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bay, also on the byron highway. you see on lucas valley road as we go street, a good shower. some of these could be locally heavy. notice depending on where you are they are moving different directions. they are wrapping around the bay in a counterclockwise flow. there is the potential for lightning and hthe biggest threg will be on burn scars down to our south as we have a flood watch for the big sur area. we are a one on the storm impact scale for the next four to five hours or so. scattered showers continuing and then falling apart around 9:00 or 10:00. >> although the rain caused issues for the morning commute it was a welcome sight for many. the first significant storm we have had in months.
>> it is the most rain the bay area has seen in months. we got a steady soaking, nothing to create problems, only pleasure. >> it was a downpour. i did not mind it. with all the drought and all the climate changes going on. reporter: it did seem to catch some offguard. >> a little strange. after all this time, we needed it in the area. reporter: we have gotten so used to dry weather, this changed it up. >> leaving earlier for work. i drive from alameda all the way out here. drive slower. >> while the people enjoy the change, the hope is this really helps the plants. >> my trees are kind of brownish and that is not good. don't really care about the
grass, but i would be disappointed if i had to take out my trees. reporter: by midmorning it had all cleared up. people tell us it was fun while it lasted. >> you can track our abc 7 bay area news app. you can download the app on roku, apple tv, amazon fire, and android tv. >> we are all being asked to conserve water. governor newsom signed an executive order calling on local suppliers to issue more conservation measures and to prepare for a water shortage level of up to 20%. state water officials are going to continue -- consider a ban on watering grass at businesses. so far in 2022 we have seen the driest three months in a year in the state's entire history. now it is for the moment everyone is talking about from last night, the moment that
stunned the audience from the dolby theatre. will smith slapping chris rock on stage, now the academy is launching a formal review. live in the newsroom, the latest, there's a lot to talk about here. >> a lot of people are still having conversations about the fallout from last night's shocking oscars moment. many people are still processing seeing will smith hit chris rock on live television. we are now hearing reaction not only from fellow celebrities, but also the academy board. they met today and the academy of motion picture arts and sciences says it condemns smith's actions. the film academy said it will explore further actions and consequences in accordance with bylaws, standards of conduct, and california law. the code of conduct was updated in 2017 in light of the #metoo movement. it states the academy is
categorically opposed to any form of abuse, harassment, orders from a nation and can suspend those who violate it. this happened live during the oscars last night after chris rock made a joke about will smith's wife jayda. after the joke smith walked on stage and smacked chris rock. i spoke to a public relations expert about the altercation which he called disappointing, but he says this myth will recover from this. >> if he acknowledges what we saw and that there is a bigger goal ahead, the influence he has, not simply in the business and within hollywood, but what he has actually been saying he has been trying to do going forward, the positive influence, if he sees that bigger picture, he will come out with contrition. my hope is also that what was done so publicly he will not hide behind in and try
to make amends with chris rock and his team. >> fletcher commended chris rock's handling of the situation. we saw him make a joke rather than hit back. the los angeles police department says chris rock has not press charges. >> the academy is investigating, although i have to say this is the first monday after the show in a long time they have not had to defend themselves against the show being too long or the host not being funny or the wrong envelope being handed out. behind the scenes i imagine there are academy people going, there are more people talking about us positively in terms of what we are going to do going forward than in many, many years. what possible consequences are there for will smith? >> according to the bylaws, his actions could result in suspension or expulsion. expulsion is very rare. harvey weinstein, bill cosby, and roamed and polansky -- roman
polanski were the latest to be expelled. the question is whether his oscar can be taken back. as of now that is not clear. >> come on, they are not going to do that. we will see. some of the most meaningful moments of the oscars revolved around the best picture winner, which was coda, the first film with a largely deaf cast to win the award. it has also built a new bridge between non-hearing and hearing communities. zach fuentes spoke with local members of the deaf community about what it means to them. >> it is a movie that has captured the hearts of anyone who has seen it. apple tv's coda, which stands for child of a deaf adult, follows a family of four. the mother, father, and son are deaf. the daughter is a coda, the only person in her family who can hear. the movie won his and three categories it was nominated for. >> it is a message that we can do it. we are not disabled. reporter: the superintendent of
california's school for the death fremont -- for the deaf fremont tells me they are thrilled with the impact the movie has made. the father in the movie is the second deaf performer overall to win the oscar for supporting actor. >> he actually directed a play here, so that was here in 2002. reporter: here you see him directing photos in the three musketeers. >> his communication in his native language of american sign language and using the interpreters, speaking to a large audience, it was natural. he is not disabled, he can do this work. the movie and its accomplishments are life-changing for codas.
