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good morning, bear. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc7 mornings. >> good morning. it is sunday, march 24th. i'm kate larsen. we're going start this hour with a look at weather with meteorologist lisa argen. good morning, lisa. >> hi, kate. good morning to you. we are looking at a much chill y yer start to the day. it's dry. otherwise temperatures will notice if you're stepping out soon. we're also looking at a system offshore that will arrive early tomorrow morning in the north bay. it is 40 in castro valley, 47 in san leandro, 40s in berkeley. so certainly cold. cold as well in palo alto and the coast. the sun will start out 30s and
40s and mid-50s at the coast all day. sun high and c throughout the afternoon. but we are looking at the system staying off-shore. but by your monday morning commute, it is wet in the north bay. kate? >> thank you, lisa. on the peninsula, firefighters in redwood city are looking to the cause of a fire that killed one woman and left a man injured. flames broke out just after 10:00 last night inside a home on jackson avenue. the fire started in the kitchen and officials say most of the damage was restricted to that area but there is some smoke damage throughout the home. the injured man is expected to be okay. developing news out of san francisco. one person is dead and at least three other people are hurt after a shooting. the shooting happened around 8:45 last night near the intersection of fillmore and eddy streets in the fillmore district. police say at least three peopl life-threatening injuries. another person died at the scene.
police say the investigation is still in its early stages and they have not given any specifics yet about what led up to the shooting or any information about suspects. we sent this alert with our abc7 news app when news of the shooting first broke. we will continue to send alerts with any new developments about this story. just download our abc7 news app and enable notifications. a stanford student died in spain while hiking with other students in europe. the group lost sight of him friday afternoon. authorities started searching the area later that day but they did not find him until the search resumed yesterday. he fell in difficult rocky terrain. he was a junior majoring in computer science and was 20 years old. it's been ten years since a b.a.r.t. police officer shot and killed oscar grant. the foundation created in grants's name by his family and himeye ed d the
families who lost children at the hands of police. >> reporter: mothers from across the country with one thing in common -- pain. >> representing my son at the age of 14 was killed by a baltimore city police officer. >> from atlanta, georgia to support my son nicholas thom whois got executed by the atlanta police, 2015, march 24th. >> reporter: once a year at the oscar grant foundation, the mothers find comfort in each other while remembering the life of oscar grant, a b.a.r.t. police officer shot and killed grant back on new year's day 2009. >> this is what we call a sorority we didn't pledge for. >> reporter: grant's mother organizes this gala to raise money to give scholarships in her son's name. >> we still need to fight for accountability in the police force. we still need to work to give our justice system as an equal for all. >> reporter: in 2010 the officer who shot grant was found guilty
of involuntary manslaughter. congresswoman barbara lee said more needs to be done to avoid deaths like grant's. >> we have to get the guns off the streets in america. we got have real criminal justice reform. >> reporter: the oscar grant foundation scholarship is may 1. to participate students need to be an alameda and contra costa high school student. to more west our website at abc7news.com. b.a.r.t. police officers are telling riders the system is safe, despite the friday attack on board a richmond-bound train. but they need your help catching the suspect. here's abc7's reporter cornell bernard. >> it has become very scary and dangerous, i feel. >> reporter: riders are feeling unnerved after a stabbing on b.a.r.t. take a close look at this man. b.a.r.t. police believe he's the
same guy who got into a a mound-bou mond-bound train and pulled a knife. that fight led to the victim being stabbed net neck and face. just as the train was approaching the oakland/fruitvale station. a camera inside the train caught the suspect moments after the stabbing running out of the car and into the station. it's not the news the riders want to hear. >> this is just gross. it's always gross. it's always been gross. >> reporter: last year 18-year-old nia wilson was stabbed to death on the platform by 27-year-old john lee cowell. a judge will rule on cowell's mental competency for trial next month. a few months ago mary said she saw a man pull a knife on board a train. nobody was hurt. what do you do? >> what do you do except grab your purse and put it in front of you in case he comes after it.
