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announcer: building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. >> the driver who was in the truck saw the train coming and jumped out of the truck. >> we are getting new details on thursday's fiery train crash. good morning. i am liz kreutz and we will have the latest on the crash investigation in a moment but first, a quick look at the weather with lisa argen. lisa: we had that early sunrise this morning so looking at some fog out there. we have a dense fog advisory along the shoreline. the highlighted area until 9:00 and that is where we are looking at some particularly tricky driving. you can see the low cloud deck and the sun coming up. beautiful with 45 in the city. 42 in oakland. 46 santa clara, half moon bay. 43 and half moon bay and from our crews camera, another nice view with low 30's in santa rosa
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. 33 in napa. 34 in livermore. with the dry atmosphere. a little warmer in the south bay. today we will be looking at increasing clouds in the north bay. cooler clouds in the 60's. we will talk about the opportunity for rain coming up. liz: thank you. federal investigators are piecing together what happened on the caltrain tracks that left 13 people injured. we are first at the last night. reporter tim johns was there and has the takeaways. tim: new details emerging as investigators from the national transportation safety board touchdown in san bruno. their goal was to figure out what went wrong thursday morning when a commuter train crashed into equipment left out on the track. >> there was a truck and two
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equipment trains which were working to install the electrification system. tim: the ntsb will be here for the next several days collecting evidence and launching an investigation. one of the things they are most interested in is finding out why the positive train control, a system that is designed to prevent accidents like this one, did not work. >> we can confirm the positive train control was on an active on the accident train at the time of the accident. tim: the agency will release a report in the next three weeks followed by a complete report anywhere from 15 to 18 months from now. when ntsb leaves, caltrans will get to work clearing the tracks and restoring service to the affected area, but it currently has no concrete timeline. >> it is difficult to tell. until we get the train out of there, it is difficult to assess the situation. we will do everything we can to move through quickly and safely to get service restored. tim: thursday's crash leaving many passengers rattled. >> it was a scary moment for
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everyone. we were all very anxious to get off the train as soon as possible. tim: officials assuring people their trains are safe and ready to use. >> caltrain has a long safety record. what happened yesterday was absolutely an aberration and surprise. tim: tim johns, abc 7 news. liz: one of the people seriously injured in the collision has been released from hospital. we are posting updates about the story on our website and our abc7 bay area streaming app. just search your app store to get the app right now. this morning, there are numerous reports that russian forces are unleashing a relentless attack near the capital city of ukraine. the u.k. ministry of defense says much of russia's forces are 15 miles from kyiv. ukraine's interior ministry says heavy shelling caused a
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warehouse of frozen goods to catch on fire. reports show that there are no victims. the long column of russian tanks that had been stalled outside of kyiv is advancing with satellite images showing the convoy as close as nine miles from the city center. the president of ukraine urging fellow ukrainians to hold on. >> today everyone is getting glory for ukraine. it shows the world who ukrainians are and what strengths we have the hold our ground, hold on, we will win. liz: also caught on camera in the city, the mayor is seen being detained and dragged away by armed men. he is reportedly accused of terrorism. ukrainian president zelensky is calling for his immediate release.
