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residents say they are afraid to come into city centers. i will tell you why, coming up. >> more on what we are learning about the latest mass shooting tonight. >> spring scorcher for tomorrow. abc7news at 11:00 start right now. >> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc7news. >> a cooldown came as the sunset this evening. beautiful night but tomorrow, temperatures will soar, likely bringing record-breaking heat to the bay area. good evening. thank you for joining us. i'm dan ashley. ama: and i am ama daetz. sandhya patel has a look at the hotspots. sandhya: tomorrow, we will turn up the heat and it is definitely going to be hot enough for you to notice. let me show you how hot it got today. 86 in concord. 79 in san francisco. mid 80's around san jose. it has cooled off nicely anywhere from the 40's to the 60's right now. check out your hotspots.
92 in livermore. if those temperatures come in in the low 90's, they would be records for the day. san jose, 92 degrees. plenty warm in san francisco, palo alto, and oakland, all in the 80's. i will be back to let you know when much cooler weather will arrive and even the possibility of rain. dan. dan: thanks a lot. i sweltering in the south bay. the high is expected -- a sweltering in the south bay. the high is affected to reach 92. amanda del castillo has a look at the concerns that come with these higher temperatures. amanda: a warm wednesday night with hotter temperatures expected to hit thursday. temperatures forecast to climb into the 90's for santa clara valley. the fountains at closet essays are chavez -- plaza de cesar chavez. the warm weather drawing people to dine outdoors. >> i was inside most of the day
so i did not get a sense of how hot it was but knowing the evening was comfortable brought us out. amanda: in santa clara, the heat is helping shanice baker and her family plan their spring break activities. >> we love being outside so camping, that's on the list, and hiking is on the list. other than that, yoga and meditation on the beach. amanda: the tsarnaev welcome site for the baker's who just moved from -- the sun a welcome sight for the baker's who just moved from atlanta. here is jan with golden gate weather services. >> we are lagging by 1.5 seasons of rainfall, a real big deficit. it will take a while to bill -- a wild to build that up. -- a while to build that up. amanda: the heat is expected to drop after a brief spell of unseasonably hot weather,
worsening drought, and dry fuel. >> the biggest impact the next few days will be exasperating -- exacerbating the fire danger. fuels are not terrible but they are certainly drying out fairly rapidly. amanda: in the south bay, i am amanda del castillo, abc7news. ama: that fire danger is why crews are clearing vegetation months ahead of summer. these firefighters are working on steep terrain, decreasing the risk of fire danger. this is not the only pathway they are clearing. they are creating a path for people of diverse backgrounds. >> is about giving back to the community as well as giving people in underserved communities a pathway. amanda: the program offers -- ama: the program offers career guidance. it also offers recruits a paycheck. it comes as the drought continues and more firefighters are needed. you can check temperatures, get
forecasts, and learn more about bay area whether any time in the weather on-demand section of the abc streaming tv app. downloaded from roku, apple tv, amazon fire, and android tv. dan: let's focus on the economy and abc 7's ongoing commitment to help build a better bay area. it seems crime is keeping some people away from the largest cities and certainly businesses in those cities. tim johns has a look at a new survey that uncovered a fear factor that could actually take a real economic toll. 10. tim: that's right and these numbers representing a change in public perspective in just a matter of a couple of years. in 2018, crime was barely a factor for people in the survey. known for its streetcars, natural beauty, and urban buzz, san francisco's terms have been well known for decades. but now, new data released by the bay area council says 65% of local residents are avoiding
going into big-city downtowns like oakland, san francisco, and san jose. one of the biggest reasons is crime. >> whether it is homelessness or street crimes, neighborhoods subject to property crimes -- tim: he is a spokesperson for the council. he says whether people's perceptions are accurate or not, they can have a meaningful impact. >> it's not debatable that people's perceptions are in a way reality. tim: it's not just bay area residents who have concerns. crime remains a worry for companies, too. >> it has been something we have been talking about pre-covid. the conditions on the streets of san francisco. we can do better. tim: ronnie fong says if left unattended, elevated levels of crime can have snowball effect on not just businesses but also jobs. >> the real penalty for the business community is a small business when there is crime on the street. tim: not everyone feels unsafe.