>> they need to two more, with more security. >> reporter: b.a.r.t. said they hired 24 new officers last year and working to hire 19 more this year. >> we're actively recruiting. we're looking to put more people out there but we're doing the best we can. >> reporter: meantime the search for this suspect goes on. we're told the stabbing victim is expected to recover. anyone with information about the crime is asked to call b.a.r.t. police. in oakland, cornell bernard, abc7 news. last month abc7 news spent an entire week looking at some of the issues b.a.r.t. faces. it's part of our commitment to building a better bay area. safety was one of the primary concerns viewers told us about. we heard from passengers who had numerous issues on the platforms and the trains themselves. one b.a.r.t. rider allowed us to join her for the evening commute. she headed home to the east bay from san francisco. >> have more police presence. there needs to be somebody walking around so people know they can't jump a gate or they can't intimidate somebody on the train. it's hard when you have a lot of
transient people that are going through the system but there really needs to be a way to mitigate that situation. >> a report released earlier this year says 23% of riders say they are concerned about crime. we want to hear your thoughts about what we can do to keep building a better bay area. head to abc7news.com and search the words better bay area. you can write us with your comments and suggestions. on twitter use the #betterbayarea and on facebook we would love for you to join our better bay area group as we work on finding solutions together. developing now, the u.s. attorney general could release details of the special counsel's report on the russia investigation as soon as today. attorney general william barr was scene yesterday morning on his way to the office, where the review of robert mueller's report is ongoing. mueller delivered his report to barr friday night. barr has promised transparency and will work with mueller and others to determine what information t
pu lawmakers om both sides of the aisle say the public deserves to see the results, even president cled for the report's release. >> let it come out. let people see it. >> 37 people have already been indicted as part of the russia investigation but a senior justice department official has confirmed the special counsel is not recommending any further indictments. following robert mueller delivering his final report to william barr, house intelligence committee chair congressman adam schiff will appear on "this week." you can watch "this week with george stephanopoulos" at 8:00 right here on abc7. happening today, get ready to feel the burn. vermont senator and democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders will be in san francisco for a rally. the event starts at 12:30 this afternoon at great meadow park. the doors open at 11:00 but you're advised to get there early because entrance is first come, first serve.
this is the senator's first trip to the city since announcing his second white house run. in the east bay, thousands of athletes will compete tth an running festival. this year's festival includes several events including a half marathon and full marathon. runners in the marathon face an extra challenge this year, they will race across the eastern span of the bay bridge. many streets will close during today's running festival, that includes grant avenue along with streets along lake merritt near the start and finish lines. it starts at 7:00 a.m. but this will be impacting traffic and transit until the late afternoon. lisa, we don't have as much sunshine as yesterday but that's pretty good for runners. >> yes, certainly cool out. temperatures in the 40s. few outliers in the upper 30s. some clouds with san francisco the mildest spot, no surprise there. 49 degrees. we will see increasing clouds, dry day today and on-and-off rain throughout the day.
your forecast is coming up. >> thank you. also next, a drama over dogs. how town officials are defending a decision to ban dogs from a new bay area park, just prompting outrage from dog owners. and a new twist to the college admission scandal. the action that usc is considering taking against several students who may have been involved and already graduated.
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the golden gate bridge, the sun is not out quite yet. lisa argen will have your full forecast but we're looking at more clouds compared to yesterday and a bit of rain during the work week. several bay area cities and towns are known for being drawing friendly. but in tiburon several are outraged as they decided to ban dogs from its field inhibiting the use for soccer and la crosse players. we have more on the controversial move. >> reporter: this sign telling dog owners to keep their pets off mckegney field is drawing an uproar. >> it's terrible. we pay for part of it. why can't we use it? >> reporter: the $2 million field were opened and you can see on this schedule, the signs were ignored and dogs frolicked in the field.
the reason it's off-limits to dogs, the city is trying to protect its investment. >> dogs did and go to the bathroom and it's shallow and can causdamae d. >> reporter: only soccer and la crosse teams will play on the grass by paying a rental fee double for the amount. a la crosse coach said mckegney is the only field large enough to hold multiple teams at once. >> it's so beautiful. i think it would be a shame to see it undermined but an unfortunate dog incident. >> reporter: typically right now, it is the only public field in all of tiburon to be off-limits to dogs. in fact, a few feet away dogs roam freely in nearby blackey pasture. >> there's a sense of entitlement, people want to run with their dogs, which is fine. there's so much other space. >> reporter: still, mckegney is in high demand. >> well behaved dogs and soccer
players and well behaved people all should have the ability to go on it. all lanes are opening on interstate 5 between northern california and los angeles following a massive pileup on the grapevine. at least one car burst into flames near gorman. los angeles firefighters say at least 30 people were hurt. one victim needed to be flown by helicopter to a trauma center. you see all of the wrecked cars there. they reopened southbound 5 just before 7:00 last night. in the wake of a college admission scandal, usc is considering revoking the degrees of several graduates. "tmz" is reporting usc has eight suspicious cases all involving admission scamming leader rick
singer. attorney steve meister said the university can and show take away degrees of any alum receiving them by fraud. they have broad discretion to protect the system and legally have that right. >> if they don't do it, they undermine the integrity of any degree they award to anyone else. if you're there by fraud, what right have you really to be there at all? >> so far no students have been charged in the scandal. uber and lyft drivers in los angeles are planning to go on strike this week. according to the "l.a. times," uber slashed per mile pay from 80 cents to 60 cents in l.a. and parts of orange county. they're planning to strike tomorrow, refusing to drive for both ride-share companies in an attempt to push for higher wages across the board. uber drivers protested in l.a. before but this time they're being led by a group ride share drivers united. uber said the old scale wasn't working and other changes will improve take-home pay.