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violence against russians fighting in their country happening today a humanitarian relief concert for ukraine will be held in san francisco the slava ukraine event, which means glory to ukraine will be held at the golden gate park bandshell on the music concourse from noon to 4 pm musicians will include sunset piano all-stars as well as ukrainian singer and a performance by a ukrainian dance ensemble. the event is free but donations will be collected for the world central kitchen organiz. hope to raise $20,000 for ukrainian refugees. and along the russian river last night was a sea of blue and yellow as guerneville showed its support for the people of ukraine abc 7 news reporter tara campbell tells us whether it's a big city or a small town. the message is a familiar one. the flags the signs the cheering. all for the people of ukraine
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supporters gathering in guerneville. i think it's really important that we shop no matter where we are in the world the husband and wife here showing their support. it's extremely distressing and it's and you know. i feel like i wish i could do more. we've seen the big rallies in the big cities the smaller communities raising. their voice too. i think we're showing other folks around the world that you know even smaller towns care about this. and i'm helping by spreading the word. i'm making some flyers and so i did i put them up and i called my friends and so we can at least participate and for this mother and daughter the support goes a long way fearing for their family and ukraine. no mother should go through what she's going to right now one daughter. walking by her side two others who just fled the country and happy that she cannot even find
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where the youtube is. because it's scary what they show holding on to one another well also holding on to hope i'm hoping the water is going to be over and ukraine is going to win and they can come back home and you know pick up where they left off. in rebelled if it has to be hopefully these images make it to the ukraine and and hopefully they know that we're feeling what they're feeling. and that we support them at least it's people in the ukraine that can at least see that we're over here supporting them, you know physically the perez family here because wanted to do more after seeing the footage all week. it's just horrendous the the children the women being injured and harmed and the young men going out there and fighting for them. it's it's a big deal for us to be either. it's just it was too much just to watch on tv terror campbell. 87 news and more than two million people of fled ukraine since the russian invasion abc 7
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news reporter loose pain yet found a family that's been driving to the romanian border to help hundreds of refugees. up the water and behind not some families with freezing temperatures time is crucial as millions of ukrainian refugees. wait in line to flee into neighboring countries. this is a convoy of the us-based nonprofit save a life international at the border between ukraine and romania our convoy. the guys just stopped and we start asking people who has a babies women come get into our cars so people coming with randomly actually brought around 70 women and babies through the border once in romania many ukrainian refugees don't have anywhere to go that's where cornell his wife and five daughters come in. they partnered with save a life international. we are ready to serve even 24 hours necessary throughout the day, they meet refugees and
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drive them to safety. they own a summer camp 30 miles from the romanian border become this. to three nights and then we try them to find their way for the past two weeks. this family has helped over 600 ukrainian refugees with shelter food, and now relocation to multiple countries around europe. nobody walks from here without knowing where to go. we're gonna change them in the car with us this week. they rescued a 33 teenagers who fled ukraine with their judo coach many of their parents stayed back to for their country as a barortian not in war under the war wayne heavy on this coach is when these teenagers will see their parents again. today is a our priority keep them safe as to cornell. he's hoping more people help. his goal is to continue this aid until this summer the love of
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god. we understand that must be put in action. meanwhile, he's teaching his daughters a life lesson. compassion and when i asked seven-year-old rebecca if she was glad they could help she said yeah, she is in san francisco loose pena abc 7 news. and if you'd like to help the people of ukraine, we have a full list of verified groups and nonprofits sending donations and supplies to refugees that's on our website action. okay now to this weekend's covid headlines, it's now been two years since the world health organization declared the coronavirus outbreak had become a pandemic starting monday. it will be voluntary for students teachers and faculty to wear masks inside classrooms and child care settings oakland though is keeping the mandate in place for two more weeks and san francisco businesses are no longer required to get proof of vaccination or a negative test, but they can still choose to do so, you'll still need to show your card or test results at large indoor event.
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okay, lisa. 610. let's go check out side. all right, we have our earlier sunrise today and then tomorrow 7:23 the sun comes up. you can see already there. we've got some daylight with the fog it is dense at the coast. we'll talk about a cooler afternoon rain chances tonight and then again next week when we see you in a few minutes. all right, lisa. thank you also ahead. it's not over yet the latest move that could allow uc berkeley full enrollment for the fall semester new details about sexual assault allegations as well against former windsor mayor dominic fapoli what an alleged victim told police. in new york city, ♪ ♪ there's always something new to discover. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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limited abc 7 news reporter amanda del castillo has the story. at uc berkeley fears over thousands of rejections following a recent state supreme court ruling to freeze student enrollment could soon be relieved california democrats have agreed to legislation allowing the university to accept thousands more students this fall you have 5,000 students who potentially would have been rejected or waitlisted or potentially put into online or spring admissions, and i thought that was really unfair a cal graduate himself assembly member phil. introduced the proposal friday senate bill 118 and assembly bill 168 are identical retroactive and would give uc berkeley 18 months to address environmental issues related to growing enrollment before a court can issue a decision in opposition phil buckavoy president of the resident group saved berkeley. neighborhoods says they'd be open to aversion of sb118 if it didn't allow the university to
