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>> building a better bay area, moving forward and finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. what police are calling looting and vandalism. social 80 a video is capturing the scene as thieves steal items from at least one store in san francisco union square. it is saturday, november 20, you are watching abc 7 news at 5 a.m. on ap seven, hulu live, and wherever you stream. let's start with a quick look at the weather. >> good morning. we are looking at fog out there in the north bay. not as pervasive all over the bay, but doppler seven shows where we have a quarter-mile
visibility from napa to santa rosa. three quarters of a mile in nevada. we can see pretty good. moderate air quality. we have voice from the ground. it is working its way into the bay area from northerly winds. we will get more on sunshine. the operational winds are 30 to 35 miles per hour. it will bring drier air to the surface. 58 in hayward. we are looking at 50 in albany. 59 in pacifica. we will get into party cloudy skies at 9:00. there is a lot of sunshine for the noon hour. mid to upper 60's and some of our warmer locations today. slightly milder as we get into the sunday due to those offshore winds. it will talk about the cooldown and dry conditions for thanksgiving, coming up. >> thank you. developing news. several people are in police custody after thieves ransacked a louis vuitton store in san francisco's union square. as we show to social media
video, chaos was unfolding last night. >> front of the louis vuitton at kerry pathan -- kerry in stockton. police are calling what happenep looting and vandalism. louis vuitton may not be the only store that was hit. police are investigating reports of vandalism at other small businesses. retail businesses. this is video of the nearby store. you can see the glass was smashed, but it does not appear that anything was stolen. pretty for class. please are calling this a fluid and involving -- evolving situation. if you have any information about this crime, you are asked to call san francisco police.
protesters took to oakland, calling for change after the not guilty verdict in a kyle rittenhouse trial. that verdict was delivered in a courtroom yesterday. >> we did jury find kyle rittenhouse not guilty. >> rittenhouse burst ist ist and collapsed into a chair after being acquitted of all five counts that he was charged with it kenosha, armed with a rifle. he claims to protect lives and property during the protest. he would shoot three people at that protest, killing two and injuring the other. rittenhouse's lawyer has argued that he has defended himself. the jury deliberated the fate of rittenhouse over four days. abc 7 news reporters were there to have more on how the bay area have reacted to the verdict. >> nearly 100 people took to the streets of oakland, responding to the not guilty verdict in the
kyle rittenhouse trial. >> the group marched to city hall to the federal building. they called the two white men who were shot and killed during a black lives matter protest heroes. activists categorize the verdict as an emergency call to action. >> to every sibling sibling sibg coward, every would-be be white supremacist vigilante. >> this not guilty verdict resonates in the black unity. in 2020, xavier brown and his friend verbalized -- mobilize 50,000 people against the violence and the killing of george floyd. he responded to the trial. >> i will be completely real. i was furious. i was so very us. rittenhouse's attorney that he fought for his life and used self defense.
he said the jury need to answer one question. >> the jury was told to focus simply on the moments and when there was a shooting. there was not any doubt that he shot these folks. the jury was asked, do you find that he was justified in self-defense, or do you find that the government has improved beyond a reasonable doubt and he was justified in that moment? >> there was one black shirt in the movie -- kerry. -- jury. >> i think he was definitely found not guilty because of the color of his skin. it is also because we live in a country where, since day one, this country was founded on racism. >> it is said that there was racial disparity in the criminal justice system. >> what was -- would happen if he was in the exact same situation? >> abc 7 news. >> in kenosha wisconsin, dozens of committee activists and family members of shooting
victims rallied outside of that courthouse there. a few protesters were detained but no violence was reported. in new york city, protesters marched through various boroughs and it remained peaceful. the verdict in the rittenhouse case is just one of several across the country that police agencies are monitoring. another is the trial of three white men accused of killing a young black men in georgia. >> we are checking our intelligence, we are hearing from other law enforcement at the federal or state level. >> there are more pressing cases as far as african are concerned across the country -- the arbery case. >> closing arguments in that case are expected on monday. body camera footage was released from a shopping cap datacenter last month. it may be difficult to watch. >> let me see your hands. gone.
