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we are getting back to normal. >> totally mind blowing compared to what it used to be. the bay area back open for business, tuesday reopening fast approaching but are some ways of life going to be able to keep up? i will look at one industry already feeling the post pandemic pressure. this is abc 7 news at 9 a.m. live on abc 7 and wherever you stream. we will get to that look at the reopening in just a moment, but first let's go to lisa argent. all upcoming this week, the final week of spring. today we have fog, partly sunny conditions and a low cloud deck all up and down the coast where
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sunshine will be limited. you can see the clouds floating by, 66 in morgan hill and a pretty view here. numbers in the low 70s from the delta, concord, and novato. that will translate into warmer numbers right now and kind of a sticky feeling throughout the afternoon.'s 70s at the beach but limited son for our local beaches, 70s and 80s for a summerlike feel. the week is here, in just two days california will climb out of its restrictions and be able to reopen in full for the first time in more than a year. that impact on the local economy is one of our key focus is. this morning, a closer look at the ride-share industry facing a crunch as people get out
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more. a driver shortage and higher prices. j.r. stone talked with experts about what it all means. >> reporter: huber, lift, taxi, it used to be obvious which one was cheaper but not anymore. the demand for all three rising. and getting back to normal means people want to go places and get rides to those places. >> you have a large demand and a small supply of drivers. >> reporter: larry is a uber and lift driver who says the last two months have been really good to him. >> i stopped driving, i make way big money. >> reporter: you can see that drivers are in hot demand. especially in the east and south bay. until there are more drivers, riders will likely continue to
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pay. >> it's much more expensive. >> it's like a $30 uber. >> my friend just came and visited from connecticut and she arrived last night, the uber cost was like $70. >> it was cheaper to take a regular cab. >> reporter: experts say some drivers have opted to do food delivery. others have found new jobs, some continue to take unemployment. but not those like our friend larry who says he sees the demand and is helping needed. >> is up in the air as to how long these higher prices will last. experts we talked with believe at least three months and possibly until on appointment benefits and for some people. j.r. stone, abc 7 news. >> we have a complete guide with everything that you need to know to prepare for the tuesday reopening date. everything from certain county capacity limits who want to
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take your mask off to what would trigger another shutdown. it is all there for you at abc 7 more than 18.6 million californians are now fully vaccinated against covid. that is nearly 55% of those who are eligible for the shot. another nearly 4 million people are partially vaccinated. on average, the states is close to 143,000 doses are being administered every day. counties are now trying to vaccinate everybody that they can. we did see a different kind of approach in san francisco's tenderloin neighborhood. this is supervisor matt haney who tweeted these photos from saturday emma joining some people from nonprofit code tenderloin to deliver the one dose vaccine to those who still need it. haney says the mobile teams were able to vaccinate people in five minutes. four a 12-year-old girl is now arrested for allegedly starting
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a set of fires in the berkeley hills. one neighbor told us he saw a fire in his backyard on friday and put it out with his hose. it reignited a couple hours later and spread to a nearby shed which set off another explosion. flames then spread to the garage. nobody was hurt in any of the fires. dealing with the real possibility of a wildfire in their backyards. firefighters are running voluntary evacuation drills to get people ready. cornell bernard shows you how they work. >> reporter: first aid kit, masks, water bottles. she shows us her emergency go bag, full of everything she would need to evacuate. there is even a solar charger. >> it'll charge your cell phone, tablet. >> reporter: she grabbed her bag after she and hundreds of neighbors got this alert message on their smart phones.
