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>> abc7 news starts right now with breaking news. >> fire crews respond to for overnight after heavy smoke pours from the wreckage of asiana flight 214. here is a look at the scene right now with the fire out with a slow movement that is the fuselage, the main portion of the wreckage is being toed away by crews as work continued to re-open runway this week. thanks for joining us at 6:00. >> first up is the weather forecast. >> it is dry this morning, not so much drizzle but, still, a lot of low cloud cover. the day planner the next 12 hours is dry and mid-50's headed through 7:00 hour and in the mid-to-upper 60's under partly sunny conditions by the time we get to noon and almost total sunshine by 4:00 with
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temperatures below average and low-to-mid 70's and grab a light jacket in the low 60's. inland, fewer clouds especially in the east bay valley with the northbound cloudy and low-to-mid 50's and mild headed out to lunch at 72 and sunny and sunny and below average and 82 in the afternoon to 74, with for real weather worries during the evening for the friday festivities. at the coast, the day planner shows a lot of cloud cover, limited sunshine to partly sunny this afternoon and we will hand out in the mid-to-upper 50's. enjoy. >> traffic is slowing through the sunol grade traveling along southbound 680 because of the trash at 84, and now we down to 40 miles per hour, but the heavy backups show bumper-to-bumper traffic and some are saying it is at standstill at sunol boulevard. on the peninsula we have a report of a big rig that is either a flat tire or blocking one lane at 92 and the rest of the drive, though, across the making making -- san mateo from
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hayward to foster city is slow. from san jose, we can see 87 at the off-ramp with a few extra cars but, still, accident free. >> we have break news from for overnight firefighters responded to the wreckage of asiana flight 214 after a fire there. amy? >> look what is happening now, the fuselage is on the move, they are making problem after sitting there for a week. we have exclusive video shot overnight by abc7 news photographer with smoke bursting from the wreckage at 3:30 this only. crews rushed in, they sprayed it and knocked it down quickly and it was eerie to see the smoke here again. authorities say they knew it was going to be a tricky separation
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but they did not know what to expect saying there could be hazardous material sitting under the wreckage or it could spill out as they lifted it. they were worried the pieces would break apart as they started to move them. we did see debris spilling from one piece as they lifted it up with a sling. it has been quite an operation. they are working around the clock, they worked through the night be they pushed on even after the surprise fire because they say they want to get this runway re-opened by sunday. they say each day they are having to cancel 10 percent of their flights because they are down a runway. >> well look now as an animation provided to abc7 news showing how far off the plane was to the three-degree glide slope. we will continue to try and get you that video.
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the story will be continued on abc7 news. we will get now to the six flight attendant story. >> they are back home in south korea this morning where they are being hails as heroes. many got their composure -- rather, lost their composure when they landed at seoul after a draining 12 hour flight. the cabin manager described conflicting emotions. >> i have kids at home. i wanted to come to korea so much. i am hear we are here. my heart breaks thing of colleagues and patients at the hospital. >> seven flight attendants were injured and the others evacuated 300 including one who carries a passenger on her back. five flight attendants are still hospitalized and one was released on wednesday night. >> i have e-mails from people wanting to help. go to to find out more of a blood drive being
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hosted on monday to help the passengers and crewed injured in the crash and remennish the bay area blood supply at use . >> stay with abc7 news if continuing coverage of the crash at sfo. you can keep on top of the developments by downloading the new smart phone app with breaking news as it happens at >> in oakland police will update us in an hour on the amber alert for a missing girl. our reporter joins us from oakland police headquarters. katie marzullo? >> we have new information happening overnight, we understand from a source that the girl's mother is here at the oakland police department being questioned by the miss. right now. we have information on her father, john webb, who is still
