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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. low to mid-60's for most.
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upper 50's along the coast. a dry and cool night tonight. more sun for your sunday and we will talk about where the rain will fall and how much when we see you next. liz: thanks. developing news from houston that we mentioned this morning. 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 at nrg park. the houston fire chief says around 9:15, a crowd 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 slated to feature bad
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bunny, 21 savage, and earth, wind, and fire. we will keep you updated on any new developments. the great mall is expected to open normal business hours after panic last night. employees and shoppers ran and hid as news spread of an active shooter that it turned out to be a false alarm. the mall was given the all clear around 7:30 last night about two hours after police responded. reporter 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: around 5:30 p.m., the police department received reports of a fight possibly involving a knife that had broken out inside the mall. >> when they arrived at the scene, there were also unrelated reports of a possible shooting
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that had occurred within the burlington coat factory store. tim: those two separate incidents sent the mall intoto 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. law enforcement's response was quick and forceful. san josan josan josan josan joso clara county sheriff's office all 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 within the last two years that we responded in this manner to an incident that occurred at the great mall. tim: e e e held to prepare them for friday's events. ryan tran was barricaded inside of the mall for over an hour. >> working at great mall, this
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does occur a lot, so we were just pretty much equipped to stay calm and get through it. tim: tim johns, abc 7 news. liz: san francisco school leaders and parents are calling for an investigation after a district meeting was zoom bombed. hackers showed pornographic images and used racial slurs. we have more on the ramifications still being felt. luz: members of the unified equity and auction committee are demanding an investigation. >> we are being hacked. luz: this was the moment 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: about 40 people witnessed the attack. one of them was a parent and a volunteer. >> do you feel like this
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incident was targeted towards this committee? >> absolutely. this committee 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 verbal attack and accidentally saw the pornographic images. >> i do not know how my daughter is processing it, but i am worried about it and it is definitely going to require some 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 until this ceases. luz: sfu fd's board of education president says that they are considering extra layers 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
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other issues -- a number of other issues, threats, and violent behaviors we have seen around similar discussions. liz: san francisco supervisors 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. police say 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 would hope that these cases would cause police officers to pause before using deadly force. liwas ter th shooting and is still facing manslaughter charges.
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walgreens will start vaccinating children ages five to 11 today against covid. appointments are available on their website. hundreds of children got vaccinated in contra costa county yesterday. several other counties will begin vaccinations for this age group today, including marin and san mateo counties. san francisco is celebrating the first full day of vaccinations for young children. the city is holding a family event in the excelsior at 20 mason street. it is home to many essential workers at risk for covid. the event runs from 9:30 until 3:00. 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. reporter 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
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we can do that are outside and we can do as a family. ryan: they went outdoors because it is safer for his unvaccinated kids. but on saturday, that will change. >> we are getting the vaccine tomorrow night, so pretty exciting. 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 for the vaccine, places like this minigolf course, people can try for a hole in one. >> we are booked solid this month. we are already halfway booked next month. i think it will keep getting better and better. ryan: sean howard is the owner of this minigolf course. he thinks that as kids get vaccinated, he will see plenty of families come through. >> it will get more birthday parties. the more word that 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
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one. one manager said many families did not feel safe playing games like 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 bounce back. >> we are hoping 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, abc 7 news. liz: novavax ceo says 100 million doses would be ready to ship if the fda grants emergency use authorization. indonesia became the first country to grant authorization. novavax has applied with several other countries. today is a walk to end alzheimer's in san francisco. abc7 is a proud sponsor of this
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event. everyone taking part will carry a flower that represents their personal tie to the disease. purple flowers are in memory of anyone lost alzheimer's. yellow flowers honor those caring for someone with the disease. reggie aqui will mc today's walk and it starts at 10:00 this morning on pier 27. you can donate by visiting it should be a pretty nice day for this event as well. lisa: very fall-like with a bunch of cloud cover and temperatures in the 60's for most. right now, it is in the 50's. we do not have any rain, but we could see some. i will track that and a bigger system coming next week, all in the accuweather 7-day forecast next. liz: thanks. also, the house passed president biden's trillion dollar infrastructure bill. we have details on the compromise after months of delays. wine makers are facing
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liz: president biden is expected to deliver remarks later this morning coming up soon on the passage of the infrastructure bill. the house is celebrating after passing the $1.2 trillion deal late last night after democrats resolved a month-long standoff between progressives and moderates. abc news reporter ty hernandez has the details. ty: three months after passing the senate, the bipartisan infrastructure bill is heading to president biden's desk for his signature. the bill, clearing the final hurdle, passage in the house late friday night. >> on this 228. the motion is adopted. ty: the deal will invest in
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roads, bridges, broadband, and transit. after the house passed the bipartisan infrastructure bill, the chamber held a procedural vote on president biden's $1.75 trillion build back better plan. moderate house democrats wanted to postpone the vote on social spending until the congressional budget office releases its cost estimate for the bill. democratic leaders agreed to the request. rebel pelosi we had hoped to be -- revell poulos 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. ty: 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 likely rework or drop key elements from the bill.
