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chief spoke today, the city plans to add more officers. larry: why others disagree. >> we will be prepared moving forward. specially trained officers that are trained in de-escalating these situations. >> oakland police chief is stepping up efforts to combat violent crime in the city. the security guard death, cannabis robberies and others happened in the last seven days. >> we have over 600 officers at the department, the smallest staff we have had in several years. >> the city is pushing to add more officers in the coming weeks. the chief says 22 cadets will soon graduate and join the department. those advocating for defunding police are nervous about more patrols. this person says the city needs
to put more money into community resources and not the police. >> we need to make sure our committee members are housed, fed and clothed. we need to invest more in violence interrupting, the crown does not happen the first place. >> but the city says they need police support now. the department needs funding. >> we put our money where the melts are, not just express gratitude but give them adequate staffing so there is backup. so there are consequences with these arrests that are investigations -- our investigations are staffed. >> advocating on tuesday, hey, e said public safety is in jeopardy in oakland. >> while i understand the desires to have aggressive ideas and a form of policing, i don't think you can do at the risk of public safety. >> she says the best thing for oakland is not to control the
crime but make the community stronger. >> it does not make communities healthy or whole. we want to get in front of it, get a holistic, humanitarian response that is going to pave pathways to safety. larry: open police have released this surveillance image of the black toyota rav4 wanted in connection of the murder of 28-year-old eric davis sunday. he was killed sunday afternoon. his car had been broken into and he noticed the suspect breaking into another car, interrupting the burglary is when a passenger in the suspect suv shot davis. kristen: two suspects accused of taking part in the flash mob style robbery in walnut creek make appearances today. videos showed a huge crowd streaming in and out of the store. county prosecutors say 90 people
took part in the retail theft. one suspect was taken into custody today after prosecutors said he was mistakenly released from jail. they added he admitted to being part of the burglary at a pharmacy in alameda county the same night. larry: san francisco started their response tree -- crisis response team with one team and are six. they are helping people suffering from mental health and drug issues. leanne melendez with the results. lyanne: for years, crime, homelessness and behavior have been the top concern. >> peo peo peo of the worst times in their lives and they are looking for help. lyanne: the help starts at the dispatch center. today the mayor toured to see how in the past year dispatchers
have been able to redirect calls to crisis response teams. >> skirt responded to more than 5000 calls. those calls represent a decrease in emergency room visits, ambulance rides and law enforcement responding to nonviolent calls. lyanne: 58% of these calls have been redirected to the six teams operating 24-seven. each team has a paramedic, clinician and a specialist who has experienced a similar crisis in the past. >since april, close to one thirc of the people who have interacted have been connected to a provider or treatment program. >> we need to take this important issue of helping and assisting the mentally ill away from the police and toward professionals who are trained and go to school and are prepared to deal with challenges on our streets.
lyanne: more than 75% of the people seeking help are homeless. next year, another team will be added. kristen: new california's ban on high-capacity magazines can continue to be enforced following a ruling by a federal appeals court. the court overturned two lower court judges and upheld the ban. it was a decision that may be headed tthe supremcot. judges ruled there is no evidence people have been unable to defend their homes due to the lack of large capacity magazines. larry: at least three people are dead after a shooting at a michigan high school. a 15-year-old boy opened fire, killing three and injuring six people including a teacher in oxford north of detroit. the suspected shooter is a sophomore and in custody.
the boy is not talking but police believe he acted alone. kristen: the latest covid develop its, the ceo of moderna believes the current vaccines will be less effective against omicron. scientists are concerned about the number of mutations the variant carries. the who is advising people over 60 or those at risk for illness to postpone travel. they are expanding the surveillance pilot program at some airports. >> this for specific arrivals, increased capacity to identify those with covid on arrival to the states and enhancing surveillance for the omicron variant. kristen: the program is voluntary and the airport has the highest level of participation of any airport at the program. stocks dropped on renewed concerns about the variant.
