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>> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. >> stampede at a music festival. astro world is now canceled and what investigators are saying moments before the incident. good morning everybody. you are watching abc 7. you can watch it live on abc 7, hulu and wherever you stream. first, let us start with a quick look at the weather with lisa arjun. lisa: good morning. starting out with clouds, and we run the risk of a slight shower in the north bay as a front to the north of us weekends --
weakens. all the precipitation is to the north. northbay could see a few sprinkles otherwise it was a dry weekend with made 50's in oakland. this is milder than it was 24 hours ago. five outsi a littl clouds keeping temperatures in the 50's and 60's with a few peaks of sun east and south. a more substantial weather system to track for you by the early part of the week coming up. liz: developing news from houston. investigators are trying to determine what led to a deadly stampede at a crowded music festival. eight people were killed, and hundreds of others were hurt including a 10-year-old child. the chaos broke out last night at the astroworld festival. the houston fire chief says
around 9:15, a cloud of 50,000 people began to move towards the front of the stage and there were several people on the ground experiencing cardiac arrest. organizers stopped the concert when it became apparent that people were hurt. the rest of astroworld has been canceled. the festival organized by travis scott was set to feature 21 savage and earth, wind, and fire. we will keep you posted on that story. a great small is expected -- the great mall is expected to open after normal business days. employees and shoppers ran and hid as news spread of an active shooter that it turned out to be a false alarm. they were given the all clear about two hours after police responded. tim johns has the details on what caused the chaos. tim: scenes of chaos and confusion outside of the great
mall friday night. >> everyone was panicking and trying to go to the back of the store. >> my wife was two stories down and all i could think of what was happening with her. tim: the police department received reports of a fight possibly involving a knife that had broken out inside the mall. >> when they arrived there was also unrelated reports of a possible shooting that had occurred within the burlington coat factory store. tim: those two separate incidents sends them all into lockdown as people seeing others running away from the pandemonium assumed there was an active shooter. the police department said they found no evidence of a shooting within the mall. the response was quick and forceful. san jose pd and the santa clara county sheriff's partners -- office responding. >> unfortunately in the world we live in this is too commonplace, because of that we trained to
respond to situations like that. tim: similar incidents have occurred over the past several years. >> this i believe would be the third time with the last two years that we responded in this manner to an incident that occurred. >> experiences that say help to prepare them for friday's events. ryan tran was barricaded inside of the mall for over an hour. >> working at great mall, this does occur a lot, so we were just pretty much equipped to stay calm and get through it. liz: san francisco school leaders and parents are calling for an investigation after a district meeting was zoom boom bombed. we have more on the ramifications that is still being felt. luz: members of the unified equity and auction committee are demanding an investigation. this was a moment an identity --
an unidentified person hacked the zoom committee meeting focused on countering racism in public schools. >> calling them racist names, using the n-word and showing these images. luz: 40 pitner witnessed the attack, one was a parent and volunteer. >> do you feel like this incident was targeted towards this community? >> absolutely, this community has been under the attack since the thought of its inception. luz: she had her computer connected to her living room tv and her three children witnessed the attack and actually saw -- accidentally saw the pornographic images. >> i do not know how my daughter is processing it, but i am worried about it, and it will require counseling. luz: a similar incident happened in an antiracism lesson at lowell high school. >> this was in your face, and
the black community and all of our allies should not rest this ceases. luz: the board of education president says that they are considering extra layer's of protection for their upcoming meetings. >> i believe there needs to be a police investigation and we need to see its linkage to another of the number -- of other issues, threats, and violent behaviors we have seen around similar discussions. liz: are set to approve $2.5 million to settle a lawsuit filed by the mother of a man shot and killed by a rookie officer. this happened almost four years ago. 42-year-old o'neill had carjacked a state lottery van and led officers on a chase to the bayview district. when he got out and started running, a rookie officer fired
his gun through the window of his patrol car, killing o'neill, who was unarmed. the officer had been on the force four days. >> i know that these cases would cause police officers, when nestle necessary to pause before using deadly force. liz: he was fired after the shooting and is still facing manslaughter charges. walgreens will start vaccinating children against covid today. appointments are available on their website. hundreds of children got vaccinated in contra costa county. several other counties will begin vaccinations including marin and san mateo counties. san francisco is celebrating the first full day of vaccinations for children today and they are holding a family event in the excelsior forest. that will be held at 20 mission street and it is home to many
essential workers. with younger children getting vaccinated, kid friendly event venues hope that they will see a strong boost in business. the economy is a key part of building a better bay area. ryan curry spoke with business owners who say that their phones have been ringing off of the hook. ryan: it is friday night and ryan wagoner's family is enjoying a round of minigolf. >> we try to find as many things we can do that are outside and that we can do as a family. ryan: they went outdoors because the safer for his kids. on saturday, that will change. >> we are getting the vaccine tomorrow night, so pretty excited we have been through a long season, so we are excited to be able to start to open things back up and get back to normal. ryan: business has slowly been rebounding but as more people are eligible, people can try for a hole in one.
