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announcer: building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. >> boarding up and shutting down. san francisco's union square response to looting and vandalism. the promise from city leaders as they worked to control the problem. and holiday meals for people in need. meet the man who made a very generous donation just in time for thanksgiving. good morning, everybody, you're watching abc 7 news at 6:00 a.m. . let's start with a quick look at the weather with lisa. lisa: it was gorgeous out yesterday and as we look live right now at live doppler 7, dig dome of high-pressure over the bay area. we also have some very gusty upper level wind. you can see the camera shaking. 45 in san jose. much cooler.
59 in half moon bay. check out the numbers in the north bay. 30's, so we've got that offshore wind. cooling everyone else off, 42 in livermore, 46 in concorde. everyone experiencing the chill down for the most are and win, unless you are in the upper elevations, you are really not noticing them bringing in a arm afternoon again. we are mild, above average today. 65 noontime. a few 70's around the bay area today. another clear and cool night tonight. we will see a shift in this pattern. luz: businesses are boardings a and san francisco's union square this morning following several smash and grab robberies in upscale stores friday night. wooden boards are covering broken windows after groups smashed their way inside, holding away an estimated $1 million of merchandise.
we have team coverage on this developing story and the violent crime spree and changes already in place. we begin with ryan curry. ryan: stores in san francisco on high alert following the massive looting in several retail shops downtown. >> i would hope that they could get tracked down. ryan: he knew petty theft is common in the city, but what happened friday took him by surprise. >> i just hope that the city has a good way to be able to get those people. >> social media shows a large group of people stealing from the louis vuitton in unions where, but that was not the only store hit. 12 stores have attempted robberies and at least 100 suspects were involved. on saturday, union square saw a heavy police presence. many retail shops around downtown boarded up windows and starting this week, police will block car traffic around union
square but gave no specifics. here is downtown san francisco one day removed from the incident. across the street over here, this nordstrom rack is boarding up its windows. in the westfield mall, choosing to close two hours before they normally would on a saturday. >> i came down here to go to the mall and i guess the doors are all locked. >> security guards quickly started turning people away and placing barricades in place to prevent further break-ins. for james gleason, he said he only needed to buy a few items, but hearing about the incident makes him worried. >> i'm kind of startled. i tried to going on market street and they guess there was a bunch of police over there. >> he says seeing places closed is disappointing. >> i'm concerned about seeing the boards go up near the holidays. luz: our coverage tim johns who spoke with san francisco district attorney jason houdini -- ja --
>> after a series of robberies resulted in over $1 million of items stolen friday night, city leaders are responding. >> i mean, it was absolutely shocking. tells me one of those arrested friday night had also been arrested back in possession of a gun. he says unless those responsible are held to account, and has cry will continue to plague the city. >> we have to ensure there's consequences for this and we have to send the message that union square is safe, that we want to have people coming into shop and that we won't tolerate this kind of behavior. >> the district attorney says he was outraged. >> we are exploring every single possible criminal charge related to the conduct. we will use every tool in our toolbelt. >> but it is not just the immediate losses that worry city
leaders. the ripple effects could also be potentially alarming retail front-line workers don't feelesy shut down. if stores shut down, we lose sales tax. >> that potentially could have a major impact on the city and hit not just businesses, but also everyday residents. while critics say he is soft on crimes like shoplifting, he says in order to see real change, the incentive has to be removed. >> we need to go to the root of the problem, we need to take apart the operations that make it profitable and we need to make sure we are not limiting ourselves to what happens in san francisco. luz: san francisco's mayor and police chief are also expressing their outrage in response to the string of robberies. >> we are going to be ready for anyone who tries to come in and demise the people and the businesses of our city. >> they say changes will be made. we will hear from both of them
in the next half hour on abc 7 news, so stick with us for that. meantime, there is a large police presence in walnut creek where police say 80 looters targeted nordstrom. atypically busy broadway plaza became a major crime scene. in manager at a nearby restaurant says stunned customers just watch as the thieves grab merchandise, loaded in cars, and drove off. >> probably saw 50 to 80 people in ski masks, crowbars, they were looting of the nordstrom right here. usually it is really busy. i thought maybe they were going to start beating cars. i had to lock the front door, locked the back door. >> this bmw convertible was stopped. police say they have arrested three people. there are new developments this morning in a police-involved
shooting in oakland. abc 7 has learned the suspect involved in the incident has died. you could hear the gunfire from police radio dispatch audio. >> shots fired, shots fired. >> this all began when a victim was carjacked in oakland yesterday afternoon. officers managed to locate that car, chasing all around town. at one point, the suspect cop on interstate 580 as you can see from this caltrans freeway camera. officers described a violent chase with the suspect opening fire at officers on 49th street in street. >> back at officers at least three times. it is ramming vehicles down. >> the chase ended in the lockridge -- rockridge district. police shot the suspect after he started ranting patrol cars. no officers were hurt.
