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finding solutions. this is abc7 news. >> it is infuriating and sad. >> fourth of july fundraiser foe group but instead it is fizzling because of thieves swipe their fireworks. good evening, i'm ama daetz. the optimist club of newark else is fireworks every year with the proceeds going to help children in need. tim has a story you'll see only on 7. >> to have somebody take away our lively hood was very disappointing. reporter: a less than explosive start at this fireworks stand on newark. the stand sells a variety of fireworks every year. monday night the day before they started selling someone broke into their storage shed and stole about a quarter of their inventory. >> net worth, $7,000.
reporter: they tell me theft left them devastated. all of the money they raise this weekend goes to helping disadvantaged youths in their community. money now those kids won't see. >> scholarships to newark memorial. graduating seniors. scholarships to college. special ed. christmas party with santa. reporter: it is not just the immediate impact. it is the lerm effect on the budget of -- long-term effect on the budget of their organization. with loss they have had to spend $1,500 on security guarding what is left of their stock in case the thieves try to strike again. they say they have also been lifted up by their friends and neighbors. many donated to help t the back that they lost. r now that i know, i would definitely like to come and shop and see how i can help. reporter: no matter what comes their way, marla says they will
keep moving forward determined to help those most in need. >> if we have to cut back, we have to cut back. we'll keep doing what we do. reporter: abc7 news. ama: if you would like to help, krowk mail in a donation. accepted its to the newark optimist club, fire departments around the bay area are beefing up patrols for the july 4 weekend. they say there has been a surge of illegal fireworks. 500 pounds were seized recently. resident departments are worried they will spark at wildfire. the east bay is also another hot spot for the illegal activity, particularly in oakland. >> we put the word out. fireworks are illegal in about. we are proactively closing grizzly peak.
ama: in the east by a, oakland city officials are anticipating a large crowd will celebrate at lake maric. you can see the areas in red along the east side of the lake. officials say road b bare cased help cut down on parking congestion traffic jams. what is the weather going to be like for the holiday weekend? >> the weekend is not going to begin with your typical july weather. saturday and sunday will start off with some clouds lingering in the early morning hours. it is going to be about 10 degrees cooler than average, certainly in the inland areas and quite windy. monday, the fourth of july, warmer. the winds will be tamer. more sunshine. if you're wondering what the skies will be like on the fourth
of july evening, low clouds pushing onshore just as the fireworks begin but our inland areas and locations around the bay that are having fireworks displace will have mainly clear skies. pretty mild away from the coastline but san francisco will be a bit chilly at 9:00 p.m. monday with a temperature of 60 degrees. there is warmer weather coming our way later in forecast period. i'll have that a little bit later. ama: thank you, spencer. the average gas prices are down this last week. san francisco is at $6.39. that is nine cents lower. oakland is down a dime to $6.34. san jose is where you can find the least expensive gas at $6.30. 11 cents less than last week. a city councilman in compton brought relief to his community by giving away free gas for a limited time friday. cars lined up hours before the
event with the cost around $50 per vehicle. organizers gave away $5,000 worth of fre gas. they hope to do more event like this one in in the future. now to the war in ukraine where a russian missile struck an apartment complex in the port stay of odessa killing at least 21 people. we spoke with a local ukrainian who said this one hit too close to home. reporter: a frantic search for survivors friday in odesa. russian missiles striking this apartment building killing at least 21 people including a child. >> get my family to safety, first. reporter: the multimissile attack hitting too close to home for yodi and yari. yari. his father and frnds living nearby. >> check to see if everybody is ok and cope with emotions.
reporter: coping from his home in san francisco. his homeland under siege. >> i try to separate myself a little bit from it for my own sanity. reporter: describing what is both di devastation and from yos refrigeration. >> a constant act of terror. it is like it could happen at any time. reporter: this time it happened just before day break in the small port town roughly 40 miles from odesa. >> peaceful people sleeping in their beds. people sleeping in their homes. raine.er: as war rages on in a palo alto based nonprofit is powering millions of disbloors medical supplies and more trying to keep up. >> the casualties in ukraine are heartbreaking and they continue and there is really no end in site. >> igor is the director of nova
ukraine. they have raised more than $0 million since the start of war. the focus is on medical splice. everything from prescription drugs to surgical quim. >> making sure hospitals continue operating and we also just want to show support and be there for the people of ukraine. reporter: scenes like this punctuating the nation's pain and persistence. >> we need the help and we need any help that we can get so please keep rallying. don't forget about us and don't forget about ukraine. ama: authorities in yolo county are trying identify a group of party crashers who tried to ruin a private celebration to end pride month. >> hey, hey, close your door. close the door. close the door. ama: you're looking at body camera video. a group of men try to rush into the bar which was hosting a drag
show. when they got turned away the group stood outside yelling homophobic slurs. >> there was obviously a presence by the woodland police department so that made us feel more comfortable. reporter: the owner of the bar said the show was initially canceled after word about the event reached tiktok but then organizers put together a scaled down event. earlier this month the proud boys disrupted drag queen hour at the library. ama: the biden administration's first shipment for monkeypox is
set to arrive this year. the minimum wage negotiative did not get enough valid signatures to qualify for the general election. the state's m haseay since 2017e to climb to 15150 in january. however the current -- 15.50 in january. it is not enough especially as housing costs and gas prices soar. a look at fixing a bird problem. new from the i-team, a daily harvest customer who got sick after eating one of the the projects, his illness was more serious than the company's response indicated. here is chelsea handler. >> i'm like a substitute teacher but less drunk or more drunk. >> you have a movie coming out with brad pitt? >> i do.