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this evacuation drill was voluntary but many took part. neighbors were instructed to meet up at this area in selfie park. >> you should always try and go by car. took the drill organized by the southern marin fire district. >> we want to make sure they are aware of how to evacuate, how important it is to practice. >> it's important. no reason not to be prepared. >> reporter: last year there was no drill for sonoma county residents, thousands were chased out by the monster fire which destroyed hundreds of homes. >> it's something we think about all the time. we constantly wonder which is the best way to go. >> reporter: hours later there
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was another drill for residence in mill valley. people got information and a free solar powered emergency radio. >> we want to make sure we do what's right. it's not a matter of if, it's a matter of when. we are prepared. >> reporter: being prepared is so important these days. for more evacuation drills are scheduled here in southern marin later this month. >> it could be a first in the bay area to deal with california's extreme drought crisis, water use will not be monitored in healdsburg and you could face a fine if you exceed the limits. the city ordered all residents and businesses to stop watering lawns and irrigation systems. our washes and hosing down driveways are also off-limits. there he rolling out a new program to provide recycled
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number water to neighborhoods. >> i think we are ahead of many of our neighbors. things are a little bit more dire in our location and some other parts. >> i am a little surprised that people have been really embracing this and not just being angry that they can't access water. i think people understand that we really need to get this done. >> residential customers can use up to 74 gallons of water daily. those who go over it could be fined up to $1000 a day. you probably already know how to conserve your water use emma but if you need a reminder we have some tips. >> i did it in my home, you can do it in your home. >> that is footage from the archives from 1977, it is part
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of my story for this past week about the eight easy ways that you can help save water in a drought. you can find it now on abc 7 and share it with your friends. of course, we gotta get our little water bucket, it really does help save water. >> of course, i've been doing that. temperatures are mild but the mugginess will stick around for another couple days. and be replaced with triple digit heat. we will talk about it next. also ahead, a car catastrophe. new details on the deadly drunk driving crash. witnesses telling us what it was like when the pickup came this unplugged device is protecting our beautiful coastlines and more. put off chores and use less energy from 4 to 9 pm
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monitoring this fire at a recycling plant . it happened at the california waste solutions recycling center near 10th and pine. two buildings caught fire but only one saw heavy damage. nearby debris also caught on fire. >> i don't want her to be breathing all the stuff, you can see that stuff. >> it's really bad. really >> some told us they smelled the smoke as far east as merit. new details about that disastrous deadly crash at a san jose bar outdoor patio. this morning, the manager of the bar is now describing the moments let let up to the crash. it killed a woman and injured two others. we spoke to the bar manager and the employer. >> reporter: agonizing moments at the san jose bar last night
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around 9 p.m. a woman was killed by a suspected impaired driver who plowed a pickup truck through a fence and into a group of customers at a sports says she was lucky, about four feet from the crash and survived thanks to her friend who pulled her away. san jose police arrested him, but in santa clarita county jail for gross particular manslaughter and dui. the suspect sat in his vehicle for about 30 minutes before putting the car in reverse and hitting at least three people. she says they were 30 customers in this area. >> moreno tried to flee after the crash but security guards
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held him down. the woman passenger in the vehicle wasn't injured. the pickup truck had a logo from bay area construction company q easy. tonight, the ceo confirmed to abc 7 news moreno is a field superintendent and said in part, this is truly devastating news. to the two men that were also injured, our feelings are with them in this time as well. we have a long-standing policy that our company vehicles are limited to use during work hours and to and from the job site only. we confirmed he shouldn't have been driving a company vehicle during off hours. san jose police has not identified the vic them of this crash. the bar manager said the woman was at the bar visiting friends and family in the bay area. >> very sad.
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in san francisco castro neighborhood, a memorial to mark five years since 49 members of the lgbtq community were killed in the pulse nightclub massacre. in orlando where the nightclub is located, the names of each victim were read aloud. the owner has since founded the one pulse foundation and announced another round of scholarships in honor of the victims. >> to the outside world, five years is a landmark but for people living in everyday or directly affected, it isn't that long. president biden also saying he will sign a bill dedicating the nightclub as a national memorial. another challenger is stepping into the ring and bringing a massive army of youtube subscribers with him. kevin is a southern real estate broker and he is a democrat.
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he appeared in separate cisco's civic center yesterday. according to the chronicle, about 150 people showed up to this rally. many told the paper they are followers of his meet kevin youtube channel where he has more than 1 million followers. he joins caitlyn jenner, john cox, and roughly 70 others vying to be california's next governor. the last time california recalled the governor was in 2003 and we have put together a documentary about that called total recalled. you will find it on our connected tv apps available to download for apple tv, amazon fire tv and roku. is the second day of commencement ceremonies at stanford. alumna and actress and producer esa ray will give the commencement speech. the class of 2021 asked her to be the speaker because she embodies courage, strength, and resilience. tests are required to wear
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masks and have to provide proof of vaccination or a negative test. congratulations to all the graduates receiving their diploma. a big celebration at uc san diego. three identical trip let's will all get their diplomas and go their separate ways for the first time ever. rena nakano shows you their special bond. >> i am graduating uc san diego this year. i'm not doing this by myself. >> reporter: your eyes do not deceive you, these are twin sisters. extremely rare identical triplets graduating from uc san diego on sunday. they actually do finish each other's sentences. >> even though we've grown independently we still found our way back to each other. >> it's literally been the best four years of our life.