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in jail being held on $100,000 bail and could be arraigned this afternoon on child endangerment charges. the search continues for the 21-month-old girl. she was taken from the s.u.v. according to the dad when he went in a store on wednesday morning. police and the f.b.i. have been looking for the gill since then, yesterday passing out flyers with her picture on them near the store. a marine unit and an underwater robot have been searching the water near the oakland airport where the daughter and father were known to frequent. the oakland police department is bringing in the use of a helicopter. they will fly over the waterways as the tide recedes. the reason the oakland police arrested the girl's father is they say the fact that he left the young girl alone with his
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mother inside a car in that area is child endangerment. oakland police department have scheduled a news conference for 7:00 this morning, and wean to stream that for you on our website at >> as katie mentioned, there will be a news conference at 7:00 a.m. this morning and you can watch it live at >> right now investigators want witnesses to come forward after marin county sheriff deputy shot a drive during a traffic stop. the shooting took place in marin city on sunday evening, and the deputy says he opened fire because the driver tried to ram him with a car and remains in jail after being released from the hospital, the novato police department is overseeing the investigation and they want to talk to anyone would has video or may have seen the shooting. >> happening today the movie based on the fatal shooting of oscar grant opens in theaters in
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limited release showing the last 24 hours of his life leading up to the 2009 shooting by former park police officer. the police chief saw the premiere and sat down with the filmmaker and oakland native. he says the goal was not to re-open wounds but to let people know there was more to oscar grant. >> anything that he could do, anything that we could do to help in that healing process, for the family, and the bay area, we owe it to the grant family and ourselves to learn from what happened so we can move forward and prevent something like that from happening again. >> the chief says that the department has taken huge steps to change since 2009 including increasing officer training and accountability. >> san francisco police believe they found a man who has been vandalizing trees in golden gate park on wednesday after they say he was damaging trees in the
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when end of the mark. this is after a recent train of people snapping off the tops of newly planted trees. they do not know if he is responsible for the randallism. the recreation and park department says he has a history of harassing the gardeners who work in the park. >> we will check with mike nicco to see if we get a warm-up. >> little bit of a warming trend this week, good morning, everyone, alum rock is the cool spot at 49. 60 at los gatos, and everything else in the mid-to-upper 50's with san jose at 53 to 55 in campbell and safer coast guard and -- campbell and saratoga. novato is a cool spot and headed into san francisco, richland, 55, and same in san carlos and
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66 in oakland, and 77 in san jose, and seven degrees cooler-than-average in redwood city and ten degrees cooler in average and 72. now a check the traffic. >> we have another report of an overturned vehicle that could impact your commute if you are traveling into sausalito in the southbound direction as you make the drive into san francisco. this is approximately near ridge boulevard as you come into sausalito, this is where we have one lane blocked because of an overturned vehicle, a solo crash and looking at green conditions. it could change. we are tracking this accident, also involving a so low overturned vehicle, southbound 680 at highway 84 and we down to 40 miles per hour, bumper to bumper away from sunol. hazy conditions right new and more traffic is building use make the drive in the westbound direction from hayward into foster city. >> 6:10. accused n.s.a. leaker edward snowden remains in russia this
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morning where he is headed next, that is anyone's guest. the critical meeting helping today. >> do you want to upgrade to a new ipad? the trading program happening this weekend that could make it happen. but first another look at the fire that break out in the wreckage of asiana flight 214.