the a's are pushing forward with a potential move to las vegas. multiple reports say the team is put an offer to buy a plot of land that could be turned into a new ballpark. it is still not clear where the stadium would be dealt but the price tag is estimated at about $1 billion. oakland is not yet out of the picture. the city just got money to make improvements to jack london square which is where the a's want to put a new waterfront ballpark. the city council is expected to take a final vote on the stadium early next year. as the bay area continues to experience drought, more residents could soon be asked to cut their water use. the public utilities commission will meet tuesday to possibly declare a water shortage emergency. businesses and residents could be asked to reduce water use by 5%. the reductions will not be enforced and those who do not comply will not be punished. the emergency declaration would enact a surcharge of up to 5% on water bills that would start april 1 of next year.
today, hundreds of families would get a turkey for their thanksgiving meal, thanks in part to e 40. the wrapper donated $12,000 in turkeys and gift cards to the hottest meal giveaway. this is the fourth turkey drive for the club and they will also be handing out hot meals today. the giveaway starts at 11:00 this morning at vallejo motors on tennessee street. let's get a check outside. >> almost a 30 degree range this morning a mid 30's and the north bay to near 60 at the coast. elevation wind will impact our sunday afternoon high temperatures. i will tell you about that, look ahead for the holiday week next. luz: also ahead, airline passengers running in here and ducking for cover after a gun went off inside an airport. and thanksgiving dinner will cost you more this year. how you can try to score a deal at the grocery store. at the grocery store. the classic hollywood story.
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luz: the tsa says it screened two point 2 million passengers across the country, the highest number since early 2020. with seven of 10 americans saying they plan to gather with friends and family that they don't live with for thanksgiving, health officials are urging everyone who is eligible to get vaccinated. christine sloane has the details. christine: america on the move. the tsa says it screened two point 2 million passengers across the country on friday, the highest number since early 2020. with seven in 10 americans saying they plan to gather with friends and family they don't
live with for thanksgiving, health officials are urging everyone eligible to get vaccinated. >> you have to create the circle of safety, is what we call it. by having family and friends around you be fully vaccinated. christine: the cdc also says if you're unvaccinated, you should wear a mask at gathering with others indoors. and don't host or attend a gathering if you are sick or have symptoms ahead of the busy travel season and colder temperatures that are increasingly sending people indoors. the cdc has given the green light for a booster shot of either the pfizer or moderna vaccines for all adults. >> but the hope is that it will reduce those breakthrough cases, reduce hospitalizations, reduce deaths, reduce transmission and severe illness. christine: cvs and walgreens already administering those booster shots. many americans getting the extra shot over the weekend. >> we are closing in on 70,000
people who have gotten boosters in the county. >> i just thought it was a wise thing to do. trying to be careful but it could not possibly hurt. christine:christine: the decision comes as at least 30 states are seeing a rise in cases of at least 10% over the past two weeks. as cases continue to rise, so that the death toll. more than 770,000 american lives lost. but latest data from the cdc and johns hopkins show more people have died from the virus this year than in 2020. fauci will talk about booster shots, concerns over rising cases and tips for safe holiday gatherings. you can watch the full interview with george stephanopoulos at 8:00 this morning on abc 7. there was panic at the atlanta airport this weekend after a passenger going through security accidentally fired a gun.
you can see in this video a dash to get out of the terminal after the gun shot rang out. the tsa says a person lunged and grabbed the weapon and it went off. three people were hurt in the chaos. the passenger ran out of the terminal and police do say they know who it is. >> we have identified the suspect as kenny wells, 42 years old. we have taken out warrens for carrying concealed weapon at a commercial airport, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. luz: wells also faces a disorderly conduct charge. americans are expected to spend more money for the thanksgiving dinner this year. the american farm bureau federation released the results of the yearly survey and it is showing that some prices are so high you maybe aren't even going to want to see. the good news is that there are some ways to save. reporter john lorinc explains.
