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celebrating 50 years since the first pandas arrived a the national zoo from china. the current occupants took about 50 minutes to demolish a cake made from frozen fruit juice, sweet potatoes and sugar cane in honor of the occasion and five decades of cooperation between china an the united states to help save the giant pandas from extinction. i don't know about you, but i'm going the pass on that recipe. that's "nightline" for this evening. you can catch full episodes on hulu. we'll see you right back here same time tomorrow. thanks for the company, america. good night. >> building a better,
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moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. >> tonight masks are coming off on planes and public transit but it may not be a done deal. a federal judge struck down a national travel mask mandates today. good evening, i am am a dates -- ama daetz. dan: and i am dan ashley. the biden administration is calling this decision disappointing. all it took was one ruling to completely change than a matter of hours how we ride and fly. the judge said the mandate was unlawful because it exceeded the statutory authority of the cdc. the tsa quickly responded to the decision, saying it will no longer enforce the mandate on public transportation. >> as of 5:00 p.m. today, masks are no longer required on u.s. domestic flights >> the major
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domestic airlines have made masks optional. you're about to hear what police dispatchers unannounced to officers over the police radio this afternoon. >> face coverings are no longer required when traveling on bart. >> for some this might be viewed as one of the last of the stages of the pandemic with mentz -- mask mandates being lifted. we find some people who say they will still mask up. >> it is nice but for our safety and for the safety of my family, i will still wear it. >> i will because it makes other people feel comfortable. it is not for me. i would say for other people, i will do it. >> while for others, this has been a long time coming. >> i am finally glad that they're letting everybody do it. >> it was two years or more.
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we are not seeing faces of each other. >> bart police are no longer enforcing the mandate on trains. muni says it is going to require masks. so is 80 transit and the ata. they're waiting guidance from the tsa. the cdc is recommending that people continue to wear masks in indoor public transportation settings. ama: an arrest has been made in the fire that destroyed at -- a home depot store earlier this month. investigators will reveal more at a news conference tomorrow. ryan curry spoke with witnesses to the fire who say they want answers. >> i was in the rear of the store, i heard somebody yelling, it was very distinct. reporter: moments now turned into permanent memories. a large fire broke out on a home depot two weeks ago, turning
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parts of the store into rubble still physical -- visible today. >> out of the corner of my eye i see a yellow tinge of color. i look up and see flames. reporter: rick garcia says he was near the fire when it started. fire officials in san jose says they arrested someone who possibly started the fire. rcs is based on what he saw, it makes sense that the start of it is compared to being an accident. >> are told investigator one of two things. unless someone intentionally started the fire, i suspect it might be electrical. ryan: you can still smell that burning aroma coming from the building and the witnesses i spoke with say they realize now it could have been much worse. >> it wasn't until three minutes we left that this giant smoke moved out of the front and we knew it was time to leave.
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ryan: jeff says he didn't hear any immediate fire alarm when the fire broke out. inspections about smoke alarms and sprinkler systems are under investigation. >> we were watching the ceiling fall down in flames. ryan: knowing the fire was possibly started by some -- witnesses are glad they left mostly unhurt. >> that was a dangerous situation we were on. ama: we sent this notification today on our abc seven news app one officials announced the arrest. tomorrow we will be live streaming the news conference to investigators. the app is available as of the app store. dan: let's go to our weather anger, spencer christian, tracking this. spencer: a lot of green on the
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right side of the screen, and this is moisture being picked up by the radar. here is what is real. it has been here for several hours so far and the storm ranks a one on the abc 7 storm impact scale. overnight into tomorrow morning we can expect up to two inches of rainfall. early morning leading up to the morning commute, you see wind becoming more widespread. it will not be heavy but it will leave wet pavement which means slippery roadways for evening commuters. this is followed by lots of clouds. more rain is coming later in the week. i will have the forecast coming up. dan: thanks a lot. leaf and happiness in the east bay tonight. -- relief and happiness than the east bay tonight. a baby goat was reunited with
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its mother. we just received this videothe n tells us of dog water -- tells us a dog walker found the baby goat around 5:30. that is not far from where the goat was goat-napped. >> the mom ran over and it was just so heartwarming. the odds were not up there but lo and behold, we have her back. dan: she says the dog walker knew a baby goat had been stolen. terry says the mom is no longer acting distraught and distressed. this person you see here taking the baby goat, no update on the whereabouts of that individual yet. ama: a guilty plea today from a
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shasta county mun -- mother who admitted to a kidnapping 35 years ago. she took an 11th hour plea deal last week admitting to authorities she lied to federal agents about the 2016 incident. this has made for gripping headlines, telling authorities she was tortured for 22 days. investigators say she was staying with an ex-boyfriend and mutilating herself to backup the lies. >> i would call this her last ditch effort to do the best she can for herself. ama: she will be sentenced in july and ordered to play -- pay $3000 in charges. dan: a 15-year-old student has been stabbed to death at a stockton high school in what police are calling a random attack. police say is the suspect is a man's in his 40's who trespassed onto the stagg high school campus.