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you covering daly city, dublin, los gatos, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> good morning, at 6:13, a look at the bay as seen from the roof
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top camera with the low clouds. we will check with mike oats mike -- check with our meteorologist mike nicco on the clouds. >> closing arguments wrap up in the george zimmerman. after closing arguments the jury could then begin deliberations. the prosecution argued yesterday that george zimmerman shot and killed 17-year-old trayvon martin because of "bad assumptions." the defense is expected to say that george zimmerman feared for his life. the jury could convict george zimmerman of murder or a lesser charge of manslaughter. >> happening today in russia accused n.s.a. leaker edward snowden will meet with amnesty international the human rights organization confirming the meeting to the associated press but it will not say exactly where the meeting will take place. snowden is believed in the transit zone of the moscow airport. several latin american nations have offered asylum including
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nicaragua, venezuela and bolivia. half a year since newtown, connecticut is site of a school shooting there are problems over the money that is donated. families have met about the $7 million earmarked to the families of the 26 victims and 12 children but there is disagreement about the other $4 million slated to go to the community. >> fallout this morning for embattled southern cooking star paula deen who has replaced her lead leg team and hired new council after the development where she cut ties with her long-time agent. this is all in response to her admission that she has used racial slurs in the past which led to food network to drop her the she lost self endorsement deals. >> a major retailer wants your old ipad and will shell out $200 for it. the promotion runs today and tomorrow at best my the you can get $200 best buy gift card if
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trading in a working ipad 2 or third generation ipad. best buy will only accept trade ins at a retail store location and plans to recycle all of the used tablets following their successful iphone trade in last month. >> reminds me of kids saying, can i get the ipad three and i am like, there isn't a 3 out. but i want it. waiting for the sunshine? >> like yesterday. at noon with will mostly see the sunshine but longer at the coast. good morning, everyone, it could be july but the june gloom is waiting for you on live doppler 7 hd as we put the satellite on their, but, notice, drizzle, we do not is so much this morning as yesterday morning so the air is more dry and the winds will kick up this afternoon at 1:00 o'clock to 9:00, with west wind on san francisco and through the delta communities around 15- to 25nots.
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if you are kicking off early and taking the boat out it will be harder to get around. sunshine at walnut creek, and the east bay valley, they will have the cloud cover nearly not so much as the rest of us. this weekend we will have clouds in the morning and sunny in the afternoon and the sunshine will be here an hour quicker leading to a minimal warming trend away the coast with temperatures below average and low 80's at gilroy and elsewhere. senator that cruz -- santa cruz. 60 at half moon bay with partly sunny conditions and more clouds at pacifica and 58 and the sun will set at 59, and downtown and south san francisco, more sunshine, and mostly sunny at 62 to 64 and sunshine in sausalito at 66 and san rafael, 70, and nice afternoon in the north bay valley at hid to upper 70's and
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toward your beaches, mid, or upper 50's to low 60's and mid-60's throughout the east bay shore especially the closer you are to berkeley and albany and that area where the breeze tends to keep cooler than everyone else and union city and fremont and castro valley, around 70. we will have temperatures in the low-to-mid steptoes for the east bay valley and concord and san ramon at 82. now, the game, premium game, you have to pay more to pay the red sox pay the a's, with first pitch at 7:00, and 65 under sun and dropping down to the stars and chilly 58 by end of the game. the seven-day forecast shows minimal warming at one or two degrees possible away from the coast, and we will drop a little bit on monday and. what up on tuesday, wednesday, and thursday, and a steady forecast. how is the commute? >> good morning, we have another we overturned vehicle along 101 in the southbound direction as you head into sausalito, right
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at bridge boulevard. it involves one car that is blocking two lanes at this hour so you might see some slow downs as you make the drive from san rafael and toward san francisco. so, again, 101 freeway, we do have two lanes blocked at bridge boulevard. our waze app shows this crash which is another overturned vehicle along the sue thole grade -- sunol grade it is cleared. there was a major accident an everdowned vehicle that is cleared. we are still down to 14 miles per hour and you can always track your traffic with the abc7 news exclusive waze app at apple app and google play. right now the metering lights are on the toll lazy and it is busy from emeryville to san francisco at ten minutes. >> happening today, the first national blood drive for gay men is a protest of a 1977 federal ban on blood donation from gay and bisexual men.