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>> reporter: the sisters say as kids, they did everything together. >> ballet, swim, ice-skating. >> reporter: when it came time for college, they are played -- applied and all got accepted. they joined the same sorority and declared similar majors, tiara and taylor computer engineering. >> our dad, they are both software engineers. >> reporter: the triplets embark on a new separate journey for the first time in their lives. taylor has accepted a software engineering internship in san diego. sierra is heading to milpitas and tiger to oakland. >> reporter: the biggest challenge of being alone >> reporter: but in all seriousness they say they are not worried, they will only be one flight away and they will always have that sister
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connection. >> not even really goodbye, just more like a new >> first time leaving each other. >> it's hard, i have two sisters so i get that. pretty start to the day, we do have some fog but you may have noticed it is awfully mild out there. you can see the fog up and down the coast, you probably heard about the rain pushing up into the pacific northwest but we have fog all the way through southern california and we will have the low clouds and fog each and every day at the shoreline. here's a look at our east bay hills program, you can see the marine layer there. 56 in separate cisco, 71 in
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mountain view, half moon bay 59, still some fog there but we will begin to clear some of this out. upper 60s santa rosa was 72 in novato livermore at 66. dew points in the 50s, usually in the 40s. that's why it feels a little warmer than it actually is even with the marine layer. things won't be back on track until things change again on tuesday. coastal fog and humid again for the afternoon, triple digits wednesday and thursday. it will warm up around the bay but not as much. you can see a little sun at pacifica, still some fog and into monday, we get a pretty good surge of low fog. tuesday, the change begins and
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that's where we will see that big heat into the bay area. upper 60s to low 70s, the breeze will kick in so that will keep us cool as well. as we get into your monday, pretty comfortable out there but still those dew points are going to be here on tuesday. here is a look at what tuesday will look like, you can see the heat nudging into parts of the north bay. it's wednesday and thursday, the hottest days of the week . the delta has an excessive heat watch for thursday afternoon through saturday. you can see why, temperatures will be well over 100 degrees. from sacramento to fairfield and vallejo. looking at 85 today in concord, 80 in
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oakland. it'll feel a little warmer than that due to the mugginess today and tomorrow. then the warming begins, trying things out again on tuesday. 80s around the bay, 60s at the coast, a little warmer at the coast than usual but nothing too extreme. >> is looking hot. thank you. steph curry showing off his off-season assists. off-season assists. what he and nexgard is the flea and tick protection that's #1 with vets. it even prevents the infection that causes lyme disease. your vet trusts nexgard for her patients and her own dog. plus, its delicious beef flavor is #1 with dogs. ask your vet about nexgard. plus, its delicious beef flavor is #1 with dogs. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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thank you for joining us for abc 7 news. we are going to start this half hour with another look at the weather with lisa arjun. >> the middle of the week, especially in inland valleys. as we look live here from our
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roof camera, looks pretty nice doesn't it? we have a lot of sunshine and temperatures are pretty mild, 67 in morgan hill, 67 downtown and accounts -- the clouds scattering nicely. the dew points when they get over 50 degrees it gets muggy. you can see from the mid-50s to the upper 50s, another human day out there but throughout the afternoon it is more 70s and 80s. looking at comfortable numbers at our beaches. that'll be the key for the week ahead. we billing -- begin with the developing news in austin, texas. police say they have made one arrest for the shooting that wounded 14 people saturday morning. witnesses are sharing what they saw on the busy street as victims were rushed to the hospital by police, car, and
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ambulance. >> there was no altercations anywhere. you just hear the gunshots. for rapid gunshots, bodies everywhere. people screaming. >> investigators are pouring through numerous numerous numer new this morning, a brand- new abc 7 news poll on president biden's fitness for for negotiating days before his high-stakes summit meeting with vladimir putin. the poll found 52% of americans say they have a good amount of trust in president biden to negotiate with other leaders. a big event today for the president as well, a meeting with queen elizabeth at windsor castle. abc news congressional correspondent rachel scott has the details. >> reporter: president biden capping off his first global