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here is joe manchin on cnn. >> i always say that i am a responsible west virginia democrat, and i am fiscally responsible and socially compassionate. ty: the larger package 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. ty hernandez, abc news, new york. liz: the caldor fire has created 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. the winemakers says right away, he could taste the remnants of smoke. up the road at lava cap winery, 15% to 20% 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
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risk, i think we escape relatively unscathed. liz: some varieties are impactee way that the gpeabsorb smoke compounds through their skins. a san francisco woman is facing possible blindness in one eye after being shot with a paintball last weekend. 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. she says 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 sting and i was like peeling something off of my face. the second i came to, i was i am blind i cannot see, because everything was very dark at that point.
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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, which oversees daylight savings time reports, says 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. kids can discover the rich traditions of the holiday with special arts and crafts and you can watch and even learn dance moves.the museum is open from 90
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until 5:30. tickets are online and they cost $15. a san francisco restaurant and humidity space manny's, is celebrating its birthday with a circus. the event is a political carnival to bring attention to the 2022 midterm elections. there will be a live petting zoo, balloon animals, and a dunk tank with politicians and community leaders. this is happening at manny's near 16th and valencia going from 2:00 until 5:00 p.m. let's get a check of the forecast. dry, but feels like fall. lisa: we have had some pretty cold mornings. the past few mornings, it has been dry, but we are looking at a rainmaker coming our way on monday, monday night into tuesday. we will track that for you, talk about impressive rainfall across the bay area. here is a weak system that will bring a little more activity to the sierra nevada than we will see here. there is a winter weather advisory for the mountains.
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in the bay area, breezy winds behind the front, a possible shower, mist, and drizzle for the first half of the day. here is a look at a little bit of precip offshore. you can see it in santaosa cerne ul see this sweep into partse excting three to six inches of snow in the mountains where winds could be up to 75 miles an hour. this is for the west slopes, the greater lake tahoe area, highway 50, highway 80, and the past is impacted. certainly not good news to travel through the day today. 49 in walnut creek. 55 in martinez. mid-50's from san francisco to oakland and hayward. we are milder with 46 and some fog in santa rosa. the sun coming up at 7:40 this morning. we push our clocks back one hour for extra sleep, which i need tonight. 6:05, the sun sets and we are
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setting the sun after 5:00 on sunday. certainly some big changes there . it will feel like winter with the storm coming on monday. cloudy skies with some fog this morning. cloud lingering with a few showers in the north bay, intety with some sunshine, drier conditions. temperatures will come up, but the rain returns monday into tuesday. today, we have some returns through 11:00 and by noon time, here comes that front. the clouds will dissipate. the winds pick up behind it and we will look for the amounts to be very scant if we see any at all. maybe 41 hundreths up in napa. as we get into monday afternoon and evening, we are tracking a system that will be a level one and a level two overnight as the rain could be heavy at times. this is 3:00 in the morning on tuesday. waking up to showers and downpours on tuesday and we will get into a drier weather regime after that.
