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rain moves into the area. kumasi: brand-new details on the vaccine rollout for kids ages five to 11. the plan to get shots into arms of 28 million children. reggie: welcome to wednesday, october 20. kumasi: we want to start with drew. drew: we are not done with the rain yet. showers late last night. those will linger through much of the day today. a live look from a richmond san rafael bridge camera. we will deal with these on-and-off enough showers through the day. still showing some light rain. we zoomed onto the east bay paid over to san ramon and parts of livermore we are dealing with some light scattered showers. it's unsettled with those
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scattered showers, light in nature. slick roadways out there and it's breezy from time to time with south winds 10 to 20 miles per hour. take the reindeer with us -- with you as you step out the door. it is not a steady rain by any means, but rain is in the forecast the next way for hours. we will have those details and the full accurate forecast in a few minutes. kumasi: for some restaurants and business owners, adding ready for this has taken some work. amy joins us live with some of the changes businesses are making. >> we see these outdoor seating areas, restaurant owners are now having to negotiate how much rain there outdoor seating areas can handle before they need to tear them down for the season. this is tanner rosa last night, they are hoping the rain this week will bring an official end
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to wildfire season and the threat of wildfires. some communities opened up their sandbag stations providing bags and sand for those who want to block water from getting into their homes. they know flooding isn't in the forecast they set this up anyway when rain arrives. >> it's been relatively dry. every winter we prepare the same. we don't know it's good to be a large winter or a small winter but we prepare as if it is a normal or larger event. >> restaurant owners say outdoor dining has become very popular with many choosing it over sitting inside. it's safer in terms of covid to be outside and those who aren't vaccinated aren't allowed inside. many say they will try to keep these saying they think they can reggie: you mentioned the mentie
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bay a bit, residents are ready for the rain. some sprinkles did not keep people from going out. >> this is amazing. we feel so much better. we have planned this whole girl state just for the rain. we are going to watch a spooky movie after this because we are that obsessed with the fall weather. >> may be eliminate some of this fire danger. reggie: the firefighters are hoping that -- are hoping this week's rain will push the area out of fire season. kumasi: we will watch for power outages. video shows crews trying to prevent it by washing power poles. the utility says light rain puts dirt onto powerlines and in mud which conducts energy and can start fires. showers on sunday caused this to
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blow all over the area. that happened in part of san leandro were power was just restored yesterday. you can check live doppler 7 in the weather conditions on our app. it is free to download in the app store. reggie: investigators are expected to arrive at the sight of a plane crash in houston. the owner of the chat -- >> first responders say it's a miracle that all 21 people on board managed to evacuate safely before it was engulfed in flames. a team of investigators will get their first look at the jetliner today. after they arrive in houston executive airport. the plane was speeding down the runway when pilots tried to abort the landing. it veered off the pavement and through a fence and caught fire. the fellow pilotho knoe no m
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injues the first person that's dictating safety. although you see the sofas and the chairs, they all have seatbelts. we have to have seatbelts on it a certain posture. he is adamant about that. >> the plane is registered to a james allen kent. he's the founder of a construction firm. the charter flight he was headed from houston to boston the american league championship series between houston and boston. kumasi: new details about bay area restaurants fined for not checking the vaccination status of indoor customers. j.r. stone has a reactionction the chain and other restaurant owners. >> in and out burger wraps say we refused to become the vaccination police for any government in response to news
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the san francisco department of public health temporarily shut down their city restaurant laste restaurants is ludicrous personally. >> that from pam garza who was getting in and out burger in concord when we spoke to her. a location fined for not checking proof of customer vaccination. the county supervisor says getting vaccinated and showing a card to prove it benefits the community. >> i've done it myself and it's really a small price to pay to protect their community and prevent the transmission of this virus. >> another restaurant being slapped with a fine. fuddruckers in concord will have to pay for not checking proof of vaccination. they aren't in the business of asking for people's personal health information.
