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"alien," "superstar," "america has a problem." hours before the record's release the superstar thanked her family and gaive a special shout-out for those who originated the house music genre which heavily influenced the single writing "thank you to all the pioneers who originate culture, to the fallen angels whose contributions have gone unrecognized far too long, this is a celebration for you." she revealed "renaissance" is the first act of a three-act project. and that's "nightl
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♪♪ ♪♪ today i'm reviewing "donuts." let's get into it. [coughing] guys, that is some good stuff right there. it's like donuts and cereal.
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no burn or anything. this is so good. a lot of nicotine in here. >> building a better bay area. moving forward, finding better solutions. this is abc7 news.
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>> we don't want to be ignored by the federal government. >> an emergency declaration over the spread of monkeypox. local officials demanding help. thank you for joining us. i am dan ashley. ama: and i am ama daetz. a resident was diagnosed with monkeypox this week. he describes the symptoms. >> they gave me something that has not helped. they also provided me with vicodin, that also did not help. ama: something health officials stress. monkeypox is painful and should be taken seriously. abc junk -- abc 7 reporter tim johnson has the latest.
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tim: city leaders and public health officials held a conference today inside city hall to make that declaration. leaders will be able to cut through red tape more quickly to get things done. there has been frustration aimed at the biden administration over what some have seen -- deemed as a failure. >> if there were any other community that was disproportionately impacted by monkeypox the way the gay community has been impacted, this whole community would be up in arms. tim: the mayor, holding a news conference. declaring a news emergency. >> by sounding the alarm, we are saying that this will not be an nord. this is a public health crisis. tim: the city currently has 281 cases with a disproportionate
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number among men who have sex with men. >> i have talked to too many doctors and too many folks who have gotten monkeypox, who have described the symptoms associated with this, the potentially lifelong disfigurement that can come from it. people need to take this seriously. tim: for weeks, demand for the vaccine has outstripped supply. on thursday, san francisco received about 12,000 but 7000 are needed. >> it is well to learn -- to look back and realize, did we learn nothing? we just realize that if everyone would be in a better place if the covid vaccine was available to everyone and now this is happening. tim: they wish the federal government response to the outbreak had been better. a view shared by many in the community.
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>> it is an infuriating moment for our community. it has caused harm by the lack of urgency in this crisis. tim: will leaders rushed to avoid a catastrophe, these are uncertain times. >> we have hundreds of people calling our hotline with questions and concerns. fear and anxiety. tim: san francisco's board of supervisors is expected to approve it. live in the newsroom. tim johnson. abc7 news. ama: we have everything you need to know. had to our website dan: after allowing passengers to go mask free, bart is making
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masks mandatory once again. they voted to reinstate the face mask requirement, effective immediately. >> i have been wearing a masterful time. even when the mask mandate was withdrawn. i'm not concerned about other people's behavior. dan: the requirement applies to trains in all others. people with medical conditions that prevent them from wear a mask are exempt. ama: with monkeypox becoming a bigger health issue, a group of bay area doctors are warning the public not to forget about covid. doctors fear we are getting too comfortable. they say that hospitalization rates and deaths will only increase. dr. kim rhodes and her colleagues have agreed that with ba.5 and the possibility of other variants emerging, we are
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facing a potentially dangerous winter. >> it will be cold, you will not want to open windows and doors. will gather for the holidays. that is when this will be out of control. will this be resistant to vaccines? we don't know. ama: dr. saint they feel that mask mandate will not be most effective but better messaging on proper masking will be key to keeping committee safe. dan: the south bay, and environmental issue has one community split on the best way to build a better area. a supervisor testified before congressional some many -- a congressional subcommittee today. one of our news reporters has the story. amanda: it requires government
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action. that from county supervisor who testified on thursday. her attention on the airport in san jose. chavez says the federal government has failed to keep surrounding residents healthy and safe. >> we cannot turn a blind eye to the facts. children are being poisoned, plain and simple. amanda: she represents the east district, or the airport is located. she wants them to curb the use of leadeth aviation fuel. you see they are surrounded by homes. 52,000 residents and 21 schools and childcare centers.61% of th. they want the airport closed. >> i don't want to seat this airport open. the lead is on our children. >> our children are just as
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worthy. >> santa clara county had note choice but to take action. amanda: children living within that mile and i have had elevated lead levels. while they agree that more needs to be done, the study was based on historical data, suggesting another be done using more recent samples. >> one would expect those levels to be different. amanda: 90% of aviation operations fly with unleaded fuel and have for about a year now. retail became the first airport in the nation to ban the cell of leaded fuel. it is not banned nationally. planes can still fly into the
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area. >> the sooner we get rid of it, the better. the industry is lagging behind. amanda: they are pushing to keep it open. after this plane went valley down last friday, residents say it only adds fuel to their fight. >> this is good ammunition for us right now. amanda: the issue is far from resolved. i am amanda del castillo with abc7 news. ama: u.s. economy is in a slump. it is raising fears that the country is headed towards a recession. gdp has considered the broadest gauge of the economy. the president met today with major countries. that was echoed by the treasury secretary.
