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don't touch my piano. kick pain in the aspercreme. announcer: building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. >> this is a situation where tough love is needed and that is what the archbishop is extending. liz: this morning, catholics responding to the news the archbishop of san francisco band nancy pelosi from receiving communion. some say it is necessary while others believe it is too extreme. good morning, it is sunday, may 22. i am liz kreutz. we will get to that in a moment, but first, the weather with lisa argen. lisa: good morning. we have patchy fog along the coast and temperatures in the 50's. little bit warmer than some of you. live doppler 7 shows the dark
area offshore, high-pressure building in. brilliant view with the sun up five minutes ago. 51 in the city, 50 oakland, 54 san jose, 47 santa clara. there is the fog at sfo. mid 40's and patchy in the north bay. low 50's by the delta. these numbers a few degrees warmer, oakland, san carlos, and 48 right here. winds 25 miles per hour at the coast the temperatures will climb through the 60's and 70's by noontime. bayshore will be in the low to mid 70's and the peninsula in the upper 70's while inland we see upper 80's. the winds keep the coast breezy and cool while we climb a few degrees. perhaps 90 by the delta. further warming in the week ahead with triple digit heat come tuesday. liz: thank you.
one day after san francisco's archbishop band nancy pelosi from receiving communion other members of the catholic community are responding. tim johns spoke with some to get their take on the decision. tim: as catholics gathered for mass saturday night when issue seems to be top of mind for many in the community. on friday the archbishop issued a statement barring house speaker nancy pelosi from receiving communion. >> all of us which her nothing but the best and lover but unfortunately, tough love is definitely needed and that is with the archbishop is extending. tim: caramel is abo board member of a pro-life committee and says this is in keeping with the laws of the church. >> we cannot believe part of it and reject part of it. tim: while speaker pelosi will not be able to receive communion in san francisco she could get
it in other archdiocese. but that is a choice you should not have to make. jimmy manson is the president for the catholics of choice organization. >> it seems like he is single and her out and tried to make an example of her in the most spiritually violent way possible. tim: she thinks the archbishop's decision is extreme and does not correlate with the actions of other catholic leaders. she points to a 2021 vote that fell short of refusing communion to president joe biden or others that support abortion rights and wars the archbishop's decision could do more harm than good. >> it will only alienate catholics who are already alienated because of the other scandals in the church and the church's failure to listen to the lives of its faithful. tim: in san francisco, tim johns, abc 7 news. liz: in the east bay, a manhunt underway for three men accused
of kidnapping and robbing a woman near the del norte station. this happened around 10:30 friday night. the woman told police she was forced into a green sedan, robbed and beaten, and left at blake and liberty streets. police responded to the location on the report of gunshots after one of the robbers fired a gun. the victim was taken to the hospital. residents near vacaville are allowed to return after a wild fire broke out. the quail fire started yesterday and grew to 135 acres. evacuation orders were issued to some residents in the area. firefighters have made progress and at last check the fire was 45% contained. there are no reports of any damages. wildfire season is arriving in the bay area and one community is making sure everyone has the tools they need to be prepared. reporter cornell barnard went to a resource fair in the north bay.
>> i am concerned for my family but also to be informed for my neighborhood. cornell: there is a weekly test and jennifer was checking out the one-stop shop for fire preparedness and education. she knows the threat is real. >> and 2019 i think it was, we saw the flames coming from the other way. we decided to evacuate. >> i think a lot of homeowners have already been affected. retroactively they are thinking, what can i do better? >> we will wear this while fighting fires. cornell: there were tips on creating defensible space and where to go if a wildfire prompted neighborhood evacuations. this evacuation siren was only a test. three major wildfires in five years have taught north bay residents tough lessons. >> last year, we had more acres burned in the state limits them last 20 plus years with the exception of the tubbs and glass
fire's. drought conditions are real, climate change is happening. cornell: calfire started training seasonal firefighters more than a month early due to increased fire danger in the bay area. >> i cannot imagine being surrounded by fire. this is new to me. cornell: antoine and his son cameron moved from texas. he is learning earthquakes are not the only things to prepare for. liz: that was cornell barnard reporting. a wildfire burning in yuba county is 70% contained. the golden fire burned over 20 acres near camptonville inside the tahoe national forest. the cause is under investigation but this is the kind of fire they usually do not see this early in the season. >> a lot of larger fires you typically see late-summer, early fall. this early spring stuff is different than what we are used to seeing.