>> the pol the pol the pol the p investigating a stolen car,se police. investigators say the suspect, michael nelson, got out of the car, armed with a gun. a detective opened fire on nelson, who shot back. the shootout broke out between police, and it was hit by gunfire. nelson later died of his injuries. no bystanders or officers were injured. hard video to watch. friends and committee members came together for the funeral of jasper wu. the toddler was killed by a stray bullet on interstate 80. a sweet little boy. dozens filled the piedmont services home yesterday. the family provided photos of the service along with a video honoring jasper. they provided paper, toys, and full. a chinese did -- tradition.
the oakland please she says we have to do better. >> we are all responsible. i totally agree. you're all responsible. despite our opinions about police, there has to be safety in our community. many families in this community feel unsafe right now. >> that is so hard to watch. no arrests have been made in the shooting. a gofundme campaign and jasper's memory has raised around a quarter of a million dollars. >> moving on, the mother of an o antioch woman killed on thursday on the freeway is asking shooters to turn themselves in, pleading. 29-year-old amani morris was a passenger in an suv that came under fire as it approached the bay bridge toll plaza on interstate 80. morrison's fiancé, and sons, aged five and three, were in the car as it happened. her mother told us by phone from her home in georgia that her daughter was headed for a job interview in san francisco.
>> the kill shot was a that went through the phone and then shot her in the head, and she died instantly. no one would want to hurt her. she was my baby. she was the one that everyone came to, so i can't see anyone coming after my baby. >> authorities are saying little about the investigation so far, including whether the shooting was targeted or random. anyone with information about any of these freeway shootings is asked to call the tip line. that number is there on your screen. i will say it here -- 707917 4491. 52 years ago, today, native american activist landed on the shores of alcatraz, sparking a national debate about the rights of indigenous peoples.
drain the occupation, they demanded that the u.s. government recognized long-standing agreements with tribes and turn over the deed to the island. 20 armed u.s. marshals eventually rated the island and were removed. there will be an event on alcatraz island to remember the occupation. >> let's get a check outside. >> we are starting out with clouds here in san francisco and closer to the coast, as well. they will lift and we will see slightly warmer days. more sun today and for the rest of the weekend as well. we also have a look at thanksgiving, coming up. >> also ahead, how much san jose state is saying former female athletes who were sexually assaulted by a sports trader -- trainer. coming up. >> nearly one year since the fatal stabbing at a south bay terrace. this weekend remarks the anniversary of the end of a celebration of life.
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quick san jose state university reached a settlement with more female athletes who were sexually harassed by a sports trainer. in september, the department of justice investigation found the school mishandled sexual assault claims by the student athletes. at that time, the university agreed to pay a $1.6 million settlement to the students, but not all of them accepted the offer. the money from the latest settlement will be divided by 15 of the victims. elizabeth holmes took the stand in her own defense in san jose yesterday. the founder of the group is facing 11 counts of wire fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud rate here are sketches of homes testifying. she is includes -- accused of misleading investors. abc news was in the courtroom, watching the testimony. >> she watched -- walked to the stance, and she took off her
mask and she smiled. that kind of set the demeanor for the rest of her testimony. >> he is trying to woo the jury. there she is, walking out with her husband. holmes testified for an hour at the end of the session, and she talked about the early days of the company, testing blood testing technology, and she is expected to be back on the stand on monday and tuesday. >> there were cameras in the courtroom. >> in the south bay, there was an anniversary of a homeless man stabbing several people at a church in san jose. you might remember that five people were stabbed. two of them died. as abc 7 news reports, the congregation is getting ready to celebrate the lives of the victims today. >> the liberty theater pipe organ filled as -- ahead of a friday night vigil.