>> booked solid this month and for next month, i think it will keep getting better and better. ryan: sean howard is the owner and thinks that as kids get vaccinated he will see plenty of families come through. >> it will get more birthday parties, more word gets around, the more we get, the busier we keep getting as we have been open for over a year. ryan: and he is not the only one. many families did not fail safe playing games -- feel safe playing games or laser tag. >> we have issues that we have parents that are hesitant about having their kids come to birthday parties. ryan: with the new eligibility he expects business to bounceback. >> we hope that the parents will look at it that way and be more comfortable allowing their kids to come to laser tag parties and get back out and do things that kids and families should be able to do together. ryan: in the east bay, ryan
curry. liz: today is a walk to end alzheimer's in san francisco. we are a proud sponsor of this event. everyone taking part will carry a flower that represents their personal tie. purple are in memory of someone lost. yellow honor those caring for someone with the disease. reggie will mc the event starting at 10:00 down pier 27 -- on pier 27. you can donate by visiting alz .org/walk. let us get a check of the forecast. lisa: dry with temperatures below average and plenty of clouds continuing to stream in ahead of this system to our north. the question is if we are going to see rain. if we do, it will be light with a stronger system well offshore that will move in after the weekend. details coming up. ryan: also -- liz: also, the house passed the
liz: the house is celebrating after passing a $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill after democrats result a month-long standoff. ty hernandez has the details. >> three months after passing the senate the bipartisan infrastructure bill is headed to president biden's desk for his signature. it cleared the final hurdle. passage in the house late friday night. >> on this about the yays 248. the motion is adopted. >> the deal will invest in
roads, bridges, broadband, and transit. after the house passed the bipartisan infrastructure bill the chamber held a procedural vote on the 1.75 trillion dollar build back better plan. moderate house democrats wanted to postpone the vote until congressional budget office releases its cost estimate. democratic leaders agreed to the request. >> we had hoped to be able to bring both to the floor today. some members want more clarification and validation of numbers that had been put forth that it is fully paid for, and we honor that request. >> a final vote on the social spending plan is expected later this month even if the bill manages to pass the house before thanksgiving which is a deadline democrats imposed themselves. centrist senators and procedures will we work or drop key elements from the bill.
here is joe manchin on cnn. >> i always say that i am a responsible west virginia democrat, and i am fiscally responsible and socially compatible -- compassionate. >> it would expand the social safety net and deliver the largest investment yet to fighting climate change. for the larger spending bill, speaker pelosi plans to bring it up for a vote the week before thanksgiving. liz: the caldor fire has created a fire -- a challenge for winemakers in el dorado county. this winery is located on the line of the fire and they are working to keep the taste of ash out of their bottles. 95 tons of grapes have been harvested and right away he could just taste the remnants of smoke. up the road at lava cap winery, 53% of its production was impacted. >> it was a shame we were not able to get all of the cabernet off, but given the scale of the
risk i think we escape relatively unscathed. liz: some varieties are impacted more than others because of the way that the grapes absorb smoke ounds through their skins. a san francisco woman is facing possible blindness in one eye after being shot by a painful -- by a paintball. zoe was sitting at a bus stop waiting for a ride home after friday's concert when somebody drove by and shot paintballs at her and her boyfriend. a paintball hit her in the left lower eyelid, cut her skin and left her bleeding. >> i was hit in my leg, and then in my eye and hand, because i felt my hand staying, and i was like peeling something off of my face. the sec. i came to iowa was like i am blind i cannot see, because everything was very dark at that point. liz: the paintball likely damaged the lens of her eye and