as part of our efforts here on abc7 to build a better bay area, we're taking a look what it's like here for ride share drivers. on our website abc7news.com we have a form we would like for to you fill out if you're a ride-share driver and tell us about your experience. the powerball jackpot is now at des 750 at $750 million after no ticket matched all six numbers last night. the estimated lump sum pay out would be $46.5 million before taxes. wednesday night's drawing would be the further largest jackpot in u.s. history. and here's another look at last night's numbers -- 24, 25, 52, 60, 66 and powerball number 5. nobody has won since the day after christmas. meteorologist lisa argent has been tracking our forecast.
weekend and weekday forecast. i think people are in luck this week, maybe. >> we're starting out dry and then it will be on and off rain showers and snow in the sierra nevada. the first system coming in as ea doppler 7. we are not tracking any rain but we are looking at a frontal boundary that's offshore. this is what will provide the wet morning commute and then it spreads out and eastward. 43 in union city. 45 in oakland, good morning to you. low 40s from san carlos, upper 30s, 40 in livermore. from our the system comes in, we will see more wind associated with it. and looking at the increasing clouds today, rainy with the wind tomorrow and more storms this week. so the one on our storm impact scale starts us off early
tomorrow with light-to-moderate rain. most cities from a quarter inch to three quarters of an inch but there will be rain shadow effect in the south bay. for some of you not picking up much in this front will get hung up in the north bay for the morning. 20 to 30-mile-an-hour winds. as we start out with a mix of clouds and sun, we will see partly to mostly skies throughout the day. 6:00, no rain in sight. and then older night into early morning, how about 5:00 a.m. santa rosa, cloverdale, petaluma, down through marin, san rafael looking wet. and the line continues to push the rain to the north but continues to sag to the south and east by the middle of the afternoon. the peninsula getting wet. by the afternoon, picking up the kids or kids out of school, scattered showers and could see downpours. and then get our break late monday into tuesday. the first system focusing in the north bay.
heaviest rain three quarters of an inch. could see a third of that on the peninsula, lesser amounts in san ramon valley, livermore, mountain view and down towards san jose. looking at the mountains, the national weather service issued a winter storm warning from 5:00 tomorrow through tuesday morning. west slopes picking up 8 to 12 inches, possibly up 20 inches. in particular the sierra nevada looking at the winter storm watch from tuesday to thursday above 6,000 feet. a couple of feet possible. as we get going into tuesday, we're looking at the snow totals around the resorts accumulating from about half a foot to over a foot. as we get through the first system, then we get that break. here's the tuesday, not bad. next system on wednesday and then the break late wednesday, perhaps more rain into thursday. 62 in oakland, 65 in fremont, 63 napa, santa rosa. if you're spending time in east
bay for the game, look for low 60s with partial sun. accuweather seven-day forecast are dry today. one on our storm impact scale. each day through thursday download the accuweather map and that will help you >> any end in sight for the rain? >> there is but i will not tell you. >> start woman, that lisa. wieckinspiring stories in a weekly digital series called "more in common." >> sometimes these guys are literally three times your size. >> i fight men up 150 to 300 pounds. >> what makes you think you can beat them? >> anyone can beat them. that's the great thing about this sport. >> janelle, you are a very unlikely sumo wrestler. >> that's what i hear.