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quote quote game the system. we're very concerned. 18 months kind of moratorium would allow the university to continue to increase enrollment during that period block avoids groups sued the university citing increased enrollment over the years not accompanied by adequate housing negatively impacted the community. we're really pointed in the legislature because this bill doesn't address. the root problem which is that students are unable to find housing block a voice says the group is assessing its next move in a statement. the university said in part. we are continuing to work on our enrollment mitigation plans as currently required and will be prepared to adjust as best we can if there is a change in the law. we took immediate legislative action because of the 5,000 families who are going to be negatively impacted by this situation through no fault of their own a committee. is scheduled for monday? i'm amanda del castillo abc 7
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news three new school board members are now on the job in san francisco yesterday mayor, london breed introduced and then swore in the three women replacing. school board members recalled by voters last month the new members are anne shoe laney mathemedi and lisa weissman ward all our parents with children in the district each has a diverse background, but according to breed they all share a common theme of service and care deeply about seeing a change in how the board operates. port is revealing new details about the allegations made by reality television star farrah abraham against former windsor, mayor dominic late in this report obtained by the press democrat abraham claims. she woke up naked with no memory of what happened the night. she spent with macaulay in florida. she accused him of sexual assault but palm beach police suspended their investigation due to infish insufficient evidence. her attorney is planning to file a civil suit. the poly has denied abraham's accusations.
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all right. don't forget it is time to spring forward reset your clocks and watches because daylight saving time returns early. tomorrow at 2 am some states want to adopt it permanently, but that does require an act of congress abc news reporter. will gantz has more. florida senator marco rubio joining the growing chorus of voices to do away with the biannual time change. so please let's just lock the clock once and for all and put all the stupidity behind us life imitating art daylight saving. not plural. time has never saved us from anything according to the national conference of state legislatures at least 18 states have passed bills to switch to year-round daylight saving time and another 22 are considering it this year, but ultimately the decision hinges on congress who would have to amend the federal uniform time act of 1966 the
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court of popular opinion certainly seems in favor of keeping daylight saving time year round. wanted to be daylight saving. time all the time. i hate early sunsets daylight saving time. is this sunday? our long national nightmare is over at last speaking of nightmares the survey by the american academy of sleep medicine found 63% of americans support eliminating seasonal time changes the national center for biotechnology information has published research indicating that time changes a responsible for an uptick in heart attacks miscarriages workplace injuries and car accident. and the national retail federation supports the extra daylight shopping hours too saying that businesses make more money during daylight saving time will gans abc news, new york? in 2018 60% of california voters passed a proposition to allow the state legislature to change daylight saving time if it was allowed by the federal government lawmakers still had to act but time ran out in the
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legislative session a new bill has been introduced and maybe heard in the committee this month. and lisa that does mean that one less hour of sleep tomorrow. so we heard people to wake up tomorrow, and of course monday back to work. that's right. we like to talk about it. don't we we do our sleep is important to us, right? 623 is the official sunrise this morning and setting at 6:14 the sunset so, yes the last day of that earlier sunrise in the earlier sunset. we do have some sunshine on the way. you can see all the fog behind me there the golden gate bridge and that's why today early in the afternoon. actually, they had a dense advisory dense fog advisory posted until nine o'clock this morning for the coast and we stand with it with the fog at a quarter mile visibility half moon bay and as we get in a little bit closer, you can't really tell but it is certainly foggy from the north coast there around sonoma county down through the golden gate bridge
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pescadero the san mateo coast, and here's a look where you can see the low cloud deck and and the sunny conditions the clear sky above it was certainly cold out there overnight and still with those chilly numbers in the mid-30s from santa clara to half moon bay 37 in mountain view 43 in san francisco and a vantage point here from vollmer peak showing you the patchy fog there looking at the day today that's going to be sunny to start out. in fact all day long if you're in the south bay. otherwise, we will see increasing high and mid-level clouds. look at those low 30s from petaluma to santa rosa. 33 in napa 34 livermore the delta's at 35 and once again nobody there the golden gate bridge there's a car but certainly some dense fog so we'll look for that to lift and then with partly cloudy skies throughout the day today a few showers may arrive in sonoma county later on perhaps marin county and then the system falls apart, but there's another chance of rain late monday into tuesday that sunrise tomorrow at 7:23 the sun sets at 7:15 and