on the streets of the city, several tourists tell abc7news that rumors of crime and homelessness in san francisco were more scary than the reality. >> it's been pretty innocuous as far as interactions. tim: with local perceptions now overwhelmingly negative, he says it is up two area leaders to try and face the problem head on. >> it's really incumbent upon local leaders to acknowledge these fears and take necessary steps to display and show that they understand these fears. tim: according to the survey, people were most afraid of being a victim of a home break-in or car break in. in san francisco tonight, tim johns, abc7news. ama: thank you so much, tim. developing news in the war in ukraine. officials say major fighting is underway in the east and they are urging civilians to evacuate some areas. president biden announced new
sanctions, banning new investment in russia and sanctioning two of vladimir putin's adult daughters. u.s. prosecutors are working with their european counterparts to investigate potential war crimes. into owns -- in towns north of kyiv, video of what russian troops left behind. james longman got a firsthand look of the destruction. james: businesses, homes, completely destroyed all the way down this road. you can see the apartment building. people's homes just chopped in half. ama: more than 11 million ukrainians have left their homes since the invasion began six weeks ago. dan: a napa -- natural path that dr. pleaded guilty to charges she sold fake covid immunization pallets and phony vaccination cards. abc 7 was at the home of julie as agents carried out boxes last july. prosecutors say she told patients the pellets would
provide lifelong protection from covid and she provided fake vaccine cards to more than 200 people. she faces up to 25 years in prison and $250,000 in fines. a warning from concord police tonight. imposters are posing as ups drivers in an attempt to burglarize unauthorized or unoccupied homes. this man was seen wearing a reflective vest. ups says their drivers always wear a brown uniform. new developments in sunday's sacramento mass shooting that claimed six lives. police believe there were at least five shooters now. j.r. stone has a look at the challenges investigators are facing. j.r.: these three suspects are facing felony charges involving illegal gun possessions before, during, or after the sacramento mass shooting. known charged with homicide or murder and now this -- none charged with homicide or murder
and now this news. our sister station in sacramento sent us this video posted to social media showing what appears to be suspects -- suspect martin. -- dancing while holding a gun. the video is believed to have been recorded on the night of the shooting due to a timestamp. sacramento pd received nearly 200 video and -- videos and photographs and say the shooters were among two groups exchanging gunfire, going so far as to say -->> we would like to confirm that the shooting is gang-related. j.r.: we spoke with rick smith who spoke about some of the challenges police are now facing. >> the problem they have is putting it altogether. there's so many people involved in it. they need to charge everybody that fired a gun out there. and not just the people that shot somebody. j.r.: wednesday, the third suspect, dawson, who is now out of jail, faced a judge for the first time. investigators say he was seen in
possession of a gun in the aft -- aftermath of the shooting but don't believe it was used in the shooting. smith is upset and concerned about what happened. he says the community should keep one thing in mind. >> this is a gang fight. it's not some random not running around -- nut running around shooting people. these people had a feud. j.r.: police say they are sorting through all of that evidence as they try to determine who those shooters were. j.r. stone, abc7news. ama: a landlord in the bay area has not received rent from his tenants in 20 months. he is owed more than $100,000. you heard about pandemic help for struggling renters. tonight, and landlord's perspective. dan: a food fight. a taqueria will open another location despite the city's ban on chain restaurants. ama: do you recognize this man?