the dow lost more than 50 points, the nasdaq down 245 and the s&p 500 lost 88 points. larry: increasing reports of people showing up to local pharmacies and realizing appointment's were canceled or pharmacies ran out of vaccines. our vaccine team is looking into what is driving this booster shortage and you can do to get your booster shot. >> there are multiple factors driving this. there are millions of people across the state who qualify to get a shot now. also a new variant is spreading across the world and people want to have an extra layer of protection. families are gathering and they want to be protected. 25 million californians are fully vaccinated and for many there have been six months since the second shot which means it is time for a booster. >> i started last night. >> she was hoping to get a booster this week, but on the
cbs website she kept getting messages like this one, no opponents available. >> you put in a new day the five places in the county nobody had one. finally, northgate had one in two weeks. luz: the sameeeee cvs in marin county. they ran out of vaccines friday. sunday after thanksgiving, i got a text and an email that my pointman have been canceled and then a phone call. luz: they are not the only ones getting a point it's canceled or having a difficult time booking an appointment and local pharmacy. >> all are impacted to some degree. there are a few where they have
run out before the end of the day and they have to send people away and that something they recognize the need to address soon. in conversations with cvs, they are addressing that issue. >> they said the booster delays should be fixed in a matter of days. >> not all of the pharmacie thee keeping up with demand. >> walgreens confirmed some locations may be low in supply but they are working on additional inventory. there was a delay to the store in california at the cvs, but it has been replenished. they hope it will be long. >> two weeks is nothing. i will be careful.
>> so what can you do? you can book an appointment through your medical provider or go to your counties vaccination site or book through the california myturn website. you might have to wait at least two weeks. kristen: good to know. thank you. living with hiv, a new study ahead of world aids day. highlighting problems people living with aids are still facing today. the day of giving, it is giving tuesday ahead of the organizations trying to build a better bay area and how you can help them. and what you need to know to avoid fake charities. michael finney has helped. spencer: a look at possible record high temperatures
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had a food insecurity crisis in the bay area pre-pandemic, and so many low-wage workers struggled to pay rent and meet basic needs like food. during the pandemic, we saw many families and individuals lose their jobs, have months of lost income and now even if folks are going back to work, they are behind on rent and expenses and struggling to put food on the table. > than we served before the pandemic. larry: if you can help second harvest or any of our food banks, we have information at our website. kristen: we have another nonprofit to share with you, street coat academy is in the east palo alto and looks to bridge the digital divide. the co-founder shared
have helped expand their reach. >> we wanted to be an influence on the world, starting in the bay area. but the pandemic accelerated it. so we began offering our programs online, not just in person. it accelerated the ability to reach the world. while we were serving folks locally, now we serve. globally. kristen: they look to opportunities and access to tech. they've given out laptops, wi-fi access, a great organization and their courses are free to anybody. larry: fantastic. as you prepare to give, there is another side, look out for scammers. kristen: michael finney is here with useful advice. michael: when there is money, there are bad guys. go ahead and give, but be on the lookout for fake charities giving tuesday. the irs issued a consumer alert
warning taxpayers to be wary of fake charities used by scammers to get money as well as sensitive financial information. the irs noted unsolicited calls asking for donations are a common scam tactic and consumers should not pay for donations by gift card or wiring money. be careful of sound alike charities, those with a fake name. it will sound like a charity you know but they are not real. when you donate on this day of giving, where can you make your dollars go the furthest? lots of charities are offering to match donations made today. like giving multiplier, payday double the donation and facebook will match donations. the humane society's will triple donations up to $300,000 for every dollar you give. human rights watch will give doars miightnight.
for more information on these and other charities, go to abc 7news.com/7onyourside.ide.ide. your employers will also match gifts. larry: at 4:30, we will take you to two bay area nonprofits and tell you how you can help. kristen: the sales force is getting into the holiday spirit. the rooftop park will have a celebration featuring live music and activities starting at 5:00 tonight. the park will also hold a festival including crafts, carols and movies on december 17, 18 and 19. larry: the park willk willk wi especially given the weather we are having now. not quite summertime, but. spencer: not holiday season weather, not the kind we associate with it.