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look at the widespread rain from three quarters of an inch to over an inch and a half right now across the entire bay area. this will be accompanied with some gusty winds as well. probably a wind advisory in our future. 65 in concord. 64 in richmond. temperatures fairly uniform with cloud cover. we fall back tonight, getting darker earlier tomorrow, and looking at that level one system late on monday into tuesday. rainy and gusty, then brighter skies with sunny and mild conditions through veterans day at the end of the workweek. kind of a lot going on. for the weekend, a little mellow. liz: we will take mellow. there has been a lot. thanks. just ahead, looking to book a vacation? why some domestic flights could cost more than international travel. michael finney will explain
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introducing the all-new nissan frontier. hi, i'm debra. i'm from colorado. we are just getting started. i've been married to my high school sweetheart for 35 years. i'm a mother of four-- always busy. i was starting to feel a little foggy. just didn't feel like things were as sharp as i knew they once were. i heard about prevagen and then i started taking it about two years now. started noticing things a little sharper, a little clearer. i feel like it's kept me on my game. i'm able to remember things. i'd say give it a try. prevagen. healthier brain. better life. liz: after more than a year of
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lockdowns, the world is finally reopening and americans are ready to travel. if you are one of those considering booking a vacation, here is an important question, what is it going to cost you? michael finney took a deep dive and has the details. michael: the pandemic is slowing down so travel is looking up, but what will it cost you to take that trip? i asked three experts. kelly rizzo, "host of eat, travel, rock" and a spokesperson for hotwire. >> there are so many places opening up. michael: willis orlando. >> they have been booking like mad. michael: blogger leo garcia from "practical wanderlust." >> i can see that demand is increasing. michael: it may seem like prices are skyrocketing, but they really are not that bad. >> i know that the prices have been down, so it could be that prices are going back to normal
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levels and we have gotten used to them being dirt cheap. michael: willis agrees. >> it feels high because prices were so rock-bottom in the middle of this thing, but prices are still depressed a little from where they were. michael: willis says the price of domestic flights are going up quickly, but international fares remain a bargain. that is because demand is being met with supply. >> there are so many places opening up right now. united airlines just announced at least 22 new international routes starting early 2022. prices for flights are going to still be reasonable because demand is increasing tremendously, but they are adding back all of the routes. michael: the u.s. travel association keeps track of prices and predicts the cost of travel will increase less than 7% in 2022. if you want to book a flight and get home with your family for
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thanksgiving, it is going to cost you. the flights are filling up fast. however, if you want to head to a mexico beach, you can get a round-trip for about $275. you can go to europe for $100 or $200 more. december holiday flights are available at good prices, but you better book fast. for winter travel, spring, and summer, here is how our experts that you can land a deal. >> my favorite way to save money on travel 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. that is called traveling in the off-season. michael: remember that hotels could be the largest part of your travel budget. she says use a service like hotwire and search for last-minute deals. >> it is cool because you can save up to 60% on these hotels, and you can get a four or five star hotel for a two or three star price.
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>> we are in a golden moment for booking flights to europe. it is a great time to do it. michael: how do you get a deal? >> you have to be vigilant and prepared and be ready to jump on it. the lower the price, the faster it goes away. michael: michael finney, 7 on your side. liz: the venerable marines club and hotel is reopened after a pandemic closure. the 75-year-old landmark hotel, restaurant, and theater has had to lay off most of its staff, but now the hotel is back in business. ♪ this weekend, the club will celebrate the marine corps's 246th birthday. including opening a special bottle of cognac that has been kept at the bar for decades. it has been saved for the last surviving members of the first marine division that served in world war ii. still to come, we are standing by for a special report on
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announcer: building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. liz: good morning. thanks for joining us on abc 7 news live on abc 7 hulu live, , and wherever you stream. we are awaiting a special report on remarks from president biden so we will have that soon. we will start with a look at the weather with meteorologist lisa arjun. lisa: good morning. we have our latest sunrise in the next hour at 7:40 because we fall back tonight and looking at the cloud cover, there is a system that could offer a few sprinkles for the north bay. 55 in oakland. san francisco 47. here is emeryville, still pretty
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dark. 47 santa rosa. 53 by the delta. as we get through the morning hours, it is milder with all of the cloud cover especially from the north bay and eastbound. as we look through 9:00, 50's was mostly cloudy skies. here comes that weak system spreading some mist and drizzle and light showers into the north bay. by the afternoon, we will see dissipating clouds, breezy winds, and mid 60's. we will talk about a bigger storm, a level 1, and then a level two for early next week in the next few minutes when we see you with my 7-day forecast. liz: thanks. pfizer has announced its own covid pill to be taken days within getting symptoms and it cuts down the risk of hospitalization and death by 90%. >> a potential new weapon in the fight against covid. pfizer announcing early trial results of its antiviral pill show that it cut the risk of hospitalization or death by 89%.
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>> it was exciting to know that there might be an option to provide to patients that could help save their life. >> the drug was given to high-risk patients within three days of developing covid systems. it comes a month after merck reported its new antiviral drug cut the risk of hospitalization or death in half. >> all the news is exciting, this does not in any way replace the need for vaccination. the vaccines still represent our safest and most effective way to reduce the risk of covid. >> unlike monoclonal antibody treatments given through an iv, the antiviral pills can be taken at home over five days, soon after a person tests positive for covid. merck's drug is on track for potential authorization by the. pfizer's by 2022. >> once we get over this delta wave of infection, this therapeutic and the other interventions we have seen really marked the end of the pandemic for the united states.