he caused a frenzy today outside chase center. he is teaming up with the warriors although he will not play in any games. dan: big star appeared all of that is ahead but first, here is a look at what is up ahead on jimmy kimmel. jimmy: thanks. we have kardashians, generous -- jenners. i don't know if you guys have china yet. >> that is so cute. [applause]
ama: for the past three weeks, luz pena has been covering the rent crisis california has been facing. she has spoken to lawmakers behind a program that protects tenants from getting evicted while they wait on state laid. -- aid. today, she spoke to a landlord who has not gotten paid in nearly two years. luz: he bought his dream home in pleasanton with a view of the mountains. >> looked out this window and the woman said, oh my god. it was just amazing. -- amazing for her to see what this was. luz: 36 years later, his dream home is now an income property but for the past 26 mons, he has not made any income. >> for over two years, i have tenants who have not paid a single dollar. luz: gary said the couple who rented the house have a business and the wife has a stable job
yet refuse to pay, citing covid rent protection laws. >> they are very aware that they do not have to pay because i cannot evict them so that is what they are doing. they are purposefully doing that to me. and you know, it hurts. luz: how much money do they owe at this point. >> over $100,000. luz: he realized he did not qualify for the program. his property is in alameda county which is running their own housing relief program with federal funding. >> i applied for that last july. they told me they received the email and the application but nothing ever came out of it. luz: alameda county received $129 million to help tenants and property owners with rent. they received over 13,000 applications. and so far, approved close to $6,000. the east bay rental housing association says many landlords are on the verge of losing their properties as they continue to wait for the state or the
counties for help. >> they are getting out of the business because it is just too complicated and restricted -- restrictive to run the business. luz: gary does not know how much longer he can hold onto his dream property. >> basically zeroed out at this point. i have $50 in my savings account now so i have a big problem. i just paid for my real estate taxes and mortgage payments. everything is paid so i'm clear through april but then may, i'm going to have to get, you know, i will have to borrow some money. luz: the housing director says they are running out of money and want to be able to help everyone even if they qualify. she says they are now prioritizing small property owners and tenants who may be on the verge of homelessness. as to property owners like gary, he says there tenants do not pay them, they will have to take them to court. luz pena, abc7news. dan: a mission-based restaurant once voted best mexican food in
california is coming to north beach. it was given the final approval to open on grant avenue. it comes after a month-long dispute over the city's ban on chain restaurants within the area. the city classified its restaurants as a chain. north bay and san francisco. the city gave the owner the green light after some restaurants were named under a different name. ama: ak pop sensation with a high-profile role with the golden state -- a kpop sensation with the high-profile role with the golden state warriors delighted fans today. bambam thrilled fans. today he launched a new collaborative clothing line with warriors. the fans were surprised with an in person meet and greet. >> when i pulled out the ticket, i was already outside.
people were filming me and they saw my rot reaction. he posted it on his story. -- raw reaction. he posted it on his story. i'm so lucky today. >> he will perform at halftime. it is believed to be the first time a k popstar has performed at halftime during an nba game. dan:dan: it's going to be fun. let's turn to the weather and the heat. ama: i don't know how much fun that will be. sandhya: especially if you don't have air conditioning. tomorrow, you will start to feel that heat so uncomfortable tomorrow. especially for inland areas. let me show you what is going on with the atmosphere. a strong ridge of high pressure has built in and we are on our way to a very hot day. hot enough that we will see some records. as we look hour-by-hour, quickly warming up by noontime, most of you are in the 70's and 80's and that is not where you end up. here is the live view from our
east bay hills camera. stunning tonight. records are expected in santa rosa. 91 degrees. oakland, 87. livermore, expected to hit its record at 92 degrees which would be a couple of degrees above. places like san jose, redwood city getting pretty close and here is a look at the air quality as we head into the next couple of days as the heat builds. air quality is going to decline. moderate for tomorrow and friday. i want to show you something else. this is a postcard sunset from our south beach camera seven: -- 7:37. it does give you the colorful sunset. 40's to 60's on the temperatures right now. still pretty mild across the region. a beautiful view of san francisco. cooler costs friday. still warm inland and then sharply cooler and windier as we hit the weekend.