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summit of his presidency, stopping at a church service for a visit to windsor castle to meet with the queen.the quee. biden is now the 13th sitting president to meet with queen elizabeth. the world's longest reigning monarch celebrating her 95th birthday this this this this th the uk the first stop on the president's eight-day foreign trip. next, brussels to meet with world leaders at the nato summit. >> i think nato you have to really examine eight, it's helping other countries. >> reporter: he wants to make it clear that america's commitment to nato is rocksolid. >> we are back. >> reporter: it appears to be
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breaking through. in their first face-to-face meeting, french president emmanuel macron saying biden is part of the club. >> it's great to have a u.s. president part of the club and willing to cooperate. i think that what you demonstrate is leadership his partnership . >> reporter: all this leading up to the meeting with vladimir putin next week. switzerland already beefing up security. the white house expecting the conversation to be straightforward and candid. >> i think what biden will be doing will be giving some pretty tough messages. as the bay area celebrates pride month, kamala harris was part of the events in dc.
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harris and her husband in the pride parade yesterday morning and it was a bit of a surprise since the event was not listed on her schedule for the day. she addressed the crowd saying biden administration supports the lgbtq immunity and realizes there is more work to be done to protect their rights. we have put together a history of pride month along with a list of events happening all month long. you can find it on our website. a group in san francisco will be handing out free pepper sprays to seniors in chinatown. the latest effort to combat hate crimes against asian americans. >> it's very portable and it's got a nice range of 20 feet. especially focused on giving them to elderly people and people who can't regularly defend themselves. the group says they will give out more than 500 pepper
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sprays along with demonstrations and instruction cards. it will be a poor smith square from 130 to 4:30. go to abc 7 action to find resources to help in this fight . a look at america's changing workforce. many younger employees are saying businesses as usual is not what they are about. abc news economic correspondent has more on this trend. >> the former job i was at decided to no longer honor the working remotely. >> reporter: a career decision made in six minutes. >> i was called into a meeting and that meeting was only six minutes. >> reporter: now with a new employer that supports flexible and remote work.
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>> as a mom of two, i have to tell you, i was able to go see my kindergartner graduate from kindergarten and come back and not feel like i was rushing to work. i didn't have to apologize for being a mom. >> reporter: 81% of people who have been working from home either don't want to go back or prefer a hybrid life. many companies are trying to find the right balance. google, ford, citigroup promising greater flexibility. others saying that remote work is not for those who want to hustle. >> there are some big misconceptions between what leaders think and what this digital generation thanks. they want the flexibility to work where and how they want. >> reporter: others are creating flexibility by choosing to wear many hats, embracing what is now being called holly work.
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>> i am the cofounder of a music contracting site called cosigned, i do some contracting work and then i also host a podcast through my work. >> reporter: they are now able to work several different jobs that are based in different areas throughout the country. >> i know that we definitely feel that way were a lot of our value is derived from the work we do. but if you do a lot of different kinds of work, that kind of stretches your brain in a lot of different ways. >> flexibility is the key concept as the culture of corporate america resets. new details in that viral video from a delta airlines plane cabin. another unruly passenger forcing an emergency landing for making terroristic threats and assaulting flight attendants.
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that was aboard the friday night flight from l.a. to atlanta. several men able to pin him down while he kicks and screams for help. police identified the suspect as an off-duty flight attendant. at one point saying he would take down the plane. >> the perpetrator was on the intercom and was telling passengers to return to their seat because oxygen masks were required. >> the plane landed in oklahoma city where he was put into custody. the federal aviation administration just put out data on these passenger incidents. the agency identified nearly 3000 reports of unruly behavior in 2021. about 2200 are people refusing to comply with the federal mask mandate. not all cases have resulted in penalties but the faa warns punishment can include imprisonment or up to 35 grand in fines. some jobseeking advice.