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we'll be looking at the clouds. starting out throughout the day on your sunday today though. they'll finish the afternoon. there's a look at one in the afternoon where we're already getting cloudy up in santa rosa and it looks like you'll have a pretty sunny day in the south bay. the east bay looks pretty bright, but as we get towards the seven eight o'clock hour, perhaps if you sprinkles, maybe some drizzle along the coast waking up to some cloud cover and then partly sunny with more temperatures that will be falling in the afternoon with the warm up behind us for the first half of the upcoming workweek. i have to wait till the second half of the workweek to warm up because our first opportunity of rain not too impressive by sunday night. we have more clouds. we'll bring in that level one system for the first system tonight into sunday with spotty showers less than 500s out there, but there's another system behind this one. so look at the amounts that really don't amount to very much at all across the bay area, but
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enough to perhaps get the ground. that as we go through the middle of the week, let's say monday night into tuesday, actually the beginning of the week. we've got sierra snow we've got wind in the mountains southwesterly winds very gusty tonight the greater lake tahoe area and then by tuesday morning, we'll see most of the activity up far in the north bay. we're talking north of nevada with maybe a quarter of an inch to a third of an inch from napa santa rosa. so that's our more promising system late monday into tuesday 65 in fremont santa rosa 64 palo also getting easy throughout the afternoon level one system late tonight into very early sunday then again monday night into tuesday. are hoping we get more than the ground wet for that second system, but we're back to sunny conditions kind of breezy and cooler throughout the beginning of the week though list. all right. hopefully we get some rain soon lisa. thanks just ahead. it is a marine creature named for where it resides but now researchers say to california market squid has actually
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migrated hundreds of miles north. we will tell you why in the impact the move could have on the rest of the ecosystem. with less moderate-to-severe eczema, why hide your skin if you can help heal your skin from within? hide my skin? not me. dupixent helps keep you one step ahead of eczema, with clearer skin and less itch. don't use if you're allergic to dupixent. serious allergic reactions can occur that can be severe. tell your doctor about new or worsening eye problems such as eye pain or vision changes, including blurred vision, joint aches and pain or a parasitic infection. don't change or stop asthma medicines without talking to your doctor. ask your doctor about dupixent.
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to understand the forces that may have driven a marine species common to the california coast much farther north while climate change may be one of the drivers as abc 7 spencer christian learned the complete story and the impact maybe even more complicated. if you come across a california market squid, it may be on your dinner plate, but when researchers from stanford came across the sea creatures, it was someplace more unusual waters in the gulf of alaska many hundreds of miles north of their normal west coast habitat. yeah. yeah, they're typical range would be from basically, washington state down to down to baja california. and yeah, they they made a made it pretty big leap marine research. benjamin burford was working as
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a graduate student at stanford when he began looking into the northern migration. he found the highly adaptable squid. not only extended their habitat, but managed to keep growing to their full size at the same time. they have the ability instead of having to like reach a specific size or age in order to mature and breed. um, they can adjust that based on the conditions they experience and so often what you'll see is is squid that grow up and really poor conditions like warm not a whole lot of food, they'll mature it really small body size. but at full size. he says the alaska squid have the ability to hunt small fish potentially impacting populations of baby salmon and other sea life. in recent years marine biologists have noted a number of other marine species like juvenile great white sharks. also extending their range farther north to waters near monterey. theories have centered on climate change and warming ocean temperatures, but stanford marine scientists professor, mark, denny says the forces
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could be even more complex. can't just look at over the water temperature went up. so they moved, you know, well you've got to have you know the competition with other things and and the lowering oxygen levels and things like that to to explain it. they say it's all critical to understanding which species might be on the move in coming decades along with where they might wind up and just as important. is the impact they could have on everything from fishing to local ecosystems once they establish themselves. i mean, that's like the first thing we want to know like yeah, what are these squid doing? who are they eating? who's eating them? who are they competing with because it's a new ecosystem. it's gonna it's gonna affect them at stanford spencer christian abc 7 news and researchers did identify climate change factors, like warming waters and decrease oxygen saturations in their home waters. they may have contributed to the shift. word silicon on abc 7 mornings, the ripple effect were feeling here in the bay area from the sanctions being put on russia what experts say could affect
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our plans in the coming months also rising from the ashes the tahoe ski resort damaged in a wildfire that's planning a one-weekend comeback.