four faces of transgendered people who had been killed. one of two people who died after last year stabbing spree in grace baptist. >> it is painful. for james shelley, that is emotional and physical. on november 2, 2020, he was working as a shelter employee for ray solutions when he was stabbed three times. his lung collapsed and he needed surgery on his shoulder and spine. on friday, he took us through the hall where happened. >> down this hall, there were footsteps of blood. >> since the stabbing, the church brought on a new senior pastor. reverend jordan oliver says they have rededicated themselves to fighting to justice for the un-house, trance rights, and people of color. >> since then, we were able to turn back to life and try our best to grower church and be a presence. >> he says that attendance has gone up 70%. on saturday, that community is
expected to come together to honor the stabbing victims. 11:00 a.m. services or chance remembrance. then a concert led by musician juan beck. >> they were precious souls to this congregation and to this community. >> while the pain still runs deep, survivor shelley says it is only right to dedicate some time to those who died. >> we need to take a little bit of time to celebrate the beautiful things in life, and i am glad i am here today. i am here today. >> saturday's events are free and open to the public. they are being held here at grace baptist church. in downtown san jose, abc 7 news. >> now to the pandemic. the fda and cdc say that all adults can get a booster shot of eight pfizer omer dharna vaccine. you must wait six months after your final dose.
previously, only adults 65 years or older are of high risk of getting the disease were eligible for booster shots. we've looked at places in each county where you can get a booster shot. that is on abc7news.com/vaccines. you can click on the story you see right there for some guidance. after the passing of president biden's infrastructure bill, the city of oakland is celebrating the awarding of 14 and a half million dollars of federal grant money. with those funds, they will be able to build transformative projects on broadway and martin luther king junior way. the project aims to serve underserved communities by creating more accessibility to the waterfront. the oakland mayor talked about how important these funds are for the future in oakland. >> the city is painfully aware that good infrastructure saves lives. it is just a down payment on a total vision of equity, safety, of resilience and cities across
america, just like america, have been waiting for this. >> new fiber cables will will wl installed to add access to the public wi-fi. california fish and wildlife announced that crabbing season will open on december 1, north of sonoma. that means no crabbing time for thanksgiving, but you could see fresh food at fish markets at the end of holidays. the season was delayed because pods of humpback whales were spotted swimming through the crab fishing zones. >> san mateo's hill somalia held its relating event to kick off the holidays. pretty, late in the main square of the mall, followed by a parade of christmas characters. the sugar plum fairy, the grinch, frosty the snowman all made an appearance. kids took part in gingerbread house decorating and toys for
tots set up a try. people are just happy to get out and hear the holiday vibes. the start of the show is santa claus. santa will be available for photos until christmas eve at macy's center. it's here. over a week away until desk. >> it is a week away until thanksgiving. definitely. the weather is going to make things look pretty good to get everything organized because we don't have any big storms on the way that could slow you down or mess anything up. we are looking at a dry couple of days. it is arriving over the we can. right now, we have fog to speak of, especially the north bay. doppler seven is very foggy from san rafael to santa rosa. you can't see anything in nevada, but south there, the conditions are just fine, and that is where we are warmer. to the north, with low clouds, pretty cool with seven degrees
cooler this morning. 54 in and as we look back to the north bay, made for mus -- mid 40's. looking at a great start here, but we have sunshine and fog. mainly in the north bay. it could move around a little bit. sunny and mild or for the weekend, with temperatures coming up to above average. we have dry conditions for thanksgiving. if we look at the rainfall over the next seven days, we noticed the focus in the north bay. looking at over 1.5 inches. as we get down to california, not expecting any. there are a few weak systems that will bring in high clouds from time to time, but overall, we are looking at the pattern to be dry, and in fact is we can, looking at temperatures to climb above normal readings.