>> get ready to fork out a little more money for your thanksgiving feast. the american farm bureau federation says it will be 14% more based on their in will survey. >> -- informal survey. >> it is really hard to point to any one thing but certainly the underlying factor for most of those elements is the global pandemic. john: the biggest reason for the increase, the turkey itself. the afb, which bases its annual findings on nationwide pricing data says bird costs are up about 24% higher this year. one important caveat, the survey was carried out before grocery stores started advertising promotional prices which came out later this year. >> we've seen price fluctuations anywhere from $.88 per pound all the way up to $1.50 per pound. certainly, there's a lot of variation that we are seeing in the retail space and i think that is driving a lot of those concerns about shortages when people are out shopping. >> one way to save a little
money this thanksgiving is to be a picky shopper. >> make sure that as you are spending your dollars, you are looking at not just going to the same grocery store for all items of thanksgiving dinner, but shop around a little bit because there are certainly deals to be had. but you might not find the same deal on every product in the same store. luz: will get a holiday meal. yesterday, pierre smith dropped off nearly 400 turkeys at san francisco's foundation. saint anthony's says they serve about 2400 pounds of turkey on thanksgiving. it is their biggest meal service of the year and the donation helps make it possible. >> this donation is really important to saint anthony's. our food costs have risen 40% since prior to the pandemic and that is for a variety of reasons. first of all, we have more people coming to us for our services. food costs are higher and there
is a shortage in donated food for us. a donation like this allows us to continue serving meals to all the people who turn to us in need. luz: saint anthony's says smitt arrived four decades ago with nothing in his pockets. he identifies with the foundation guests and wants to extend the help he received two others. he held his first turkey drive in 2012. saint anthony's is expecting donations -- accepting donations on its website if you're able to help. incredible. 400 turkeys, that is awesome. that is going to help so many people. lisa: that is good news, good for him. we have pretty nice weather but we have had such a stretch already since the rain in october and november and unfortunately, we are getting into a dry spell here from the weekend into the last week of the week. you can see the clear sky carved out over california and it has been windy. the mountains of southern california have seen some gusting over 50 miles per hour.
we've had gusting over 40 miles per hour. you may not have noticed anything at all due to the wind not making their way down to the surface. a bit of a breeze here. the content -- the sun coming up at 6:55 and radiation of pooling allowing for some cold temperatures in the wind-sheltered areas. where you have that breeze, it is mild. 43 in mountain view, 54 in morgan hill. northeasnortheasnortheasnortheas miles per hour. some upper 60's closer to home at the shoreline. 36 in santa rosa. we are going to see even colder numbers probably wednesday morning. temperatures in in in fairfield and concord. compared to 24 hours ago, we had the fog and it was cold, but
still, 12 degrees colder this morning in livermore, 10 degrees cooler in san jose and eight degrees cooler in napa and santa rosa. the strong wind in the upper elevations, 43 miles per hour. clearing us out, no fog and in some cases, or us up this morning. the sun setting before 5:00, so certainly the shorter days upon us. drive for thanksgiving and beyond. as we get into your monday, a little change. mid to upper 60's. we should be in the low to mid 60's, so temperatures are still unseasonably mild until about tuesday when the numbers come down. maybe a few high clouds. rain will be visiting extreme northern california. more likely, oregon and washington and as we get into wednesday, numbers begin to recover as high pressure build back. santa cruz about three degrees warmer today. look at these mid to upper 60's.