liz: highway 49 remains closed in yuba county north of grass valley. winds caused spot fires which led to evacuations. a brush fire that forced evacuations for several hours friday in mendocino county is affecting the air quality here. the owen's fire started near point arena and burned 36 acres. it is 60% contained. air quality officials say smoke could impact the air across the bay area from the north bay to the peninsula. we are checking that fire danger. lisa: today, it is always a risk, but with the temperatures climbing through the delta and breezy onshore wind we have a nice afternoon on the way. the heat begins to take up the word -- tick upward tomorrow and we talked the warmest day of the week next. liz: also, advocating for an admissions system. the person asking the school system to extend the lottery policy.
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liz: welcome back. live look outside in the sun is starting to,. looking from the exploratorium camera. developing news out of southern california, san bernardino police looking for the suspects involved in a shooting that left one dead and eight hurt. shots rang out friday night in a big crowd that gathered for a party and the party was an un permitted special event.
there was an argument from two people inside the event that led to gunfire. several of the victims went to the hospital on their own. none of their injuries appear to be serious. happening today, you can turn in guns for cash in melfi does. multiple agencies are teaming up to host a firearms buyback starting at 9:00 this morning. they will accept various styles of firearms and they have $50,000 to go away on a first-come, first-served basis. no questions asked. it will be at the community center on east calaveras boulevard. the current lottery based admissions system at lowell high school could be extended,. the superintendent is expected to ask the school board on tuesday for the extension. if approved, the lottery will continue into the 2023 school year, the opposite of the long-standing merit based admissions process they implemented before.
the school board has devoted on a permanent process for the admissions policy. the current lottery system is only temporary. now to the war in ukraine. russia says ukrainian fighters have surrendered at a steel plant in mariupol. it was the final hold of the defenses in the russian occupied city. heavy fighting continues in eastern ukraine with a child among several injured. russian missiles hit a cultural center. russian news agencies report the country's transportation minister says western sanctions against russia have "practically broken all logistic orders used by the country for trade." back in the bay area, a travis air force base ukrainian breathing a sigh of relief. as tara campbell reports they are safely at home in vacaville. tara: this air force captain embracing her mother, jumping
into action s&s she agreed to flee from ukraine. >> i contacted several of my friends if they know of anybody who assists elderly and vulnerable populations to escape kyiv. tara: the ukrainian born american citizen is based out of travis air force base and worked tirelessly to get her mother here to her home in vacaville. >> i had almost two weeks of sleepless nights, extreme anxiety, i was running on adrenaline because i was living on ukrainian time in my brain was constantly working. tara: planning her mother's escape over two weeks. from one safe house to the next, luba leaving everything behind. >> my heirlooms, family albums, my job, my cat, everything. tara: the captain calling her husband her biggest support. >> i was thinking, what can i do did not get in the way and support her in whatever she
needs to do? tara: that meant traveling to poland to pick up luba, one of millions of ukrainians who have fled. >> i think it was seven buses until i found the one she was on. i grabbed her bags and gave her a hug. tara: luba is feeling lucky to be safe and free on this northern california property. >> at first, i cannot express how grateful i am to american people. tara: the captain crediting her air force background and bringing her mother to safety. >> just the mere fact that i am female, i am a captain, empowered me because i am a leader able to make decisions and not be afraid. tara: as for how long luba will stay. >> time will tell. tara: tara campbell, abc 7 news. liz: coming up, former chairman of the joint chiefs of staff mike mullen will talk about the