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>> 9 million jobs created last year. we saw the fastest single year decline in historic record. ama: the fed is hoping to achieve a difficult soft landing. dan: a lot more to come here. extreme weather causing devastation. tonight, the plea from kentucky. ama: born without hands or feet. is not letting that stop him from playing a game he loves. the story, next. dan: counting down to the megamillion strong. how stores are preparing. >> drizz
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dan: an emergency after severe weather causes because catastrophic flooding. nearby streams causing damage to roads. the governor expects the death toll rise into the double digits. >> dan: he has called on recovery efforts to remain as
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expected through friday evening. ama: an executive made his first appearance in the hall of justice. the case has been tossed twice for insufficient evidence. new technology shows it has been linked. in 1992, a person was found strangled to death outside of their workplace. dan: the invite to people, rally the neighborhood to capture one of the suspects. that person returned to the scene yesterday. james is the executive director of the community center. he was attacked by two men with
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two by fours on july 15 after he asked them to leave. one suspect was arrested on the spot. the other return to the committee center yesterday. >> we have some tennis courts. he got there and the community got him. he was arrested. dan: the victim is still dealing with trauma and has vision loss in one of his eyes. ama: backlash from some users. an app has come under fire for becoming too much like tiktok. instagram is now saying that they show recommended content. instagram has been testing full-screen post similar to how they appear on tiktok. dan: right now, let's move to an incredible story about a
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16-year-old varsity baseball player who throughout the first pitch into nice a giants game. floated skills and great termination there is another challenge. the report without hands or b. this is his story. >> have a little fun. >> don't look at him and think about what he cannot do. >> i should have swung at that. >> let him show you what he can do. >> when i was little, i would be playing in the yard. i fell in love with it. you have to work through your challenges in baseball and everybody does that. it brings everything back for me. >> he was born without hands and feet but that has not stopped him or his baseball career. not only can he swing, he has a strong arm. >> i met joe must grow --
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musgrove. every day, i keep working and i may be rewarded at some point. >> he has been landed a second baseman position on this baseball team. he is on a major league stadium tour. on thursday, he was in the bay area with the former giants pitcher who lost his arm to cancer. >> i am an amputee and he is walking around with no hands or feet. i had to connect with him so he could see how inspiring he is. >> he praises his athletic ability, impressed with his footwork. >> he shows us he can continue to play this game and figure things out and keep up. whatever he wanted to do in life, he will figure out. >> long-term, he wants to be a coach. he has heard the naysayers his
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whole life has been an example of setting out on his own path on his own terms. >> working hard, they are telling me, you cannot do this. baseball is not something you can do. a lot of what i do is to go out and do it and show them that i can. dan: that is impressive and inspiring. let's focus on weekend weather forecast. ama: our meteorologist sandhya patel is here. sandhya: we do have a possibility of a few showers. i will get to that in a moment. want to show you a sunset that had a tropical feel tonight. monsoon moisture sent our way resulted in this lovely sunset. i do want to show you what happened today. high-pressure bringing record heat in. the deadly keep record continues. thunderstorms.
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where is going to happen is as we head towards the week, and area of low pressure here and high-pressure here. the circulation will start to draw in some more moisture. by monday, it could draw up some moisture left over from tropical storm frank. we're keeping our eye on tropical storm georgia. frank is expected to strengthen to a hurricane. even though it will move westward, some moisture may make its way into our area by monday. that is when we may see an isolated thunderstorm. visibility is down to two miles. if you're commuting tomorrow, give yourself extra time. temperatures in the 50's to the 70 right now. this afternoon we had low 60's to low 90's. it was not a hot day anywhere but inland was warm.