bodega fay, 66. 65 ocean beach in monterey. you may want to head to the coast and skip the shopping. 71 in san jose. santa rosa had about 70. 67, san mateo. waking up the call numbers in the valleys, upper 30's, upper 40's along the peninsula, san francisco. partly cloudy with the afternoon highs from the upper 50's to low 60's. the seven day forecast, yes, we would like to see some rain on these icons but unfortunately, it is sunny, dry, and very mild today and again tomorrow slight cooldown and that is good with a lot of people traveling throughout california and across the nation as well. luz: a good week to have dry weather. just ahead, big bucks to build a better bay area. how millions of dollars in prize money will help local nonprofit a different the lives of
luz: when johnson joins us now from new york to tell us what is coming up on good morning america. >> chaos in one of the world's busiest airports. gunfire sending travelers into a panic. the manhunt happening just as millions of americans set out to travel for thanksgiving. what you need to know before heading to the airport were hitting the road. plus, two weeks after her apparent disappearance, speculation surrounding her safety after she accused a chinese leader of sexual assault as new videos raised more questions about their well-being. and tonight american music awards, a look head of the performances and the nominees. and cardi b on her hosting debut. luz: a big honor and a big paycheck for some bay area nonprofits making an impact.
they will be receiving $1 million in funding. julian glover shows you how these groups are helping to build a better bay area from getting a hand from google. >> you are the winners of the google challenge this year. >> that is the reaction you make when you find out your nonprofit just secured major funding from google.org. >> beyond excited about winning this challenge. >> one degree is one of five nonprofits that won $1 million in funding. the funding will help them advance their common app >> a first of its kind online school that consolidates multiple applications for public benefit and services into one single online application. >> each of the winners is a social justice-focused nonprofit helping build a better bay area like the young women's freedom center. >> we received $1 million in
google for our work to end incarceration of girls. we are so excited. this investing in our work means everything. >> google.org, the philanthropic arm of google, ford for nearly 700 applications by bay area nonprofits to find the most in debate of ideas making an impact. >> we believe in supporting grant funding. it is what keeps the lights on, allows these organizations to go and spread their reach, hire more people. >> a panel of judges including nonprofit and local leaders selected four organizations for the $1 million grant prizes. >> we are much more than an afterschool program. >> and the public recognize that college track secured $1 million in funding from the public choice award. the organization helps first-generation icicle students get into college and succeed in stem careers post-graduation. >> is having an impact in the bay area. having an impact with the students in our program.
we are seeing our students graduate at a rate that is two times the national average. >> homebase also brought him funding for work across county lines to end homelessness. >> it should not be and must not be an acceptable status quo when housing is absolutely a basic and fundamental human right. >> i was ecstatic, just overjoyed, thrilled. >> san francisco's compass family services has been focused on reducing the number of homeless families for decades this funding will support those families and kids with virtual and local mental health services. more because the referrals continue to grow and we want to continue to be able to end here to that therapy on demand. >> five more local nonprofits rounding out the top 10 for the 2021 impact challenge also received half $1 million in funding and an additional 25 organizations are taking home hundred thousand dollar grants. they all tell me they are
excited, they are grateful, but now it is time to get back to doing the important work of helping to build a better bay area. luz: what a great story. still to come... >> the city is not the same. just the lifestyle that is going on here. luz: fear and concern over the recent routings in san francisco's union square. have city leaders are trying to get a handle on the crime. oakland overwhelmed by garbage. the new program to help clean the city one street at a time. hi, my name is cherrie. i'm 76 and i live on the oregon coast. my husband, sam, we've been married 53 years. we love to walk on the beach. i have two daughters and then two granddaughters. i noticed that memories were not there
responsible for vandalism and looting in union square. community leaders are promising to take action. good morning, everybody. you're watching abc 7 news wherever you stream. thank again for joining us. we are going to get to that looting and vandalism and the message from the mayor any moment, but let's get one more quick check of the weather. lisa: it is glowing behind you. looking at the clear sky. temperatures, quite a range this morning. a very pretty picture here in san jose where the sun is officially up at 6:55 and looking at 50 downtown, 53 in oakland. mid 40's in san jose. 59, half moon bay. temperatures in the 30's in santa rosa, 40's in nevada with no fog to speak of. how much colder? about 12 degrees colder for you in the livermore valley. seven degrees cooler in santa rosa. all due to upper elevation gusty wind over 20 and even up to 40
miles per hour. we are just the recipients of a mild afternoon, not even breezy around here as we are looking at temperatures warming through the mid to upper 60's today that is about 5-8 degrees above average, a chilly night tonight and a shift in the pattern as we begin the work week. thanksgiving, that is looking drive. we'll see if we see any rain and talk about that in the future coming up. right now from city leaders after several luxury brand stores were involved in vandalize the cornell barnard tells us the mayor and the police chief are condemning the crimes and promising action. >> last night what we saw was horrible. >> san francisco mayor london breed reacting to friday's chaos. luxury brand stores vandalized and looted around 8:00 p.m.
