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broad daylight at this san francisco bus platform. what san francisco leadership says needs to happen next. >> san francisco is back in the yellow tier. and that means roller rinks are opening back up. right charlese. >> relief from the heat is coming to an end. >> finding a way to hit back. abc 7 news starts right now. this is horrific, disgusting another attack on asian others in our community. an attack in broad daylight on a busy san francisco street. two women were stabbed at a bus stop. good evening and thank you joining us. i'm a ouhappen d leout what nes to be
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men tir 80s and 60s are in san francisco general hospital receiving treatment right now. a city official tells me one woman was stabbed in the arm and torso. the other woman in the elbow. everyone i've spoken to today is absolutely horrified that this happened. >> i was kind of worried because my back was turned. it could have been me instead. >> reporter: patricia lee was working at the flower stand when she saw a man walk by her with a knife in his hand. >> it was a pretty big knife. it has knuckles in the handle and he had like a blade. the blade has like holes in there. like a military knife. >> scott: see says the man walked to the muni platform and stabbed two men. >> ben: the back was turned and all i see was the the flying. he walked away like sunday morning. >> how does that make you feel? >> unsafe and feel like we need
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more officers patrolling. >> reporter: officers canvassed the area. sfpd arrested the suspect a 64- year-old san francisco man. >> this is something that is happening to asian people in our communities specifically. this is a pattern. >> scott: the stabbing and arrest happened in san francisco's supervisor matt haney's district. >> it was broad daylight on market street with a crowd of people. how did this happen. >> it's hard to imagine anything more disgusting and awful. these folks were waiting for the bus. they were targeted. this is an environment where your broad daylight people are around where you should be safe. >> what can the city do to keep people safe? because this shouldn't happen any time of day. >> yeah, it shouldn't happen any time of day. we have to hold people accountable who are committing crimes like this. we have to have police in areas
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where people need to be safe and have them more visible. >> reporter: police tell me they do not have evidence of hate crime but are not ruling it out. i'm told assault with a deadly weapon are possible. i heard a few moments ago that both women are out of the surgery. they're stable and their families are with them and of course we wish them a speedy recovery. firefighters have had a busy few days in the bay area. a car fire late this afternoon hisicountyraced crews were mopping up around 6:30. you can see smoke and ashy smoke still rising into the air. the flames came dangerously close to some fire lines. also in the north bay, firefighters had a small wildfire in santa rosa under control tonight. it started in the area of leslie road and spring road and
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burned a couple of acres. there's no word on what started that fire. businesses are preparing to reopen. the county is the first in the bay area to reach the less restrictive yellow all others are waiting to open and they remain in the red. >> i didn't think the yellow tier was ever going to come. >> reporter: but it has. and the roller rink will open friday for more than just me and this little 6-year-old. good news after they tried to unsuccessfully tried to open twice in the orange tier and was shut down by the city. >> now is my turn. i'm on top of the world. we're ready. we're prepared and the funky good time will continue. >> reporter: funky times will be continuing a week from thursday at california academy of sciences night life. a weekly nighttime event with a
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d.j. that had become popular before the pandemic. >> we just felt it was kind of a perfect time to bring back night life. it is a big well ventilated space and we're taking as many precautions as we can. >> reporter: while business travel isn't yet back. leisure travel is. says those at hotel zepellin. >> people are having more confidence now that the city and the tiers are loosening up restrictions. >> reporter: there is a hope and a wonder if that trend will continue. >> the question is now what's the pubic's tier. what's their comfort zone. are people going to feel comfortable going into a movie theater. are they going to feel comfortable going into a sporting event. are they going to feel comfortable going into a bar. >> come friday this roller rink will be at 50% capacity. so me, charlese and 90 plus
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other people. >> what i'm going to do is get back on the saddle. or back on the roller skates and we're going to role and we're going to have a funky good time. >> jr stone. stay on your feet jr. >> tonight the wake continues for marin county which failed to move into the yellow tier today. the county said it missed the mark by unvaccinated people. marin stays in the same tier with a chance to advance on may 18th. >> to qualify counties must have an infection rate of fewer than 2 cases a day. tonight president biden has a new strategy to get more americans vaccinated against covid by july 4th. >> our goal by july 4th is to have 70% of adult americans at
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least one shioams llccated. that means getting close to 100 million shots. >> reporter: the president layed out a new phase of the vaccine push. first focusing on vaccinating 12 to 15-year-olds with the fda expected to give pfizer the green light in the coming days. >> we're ready to move immediately. immediately move to make about 20,000 pharmacy sites across the country ready to vaccinate those adolescents as soon as the fda grants it's okay. referee: the plan also shifts from mass vaccinate sites to smaller more convenient locations and boosting vaccine confidence. >> now we're going to have to bring the vaccine to are less eager. >> reporter: about 32% of the county has dropped to just under 2.3 million doses. meanwhile pfizer says in september it will seek
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clearance for use of the fda for children aáeupblgs 2 to 11. >> ben: in 1 children ages 2 to 11. >> ben: it comes as the county is shifting its focus to mobile vaccination to better reach under served communities. >> scott: moving on, governor newsom is fighting to keep his job tonight with renewed vigor as the recall effort picks up steam. take a look at the bear that accompanied one candidate. it comes as two candidates dropped campaign ads. the latest on the effort and how governor newsom is responding. >> reporter: no this isn't zoo but a campaign spot for republican candidate john cox. yes the same john cox who ran against newsom in 2018. he's again running and brought this actual live bear to make
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his point and get publicity. >> it's the choice between the beauty and the beast. >> reporter: cox is calling for beastly changes. and is running this attack ad. >> california's choice, beauty. >> pretty boy. >> or beast. >> reporter: cox's second stop of the day in napa county at >>eauthereau. the french lay. >> reporter: remember newsom beat cox in a landslide. we asked cox why he thought this time would be different. >> the state of california is far different today than it was three years ago. >> reporter: cox is clearly trying to make a sp including celebrity caitlyn genre which showed photos of newsom at the french laundry. >> california need a disrupter.