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even in the sierra nevada, it is good to moderate. things have improved a bit. we are still seeing a little bit of haze going into tomorrow morning. it will not be as heavy as earlier in the week. a great start tomorrow morning. it will look like this. cloudy overnight with spotty drizzle. lingering haze tomorrow. slight chance of some haze. tomorrow morning we start with a drizzle. on saturday, some of that monsoon moisture moves up. an isolated shower to cannot be rolled out saturday morning. it is not a washout. something to keep in the back of your mind. 50's, 60's on morning temperatures.
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low 90's inland. as you check out the forecast, 60 degrees dropping down to 57. good idea to grab a sweater or jacket. hazy sunshine tomorrow. a slight chance of a few showers. bringing in the possibility of a thunderstorm and showers on monday. that is when it will look like the best opportunity. meet ron. that man is always on. and he's on it with jardiance for type 2 diabetes. his underhand sky serve? on fire. his grilling game? on point. and his a1c? ron is on it. with the once-daily pill, jardiance. jardiance not only lowers a1c... it goes beyond to reduce the risk of cardiovascular death for adults with type 2 diabetes and known heart disease. and jardiance may help you lose some weight. jardiance may cause serious side effects, including ketoacidosis that may be fatal, dehydration that can lead to sudden worsening
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dan: mega millions jackpot has jumped to its second largest in history. ama: an estimated $1.1 billion. residents are taking a chance. abc7 news was that a lucky retailer. residents spoke of plans on what
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to do with her winnings. >> i would give my close friends and i some of money to start businesses and stuff. i would leave a lot to my son. i would travel the world. dan: if a winning participant chooses a lump sum of cash, they would take home over $600 million. the chance of winning is 303 million. ama: the giants are looking to stop a seven-day losing streak. dan: we are here with sports. >> the giants are stuck in a slump.
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scoreless in the third, he calls everybody off and then flares want to center. it is 2-0 giants. a leaping catch into right. six no-hit innings. the no-hit alerts are going up. the jinx was in. he curses one off to left. he just cannot reach that ball. the giants hang on to win, snapping their seven game losing streak. trey lance is the guy. the former guy is still there. jimmy garoppolo is still in camp.
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it could have been awkward but jimmy is amazing. >> he was here for a physical. nothing weird at all. the thing bad to say about jimmy. he could have made things help for me last year. he did not. he helped out with everything. i'm excited to see him healthy. >> the seattle seahawks have come to terms with the new deal. big news for the 49ers. the market may now be set. over $50 million guaranteed in a seven-year contract. no better choice than mr. shark himself. he will be soon hanging in the rafters.
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this is the best thing i have seen. he dropped his golf club and discuss, it goes into the grain as a hole-in-one.
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thanks to chase, angie's not sweating this text since there's zero overdraft fees if she overdraws by $50 or less. and, kyle, well, he's keeping calm with another day to adjust his balance if he overdraws by more than $50. overdraft assist from chase. make more of what's yours. dan: you can watch all of our newscasts live and on-demand through the abc7 connected tv out. it is available wherever you get your tv apps. download it now and start streaming. ama: thank you for watching. i am ama daetz. dan: i am dan ashley. id you see -- hello? >> a different call taker recently told our houston
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affiliate he's been working 12-hour shifts five days a week for the past six months. all right. wedding bells are about to ring again at the white house. >> just a few years after tiffany trump got engaged there, naomi biden will say her i do's there. >> the president's eldest granddaughter and her boo, peter -- her beau, i'll say, peter -- will get married on the southern lawn in the fall. >> according to the white house historical association, there have been 18 weddings at the white house and 4 receptions. i mean, look, couples are always looking for unique places to get married. >> definitely unique. >> what better place? an historic and nostalgic -- >> particularly when your grandfather is the commander in chief. now, this is privately paid for. >> mm-hmm. >> so it's not taxpayer dollar. i would also like to point out that it said "boo" on the prompter. so -- yes. coming up, the rocket debris that's expected to rain down this weekend. plus, our ginger zee on the lookout for sharks. why one expert says we have a perfect storm of conditions this year for shark attacks.
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and later, why a majority of lottery jackpot winners end up broke within just five years. tips to follow if you win the billion-dollar jackpot tonight. you're watching "world news now."


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