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a wild ride to sfo as a man refuses to wear his mask, then seen snorting a white substance and accused of fondling at least one woman, we'll tell you where police got him. if you're fully vaccinated, the cdc says you don't have to wear a face mask in many places. now the california nurses association says keep that mask on. we'll tell you why they're rejecting the cdc mask guidance. i'm tracking a foggy morning and cool start to the week. i'll have all the details in the accuweather forecast. abc7 news at 11:00 starts right now. >> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc7 news. after several more put on your mask, put on your mask, put on your mask, bathroom
trips, started antagonizing other passengers. >> a jetblue flight to san francisco forced to divert midflight because of an unruly passenger, only on 7 other travelers tell us he was harassing women and possibly doing drugs. with that we say good evening and thank you for joining us. i'm dion lim. you're watching abc7 news live here on abc7, hulu live and wherever you happen to stream. well, taking a live look at sfo right now where that flight from jfk airport in new york finally landed tonight after being diverted to minneapolis. travelers tell us the unruly ab wsreporter j.r. tonight and talked with those passengers. it is a story you will see only on 7. j.r., this sounds like quite a nightmare. >> reporter: it certainly was, dion, and i spoke with the woman sitting right next to that unruly passenger. she was still shaken up over what happened, but just
relieved like so many others to finally make it to san francisco. >> so we are as a team made a decision to come here. >> reporter: cheering from passengers on a jetblue plane the departed new york's jfk en route to san francisco international airport, one that had to be diverted to minneapolis due to an unruly passenger. >> gesturing stabbing motions towards the other passenger and there was also observed erratic behavior and snorting of white substance. >> reporter: witnesses say that passenger had a bagful of that white substance, touched at least one other woman, made inappropriate comments to numerous female passengers, yelled racial slurs towards passengers upon boarding and refused to wear a mask. >> when he got to his seat, he started yelling that he wanted a white porsche. i don't know who he was talking to, but that's what he was saying. >> he kept walking back and forth to the bathroom.
he had no shoes on. he smelled awful. >> reporter: in this video taken by a passenger those with jetblue explained that they had to move one female passenger away from the man. upon landing in minneapolis witnesses we talked with say the man in question was met by officers and the fbi. >> i think everyone was very uncomfortable and i think he posed a flight risk and again kudos to the captain and the flight crew for keeping everyone safe and taking appropriate action. >> reporter: that from a witness who sat near the man in question saying he had a plastic five and may have been on cocaine or meth. others were unclear what was going on even as it was happening. >> wanted to us sing at some point and he smelled very strongly. it was a very pungent smell and he kept walking to the bathroom. he wasn't wearing a mask. >> he sent saying like bless you to me and he was acting really erratically. >> reporter: passengers appreciative and the airline's
response in getting the man off the plane. what a night it was for so many of those passengers, fortunately no one was hurt. now we did reach out to multiple agencies in the minneapolis area and jetblue but have yet to hear back, but again after talking with all those passengers they were breathing easy tonight knowing that they're back home and they're safe. reporting live in san francisco, j.r. stone, abc7 news. >> what a headache of a journey, just glad to see everyone made it to their destination. many thanks to you, j.r. moving on, the nation's top health officials defended their new guidance about mask wearing today telling americans you do not need to wear a mask in most settings if you have been fully vaccinated. dr. rochelle walensky and dr. anthony fauci defended the cdc's new guidance from last week on the sunday morning talk shows. both said people who haven't been fully vaccinated should get their shot asap or keep on
those masks until they do. >> we are asking people to take their health into their own hands, to get vaccinated and if they don't, then they continue to be at risk. >> if, in fact, this serves as an incentive for people to get vaccinated, all the better. i hope it does actually. >> more than 200 million americans are not yet fully vaccinated. california health officials have yet to respond to the cdc guidance, but the state's nurses association is urging them to reject that cdc guidance. the national nurses association ha t luz pena talked to union representatives about why they're leery even when the still require masks in hospitals. california's department of public health is getting pressure from the state's nurses association to not follow the cdc's mask guidance calling it a huge blow to their collective efforts to confronting covid-19. >> we're going to be there for our patients. we always have been, but it was