>> i have always had to explain what i mean when i am a coda. now i do not as much because it has become -- everybody knows after watching this movie, the oscars, it is worldwide. reporter: the hope is the accomplishments the movie has made continue to pave the way for the deaf community is and film making. >> what should happen next is having more death films -- deaf films created by deaf producers. i look forward to an opportunity for our children. >> san francisco's balboa theater hosted a watch party where people could see the oscars on the big screen. it was called the drag the oscars hosted by two drug performers. balboa was hit hard by the pandemic and reopened less than a year ago. the owner says this years dragon the oscars event was one of the first of many to come. don't forget you can always stream the full oscars right now on hulu.
disney is the parent company of hulu and abc 7. you will also find more oscars coverage on demand through the abc 7 bay area connected tv app. it is available for apple tv and android tv while with amazon fire tv and roku. >> think about how many times we expressed a desire for life to return to normal. futurists say that is not going to happen especially with changes that already pose new challenges. david louis looks ahead to what the next 10 years might look like based on what we know today. >> our public health care system is not in good shape. >> a year ago, the institute for the future said we would never return to the way things were before the pandemic. today, she is forecasting what lies ahead. >> in terms of public health, it seems like in view of these pandemics, we need to act as a
union, not a collection of independent states. reporter: that is because we travel and socialize and viruses do not know boundaries. there is also a growing need for caregivers as the population ages. >> we need to recognize that kids have been through trauma, parents have been through trauma. we have all been through some form of trauma. reporter: more mental health services will be needed to deal with pandemic setbacks as well as global turmoil. >> we are going to enter a period of re-globalization, which is rethinking and reinventing what we globalize and keep local. reporter: supply chain disruptions provided a wake-up call about overseas manufacturing. >> the power is shifting to employees. reporter: workers have become more selective and more demanding in a tight labor market. >> we have increasing power of employees to choose where they work and how they work and
organize and really advocate for better conditions. reporter: this could transform how companies balance what is best for shareholders and employees. the next 10 years could lead to significant changes. >> we think the choice of the decisions we make in the next 10 days will impact people long-term. they are critical decisions we need to make. >> a brighter future in bloom for san francisco. you will see floral art installations like this one in various parts of the city. the bloom sf program is running in conjunction with the downtown recovery plan to welcome workers and tourists to the city and revitalize the economy. san francisco's iconic destinations will offer coordinated weeklong special entertainment programs through saturday. >> with high gas prices, some are turning to other modes of transportation. new projects in the south bay emden making it safer to bike.
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instruction or discussion about lgbtq topics in kindergarten through third grade. parents can see if they believe there is a violation. the controversial bill sparked protests and criticism from those who say it marginalizes the gay community. the law takes effect july 1. disney released this statement condemning the law and saying in part it, quote, should never have passed and should never have been signed into law. our goal as a company is for this law to be repealed by the legislature or struck down in the courts and we remain committed to supporting the national and state organizations working to achieve that. >> san jose police say they know no connection between a police shooting and -- four at a campus. police have yet to make an arrest of the shooting around 2:45 yesterday morning. the second incident took place 25 minutes later.
officers investigating the first shooting witnessed commotion from a nearby restaurant. officers shot and wounded a man who police say had pointed a gun at another person. >> two major incidents around the corner from one another. i have never been part of anything like that. certainly different parts of the city, but right around the corner, you take 100 paces and you are in one scene to the other. >> police have yet to release the names of the men in either shooting. the man involves and the police shooting is expected to survive. a new bikeway project announced today as more people turn to other means of transportation. dustin dorsey explains how the multimillion dollar project aims to keep bikers and drivers safe within the city. >> with high gas prices and environmental concerns, more people in santa clara are turning away from cars to get around town.