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>> when it comes to vaccinations for kids five to 11 years old, both walgreens and cvs will start offering shots over the weekend, plus parents can search from 10,000 locations across the country on the federal website, or call their pediatrician. liz: we assembled a panel to answer questions about vaccines and your children. one question that keeps coming up is the long-term effects. >> we do not know the long-term effects of covid-19 itself so if parents really want to protect their kids, protect them against the actual virus we are all fighting, covid-19. liz: if you missed yesterday's conversation, you can watch it on roku, apple tv, fire tv, and android tv. search 'abc 7 bay area' to download it now. taking a live look, you can see long lines there or at other airports on monday after an 18
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month travel ban, international adult travelers will be able to enter the country, but they must show proof of covid vaccination and a negative test. airline executives said things could be slow monday as everyone adjusts. the land borders with canada and mexico will also open. kaiser permanente pharmacists in northern california are going on strike, according to "the chronicle." the guild professional pharmacist union announced that they will strike november 15 through november 22. this will impact operations at all kaiser outpatient pharmacies in northern california. healthcare 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. the national average is $3.42 a gallon. in some places in the bay area, prices are starting around five
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dollars a gallon. >> it is pretty insane. i am just at the station because it is on my way to where i am going. it is making a big difference. $73. liz: the most expensive gas in the state can be found in moto county. according to aaa, drivers can expect to pay around $5.38 a gallon for regular. ouch, that hurts. new details, a former las vegas raiders receiver is now facing two additional felony charges following this week's fiery car crash that led to a 23-year-old woman dead. on tuesday, he was charged with dui resulting in substantial bodily harm and reckless driving. there is another dui charge under the -- along with an additional reckless driving count due to the injury suffered by his girlfriend who is a passenger. he also faces a misdemeanor gun charge. prosecutors say he was driving
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156 miles an hour and 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 bassist announced that his new restaurant will be closing. it was located along the creek in san rafael. they could not agree on a new lease to use the nearby beach park for concerts. online, he said crossroads is always a community and can open elsewhere. after 11 years, blue bottle coffee is closing its original oakland location. their lease ended in 2019. blue bottle moved operations to sacramento and offices to old oakland that year. but the landlord continue -- let them continue to operate until a new tenant signed the least. the storefront on webstertree clo after tomorrow. today, the navy will present the
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u.s. in san diego. the ship is named after the late politician who served in the navy during the korean war as a diving officer. he was elected to the san francisco board of supervisors in 1977, becoming the first openly gay elected official in california. he was assassinated on number 27th, 1978. his nephew will deliver the principal ceremonial address. still ahead on abc seven mornings, the daylight saving time debate. we are talking to an expert about how the time change could be impacting your health. here is a live look outside this morning. 6:37. it is clear and dry. we will check in with lisa for what we can expect this
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tomorrow morning. in recent years, there has been a move to end the practice. joining us to talk about this is dr. evans from the american academy of sleep medicine. thank you for being here. it seems there is a debate over the pros and cons of state -- daylight savings time. what are the pros and cons? >> the academy things we should end this practice. it is archaic now. i do not know a single person who likes continuing to switch our clocks back and forth and we know that there are significant health consequences associated with doing this twice a year. liz: what time should we adopt in your opinion? would it be daylight saving time or standard time? >> that is a great question. that is at the heart of why we continue to do this because there is a little bit of debate behind it. at the american academy of sleep medicine, we support standard time for the time that we are moving to, as the clock that we adopt for the long run because
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it best aligns with body time. our bodies have an internal clock called a circadian rhythm and the circadian rhythm adapts to our exposure to light and darkness and by setting our social clocks missed time relative to body clocks, it can cause sleep disruption and what we called circadian misalignment. liz: at the same time, the other side of this, people who say daylight savings time will lead to less traffic deaths, save energy, and there are people who say we love that it stays light later. how do you respond? >> i think the problem is that we do daylight savings time in the summer and in the summer, we have a lot more light in general. if you really think about what would happen if we turn to daylight saving time year-round, and san francisco we would not have sunrise until 8:00 in the morning in december and that would make it very hard for many people to wake up. in fact, --
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liz: it seems like we just lost the connection with dr. evans. that was great information. hopefully we will have to let her know that we lost that connection unfortunately. there is that debate. we talk about it every time it happens. let's get a check outside. do you have an opinion? lisa: you cannot ask me about sleep. [laughter] don't ask by morning anchor -- a morning anchor. as we look outside, there is some fog, a weak system to the north, and we could see sprinkles. we have a rainmaker on the way for next week. i will track it when we return. liz: also next, the warriors put on a show against the pelicans with gary payton, throwing down more thunderous dunks. larry beil will have the highlights coming up in sports.