$40 billion aid package and finland and sweden joining nato. you can watch that interview on 8:00 this morning on abc 7. in the east bay, some of the most skilled utility workers put their ability to the test to see who is best. dozens took part in the lineman's rodeo at pg&e headquarters in livermore. competitors from utility agencies all over the state and beyond to hearted this event, which included paul climbing, companion rescue, and other skills. the top finishers will go on to compete in the international lineman's rodeo in october in kansas. in the south bay, santa clara county residents are reducing water pollution. the valley water district hosted the river cleanup day to ensure santa clara county's creeks and rivers are clean. trash that enters the waterways finds itself into the san francisco bay. one group of volunteers cleaned
up a popular hiking trail in san jose. >> i drive by blossom hill road. there is this beautiful open space and i want to do what i can for our local nature. liz: in all, more than 500 volunteers took part around the country, clearly thousands of pounds of trash out of the creeks. it was a great day to be outdoors in redwood city for a special event, the sequoia health care district help on the square. this community event brought together dozens of vendors offering information to support local health organizations. there were exercise classes and a drum circle. one of the key ss is bay area. >> what a great day. [and discernible] [in discernible]
♪ liz: that is dan ashley performing for his band. today the western conference finals shift to dallas. the warriors are hoping to take the lead over the mavericks. they are hosting a watch party outside chase center where fans can cheer on the warriors while the game is broadcast on the big screen. the party starts at 4:30 this afternoon. there will be live entertainment, photo ops, a kids zone and more. tipoff is at 6:00 p.m. in the warriors are hosting another watch party tuesday. the weather should be nice today as well. lisa: we have fog to start out inching into santa rosa. also, half moon bay, watsonville, but san francisco basically clear.
some warmer temperatures in the upper elevations where relative humidity is pretty low around mount tam, mount diablo. sunny start in santa clara where numbers are going to warm today. we should see mid 70's and we will be climbing through the 70's for low to mid 80's and the south bay. 54 san jose, 50 oakland, san francisco 45, and there is the roof camera. the sun up at 5:54. 44 santa rosa and petaluma. pretty cool with low 50's fairfield and in concord. air quality is moderate for oakland, san rafael. but overall looking at good air quality. the onshore flow with us today getting quite strong along the coastline through tomorrow. right now, temperatures are warmer than they were yesterday. two, quadra, five degrees warmer.
we will see the onshore flow not only today and tomorrow as it weakens in the days ahead. it will stay along the coast keeping temperatures comfortable. warm the next few days and we turn up the heat tuesday and wednesday, particularly inland. looking at the cool down by the end of the upcoming work week. the long weekend, memorial day next weekend. here is wind picking up by noon. 20, 30 miles per hour and they will continue up to 40 miles per hour. getting into some patchy fog from half moon bay, foggy right now, into your monday, pretty breezy. getting a little gusty along the coast but numbers inching up. despite the onshore flow the winds will shift around monday to a northerly component in the upper elevations. that means the dry conditions in the upper air from 1500 to 2003. 63 ocean beach, 70 stinson, but
look at the water temperature, 49 degrees. the persistent north west wind allowing for that and keeping temperatures cool. low 70's should feel good in santa cruz. tomorrow the 90's arrive inland. upper 70's around oakland. here is the hot day with near 100 in antioch, better than that in fairfield, napa 98. how about 80 at half moon and oakland? half moon bay should stay cool in the 60's both days although the sea breeze does back off into tuesday. highs today ranging from the mid 80's in concord to near 90 inland. 83 san jose, above average, 88 santa rosa, wine country in the mid-80's, and mid 70's for oakland with 68 san francisco. the accuweather 7 day forecast, the warming continues monday. the heat is on tuesday. hot inland on wednesday and as we cool off it should be pretty
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trident gum. the fresh chew to refresh your rhythm. liz: whit johnson joins us to tell us what is go coming up on good morning america. >> relief on the way for american families struggling from the nationwide baby formula shortage. hours from now the u.s. expecting 71,000 pounds of specialized formula. what the critical shipment will mean for babies who are medically vulnerable. dan new details on president biden's high-stakes trip to