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moving forward finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. good morning, everyone. thanks again for joining us here at 6:30. we're gonna start with another look at the weather. so let's get back over to lisa argin. hey, lisa. hey, liz. good morning to you. we have a nice shot from mount tam tam where you can see the fog. that dense fog advisory until nine o'clock along the shoreline that sun coming up 625 last time for a while. we'll see that earlier sunrise. it sets at 6:14 and current numbers are on the cold side from santa clara to half moon bay in the mid 30s as well as mountain view 43 in the city 42
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in oakland and from vollmer peak kind of a cool shot right with the fog there in the sun on the buildings with below freezing numbers santa rosa petaluma. napa's at 33 35 by the delta livermore. chilly 34 so a degree cooler for you four degrees colder in novato. would you believe those 30s on the coast a little bit milder? so the fog lifts will have plenty of sunshine the first half of the day the second half of the day. we'll see the clouds increase in the north bay. it's not going to be as warm staying in the 50s at the coast. cisco a high of 59 while morgan hill should warm into the low 70s. so we'll detail that for you in a few minutes liz. all right lisa. thank you this morning. there is new evidence that the russians are repositioning their forces to encircle the ukrainian capital of kiev. this comes them in heightened concern that russia could stage a chemical weapons attack to escalate the war even further abc news reporter corina. has the latest russia's attacks on ukrainian cities and civilian areas unrelenting in mariopol the a children's and maternity
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hospital was hit earlier now seeing more bombardment with reports of shelling every half hour the mayor of mariopal describing a siege as armageddon. the situation is awful russian army continues to do air strikes airborne been artillery shell and ukrainian president a lot of years olensky posting this address to instagram saying the mayor of melatopo was kidnapped seeing the actions of russian invaders will be equated with those of old isis terrorists all of this while the huge column of russian tanks that had been stalled for over a week outside of kiev now on the move again, you satellite images show the russian convoy that once spanned 40 miles is now as close as nine miles from the city center, and we do assess that the russians are beginning to make more momentum on the ground towards keith despite the critical situation in many parts of the country. there are ominous warnings today of how much worse it could get a us.
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official saying russian forces are bringing in hazmat suits amid fears russia might stage a chemical weapons attack in the country and blame it on ukraine and the us the president saying russia would pay a quote severe price, but wouldn't say what that cost would be continuing to emphasize that us troops will not engage with russian forces in ukraine karina, mitchell abc news, new york. and as the us continues to put economic pressure on russia, we continue to feel some of those impacts abc 7 news reporter zach fuentes talked to experts about what's happening globally and how it could affect our plans in the coming months more pressure is being put on putin as russia's invasion of ukraine continues russia pushing back blocking south bay-based meta social media platforms, like facebook earlier this week and now instagram putin and russia, basically, they are bringing back something we the digital iron curtain used to be in the soviet union now, we have it in a digital format president.