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plan to reopen the famed resort in lake tahoe. abc7 first told you about his plans to buy the bankrupt casino and hotel back in 2013. he purchased the property more more than $35 million. now ellison's team is getting ready to submit a proposal that would include demolishing the original resort. the site once owned by frank sinatra hosted many celebrities, including people like marilyn monroe. in the south bay one man's backyard is a sure sign spring has sprung. rich santoro, also known the bulb guy, opened up his backyard to more than 1,000 bulbs. each year he interviews the public to tour his garden. he doesn't charge anything but does encourage people to donate to st. jude's children's research hospital. so far he helped raise more than
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good morning. it is just about 6:30. if you're waking up, welcome. meteorologist lisa argen is here and is going to give you a heads-up about today's forecast. >> good morning, everyone. we are starting out dry. certainly colder than it was yesterday. remember we had all of that rain in the south bay. it is 40 degrees in campbell, 43 in sunnyvale. as we get closer to the bay, upper 40s for alameda, san francisco. 38 in nerve. as you look at the 24-hour temperature change, you know doeft it is certainly chilly, near 40 at half moon bay. the plan will be 30s and 40s to start out at 7:00. mid-to-upper 50s and increasing clouds throughout the afternoon. we stay dry.:30. rain stays offshore through the overnight hours and many of you will have a dry monday morning commute, except if you live in the north bay. kate? >> thanks, lisa. developings ns thi morning, tugboats are trying to
move a norwegian cruise ship to shore after it was stranded off sea at norway's coat. passengers captured this video showing conditions of the viking sky looking anything but shipshape. right now three of the ship's four engines are working and the ship is moving very sloesly. rescuers are still evaluating people on board. helicopters airlifted about 150 passengers and have to do that one by one so that process could continue throughout the day. >> we went up on a helicopter with a sling the two of us together. it was quite scary. >> no kidding. at least eight passengers suffered minor injuries. it's unclear if any of the other passengers still on the cruise ship had been hurt. a father risks his own life to save his daughter from a speeding car, which ends up hitting him instead. here you can see michael devore in a crosswalk with his
11-year-old daughter when that red car hits them. this happened back in november in los angeles. devore said there was no time to think so he pushed his daughter out of the way, taking the brunt of the impact himself. his daughter got away from a few scratches but he's still recovering from two broken legs. >> i hoped i would get cleared soon but i didn't, i was propelled and spun like a helicopter blade, full turn or three quarter turn. i tried to get up. that's how angry -- with a broken femur, and it was broken in multiple places. >> police are still searching for the driver of the that car. a flight attendant detained by customs officials for five weeks has been finally released from jail. immigrations and customs enforcement said the dreamer didn't have valid documents to come back into the u.s. according to its website, special documents are now required for daca recipients. but when she raised concerns before a flight to mexico, the airline that employees her assured her she would be fine.
instead she was stopped and detained for more than a month in what she called a nightmare come true. >> my life fell apart. i felt like the rug was pulled out from under me. i honest i didn't know how to react because my world shattered around me. >> her case even drew attention from former secretary of state hillary clinton. she's set to appear before an immigration judge in april. building peace and security on the korean peninsula is not easy. but sports diplomacy may be helping. abc7 news went to south korea last month for an in depth look at the political situation and how it might have changed after the 2018 winter games. >>symbolicndastihockey game. i think it kind of serves also
the imaginary for unification. >> what happens when you look even further? how did the people who live in south korea see north korean leader kim jong-un? is he really the dictator as portrayed in the west? and what about the influence of k-pop on the legacy of the games? we answer all of these questions and much more on "breaking the ice," a 30-minute special that will care tonight at 6:30 right here on abc7 news. the owner of the new england patriots is apologizing after being charged with two counts of soliciting a prostitute. robert kraft is among nearly 200 men charged in a major sting operation in south florida massage parlors. in a statement he said he's truly sorry and says he knows he hurt his family, fans and others and added he had extraordinary respect for women. he turned down a plea and pleaded not guilty. the nfl has not punished kraft but there's a ma
risingng ices are pushing m in the bay area out, including here in san francisco. in june there's a movie that hits theaters with that story front and center. the trailer came out last week. abc7 reporter wayne freeman went to the house featured in the movie and knocked on the door. >> reporter: there's a famous bed time story about an old wonderful house and how it stays the same as the city changes around it. that is not this house or this story. >> when i bought it, my father said you're nuts. >> reporter: jim tyler in san francisco at 959 south van ness avenue, a home he purchased in 1971. >> i paid $18,750 for it. >> reporter: and it's about to become a fictional city of this city's gentrification. >> i always come back to the old house. >> you're looking at the movie trailer that resonated almost as soon as it released, a film called "the last black man in san francisco" about a native
son trying to reclaim the victorian home his grandfather built but in a different economic climate. >> that's not your old house and that's not your neighborhood. >> do you have any thoughts on that? >> actually, no. i haven't seen it happening here. i don't consider myself a part of it. >> reporter: instead this house that jim leased to the filmmakers remains like an unbroken bubble compared to the rest of san francisco real estate but it has weathered a lot of changes. when was this house built? >> 1889. >> reporter: it survived the blaze? -- the quake? >> every one of them. >> reporter: instead of gentrification, jim wanted to talk about the history of the structure. >> it was ed salley's boarding
house for workers who came to san francisco to rebuild it after the earthquake. >> reporter: if you're wondering, jim tyler has no intent to sell, not after 40 years of sweat equity and restoration. sure, he can make a big profit if these times but he has an heir and reverse mortgage. >> it's taking care of me now. >> reporter: one story of change that hasn't quite hit home yet at fictional ground zero. in sfran, san francisco, wayne freedman, abc7 news. coming up, a fictional lesson being taught in schools. and a live look at the bay area. the sun about to rise. the always lovely lisa argen will have your forecast in a shshow me homecoming. baby sloth videos on youtube.