really a challenge caring for so many patients that were so sick. >> sandy redding is president of the california nurses association. she says there are multiple factors that concern them including people not getting tested even after getting vaccinated. >> i think we need to continue with the precautionary principles since there are so many unknowns about the variants and the efficacy of the vaccines, whether we're going to need a booster or not. so we need to continue wearing masks. it's also on the honor system. >> reporter: let's talk data. in california more than 50% of the population has received at least one dose of the vaccine. in san francisco the numbers are even better. 60% of the population 16 and older are fully vaccinated. >> i don't think 50% is enough and i think one dose isn't enough. >> reporter: we took these concerns to the senior investigator and president of the gladstone institutes, a biomedical research organization. what's your take? >> i think the data are clear
now that the vaccines protect against the variants that we know of right now and even if there's a breakthrough infection which will occur at times, the amount of virus that we're detecting in people is fourfold lower than without a vaccine. >> reporter: he understands where the california nurses association is coming from he says. >> the concern is that things could get out of hand again. >> reporter: he says the vaccines have the power to protect us without the mask. >> we have a good idea now not just in a clinical trial, but in the field what the protection is of this vaccine. really 94% even with healthcare workers getting exposed to this in the hospital. >> reporter: as to california's mask mandate, tonight the department of public health confirmed they're still reviewing the cdc's guidance. in san francisco, luz pena, abc7 news. >> now as businesses and other entities respond to the cdc's mask guidance we've been
updating our website. it's at www.abc7news.com/coronavirus. we'll also update it on our app as soon as governor newsom announces how the state responding to those guidelines. the warriors met up with the grizzlies today. what's at stake is playoff seeding. chris alvarez joins us now to sort out what this all means. >> after the dust settled the warriors have earned the eight seed and will play the wednesday night. steph curry was james said steph is the mvp in his opinion. steph finished with 46 in today's game and joins ain an kaem duja as thon lescoring titles, multiple mvps and
multiple team titles. he was so hot ken bazemore had to cool him off during the enter view. >> just kept pounding the pavement for the entire game and things start to loosen up. >> reporter: heads up. >> that's a good one right there. i'm going to drink that, appreciate you. everybody has to be confident knowing they're going to make an impact of the game on both ends of the floor and we need every single one of them if we're going to do anything in postseason. >> so it will be steph and company headed to staples center wednesday to take to lebron and the defending champion lakers game. tip-off is at 7:00 on espn. we have more coverage coming up in sports. a quick note, the warriors have donated more than 1 million meals this year for their swishes for dishes program, what a great deal for them on toheommuni l. >>still ahead onabnews at :0d old show solidarity with the aapi community.
pandemic slow streets initiative. state senator scott weiner was at the rally and likes the idea. >> my take and the take of a lot of people is let's not just reopen it. let's keep it the way it is now and we can then go through the public process and the analysis about the long term future. >> but some neighbors say drivers are flooding nearby streets as an alternative route zipping through at highway speeds. >> monday through friday makes perfect sense to leave this open for cars monday through friday. saturday, sunday beautiful, bicycles, families, kids in wagons, it's awesome. >> now both sides of the issue have set up online petitions. it is now up to the city to decide what happens next. in the east bay today a rally to celebrate and uplift the aapi community while denouncing hate and violence which seems to be happening every day. abc7 news reporter cornell barnard reports on how california's new attorney general was there with a
wewere the story that is an america. >> reporter: organizers say this rally in san leandro was meant to uplift and celebrate the aapi community. reverend carl pascual says his family is all for that. >> we're standing out here to say we don't want to be afraid and have to worry about who we are. we want to be proud who we are. >> reporter: but many are still worried and afraid. >> every day is a nightmare in oakland, people getting robbed, getting beat up. >> reporter: this recent attack in san leandro caught on a neighbor's security camera shows an 80-year-old asian man being knocked to the ground while one of the teen attackers is heard laughing. in san leandro alone police say crimes against the aapi community were up 300% from
2020. >> as a department we aren't going to tolerate hate-related crimes here. >> reporter: many in the aapi new attorney general for help in the community. >> we have seen members of the community be yelled and the spit on and punched in the face. >> reporter: bonta says he's prioritizing the protection of aapi individuals from crime. >> we need to make sure those who commit hate crimes are held accountable, that we are identifying and investigating hate crimes as such. to the aapi community i say i see you. i value you. i am you. >> reporter: this community says it will keep holding rallies and keep calling out hate to end the violence. >> our legislators need to do more and organizations and our workplaces need to do more, but so do we. >> reporter: in san leandro, cornell barnard, abc7 news. >> speaking of solidarity and solutions, tomorrow i'll be moderating a panel discussion hosted by the white house and the walt disney company. we'll talk with author kevin