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it's the first ever vinyl swap in the east bay, vendors are selling genres from every era. this is all happening at west end mercantile in alameda. dozens of vendors will have records, t-shirts and art for sale. the market is open from 11 until five tonight. it's been warm these past pt few mornings, all due to the relative humidity that has been keeping it on the muggy side. we will see temperatures fairly similar to yesterday, explain what that means in combination with the mugginess and the heat on the way all
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first college world series 2008. their team facing elimination, fresno native brock jones had himself a big day. the first of his three homers in the game. alex williams on the mount, tying run to the plate but 10 strikeouts and he just fired up heading back to the cardinals dugout. second homer of the the the made it 8-0 and the crowd at texas tech not not not not not the final out right here, a fly ball to left field and that will be your ball game. cardinals headed to omaha, their first college world series appearance since 2008. giants and that's home run, just inches from going out. and that being a double.
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top of the eighth we are scoreless, extra inning game. base hit to right from lamont wade, giants scored two in the frame. washington had the tying and winning runs on but caleb escapes and the giants win game to. kevin gausman on the hill for the giants, kyle schwarber leading off second pitch and that is way out of here. the giants got nothing going offensively, struck out 10 times including the final at- bat right here. bring your gloves, nice catch right there by the fans in the stands. halfway up the wall and just missed a homer. two rounds will score, lead 3- 0. matt holsen, rbi double
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makes it 4-0. he later hit the 16th of the season, chapman exit stage right. he had three hits and three rbis. ua for european championship between denmark and finland, western erickson collapsed on the field during the match and had to receive cpr on the field. he was eventually carried off in a stretcher before heading to the hospital. he has been stabilized and was awake. pleaded resume eventually and finland won. it will get dangerously hot in some places later. >> not too unusual for mid- june, our last week of spring. definitely these things are what makes the bay area summertime. we are going to get into that as we get towards wednesday. some low clouds and fog, afternoon sea breeze. except for the fact that we
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have been awfully muggy, good healthy marine layer, that sea breeze all making for relative humidity a little bit uncommon around here for the afternoon. the clouds are scattered out, 68 in san jose as well as morgan hill so pretty mild and what a gorgeous view from emeryville where you see some of the clouds there with 73 in novato, low 70s for fairfield. we have an excessive heat watch already posted by the national weather service for the delta and looking at fairfield and napa area, far eastern parts of the delta. so we are going to see the heat encompass sacramental points westward by thursday into friday and saturday. 66 in livermore, it's been pretty nice here with temperatures in the 80s but once again, some of you feeling like it is a little muggy out there. that's the case again today and
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for monday but for to say, the heat arrives and we are going to see triple digit heat wednesday and thursday. looking at some partial son, then some mist and drizzle, only to remain patchy again throughout the afternoon. we still are looking at those dew points, not where they should be despite the usual low cloud deck. as we get into our breeze in the afternoon, that should be pretty nice once again up to about 25 and 30 miles per hour. then once again into your monday, that typical sea breeze allowing for the breeze into the inland valleys and as we get to your monday, very similar to today. as we get to the afternoon into tuesday, this is when the heat arrives with mid 90s for the
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delta and looking at about 80, so not too bad although climbing through the 80s in the north bay. this is wednesday and you will notice that we are over 100 degrees. wednesday already getting pretty hot so wednesday, thursday the hottest days of the upcoming work week for east bay and south bay. even though we are going to see these 80s by the bayshore, doesn't look like we will get into the 90s. 79 in santa clara, 80 today in cupertino, palo alto 80 degrees, downtown upper 60s, low 60s for the sunset and to the low 80s in santa rosa. on the east bay we've got mid 70s but it's going to be that kind of odd mid 70s where it feels warmer than that. 77 in fremont and in the mid-
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80s for concord and breezy through the delta. a little change today through tomorrow with that mild to muggy feel along the coast, humid inland and the warming begins on tuesday. summer is really an important time for young people to earn money, but demand for jobs is high as businesses are starting to ramp up after getting hit by the pandemic. we are tracking the economy. david lui has some leads and tips on how to land a summer job. >> reporter: a summer job is not only important for a resume or college application and also to help families with income lost during the pandemic. opportunities for all program has already received 3000 job applications. >> we've already seen 900 person increase compared to
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