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painted silver by a school of anchovy. this photo showing the mass die off event that happened earlier this week in marin county. >> this is just one of those times where we get to see just the sheer number of the size of the schools of fish. it's amazing. >> amazing and a mystery. there is uncertainty about why the thousands of fish ended up here. here's the county parts director. >> what likely happened is some kind of predator in the ocean encountered a school of anchovy somewhere near the mouth of the lagoon. >> possibly drawing the anchovy into sallow water where they supped out -- supped up oxygen and suffocated. that ending is likely though he believes something else may have attracted the anchovy to the lagoon. >> hungry anchovies go where the food is. >> a volunteer at uc davis says
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this la niña year is generating more food production and theng . the cool water is bringing in more anchovy than we've seen in the last 10 years off of our coast and in the bay. the abundance is good news for seabirds. interesting news for anyone seeing anchovy far from water. >> people might not want to visualize this but i think they are barfing. they are flying over and they can't take it anymore. i would imagine. ? . they are feasting so much. it's more fish than they know what to do with. >> more is done to do what -- experts say don't panic. this has happened several times over the last few decades. >> my biggest words of assurance is that anchovy population is boom and bust. we are in a boom year. unfortunately, they do themselves in. >>
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we apologize for some technical difficulties. hopefully you can hear us find right now. welcome. tomorrow kicks off a long holiday weekend for the fourth of july. we want to get to sandhya patel for your forecast. >> the forecast has one thing that's missing, the heat. let me show you the holiday weekend preview. saturday and sunday are warmest locations. below average temperatures. wendy at times. fourth of july will be milder. low 60's to low 80's. quiet if you are traveling around the state. 70 degrees in yosemite.
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you will notice that heat is confined to the deserts. 109 down south. tahoe, sunny and mild friday, saturday. cooler sunday with a few more clouds and it's going to be great for the fourth of july on monday. i will be back with the fireworks forecast for the bay area, coming right up. >> thanks a lot. great weather but not great travel. millions of travelers around the bay area and country including the bay area will be flying out of town for long fourth of july weekend. holiday travel is shaping up to be something of a nightmare. tim johns is here with us tonight with details on what could be a difficult few days. >> it's all quiet at sfo right now. be prepared for flight cancellations and travel delays if you are taking to the skies this weekend. airlines have been having problems with staffing shortages. all of them could be amplified
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this weekend. karen county resident lisa trust time is traveling this holiday weekend to see family. her flight to denver was scheduled to leave sfo on friday. thursday afternoon, she learned the flight had been canceled, forcing her to make other plans. >> so we scrambled and booked a flight today. >> she's one of thousands of americans who've been impacted by flight delays and cancellations across the country. a trend that is expected to get worse over the fourth of july weekend because of a pilot strike by delta airlines at seven major airports. >> the airlines don't have enough staff. pilots, flight attendants, curbside check-in people, tsa security folks. i mean everyone is shortstaffed. >> he says the airline industry is basic -- facing challenges on a scale it has never seen before. >> if anything goes wrong like a thunderstorm, it's a domino effect.
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it ends up being chaos. >> some passengers say they are worried about their own travel plans. some even receiving alerts like this one from airlines warning them to arrive with plenty of time to spare. sarah says she came four hours early. >> i've been warmed by my family that there have been delays this past week and because of the holiday weekend. i wanted to make sure that i was here. >> the cancellation rate six around one point -- 1.4%. depending on where you are flying to come experts say that might not always be the case. >> we have to be really patient and understanding right now. >> tim johns reporting. if you are staying home this weekend, there are many events happening around the bay area to celebrate the holiday. we have all the information that you need on our website. >> family and friends pay tribute to the 28-year-old man
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killed in a crash connected to an east oakland sideshow. they gathered at the same location where he lost his life early sunday. he was killed after police chased a driver who they believed was part of a sideshow. the car raced away from officers at 100 miles per hour. his brother talked with abc 7's j.r. stone about the dangers of sideshow culture. >> i see it a lot. cars. that's nothing new to us. now that this has happened, now we are grieving and hurting because of the things that we see on a daily basis, turning out to be something that causes us to lose a brother. >> the driver of the car police were pursuing has been arrested. the family wants to know more from oakland police. two officers under investigation
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for misconduct related to the incident. >> fire crews on the scene of a big fire earlier today in vallejo. still monitoring hotspots. it happened earlier this evening. our helicopter was above the scene. crews were able to get it under control within an hour and prevent it from spreading to nearby buildings. there are no reports of injuries. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. >> the oakland athletics are one step closer to building their waterfront ballpark, when nikki approval from the sf bay conservation and development commission. [applause] >> the seven hour session came to a close. the bcdc voted 23-2 in favor of removing port use from howard terminal. casey pratt caught up with the a's president who talked about getting passed yet another stadium hurdle.