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their gallbladders removed. reporter: 41-year-old luke tashie is a marathon runner and healthy eater. ask june 8-18 he was hospitalized three times with elevated liver enzymes after eating daily harvest lentil and leek crumbles. >> it felt like nothing i have ever experienced before. reporter: according to the f.d.a., daily harvest e-mailed commerce about the product. it stated a small number of commerce reported gastrointestinal discomfort -- customers reported gastrointestinal discomfort. the lentils must be thoroughly cooked. out of an abummeddance of caution, please dispose of them that you have received and do not consume them. >> i knew we had been searching with doctors for three weeks to
figure out what was going on with me. reporter: he connected online with other customers with similar symptoms. he reached out to the c.e.o. rachel drori over linked in realizing they had gone to the same business school. >> i said if you're not certain, i'm certain. i'm sitting here in the hospital. i have experienced this. i go gone through torture for three weeks. reporter: he provided to abc7 news, i do not believe this has anything to do with cooking lentils. i basically charred mine. drori wrote back we are actively investigating and taking this seriously. as soon as we got wednesday of a potential issue we asked all customers to dispose of the product. tashie said his symptoms were well beyond gastrointestinal and had to talk surgeons out of
removing his gallbladder. tashie asked if the f.d.a. had been informed. drori did not answer that and thanked him and said she would pass it to the investigation team asap. >> i will go to the end of the earth to save one person from going through what i went through. reporter: the f.d.a. would not tell abc7 news when daily harvest contacted the f.d.a. they cede they enacted their voluntary recall on june 17 when it sent out the initial e-mail to customers but tashie worried about the commerce who didn't check e-mail or spouses and children who were not the main account holders and prepared the product and ate it without hearing about the recall. he wrote i am pleading to you to let people know what is going o. let the news outlets know. it wasn't until june 23, six
days after the voluntary recall in the form of a recall to commerce, they e announced it on the public weapon site for anyone to see. >> having a food product that makes everyone sick is one thing. not doing everything in your power to addresses it is another. reporter: drori said daily harvest has not identified a possible cause. the company is working with top doctors, biologists and three independent labs. on monday drori posted the company was confidence it was linked to the lentil and leek crumbles and not any of their other items. ama: if you have a story for the abc7 news i team go to our
website. it appears bart solved its pigeon problem. a hawk called pac-man is scaring number off. they tried t the handler said when he first came with pac-man in late may there were pinlons everywhere. now just their -- pigeons everywhere. now their presence is affected. >> they usually start to take off. if not, i let him go. he usually flies from hem back. that is enough to get him -- call him back. that is enough to get him ots of here. ama: they come here to the station three times a week for eight hours a day. giants fans got treated to a fireworks show following the game against the chicago white sox. there was no fog so they were perfectly visible.
spencer, it is as if you made it happen. >> if only we can have these conditions monday night things will be fine. we might. we just might. it is kind of iffy. we have a windy weekend coming our way. it is pretty windy already in some spots but notice the wide variation. 40-mile-per-hour winds in san francisco now. 25 in concord. calm it is a mixed bag now. here is the view from the exploratory camera looking back of the san francisco skyline. it is 54 in san francisco. mid 50's in oakland, san jose, santa clara. here is a view from emeryville. a relatively clear view. not much fog out there. 54 in santa rosa. 57 at fairfield and concord. a live view from our rooftop
camera at abc7 looking toward the bay bridge. low clouds and patchy drizzle will be with us for the next two nights. breezy and gusty conditions for the weekend. cooler than average saturday and sunday. we expect some summer-like warmth to return around the middle of next week. we will see at some point during the overnight hours an increase in low clouds and fog pushing across the bay and inland. there will be patchy drizzle along the coastline and some may fall around the bayshoreline and some inland areas not too far away the coast as well. by 11:00 tomorrow morning, mainly sunny skies just about everywhere except along the coast. overnight lows mainly in the mid 50's. pretty mild in most locations. 54 in san francisco. mid-to-upper 60's along the bayshoreline. one or two locations like santa
rosa may top out at 80. the fireworks display monday night. inland areas closer to the bay will have mainly clear skies, 9:00 at meets the. temperatures in the mid 60's. in san francisco it is likely to be a little bit cloudy it is a clouds are likely to roll in just as the fireworks begin. just as i said earlier, it is going to be iffy. we have going to have mainly sunny skies during the afternoon hours monday. warmer going into the middle of next week with mainly sunny skies by the end of next week. summer-like warmth will return to up r 80's to low 90's inland. every year we have to wait and see what is going to happen as the fireworks begin. ama: i feel like iffy. there is still a little bit of a chance in there. >> more than a little bit of a chance. more than 50-50. more than 50-50. ama: i'm going to hang onto
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