south korea. his message to the country and south korea's new president amid the concerns of north korean provocations. the joint announcement from the u.s. and north korea coming up. with memorial day on the horizon and gas prices on the rise, advice on how to make your holiday travel plans less of a hassle before you get the roads. it is all head on gma. liz: this aaip heritage month recognized those in the community. dion lim was invited as a guest to the inaugural gold gala in l.a. and has a behind-the-scenes look. dion: welcome to downtown los angeles where this is not your ordinary awards show. instead of a red carpet this carpet is gold, for the gold house inaugural gold gala where we are celebrating asian americans and pacific islanders from all industries for their accomplishments in breaking the bamboo ceiling. ♪ we spoke to a number of
visionaries in politics, hollywood, tack and more. many from the bay area. they have the same message of gratitude and why this gala is important for aip representation. >> we have so many stories to share and tell but with our own voices. i am so happy to see all of this. this is a long time coming. >> seeing these talented people and they are storytellers and all creative and they are all contributing in their own way. we are loud and proud and we are here to stay. i hope you could to follow your dreams the way we were promised. dion: we all come from different threads, even our parents. india, asia, what matters is finding the roots of that and being able to express who we are whichever way we connected? . >> the first time i saw an asian-american face was on "star trek." i was like, a hero! i will always remember that feeling.
that is why i love my job because i get to deliver that same empowerment for kids across the globe. >> we have our seat at the table and companies like gold house and events like this keep us there. dion: what a remarkable day this has been. i am particularly excited to be here not only to be covering but because i was named a gold house recipient last year. i am tremendously proud to be here on behalf of the media and abc 7. dion lim, abc 7 news. liz: we hope you will join us this afternoon for a special asian-pacific presentation. we are shining a light on the 25 million asian-american, native hawaiian and other pacific islanders living in the u.s. and their positive impact on the communities, politics and pop culture. people in the community are often asked where are you from? but regardless of their name or what they look like, we are all americans. don't miss "our america" at 2:30
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view, 47 santa clara, half moon bay 45, upper 40's with the marine base santa cruz, 45 44 santa rosa, livermore upper 40's. despite those 40's it is more mild from oakland to half moon bay and even livermore with cooler conditions in novato. we go through 9:00, 10:00 at the temperatures climbed to the 60's, 70's, even 80's noontime. the winds will pick up at the shoreline 2 30 miles per0 hour. -- 20 to 30 miles per hour. low 80's in the south bay, mid 80's in the north bay and near 90 in the inland valley. we talk about comfortable nights, hot days and increased fire danger in a couple of minutes. liz: thanks. developing news, an up-and-coming bicyclist has been shot to death in austin, texas.
the suspect is on the run and what investigators characterize as a love triangle. maria wilson was killed last week by another female cyclist, caitlin armstrong. police say wilson had been in an relationship with armstrong's boyfriend. the boyfriend, also a cyclist, said he had been dating armstrong for about three years and the relationship with wilson happened during a break in the fall. a security guard who died in a mass shooting at the buffalo supermarket is being honored this weekend. he got a postfeminist degree and give indications -- post food 's posthumas degree. >> they asked if i wanted to do it and i said absolutely. they said, think about it. i am going to do it because it will make him happy. liz: he was killed when he
confronted the gunman at the tops supermarket last weekend. the american red cross is continuing relief efforts in michigan. apart a town. two were killed and dozens injured friday afternoon. the storm hit a mobile home park and moved through the business area, sending people running for cover as debris flew through the air. >> the roof started to shake. i turn around and the left side of the hobby lobby roof came off. >> there are no words to describe the little i was able to see. it is devastating. liz: the governor signed an emergency declaration for the entire county. the tornadoes on the ground 26 minutes. the first flights of baby formula from europe will arrive in indiana. karina mitchell reports.