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joe biden continues ramping up the economic pressure announcing that the us and allies are taking steps to deny. most favorite nation status to russia something. he says will be a major blow to their economy in the us and local economy. drivers that continuethe gas pud oil and gas prices have continued to climb san francisco metro area now and average of $5.86 a gallon attention is turned to the ripple effects. those higher gas prices could have key players in the travel industry have just released new findings and how it could impact summer travel, which is a major source of income for local economies and about two thirds of drivers said that they would absolutely changes to their driving habits and their lifestyles if gas prices reached five dollars, which we're seeing that happened in a lot of western states, including california, but they also found that many drivers don't look at spending money on day-to-day habits the same way. they look at spending for long road trips. we don't anticipate this to have
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an impact on summer travel. people are still going to want to get out there and travel. so regardless of how a high gas prices are gonna get people are still going to be taking their summer summer vacations but in the interim when not taking those vacations they are going to be you know, kind of adjusting their habits and driving driving lifestyles in the south bay zach fuentes abc 7 news. and happening today organizers are planning a youth climate march and a rally in antioch. they say their protesting oil drilling in east contra costa county and to celebrate antiox recent ban of oil and gas drilling within its city limits the demonstration begins at 1 pm at the antioch community center uber wants to help his drivers with surging fuel prices. so it's adding a surcharge on fairs and deliveries in the us and canada riders will pay 45 to 55 cents more per trip and uber. deliveries will add a 35 to 45 cents. surcharge new york city is excluded from this because
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drivers they're already received to pay increase the company said the added charges are temporary and will last for at least two months. the money will go to drivers who buy their own gas. the fbi is asking the public for help and locating a pleasant hill teenager missing for the past two months 15 year old brandon a bit went missing from his home january 16th or 17th. he's not been heard or seen from. sense police have been searching for brandon since then and today the fbi issued a national missing persons poster. brandon's family is worried for his safety. the more eyes that get out there and actually see. him or know that it was a you know that he's disappeared. yeah. we're hoping somebody can come forward with some information. that'll will help him, you know. be returned home safely. brandon is five feet six inches tall and weighs about a hundred and five to 110 pounds. he also wears braces. anyone with information is urged to call pleasant the fbi.
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congresswoman jackie speier held a press conference at the south san francisco ferry terminal the highlight funding opportunities for ferries in the bay area the infrastructure investment and jobs act added billions of dollars for transportation. the congresswoman says the bay area has an excellent chance to secure a slice of the pie. we now have 2.5 billion billion that was given to the federal transit administration and that 2.5 billion dollars ended up in the ferry program last month the federal transit administration awarded the san francisco bay ferry operator 3.4 million dollars to purchase a second electric ferry boat and the proposed ferry service extension to redwood city from san francisco. and the east bay has already secured five million dollars in state funding. a federal jury is ruled four sutter health and a huge antitrust class action suit the verdict follows a month-long civil trial.
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the plaintiffs argued unsuccessfully that sutter used his out. market power to inflate prices overcharging patients by nearly 400 million dollars some three million californians were represented in the class action suit sutter tonight any wrongdoing and the jury agreed with the sacramento based nonprofit system. sierra at tahoe will open for skiing on just one weekend this season you might recall that the resort was badly burning caldor fire last october but on april 9th and 10th, the resort will operate two chairlifts and a bunny hill conveyor to celebrate their 75th. anniversary tickets will go on sale on wednesday the resort hopes to open for a full season next winter. and so i had abc 7 morng efhe tral easier where it's being tested out this weekend in the bay area for the first time. and here is a live look outside this morning looking out over the san francisco skyline. just gorgeous here a little bit of fog rolling in we'll check it when lisa when we get back.
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honoring pixar's latest animated feature in a very special way. the zoo is naming one of its resident red pandas. melee after the main character in the pixar film turning red. the movie is a coming-of-age film about a 13 year old chinese canadian girl who one day wakes up a furry red panda this happens at the same time that puberty kicks in the actor who voiced me lee was 12 when she started working on the film. so she says, knew exactly what the character was going through. the changes she was going through is something i went through at that age. so i was able to take my experiences and kind of plant them into the into my voice performance. the director of the film is domi xi, who is the first woman to direct a film for pixar disney is the parent company of pixar and abc 7 happening today dublin's annual saint patrick's
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day celebration will be held for the first time in three years after being canceled because of the pandemic the kicks off at 9:30 this morning at dublin boulevard and amador plaza road, and it ends at the dublin senior center on amador valley road. the saint patrick's day festival follows at 10 am at civic center plaza withutntic irish food carnival rides three stages of music and irish dance as well as more than 250 booths the festival runs today and tomorrow from 10 am to 5 pm. organizers are expecting a big turnout for today's saint patrick's day parade in san francisco. i would like be without the parade. the 170th annual saint patrick's day parade is making a comeback after two years of pandemic delays. mayor london breed declared irish-american friendship day in the county organizers say there's never been such a big crowd for yesterday's flag raising at city hall. today's parade starts at 11:30 at the corner of second and market street, and lisa should be a pretty nice day board as
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well. yeah, but definitely cooler out there in fact as we look at the fog that should give you a hint that it's not going to be like of those widespread 70s we saw yesterday. although it was only in the upper 50s half moon bay for your friday today numbers all coming down out ahead of a system that will kick up the winds tonight and bring back our storm impact scale stay tuned my accuweather. 7-day forecast is next. thank you lisa also next to giants making moves adding to their pitching rotation is baseball's free agent frenzy begins. chris alvarez will have the details coming up in sports.