64 in san francisco. look at 65 in oakland. numbers in the upper 60's towards the inland valleys. we are starting out foggy, and it may take a little while for you to warm up, but we have upper-level offshore winds, and sometimes that brings in a fog. other times it is forced to dry out our atmosphere. we will be looking at that to dry things out, bringing in sunshine sooner and allowing afternoon highs to warm up not only today, but into tomorrow. making plans for thanksgiving? here's where we get a few more clouds. temperatures are coming back to near normal readings. wake up early morning at about 7:00, and temperatures will be ranging from the 30's and the north bay to the 40's by 10:00. we will be in the 50's and upper 60's with clouds and a few semi breaks. it is looking good for thanksgiving. beyond that, a little bit uncertain, but in terms of our stretch of dry weather, it is here to stay. in fact, the warmest weather
arriving here over the weekend. the accuweather 7 day forecast today, featuring clouds in the north bay to start out, and then looking at the numbers climbing through the mid and upper 60's for your saturday, sunday, just about a carbon copy, a nice fall day, and a mix of clouds and sons on monday. it was to get a little close to the bay, and it will keep things drive-through thanksgiving, and temperatures will drop off the day after. near average conditions. usually we have a big storm right around thanksgiving or after. i remember all of those years we would do that. not this year. it is great fun. >> that's good. thank you. just ahead, ded d just opened the way for thousands of more workers to receive pandemic relief. we will have all of the details, ri
they may have to pay back on up limit benefits that they received during the pandemic. now they are telling thousands more that they may be entitled to benefits they never got, and they are reopening old claims. it seems like take and give, who is entitled for money from the pandemic, it is sorted allow. >> is nerve-racking to think that we may have to pay back all that money. >> they giving money, but they don't think they will get the money. i told you about salon owners and stylus heather mendoza. they both received unemployment benefits intended to give self-employed and gig workers to the pandemic. now, they are requiring them to prove self-employed, or pay the money back. on the other hand, it is just opening the door for thousands of others to claim those benefits as well. >> people who qualify will be getting texts or other notices from edd. >> the edd says that the new
federal rules have expanded the pool of workers who are eligible for pandemic on up limit benefits. the benefits expired two months ago, but the new claims would be paid retroactively. the benefit for gig workers, contractors, the self-employed, that group just widened slightly. >> this group is about 100,000, estimated. it is a limited subgroup. here are those who suddenly qualify. workers who refused job offers during the pandemic because the workplace was not adhering to covid-19 safety rules like masking and social distancing. contractors who work for a school district with unstable work schedules that reduced income. finally, anyone who is ours were reduced because of covid-19, even if the place of business date open. edd did not say what documents they will required to prove someone is eligible a year or more after losing a job opportunity.
for those like einstein and heather, they submitted their documents from the start. >> we are backtracking. we are backpedaling. i will be really ticked off if they come and tell me that i am owed a certain amount of money. i will be ticked off. >> this is th is th i've ever seen. someone dropped money over the freeway. >> san diego has shut down. literally, it has shut down. oh my gosh. >> traffic came to us top in southern california after an armored truck drop a load of cath -- cash on the freeway. the doors of the armored vehicle came open and scattered cash onto both sides of i-5 in carlsbad. drivers got out of their cars and began to scoop up the bills. authorities are saying to any cash picked up off of the freeway is being considered stolen. a man and woman have already been arrested. the chp is asking anyone who picked up the cash to bring it to their office immediately.
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about rybelsus® today. >> building a better bay area and moving forward to find solutions. this is abc 7 news. thank you for joining us on abc 7 news live on abc seven, hulu live, and wherever you stream. we'll start this half-hour with another look at the weather. must get back over to lisa with a check at the forecast. >> morning. it is certainly a cloudy start with fog that we are dealing with. there is fog out there, but here is a live look from our camera. you can see visibility. air quality is moderate for most of us. high pressure builds in, and
right now, visibility is at zero. santa rosa, napa, and pretty good elsewhere. cooler conditions in the north bay, but north winds will allow for some drier air to mix into the bay area, today. 25 to 35 miles per hour. that works to eight drier and sunnier afternoon. it is 50 in napa right now. we're in the mid-50's along the peninsula in the south bay, and buy new time, low to mid 60's, at a sunny start to the day. a sunny finished with mid to upper 60's, so we are warming up. it looks like we will see another chilly night tonight and even warmer for our sunday. we will detail the thanksgiving weekend in a few mins. >> thank you. cdc is endorsing booster shots for all americans over the age of 18. this comes just as the busy travel season gets underway. some states are experiencing a surge in infection. abc news reporter karina mitchell has the details.