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today 52 cities are encouraging mobile vans will test you for h.i.v. and those with clean tests will take their paperwork inside to try to donate after they get turned away protesters land to send their h.i.v. test results to the f.d.a. to prove mayor blood was clean. the bay area doesn't have any cities taking part. los angeles is the closest. >> hybrids offering savings at the pump but do you really get the posted results of miles per gallon? a dad of a girl killed on asiana flight 214 reveals what is adding to his anguish. >> first, another picture of sfo of the fuselage of asiana flight 214 moved beyond this hour and to the tank farm off to the left. my asthma's under control. i get out a lot... except when it's too cold. like the last three weekends.
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>> how many miles to the gallon are you really getting with the hybrids in "consumer reports" partnered with 7 on your side to find out. here is michael finney. >> good morning, everyone, those who care the most about great gas mileage could be disapinned to learn what "consumer reports" have uncovered showing that hybrids, the most fuel efficient
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cars are all too often coming up short. >> when you are shopping for a new car the window sticker says how many mile as gallon you can expect and they are an estimate based on tests developed by the environmental protection agency. >> when "consumer reports" ran its own tests on 315 vehicles, the results for many hybrids were surprising. >> hybrids are very fuel efficient but many we tested got far fewer miles than the window sticker claimed. >> for example, the ford hybrid here the epa says it gets 47 miles per hour overall. in "consumer reports" test it was 37 miles per gallon overall. still good, but 21 percent less than the epa estimate. >> we think the problem is the epa ratings are based on outdated tests that do not reflect real world driving conditions. >> take a highway driving, one test the epa
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machine testing cars at speeds averaging of 48 miles per hour but a lot of stop-and-go. >> hybrids do well in that operating in electric mode without using gas. >> but "consumer reports" tests at a steady 65 miles per hour, and deck in additions install a fuel meter to measure the gas burned. >> hybrids are constantly running the engine so they bun more gas than in the epa test. >> "consumer reports" has discussed the findings with the epa and the agency says it is considering updating the tests. >> ford says there are a range of cures reinforcing the fact that driving style, driving conditions and other factors can cause mileage to vary. >> we will continue to follow breaking news from sfo.
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>> smoke pours from the message and we are live with the response from firefighters. i am in oakland where we are 30 minutes away from an update from the oakland police department about the missing 21-month-old girl, daphne viola webb. we tell you what we learned about her parents overnight. >> we are looking at sunshine in san jose but not everyone is cloudy this morning and off to a dry start with a warming trend for the weekend plans. >> leyla gulen with the traffic center and the bay bridge metering lights are on this morning late because it is mostly friday lite but an overturned vehicle in marin county.
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>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> at 6:29, thanks for joining us this morning, we are looking at a picture of oakland, and a gorgeous shot with low clouds, and that is what we are waking up to. i am kristen sze. >> we have low clouds from mike. >> thank you very much. i will give you the live doppler 7 hd showing it is dry. we have not heard reports of
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drizzle like yesterday but it will take until about noon to get total sunshine inland. it is dry around the bay this morning at 55 degrees and the next 12 hours will be sunshine and noon and 66 and 72 and in the low 70's in the afternoon and grab a light coat for the evening, and do not wore about the wet weather in the low 60's. inland the clouds are in the north bay and mid-50's there, and we will have sunshine and mild temperatures headed out to the outdoor cafe with lunch and at 72 warmth. 82 by 4:00, and temperatures are below average at 74 in the evening. at the coast we have clouds and mid-50's, and we will continue out in the upper 50's to near 60 in the afternoon hours, with limited sunshine. enjoy. leyla gulen? >> we have slow conditions from mill valley because of this accident, southbound 101, at bridge boulevard involving one vehicle that overturned blocking two lanes. we have bumper-to-bumper traffic in the southbound direction so give yourself a few extra
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minutes headed out much the crash cleared southbound 680 at highway 84, also involving an overturned vehicle that was blocking a lane and that has cleared but we are left with 22 miles per hour and tons of backup in the southbound direction. as we go outside, at look at maze at a quick drive through berkeley to 580 and breaking news we have been covering, a fire broke out at the site of the wreckage of asiana flight 214 this morning as crews worked to remove what is left of the plane. we have the latest at the airport. >> right to our exclusive video, look at the smoke that came gushing out of the wreckage site at 3:30 this morning, and how much they suddenly had to deal with. it was quite a surprise. fire crews rushed in and got it out quickly. authorities were not sure what to expect with the process and