karina: a military plane carrying tens of thousands of pounds of baby formula is expected today in indiana. the first under operation fly formula. tom vilsack will be on hand when the shipment arrives. >> we moved a lot of the vaccine from operation warp speed. this is a new one for us but we are here to help. you can depend on us and when you need us, we are there for you. karina: all of it is specialized for babies allergic to proteins in cow's milk. a hypoallergenic formula is expected to be flown out in the coming days. many parents are growing desperate. kim has not been able to find formula for her five-month-old daughter. now she is having to transition her to baby food a month early. >> it has been really difficult for us to navigate now that we are on the last can. karina: nationwide data shows
45% of baby formula has run out. president joe biden signed a bill on saturday making it easier for recipients of the wic program to buy baby formula. the president is also invoking the defense production act after supply chain issues and a voluntary main formula triggered the shortages. the ceo in a washington post op-ed rights, "we are sorry to every family we have let down." he expects the facility will restart by the first week in june. karina mitchell, abc 7 news. liz: a multistate salmonella outbreak has led to the recall of some jif peanut butter products. the cases traced to a plant in kentucky operated by the jm smucker company. the graduating class of 2022 can
get a free krispy kreme doughnut. you can go into any store if you are wearing your robes. it is for one day only wednesday, may 25. for all of you seniors, graphic cap and down or letterman jacket and make your way to krispy kreme on wednesday. tonight is the season finale of "american idol." huntergirl made it to the end of the competition. but only one will win the top prize. piers morgan norwood. >> ♪ baby if you love it ♪ ♪ morgan: the way is finally over. as the season comes to an end and a new superstar is born. after a dramatic season full of twist and turns huntergirl -- >> she used showmanship, costume, lights.
morgan: leah marlene. >> do not try to do no acrobatics. she has got the shine. karina: and noah thompson. >> he can do no wrong. morgan: sing their hearts out to win america's vote and land the coveted spot in the final contest. >> when you get people to vote there is always going to be one group devotes more than the other. as far as talent, amazing people. morgan: after surviving every round of competition the long road coming to an end. the finalists hoping their journey lands in top spot of american idol. >> you definitely seeing a popular song that people have a lot of feelings for. people can connect to in a large way. >> it is crazy but i think i have this one in the pocket. >> it is a celebration for all of us. just do the things we love to do the most. morgan: the live finale will
include songs from the judges as well as performances from carrie underwood, earth, wind and fire and more. morgan norwood, abc 7 news. liz: you can watch the finale tonight right here on abc 7. tune in at 5:00 p.m. and if that is too early, we will aerate again at 8:00 p.m. still ahead, you heard that yoga can benefit your body but let's get more specific. yoga for your eyes. the pandemic has made it more popular. and here is a live look outside. still hazy. 6:37 right now. looking at the bay bridge. we will check in with lisa when we come back. ♪ i'm mark and i live in vero beach, florida. my wife and i have three children. ruthann and i like to hike. we eat healthy. we exercise. i noticed i wasn't as sharp as i used to be. my wife introduced me to prevagen and so i said "yeah, i'll try it out." i noticed that i felt sharper,
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celebrate their love for animals. it draws nearly 1000 people for a day of live music, dancing, food and activities. this is the most attended event of the year and all proceeds benefit the animals of the shelter. this event runs from noon until 5:00 p.m.. today is your last chance to check out the best food and wine the north bay has to offer at the first ever experience. it showcases the region's farmers, growers and celebrity chefs. there is wine tasting and seminar discussions, barbecues, demonstrations and a country music concert. events are being held at various restaurants and wineries in healdsburg. part of this will go to the great growers foundation and future farmers of america. really nice day for that today. lisa: getting warm into the 80's. it has been above average but we have kept our sea breeze and it will be confined to the shoreline. temperatures comfortable here
liz: welcome back. live look at the san francisco skyline. the san francisco giants and east bay city are teaming up to give kids a space to play ball and pay to be to a legend. they honored willie mays at nichols park by enshrining him on the walk of honor. the city also renamed the three baseball fields willie mays junior giants field. he is the first to receive this honor. he did not attend the event, but the honor nearly brought his son to tears. >> i know he identifies with the