the louis vuitton store, ransacked and emptied out. the store is now temporarily closed. >> and the message here today is if you come to our city to commit those level of crimes or to command to vandalize or to harm individuals, you will be held accountable. >> other stores were also the. police on patrol nearby may have stopped the from entering. >> there's no doubt in my mind that this was not unplanned. the plan was to overwhelm us, the plan was hoping that we wouldn't be here, but we were. >> this video now going viral on social media showing police officers bashing the windows of a mustang and pulling a possible suspect out of the car. chief scott defending officers actions. >> the officers that made the arrest on that mustang were confronting an armed. they took into custody safely.
>> scott has multiple arrests were made. the brazen crimes sparking reaction and fear around the city's number one shopping destination. >> the city is not the same. just the lifestyle going around here. >> we can have that. we cannot tolerate this kind of conduct at all in this city. i mean, not at all. >> the union square alliance is the crimes are unacceptable, especially less than a week before black friday and the traditional start of the holiday shopping season. >> it's really important that we recognize that this impacts all of us and the last thing that we want is for people not to feel like they can enjoy their city. they can. >> officials say more police will soon be added around the square, providing more security for visitors with new traffic control measures added to limit cars in the area. >> but there will be traffic delays because we can't continue to allow people to freely flow in and out of the city, commit these acts, and get away with.
>> a once in a generation chance to represent the peninsula in congress. san mateo county board of supervisors president stood in front of the hospital where he was born to formally announce his candidacy to replace retiring chronic fruman jackie speier. he told supporters he will build bridges to a politically divided washington. >> the way washington works is no different than the board of supervisors or a city counselor. you have got to work with your colleagues and people may have different viewpoints. that doesn't mean you don't talk to them. you talk to them, you engage them, you build those relationships. luz: congresswoman spear announced last week that she will not be seeking reelection, ending nearly four decades in politics. her term ends next year. as more people returned to person, data shows san francisco is lagging in the number of
people in the office. nearly 27% of offices in the city were occupied. the company tracks key card and catholic presence access to buildings. san francisco is behind most other major metropolitan areas in the country. austin and houston, for instance, have about half of the buildings occupied. getting into a university of california school will not require any admissions test. earlier this year, the system voted to drop sat and act scores. officials discussed whether to use any other test but last week they confirmed that no tests are required when applying as an undergrad. a lawsuit earlier this week argue that low-income students of color and those with disabilities were disadvantaged without heavy test prep. not having a test requirement is one reason why uc admitted the most diverse class for this fall. >> we are here every saturday and sunday cleaning up, and we
were here on sundays dealing with all of this. >> illegal dumping is the quality-of-life problem that has long plagued the streets of oakland. any one year span from october 1 of last year to september 30 of this year, oakland public works says it has cleaned up more than 23,000 tons of illegal dumping. as laura anthony tells us, the city is launching a new program to try to keep up with the demand to help build a better bay area. >> i have never seen oakland at this level when it comes to the blight. >> tons and tons of garbage almost everywhere you look on the streets of oakland. >> it has overtaken our street and our communities inasmuch as we have worked to invest this year, we know that there is still more that needs to be done and having more options for our community is critical. >> now, all oakland residents can schedule no charge drop-off
appointments with waste management of alameda county. apartment tenants can also get free curbside pickup service that wasn't available before. >> we are drawing a line in the sand. every resident in the city of oakland will have an opportunity to dispose of their bulky item collections in various ways. >> as it is now, there are teams of people that go and pick up garbage in oakland almost on a daily basis, but the big issue is almost as soon as they pick it up, it is back. >> people come and do illegal dumping late at night, usually after 11:00, midnight. >> while most residents want to do the right thing, the bigger challenge is those who profit from illegal dumping. >> we have no enforcement in oakland. if i know who the legal dumpers are, oakland needs to be more serious about enforcing the laws and the rules that we have. >> next month, the city council committee will consider
installing more cameras in known hotspots. >> still>> still>> still>> still americans are remembering the anniversary of an event that brought national attention to the fight for indigenous rights. and here is a live look outside as we head to break. the sun starting to come up at 6:39. we will check in with lisa when we come back. like pulsing, electric shocks, sharp, stabbing pains, or an intense burning sensation.