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were worried there would be other hazardous material under the wreckage and does not know what they would encounter but were faced with fire in the middle of night. they have pushed through and they have made progress. look at this video hauling arm the fuselage this morning. they were lifting huge pieces using slings and cranes to get them up and out of here. we saw pieces breaking apart and debris spilling out and it has been quite an experience for them, a salvage process they have had to deal with. they worked through the night and around the clock because they know they need to get the runway open as soon as possible. they have to repair the landing equipment that was damaged on the runway from the crash and hoping to get this done by sunday because each day it is
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closed they are having to close 10 percent of the flight. the runway is not cleared but close to being cleared with an update from the airport spokesman later this morning. reporting from burlingame for abc7 news. >> congresswoman nancy pelosi and jackie pier were returning from washington, dc and decided to sigh the wreckage firsthand. both wanted to thank first responders, the airport and the city and paid tribute to the mayor, san francisco fire chief and ntsb chairwoman and saying seeing the the wreckage was jarring. >> to think that 302 passengers got out with all that destruction and the staff and the flight is, really, a miracle. >> for her part, pelosi wants do find out what lawmakers can do
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in cooperation with federal and local authorities to make sure something like this doesn't happen again in the future. >> the father of one of the girls killed in the crash is distraught because he still hasn't seen his daughter's body. the parents came from china to bring their daughter's body home. her fore said i know everyone is doing this for my child but my daughter is my flesh and blood, how can i let her lie in the freezer by her lonesome. the newspaper say the reason the parents went to the runway is because they could not see the bodies yet and they wanted to see where their daughters were last alive. the ntsb agreed to the request. we will have continued coverage on "good morning america" at 7:00. we have the ongoing amber alert for a missing oakland toddler
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whose father is in jail. police are scheduled to give us an update in 30 minutes where we fine abc7 news reporter katie marzullo. >> we foe right now the girl's father, john webb is in jail, being held on $100,000 bond for the circumstances that led to his daughter, daphne viola webb, disappearing. we have the booking photo. he said his daughter was taken from his s.u.v. after he left her inside the vehicle with his mother who suffers from dementia. he hopped in a store for a few moments which is at 79th and international boulevard, one of three areas police have been searching since the dill was reported on wednesday. yesterday they passed out flyers with the girl's picture son them. authorities are also searching
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the waterway near the airport where the pair and daughter were known to frequent. police and the f.b.i. use a unit, a boat, an underwater robot and a helicopter to seven the shoreline during low tide. at the oakland police department a source says that the girl's more -- mother was brought here and questioned inside as of last night. >> thank you, katie. there will be a news conference at 7:00 a.m. and you can watch that news conference here at and if you are headed out the door we will stream it on the mobile device with our new abc7 news app. >> a carjacking suspect landed in the hospital after a chase through the streets of oakland helped with a car wreck. the suspect's vehicle flipped and when the chase chase ended. it began earlier on 73rd avenue and firefighters freed the suspect from the overturned
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vehicle and the police made the arrest. a san jose police officer assigned to the sexual assault investigation unit is accused of a sex crime himself. the 33-year-old seen here in a 2005 abc7 news interview has been charged with two physical anies after police say he was involved with a is-year-old girl online. for example are is -- fregger is accused of possessing sexually explicit girls -- pictures of the girl. >> growing homicide week and now a possible walk out because of officers leading to new trouble in the big of the city of the bay area. >> bacon lovers in san francisco can find out if their favorite restaurant can re-open. >> look outside, we have clouds, gray sky, over coit tower if san francisco. we will have weather and traffic next at abc7
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>> we are back at 6:40. here is coit tower and 2 hour and 29 flight arrival delays in for and oakland and san jose are on time. temperatures today are four to ten degrees cooler than average, and showers to the south, possible record again in los angeles with .04" year, a record