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at least one customer there who is vaccinated agreed with that. >> i don't know about getting fined. they tried to take our rights away. i feel like we are in a communist city. >> those it in and out say this is clear government overreach and intrusive and defensive. some we spoke with disagree saying it isn't that hard for employees to check for this. >> to hear to large corporations say it's not their job to check people, will small restaurants are doing it. reggie: the biden administration is laying out its plans for tens of millions of american children ages five to 11. the white hite hite says they have enough pfizer vaccine on hand to vaccinated 20 million people in that age group. they've been in place for
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community clinics, schools and hospitals to administer a shot to those children. the administration says was the authorization is given they are ready to respond getting these doses to clinicians. you can ask our vaccine team your questions. click on the big blue box. >> we are tracking wet weather this morning. a live look, we've and overcast skies and we are tracking scattered light showers throughout the day. a beautiful sight across northern california paid our first storm has moved in. highest in the northbay within half an inch of rain in santa rosa. is this front is moving to the south it's much lighter in nature. live doppler 7 to the east bay from union city down to fremont, we will have some wet roadways. 680 in the area. some light showers in the inland east bay base.
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likely seeing some light rain. a level 1 light storm. slick roadways and those winds out of the south. grab the umbrella pretty won't needed for the entire day. from time to time you'll see a passing shower. unfortunately sick the rain shadow effect will take effect. we will see as much of a quarter to an additional rain. not the greatest hair day. it will be humid out there with showers on and off. temperatures in the low to mid 60's. keep that umbrella handy. we will need it into the weekend. >> live look at the san rafael bridge. we can see the droplets on the camera. traveling to the northbay right now. anyone on northbound 101 pasto o francis drake, chp is reporting
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roadway flooding that's impacting all lanes there. this is a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. we do have a wind advisory for the bay bridge and the san mateo bridge. aside from that roadway flooding. kumasi: house the netflix employees are planning today. reggie: the other woman waiting for her at the airport. kumasi: there's a debate about whether employees should get paid after another big life event. reggie: the bennetts really know how to put their wifi to work. whether it's work work.
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kumasi: chase center will hold -- reggie: the che central hold its first concerts it's a fall. we are learning more about that death. the man may have jumped from a balcony and died from that fall. the san francisco chronicle
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reports the victim was a 47-year-old per there was a second incident involving a man falling from the second deck and injuring two people from below. that was thought to be an accident. the venue is up to code with california regulations. kumasi: a mom accused of throwing secret drunken sex parties for teenagers is due in court today. this is video of her arrivin arn the san jose airport. investigators say she got teenagers as young as 14 drunk at her home and then encourage them to take part in sex acts, sometimes nonconsensual. one mom came to the airport to express her outrage. >> i want to be there for those who are at school or work right now. i was open to get a chance to be able to see her and scream at her.
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she 100% lied to us. kumasi: she faces 39 reggie: netflix employees are planning a walk out to protest a chapelle's new standup special which includes what many think is transphobia material. netflix co-ceo admits he "screwed up" in his response to staff. jobina: in a series of new interviews, the netflix co-ceo said he should've acknowledged a group of his employees were in pain from a business decision that executives made. he said of it not -- instead of acknowledging that he went into rationales. he reiterated his support of chapelle's comedy show. he says he does not think it needed a disclaimer saying he did not believe it falls into hate speech because of jokes are not intended to cause physical harm. the comments, hours before
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today's planned virtual walkout by netflix's trans employees and allies. organizers has said the jokes about trans people and his alignment with those who believe a human sex at birth cannot be changed can lead to violence against marginalized communities. as part of the walkout today, organizers -- reggie: facebook is reportedly taking a page from google's playbook and will rebrand itself with a new name for a parent organization. the rebranding is in line with how google reorganized under the company alphabets. facebook owns whatsapp, instagram and virtual reality company oculus. the report says the name change would be announced october 28. facebook has declined to comment on that. kumasi: boldt is joining the cause of reporting workweek. >> to work smarter, more
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efficiently with higher productivity and overall be able to have more fun and enjoyment while we do the work. kumasi: they are one month into a three month experiment. an employee survey showed over 80% of workers reported a surge in productivity and 95% say they plan to keep working four days a week. should animal lovers be granted paid time off if they get a new pet? it british ceo asked whether he should grant most people felt the same saying the foss should not grant paid time off. one person asking have people lost their minds. nearly 40% said it could be a thing. in the end, the ceo said he came up with a compromise.
