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>> building a better bay area. moving forward, finding better solutions. this is abc news. >> nothing to panic about. >> a lot of bright spots. we have to get over that feeling. dan: boston celtics on the road, seal game one of the nba finals. some of the warriors biggest names are not worry just yet. good evening, this is dan ashley and you are watching abc7 news at 11:00. j.r. stone talking to fans. we will beast -- begin with chris alvarez about what the
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players and coaches are saying about this game. chris is live at the chase center. chris: you heard a little bit of it right there. kind of shocking happened in the fourth quarter of this game. for the first time, the warriors have lost right here at home. we'll show you some of the highlights from this game. the soft with klay thompson. 15 points. stephen curry, game-high 34. boston turned it on in the fourth, they were the first ever team to beat down double digits and then win by double digits. the celtics when it. -- win it. >> a tough loss. especially the way we did lose, squandering a 15 point lead. it is not the end of the world.
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we will regroup tomorrow, bring a much better effort. >> we will figure out the ways we can stop them from getting those threes. we pre-much dominated the game for the first 41, 42 minutes. we will be fine. chris: game two, sunday night. pregame shea at 4:00. tip-off is at 5:00. they look to even things out. we will be back in the chase center with more coverage. dan: thank you. a tough game for warriors fans everywhere, especially those in attendance. abc7 news reporter j.r. stone was at chase with fans. he joins us with more. it was looking so good. j.r.: so good. there was such energy outside
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the chase center inside the chase center, until that moment. it was a wild moment. fans cap thinking they were going to come back but unfortunately, they never did period >> a bit of a shock. everyone gets lucky sometimes. >> no one said anything. they have to come together. >> they were awful. could not do it. i do not know. >> what happened? what happened in the fourth quarter? >> gorge out to each other instead of a -- cordial to each other, and set a dog fight. >> turn overs. the turnovers absolutely. those sucked. >> san francisco believes that, everybody believes that. j.r.: some of them holding out hope. we are outside, so many fans
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poured out of this place with just a couple minutes. they knew they were out of reach for the warriors. at times, the crowd was loud. that fourth quarter run came from boston. it really did change everything. out here live, it is quiet. we were hoping for a celebration out here. when it comes down to it, he would rather be celebrating late in the series anyways. i would take a game seven series victory versus a game one loss. plenty to come in this game seven series. dan: absolutely right. first team to win four games, not one-game. it is just getting started. j.r.: exactly, a seven-game series. all the fancy it reminded me. dan: despite the loss, game one
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provided a lifetime opportunity for a local wrapper. a bay area robert was invited to perform during the halftime show. abc7 news reporter amanda custodial has a look at that performance. ♪ >> a familiar anthem for bay area sports fans. the region's own philippine america -- filipino-american wrapper. performing halftime at the first ever finals game at the chase center. beyond grateful. >> for them to see what i have going on as something they want to stand is an honor. amanda: d invitation alone amplifying the importance of aapi. >> i think it really is a unique step between what he is doing
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but also what we are seeing in terms of basketball. it is culturally inclusive type sport. amanda: when it comes to representation, he says he recognizes his responsibility. the native, a public face for that filipino-american community. >> the work -- the warriors did a great job showing their diversity and giving me the opportunity. >> unbelievable, given the global scope of the nba. it is important to see that tie in with the sport of basketball, healthy tie-in for so many of our compete -- communities, especially for so me of our filipino americans. amanda: the opportunity of a lifetime. >> it is an honor to represent for the aapi comdo it on such a big stage. amanda: i am amanda del castillo
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, abc7 news. ♪ dan: abc7 is the only place to watch the warriors in the nba finals. game two is on sunday. pregame show starts at 4:00. nba countdown of 4:30. game two tips off at 5:00. keep it right here on abc7 four after the game beginning at 8:00. new developments with indoor mask mandates. the announcement goes into effect tomorrow. tim johnson has been -- speaking with experts and is in the newsroom. tim: it will kick in at 12:01 a.m. and include most places like grocery stores and gyms. it is the on again off again dance of the pandemic. after a short break, masks are