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rainfall and 89 in sacramento and mostly cloudy in monterey and 64 and in tahoe it is close to average with a last sunshine, and 40's in the morning and 80 in the afternoon and headed down to los angeles enjoy the temperatures around 80 with morning clouds giving way to afternoon sunshine. >> and a sig-alert at c.h.p., a terrible crash on 101 in the southbound direction through marin county at bridge boulevard with an overfunded vehicle. the speeds are down to 23 miles per hour with heavy delays away from 131 so as you drive from mill valley it will be slow. 680 southbound slide is slow from dublin to sunol grade involving an overturned vehicle. eastbound 580 at live more, we have an accident, the car went across all lanes but now is on the shoulder. >> bacon lovers, the cure is
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back. you can pig out if san francisco with the planning commission siding with the bacon bacon restaurant in a battle over a location that is hugely popular that was forced to shut down the frederick street location after neighbors complained about the noise and the strong smoky bacon smell. the commission says the restaurant can re-open when owner installed air filtration system. >> royal watchers, they have their eye on the london hospital this morning, the latest on the baby watch is next. >> trading is underway on wall street and the dow is up slightly, less than five points. we go to jane king at the new york stock exchange ahead. >> san jose police department could be facing a revolt inside its own ranks. we
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>> covering san ramon, san mateo, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> good morning, everyone, at 6:45, a look at sfo, not too long ago the wreckage of asiana flight 214 was move today a hangar where further investigation will take place by investigators looking into the crash. we have more coming up. >> today, families can receive free back-to-school supplies in san jose for low income families they still need donations to
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provide backpacks filled with school supplies. last year they distributed 2,300 backpacks and plan to give away even more this year. the give away takes place next month and the give away started 11 years ago when sacred heart provided backpacks to 150 students. an arbitration judge sided with city officials in san jose and decided against giving officers a restoring of their way. the union wanted to restore cuts made in 2011 when officers took a 10 percent salary cut to minimize the layoffs. the union says the department should expect a mass exodus. >> negotiator for bart and the unions will meet for the first time since a five-day strike ended a week ago. both sides agree to extend the existing contract for a mile while though negotiate. workers voiced grovances at the board yesterday and pushed for a fair contract. the board was told if
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negotiations do not prove according to the union "we will be prepared for the bloodest and longest strike sin the 1970's," when there was a three-month bart strike. >> the new toyota received a "poor" rating given by the insurance institute for highway safety getting "poor" in the front small overlap test the worst possible store it could get which zip lates hitting a tree or a poll at 40 miles per hour. the good news is it did receive the highest rating of "good" in four other crash test types and earned a top taste pick designation. the other results were released in may. >> the royal baby watch is hitting a frenzy this morning. in london the of fromers -- the frenchers -- the photographers are camped out where princess di
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gave birth to prince well. the first child, by or girl, under new law, will be an hir to the lone and third in line. prince william says there are plans to play polo100 miles away this weekend. >> ladies, your lululemon pants could still be too shear. don't blame the company. >> "consumer reports" says you should be careful about apple juice and jane king is at the new york stock exchange. jane? >> good morning, "consumer reports" praying the f.d.a. for the decision to regulate the amount of arsonic in apple jews and will not promote more than in drinking water and says that it recommended the parents moderate juice consumption. big banks making some big progress in changing their image for everyone behalves. this year on the top ten most improved companies for the first half of the year, golden sacs
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and j.p. morgan chase and morgan danly are poorly perceived. ups has cut the profit forecast because of a slowing economy but the markets show the s&p 500 hitting a record high yesterday and, today, we are up but we will call this a breather day, and the silicon valley index is trading higher, as well. more possible problems for lululemon saying customers could still be wearing see-through crow good pants because they buy sizes too small. they made big changes since it recalled the pants in march that were see through and the problem is isolated to those would bought on-line and did not have the by of an instore fitting
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session. the company has been telling the company the clothes could become more see through when they set. you a it is friday so i will leave that alone. >> if you paid $100 for a pair of yoga pants you do not want them to be see through. >> can you see through the forecast, mike? >> scary. >> i have not seen any of those at the jim not -- at the gym not that i was can see cloud cover shows flight arrival delays have been gun -- begun. yesterday, this was drizzle was less previous vaunt and wins are the big factor from 1:00 o'clock to 9:00 and not so calm as year.