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liz: here is a live look outside. someone on an early morning bike ride. 6:44. tonight, the sharks will be back on the ice. san jose faces the new jersey devils. the puck drops at 7:30. on the gridiron, arizona and tucson. multiple players will be missing due to covid protocol. kickoff is at noon. san jose battles nevada. the warriors are back in action against the houston rockets. they won the third straight game eating the pelicans. here is sports director larry beil with the highlights in this morning's sports. larry: the rest of the nba starting to notice this warriors roster. i know it is early, but starting to feel like total destruction of the pelicans. klay thompson getting some cardio in. steph curry, four three's r th'r
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first quarter. nobody to stop him down broadway. draymond green down broadway with authority. look at him threading the needle right on the money to jordan poole. 36 assists in this game. they took 50 3's. the route is on gary payton the second. 17 points in 18 minutes. look out below. we love the reactions from jamet new orleans 126-85 improving a record 7-1. fear the beard, the nets might. nets, pistons. hardes thell into the backcourt. james cardin going back at it. the nets won the game, but that is just embarrassing. aaron rodgers tried to explain his position on not getting vaccinated, but only made things worse. he claims that he is allergic to ingredients in the pfizer and
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modea othi is extremely rare. he also said he was concerned about side effects with the j&j shot. he has covid and is getting treatment advice from podcast host and noted nonscientist, joe rogan. rodgers appearing on the rob mack if he shall repeating -- appearing on the show repeating 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 unfortunately 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. tracy on thomas ran all over the cardinal. four touchdowns and 153 rushing yards in the first half. the cardinals were down 38-0. i would be dancing too.
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have you ever seen this? this is from the 1-yard line. devon lloyd, that is the rare one-yard pick six. i do not think i have ever seen that. utah demolishes the cardinal, 52-7. that is a wrap on the morning sports, had a great weekend. i am larry beil. liz: let's get a check of the forecast with lisa. nothing like we have seen with the rainstorms the past couple of weeks. it should be a nice break today. lisa: and over the weekend. more sun tomorrow. this system will move through today, providing a chance of a sprinkle, and then we will get clearing skies, breezy winds behind the front as the clouds dissipate. unfortunately, it will be getting dark by the time the clouds dissipate. if you are looking for a sun, sunday looks to be brighter. there is a look at a few sprinkles. a gorgeous view here from our tower. you can see the fog. the sun comes up at 7:40 so that
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is why it is still dark. san francisco, oakland, 52. looking at the golden gate bridge where there is just a little bit of fog. upper 40's santa rosa. numbers with all of the cloud cover fairly uniform, it was colder yesterday morning. the system providing snow and a winter weather advisory above 6500 feet for the west slopes. three to six inches of snow expected with winds up to 75 miles an hour. the winds are already gusting over 30 miles an hour. certainly travel impacts from i-80, highway 50, and the passes. we are looking at falling back tonight. the sun setting at 6:05 tonight and 5:04 for your sunday. they look at our camera where we have the clouds that will linger throughout most of the day. by the afternoon, some sun in the east bay and south bay. sunny tomorrow and a stronger system monday into tuesday. here is today where we are looking at sprinkle activity, a light shower by the midday hour
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and by noontime, this front continues to the south and east. it falls apart and we will send out the cloud cover. the winds pick up mom but we are looking at amounts pretty negligible. maybe one 100 up in nevada. you will probably notice the gusty winds. fast forward to monday afternoon, we are dry for your monday morning commute. the second half of the knowing and the other direction with high snow levels and snow levels coming down in the mountains. heavier rain gets into the bay area overnight. monday night into tuesday and it lasts through the first half of tuesday and we will dry out not only for the rest of the day, it looks like the rest of the week we will have dry weather. welcoming the rain. it looks widespread from three quarters of an inch in livermore to over an inch for the rest of the bay area. committee one and and one third in richmond and you will see over one inch in santa rosa. still looking at those higher resolution models coming into
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the next 24-48 hours where we can pinpoint the heavier rain because the models have been focusing on a widespread event. that will be some good news. usually we get that rain shadow effect in the south bay. it looks aggressive for that into mckay san jose. the winds will accompany that system later today with the weak system. temperatures underneath the cloud cover in the mid 60's for you in oakland. 55 in fremont. 67 in san jose with lower 60's in santa rosa. the accuweather 7-day forecast, a few sprinkles today. we fall back tonight. sunny tomorrow. a level 1 one system late monday. a level two system on tuesday. we are back into brighter conditions for wednesday amount veterans day on thursday. maybe some 70's arriving by friday. certainly welcoming that rain coming in. unfortunately, messing up the monday afternoon commute and tuesday morning. liz: thank you.