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>> landmarks across the country were lit up in blue, white and pink to recognize transgender day of remembrance. the day honor the memory of lives lost to acts of violence in the transgender community. 2021 marked the deadliest year with at least 45 transgender people killed. president biden is calling on lawmakers to oppose anti-trans build that into restrict minors access to sports and gender-affirming care. and an anniversary for the rock. alcatraz maybe best known for being a federal prison that has some of the most famous or
infamous criminals in u.s. history but in november of 1969, the prison became a scene of massive protest. a group of native americans occupied the land over how the government treated them. the protest lasted nearly two years with protesters demanding the island be turned into a native american cultural center. a ceremony was held yesterday on the island to mark the anniversary. the featured speaker was secretary of the interior deb haaland. she is the first native american to serve as a cabinet secretary. >> i know that i stand here on the shoulders of so many leaders who came before me. i stand here because of the path that many carved ahead of me was clear and i am very grateful for that. >> the ceremony included a traditional native american dance. holland helped make the move to ban the term squaw from federal lands, declaring it a derogatory term. and you can stream the original documentary of what escape to
alcatraz" right now. it covers this topic and looks back at archival video. it is on-demand, free to download available on roku, amazon fire, apple tv and android tv. members of the abc 7 family volunteer their time to make sure bay area residents have everything they need for a good holiday meal in the coming days. they lent a hand sorting and bagging meals at the san francisco food bank yesterday morning. these meals were prepped for volunteer drivers to be distributed to residents who are elderly, ill, or immunocompromised who otherwise could not make it one of the pantry distributions. colleagues gave their time in support of our parent company to give back to the community. in the south bay, second harvest of silicon valley spent the day getting ready for thanksgiving. it provided this video of busy volunteers putting together boxes for families in need this year. the food bank says donations are down this year, so it could use
donations of food or of money. $50 can provide up to 100 meals. and that time of year, just four days away from thanksgiving now. lisa: and a beach day in november. 40 seven degrees right now in santa cruz, but how about 72 today here? widespread mid to upper 60's closer to home. we will talk details coming up. >> also next, next, next, take back the acts from stanford and make history in the process. we will have the highlights and the post game reaction coming up
starting lineup when they face the toronto raptors. tipoff is at 5:30 at chase center. the axis back in berkeley. here is casey pratt with the wanted 24th big game highlights in this morning's sports. >> big game history was made at stanford stadium. no small feat considering the game has been playing 124 times since 1892. now, who once the axe? apparently not stanford. they started slow. they had those fel fel fel they couldn't convert either of them. the bears take over with the slam here. is going to find trayvon clark. he is gone, longest pass play in the history of the big game. that is a 124 yard span. that has never happened. 46 yards passing, 59 on the ground. stanford couldn't get anything going offensively or
defensively. going to dance his way, 76 yards all the way to the end zone. going up 27-three. the bears with the big-game record, 636 yards of offense. they have seen a lot of offense. and here comes the chaos. 41-11 for the fourth straight year. >> we had a really good week of practice. i think it just shows the resiliency of the steam coming off some struggles previous weeks. that is just the culture we have. we came out here to execute. >> the act means a lot. you see the people rush the field. it is more than what we do on the field. if the people who come to support us. the people who love this university and it is a dedication to have hardly of work. i mean, it is a blessing getting that thing back.