starting with current wind, win, can see wind at the surface is very bright but wind is in the higher elevations and they are getting dusty and beginning to turn offshore. that will contribute to warming at the coast and making the bay area even drier than it is. we will give you a look at blue skies over san francisco and the bay area. this view from the tower, it is 68 degrees in san francisco, oakland 65, 65 in mountain view. 68 at morgan hill and 57 at half moon bay. the view from the camera toward the golden gate, blue sky, 68 in santa rosa, mid 60's at novato and 67 at fairfield and concord. here is the view from mount tam looking onto a portion of san francisco. these are our forecast features,
mostly clear overnight with a few patches of fog. mild to warm and sunny days lie ahead through friday and minor cooling this weekend. here is our forecast animation through the overnight hours. there may be a patch or two of fog developing. there will be widespread fog over the central valley, it could push its way through the delta but a clear overnight period and sunny skies tomorrow. let's start with the overnight low temperatures. mid to upper 40's, chile in the northernmost part of the bay area where it will drop to 40 degrees and low in ukiah around 39. tomorrow, sunny and mild to warm. in the south bay, highs of 74, 75, morgan hill 78. a high of 73 at redwood city. low 70's on the coast tomorrow. san francisco, 70 will be the hide. highs of 74 in santa rosa, 71
sonoma, 72 at oakland. the inland east bay will have low to mid 70's. let's talk about records. if san jose reaches a high of 75 tomorrow, it will shatter people for the old record for tomorrow. redwood city likely to tie the existing record high for tomorrow. the seven day forecast, sunny and warm with near record warmth tomorrow. thursday quite mild and above average, minor cooling on friday but not until the weekend we will start to feel to richard dropping a few degrees. that pattern larry: signs signs signs signs g today reminding drivers of the toll hike taking effect january
1. it will now cost seven dollars to cross the bridge. an additional dollar hike will take effect in 2025. this is part of the bill to fund $4.5 billion worth of highway and transit improvements around the area. former san jose's sharks and his efforts to get back in the game. kristen: hope and what makes salonpas arthritis gel so good for arthritis pain? salonpas contains the most prescribed topical pain relief ingredient. it's clinically proven, reduces inflammation and comes in original prescription strength. salonpas. it's good medicine.
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larry: if vendor came finds himself with -- a sharks player is barracudas after suspension. hefollowing an off-season filled with accusations. >> reporting for his birthday with his new team, is now donning a barracuda jersey after he was waived by the sharks and sent to the minor leagues. >> i came in the same person, teammate and player i was. everything went great. there's been a lot of misinformation that has been said. but i can only control how i act and what i do here. that's what i'm doing. >> a year filled with what he called serious accusations. his wife accused him of domestic abuse and gambling.
he says we live in a world where people can accuse public figures of anything. >> i understood the seriousness of his allegations right away. definitely surprising to see. but i was not worried one bit about it because they were false. >> an investigation found no evidence that he gambled in 2020 and the claims of abuse cannot be substantiated that the league suspended him for violating covid policies after falsifying a vaccine card, allegedly. >> i'm vaccinated and that's what i have to say. i did my 21 games and i'm back. >>'s new head coach says what happens with his career plans on his shoulder. >> another have been issues in the past, but i think he knows that if anything good is going to come out of this, he has to be on his best behavior. >> he says he will not play in
the teams games this weekend. dustin dorsey, abc 7 news. kristen: words of hope, gratitude and optimism from tiger woods, who held his first press conference since the car accident in february. he suffered open fractures to both bones in his lower right leg after losing control of his suv outside los angeles. he spent nearly a month in the hospital and said he almost had to have his leg and mutated. he said despite his improvements, he will never play professional golf full-time again. >> it was a little offputting. but it was him to do it again. for a while itfor a while itfor i was going to. >kristen: he focused on his recovery. larry: it's amazing he can get out on the course again, it could have ended worse.