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technology we have been tracking for several years is now on display for the world at the cop 26 summit. it was developed at uc berkeley by a researcher who believes it could 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 tracked levels of carbon dioxide along major bay area highways and local neighborhoods. it is the 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.
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dan: to grab the attention of those potential partners, he began installing the sensors where they could get noticed by a worldwide audience, the city of glasgow itself. >> we started in august deploying the sensors and so we have had 10 operating since the first of august so we have a three month record. dan: they are able to detect trends on a micro scale. 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 it is really fabulous to see it coming to fruition in ways that will be helpful to cities as they try to manage greenhouse gas emissions. dan: and perhaps play an important role in documenting our progress in the worldwide campaign against climate change. dan ashley, abc 7 news.
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liz: even after cop 26 ends, the sensor system will remain in glasgow monitoring greenhouse gases as well as other pollutants. also, a fun coincidence. we have a sensor located across from our studio along the from our studio along the embarcadero. 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. ♪
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tell your doctor about all medical conditions including immune or nervous system problems, if you've had or plan to have an organ or stem cell transplant, or received chest radiation. here's to a chance to live longer. ask your doctor about chemo-free opdivo plus yervoy. thank you to all those in our clinical trials. liz: the recreational crab season opens with recreate -- regulations. health officials warned that they detected levels of acid in crabs caught between the sum of mendocino -- simona county line. earlier, it was announced at the beginning of crab season that it would be delayed. today, you can get holiday shopping started at the craft fair in san francisco. hundreds of local and national artists will have their products on display this weekend.
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you can buy jewelry, clothing, home to core, plus more. there will be food, drinks, installations, and workshops. the fair runs from 11:00 to 5:00 today and tomorrow at the fort mason to billion. you must show proof of vaccination and masks are required. i have definitely gone to that the past few years and they're always some really great things. lisa: that sounds fun. we are looking at a lot of cloud cover. a weak front could bring a few sprinkles. temperatures in the low to mid-60's. maybe some upper 60's. more sun and the south bay and it will be sunnier for your sunday. a level 1 system arrives on monday. a level two system on tuesday. that is some good rain that we need and it will be sunny and dry the rest of the week. liz: thank you and thank you all for joining us. president biden is expected to speak any moment now on the passage of the infrastructure
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deal. we will bring that to you live and see you at 8:00. have a great day. >> i'm hearing from victims all across the country. their bank accounts were drained in second but the bank would not refund their money. until -- >> my money is back. >> i want to cry. >> i could not be anymore thankful to 7 on your side. >> it is really life-affirming. >> we will be ok thanks to you. president joe biden is about to speak to the nation. overnight the house passing that trillion dollar infrastructure bill. democrats working late into the night to reach a deal after months of delays. the vote was 228-206 with six
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democrats voting no. 13 republicans voting yes and here's the president right here. let's listen. >> infrastructure week. i'm so happy to say that, infrastructure week. folks, yesterday i don't think is an exaggeration to suggest we took a monumental step forward as a nation. we learned that our economy created 5.6 million jobs since we took office in january 20th. recent unemployment rate of 4.6%. two full years earlier than the vast majority economists projected that would happen and we've just -- we're just getting started. we did something that's long overdue that long has been talked about in washington, but never actually been done. the house of representatives passed an infrastructure investment and jobs act. that's a fancy way of saying a bipartisan infrastructure bill,
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a once in a generation investment that's going to create millions of jobs, modernize our infrastructure, roads, bridges, broadband, a whole rank of things to turn the climate crisis into an opportunity. and it puts us on a path to win the economic competition that we faced with china and other large countries and the rest of the world. it's going to create more jobs, good paying jobs, union jobs, can't be outsourced and they'll transform our transportation system with the most significant investments in passenger rail, the most significant investment in 50 years, in roads and bridges, the pose significant investment in 70 years and more investment in public transit than we've ever, ever made. period. it's going to modernize our ports and airports. i'll be going to some of the ports next week and freight rail, increasing that -- look, we have a bottleneck across the country. we're doing so much with this
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