doctors do not know if the blindness will be permanent. she is unable to work and might face cataract surgery in the future. her boyfriend has set up a gofundme account to help pay for her medical bills. daylight savings time ends tomorrow morning and the debate continues if it is actually a good thing. in 2018 californians voted to get rid of it but that has been held up by the federal government. the department of transportation supports it saying that it saves energy and results in fewer traffic fatalities. some doctors believe that not having a time change is better for our bodies. daylight savings time officially ends sunday at 2:00 a.m. and coming up in our 6:00 a.m. our you will have a love -- a live interview with the american academy of sleep medicine to talk about the impact. today's san francisco restaurant, manny's, is celebrating its birthday with a
circus. it is a political carnival to bring attention to the 2022 midterm elections. there will be a life petting zoo, lou animals and a dunk tank. this is happening at manny's near 16th and valencia going from 2:00 until 5:00 p.m. let us get a check of the forecast, dry today and a pretty clear drive into the city. lisa: yesterday we had milder conditions because it was slightly sunnier. the clouds were thicker and could lead to a little bit of rain. overall it will bring cooler conditions and you can see clouds behind me. we will set up a pretty nice sunday before we get into significant rain. here is a look at live doppler 7 or you can see along the north coast some returns. as we get closer, moisture clost offshore. right now we are looking at dry
conditions looking for our winter weather advisory from 11:00 this morning and in through midnight. dixie 500 feet of three to six inches of snow and wind. 50, san mateo. 55, oakland. 52, san rafael. we turn our clocks back an hour. it is setting at 6:05 and then tomorrow night the sun sets at 5:04. as we look at the forecast, patchy clouds this morning, a bit of fog, otherwise the clouds linger and then a sunnier sunday with monday -- with rain returning monday into tuesday. here is a look at the cloud cover and a few light showers. here it is at midday where we might see a light shower,
otherwise the clouds move on out later overnight. a couple of hundreds in the north bay -- a couple of hundredths is what we could see. a weak to moderate atmospheric river arriving monday night into the overnight hours. and then, showers linger into tuesday. you can see some of the sierra snow piling up once we get the cold air in and then we will get into cold and dry conditions. rainfall amounts an inch and a quarter in san mateo. upwards of two inches to the north of coastal hills. respectable amounts. look at that inch in san jose, i do not know if i believe that. as the timing gets closer we will see how it plays out and where the heaviest rain is likely. looking at gusty wind and up in the north bay. richmond, 67.
62, san rafael. that extra hour of sleep tonight as we fall back, and tomorrow looking at more sun and a level 1 system monday afternoon into tuesday with the rainfall accumulation. writer skies on wednesday and sunny and mild the rest of the week. looking forward to that sleep and more rain. liz: nice to get that extra hour. looking to book a vacation? why some domestic flights could cost more than international travel. michael finney explains. people everywhere living with type 2 diabetes are waking up to what's possible with rybelsus®. ♪ you are my sunshine ♪ ♪ my only sunshine... ♪ rybelsus® works differently than any other diabetes pill to lower blood sugar in all 3 of these ways... increases insulin when you need it... decreases sugar... and slows food. the majority of people taking
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december holiday flights are available, but you better book fast. for winter travel, spring, and summer, here is how are experts that you can land a deal. >> my favorite way to state -- to save money is to travel to places that people do not want to go or traveling to places that people do want to go during the time periods they do not want to go. michael: remember that hotels could be the largest part of your travel budget, he was service like hotwire and search for last-minute deals. >> it is cool because you can save up to 60% on these hotels, and get a four or five star hotel for a two or three star price. >> we are in a golden moment for booking flights to europe. michael: how do you get a deal? >> be vigilant and be ready to jump on it. the lower the price the faster it goes away. liz: the venerable marines club
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>> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. liz: good morning for joining us live on abc 7 hulu live, and wherever you stream. we will start with a look at the weather. lisa: 7:40, that is our latest sunrise this morning, the sun is setting at 6:05. right now, 55, san leandro. 54, hayward. cloudy skies for all of us. 46, santa rosa. it is mild in the north bay and oakland. five degrees warmer than yesterday. a lot of clouds ahead of a system that is really going to fall apart to the north of us. 9:00 cloudy. noon, low 60's with a light sprinkle around napa along the coast. and then into the afternoon we are in the mid 60's.
