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>> next on abc7 news, getting back to business after a challenging few years. a neighborhood party designed to celebrate asian-americans and bring together community. >> undercells rolled in and the fire got pushed down in the canyon. >> concerning news as a new wildfire in northern california consumes homes as it expands rapidly. crews talk about the challenges they face. and a big win for schools in california that cash in on that billion dollar mega millions jackpot. abc7 news starts right now. >> building a better bay area, moving forward finding solutions. this is abc7 news. >> charathon is back. we're here and we're here to stay. anchor: one of the oldest chinatowns in the nation today celebrated its history and
resilience. thanks for joining us. i'm j.r. stone. a show of solidarity in oakland's chinatown with where a new festival is celebrating strength against covid and asian violence. cornel bernard has the story of a community's effort to overcome challenges. ♪ cornel: a new sound signaling safety and resilience. >> this event is to help revitalize chinatown to bring businesses back in. it was a way to hit the reset button and welcome people back after the pandemic and numerous anti-asian violent crimes rocked this neighbor. >> you know that chinatown has been inundation dated with a lot of crimes. cornel: patrick fung was killed
after he started working f >> a hard-working asian driver was shot and killed in a sense less act of violence on sunday. >> oakland police have committed to increasing parols in chinatown. >> a lieutenant of the safety is not because of the police department, it's because the community has gotten together and joined forces with the police officer to have a bigger presence. >> some business owners like may woo are feeling safer. are i feel safe here. and many people come here it's very good. >> even with an increased police presence on the street oakland police say some acts of violence and vandalism are going unreported in chinatown. but there's a certain percentage of crimes that go unreported and we try to encourage those to be reported more often. >> more than 50 chinatown food vendors were in for this festival signaling a better start for this neighborhood. >> events like this is to bring
crowd back in. that hey, we're here. chinatown is open for business, welcome. please come back. reporter: in oakland, cornell bernard. j.t.: and city council member carroll fife about her plan to invest in black neighborhoods. the deal will focus its investment in art, culture, education, public safety and more. this event outside the west oakland youth center feature food, music activities. the oak fire burning near yosemite national park. crews report 52% containment. the latest word is that 168 homes were lost to the flames. they've charred 30 square miles. cal fire says crews are now focusing on the devil's gulch
area which is rugged, and almost vertical terrain. the fire started seven days ago another wildfire burning this one in siskyu county. the cha moth wildfire less than 24 hours after it started the so-called bekini fire is the second wildfire in california. there's no official word yet on the number of structures lost to the flames but video shows burning rubble. several communities under evacuation order. crews say the fire grew significantly overnight. it's now at around 18,000 acres, that's 28 square miles. one firefighter talked about the conditions they're facing. >> really erratic winds from the start of the incident all the way up until now still pretty breezy for this time of the morning, treatmently fire behavior throughout the entire shift. >> fire has shutdown highway
intionecause ohis fi. ca these ai she is stranded with a group of around 100 hikers trying to get a ride to oregon. for more information on possibly helping her or others you can go to my facebook page. joining right now by abc7 news weather anchor spencer christian, a concerning situation with those fires, spencer and now thunderstorms talk out there? spencer: there's that possibility. we're going to see increasing clouds and moisture that human will help reduce the chance for wildfires but it may contribute to isolated thunderstorms. let's take a look at what's going on. you can see that already some of that monsoonal moisture is moving up to the sierra contributing to a few isolated thunderstorms. overnight, increasing clouds and
humidity. enough moisture surging up that by tomorrow afternoon we'll see showers developing and parts of the central valley. there may be isolated showers or possibly thunder showers here in the bay area. late monday. not a great possibility oil so the ben foyt the moisture -- benefit of the moisture. it can trigger some fireschg or. i'll h later, j.r canet a checke news with our abc bay area app on apple tv, android tv, fire tv and roku. just search abc7 bay area to download it. developing news right now. president joe biden tested positive for covid again this morning. his doctor says it is likely a rebound case that is seen in a small percentage of patients treated with paxlo vid.