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the employee and his dog were working from home for the time being which makes everyone happy. all i see is a new puppy in my life. drew: we can't even get paid time off for a human baby. reggie: that was a whole debate. drew: i'm about to buy another dog so i can get some time off. reggie: i'm not ready for a puppy ever. give me a good two-year-old at least. drew: a toddler puppy. reggie: that someone else trained. and then decided they didn't like. drew: they did all the hard work and you get the payoff. that makes sense. reggie: i can deal with that. drew: rain this morning. such a welcome sight. this is one of three storms we are tracking out there. roadways are wet. the showers right now are
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focused in the east bay. we will zoom on down here. there's 580. we are tracking sweat pavement this morning. those roads are slick. from fremont you can see some very light showers on your screen. this is the recipe for the day. scattered showers light in nature. plus a mild out there. we stay outside at 60. it's also humid out there. 53 in santa rosa. 58 in palo alto. light storm we are tracking parade light scattered showers. slick roadways, our biggest concern. dusty at times. 11:00 a.m., cloud cover. hit or miss, the peppering of light showers through the rest of the day. as you're headed home from work we are tracking those light showers even late tonight into early tomorrow, light showers will be in the forecast. we will have a struggle climbing
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far from where we are now. low to mid 60's with cloud cover. the showers continue in the overnight with a level 1 light storm. windy along the coast. a warm night this time of the year. here is the accuweather seven-day forecast. still unsettled thursday and friday. friday night to saturday morning we get a break but the rain returns late saturday. all eyes on sunday and monday. they had to those numbers. reggie: tonight, a one-hour special about robin williams. they will profile his life in the early days to his rise on morgan mindy to becoming a huge movie star. >> it was like being with the beatles or something. his stardom was huge. reggie: it includes interviews
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with his peers and archive interviews with williams himself about his personal struggles. you can watch at 10:00 tonight followed by abc 7 news at 11:00. the iconic toy that now come to life. kumasi: sticker shock at the grocery store. a w
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drew: take the umbrella with you. live doppler 7 checking -- tracking showers. on the storm impact scale, a level 1 light storm. jobina: the commute will be slick out there. a live picture from the richmond san rafael bridge. you can see the droplets on the camera. we have a new report of an overturned car, just a heads up on the spin out you will see this morning. >> pg&e has been preventing more power outages over the weekend. they say heavier rain is better because it washes dirt from equipment instead of crating that mud which causes transformers to fail. kumasi: the biden -- reggie: the biden administration says they
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are ready to deliver vaccines to children five to 11. kumasi: the cdc advisory committee will take up booster shots tomorrow. they will issue recommendations from attorney and johnson & johnson. reggie: netflix trans employees and outlying ash and allies are proposing a walkout over dave chapelle's new standup special. >> queen elizabeth canceling a trip to northern ireland this morning, taking a doctor's advice to rest. the 95-year-old says she is disappointed. reggie: procter & gamble says its raising prices on a wide range of everyday items. here's kaylee. >> in this morning's gma first look, grocery stores sticker shock. >> their shortages and inventories for things are very low. >> the strain on the supply chain continues to affect more companies.
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to severe backlogs at our ports. >> they are taking a bite out of our purchasing power. >> experts warning experts warnp prepare to spend more than what they are used to. >> they will have to shell out another $1500, maybe $2000 to buy the same goods and services they did a couple years ago. >> we will have more on what's causing this supermarket surge and have the latest on rising gas prices. kumasi: theaters on friday. it's the story of a socially awkward middle school are and robot. the malfunctions launch them into an action-packed journey that shows what the wonderful messiness of friendship. here's an exclusive luck.
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>> you have to go. before recess. >> you have two new messages. >> only two? >> awesome. >> that went well. i thought so. come on. >> that so minimalistic. it's like a blank canvas. >> friend request. >> recess. maybe it will be ok. >> recess will not suck. you will have friends to sit with on a bench. kumasi: the movie comes out on friday. on the red carpet is giving away packs of tickets you can win on their facebook page on the red
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carpet. this iconic toy phone is apparently no a real phone. fisher-price teamed up with best buy to turn the fisher-price chatter phone into a working handset for grown people. it is that same rotary dial... unity working cell phone to make it work. it will cost $60 and on the best buy website it says coming soon. reggie: want to. i had this is a kid. i'll use it at home. that would be kind of fun. no? it would be a fun prop to have in your office. that would be cute. kumasi: it would be fun to use it. reggie: it's also the second time this is come up in the past
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few hours. i was shown a picture of that on a t-shirt that said new phone who this. coming up at 5:30, a local man on the bachelorette is already out of the running to find love on the show. the move to send him home before anyone else. kumasi: the air line that says it will allow unvaccinated workers to stay on the job past december but under what circumstance. reggie: it cracked down i drop off and pick up my kids from school so, i can't work early. or late. and i need to make enough to make it worthwhile. i can only work two days a week. and it can't interfere with my other job. i can do full-time. just not daytime.