certainly a cooler day with the cloud cover but it looks like the best chance of rain will be the first half of the day up in the north bay talking about life -- light sprinkles. a dry weekend and then a level 1 and level two system to timeout. liz: pfizer announced its own covid pill, if taken within days of getting system -- symptoms it cuts down the rate of possibly should that hospitalization or death. >> a potential new weapon, pfizer announcing early trial results of its antiviral pill show that it cut the risk of hospitalization or death by 89%. >> it was exciting to know that there could be an option to provide patients that could save lives. >> it was given to high-risk patients with end -- within days of developing covid systems. it was after merck said there
drug cut the risk of hospitalization or death in half. >> this does not replace the need for vaccination. the vaccines represent our most effective way to reduce risk. >> unlike monoclonal antibody treatments even through an iv, they can be taken at home over five days. soon after a person test positive. merck's drug is on track for potential authorization and pfizer's by 2022. >> once we get over this delta wave, i think that's therapeutic and other interventions really marked the end of the pandemic for the united states. >> when it comes to vaccinations for kids, walgreens and cvs will offer shots over the weekend, plus parents can surge from 10,000 locations across the country on the federal website, vaccines.gov or call their pediatrician. liz: we assembled a panel to answer questions about vaccines
and your children, one question that comes up is a long-term effects of the vaccine. >> we do not know what the long-term effects from covid-19 itself so if parents really want to protect their kids, protect them against the actual virus, covid-19. liz: if you missed the conversation you can watch it on roku, apple tv, fire tv, and andrew tv. search abc 7 bay area to download it. you could see long lines at sfo or other airports on monday because after an 18 month travel ban, international adult travelers will be able to enter the u.s. but they must show proof of covid vaccination and a negative test. airline executives said that things could be slow monday as everyone adjusts. the land borders with canada and mexico will also open. kaiser permanente pharmacists
are going on strike, according to "the chronicle." the guild professional pharmacist union announced that they would strike november 15 through november 22 which will impact operations at all kaiser outpatient pharmacies in northern california. of care officials say they hope to reach an agreement before november 15. california saw one of the largest increases in gas prices this week. the price of a gallon of regular gas went up by four cents pushing the average price to $4.62. in some places in the bay area, prices are starting around five dollars a gallon. >> it is pretty insane. i am just at the station because it is on my way to where i am going. liz: the most expens the most the state can be found in moto county. drivers can expect to pay around
500 -- not 500, five dollars $5.38 a gallon for regular. a san francisco police sergeant known for helping addicts get off the streets is accused of robbing a right aid as he battled his own pain peel -- pill dish -- addiction. melanie has the story. melanie: he has been with the department 27 years where he was known as a dedicated officer, husband, and father which is why those who knew him are stunned at the allegations. >> everybody is shocked. melanie: a spokesperson said that while off-duty, he robbed the right aid -- rite aid. >> it is my understanding that the sergeant walked into a rite aid armed with a weapon, that is not his duty weapon with no
demanded -- and demanded he be given prescription medication, the ones on the basis of his addiction and upon leaving the store he was tackled by sheriffs or police officers arrested for the offense. tim: he kept -- melanie: he kept his addiction hidden and began using 2010 after a doctor prescribed them to him. he protect that she'd that she provided these pictures. cole was assigned to the field operations bureau and placed on unpaid leave. according to the brass, he was involved in the healthy streets outlook command where he helped those with substance abuse issues get off the streets. >> he was probably a very sympathetic ear to a lot of addicts and able to understand their struggle while also not being able to overcome the struggle himself. melanie: steve flagstaff says that he posted a $57,500 bail and his arraignment is >> >>
scheduled november 18. they have sworn to uphold the law and then the question becomes paramount. melanie: when we asked the attorney's office if they will review any of his cases a spokesperson said that they are looking into this. he is now in rehab. liz: new details, vegas raiders receiver henry ruggs is facing two additional felony charges following the car crash. it left a 23-year-old woman dead. the former player was charged with dui resulting in substantial bodily harm and reckless driving. there is now another dui charge along with an additional reckless driving count due to the incident -- injuries suffered by his girlfriend who was a passenger. he faces a misdemeanor gun charge. prosecutors say he was driving 156 miles per hour when he rear-ended the victim's car and
had a blood-alcohol level more than twice the legal limit. he is due back in court on wednesday. in the north bay, the formal grateful dead -- the former grateful dead fastest said he would be clothing. terrapin crossroads is located across the creek. they could not agree on a new lease with the city. he said that terrapin crossroads was always a community and could open elsewhere. after 11 years, blue bottle coffee is closing its original location. their lease ended in 2019 and it moves its operations to sacramento and its offices to old low -- old oakland. but the landlord let them continue to operate until the tenant signed a new lease. the location will close after tomorrow. today the navy will christen the usns harvey milk in honor of the late politician and sumer -- civil and human rights activist
who served in the navy as a diving officer. he was elected to the san francisco board of supervisors in 1977. he became the first openly gay elected official in california. he was assassinated on november 27 1978. his nephew will deliver the principal ceremonial address. still ahead, we have been hearing a lot about setting goals to combat climate change. now, meet the scientist who can help us know if we are meeting those goals. in the meantime here is a live look outside. looking out at the golden gate bridge. we will check in with lisa coming up. hi, my name is cherrie. i'm 76 and i live on the oregon coast.