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the student died at a local hospital, all horrifying. schoosource oicer anfterheatck. the district has promised revamp security on campus.enorei hashe backi ocolleagues had expd concerns over the 88-year-old's memory lapses but feinstein said she would not be stepping down before her term ends. the white house press secretary was asked today whether president biden still has confidence in her. >> she is a proud public servant and someone he has long enjoyed working with. ama: she has had -- dan: kimberly met with the january 6 committee today for nine hours. this video was taken after she
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left the capitol building this morning. she served as an advisor to president donald trump. she is now engaged to his son. guilfoyle did speak with the crowd outside. lawmakers are looking at her role including whether she helped raise money for that event. print san francisco runoff election -- current san francisco runoff election to fill the vacant seat tomorrow. haney edged campus by a few hundred votes in the february primary but neither received more than the required 50%. chu left the assembly las year to become the san francisco district attorney. ama: -- the event this wednesday is going to be different. mayor london breed announced the event.
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it will be sponsored with food and entertainment. for the first time there will be on-site cannabis sales which means some people will not be allowed to enter the event. >> if you are under the age of 21, you will not be allowed within the facility. this is going to be the first time that this is done. you will be turned away. proof of age is going to be required. ama: mayor breed says members of city agencies will be on hand checking ids. those who are planning to go are encouraged to take public transportation. dan: two siblings receive two kidney transplants within 24 hours. i will tell you how it happens. ama: that a's raise the team flag and celebrate the opener. >> and in sports the worriers
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dominate denver. we will show you all of the highlights coming up in sports. dan: here's a look at what is coming up ahead on jimmy kimmel live. >> thanks. i have leftover jellybeans. >> she says she is lying to me and she grabs my face and whacks me. i know. ♪
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coming from ucsf children's hospital. ama: two young siblings received kidney transplants within hours of each other. it was a first for the doctor. dan: jr spun -- j.r. stone spoke with the doctor and siblings today. j.r.: this is the pair of siblings who have a rare connecticut condition. because of that, both needed a new kidney but that was until recently. >> we are finishing up dialysis and the doctor heads in with the phone pressed against his ear. he casually goes, do you want a kidney? i completely froze. j.r.: after two years of dialysis treatment, a kidney was now being offered to carswell. >> so i go, what?
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he says, do you want to kidney? i say, yeah, i will take it. dad was on the other side of the room. >> i walk over there and i get this news and just disbelief. not really sure what i was feeling. all of the emotions coming in at one time. >> like what is going on? i just got a kidney offer and i think we had the same look of, oh my god. it was an hour and a half of celebration and going, oh my god. j.r.: as exciting as that news was, it got better for the siblings from antioch. >> i am half waking up from sleeping. and i just hear their say -- them say, it is happening. i glanced up and said, what? but then the gears in my head
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started turning and i immediately got a rush. j.r.: a rush because another kidney had gotten available for matthew hours after carswell's surgery. >> i talked to the parents and why don't you bring matthew in so he doesn't get jealous and he is going to get a transplant too. >> carswell was still recovering from their transplant and things began moving quickly for matthew. >> i went down to matthew's room and the transport unit was already there so i opened the door and yelled at them. it is happening, get up. j.r.: then this priceless moment. >> i love you. >> i love you too. j.r.: sibling love during one of their toughest times yet. the ucsf doctor telling us that in the nearly 2000 transplants he has performed, has never given two new kidneys to two
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siblings than a 24 hour period. the kidneys coming from deceased individuals in the bay area and sacramento area who chose to be donors. >> kidney transplant equals freedom. you are changing the fate of at least eight people. with every part that is donated, you are allowing me to go to college. i am able to walk pretty well, i am able to be a kid. j.r.: and dr.ose -- dr. hirose says so far so good. the kids are doing well. dan: that is an amazing story all the way around. if you are interested in becoming an organ donor, you can sign up on donate life