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♪hefty, hefty, hefty!♪ must be magic. hefty® ultra strong™ with fabuloso® scent. warriors will try to win their third straight game the devs phase the defending nba champion milwaukee bucks at chase center if you're not going you can watch it here on abc 7 tip-off is at 5:30, and then you can join larry beale for toyota after the game at around 8 pm. the giants have made a splash in the free agent market with spring. names that to officially begin
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tomorrow. here's abc 7 sports anchor chris alvarez with the details of that in this morning sports. good morning, the business of baseball is back. we are in for a flurry of activity with opening day list a month away according to multiple reports. the giants have agreed to two year 44 million dollar deal with left-handed starter carlos rodan last season with the white sox rodan had a career high 13 wins through a no-hitter and made his first all-star team giants president of baseball operations farhan anxiety spoke on friday. day before the news of the rendon signing and says they're not done yet. we talk a lot about not just looking for a five man rotation, but a group that can cover us over the hundred sixty two games and then you know again, you know interest in adding a bat. you know what? we obviously love versatility handednesses in his critical, but you know, there's still some really interesting bats out there. what will the a's do with their mats? how about matt olson and matt chapman entering the final year
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of their contracts with plenty of trade rumors surrounding both. here's new manager mark katsey on the first call. he made when the lockout lifted there's a little bit of an argument about the fact that i didn't call the titan first in matt chapman and reached out reached out to matt olson. you know first connected with him and had a good conversation with matt and then went down the line with all the guys. stephen curry passed 20,000 career points with this 33 footer to end the third quarter in golden state's win over the nuggets thursday night currie finished with the game high 34 after a season-high five game losing streak the warriors have won two in a row a little momentum coming into tonight's prime time matchup against milwaukee right here on abc 7. yeah home away. don't really matter. we just want to feel good about ourselves and figure out you know what it takes to win and everybody that steps foot on the floor contributing and being ready to play rest. hopefully take care of also every games an opportunity to keep you in better.
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it's the dubs on seven tonight warriors host giannis in the defending champion bucks coverage begins at 5 pm immediately followed by toyota after the game nba history last night, san antonio spurs head coach greg popovich passing former warriors head coach, don nelson for first on the nba all-time wins list. he now has 1,336 pops was even an assistant for nelly very early in his career and in a full circle moment coach steve kerr the warriors head coach back in the day as well congrats to that is your look at sports. let's send things back to you. all right, and let's go check out the forecast now lisa pretty nice day ahead. yesterday was really nice. yes, certainly felt like spring looking at live doppler 7. we still have another sunny day to start but things will be changing throughout the afternoon for some of us. otherwise. we are still looking at some 70s not as widespread as your friday, that would be in the south bay where you're gonna have full sunshine. we are looking at the fog looks like a summertime pattern right
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from vollmer peak our dense fog advisory through nine o'clock along the coast and we're looking at three mile visibility half moon bay the sun up at 6:25 this morning an hour later tomorrow 43 in san francisco 42 in oakland. it's 37 mountain view and half moon bay with 43 santa clara a cold 35 there looking at our fog here from mount tam a closer perspective sort of enveloping the city there pretty view 31 santa rosa and petaluma, so cold out there the dry air the clear sky no wind at the surface era allowing for a temperatures to drop a pretty quickly overnight 33 in livermore, so we will warm up to temperatures seasonally today where we should be but look at all that fog, you know that we're not going to be very warm at the coast. so that dense fog with us through about nine o'clock then looking at a few showers tonight a weak. will move over us allowing for
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more wind in the sierra nevada better chance of rain monday night into tuesday. so a couple opportunities out there clouds increase perhaps marin county definitely sonoma throughout the afternoon along the coast the rest of you will enjoy the sun then here comes some spotty drizzle light showers possible by sunday we're waking up. the clouds and then partly sunny throughout the afternoon. so we'll look for the system to move on out of here rather quickly. it is a level one with the drizzles body showers just a couple hundreds out there providing some slick roadways and amounts anywhere from nothing to maybe to 100 san francisco half moon bay and as we get into your monday, there will be another chance of rain. monday night but in terms of temperatures upper 60s today for parts of the south bay you should see about 66 this time of year and then we'll cool off a few degrees on sunday, but numbers come right back for the middle to the end of the week above average for cupertino right on by the bay there milpitas.