temperatures will range anywhere from about 45 in half moon bay to 60 degrees in san francisco. higher clouds will be streaming in tomorrow morning and they will continue throughout the day so filtering the sunshine. hot in the south bay. 92 in san jose. on the peninsula. definitely hydrate yourself. it's going to be warm. 87 degrees in menlo park. 80 in half moon bay. 80 three degrees. 80 in the sunset district. north bay temperatures walking on the warm side. 88 in san rafael. short sleeve weather. 88 in napa and the east bay. 90 in fremont. inland and it's going to be summerlike heat. 92 degrees in the room more. we will show you what the weather looks like for the home opener. the giants take on the marlins. perfect, mild, not as warm. those upper 60's. perfect baseball whether next week. much cooler weather and we are
talking about rain on monday. sierra snowfall. the accuweather seven-day forecast. warm inland friday but cooler coast and day and the cooling spreads over the weekend. the winds kicked up and guess what? it will feel like winter on monday. level 1 storm. low 50's to low 60's. you will need those sweaters. ama: when it comes to cybersecurity, the biggest threats don't always strike the biggest targets. so help safeguard your small business with comcast business securityedge™. it's advanced security that continuously scans for threats and helps protect every connected device. on the largest, fastest, reliable network with speeds up to 10 gigs to the most small businesses. so you can be ready for what's next. get started with internet and voice for $64.99 a month.
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>> abc 7 sports sponsored by river rock casino. >> the warriors have the three seed in the west. tomorrow night, they will host a team that had one of the worst implosion's we have ever seen. the makers, i don't know. they will miss the playoffs. a quick shot of steph curry without the boot on his injured foot. i will tell you who is really ready. draymond green's son, dj. he was yelling you got to make the lay-up. steve kerr on steph curry's progress. >> we practiced on one side of the court, one court.
shooting on the other court, not full speed, but just moving and came out yesterday really well. seems to be doing really well today, too. >> everybody is thinking about steph curry including lebron james who was asked who we hit -- he would like to play with on his own show, the shop. >> steph curry for sure. >> when he get out his car, you better guard him from the moment he pulls up to the arena. >> he has picked me in the last two all-star games so i don't know if that suffices but i'm good right now. >> not going to happen, lebron. tiger woods set to tee off in the masters tomorrow. 7:34 a.m. california time tomorrow. the par 3 contest at augustine national between the raindrops, really cool on 16. all skipping the ball to the green. the degree of difficulty, extremely high. jason crow correct made the
slick ease -- jason made this look easy, spending it back all the way as if being drawn by a magnet. only a hole in one on the day. mike with a birdie attempt on one. nick will do his best curling impersonation. i guess he watched the olympics. that is fun stuff. major league baseball opening day is tomorrow. a's and giants don't play until friday. mascots from both teams got together at the plaza in san francisco. jeffrey hackman was there and so was vita blue. >> this is something i enjoy doing, mingling and meeting people. having played for the a's and giants, -- fans.
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york city that i've found that has west-coast-style tortillas. >> it's like pizza. the ingredients are the same, but for some reason, it's better here than it is on the west coast. sorry, no shame to the west coast. pizza's our thing here, right? >> i'm hungry. >> maybe we'll get a breakfast burrito. >> ooh, not bad. coming up, the plan to ban unruly passengers from all flights. plus the kardashians open up about high-profile relationships, including caitlyn jenner. and a decision on the fate of will smith's career might come as soon as this week. you're watching "world news now." do you have a life insurance policy you no longer need? now you can sell your policy - even a term policy - for an immediate cash payment. we thought we had planned carefully for our retirement. but we quickly realized we needed a way to supplement our income. if you have $100,000 or more of life insurance, you may qualify to sell your policy. don't cancel or let your policy lapse without finding out what it's worth. si