>> millions more americans are now eligible for an extra dose of protection from covid-19. the cdc director, dr. rochelle walensky signed off on boosters for all americans 18 and older. after a cdc advisory panels unanimous vote, only one in five people who were already eligible for a booster have received their exodus. some cdc advisors are pointing out that many people were hesitant because of questions about eligibility. >> the guidelines were well-intentioned, and the generate confusion. today's vote will clear that up. am i eligible? the answer is yes. >> cvs and walgreens will be offering boosters for all those nearly eligible starting today. 14 states had already expanded booster eligibility. meantime, people in some states are already having trouble finding booster availability. >> we are focused and we don't have anything else. >> covid affections are already on the rise across the country.
in new mexico, daily cases have increased by more than 60% in the past three weeks. >> we are seeing extremely high volumes of patients presenting with influenza or covid like . -- illnesses. this is overwhelming our health care system. >> health officials are looking to prevent a holiday surge. doctors are urging the unvaccinated to roll up their sleeves and parents to get there children vaccinate. >> i think it is quite safe if everyone is vaccinated. if you are unvaccinated, reusing rapid testing can make a big difference. >> korea mitchell, abc news, new york. >> the unified school district is hosting clinics today to get children vaccinate. the locations of where the shots are being offered are on your screen. sites are concentrated in high-priority zip codes. pop-ups are being planned in december and january. >> we are learning affects about
the covariate called delta. pregnant women who have covid-19 are almost twice as likely to have stillbirth, as women who do not have covid. the risk increased when the delta variant emerged. a separate cdc study of pregnant women who died from covid-19 showed which already have them passed away after the delta variant came dominant. millions of people are getting ray to hit the road for thanksgiving, and they will be paying the highest gas prices in seven years. according to aaa, the average price for a gallon of gasoline has gone up across the country to three dollars. gas prices as we all know are much higher at an average of four dollars and $.87. air travel is up pre-pandemic levels, with many people expected to fly more than airfare last year. that is pretty expensive.
>> food insecurity is a growing problem, especially around the holidays. as the abc 7 i team found out, disparities are only getting worse for the most vulnerable in we are digging into it.>> natosg to make ends meet. unemployed from the pandemic, she now lives on 14th street in southwest oakland. a low-income neighborhood defined as a food desert which does not mean there are not grocery stores in the area. a large percentage of the population does not have easy access to them. >> it is overwhelming. >> it is one of 600 neighborhoods in the san francisco area that is considered food deserts, and that means that these areas have one third of the population that are living a half mile away from the nearest supermarket or large grocery store. with no car or bus pass, hartman walks. i walked two or three miles. >> on a good day, it is a mild
walk. but on sundays and mondays, it is close, and the closest grocery store is more than one mile away. for sir jordan --. >> eight or nine walks to safeway. >> the distance is not the problem but the price. >> the price on food is $250 a month. >> that is enough food to last for a month. now, the same amount, it only lasts two weeks. >> when prices go up, it hits the lower income households, particularly hard. >> james wilcox is a graduate school professor of economics at uc berkeley. >> lower income households spend twice as large or a fraction of their income on food as higher income household. >> data analysis finds that more than 170 low-income neighborhoods are in the san
francisco mentor area that also have low food axis. that is more than double we found in the metro area at 79. >> there are communities that are really high. >> reggie young is the director of the alameda county community food bank. >> from where we were last year, the problem is getting worse. >> the problem is incredible he high in alameda county. we are still seeing high rates of food insecurity. we are seeing a lot of normal seed that other community's not seen. >> the organization has worked with hundreds of nonprofits, distributing food to struggling areas throughout the pandemic. >> hartman helps her neighborhood is next in line. >> you have to go with the flow and pray. >> abc 7 news. >> americans love the final finl on the american music awards when fans cast their votes this year on an unusual platform. that is tiktok. cardi b is hosting the show through the microsoft theater in
l.a., and an abc reporter has more on what to expect at one of the biggest nights of music. >> the country's favorite musicians are taking the stage for american music awards. the biggest show in the united states, with people taking home prices. this year, it is cardi lifetime ama winner. she is up for three awards. >> this is fun. hey. good times. good vibes, i like to party. i want to wake people up, so that is going to be me. >> pop newcomer olivia roderigo has the most nominations with seven. the drivers license star has some fierce conversation for the title of newcomer of the year. >> golden, masked
leroy. the mas also add including favorite trending song. along with favorite gospel artist and favorite latin duo. it would not be the ama's without some unpredictable performances. bradford tyler, the creator, i i bringing it to the stage. >> he is one of the most unusual and imaginative out and out how on earth did he think of that. >> perhaps one of the most anticipated duos, firing of the audience, megan thee stallion and bts as they look to butter up the crowd with their first live performance of their remix tip. >> i get the feeling it is not one to be quite like her duet with cardi b. i think it will be different. abc news, los angeles.