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a compassionate disrupter. i came here with a dream 48 years ago to be the greatest athlete in the world. now i enter a different kind of race. arguably my most importantly one yet to save california. >> scott: meanwhile governor newsom is entering full campaign mode. today he appeared before the firefighters union. he called newsom a waste of time and money. >> today is not the time to waste millions of the dollars on nothing sph-rpb a power grab. this is and forgive me a republican backed recall. >> scott: back here french laundry, this restaurant has played a big effort. after newsom was spotted dining here they got 400 more cigtures
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that was more than 1/3 required. get ready to cut back on your water use. new mandatory water restrictions were just ordered for one bay area county. >> coming up, trying to clob covid-19. pinatas offering some relief during the pandemic. >> the delicate operation to rescue this great horned owl. >> i'm meteorologist sandhya patel. if it was too warm for you, some warmer temperatures under way along with some
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warming again for mother's day weekend so if you like the warm weather it'll be back. want show you what will be returning tomorrow. the fog will be in. it's going to hang around into the evening and we're going to introduce some drizzle as that system the low pressure system i just showed you moving to our north. it's going to squeeze out a little bit of moisture here which will help to add a little more fuel. moisture to the fuels vegetation. hopefully keeping the fire danger down temporarily at least. temperatures in the 40s, 50s obviously with this drought. and the very dry conditions from the lack of rain were in the fire season no matter what. high temperatures in the south bay, 86 in morgan hill. 77 in milpitas. 57 degrees in half-moon bay. 58 pacifica. fog is going to linger along
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the coastline. 59 degrees in the nsri 62 san francisco. 78 in san rafael. 80 in napa. 71 in oakland. 78 union city. 90 in fairfield. 88 in liver livermore. and the wind will be breezy tomorrow but it will be thursday that the wind get gusty. 30, 40 miles per hour and those winds will drop the temperatures. the accu weather 7 day forecast. how about from 90 to 78 degrees. much cooler thursday. we're looking at a nice mother's day weekend wide variety of temperatures. variety of temperatures. ama
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today was star wars day or may the 4th be with you day. people all over the world are
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batteries and first aid kit are a good start to learn more, visit safetyactioncenter.pge.com good evening he needs more help. we said it countless times this season. steph curry ran out of gas tonight in new orleans. another win slips away from new orleans. but new orleans such a fun city. y s e gets it back. what do you do? shoot of course. curry finished with 37. he was literally shooting the
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lights out. look at this. never seen this. well super bowl a few years ago with the niners but that was made attempt and then curry struggled after that. lonzo ball has turned himself into a player. step back. pelicans up 2 hits. curry goes 1 for 12. going with the potential. the pels win it 108-108. on to baseball, a's and blue jays, chris bassett doing interviews with a water bottle that's how i started. 2-run single to right in the second. ride the wave. still in the second. mitch moreland that is 2-run homer, 1-0 run. a's win 4-1. giants and rockies had a double header we start with
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game t of the night cap which i'm sure they can use. first-inning he took the belt out. he had 7-rbis on the day. lose it in camilo duvall gives out a bomb. rocks win game 2. 8-6. let's rewind a time like we had the xfinity stone. let's go backward. cold, rainy in denver this afternoon. giants score in the run to make it 9-0. then buster posey will go opposite field out to right for his 7th of the season. and the giants would coast to a 12-4 win. so on the day they split a
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