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bank of contra costa and solano, leslie. >> hard to believe that this food bank is serving 80,000 more clients every month than they did before the pandemic. busier than ever, people are falling behind on rent in the bay area. people have lost jobs. there is inflation, gas prices, add it up, it is a tough season. >> this week at some cabbage, a bag of onions, apples. that is with the crisis center doles out. 71,000 bags of groceries this year, but inflation is taking a toll. >> we use to help once a month, now once a week. we are meeting more product. and with prices so much higher, we have to make ends meet
somehow. we are only able to give the families a quart of milk a week before we were able to give them half gallons. the milk had just gone up. prices have gone up. we are having to stretch our dollars in different areas. >> local teachers and other professionals have reached out for help. so this is a lifeline for you. x yes. >> seniors are asking for help. any with babies and toddlers. and this day laborer who lives in this house with three children and he shares it with other family. >> you're dealing with inflation and still the pandemic. that must create challenges. >> whether it is illness, wass incomes, remote school learning, and inflation is in our communities. but now with gas at five dollars a gallon, prices skyrocketing,
those families are challenged to try and take ends meet. -- make ends meet. >> abc 7 and disney gave the food bank a $15,000 check. it is a produce grant that will enable them to buy more fresh produce. you see the apples being sorted next to me by volunteers. half the staff are volunteers, the $15,000 i'm told will buy about 30,000 mules. every dollar buys two meals. it goes a long way. what is collected here, as is being sorted now, this gets sent to 264 -- 263 agencies through the bay to help them get the food directly to the people in need. i'm leslie brinkley, abc 7 news. larry: in the north bay, canal
alliance helps low income immigrant families thrive. linens with a closer look. >> on a recent tuesday morning we visited the alliance in san rafael during their food pantry distribution. early in the morning, volunteers arrive to prepare produce, canned goods and bread as local residents line up to receive groceries. it happens every week. >> it is so impressive walking in and seeing everybody go into work and getting in trucks. these are hard-working people. so i'm happy to be helping. >> he lives in novato and began volunteering with the alliance during the start of the pandemic. the nonprofit serves the largely latino and low income community. it is a densely populated neighborhood and feels worlds away from the wealthy zip codes that allow it.
>> the nonprofit ceo. the crisis he has been on the front lines, helping test and vaccinate the latino community, which at one point made up 80% of the counties coronavirus cases. but the work of the canal alliance extends beyond the pandemic. >> immigrants escape the cycle of poverty. >> housekeeper who e housekeepee from mexico, her two teenagers and end -- attend the afterschool program which helps you to get the resources to go to college. >> for me it is important that my daughters graduated from university so they have a better future at work and housing because the houses are not so pleasant. i like the program because they
help motivate them to attend college and support them with everything they need. academically and emotionally. >> she says financial donations will go toward supporting is critical and life-changing programs. for those who can lend their time, they are desperately in need of volunteers who can teach english courses. >> people don't need to speak spanish despite the program, they need to come for the semester and we need over 50 volunteers to support it. >> we have walled our way--ourselves off and we don't know each other. but the canal is such a compact and impacted place. it needs as much help and support as we can give it. >kristen: on this giving tuesda, three families picked up the new adopted puppies at macy's union square. they also have a photo ops with santa.
if you are looking to adopt a pet, the holiday windows will be up at macy's through january 2. we invite you to visit abc 7 news. we have compiled a list of organizations that would appreciate your support. larry: what do faucher, zoom and -- fauci, zoom and grogu i'd like to get up to 30% off my auto insurance with safe pilot. [recognizes voice] mr. gronkowski, usaa is for the military community and their families. that's what makes us special! oh..but... i'm special... usaa. only for the military community.
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4:00. in light of the omicron variant, the u.s. has expanded surveillance and testing at the airport. new cases were found in japan and europe. 44 cases have been found across 12 countries in europe. in the u.s., the fda says it is working to investigate the variant but vaccinations and boosters are the best thing do to stay safe now. there is a caution from the madrona ceo that current vaccines may be less effective against omicron due to the mutations. what do you think? spencer: i'm doing all i can to stay safe. the experts are saying it is almost inevitable that the new variant will eventually be found here. so i'm back to washing her hands as possible, sanitizing, avoiding crowds. and i have been boosted but further boosting is necessary
i'm in line. kristen: we have seen a rush. drew: we are in a better place than a year ago, people are vaccinated, but this is what you want to see. you want to see where it is going, when it enters a country and when we find variants of this what you want. we will have to keep track of new variants after omicron. he will keep you in, this nothing new. it's good we will see where it's going. larry: we don't know at this point and it will be a couple of weeks. in the meantime, be cautious. an interesting change to twitter's rules about posting pictures and videos. twitter says you must have a mission to post video or images of people on their site.
this is not mean all videos posted without consent are going to be taken down. instead, if somebody requests that a video is removed, twitter will remove the post. it does not apply to public figures unless the content is intended to halal -- harass. it is not apply to large crowds at events. not sure this will have a huge impact on the low -- average person, it interesting that jack dorsey left his post running twitter. we are one day in and you will see some changes. kristen: i'm sure there have been working on it for a long time. for us, we are already seekingei permission explicitly before we use anything from somebody. i wonder if this is something they are doing to keep it a platform that is more pleasant, less hostile. i don't know if it.