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better when it comes to conserving water. reggie: a meeting all about booster shots. the decision expected. good morning on this wednesday, october 20. kumasi: we will start with a check of the forecast withdrew. drew: this is such a welcome sight to see. one of three storms we are tracking over the days ahead. live doppler 7. down to street level on live doppler 7 from pleasanton. the biggest area we are having this morning is slick roadways with cars spinning out. highway four in this area will likely see some wet pavement as well. the storm impact scale, the theme of your wednesday, scattered light showers, slick roads. a lot of cloud cover out there today, temperatures only in the low to mid 60's. grab the umbrella. you will need it from time to
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time. we will take a look at the weekend forecast in a few minutes. reggie: come on rain rain rain r about everyone's reaction as they are going about the business. amy is in walnut creek this morning. >> here is what happens if you leave those canopies for the outdoor seating areas at restaurants out. this one did not survive the rain and wind. it may be time for restaurants to start bringing these in and tearing down these areas. many restaurant owners are hoping some of their outdoor seating can withstand some rain saying these areas have become popular. some plan to leave them for as long as they can. the only option for those who aren't vaccinated and not allowed to eat inside. there are those who are nervous about catching covid indoors
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feel safer eating outside. >> everyone loves outside the outdoor dining. most people prefer to sit outside than inside most days. >> some cities set up their sandbag stations ahead of the rain. downpours are not in the forecast. city workers say they prepare the same every winter since they don't know what the season will bring. even though we did not get a lot of rain yesterday, it seemed like everyone got to thinking about how to adjust for the new season. everyone is shifting their thinking as they are now aware the rainy season is here. >> with the arrival of this wet weather, chp is warning drivers headed to lake tahoe to be extra careful. caltrans crews are working to fix systems along highway 50 in the area of the caldor fire burn
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scar. it creates perfect conditions for mud and rock slides prude chp says the best thing to do is stay alert and drive slowly and keep a distance between yourself and the cars ahead of you. you can keep track of real-time weather conditions where you live by using live doppler 7. you can download right now. a new indication we need to do a better job when it comes to consuming water. governor newsom added san francisco and seven counties in southern california. the state can ban certain uses. in july the governor asked everyone to try and cut water use by 15%, state water officials say this data shows urban areas reduced water use by just 5%. reggie: been in limbo for weeks because
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democrats have been concerned about the size and what it includes. abc news has learned the president is likely dropping free college tuition from the plan. the new plan slashes the time for a child tax credit and reduces paid family leave from 12 weeks to four weeks. the price tag will be lower, just under $2 trillion. climate change spending continues to be a sticking point. emigrants are hoping to negotiate that before a summit on climate change. a house select committee investigating the january 6 capital attack has voted to recommend steve bannon beheld in criminal contempt for failing to comply with the subpoena. the committees says bannon has knowledge about what was leading up to the insurrection. his lawyer says he's refusing to comply at the request of trump. >> mr. bannon stands alone and
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complete affiants of our subpoena. no one in this country no matter how wealthy or how powerful is above the law. >> trump has sued to block the committee with records related to the insurrection. the full house will vote tomorrow on holding him in contempt. kumasi: ac/dc advisory committee will kick off two day meeting in atlanta and a pivotal decision on booster shots is expected. jobina: there is one key take away. by the end of this week, tens of millions more americans could be eligible for booster shots. the cdc advisory committee will take up booster shots during the meeting. they will issue recommendations for moderna and johnson & johnson booster shots. as soon as today, the fda is expected to greenlight mixing and matching booster shots.