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snowboards and apparel. this festival runs from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. and tomorrow from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. there are vip passes that come with lift tickets. you can check out free live music along the great highway. great highway park initiative and kid safe sf is putting on a family-friendly event featuring three local bands. it is happening from 3:00 until 6:00 p.m. also, the recreational dungeon is crab season opens with some regulations. grabbers are free to use traps, hoop nets and snares from the oregon border to the sonoma-mendocino county line. due to potential entanglement of humpback whales and sea turtles use of crab traps are prohibited between the simone -- sonoma-mendocino county line and
health officials warned that they detected toxic levels of an acid in crabs caught between the sum -- the sonoma-and oc no county line and point reyes. fresh crab will be hard to get this year because of that. earlier this week the california department of fish and wildlife announced at the beginning of the commercial season would be delayed. so, i know we had the same issue last year, a lot of people like their crab for christmas and it might be hard to get. lisa: we are doing pretty well in the weather department because we have more weather systems or storms to track, which is kind of fun. temperatures are in the mid 50's and we are looking at a cool day with a lot of cloud cover and we will track
tracking for several years is now on display for the world at the cop26 summit. it was developed at uc berkeley by a researcher who believes it can be a powerful tool in the fight against climate change. dan ashley has the story. dan: for a university of california researcher you can say the fight against climate change began on rooftops like the observatory as part of a large network of sensors that blanket the east bay and parts of san francisco. over much of the last decade he has tat -- tracked levels of carbon dioxide along major bay area highways and local neighborhoods. it is a kind of data that could help cities monitor the aggressive carbon reduction goals being set out at the cop26 conference. >> especially cities are making big claims and ambitious targets , and we want to help them understand that if they are on track. dan: to grab the attention of
those partners he began installing the sensors where they could get noticed by a worldwide audience, the city of glasgow itself. >> we started in august and so o we have had 10 operating since the first of august so we have a three months -- a three month record. dan: they are able to detect trends. recently his team was able to document the dramatic drop in co2 emissions when bay area roads emptied out during the initial covid shelter-in-place, seen in green. he says the system is now up and running in los angeles as well with talks underway on the east coast and with at least one city in the u.k.. >> and is fabulous to see it coming to fruition in ways that will be helpful to cities as i try to manage greenhouse gases. dan: and perhaps play an important role in documenting our progress in the worldwide campaign against climate change. liz: even after cop26 ends,
sensor system will monitor greenhouse gases as well as psun innce we have a sensor locad i good to some innovative work coming out of this conference and we hope there is real change. lisa: interesting, a big drop in carbon emissions was believe it or not in 2020 and march when we were into peak covid, and there was no commuting, and people were not going out. that is when we saw an artificial reduction. as we look at our satellite imagery you see the system up to the north that will fall apart as it swings to the south and a few showers before it falls apart. in the mountains creating gusty wind and a winter weather advisory through midnight. the to six inches of snow for the west slopes and greater lake tahoe every -- area.