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it is 6 clonl 406:40 and we have good news for gardeners. they opened the renovated mclaren park. state senator scott wiener and others were present. the park has room for nearly four times the number of gardeners and also features a new rain garden system to manage storm water, new gazebo, greenhouse plaza area and more. a gardener we spoke to said the community has come a long way from 20 years ago. >> community wasn't as thrived, it was forgot about. but now this is a new generation so now it's even better than before.
>> three plantines, plot fillings and raffle and tour were held. you can see, beautiful, sun yarj there yesterday. little different weather out there today. >> that's right. not so much in the department of vitamin d out there but we will look for rain showers to arrive tomorrow. not everyone will see him but as you check out the sierra nevada, wow, it will be another banner work week there. temperatures in the teens at the tahoe valley airport, 16, 45 today. rain and snow mix and about a foot to several feet of snow throughout the week. we will talk about it next. >> ski season continues. thanks, lisa. also next, another ugly loss for the warriors at oracle. this time blown out by the ma
in sports the giants and a's are back in the bay area, ready to play the bay bridge series. derrick rodriguez faces aaron brooks at the oakland coliseum. first pitch at 1:05. and then they shift to oracle park for tuesday and wednesday. and the warriors try to rebound from last night's loss when they take on the detroit pistons at oracle arena. probably wasn't a bad game to miss. last night the dubs had one of their worst performances of the entire season. abc7's sports anchor mindi bach has the details in this morning's sports. >> stephen curry, shaun livingston and andrew bogut got the night off against the
mavericks but that's not the reason the warriors suffered their worst loss of the season. dirk nowitzki started what is likely his final game at oracle. he has history here. that's the hole he put in the wall in 2007 after the warriors upset the warriors in the playoffs. he made better memories in this game, starting with connecting on his first four shots for ten points. warriors trailed by as many as 19 in the first. jalen brunson, nice reverse and devin harris, watch him with the awkward three and bee the shot clock. that made it a 23-point game with three minutes in the second. kevin durant, recent line, 2-25. but in the fourth quarter, more dirk. he hit five threes on his way to 21 points. mavericks put up 21 threes on the night. warriors just 4-30 from beyond the arc. draymond green had one. warriors lose big by 35. it's their second-worse loss in the steve kerr era.
>> we just kind of flushed this one down the toilet and move on to tomorrow. not much else to do. >> i don't know. i just got punched. i think really it is just us missing shots. it's not something i can pinpoint for everybody. i'm confident we will start knocking them down here. >> these late-season games for teams like dallas out of the playoffs, it's a free swing, no pressure. we talked about that before the game. >> stanford has been so good for so long, the cardinals never have to go far to start the ncaa tournament. maple pavilion hosted postseason game 71 as environment they played uc-davis in the first round. somebody excited for the return of march madness. stanford scored the first 15
anna wilson with one of the cardinals' ten threes. you might know her brother, one seahawks quarterback, russell wilson, yep, there es. 49-26 stanford at the half. the cardinals kept up the pressure in the third quarter. alana smith with 2-21. maya dobson, surrounded by three defenders, gets if it to go and the foul. to the -- they advance to the finals. cal and wake texas are facing each other for the first time in 20 years. kianna smith to jaylen brown, who drains the triple. cal had 11 threes in this one. trailed by three at the half. third quarter, c.j. west lays it in and gave cal the first lead of the game. thomas, who led the bears with 19 at the corner, that puts up cal for good.