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citing a new study showing one dose of johnson & johnson followed by one shot of modernity boost immunity more than another shot of j&j. a source says the fda will recommend people get the same vaccine brand for their boosters but it won't be required will give them a little more flexibility. kumasi: southwest airlines has allow unvaccinated workers to stay on past december on the job if they seek a medical or religious exemption. the carrier originally said it would put them on unpaid leave. federal contractors like southwest face a december 8 deadline to get employees vaccinated. the southwest ceo says the airline will not terminate unvaccinated employees also said the airline is doing everything he can to encourage workforce to get shots. kumasi: officers are -- reggie:
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officers run leave according to the san francisco police officer's association. a spokesman says they were placed on leave last thursday. officers and other city workers in high-risk settings had to show proof of vaccination by last wednesday to comply with the city health orders. the mayor said hearings are underway for workers who did not comply and want exemptions. she says 93 members in total have not shown proof of vaccination including 46 active-duty officers. across all city departments more than 1400 employees are unvaccinated. on our show yesterday the mayor said there won't be an impact to services. >> this has been months in the making. we put in place seven -- system so we can move rapidly to rehire. >> the police officers association says san francisco is experiencing a shooting and retail theft epidemic and fewer officers will only make things
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worse. >> there's a new plan to track down the leaders of organized car break-ins. city leaders are offering one thousand dollar rewards for information leading to the arrest and convictions of the leaders of the automotive rings. the mayor announced the plan yesterday. right after she spoke with leanne -- in abc reporter ran into a couple whose car was targeted. >> we got in the car and saw the back was smashed. >> she ended up notifying officers who were just with the mayor and they were able -- a nearly 40% drop after gaining more than two dozen officers to finish it -- fisherman's wharf in july.
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reggie: experts now say it's time to get started on that holiday shopping. by this year will be anything but normal. drew: on the lens. go slow this morning because our roadways are slick. they are tough at times prayed we are tracking some rain moving through northern california. live doppler 7 along with satellite, the first of three storms we are tracking. let's zoom down to where we are finding those light showers. some light rain in the neighborhood. 80 from crockett. we have some light showers on live doppler 7. highway one is certainly getting wet in spots. on the storm impact scale, scal,
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are tracking with those light scattered showers. the theme of the day, we keep reiterating that we will have scattered showers, it is an unsettled pattern. more moisture is moving on shore. generally the showers will be light in nature. we will see some higher -- along the coastline prayed that unsettled pattern continues. we are keeping our eyes sunday and monday. a moderate storm on the storm impact or scale. jobina: our first confirmed spinouts. it's been a while. keep your head on the swivel. what you will see is a slowdown on west 24. interestingly in the eastbound direction we have an overturned car.
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a live look now at the toll plaza. advisory. it's looking a bit better. we will be right back after the break. the bennetts really know how to put their wifi to work. whether it's work work. works for me. school work it worked! or a workout. oh i'm working... they've got xfinity, which delivers wifi faster than a gig for all their devices. it's more than enough to keep everyone working. can your internet do that?
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he said he set up decoy blood testing devices. elizabeth holmes is accused of misleading doctors with the blood testing company she founded. reggie: last night's's's's's virtual because angry protesters shut down several meetings. police had to respond to the mayor's home last night after protesters showed up outside trying to disrupt the online meeting. they've been a target of a small group opposed vaccination policies. she earlier suggested an emergency order every protester targeted her. the council adopted the ordinance. >> nobody should ever be terrorized in their own home or nobody's personal sense of safety and privacy should be invaded and no one's family should be subjected to that. >> she repaved -- she received
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reports from several people. kumasi: the proposal to you sports betting to help end homelessness is getting support. this back to measure that would raise tax revenue from betting on sports games online. the funds would expand mental health and addiction treatment services. the major sports betting platforms are also backing this measure. reggie: the sf eagle iconic status. it's been a staple of the neighborhood since it opened in 1981. the board of supervisors called that final vote yesterday. we have a story another multiple lgbtq landmark. it is about two lesbians in the landmark home where they spent years organizing and fighting for equality. kumasi: are you alr
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shopping? now is the time to get started. >> holiday shopping can be a of a frenzy in normal times. with the pandemic pushing people to shop or online in the series disruption. this would be anywhere but normal. >> this shopping season is unlike anything we've seen in the past. >> year. bigger items like home appliances may be in short supply. so here's some buyers try to get the gifts they want. start early. >> get people to tell you what they want. you can search shopping for presents. >> look for deals now. many are starting their holiday discounts earlier. some are offering incentives to encourage people to buy sooner.