quan, directors jessica yu and nisha ganatra and executive producer melvin marr about diversity in hollywood live at 11 a.m. on news apps or wherever you happen to stream. let's get a check on the weather now, drew tuma from home. a little bit of a mixed bag this week. >> you'll see a little bit of everything with our temperatures. we'll start off tomorrow with the cool pattern continuing and a little bump up by tuesday feeling a little more like may this time of year. tonight our marine layer is expanding, a live look at oakland in the east bay where we do find overcast skies and we'll wake up to a gray sky tomorrow morning ushering in a cool afternoon by the end of the day. right now we're in the 50s across the board, really uniform temperatures at this hour under mostly cloudy skies, 52 in the city, 54 in oakland and san jose, 52 now in napa,
still a little breezy out there. we've had this wind it seems like for the past week. it intensifies in the day and weakens a bit at night, but we're seeing wind gusts 15 to 25 miles per hour. so we'll keep a little breeze overnight especially in the central part of the bay from san francisco to oakland to hayward. you'll find that breeze and then again tomorrow afternoon we're just in that pattern where we find wind strengthening by the end of the day. so 4 p.m. or 5 p.m. on monday we'll see winds 20 to 35 miles per hour. that onshore flow will continue to keep the marine layer intact along the immediate coastline. here's your hour-by-hour look at the cloud cover first thing tomorrow morning, may gray in full effect. we have overcast skies with that fog slowly burning off. by about noon we still have areas of fog in the east bay around oakland and san leandro, cloudy over the city and then that cloud cover continues to break down. by the evening we should see a little bit of sunshine even
along the coast as the sun goes down and the day finishes. overnight tonight we'll find mostly cloudy skies, even some coastal drizzle first thing in the morning. if you're up early close to the coast, you may need to use the windshield wipers a second, even have the rain slicker with you because that drizzle could be heavy in spots. upper 40s to lower 50s first thing in the morning. highs in our microclimate starting in the south bay tomorrow a little below average with sunshine, 69 in santa clara and morgan hill, 70 in cupertino and san jose. along the peninsula foggy for half moon bay 54, 69 in palo alto, 63 the high in redwood city. downtown san francisco tomorrow mostly cloudy, 57, 56 and breezy in daly city, more sunshine for the north bay tomorrow afternoon, hit about 72 in santa rosa, but much cooler in sausalito with a high of only 60 degrees, 70 in napa, 77 in calistoga, the east bay a little bit of afternoon sunshine, 62 in oakland, 65 in
fremont, 64 castro valley and inland it's pretty comfortable in the upper 60s to lower 70s, 68 walnut creek, 72 pittsburg, 70 the high in livermore. here's the accuweather seven- day forecast, morning clouds, breezy tomorrow afternoon. it's warmer, brighter on tuesday, closer to where we should be for this time of year, but do not get used to it. those temperatures get knocked back down. that wind comes back and it's gusty, especially on thursday, dion, and the breeze will stay dion, and the breeze will stay with uscalifornia phones offers free specialized phones... like cordless phones. - ( phone ringing ) - big button, and volume-enhanced phones. get details on this state program. visit right now or call during business hours. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> reporter: much. we had a great day here today for the aids live walk viewing party. the pandemic made it impossible to be out with everybody live at the park. so we're here for a viewing watch party. people who have been vaccinated, socially distanced, wearing masks, doing it very safely, but it's all here to support this great event that we're so proud to be a part of, aids walk san francisco. 20 beneficiary organizations that make such a huge difference in the lives of people who face this terrible disease, aids and hiv, talking about substance abuse issues, housing issues, hiv prevention, medicine and education, mental health issues, all of those beneficiary organizations support people who have a variety of needs as a result of hiv and aids. i want you to listen now to burt champaign, the director of aids walk san francisco. >> we can fight racism,
homophobia, transphobia, biphobia, whatever other ails in our community now. we have to come together as one and lift each other up and that's what aids walk does and it has done for the last -- our 35th year. >> reporter: you have done a great job adapting to the needs of the pandemic to create a virtual event. all this started 35 years ago by craig miller. i spoke with craig earlier today. >> it's also so important to remember the lessons we've learned over the last 35 years about stigmatizing people, about going with politics rule that toood pu hh.s ssons i osthgsand we're here to help. >> reporter: i hope you had hth. u ca on our website and make a donation if you'd like to support this great cause that makes such a differen iay area. in san francisco, dan ashley, abc7 news. >> yes.