people here. what he would say is dream big, stay strong. and he has got your back. [applause] liz: the community fund paid for the ballpark renovation. the restored fields have brand-new grass, basis, pitching mound and a willie mays banner. the giants are going to try to avoid being swept at home by the padres. first pitch is 105 time at oracle park. they will take on the angels in anaheim at 1:07. the warriors will try to take the lead over the mavericks tonight. the tipoff is at 7:00 p.m. but one of the all-stars is listed as questionable for the game. here is a sports anchor chris albert with the details. chris: andrew wiggins has been the primary defender on the team. officially ruled questionable tonight in dallas as they look
to take the lead. he scored 16 with five rebounds and five assists during game two. but tweet his ankle on this drive. he was able to play through it and the coach did not seem overly concerned about the injury. >> i expect him to play. it is standard procedure if someone gets injured, you have to report it. technically he is questionable but we expect him to play. to be honest, i did not know he was hurt until ray told me he was questionable. generally you have to win the road games to win the series. that is the way it works. for us that is been a good formula. we have won road games in 25 straight series over the years. we are confident in our ability to win on the road, but we know it is going to be a big challenge. chris: the giants and padres saturday afternoon. big hats a must.
winning run in the 10th on friday. 425 to left-center, 1-0. bottom of the eighth they were down 2-0. the giants are down just 2-1 now. winning run of the plate and the giants will lose 2-1. a's fans having fun in anaheim picking up the second inning. backup the middle, watch out. recovers and makes the play but that baseball going right off his pinky. matas will have to leave again. here comes the rally. jed lowrie, into the corner. sheldon neuse scores. oakland scored three runs. top of the ninth down 5-3. the umpire ruled it a swing and
strike three. trying to get out of the way. not a swing but the manager argues to no avail. the series wraps up later today. ststanford and alabama leadoff. fst run on this ground ball. going to play a little pickle and win. cardinals score three the first to take the lead. on the mat it was alana. two hits allowed in striking out. the cardinal and alabama regional win streak, bama had not lost since 2007. stanford will play later on sunday. that is your sports. back to you. liz: let's get a check of the forecast. we are bracing for a heat wave. lisa: especially inland where temperatures are well into the 90's. bayshore climbing through the 80's, the coast really nice. live doppler 7, high-pressure offshore inching closer to the
golden state and that will allow for the warm up. not totally disappear. we will have that onshore flow right at the shoreline. sunny view of the city where it is 50 degrees, 50 oakland, 51 mountain view, 54 san jose, half moon bay with a little bit of patchy fog. you can see the low-lying deck of clouds allowing for moderate air quality with mid 40's santa rosa, low 50's concord, 48 livermore. little cool and as we look at the air quality from oakland to san francisco, down through san jose, it is on the moderate side. going through the next several days it is good today and by monday inland and the south bay turning moderate. that will follow suit for the north bay on tuesday when temperatures really crank up at the sea breeze backs off. always that onshore flow allowing for well mixed air but
it will not reach far away from the coast. mild and warm the next two days especially inland. looking at summer heat temperatures tuesday and wednesday but we cool off through the 60's and 50's. the heat risk is not too high. as the winds back off always the risk of higher fire danger and as we cool down it will be dramatic cooling by the end of the workweek. the next seven days featuring the temperatures climbing through the upper 70's inland and east bay with 90. near 100 on tuesday. by the end of the week temperatures will be dropping 10 or 15 degrees. today mid 80's down through morgan hill, 84 los gatos, 80 sunnyvale. the peninsula has the sea breeze, mid to upper 70's from san mateo to palo alto and redwood city. allowing for a nice afternoon. 63 daly city with upper 60's
downtown. here is where it gets warm. it has been warm in wine country but coming up, a few more degrees from 88 santa rosa to low to mid 80's around sonoma and napa, 75 oakland, near-perfect, 77 union city and richmond. el cerrito in the mid-70's and inland we have the 80's arriving with upper 80's yesterday. near 90 by the delta, same today. places like pleasant hill and the san ramon valley will feel warm in the mid 80's but not too bad. the accuweather 7 day forecast, warming continues into monday with 80 along the bayshore, low 90's inland, and another 5 to 7 , 8 degrees come tuesday. still warm on wednesday and by thursday and friday we have got a cooling sea breeze. temperatures around average. it should be pretty nice as we head into memorial day. liz: thank you.
