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>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> thanks for joining us. >> a check on the forecast. mike, what do you have? >> a lack of cloud cover. partly cloudy to mostly clear. no fog. no mist. no drizzle. off to a good start for the forecast. we will talk about what is going to happen this afternoon. we will see a lot of sunshine. but, still, with the constant sea breeze temperatures are below average. we will be cool of the loan the coast at 58 in san francisco and 63. around the bay from 64 to 76. under land the range is from 73 to 81. warmer weather is coming up in the next forecast. leyla gulen?
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>> we have a brand new accident on the bay bridge. the cartinez has trouble with a couple of vehicles. it look like the tolls are loading up on the bay bridge. if you are traveling in the westbound direction you will see slow and go traffic. mass transit all run on time as is ace train. no delays out there. here we go at look at san rafael drive coming from santa benicia the headlights are looking light so decent conditions and no crashes or construction out there. >> the latest on the bart negotiations. talks resume this morning while the two biggest bart unions plan a public demonstration this afternoon. all the while, the clock ticks toward a potential second strike. abc7 news reporter amy hollyfield is at walnut creek bart. >> we have a few days to go but riders have little hope there will be a resolution. people here are preparing and
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predicting there will be a strike. we have seen the teams of people going in and out of the negotiations but they say not much is going on inside. the union says there has not been significant progress of wages, pensions, and health care. we could get notice of a strike today if negotiations continue to stall then the unions could issue the 72-hour warning of a strike. they could issue that tonight. that would mean we would see bart workers back on the picket line like any were a month ago. the months say the offer on the table is the best they can do. we may adjustments so everyone sees more money in their pocket. the calculations we have run show that all employees will receive a 1 percent net gain and more if they choose a cheaper medical premium. the utility workers in our union who start out at $42,000 will be
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$1,4950 behind. >> last month, the strike results in a long congested miserable commute for people and transportation officials say they are preparing to add extra options with extra buses and ferries and some officials learned a lot from the last strike and will make adjustments. the union is planning a rally today at 5:00 in front of city halt and a strike could happen on monday if negotiations do not go well today. dug the first strike and they are readying extra ferries. commuters are asked to travel off-peak. >> before 6:30 in the morning
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and not travel between 5 and 7:00 p.m. that would help. >> there be more runs from oakland, vallejo and alameda to the ferry building. paid parking begins at the waterfront garage if vallejo. >> if there is another bart strike we will put together a full rage of resources at abc7 news come with the latest status on bart talks and information on commute alternatives and you can down led our exclusive abc7 news traffic app to negotiate the freeways in one spot right now we have breaking news: edward snowden has received asylum for a year in russia and left the now airport where he has been holed up for a month according to the lawyer. the information coming down from reuters. edward snowden, the u.s. government wanted him
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extradicted back to the united states for leaking classified information about the n.s.a.'s surveillance program. he was at the russian airport, the now airport but we are getting this breaking news that the former spy agency contractor has now got were the paperwork necessary to leave the airport and get the temporary one year asylum in russia. >> we are will getting our first look at the fix for broken bolts on the new east were span of the bay bridge. crews are rating to get the repair project done. abc7 news reporter katie marzullo is in the newsroom. katie? >> we were able to go inside the machine shop where the parts are being fabricated. look at these models, helping you see the fix. the saddle is in purple on the broken rods and steel is threaded through the layers of the saddle and pulled type to clamp the rod. look at the manufacturing.
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you can so a 3" steel slab rolled into a u shape and another machine is carving out the trough the tendons written through. the engineers explains the process. >> it is tight with a lost stretch and you want to relax it. so what you do is put if this fixture, heat it up, relieve the stress. >> here is a look for you at the bay bridge from emeryville. the big question: will the span open on time? >> it will be finished in mid-december but this is more to it, sims are fabricated, parts that secure a tight fit and they should be done in a couple of days and they could mean opening the bridge before the saddle work is completed but that depends on the outcome of an independent review. >> three suspects in a violent
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attack in san francisco are now in custody. this troubling video show as woman being brutally kicked in the head after being mugged in san francisco on pride week. it helped lead to the capture last week of 23-year-old christopher porter-bailey. the attack struck a chord with the suspect. >> certainly when you see a robbery that is accompanied with a violent assault like that, it is disturbing when you see an assault of that nature on an innocent victim. >> 20-year-old davis and 22-year-old julian williams were also taken into custody and looking to see if they are linked to other robberies. >> oakland police credit the public who helped identify three women that could is witnessed a murder. the victim took these pictures on halloween 2011 and die add few hours later after being shot
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at party on the only of november 1. police believe these women may have witnessed the shooting but left before police arrived. another woman's photo is not yet identified. >> investigators are trying to determine the cause of a wildfire on the lawrence livermore laboratory property that destroyed a trailer used by laboratory security. we were there after it broke out before 4:00 in site 300 near the laboratory explosive testing area. a firefighter suffered minor injuries battling the place. 20 acres burned. >> a clear morning. we will check with meteorologist mike nicco. >> it will warm up. but it will be below average. we kind of joked, where did our summer go? it is going to. can back. if alaska i will show you what is going on there. look at the temperatures, 51 at barrel, and low-to-mid 60's at
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anchorage and fairbanks is 86 degrees and they have been 80 degrees or warmer 30 days this summer tying a record average 11 day and they set a record for 12 days of 85-degree heat or warmer. that is where summer when. now what will happen back at home? it will not be a bad day we have clouds arriving late this or, and you can see the next 12 hours we will warm from 49 to 57 this morning to 58 at coast to 68 with clean air and beautiful blue sky. breeze will build and that will keep us below average 60 to 78 at 4:00 and it will cool quickly at 58 at the cost to 72 inland. have a good one. leyla gulen? >> we do have a crash on the cartinez bridge in the westbound direction but we are looking at delays eastbound as you can see the yellow indicated on the map. from what it sounds like someone was driving at a high rate of
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speed and crashed into someone and a lane is blocked. construction project will last until 7:00 and eastbound side of highway four from port chicago highway to willow pass road has a couple of lanes taken away and that is beginning to remain until 7:00 a.m. as you head along the westbound direction traffic is running smoothly as we make it over to the concord area and you continue into hercules you are maintaining a decontent speed much the drive tame traffic, 80 westbound from albany to the maze is a short four-minute drive and 880 southbound from fremont to san jose, 15 minutes, and 12 minutes headed northbound from 101 to cupertino along 280 and here is san mateo bridge, you can see the traffic is running absolutely in both directions. eric and kristen? >> next summer barbecue could take a big bite out of your wallet. >> big drive to help 20,000 kids whose families can not afford school my supplies. >> huge jackpot. how much the powerball is worth this weekend.