>> we knew if we played well, we would get ourselves a really good chance to win. very, very special moment. the fans, the alumni, grown then and women crying because it means so much to them. they identify with our team. they know how we do things and what we are all about. it is a really special moment out there. >> not good enough by any stretch of the imagination. had a couple opportunities and didn't take advantage. that has been one of the issues for the entire year. put ourselves in a position and don't finish. i put that on myself to put these guys in a position to be successful. >> taking on the capitals, fourth of the season. this is why alex ovechkin is fourth on the all-time goalscoring list. 22 saves for the shut shut shut
also had some help from the post. that is a look at morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody. >> people in the south bay have a new way to move through part of palo alto. a pedestrian bridge opened yesterday. it is right at adobe creek, replaces an underpass that floods regularly, making it available for use only about half of the year. this bridge will give people access to a nature preserve, park, the trail, as well as a golf course. clearly very needed. let's get a check of the weather. lisa: the sunrise officially in five minutes and it is really nice out there. pretty chilly depending on where you are. high pressure in control. upper 40's in santa cruz, going to the low 70's today. we are looking at numbers near 50 downtown. 45 san jose. looking at 59 with the gusty
northeast wind half moon bay. zephyr cove in the mid-20's, going to about 50 today. today and tomorrow in the 50's in the mountains and then dropping into the 40's. isn't that beautiful with a pretty quiet start to sunday? 35 degrees in santa rosa, so certainly called with low 40's. 46 in concorde with 42 in livermore. 24 hours ago, it wasn't as cold. except at the coast, that offshore flow bringing the numbers in the upper 50's where it is 12 degrees colder in the livermore valley. san jose, how about 10 degrees colder? the upper elevation wins, they are offshore and not allowing for any fog. dew points are lower, that is why temperatures are bottoming out in from of the protective valleys. the wind out of the north here,
oakland hills almost 30 miles per hour. for us, it just means another unseasonably mild afternoon today with temperatures near 70 north and south with widespread 60's elsewhere. clear and chilly this morning. a sunny and mild afternoon. dry for thanksgiving. another cold morning as we get into wednesday, but each and every morning with really has been filled with some 30's and worries. wednesday looks particularly cold, maybe even a frost advisory. low 70's for pretty much everyone. santa cruz at 72. if you're going along the peninsula, you will notice the numbers are pretty much as nice here with anywhere from 69 redwood city, 64 in pacifica. mid-60's for you up in the north bay. more upper 60's from san rafael. about 70 today in santa rosa. heading into wine country, it will be nice. you won't really need much of a
jacket throughout the afternoon. 69 in union city. inland, a lot of sunshine with more upper 60's around concorde today. it has been cold the past couple mornings and that will continue into thursday morning with 30's and 40's. some clouds around, maybe some ford. 1:00 climbing into the 60's on thanksgiving. seven day forecast, the mildest days, today and tomorrow. the ridge begins to break down on tuesday, dry conditions on wednesday and even into next weekend, very little change. perhaps a november beach day on some agendas. that is not what you hear after him -- often, but i will take it. >> a big night for the music industry. why cardi b says she is excited for the big event. for the big event. a jelly bean that's good for you? nature's bounty introduces new jelly bean vitamins. good for you nutrients in a tastier for you form. more sweet dreams,
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francisco. 275 vendors will be at fort mason showing off all of their best products to get your holiday shopping done. items include ceramics, home furnishings, witchcraft, and body products, plus a lot more. everyone 12 and older must show proof of vaccination. masks are required. the market is open from 10:00 to 6:00. the fans hold all the power and will decide who wins during tonight's american music awards. the music industry's a-list will be in attendance tonight. popstar olivia roderigo has the most nominations with seven including artist of the year. the weeknd is right behind her and cardi b is hosting the show. >> i don't know why am excited but i am just excited. maybe am excited to where all the clothes that i have. >> the do a made up of bruno mars and enters impact will make their ama performance debut at the nice opening act. they are also upper three
awards. and you can watch right here on abc 7 night at 8:00. cardi b, like all of us, probably has a lot of clothes we haven't worn in the year and a half that we are ready to show off. 30's and the north bay. upper 50's with the offshore flow at. otherwise today, another gorgeous day, above average with 68 in oakland, 71 in san jose. mid-60's downtown. little change tomorrow and slightly cooler on tuesday. the numbers will be around average as we get into thanksgiving, very cold mornings out there. liz: it was chilly this morning for sure when i was outside. thanks for joining us here. abc 7 news continues at 9:00 a.m. we hope to see you then. gma is next. have a great sunday. ♪
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good morning, america. airport scare. the chaos at the nation's busiest airport when a gun goes off at passenger security. people sent running for cover, waiting on the tarmac. flights grounded. the search this morning for a suspect on the run just as millions of people take to the skies. hitting the road. traffic building as americans set out to see family and friends. travel advice this morning on the best and worst times to head home, and will storms stall your travel? booster shots. americans rolling up their sleeves as most states see a surge in new infections. >> this is overwhelming our health care system. >> will a shot today protect you by thanksgiving? new images, but more questions. whether they really show chinese
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