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act fast. >> if you're seeing what you want now, it's always a good idea to shop. >> think old school. >> if you can find it online, there are available stores if you feel comfortable going. >> take it easy. >> you still have more than two months before the holiday season is really upon us. >> it a future with the new bachelorette. he was asked to leave on night one. even before the first rose ceremony. >> some notes about the most screen time. how to not be the villain. reggie:ie:ie:ie:ie:ie:ie:ie:ie::
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meet michelle an ice cream truck. michelle ended up finding his notes and research about the show. he said he had those because he had watched the show much. she also eliminated a handful of other guys later in the night at the rose ceremony. >> with all this drama. >> the notes. pages of notes. just be yourself. reggie: don't be yourself. all those things are correct. he just didn't have to have all of the receipts. >> what if you forgot how not to be the villain. drew: i was going t going t goig later today so i guess i don't have to. >> i want to see some of the entrances.
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drew: some of those descriptions are cringe worthy. reggie: red flag. drew: the first episode in the final few are always the best. that's when the drama happens. we are tracking the rain. some light showers. a level 1 on the storm impact scale. a couple of spots we are tracking. scattered light showers. you can see highway 82, 280 in this area. slow it down this morning. first storms of the season turn our roadways into some slick spots. a light shower moving through antioch. the bag -- the bigger picture. what's going to happen, this front is essentially going to stall over us and keep us unsettled today into part of tomorrow as well. with the front overhead you step
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outside, it's humid and feels mild out there. 56 in the city right now. 53 in santa rosa. storm impact scale, a level 1 tracking through the day today. the biggest concern we have on the slick roadways across the region. southwinds breezy from time to time. future weather, mostly cloudy day. a peppering of light showers that continues in the afternoon and evening and even into the early morning hours on thursday. highs today barely in the low to mid 60's. on and off showers, it won't linger all that long. overnight tonight the showers continue. scattered showers today. friday night into saturday morning we have a dry period before showers return saturday night. watch this very closely.
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you may have to bump up that number on the storm index. reggie: originals production. looking back. it shows you how that disaster unfolded. left 25 people dead and many more without hope spring -- without hope. >> i don't think we're going to stop this thing. reggie: you c c c downloading our free abc 7 bay area app. >> a new study finds american psychological association found people were calm or content after viewing three covid -- funny covid means. participant's felt better about their ability to deal with or
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e-cigarettes may not help smokers quit the habit. they were more likely to rehab -- relapse within 12 months. those who switched e-cigarettes from another product rate in half percent more likely to pick up smoking again in comparison to those who quit cold turkey. reggie: celine dion is calling off her las vegas residency for now. the singer delayed suffered what was described as severe and persistent month -- muscle spasms. it was supposed to open in 2.5 weeks but now all of her shows through february have been canceled. she says she is heartbroken after working on the show for the past eight months. kumasi: look who it is. adele and her new boyfriend. they are among the celebrities spotted that the -- at the
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staples center. other celebrities were there, kevin hart, usher, justin bieber. on the court, the warriors surprised the lakers, beating them. they will play their hobo -- home opener against the clippers. drew: outside we go. a live look, we have this morning. we have rain falling, we have slick roadways. the storm impact scale, a level 1 light storm. take the umbrella out the door this morning. kumasi: a bay area business getting some shine. one of the top san francisco
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brands on the deals and steals is a perfect gift to give a loved one. reggie: a plan to lift the indoor mask mandate. the proposal coming within days of the vaccine. kumasi: in-n-out burger
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this is abc 7 news. >> major moves being made on the vaccine rollout for children. the new information in this morning. the white house is standing by to get shots into millions of american children. >> mask mandate no more. a bay area county considering issuing the order for vaccinated individuals. >> live doppler seven still showing green. tracking the first of our big storms this week. you're watching abc seven mornings. >> we are going to have the have raingear handy. here's a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. the first storms of the season tend to turn our roads into slick spots. light


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