>> as we try to get out of our cars to reduce emissions, we need to look at alternate modes of transportation and bicycles are the way to go. >> the city of santa clara is standing by their push to pedal with a new plan that just received federal funding. today, 2.72 5 million dollars were announced for byway projects inside the city. >> it is consistent with allowing people to be able to use their bikes to get to work, to get to their friends. it is good for the environment. >> several miles of roadways will be retrofitted with bike lanes and barriers for writers. along these busy corridors, bikers have to share lanes with drivers and the city aims to make commuting safer for all. >> bicycles will connect neighborhoods, ensure safety for residents, business residents, and especially families and children. >> we are looking forward to no
traffic for tallies in the city of santa clara. >> representative this project can prevent incidents from happening in santa clara. >> thank god he is ok. this is why it is so dangerous to have bicyclists in the same lanes as cars. that is why this was a commitment for me to get bike lanes in santa clara. >> the city council will work with the community on next steps. >> turning to the forecast with mike nicco, more rain coming? mike: a little more during the evening, then we turn off the water works. this will green up our surrounding hills, also help some things bloom and it will make the pollen rise also. some things to be aware of as we move forward.
san jose, quarter of and inch. a third of an inch in richmond and oakland. napa. three quarters in santa rosa. san francisco, only 18 hundredths? and if we receive no more rain the rest of today, and i'm not forecasting any through thursday, this will be the driest first three months of the year ever. that goes back 172 years. here is a look at the multilayer cloud cover and some of the rain coming out of these scattered clouds bringing us those scattered showers. leftover moisture means morning fog for several days. it will be dry with a warming trend through saturday. here is one of those showers moving through fairfax, lucas valley, san rafael. rainfall only staying over about 15 minutes. another 10th of and inch.
this is going to rolloff through mill valley over the marin headlands. it moves out to sea. we have three areas of low pressure. those are chunks of energy that are squeezing the atmosphere and bringing us a chance of scattered showers. you see by 7:00 we have lost the yellows and the oranges, we have lost any threat of thunder or hail. by the evening, by 11:00 tonight, you are watching spencer, it is gone. we will look forward to fog forming. let's talk about what's going to happen during the evening. we see showers tapering, over by 9:00. quickly will be in the 50's if not low to mid 50's by 10:00. look at that cloud cover. about 49 in san francisco, oakland, and san mateo, and fremont. here is a look at the cloud
cast. by about 8:00 we are as thick as the fog is going to get. into the lunch hour, a few patches lingering along the coast and some high clouds in the afternoon hours. highs will be milder than today, except the coast. mid-60's around the bay. we will open up to more sunshine as we head to thursday and friday and saturday, our warmest days away from the coast, well above average in the low to mid 70's. the warmth will fade, then it rebounds monday. spring is going to come back pretty quickly. >> not another drop in sight? >> not according to the long-range models. >> coming up, pain at the gas pump. inflation pushing prices higher at stores as well. >> know something else could have people in the
>> smokers will no longer be able to buy cigarettes at some walmarts in california. the retail giant will be replacing tobacco shelves with grab and go stands for food and candy. the change will take place in california as well as florida, arkansas, and new mexico. walmart issued a statement saying it is always looking at ways to meet the needs of customers, but added it will not
be halting all tobacco sales. >> high gas prices continue to have an impact on people's lives. now many of you will see an increase in utility bills. reporter: people joke about everything going up except wages. there is a lot of truth to that. >> all the overtime i can get, i have to sees that -- seize that. reporter: a water price increase will go into effect. the sf public utilities commission has a problem. less water usage means the sf puc is not getting the revenue expected. then there is pg&e. march 1, the average residential customer experienced another price hike of 9%, driven by the cost of purchasing electricity. because the increase just went
into effect, customers are not yet able to compare one bill against the other. but the utility reform network says it does not end there. in 2020 three, pg&e will ask for another 30% increase area -- 30% increase. >> wildfire mitigation costs including miles of electrical line. reporter: given what people are going through in ukraine, we do not have much to complain about, except that when i spend more on gasoline and my utilities, i'm also spending less on other things. >> the entire economy from the point of consumption, production, employment, everything gets dragged down. reporter: there are things you can do to lower your power bill. concerve during the hours of 4:00 and 9:00 p.m. and ask for an outdoor evaluation. >> look at plants, irrigation,
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>> dan ashley joining us from the newsroom. got to start with will smith, the slap heard around the world. the academy has condemned the actor after he walked on stage during last night's oscars and slapped chris rock. moments ago smith apologized on instagram saying, quote, i was out of line and i was wrong, adding there is no place for violence in the world of love and kindness. rock made a joke about smith's wife. smith says the joke about her medical condition alopecia was too much for him to bear. everybody has something to say about this. dan, do you think this apology was heartfelt? did it come from the right place? >> i think it was, cooler heads
after the ceremony, nearly 24 hours -- probably was overdue, but i think yes, it is sincere. would have been nice if he got -- if he did it when he got up to accept the oscar, but people were not thinking clearly. i wasn't comfortable with chris rock's joke, but that does not justify slapping anybody. we still do not know whether chris rock actually knew his wife had a medical condition alopecia or just was referring to the haircut. we do not know for sure whether he really was being insensitive or just did not know. >> it should be pointed out that jada pinkett smith posted on instagram that she was shaving her head and all of that, so she put this out there publicly. whether chris rock knew that or not, it was not a great joke. i will just say this. i wish instead of chris rock it was the rock that was standing there or jason momoa because you know what will smith would have done? nothing.