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>> it was a massive win, overwhelmingly positive. more than we thought. it's a critical approval that we got today. >> we know this is just a step. joya described it as getting it to second base in this process. third base is what i'm more worried about. that would be getting the oakland city council to vote on a development agreement, community benefits agreement, how likely is that to come before the end of the year? >> it really needs to happen by the end of the year. the mayor is leaving office. she is turning out. she's been the biggest proponent of this body -- project. without her leadership, i don't see it getting across the finish line. we have the next six months to get the approval. we urge everyone involved on the city side to schedule the vote as soon as possible. >> is this a matter of time or are there big gaps? >> a little bit of both. the ball is in the city's court in terms of scheduling the vote and responding to our proposal.
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we are trying to do everything we can to advance this forward. we are running out of time in oakland. we only have the next six months to figure this out. there's a small window of opportunity and we want to see if we can pull it off. it would be an incredible project on the waterfront. it would really be a transformative problem -- project for oakland and the entire bay area. it's an incredible vision. >> you lose, it's done. you win, you get to move on. we will mix up our sports metaphors. let's talk marathon. what mile are we at in this marathon process? >> you know i'm a runner. i think we've cleared 20. we are in the stretch drive here. hopefully we can get across the finish line and we don't collapse or anything crazy. and we get a positive vote. you know, we want our day in front of the city council even if it's a no vote. that would be tragic. that would be better than never
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having a vote. >> we use the abc7news app to send out the alert about today's vote. to get breaking news when it happens, download the abc 7 bay area news app and enable push alerts. >> a historic day in the capital as ketanji brown jackson took the judicial and constitutional oath, becoming the first black woman to serve on the u.s. supreme court. >> i ketanji brown jackson do solemnly swear. >> she was sworn in by her predecessor stephen breyer who officially stepped down today. his retirement marks the end of the high court's current term. before the end of the term, the supreme court released rulings on big cases related to climate and immigration. one curbs the environmental protection agency's ability to broadly regulate carbon emissions from existing power plants. the other ruling gives president biden approval to end the remain in mexico immigration policy that originated under the trump administration. >> governor newsom has signed
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into law a new state budget centered on gas refunds for 17 million californian taxpayers. it's an effort to soften the sting of highfield prices and the cost of living. it will vary from $200 for individuals to more than $1000 for couples with children. the package includes 1.4 billion in utility payment assistance and expanded tax credits. state lawmakers invested heavily in k-12 public education and earmarked about $47 billion for infrastructure projects over the next three years. >> in the north bay, a long-standing family tradition is back. the marin county fair is back on. abc7news reporter cornell barnard went to the fairgrounds for a look at the favorites making a comeback. >> 3, 2, 1. ♪ welcome to the marin county fair. >> all the fun is making a
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comeback at the fairgrounds. from games of chance to all that fair food. >> chicken on a stick. >> is a good? jennifer brought her kids for the day. >> we are excited to have the fare back. we love riding the rides. eating ice cream. >> the pandemic put the brakes on the past two fares but this year, it's nice to be back. >> feeling the excitement from the kids and the parents. it's time for us all together again and that's why we seemed it, so happy together. >> outdoors for health and safety including the livestock competition. collin was showing gabby and clarity. >> it feels good to be back in the fair. covid, it was all shut down and we were doing online shows and options. it didn't feel like we were there. >> how do you feel about the fair being back? hello? >> no comment. high schoolers created these
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unique peace signs. they will be auctioned off for ukraine. >> it's a way for the community to get involved, forigschool students to represent this community. >> that's the real deal. >> the fare is keeping it local when it comes to food. jim and his amazing brisket are from san rafael. >> the fact that covid is pretty much almost over. at the same time, this is a family affair. people bring the kids here. parents come here. there is something here for everyone. >> don't miss these highlights. the og, the funnel cake. something new this year, lobster fries. this is a cotton candy mimosa described as all the fun is accounting -- of a found a fair and a glass. it is very sweet. pablo cruz performs tonight. shealy on friday. kids and seniors get in free today. we are at the marin county fair. abc7news. >> that's great fun. nice to see everybody back out having a good time.