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california. we will be putting a link on our webpage along with this story. just head to what a great story. ama: so inspiring and we hope that their journey continues to move forward. let's check on whether in the rain. spencer: it is finally beginning to expand beyond the north bay. a lot of the green you are seeing is the moisture not hitting the ground. here's the real thing in the north bay. it was pushing eastward and southward right now. the camera looking back at a part of the skyline of skin francisco -- of san francisco. 60 in san jose. another live view from emeryville looking towards san francisco. the rain hasn't spread far yet. temperatures in the mid-50's. 58 degrees and from our rooftop
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camera looking towards the bar for dara -- the embarcadero, we continue to spread this from the north bay to the overnight hours. a stronger storm will move in. it feels like storms. wednesday and thursday. sunday are and drier weather by develop -- weather will develop by the weekend. through tomorrow morning we can expect scattered showers and less than 2/10 of an inch of rainfall for most of the bay area. we will see the storm continuing to push eastward and southward. there will be lots of wet slippery pavement but the rainfall will be tapering off at that point and ending by midday tomorrow. before we get to the overnight temperatures, the sierra has a winter weather advisory in effect. the overnight lows mainly mid to
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upper 40's. highs tomorrow, upper 50's on the coast, mid 60's around the bay shoreline. inland areas, the 60's up to the 70's. we zoom the forecast animation and on wednesday noticed this widespread and stronger storm coming in continuing through thursday and into friday. we are looking at a generous helping of rainfall from this system. that'll take us to the weekend which will bring us some clearing. each day through friday will only rank one on the abc storm impact scale. this will bring beneficial reign over a nice extended period of time. out of that storm, drier and warmer weather. by next monday we are looking at inland highs of 80 degrees. dan: the world is full of make or break moments. especially if you have postmenopausal osteoporosis
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late night snack, taco bell is bringing back the mexican pizza starting next month. it was first introduced in 1985 but was sliced in 2020 to cut back on costs. under its of thousands of people signed an online petition demanding taco bell put it back on the menu. dan: the people have spoken. the warriors thrilled against the denver nuggets tonight. chris: the shimmy is back. making
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game, stephen curry came off the bench for the warriors. the earlier return in the series against denver. stefan and pool keep them away. the warriors take their first league, spinning and winning. it is a 13-0 run and steph is back. draymond green to jordan poole. they go back to klay and we show it twice. beautiful basketball. steph had seven points than the final half. curry splash. the nuggets head in shock. falling out of bounds, gets it to klay, splash. 21 points to klay.
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steph speeds up close to close, and the shimmy is back. warriors score 44 in the quarter. everything going in. game-high 34 off the bench and the lead is up to 23. yourdon pool on another level -- jordan poole on another level. 29 points for jp and the frustration building over for denver. an ejection and he is gone. draymond green says bye-bye. it is a 2-0 series lead. >> to respond the way we did, i think that a special. that is a very good team. >> that momentum we were able to create, we got the crowd into it. that is playoff basketball in terms of getting a team and you don't have to worry about so many different things makes the game easier. >> will steph definitely be starting soon? >> we will see.
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happened. andrew, dion? >> it is so heartbreaking, thanks. some of the major streaming services are being ripped off because of illegal password sharing market places. industry experts say netflix is losing more than $6 billion a year due to customers dodging subscription fees through those marketplaces. last month, netflix launched an effort to make up some of that by offering to let users add up to two others for a fee. disney plus and hbo max are reportedly suffering losses as well. if you're looking to repurpose leftover easter candy for some reason, here's a handy candy hack. >> you got to check this out. a food blogger suggests melting down chocolate, pouring some in a dish, okay. place cut-up candy and
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chopped up cookies and ma marsh marshmallows. >> let it cool in the fridge and cut it into slices. enjoy that all the way to halloween, and then make another one. >> a reminder, halloween is six months away. another thing you can do for halloween is buy new candy. >> yeah, i mean, i understand choc chaoc chocoholics. also, who has leftover, you got to eat all that, right? >> although i did notice yesterday all the easter candy was 50% off. >> oh, now that's a steal. >> i may have done a little raid. coming up, an entire wedding for $500. plus the pampered pooch who has just set a record as the oldest-living dog. but first, see what happened after a dental patient inhaled a dentist's tool. that's a nightmare fuel right there. you're watching "world news now." you can sell your policy - even a term policy - for an immediate cash payment. we thought we had planned carefully for our retirement. but we quickly


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