>> you can watch the american music awards at 8 p.m. right here on abc 7. still ahead on abc 7 mornings, the marine corps's annual toys for tots program is underway. why you may need more than just toys this year. here is a live look outside. this morning, you can see there the ferry building. it is 5:40 a.m.. thank you for waking up with us. we will check in on lisa when we get back.
>> volunteers will get together to hand out grocery boxes to people in need. the nonprofit city team serves up to 10,000 families of seniors a day. on thanksgiving, the team will be serving holiday meals and will be distributing hygiene kits to low finance families. they expect more visitors this year because of the pandemic. >> let's get another check outside. >> a cold front moved through yesterday, and it brought a
couple of hunters to the north bay. fog in low 50's right now. temperatures coming up a bit as we get some sunshine, believe it or not. this fog will burn off and we will find it warmer and sunnier in the bay area. next, no steph curry, no problem. even without him, the warriors had a pool party in detroit. we will have the highlights, coming up in sports. - hi, i'm steve. - i'm lea. and we live in north pole, alaska. - i'm a retired school counselor.
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>> in sports, californian stanford battle for the acts in the 100 when he fourth. golden bears are returning to the field after the last game was postponed because of a covid outbreak. the kickoff is at 4:00. for warriors, they are back in action at the chase center. us night, they were without some of their key players in their game against the pistons. the final game of their four-game road trip. here's abc 7 sports director, with the highlights in this morning sports.
>> morning. the warriors went heavy on load management last night in detroit. no staff, trayvon, andre. steph was just chilling on the bench. relaxed. watching his understudy go to work. a homecoming for jordan poole. they played for michigan in college at 22 of the first half. it was surprisingly up five at the break against the pistons third quarter andrew wiggins. they played d. slam. wiggins with 27. chris eos, the 15th man. it looked like staff and was shooting i can. a couple of late threes, and off the bent -- bench, steph was pumped up. feasting and bee sting, reversing. 32 points, but this game would go down to the final frantic second. detroit needed a three to tie, and out to frank jackson. around and out. rebound. time. expires. warriors hang on.
they've gone three and one on the road trip. >> to come in here and really get contributions from everybody, it turned a solid road trip into an excellent road ship to go three and one. the lakers in boston, after missing the last eight games, abdominal strain. these two teams are accounting for nearly half of the mba championship. a nice reverse. jason tatum, game-high 37. celtics, big. 130 to 108. college troops and broncos in the break. jaelyn williams. if once is good, twice has to be better. williams led the broncos to 26 point, and they roll 8757. the broncos are now four no. the 124th addition of the big game is today. this afternoon at 4:00 at stanford.
cal snapped on nine-game losing streak with a win at stanford read they were scrambling for the game-winning touchdown with eight resultant celebration that has not been forgotten by either team. >> there is no greater finning desk feeling, -- dealing, and there is no worse feeling at the loss. i remember that was the worst i ever felt after a loss. >> i remember all of the fans on the field like it was yesterday. it was overall a great win. >> that is a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, and i'm larry. >> let's talk weather. there was some rain drops last night. >> that was nice to see. it certainly was. not just in the north bay, but that has allowed for some slippery conditions, and some fog forming in parts of the north bay. importantly, we are done with this rainmaker. it was slow to move out of town, and it left us with some clouds. some dam payment.