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here's a look at that other system that will visit us into tuesday. sierra snow a few scattered showers favoring the north bay. so amounts there anywhere from perhaps a quarter of an inch and the rest of us. again few 100s from livermore to san ramon. maybe nothing at all down throughout fremont and san jose and highs today from the mid-60s over into fremont and hayward 68 in san jose mid 60s in the north bay. the winds are going to pick up so it's going to feel pretty cool this afternoon a lot cooler than yesterday the accuweather seven day forecast spring ahead tonight, and we have a chance of some sprinkles monday night into tuesday. maybe that favoring the north bay. then back to warmer weather the rest of the week was all right, lisa. sounds good. thank you in this era of autonomous vehicles. it comes as really no surprise that someone would develop autonomous wheelchairs this weekend passengers at monetta san jose international can not only check them out but also ride in one to get to their gate
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abc 7 news reporter david louie took a test ride himself after standing in line to get through security many a passenger can be tuckered out by the time they start the long march. gate a new solution is being tested at monetta, san jose international and autonomous mobility transport device. this is if you get through the checkpoint and realize you still need some help the help is here for you. just hop in press the destination gate and you're off his technology developed by wheel a japanese company. that's trying to service the needs of passengers with mobility issues since it's autonomous. it also solves another issue. labor associates is the big issue in us so we can supplement the labor issues with our innovative service the power chair navigates with four-wheel drive. it's front wheels consists of 24 small rollers to allow tight turns and in a crowded terminal it stops if anyone is in the way made out of san jose is the first west coast airport to do a
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trial haneda airport in japan has a fleet of 24 they were used 3500 times during the busy december travel period no matter what the number is that helps one or two every day. that's a benefit to everybody wheelchair users here were fascinated by the technology. terminals are very large very long walks long walk. yeah. so you would trust a computerized device like that to take you there to the gate. yes. yes. i would too power chairs will be available in terminal b during the four day trial regular wheelchair service remains available more development is still in the works for this technology. for example to allow passenger to stop to get a cup of we or perhaps to take a restroom break on the way to the gate at medetta san jose david louis abc 7 news okay, next producers say you'll be able to kahlo the immt experience that begins
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frida kahlo exhibits, but nothing like the show that's opening today in the city this exhibit surrounds the art lover with animations of the mexican artist famous works. the paintings will be projected onto 500,000 cubic feet of wall the producers worked with kahlo's family to include personal photographs and music that would give the viewer a sense of kalos thoughts while creating her paintings. you are going to see frida artists, but also free that woman and you can hear the music and you can feel the force of frida and you can understand her political idea better. the immersive frida hollow exhibit will run through june 11th at the svn west san francisco located van ness and market street, and we decided a chance to go last night. it's a pretty cool exhibit lots of places to take nice photos, too. yeah, i would bet sounds very cool. all right, well you want to get indoors if you're going to be in the city because look at all the
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fog temperatures. there are only a high of 59 today and the fog with us creating some problems along the shoreline with some dense. otherwise maybe if you light showers drizzle tonight, most of you won't see anything at all. but monday night into tuesday another opportunity better rain chances for the north bay though 65 today santa rosa as well as fremont sunnier and warmer in the south. a cool and breezy along the shoreline that'll spread across the bay. so level one system a few of them tonight into monday night and then looking at temperatures climbing back up into the 70s with plenty of sunshine for the second half of the work week list. all right, lisa. thank you. and thank you all for joining us here on abc 7 warnings. i'm liz kroits along with lisa arjun abc 7 news continues at 9. am we hope to see you then gma is next. have a great day.
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