you already know yoga can help ease stress. with more people working from home luz pena spoke to a yoga instructor is as many are practicing eye yoga. luz: recent reports found americans spend five to seven hours looking at a screen. during the pandemic those doubled for many. one of them is eliza. she spends about 10 hours a day in front of a computer at her eyes are reflecting that. >> in your eyesight is so good, you can tell when it starts to get bad. luz: her whole life she had 2020 vision. but her optometrist noticed a change. >> i need to start wearing glasses to protect my eyes from getting worse. luz: that is where mark comes in. he is a yoga instructor and owner of the studio in san francisco. he pivoted from teaching in person to online and now is implementing eye yoga to the
beginning of many classes. >it is ironic you are teaching eye yoga via zoom. >> it so happens the pandemic has given a lot of us teachers this inspiration to transfer what we normally did in the studio. luz: we ask him to show us the technique that many, like eliza, are implementing. >> we come to an upright position without being step. the eyes will go toward the ceiling and without straining circle the eyes to the right, and down, and keep moving around the peripheral edge of your vision. if you notice the eye skipping or jumping, go slowly the next time around. it is not about speed. and then we go the other direction. luz: but does this actually work? >> any activity that can help reduce strain is helpful for the muscles. luz: this doctor says
exercises like this are important. another simple technique -- >> every 20 minutes the patient would look 20 feet away for 20 seconds. luz: this is recommended for one to three minutes a day. >> and open. you did great. luz: amazing. luz pena, abc 7 news. liz: next, the day to honor one of san francisco's longtime icons. how you can celebrate harvey milk, the mayor of the castro district. ♪
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third streets. today is harvey milk day. multiple clubs and organizations will celebrate the life of the mayor of the castro. he would have been 92 years old today. a special screening of "the times of harvey milk" will be at the castro theater. other activities kickoff at noon. a block party is being held to celebrate the day and milk's achievement for the lgbtq community. in recognition, san francisco city hall will be lit up in rainbow colors starting tonight. lisa, let's get one final check of the forecast. lisa: pretty picture. the golden gate bridge just a little bit of fog and the wind is blowing slightly. as we look at the forecast highlights it is warming up inland the next couple of days. we are going to turn up the heat tuesday into wednesday, but it is going to cool down late in the week. highs today from the upper 60's breezy coast with upper 50's. you have fog now half moon bay. mid 80's conquered, upper 80's
santa rosa, 83 in the south bay, upper 70's at the peninsula. while we are warm inland today it is going to get hot as we get into monday. tuesday the warmest day, near 100 degrees inland, upper 80's redwood city to fremont. at the coast we will be warming up through the upper 60's but still a sea breeze. high fire danger through wednesday and by thursday and friday breezy onshore winds will cool us off near average conditions as we get set for the memorial day weekend. liz: thank you and thank you for joining us on abc 7. i am liz kreutz along with lisa argen. abc 7 news continues at 9:00 a.m. good morning america is next. have a great day. ♪
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