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sth aving in and out of traffic and that clinches the scoring title. he was far from finished. steph locked in, the deep three and a little dance. curry put on a show for the fans and dub nation. the dubs blew a 17 point lead and in the fourth memphis the lead, jonas valanciunas the putback miss. curry comes off the screen, but andrew wiggins, e puk his 46 in the second half, a little give and go with draymond and it's a steph splash and the fans and they're all feeling it. morant tweeted after the game steph is no doubt the mvp. here's the reason why, puts the defenders on skates, steps back three and then splash and then curry like baron davis years ago lifts up the jersey and lets out a big scream as curry
and the dubs' regular season finish a six-game win streak, the eighth seed secured, 113- 101 over memphis. >> well, you guys laughed at me. i kept telling you over the last six weeks we were going to go on a run. i had to get that in there. i'm happy i was right. we've got on a good run. >> there's something about those games you just feel have a different nature to them and they matter. nights like tonight, that's what we play for. >> it's six wins, but it's a new season now. the regular season is over after this game. so we understand that. we're clicking right now. i think it's the best time for us to be clicking. >> so with the blazers loss to denver, denver would have to face the lakers in the first round. they didn't want to do that. portland wins, 132-116. it will be the nuggets and blazers in the first unof kyleuz.
for the slam and a key play here, lebron james driving to the hoop. he scores, but lands awkwardly on that already sprained right ankle. he said after the game he will play on wednesday, but he walked it off, did not return. so that ankle will still be a topic the next couple days, see how it lands. 110-98, lakers won. if the warriors win wednesday, they advance the first round to play phoenix. if they lose, golden state will host the winner of the memphis/san antonio game for the rights to play utah friday, would be at chase center. this abc7 sports report sponsored by your local toyota dealers. a's and giants both won today, that coming up with a lot more in about 20 minutes including a cute canon curry video you'll want to see. >> that is always irresistible, chris. thanks. much more to come on abc7 news at 11:00. it is only may and a wildfire is continuing to burn out of control in los angeles, a search now for an arson
take a look at this, firefighters suspect an arsonist may have ignited a wildfire in southern california. the palisades fire has been burning out of control all weekend and you are looking at firefighters say investigators released one person and are now questioning a second suspect. reporter leanne suter with our sister station in los angeles has the latest on the firefight. >> reporter: this is what the blaze looked like earlier today
when those cooler temperatures were in effect. you can see it really kind of knocked down some of that open flame, not as much fire on the front lines, but again when the weather, when that cool, moist weather cleared, that fire came back to life. the blaze broke out friday night in topanga canyon. saturday the blaze exploded in size, now at more than 1,300 acres burned, 0% containment at this point. officials say even though the hills may look green, the fuel is dry since we're about ten inches below average raffle. the fire is remote and rugged area that hasn't burned in 50 years. >> it's preheating due to the wind and slope alignment. that fire is preheating fuels downrange. as a result, they're more receptive to fire sparks and embers. >> reporter: firefighters continuing to work on the front lines trying to get a line
around this fire as quickly as possible, 0% containment at this point. evacuation orders remain in place for about 500 homes. an evacuation warning has been issued now for 135 other homes, but at this point that is simply a warning. they are waiting to see what that fire does and to see what area is moves into. in pacific palisades, leanne suter, abc7 news. a large street mural appeared in the mission district sometime after yesterday's big march for a free palestine. it was painted at valencia and liberty streets and shows two men on either side of a palestinian poppy. there's a drawing marched through the mission saturday afternoon to protest the violence in the middle east. that violence continued as israeli warplanes unleashed a new series of airstrikes in gaza city. hamas also pressed on launching rockets into civilian areas in
israel. abc news reporter julia mcfarland looks at the latest round of violence. >> reporter: rescuers searched for survivors under the rubble after predawn israeli airstrikes targeted several houses on a main road in gaza. the israeli defense force released video it says shows an airstrike on the home of gaza's most senior hamas leader, a source telling abc news he was not at home at the time. other israeli strikes took out a series of tunnels and launch sites. prime minister benjamin netanyahu defending israel's actions on cbs's "face the nation." >> we're trying to degrade hamas' terrorist abilities and degrade their will to do this again. it will take some time. i hope it won't take long. >> reporter: but many caught in the crossfire have been civilians. the palestinian health ministry says 174 palestinians have been killed since this latest
conflict began including 47 children and 29 women. among them mohammad ha wife and five sons buried under this rubble. later he was led to a a where a tiny miracle awaited him, his 5-month-old son survived. this building was brought down that housed international media including al-jazeera and the international press. president biden called about efforts to broker a ceasefire. biden said he supports israel's right to defend itself but urged netanyahu to protect civilians and journalists. julia mcfarland, abc news, london. there are more promising numbers out today on how california is doing in the fight against covid-19. the state's seven-day positivity rate keeps falling now down to 1%. that is a new low.