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15- to 25-knots, and san francisco and san pablo and through the delta communities. the clouds are causing the delays. in the forecast, low sunshine today. around noon, again. this week, it will be gray in the morning and sunny in the afternoon and each day, an hour sooner we get the sunshine so it will be slight warming. 77 in san jose. 75 in cupertino and 80's around los gatos and at the boardwalk, 72, under partly cloudy sky and low 70's for the peninsula and mid-to-upper 60's around millbrae and cooler there because of your proximity to san bruno gap. low-to-mid 60's downtown and south san francisco and sausalito and san rafael, 70 but we jump into the mid-and-upper 70's through the north bay valley and at the beaches, partly sunny and around 60 and 70's around hercules, castro valley and union city and fremont and closer you are to the bay, the mid-to-upper 60's
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with berkeley the cool spot at 65 and below average with free air conditioning in the east bay valley. 62 at concord. 64 at pittsburg. tonight, red sox, all the way over to join the a's and they are hot at 65 degrees, with sun and dropping to 58. at the game, it is a premium game so it will cost you a little bit more money. tonight, the temperatures show cloud cover and low-to-mid 50's in the south bay and a lack of drizzle except the coast. the seven-day forecast shows one or two degrees warmer each day with a little bit of sunshine. monday, we pull back the temperatures and we return to average tuesday, wednesday, and thursday and a steady forecast. leyla gulen is shaking her head. >> i thank our twitter follower, job, go this photograph. in is 101 near bridge boulevard
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the accident i was telling you about involving an overturned vehicle that was a white pickup truck blocking two lanes. on the map right now i can show you what the damage is, all lanes have cleared right now and we are seeing some of the traffic dissipate but we are still seeing backup away from highway 131 so busy conditions that should recover shortly. this is a look at walnut creek as you take the drive away from highway 4 to the 24 junction we are 9 minutes and not too much traffic. the further you get down 680 that is where it gets busy at the sunol grade. >> ahead, seven things to know before you
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>> here are seven things to know before you go, number one, the
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wreckage of asiana flight 214 has been moved now from alongside the runway and now is headed into a hangar at sfo, and the runway will re-open sunday after repairs, and the investigation is still months from being finished. >> two, a story you saw first here, a fire broke out at sfo this morning as crews tried to clear the wreckage, smoke could be seen pouring from a bin next to the body of the plane and we are working to find out what caught fire. >> three, we are a few minutes away from a news conference by oakland police in the search for missing toddler the subject of an amber alert. the search for the girl resumes this morning in oakland and her father is expected in court today accused child endangerment. >> bart and the union representing the workers could resume face-to-face negotiations today with the first bargaining session since the strike help the last week when both sides agreed to citizen the contract that expired last month until august 4. five, gas prices are expected to surge by at least 15 cents a gallon over the next couple of weeks and analysts blame the
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hike on the highest demand of the year, higher crude oil and the unrest in egypt. >> six, you are headed out the east bay valley and temperatures are running in the 50's and it is clear and you can can see 50's everywhere today and we will top out in some of the 80-degree temperature range in the east bay valley. >> seven, at look at the bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights are on but not few much traffic. 30 minutes from tracy to dublin and building from antioch to concord and 61 minutes into san francisco despite the accident. >> thank you.
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