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coming back on in alameda county. >> we felt like it was time to act in order to limit the impact of this spring wave. tim: health authorities will require face coverings in most indoor settings. a decision driven by the data. >> we are seeing more people in the hospital. unless several weeks, we saw those numbers climb. tim: not everyone agrees. this infectious disease expert does not agree. >> mandates did not seem to work. tim: while she thinks masks are effective, data does not show that mandates work. she points to studies in california that shows counties with and without mandates had similar results in previous waves. >> we have the tools, vaccines and therapeutics to combat. tim: outside the station in oakland, buse were mixed. >> a bus or a train, waiting in line, i think you should wear a
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mask. tim: more than others. >> not all the time. tim: official say there's no new timeline for when the mandate my and but they are hopeful it will be sooner rather than later. >> this is intended to be a short-term measure. we will lifted soon as you can. tim: it is worth knowing that one area that will not be requiring it is berkeley. they have their own health department. tim johnson, abc7 news. dan: for the last four months, the family of a missing oakland woman has been hoping for answers in her disappearance. tonight, police say she was killed by her ex-boyfriend. marshall jones was killed by police yesterday. officials were trying to arrest him for the murder and officer say he lunged at them with a knife. the police department says she was killed on or about january
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6. >> we did not want him dead, we wanted him arrested to pay for his sins. we wanted to meet with him face-to-face. we wanted to look him in the eye and asked him why? ask him, where is alexis? dan: police say they hope someone who has knowledge will feel empowered to come forward. still ahead, president biden addresses the nation in a primetime speech. the action needed to stop it. sandhya: showers in the forecast. hour-by-hour, coming up. dan: first, a look at what is coming up tonight on "jimmy kimmel live." >> thank you. hello my friends in the bay area. jimmy kimmel tonight. queen latifah, top gun actor.
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dan: president biden renews his call to stop gun violence. the address to nation flanked by 56 candles, representing all the u.s. states, d.c. and territories, showing that gun
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violence is a nationwide problem that affects all of us. abc news reporter reena roy has more. reena: president biden seine the epidemic of gun violence needs to stop. pres. biden: after columbine, sandy hook, charlston, vegas, parkland, nothing has been done. this time, that cannot be true. this time, we must do something. how much more carnage will be except? reena: calling on congress to strengthen background laws, lift -- heightened the age restriction. it should be raised from 18 to 21. pres. biden: it is not about
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taking away anyone's rights. it is about protecting our children. the freedom to go to school, church, the store without being shot and killed. reena: he also called for more mental health resources across the country. the latest was in tulsa, four people killed in a medical facility when police say a former patient opened fire, targeting a doctor. >> he came in with the intent to kill the doctor. and anyone who got in his way. reena: authority say he was with a handgun and a rifle. the rifle was purchased hours before the shooting. you details emerge as another mass shooting continues in new york -- mass shooting investigation continues in new york. 10 black people were shot dead in a supermarket. the first person in new york city history to be charged with domestic terrorism, motivated by hate. he pleaded not guilty. in texas, three mark children
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lay to rest after 19 elementary students and two teachers were killed. reena roy, abc news, new york. dan: the ceo of a hospital has stepped down after two years on the job. the facility is facing the possibly of closure after a series of violations led to state and federal regulators threatening to pull funding. officials are working on a plan to get recertified. the ceo of san francisco health network will serve as interior him ceo. san francisco's chinese hospital is getting a serious infusion thinks the largest single digit donation in its history. a donation of $7 million. the hospital is a nonprofit provider and has served chinatown in some capacity for 123 years. the donation will help finish
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several important lodgings. >> a great thing. a result about great effort for purposes of securing resources that will allow the chinese hospital toomplete all the things that it needs to do. dan: most of the money will be used to upgrade the infrastructure and create new programs to take on the challenges the community is currently facing. moving on to our meteorologist sandhya patel with the weather as we inched closer to the weekend. sandhya: this weekend you might want to have the umbrella handy just in case you see some showers. the best possibility will be in the north bay. a late-season storm headed in our direction. it is an atmospheric river for the weekend. as you see here, the blue, one of the weakest forms is expected to impact us in the bay area.