>> it is just unfortunate because it has distracted from an otherwise great night. i think the apology is sincere. i just wish he had thought more clearly before. >> if he had done it to someone else we would have had the first exception speech from inside an ambulance. he was completely over the line. >> it was an assault. >> mike, you and i talked with one of our black coworkers who says no matter alopecia or not, you just don't make those types of jokes about black women's hair or women's hair, period. moe he ma called good hair, he should know better than to makeany time or day, whatever, e just should not have gone there. that is an area he should have stayed away. i love you but for no disrespect, but -- you probably should not say what is coming out of your mouth after but.
>> except he is a comedian. >> he is a comedian. if there was no slap, the joke would have been forgotten in one second and none of us would have even been remembered. honestly. a lot of us did not know what it meant. i will be honest with you, a lot of us thought, well, she had a shaved head and she is a tough woman and maybe that is what he was going out. >> an attempt at humor and it backfired for everybody. if you first last night and you can talk about -- this overshadowed obviously, coda becoming the first best picture winner from a streaming service. ariana debose the coming the first openly queer woman of color winning an oscar. the documentary the queen of basketball. all of the coda remarks and the
recognition was so positive and uplifting. it was really a pleasure to see that and how everybody embraced that. >> it was a beautiful moment. i went and washed that -- watched that after the oscars and it is delightful. a charming, well done film. >> i think it is interesting so many of these films were streamed this year, not seen in theaters. it changes the way we watch movies now. >> wasn't steven spielberg a few years ago who said they should not be in the running? >> how the tables have turned. wax apple tv won. >> moving on we want to talk about the pandemic and inflation as we approach easter. more people are planning to attend church services in person this year according to a survey from the national retail federation. soaring prices have families bargain-hunting, the same survey
shows consumers are planning to spend $169 this year. it was last year about $179. maybe you are like me, you just go after for the easter treats that are on clearance after all of it, 70% off. >> after 40 days of not eating sweets and fried food i might be heading that i'll. -- that aisle. i understand a lot of people like to go to the sunrise service and the fact you can have it outside and more people can gather, i see why attendance will be up this year. >> it seems like people are making for lost time. i don't know if you plan to do anything differently. >> we will have a get together which we are looking forward to very much. it is a nice time of year and a great holiday think people are h pent-up desire to go out and do things, go to concerts, go to
movies, this is part and parcel of that. >> a mom thought she would surprise her daughter with tickets to see the red-hot chile peppers. -- red-hot chili peppers. one small problem. it -- >> it was the chili pipers. >> they are a scottish bagpipe band. slightly different. mom and daughter said they still had a great time, which was awesome, but you know, you have to read the fine print sometimes, right? >> such a great mishap. but you know, they had a nice time, they have a great story out of it. in some ways it is a better story than if they had seen the red-hot chili peppers. >> so when are you booking them, dan? >> the peppers were the pipers?
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assistant coach about what it means for women in baseball. reporter: busy working with the giants, getting ready for the season, but she made time to talk to me about her big step for women in mlb. i also spoke to the giants manager about what it has meante coaching staff. since the beginning of baseball, men have dominated the field until the moment this woman stepped out in uniform in 2020. >> it was certainly emotional. i grew up just loving the giants. i was three weeks old when i went to my first game. it was a combination of, one, wow, no females have done this before, and two, i get to represent this baseball team that has meant so much to me for so many years. for my whole life, actually.