3.8 left in the third, off the inbounds pass, brown the running throw to beat the buzzer. she finished with 16. another double-double, a monster. cal wins 97-72 and will face top-seeded baylor next. first pitch for the bay bridge exhibition series at the colosseum at 1:07. derrick brooks will start for the a's and we will have the highlights tonight at 5:00. until then, have a great day. >> looking forward to that. thanks, mindi. now we're getting a check of our forecast with meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning to you. we see a few high clouds, official sunrise 7:07. do we need more rain? the north bay is up to 128% of normal. the rest of the bay area around 100% or better. so the short answer is not really but we're going to get some and it will benefit us
nonetheless. not looking at flooding concerns. we are looking at chilly temperatures, 39 in santsa rosa as well as gilroy. 49 in san francisco. we will look at the focus of the first system up in the north bay. leave look at santa cruz, where it looks like for sunday morning. live doppler 7 showing clouds around the bay. no rain to speak of. the next system is offshore and the focus will be to the north bay in the morning and spreads to the south with the wind, and it's going to bring some impacts in the sierra nevada. there are a couple of systems behind it and we're trying to navigate our forecast models for the week ahead for you and the roof camera are pretty calm this morning. increasing clouds throughout the afternoon, rainy and breezy tomorrow and looking at more storms this week. the first one a one on our storm impact scale. light-to-moderate rain from a quarter inch to three quarters of an inch. quite gusty 20 to 30 miles per
hour. here's the tlienime line for th rest of the day. pe around 5 in the morning it is coming down pretty good. it will be wet for emeryville and oakland, along the peninsula, half moon bay to redwood city and cupertino looking like the rain in the afternoon. and in fact rainfall amounts really trail off for the south bay and parts of the east bay. as we look at the totals, they're going to stack up north of the golden gate. could see about an inch there. hayward maybe a 10th of an inch in the south bay. m mountain view, santa clara. on the way to the sierra, west slopes looking at a winter storm warning tomorrow until tuesday
morning, about 20 inches in spot. and greater lake tahoe area looking at one to three feet from tuesday through thursday. there are two more maybe behind the one monday and looking at about 16 inches through wednesday morning. here we go with the first system, and then the break. then the next system wednesday morning. and we get a bit of a break throughout the afternoon. possible rainy weather extend into thursday. temperatures on the mild side tomorrow morning with the rain knocking on the door of the north bay. make sure you have the rain gear. accuweather forecast looking at 60s and one on our storm impact scale. breaks in between tuesday and thursday. but you download our app, and that should definitely help you out >> we've been saying it this gd. >> maybe some on sale for april. >> good idea. thank you, lisa. lisa and i are definitely paying attention to this story.
experts say practicing mindfulness helps you when you're feeling overwhelmed. in fact, it's so effective, 11 public schools are making mindfulness a part of their daily routine. abc7's melendez has more. >> a coyote breathing or puppy breathing. >> reporter: training the brain of a kindergartner to be mindful is what andrew nantz does well. >> when we breathe, it makes my body calm and be strong and be calm and be respectful and be responsible, and it also helps you get your puppy brain to sleep. >> reporter: they call it mindfulness but when you're 6, it's about keeping your puppy brain focused. the how-to is taught by nantz. brent elementary is one of 11 schools in the district that teaches mindfulness. but kids are rewarded with a
>> the practe ung our breath to lp us and our bodies make better choices. >> reporter: their teachers say mindfulness has been a game-changer. >> when they're fighting or get stressed out at recess, they really turn to breathing to help them calm down. >> i think i was very good today. could i have one of those little -- >> yes, oh, my gosh. absolutely. >> i get a puppy sticker. >> there you go. >> thank you. >> i use this breath and my mind grows stronger and that's what focus time is all about. >> breathing in two. >> in san francisco, lyanne melendez, abc7 news. >> i think those kids are on to something. next, the anticipation grows forbe the opening of "star wars" galaxy's edge at disneyland. what you need to know if you're
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you will have to make a no cost reservation to visit the new land. tickets are available for the night of the opening at paradise pier, it will cost $612 a night, $651 disneyland hotel and $729 at the grand california. disney is the parent company of abc7. we're going to get a final check of your accuweather forecast with lisa, who's here at the desk. >> it's dry and will be throughout the afternoon. in fact, we will see sunshine around bay. increasing clouds in the afternoon. 62 oakland, 63 napa, 65 palo alto. one on the storm impact scale. scattered showers and looking for the heaviest rain to fall in the north bay tomorrow morning. >> thank you very much for that, lisa. and thank you for joining us on abc7 mornings. we continue at 9:00 a.m. and "good morning america" is next.
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