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scattered showers, this is your weather alert for the weekend. give yourself plenty of time to get yourself what you need to go. live doppler seven showing a combination of fog and cloud three now. 50's or 60's. have some fog out there. even cooler light to moderate ss expected this weekend. hopefully you enjoyed the drop in temperature today. tomorrow, little bit of drizzle. afternoon highs will look like this. 70's inland. it will be breezy. cloudy sides along the coastline. level 1 storms come in.
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scattered showers, the highest amount in the north bay. it will be breezy at times. we cannot rule out a shower or two. saturday evening around 8:00 will start to notice it. that is where the focus is staying. most of the light to moderate showers are right there. cannot rule out a couple of showers in san francisco, east bay. this continues sunday morning and evening. most of the isolated possibility will be through here by early afternoon. windfall estimates, couple hundreds of an inch. if you're headed to tahoe, mostly cloudy. slight chance of showers on saturday. better opportunity for showers and thunderstorms on sunday. seven-day forecast, a breezy afternoon.
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that is on we are inspecting the first raindrops. level 1 for sunday, bringing scattered showers. look at the heat that is coming back. before you know it, 60's co-side. -- coast side. it will help lessen the fire danger. dan: the mountain line they got locked in the classroom yesterday is now at the oakland zoo. they say the code has been laying low most of the day. look at that face. the mountain lion wandered onto the high school campus yesterday morning. the students were arriving but a quick thinking janitor saw the cat, locked into a classroom where it spent the whole day until the proper team was able to arrive, tranquilizing entrance -- tranquilize it and
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transfer it to the zoo. coming up, the latest on the effort for the new stadium for the oakland a's. the meeting held today -- the meeting held today and for state controller,
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dan: it is the end of the road for a popular establishment.
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buffalo billy's posted on facebook they are going out of business after nearly four decades. what started as a three-person business in the 1980's expanded into a mammoth operation. it is credited with brewing the first commercially sold pumpkin beer and it beverages were distributed in 40 states. the state is now set for keep vote for ballpark and housing development near howard terminal. today, the bay area commission known as that bcdc held a public meeting. it is up to the commission on whether or not to approve a staff report and remove the designation at the site which would clear the way for the ballpark. today the oakland mayor encouraged them to do that. >> howard terminal is needed. it will meet this region's most pressing needs.
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dan: the mayor says those needs include public access to the waterfront. opponents believe it will reduce maritime jobs. they will vote on whether to accept the recommendation. we will follow it closely for you. let's go back out live to the chase center. it looked great for the first three quarters and then things turned. our sportster great -- sports director larry beil is live. larry: a stunning collapse in the fourth quarter as the celtics shoot the lights out at chase center. they are up in the nba
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>> abc7 sports, sponsored by river rock casino. >> live at chase center. no concern or panic with the warriors. they have to do a lot better after a stunning fourth-quarter collapse. boston could not miss. let's go back a few hours. good to see klay thompson. steph curry set a finals record, 63 the first quarter. orders of 10. second quarter, boston answers. jaelyn brown, ties it at 49. third quarter kerr -- quarter, momentum swinging. warriors have a dozen after the third. what could go wrong?
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everything. celtics could not miss. al hartford, six of his a three swing down. 26. mark is smart. three-point shots. they outscored the warriors. boston, 120-108 for eight series lead. -- for a series lead. >> we hope they don't say that hot. we have to do something about it. watch some film. >> it is the first team to win four games, not to win one. i think that is where confidence comes from. >> my gut reaction, they came in and played a helluva fourth quarter. you have to give them quite it -- give them credit. simple as that. dan: game two, sunday here on
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abc7. grounding it to a double play in baseball. has zeus, a two run double. guide -- giants get shut out. football. 49ers running back announcing his retirement from the nfl. the 39-year-old, today signing a one-day contract so he could retire as it 49er. six teens seasons with the 49er team. sports on abc ♪music playing♪
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dan: that is our rep >> lou: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight, queen latifah, danny ramirez, and music from pusha t, with cleto and the cletones. and now, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: well, thank you. welcome. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. [ cheers and applause ]pthank y big night of basketball in america. thank you. game one -- earlier tonight, game one of the nba finals between the boston celtics and


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