drew: get some thing taken down as a private citizen that you found was against good taste in your opinion, so this maybe makes it easier to take things down that may have stayed up for a long time. but the public figure thing, you get all of it sent to you. you're not safe. larry: so people will still call me an idiot. can't do anything about that. i will just wear it. kristen: scientists have made discovery in the first living robots. these are using skin cells from an african frog. they are reproducing in ways not seen in plants and animals. they could one day be used to clean up you active waste and
collect micro plastics in the ocean. we should not think of them as robots as metal and ceramic, but they made it in a lab. and to have a purpose, to think on their own. drew: i find this fascinating. for it to be able to gather single cells and make it into a new organism and that new organism can then do the same thing, it is fascinating to me. it is so cool we are seeing this. spencer: i don't find it scary... yet. kristen: when they start using larry's cells... larry: the world becomes a better place. they will clean up a lot of stuff. they start forming into a weather person. we hit the jackpot then. then it is scary for you. what do britney, found she and zoom have in common? they are the most popular pet names this
year. some of the usual names are on there, max, bella, nobody is listening to a word i'm saying. but some pandemic related names have risen, like fauci, covid is up. who names their pet covid? zoom, siri and google also possible. number one is grogu from the mandalorian. when you say siri,, kristen: or alexa! larry: not you. spencer: name your dog fido spell it phydeaux.
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day and we are asked to remember those who have lost their life to hiv and aids. our race and culture reporter looks at new reports that shows the epidemic is still disproportionately affecting gay and bisexual and of color -- men of color. >> tuesday, the cdc director outlining the ongoing disparities in diagnoses and treatment for gay and bisexual men of color. >> today. >> new findings released by the cdc head of world aids day showed newly diagnosed cases declined in the last decade, but made steady for lack and let you know cement.
they see those disparities in real-time. --- and -- black and there were lower rates of prep usage in these communities. while 42% of white gay and bi men were on it, only 30% latino and 20% of african-americans were on it. >> it has a racial equity lens. they need to center black folks and undocumented folks. we don't see that now. >> there are fewer with undetectable status. 74% of white it gave hiv-positive men.
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the great things we do. >> it started on paper 1973 in the bronx. the biggest conception is that it is music. it's a culture. it is how i walk, talk, can't take it off. >> thank you so much for your insight, knowledge and i like the music. let's talk about when when whenn became mainstream. what song do you think? >> rappers delight. it was the first time we saw put out on the way we can get it to the masses, you are it on the radio. 1991, fight the power was the number ones on the radio. that was big. ♪ >> the world has got folks to feed. >> these kids are able to tell
their story. artists, the wu-tang client, how they use their influence with kung flu -- kung fu movies, these brothers from staten island and mixing hip-hop culture and kung fu, chinese culture together. expression. when kids the access to that thing that can never be taken from them, giving them the tools to capitalize them in this world. that is safe, self-determination. that's what we are pushing for. i recently participated in the climate music justice project at the conservatory of music in san
francisco. climate change is a think it's's going to kill more brown people than anything. people are like you are really into this, i'm like yeah, i'm really pro black. i want everything that is killing black people to stop. >> i have been wanting to say something. do you think anybody? >> everybody is welcome. you've got to bust it out. >> here we go. i'm a full blooded puerto rican. we are us citizens with our -- aoc, can you see, we are don't throw paper towels at tows
that is so bogus. >> this is what happens when you mess with hip hop for change, we will get you wrapping. think about black art, culture, that is healing for our youth. the fight for the culture. the four principles of hip-hop culture. ♪ livestream or be there tonight at 6:00 at the community space.
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>> this is abc7 news. >> new tonight, the sheriff's office admits it made a mistake after the abc7 news began to investigate the suspect of the theft at nordstrom. >> you are watching abc seven news at 5:00. it all started one melanie woodrow called defendant joshua underwood yesterday and learned he and his family believed his charges had been drugged. another sheriff's office releasa computer input error. tonight, he is back in custody. melanie woodrow has the full story.