he has no -- symptoms. he made his first appearance since wednesday since testing positive the previous week. new developments now, house speaker has begun a tour of several asian nations. she is set to visit u.s. allies in the region with stops in japan, south korea, malaysia and singapore. it's unclear will where she will visit taiwan a point of contention between the u.s. and china. national secure officials have tried to convince pelosi of the risk of a stop in taiwan. china's president issue add stern warning on thursday saying if you play with fire, you get burned. pelosi would be the highest ranking u.s. official to go to the island sin 1s responded to t crystal springs golf course in burling game today. flames damaged the exterior of a
storage building. the fire started sometime over night. there's no word yet on what ignited those flames. building a better bay area with the focus now on the environment. today in san francisco, a call for action against plastic in e-commerce. state senator scott wiener joined a group of environmentalists and community leaders who gathered to highlight the local impacts of plastic packaging from online retailers. the group spoke out in support of state bill ab-2026. it requires online retailers to reduce plastic packaging materials. >> could not recycle out of this problem. we are drowning in plastic and it's time to turn off the tap. j.r.: if it passes california would become the first state in the nation to limb e-commerce plastic packaging. a woman in san francisco proved
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ticket purchased in illinois matched last night's winning numbers which were 13, 36, 45, 57, 67 and d the mega ball of 14. gas station in des plaines northwest of chicago sold that tick. that winner of nearly $1.4 billion has not yet come forward. one tic matched five numbers winning $4.2 million. it was sold in fresno at vaughn supermarket. state lottery official say for the 29 mega millions drawings when there wasn't a winner, ticket sales raised nearly $124 million for public education in california. well, a clearer picture today of the devastation from flooding in kentucky. the latest on the recovery mission that could last for weeks. and a new weather warning for residents. and clouds are rolling into the bay area as we take a live look
outside at conditions. spencer christian says we could see someme isolated thunderstors by tend of the weekend. he's ahead with the accuweather forecast. >> coming up in sports, it will be quite a thrill here at oracle park. they're honoring will this thrill. we'll have a when kids need medical care, they face life-changing experiences. they miss out on the things that make being a kid fun. starlight children's foundation programs entertain and inspire hospitalized kids. learn more at starlight.org
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that catastrophic flood in kentucky. first responders are working around the clock to rescue hundreds of residents. the governor of kentucky says crews could be on a recovery mission for weeks. finding victims from the flood, waters have started to recede early today. six children are included in the death toll. four of them are siblings. >> there was a house there, and this trailer with this family of six. and it just washed them away. j.r.: heartbreaking. thousands are still left without power but it could be restored as soon as as you understand. president biden has approved a disaster declare ration to provide aid to impacted communities. governor be sheer is asking for donations after hundreds have lost everything. residents are on high alert as rain returns to the area sunday and month. high temperatures in oregon are hoping to revive drops were damaged by heavy rain in the
spring. wine makers were particularly hard hit by the record rainfall which sloiewedarage. catchpgs it a wet fallle. buif weather staysryey will goop they wil be making less less wine this year it will be of high quality. joined now with spencer christian. everyone dealing with hot weather or these extreme conditions. spencer: we just just have to adjust, i guess. it's another breezy but not terribly windy day. wind speeds at the surface of about 18 miles per hour in the breeziest regions and not much difference from this time yesterday in temperature. a few degrees cooler line concord, livermore and fairfield and a couple of degrees warmer
in some location. here's from our roof top camera mainly clear skies. santa clara 61 at half moon bay. at the golden gate you see we have not much visible. up in the north bay 75 degrees. santa rosa, petaluma 69. low 80's in fairfield and concord and thesare features. clouds and moisture moving up from our south during the overnight hours, incrude christing clouds with increasing humidity as well tomorrow. there's a chance soft some showers as that humidity builds up in the afternoon hours tomorrow and monday. here's our forecast. overnight we'll see that surge of monsoona moisture coming up from the southwest. of course, that means increasing clouds as well. we'll start the day with hazy
sunshine. but the clouds will be with us throughout the day. that moisture starts to trigger parts of the central valley. there may be showers tomorrow and monday. and with the daytime heating of the sunlight creating some instabilities that might allow for conditions to trigger a thunderstorms an isolated thunderstorms or two. overnight lows will be mainly in the upper 60's. tomorrow's highs low 60's. mid 70's around the bayshore line and mid up toker 80's inland. here's the seven-day forecast. tomorrow and monday, humid conditions and increasing clouds, lots of clouds i should say. it will be mild to warm both days but it gets dryer on tuesday and wednesday mix of sun and clouds. high temperatures up in the upper 80's. normal inner time of the year. we'll see increasingly sunny skies and a little bit warmer wealth we are high hie
temperatures moving into the mid 90's by the end of the week. >> now, abc7 sports with chris alvarez. >> hurricanes everybody. welcome to oracle park a very special ceremony coming up in a matters of minutes at the the of the order. will the clark will get his number retired at oracle park ahead of the first pitch against cubs. you see will's number the 22 with a bill black over it. will be over monty irvin and willie mays and including that legendary look with the eye black behind home plate. plenty of giants greats will are expected to be on hand, including barry bonds, buster pose by and so many more. here is gabe kapler on the impact will "the thrill" has made on this giants organization. >> think will is a really important important piece of this franchise's history. he's made a lot of impact over the last c ofea wre oyers clubhouse. and always a great resource for
us. and remember watching him as a kid, beautiful swing. so slick around really cool be participatingin this for all f -- participatingin this for all of us. the ability to use the field and to drive the baseball to all parts of the park. >> that left-handed swing was so smooth. someone who is smooth brandon crawford, he's battling through left knee inflammation. our cam s are capturing him, fielding ground balls pretty nicely against the cubbies. the team released the injury. crawford is continuing his baseball work. he will run bases over the weekend that's a good sign. he last played july 15th against milwaukee. >> chances are he's going to be going on rehab assignment pretty soon. i don't have an exact date. i talked to him last night. he's feeling great. >> all right so transitioning from baseball to
football. sit day four of 49ers training camp down in santa clara. they're are back together saturday. all 32 teams hitting the practice field. and that includes your san francisco 49ers who are down in santa clara today marking the final week of practice before an off-day tomorrow and then the pads. they come on monday.ctotiaon wie relative soon. everybody seems positive with regards to deebo. jimmy garoppolo was seen on the side of the practice field running around. both sides awaiting the training park. as for practice, fred warner has been keeping his track talk game strong challenging all of his teammates to bring it. >> you know, i'm trying to get everybody battle ready. when you get down -- down to it and there's a lot of games where it comes down to that one or two scores an you're playing against a top tier team -- i mean, they're all top tier teams.
it's nfl. you know, you might have some guys on the opposite side of the ball who are chirpier than i am. go, this is nothing i've been going against best all training camp. so you go out there and you have extreme confidence knowing that i'm ready. i'm battle tested. let's go do this. >> i cannot wait for football. the niners open september 11 against the bears. tonight it's the giants and the cubs. setting all the chairs for people to come to star of the show will clark. it should be a lot of fun here. we'll have all the reaction from today's game and then will set to speak with us a little bit later. later. we'll have that when i make decisions as a leader, it's not about me or the folks that are here. it about t
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