more than 34 million vaccine doses have been given. more than 15 million californians are fully vaccinated and the city of san jose hosted a drop-in vaccination clinic in a part of the community disproportionately impacted by the pandemic. single shot johnson & johnson vaccines were on offer at the tully library in east san jose today. volunteers canvassed the neighborhood in the days leading up to the clinic getting out the word folks could come by for free vaccinations without appointments or having to show insurance or identification. >> why we picked tully library is that it was close to the community, especially our most vulnerable, which is the unhoused community. >> south bay community groups also pitched in to make the clinic possible. if you happen to be wondering how much of the state is vaccinated, you can check the progress with our abc7 news vaccine tracker. all of the data you need is at
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a car last year 100 year birthday celebration. her family's secret to loevy is homemade italian food and good wine. drew, two things i could totally get behind if that means we get to do more of both. >> right, exactly. happy birthday! that's fantastic she got to celebrate in a better way this year. let's talk about the pollen and the uv index. our main offenders, olive, oak and pine, and our sun is getting higher and higher in the sky. your uv index is also running very high despite that we'll have a start of cloudy skies on your monday. overnight tonight we'll find temperatures in the upper 40s to lower 50s with that coastal drizzle very likely, just an indication our marine layer is pretty deep now. tomorrow gradual clearing of that cloud cover, back to the coast. it's breezy in the afternoon with winds gusting 20 to 35 miles per hour. 57 the high in the city, 70 in
san jose, 62 in oakland, 72 in santa rosa, 69 the high in concord. accuweather seven-day forecast, a below average day tomorrow in terms of our temperatures. we'll bump those numbers up tuesday. it's brighter and warmer, but winds come back thursday, dion. it's a windy day by thursday afternoon. we'll keep that breeze through friday, saturday and sunday. >> drew, thanks. we'll ta in business, it's never just another day. it's the big sale, or the big presentation.
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sports on abc7 is sponsored by your local toyota dealers. >> at 33 years old stephen year curry is showing no signs of slowing down. after tonight's lakers game lebron james actually said steph is the mvp in his opinion. steph finished with 46 points in the win over memphis today. he joins michael jordan, wilt chamberlain, kareem abdul- jabbar as the only players to
win multiple scoring titles, multiple mvps and multiple titles in league history. steph is leaving everyone around him in complete awe. >> it's been cool to watch. i appreciate the game. i love this game for what it is. it's an art and he's like the picasso of our time. he really is just doing his thing. >> he's gone above and beyond what we've asked of him, an incredible season and i'll leave it at that. he's never been better. >> it's a little bit of everything, like i said. it's a different vibe when you know the game has consequences and means something, especially those moments and shout out baron davis. i definitely channeled my moment. i ain't dunking nobody, to chan celebration, so shout out to b.d. >> here was the original baron davis with that dunk. steph today let out a big woo
and shared this video today on instagram, the canon, the dunk and there goes the shirt, like father, like son. can't wait to see what happens wednesday in the warriors and lakers play. canon knows how to get things done. the dubs need one more win in two games. if they beat l.a. wednesday, they advance to play phoenix in the first round. if they lose, they'll have a home game at chase center for a right to play utah in the first round. giants wrapping up a four- game set in pittsburgh, this youngster happy to have a baseball. alex wood great again. he's 5-0 this season. top nine, 2-1 giants. moustache may comes through. yazstremski, two run homer to right center, 4-1 san francisco. tyler rogers on for the save. he's got a twin brother you'll see shortly. the bullpen for the giants has blown the lead in the last two days but not this time. giants will 4-1. they're on to cincinnati. a's and twins rubber match in minnesota, bottom of the whgave
the game winning homer yesterday, a two-run shot to max kepler kepler kepler ke 6-6 on sunday. this should be an inning ending double play, but former a josh donaldson can't hang on. ramon laureano gets to third base. it's a wild pitch. laureano scores what proves to be the game winner. a's win it, 7-6. trey lance practiced the first time with the 49ers this week. although many fans may be pushing for lance to start immediately over jimmy garoppolo, lance just turned 21 a week ago today. for comparison tom brady was 23 e thk ofhoch lanccoulin two years watching. as for jimmy g., the two supposed rivals have already bonded in lance's early days with the 9ers because they both went to smaller scf schools.
>> i'm just thankful these guys are the guys they are. jimmy said that in his first text to me, going to be awesome to have another scf guy in the room. he's been in a similar position to me having been where i am, just looking forward to learning as much as i can and all the rest of the guys in the room. the santa clara women's soccer team was the 11th seed in the women's college cup and in a remarkable run they will face top seed florida state for the national title monday afternoon. due to the pandemic the broncos play just 11 games this whole season. >> what i can say about our team is that we are resilient and we have fought so hard to get to this position and we have gotten better every single game during this tournament and so we're peaking at the right time and performing very well. we're confident and we bee in one another so much and i think that contributes to the performance on the field, as
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