and what an honor that is. reporter: alyssa nakken put in her time to get to this point. from her years as a star softball player to taking on a dream internship for the giants in 2014. >> one of my supervisors asked if you could have any role in this organization, what would it be? i told him i don't see it yet. i know it is here, i just do not see it. reporter: she could not see coach as a possible title at that time. >> it never crossed my mind. i never saw a woman in this position. >> that changed when they hired a new manager. he built a new coaching staff with an open mind. when you said you wanted to hire her, did you get any pushback? >> there's always going to be question marks because people don't have a good understanding of how valuable diversity can be in leadership positions and it
is our belief that diversity and winning are very much connected. reporter: hiring her came down to her being the best person for the job. >> first and foremost she is an excellent connector and communicator. she can see issues that arr ise and think about how to problem solve. independently she is as hard a worker as i have been around and she is more than willing to take on any task and she is a great task executor. reporter: after gladly accepting , she made history, becoming the first female mlb coach. something that certainly made headlines and drew some criticism. do you think there is added pressure on you because you are a woman in this position? >> i do not feel added pressure.
in this game there is just so much pressure, you have to compete at the highest level every night for a really long season. i work for cap. that is the leader, that is who we are working with and working for. we really trust in his leadership. he puts pressure on us to show up every single day and elevate and raise the bar for ourselves and each other. >> do you think there is a benefit to other baseball teams hiring more female coaches and getting more women on staff in mlb? >> absolutely. it is just silly that for so long they have only pulled from 50% of the candidate pool. when you cast a wider net you have so much more opportunity to actually select the best person for that role. just naturally, the teams are
going to see how much of a competitive advantage you can have by adding diversity to your staff and your clubhouse. reporter: more diverse experience is what they both believe at the end of the day is what makes for a winning team. >> there is a proof of concept here. i think i would say it. players would say it. our coaching staff would say it. she has been just an extraordinary addition to our clubhouse, to the field when she is on it, and to staff in general. she made us a better baseball team. reporter: and the advice to the girls who are watching you? >> before spring training, the best advice i got was don't try to be the type of coach you are not. it seems simple, but i think about that every single day, and i'm really happy that it is just
simple advice because that makes everything feel less overwhelming. >> the giants recently held a seminar for college softball teams at oracle park. the goal was to expose them to different areas of the game. alyssa tells me she is proud of that and one woman has already interviewed for another team. pretty great, huh? >> i love the representation. when you see a woman in a row like that you start to think. >> all the girls going to baseball games see her and say i could do that, too. >> great story, thank you. >> the stanford women's basketball team takes another step toward defending its title. it will be stanford's 14 final four appearance under leonard -- under their legendary coach.
they will play friday against the winner of tonight's game between n.c. state and uconn. just one note on alyssa nakken, give the giants and their s an aot of credit. t vlike, you never played this game, what do you know? they had sive scene she has to -- they have seen she has the credentials. let's get to the weather. mike: we have a one on the storm impact scale for the next several hours. scattered showers, chance of thunderstorm. we have seen them on the periphery of the bay area and some of those could rotate into our neighborhoods. here are some sprinkles around campbell and also cupertino. we have a little bit of light rain falling on the altamont pass as you get into the eastern part of contra costa county. tours american canyon on 80 or
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♪ reporter: it was the performance of the night. ♪ reporter: the cast of the oscar-winning encanto coming together to celebrate the chart topping song we don't talk about bruno. the song not nominated for any awards but still taking down the house with a surprise appearance by. ♪ megan thee stallion along with sheila i.e., -- sheila e and luis fonsie. sebastian yatra enchanting the crowd with the song that was nominated from encanto. and queen bey serving up an
ace to open up the show. >> give me some horns. ♪ >> strings. ♪ reporter: performing her song from king richard. >> we have these great tennis players. all we need is a club. >> i want you to tell these people where we are. ♪ reporter: all performers clad in tennis ball yellow in amash to the powerhouse athletes -- homage to the powerhouse athletes. ♪ reporter: but the night belonged to billie eilish and phinneas. there song no time to die from the james bond film of the same name taking home best original song. ♪ >> did you look at the audience while you were performing? >> ohno. reporter: did you lock eyes with
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>> building a better bay area. forward. finding solutions. >> san francisco is officially in bloom and that is a city initiative really reminding people we are open. we are back. workers are coming back downtown. we are emerging from what was a very difficult and challenging pandemic. >> it is a weeklong celebration in the city by the bay to welcome workers back after a long pandemic pause. >> thanks for joining us. it is part of the mayor's downtown recovery plan: bloom sf. >> abc seven news reporter cornell barnard checked it out and has the details.