highway 50 a.d., pass was impacted there. 53, concord. temperatures are mild with widespread 50's and a few 40's. it was pretty cold the past couple of mornings. tonight we get the extra hour of sleep and the sun is not up until 740 this morning and sets at 6:05 tonight. and tomorrow night at 5:04. here are the highlights with the cloud cover looking at a little bit of fog and a lot of cloud cover lingering until a weak front pushes through. breezy wind behind it as it pushes through we could see light showers in the north bay with clearing behind it into sunday. here is a look at the shower potential in the north bay through the early part of the day. here it is at noon we could see a light sprinkle. by late in the day, clouds clearing and i to be
cool nightso, that is the syste. we are skipping ahead to monday afternoon where we will have dry conditions until the evening commute, 8:00 we have rain becoming widespread and heavy into tuesday. tuesday looks like a lot of shower activity and then at ends , but not before a moderate atmospheric river could bring half an inch to upwards of two inches across the bay area. still waiting for a higher resolution model to come into pinpoint the heaviest rain that it will be pretty consistent with the decent rainmaker heading our way monday into tuesday. that will be a level 1 system and then a level two system throughout the afternoon. 64, oakland and the wind will be gusty as well. 65, fremont. the accuweather 7 day forecast, the acts -- the extra hour of sleep that's dark earlier with a little more sun in the
afternoon. windy and rainy for the first part of tuesday and then mild to rest of the week. liz: tonight the sharks will be back on the ice and san jose faces the new jersey devils. the puck drops at 7:30. multiple golden bear players will be missing due to covid protocol. kickoff is at noon. san jose state battles nevada at reno at 7:00. the warriors are back in action against the houston rockets. last night they won their third straight game eating the pelicans. here is larry beil the highlights. larry: good morning. the rest of the nba starting to notice this warriors roster. it is starting to feel a little like the glory after the total destruction of the pelicans. klay thompson getting the cardio in. steph curry, 4-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3
nobody to start -- to stop him down broadway. look at him threading the needle to jordan poole. 36 assists. it took 53 -- he took 50 3's. the route is on gary payton the second. we love the reactions from james wiseman as the warriors low out new orleans 126-85 improving a record 7-1. fear the beard, the nets might. harden loses the ball, it rolls into the backcourt. james cardin going back it -- back at it. nets won the game, but that is just embarrassing. aaron rodgers tried to explain his position on not getting vaccinated that only made things worse. he claims that he is allergic to ingredients in the pfizer and moderna shots which is extremely rare.
he said his -- he is concerned about side effects with the j&j shot. he has covid and is getting treatment advice from podcast host and noted nonscientist, joe won't -- joe rogan. he repeated this gem that we have covered a thousand times. >> if the vaccine is so great, then how come people are still getting covid and spreading covid, and fortunately dying from covid? larry: one more time, the vaccine is not 100% protection against getting covid. it was designed to keep you out of the hospital or perhaps the morgue. college football, david shaw has not had many nights like this. stanford hosting utah. raytheon thomas over the cardinal. 100 three rushing yards in the first half. the cardinals were down 38-0. i would be dancing too.
this is from the 1-yard line. that is the rare one-yard pick six. i do not think i receive that. utah demolishes the cardinal, 52-7. that is a wrap on the morning sports, had a great weekend. liz: next, the holidays are just around the corner where hundreds of artists will be so that you can get some shopping done
when you hear the word healthy it always feels a little out of reach. but it's all about the baby steps. maybe it's a jump or eating something green. or taking mom to get that vaccine. ♪ healthier means bringing stuff to the folks ♪ ♪ that really need it. ♪ ♪ like help at 2 am or care that's right at home. ♪ ♪ believe it. ♪ ♪ and caring for them all means ♪ ♪ we're doing healthier right. ♪ ♪ so, let's do it all together people, ♪ ♪ 'cause this is what healthier looks like. ♪
liz: welcome back. you can get your holiday shopping started at the fair in san francisco. hundreds of artists will have products on display this weekend. you can buy jewelry, clothing, and much more. there will be food, drinks, and workshops. the fair runs from 11:00 to 5:00 today and tomorrow. if you go, you must show proof of vaccination. masks are required. next at 6:00 a.m., a music
festival is now canceled after a deadly stampede. the investigation is underway right now. a shooting scare at a south bay mall. we hear from shoppers and workers about the moments in evacuated. -- being evacuated. >> across the country's bank accounts were drained in seconds. >> i want to cry. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
astroworld is now canceled. what investigators are saying moments before the incident. good morning everybody. it is saturday, november 6. you are watching abc 7. watch it live on abc 7, hulu and wherever you stream. we are going to get into the details of that festival in a moment. first, a quick look at the weekend forecast with lisa arjun. lisa: we have a lot of cloud cover out there. there is a system for the north that could offer a few sprinkles in the north bay. here is live doppler 7. dry right now. the system is weak, but it is providing snow and gusty winds from the sierra nevada. 46 in santa clara. upper 40's in sebastopol. mid-50's in san francisco. we are looking at a mild start. five to seven degrees milder from the north to the east bay and there is a foggy san francisco. plenty of clouds throughout the midday and a few breaks in the afternoon.
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