with information about today's shooting or the jasper wu case is asked to please call the chp investigation tip line. that number is on your screen. 707-917-4491. >> rain has returned to the bay area, so let's get to meteorologist andy patel for the latest. >> it has been isolated all day today. let me show you live doppler 7 where we are seeing some of that wet weather in the north bay. light rain being reported in
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santa rosa. also seeing some wet weather around montreal, the cause of their highway. not all of this is heavy. some of it has been body with -- has been spotty with the system. what can you expect as you head into tomorrow morning? the commute at 5:00 a.m. will include spotty showers continuing into 8:00 a.m. if you're driving, use caution. there will be a few showers. if you are walking, there will be some slick spots. i will let you know if there are rain chances in the forecast. >> thanks very much. despite recent rain, we are in the depths of a very serious drought. take a look at today's california drought conditions compared to three months ago. things have improved, but barely. most of the state is still in exceptional or extreme drought. tonight in the south bay, one million residents will be hit
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with the toughest water restrictions of any major urban area in california. late yesterday, the state puc gave final approval to san jose water company's plan. amanda del castillo explains that anyone who fails to meet their specified mark will have to pay. >> cutback and conserve because now it will cost you. wednesday's approval by state regulators means the call to cut water use is no longer voluntary for south bay residents. san jose water taking action after customers failed to meet a 15% reduction goal by august. >> that is when we filed the ability to start charging the drought surcharges. what we received approval on is activation of our schedule. >> this means the company is setting water budgets tailored to each customer. they have to cut back 15% from the amount of water they used in 2019. if people overuse, the company has the ability to charge them. customers will face seven dollars surcharges for every
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unit of water above that amount. each unit is 748 gallons. some we spoke with said fees may consider people to consider drought conditions. > people have not been as serious about it as they have been in years past, yet it has still been a problem. it may be time for us to put guidelines to help people do their part. >> san jose water says the most recent rain storm raised a reservoir from 10% to 12%, not enough to make a difference. now residents are trying to make sense of the new penalty. >> everything is going on. everything in the bay area is crazy. it is getting very difficult for all of us to live. >> we are not trying to be the big bad company here, but at the end of the day, conservation, there is a very serious drought and people need to take it seriously. >> great oaks water company began similar rules in july. san jose water says they are weeks away from implementation.
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meantime, the company is taking the time to make sure their billing systems are in place. in san jose, amanda del castillo, abc 7 news. >> taking a live look at sfo as americans are expected to travel at near pre-pandemic levels. tomorrow marks the start of the travel period. the tsa says it will screen 20 million passengers. the busiest days will likely be tuesday and wednesday. their advice, be prepared, wear a mask, get your questions answered before you head to the airport. this year, it is ok to bring the hand sanitizer. >> the more patience bring, the better you will be. >> it will be less stressful if you come early enough that you are not stressed out if something goes wrong. just give yourself extra time. >> sfo is recommending you book parking in advance. >> one of california's top do personally vaccinated kids
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today. the push to get more shots over the holidays. >> cvs plans to close hundreds e years. how eyth sayt iis par otf a bigger cnghae for thcoe mpany. >> and a san francisc''s unnio square chrtmisas te reis l uitp for the season. why mayor re sedays it is more ecspial thanve er. >> fir, sta lookt awhat is ming up xtne on jimmkiy mmel ve. >> thanks. watch or i wl iltell eveonrye rou secret. as of today, every altdu can get a vaincce booste srhot. i gotin me. u know wrehe i got me?in d you get yosur yet? >> not yet. >> i gott iacross t shetreet at vend a boosters. vend a boosters.
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diusscs booster sho atsnd is pected tgeo t restro aomnd cidaans -- toiv ge coremmendatis.on thatou cld meaan newav wef o boteosrs and crmhas this weekend. n millions of americans are now one step closer to having an extra shot of protection as the fda is expected to authorize boosters for everyone 18 and up at any moment. days before the thanksgiving holiday and travel rush, many are craving the extra immunity. >> as soon as possible, especially around the holidays. >> the demand comes as new covid cases are up 35% in the past three weeks. in missouri, urgent care facilities swarmed with patients. new mexico hospitals pushed to the brink. >> we are way above capacity, both on the floors and in the icu. >> looking to avoid a winter surge, at least 14 states are already allowing boosters for all adults. >> medically, though states are
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making a correct decision. i think with the cdc and fda, the original decision could be justified in giving some restrictions, but more data has come in and the states have been a little more number. >> with time running out for the millions of unvaccinated to be fully protected by christmas, health officials are sounding the alarm, urging both adults and children to get their first doses this weekend. >> this virus is real. >> he regrets not kidding vaccinated sooner after spending 41 days on a ventilator. he is now encouraging others to take this virus seriously. >> i was lazy. go get vaccinated. it is not a politics thing anymore. >> the biden administration planning a rollout for the latest weapon in the fight against covid-19, pfizer's antiviral pill. the company is asking fda for emergency use authorization. now, president joe biden announcing his support. >> while it is still under fda approval, i am announcing
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today that we have purchased 10 million treatment courses, with delivery starting late this year and all across 2022. >> morgan norwood, abc news, los angeles. >> oakland unified school district began a major effort tonight in hopes of avoiding a post thanksgiving covid surge. they will hold 21 pop up vaccination clinics at different schools. tonight's was at markham elementary, where children and their parents showed up ready to roll up their sleeves. a state epidemiologist was there to help administer shots. >> i was really -- it was really important that access not be a barrier to getting our kids vaccinated, so we really focused on communities that had been hit the hardest and have the least resources to bring vaccines to the kids. >> the plan is to get students and families vaccinated and tested before, during, and after the thanksgiving break. students we spoke to were not hesitant about getting the shot. >> it definitely makes me feel a
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lot more comfortable being able to go around knowing that i have some sort of extra layer of protection for myself. >> the district will also host all day testing clinics next week. and they are making 20,000 home tests available for students to take home. if you have questions about covid-19 vaccines, you can ask your vaccine team. go to abc7news.com/vaccine and click on the big blue box. >> in washington, the house has pushed back a vote on president biden's expansive social and environment bill. the house has planned a vote tonight, but house gop leader kevin mccarthy's speech stretched into the early morning hours on friday morning. if the house decides to pass the legislation, it will likely face amendments in the senate. >> californians who were denied unemployment benefits may have a chance to claim some of that money. under new federal rules, about 100,000 people will qualify if they were denied for one of the following three reasons. first, if you refused to work for an employer who violated covid-19 safety standards.