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>> let's get to meteorologist sandhya patel. quite windy today. >> the pattern will remain with us. let's take a look at the july 4 forecast. it will be good weather for the fourth. definitely good weather for the fair out there. morning fog. there will be temperatures in the 50's and 60's. it will be cool to mild in the afternoon. we are basically looking at the fog returning later on that night. let's take a look at the fireworks forecast. this is an early preview. there will be fog around the coast on monday. temperatures anywhere from the upper 50's to mid 60's. good idea to dress in layers. it can get pretty chilly. if you are camping in santa cruz, check out this forecast. fog and sunshine. 73 degrees on saturday. partly cloudy and in the low 70's. sunday, a touch cooler. fog and sun and 69 degrees. here's why we aren't expecting
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any heat. it's one trough after another that's going to continue to dominate over the pacific which means we aren't going to have to deal with any high-pressure or hot weather. fog has pushed over the bay as you will notice. low clouds on live doppler 7. visibility is down to four miles in half moon bay. watch out if you have early plans. onshore breezes blowing. gusting to 26 right now in concord. transporting cooler ocean air in. today's high temperatures only in the low 80's. 50's and 60's right now on those numbers. exploratorium camera showing you gray over san francisco. morning overcast and patchy drizzle. we are looking at a warmer pattern for the middle of next week. tomorrow morning, we will see some drizzle around at noon time. lingering clouds near the bay and coast. expect to see some gray skies to linger. morning temperatures anywhere from the 40's to the 50's.
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afternoon highs with windy conditions coast side. upper 50's to low 80's. inland areas will continue to drop off in terms of the temperatures right on through the weekend. upper 70's on saturday, sunday. upper 50's & co. side. below average. milder for the fourth of july. warming will continue as we head towards the middle and lateral part of the work week with the warmth returning by saturday.
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>> 90 students graduated from the apple development >> it was a ten-month app developing program. participants range in age from 18 to 64 and no coding experience was required. >> it's not like a normal boot
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>> good evening. one more hurdle cleared for the a's in their quest to build a new stadium. the bay conservation commission approved use of portland for a ballpark. the hope now is to reach agreement on financial terms. we get a vote in the next few months.
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a's in seattle. elephant hats in the emerald city. top two. look out. sean murphy almost took logan gilbert's head off. 106.4 miles per hour coming back. maybe more defense than anything. to juan for ramon laureano just like that. gone. we are tied. that one went deep. here's where things go terribly wrong. cal raleigh to center. i got it. ain't got it. it's off his glove. relay from nick allen bounces off. oh my goodness. it's your basic little league home run. a's lose 8-6. >> two big losses today for the warriors in free agency. fan favorite gary payton the second reportedly leaving for a three year deal with the portland trail blazers. jp is only six foot three and play so much bigger. started the year is the 15th man
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and ended up as a key piece of the rotation. he came back from a broken elbow to make a big impact in the finals. it's a three year, $28 million deal for gp. another fan fave one toscano-anderson leaving, signing with the lakers. such a great story. coming out of oakland to win a title. the warriors need to develop moody and baldwin so tes weren't going to be there for him. >> one year after signing a four-year extension for $200 million with brooklyn, kevin durant wants to be traded. the superteam thing imploded. he wants to be dealt to phoenix or miami. the nets had championship hopes and now they are looking at a total rebuild. shockertics. usc and ucla are leaving the pac-12 for the big tennis in this 2024. this is about the tv revenue. it may kill the pac-12. it's been around for more than 100 years.
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um, are people spending 3,600 bucks on bowls every day? is that an everyday thing? >> yeah, you know, hermes did this as well, so they're not alone in this. >> i like the bags, though, the dog carrying bags. that kind of makes sense. >> that makes sense, yeah. the small to medium pet collar is $280, okay? >> okay. that's a fashion statement. sure, i guess. then you've got the dog and bowl cover under $1,300. >> uh-huh. >> and then there's that bag, which is going to run you about $3,000. >> if you're more of like a prada guy or gal, they have a pet collection that included a $2,900 pet bag and a $580 cashmere jumper for your dog. that -- that i might do. >> gucci. coming up, should you hold off on this weekend's fourth of july sales? >> ooh. plus, reports of another bison attack at yellowstone national park. this time, a 71-year-old woman.
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and ahead of this fourth of july weekend, the ominous warning from marine officials on cape cod. the sharks are here. you're watching "world news now."


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