it is moving into the east bay, concord with the quarter visibility as well as napa. it is little better at three quarters of mile with a half mile to santa rosa. it is certainly moving around. be careful right through 10:00. we will have some of these issues, and then we will get into some brighter conditions. there is fog since. about eight degrees cooler this morning, compared yesterday. it is 56 in santa clara, and how about mid-60's for the game around stanford today. it should be pretty nice. 52 degrees right now. stanford looking at 54. in san francisco, upper 40's in nevada. a few outside here. we can see the clouds in san francisco. we are going to warm up a few degrees today. low clouds and fog, mainly in the north and east bay. a sunny and milder throughout the weekend, and then drive for your thanksgiving plans. we are looking at systems that just don't want to make it into california. as we look at the first one, this will cut us off, close down a little bit after the weekend, and then into wednesday and
thursday, we will be moving way above california. we will look for a quiet week ahead, starting with temperatures a little warmer today. 67 in santa clara. look for sunnyvale, and on the peninsula for mid 60's,. it should be a nice afternoon. starting out with a jacket, and then you don't really need it by the afternoon mid 60's downtown. up in the north bay, a little milder with upper 60's. santa rosa, 64 napa, and then knew the east bay, 20 of mid 60's from union city today. that will bring you up to where you should be for this time of year. as we get into the inland valley, even though you have a few areas of fog this morning, that will dissipate and that will offer numbers to come up today. into the mid 60's. i think sunday we will see a few degrees of warming on upper level winds out of the north and northeast. they're working to try things out a lome. thanksgiving plans for bring temperatures down in the morning. 30's and 40's and then by 10:00,
we will be partly cloudy with all lot of 50's. the cloud spin out at 1:00, and we will be in the low 60's for the low -- warm locations and upper 50's elsewhere. pretty typical for thanksgiving. sunnier and warmer days today. tomorrow, monday, you will notice a few high clouds a slight chance to the north and then by wednesday, it will be nice. temperatures in the 60's. nothing too warm, but no big rainmakers here hoping maybe september will bring us better rain chances. thank you. for more than 70 years, a parent company, disney, has reported marine corps toys for tots foundation. they kicked off the ultimate toy drive with a 500 thousand dollars donation for toys for tots with $25,000 going to the local san mateo, san francisco, emsam ring county chapters.
as an anchor shows us, the marines need more than just toys this year. >> at around this time of year, we usually see festive images like this where we are reporting on toys for tots in the bay area. instead of beating at the san mateo event center, we can see other drives going, and we are at the marine parking lot whereupon storage units are taking the place of an actionable facility. >> it is a lot, but we have to make do. there a lot of kids up there that need toys. we have to do what we have to do. this year is a little bit different. in addition to the need for 40 to 60,000 toys, there is also a call for a warehouse space to house all of these items. doing it right now is staff sergeant josh garza. tell me a little bit about why you need the space? we facilitate some toys, and we are the largest toys for tots area in the united states. >> you asked about 25 different
facilities for a place to put all of the toys. what are they key tell you? there is either nowhere else to give, or there is business in the industry right now. there is nothing to give to us. >> it is a big ask, however it is not forever. >> we finished collecting toys roughly around december 14 i would say, and after that, we do all the sorting. we are looking for 50,000 square feet. hopefully, if not, we can get something smaller. we can always adapt and overcome. >> one thing there is no shortage of -- that is the spirit of the holidays. >> i love every second of it. it is a great thing. it is a great experience. you get to meet a lot of people, and you have a lot of children. it is the biggest thing. >> if anyone has space to donate, you can always go to the website with information on how you can volunteer. that is a abc7news.com. in early happy holidays. abc 7 news. >> are you able to help out to find toys near you?
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very cool event. it runs from 10 until 5:00 today. next on abc 7 mornings at 6 a.m., looting and vandalism. that is what is san francisco -- that is what san francisco police are calling a chaotic night in union square. at least one store was ransacked and one arrest was made. >> i will be clearly real. i was furious. >> activists march afterfterft trial of kyle rittenhouse. how they are reacting to the not guilty verdict. >> i am now hea now hea all across the country. their bank accounts were trained in seconds. the bank should not refund their money until desk. >> you don't how excited i got. >> i was so happy, i wanted to cry. i just couldn't be any more thankful.
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announcer: building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. [shouting] >> a chaotic scene overnig s looting and vandalism. social media capturing the scene as thieves to steal items from at least one store in san francisco's union square. good morning. you are watching abc7 news at 6:00 live on abc7, hulu live and wherever you stream. before we get to that let's get a quick look at the weather with alisa. lisa: good morning. we have the fog in the valley to the east and it is starting to move into parts of our east bay and the north bay but not as pervasive. upper level wind will scour this out early. half-mile santa rosa, nevada