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second, you were laid off or had your hours cut because of covid. third, you were a school employee whose work schedule was affected by the pandemic. starting tomorrow, edd will send out the malls and text messages for those who qualify. >> cvs health plans to close about 900 stores over the next three years. that decision comes as the retail giant justs to changing customer -- adjusts to changing customer needs and density, too many stores and proximity. the store also plans to remodel some stores to include more health services such as primary care into new versions of its health hub layout. the pending closures represent nearly 1/10 of the chain's 1000 retail locations. >> a federal grand jury has indicted a former college professor for allegedly starting four wildfires near the dixie fire zone. gary maynard faces 20 years of in prison and a fine for each count of arson. he recently worked at sonoma
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state and santa clara university. according to court documents, the alleged arson spree included fires in july and august that threatened to trap firefighters who battled the dixie fire nearby. >> we talked about the severe drought a few minutes ago. we need a lot more rain, but at least we are getting some. >> a few drops. i think i could count them. >> 1,2, 3, 4. i want to show you something really awesome right now. this is from the griffith observatory in los angeles. this is our partial lunar eclipse, underway right now. it is absolutely amazing. 11:20 is the start time. maximum eclipse will take place at 1:03 and ends at around 2:47 in the morning. if you get the chance, the moon will be at 97% covered by the earth's shadow at its peak. the longest eclipse in 600 years. the next time we have a total
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lunar eclipse is in may of 2022. in case, i have a feeling we will not see it from the bay area, i had to show you the full moon rising from our kgo roof camera several hours ago. it was an amazing sight, but nothing in comparison to what is happening now. the doppler showing a few showers right around the north bay as we get you in closer to street level. eastside road, windsor, old redwood highway, some wet roadways. temperatures from the 50's to the upper 40's. it is cloudy. spotty showers and fog in the morning. it is looking for thanksgiving. scattered showers, under 1/10 of an inch. we are not expecting a lot out of those. tomorrow morning, there will be some wet roadways, especially in the north bay at 5:00 a.m.,ottyt bay and peninsula.
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visibility will be low due to fog and showers going through. at noon, a couple showing up, then it becomes more isolated in nature in the early afternoon. morning temperatures will not fall much because of the clouds so we are going with 40's, 50's. grab your umbrella before you go because some of you will need those umbrellas. afternoon highs, 50's, 60's. here's a quick preview of your thanksgiving. fog and clouds at 7:00 a.m. 10:00, partly cloudy in the 50's. it comes up into the 50's and 60's by 1:00. mild for the 4:00 hour, low to mid 60's. looking fantastic. the accuweather day forecast, spotty morning showers, then we will go with brighter skies, minor cooling. there will be a possibility of some showers on tuesday, not in complete agreement right now. it is looking nice for the holidays. once again, one more life picture from the griffith
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observatory -- one more live picture from the griffith observatory. >> i could watch that all night. >>
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kicked off in union square tonight with the lighting of the macy's great tree. mayor london breed was in attendance. >> although it was a private event, the mayor spoke to all of san francisco as she celebrated the ceremony. >> today, what we want to do in lighting this tree is to remember that we have lived through a global pandemic and we were not at one point able to come together and shop in going to stores and spend time with family and friends and loved ones. we can never forget that. >> the community can view macy's great tree from november 19 to
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steph versus lebron. lebron off to a, but curry still leading the warriors. he basically saved them tonight. steph and dre booed the the cavs fans. still victor. -- still bitter. we up 13 after. to the fourth, curry starts cooking. it is a 10 point game. the worriers had almost nothing working, but they did have curry, and that is plenty. the cavs, they did not score in the corner. let him stay on a run to start the fourth. he hits a three. 20 points in the fourth, finishes with party. the dubs win it, 13-2. >> he is always capable of catching fire like that.
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asasasasas shock me because this is what he does. >> that is what he does. cal hosting southern utah. it looked like all thunderbirds after john knight the third steals and slams. 10 and the second half. cal came all the way back to force ot" he. andre kelly, a career night. the bears double ot. st. louis on the power play in the first. james reimer on one side to brandon saad. 1-0 blues. 2-0 when the sharks break the ice. timo meier to jonathan dahlin. sharks fans, joyous. two minutes later, two on one for st. louis. saad, his second of the game. 4-1 final.
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thursday night football, patriots and falcons. this game was pretty dull. max jones to nelson i galore for the touchdown. 22 of 26 in this game. the picked off four passes. the patriots role sports on abc
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special event tomorrow night on abc. >> thank you so much for watching. >> >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- nick offerman. aunjanue ellis. and music from alessia cara. and now -- jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, thank you. hi, everyone. thanks. gentlemen. guillermo. hi, i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thanks for watching. thank you for joining us on a night when things are literally looking up. if you are watching this show on tv right now, you might be missing a once-in-a-lifetime event. the lengthiest partial lunar eclipse in almost 600 years

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