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>> covering cupertino, concord, wine country, and all bay area, this is abc7 news. >> 5:13 on this thursday. and interstate 680, the tail lights southbound from north main you can see the traffic is moving along right now and we will check it out in a couple minutes. 50,000 pounds of ground beef are
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recalled because of possible e. coli contamination produced by national beef packing company in kansas. it was sold in 40 to 60 pound cases and has the number 208a inside the usda mark. it was produced on july 18, 2013 and sold under national beef nature source labels. no illnesses have been reported. >> it is the going of august. many families are planning for the start of school in a few minutes. volunteers will start giving out backpacks. it is the time of year when backpacks are distributed to young students throughout schools and service organizations that help low income families. this is the way it looks in san francisco last year. if menlo park volunteers with the family giving tree expect to hand out more than 20,000 backpacks at a warehouse today through august 23 are. injury the grill this summer, beef highs could be about to go higher.
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whole food cuts profit forecast, as competitors eat into the business. >> and now the bloomberg business report. >> good morning, bad news if you think you are paying too much at the excessry store beef prices could be about to go higher. production could hit a 21-year low as ranchers continue to cut herd side to deal with high feed cost after the drought last year. retail beef prices in june were close to records. ground beef price could be 3.5 percent higher next year. if you think you are cutting back on spending you could be fooling yourself. a study says that people say they cut back on drinking outside the home and vacation and leisure and entertainment and dining out in 2012 compared to the year before but spending in all categories rose. the nation's schools and playgrounds could about to get more crowded. now that the great recession is over, fertility rates are rising again. a report says that women who intend weekly religious services
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appear to have more children than those would rarely or never attend. that is the news from the new york stock exchange from bloomberg business report. >> the powerball jackpot is at $2930 -- $290 million up for grabs. 8, 24, 39, 49, 59, mega number 5. the odds of winning will $290 million jackpot are one in 175 million. you may remember the last person to win big in the powerball was a florida woman back in may, she checked the biggest single jackpot in history: $590 million. >> lost money. but you cannot buy a good forecast. you can rent a good forecast are, though. >> i will do the best i can. what do you want? >> sight warm up. >> "slight" is the key. i will show you what is going
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on. that is what we need to get us back where we should no one time of the year. good morning, everyone, here is live doppler 7 hd, it is dry this morning. no drizzle. no mist. the clouds are just new coming back to the neighborhoods. when you check out the temperatures they will be cooler than yesterday because of the lack of cloud cover and blanket effect. 52 in forest hills to 55 elsewhere in san francisco and mission and glen park and 54 is the exception. palo alto and santa clara, 51 degrees. saratoga is 52. san leandro is 53. petaluma is 48. walnut creek is 58. pleasanton is 53 and union city is a warm spot at 58 and richmond at 356. the roof camera, you can see the clouds gathering along the east bay shore a cleaner and dry air mass and a cool sea breeze holding the temperatures below average again.
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sitting on top of us, and we have high pressure down over the four corners but if you look at the national it is cool in the eastern two-thirds of country and they are soaked by rain with many areas well above average in the south we are seeing feast or 71 in milpitas and 79 in los gatos. 71 in san mateo and jumping to 75 in redwood city and los altos and millbrae is coolest at 58. mid-60's downtown and south san francisco and sausalito and mid-to-upper 70's through the north bay valley to upper 50's at the north bay beach and in the upper 60's to low 70's along the east bay shore. the east bay valley shows not
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using the air conditioning, and 76 at pleasanton, and 81 at antioch and 82 in fairfield. >> tomorrow, two to six degrees warmer and temperatures will plain in the midtown more 80's inland and mid-to-upper 70's around the bay and low 60's at coast and morning clouds giving way to afternoon sunshine, about each day. is a go day. leyla gulen? >> it sounds like the crash we reported is now a hit-and-run accident and we are not sure if it is a high speed chase but it sounds like the car took off at a high rate of speed and they are in this area. cartinez bridge, one lane is blocked in the westbound direction and now we are seeing slowing in the westbound headed over the bridge to crockett but that traffic collision was caused by someone who exited the
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parkway. as we heads over to the altamont pass, we are looking at heavy conditions to tracy over the pass and to livermore so you have 30 miles per hour. and you are down to 28 when you start exiting the pass and then the speeds pick up. to the maze, we can check out the other end of 80 up to 580 to the toll, traffic is loading up. but it is still only four minutes headed away from the hoffman split to the maze. >> thank you, leyla gulen at 5:20. the watch abc live stream is now available in the bay area. watch abc is a new way to experience abc any time whether you at home or out and about you can be joy your favorite abc news and sports on your smartphone, tablet, or computer live or on demand a new benefit brought to you by abc, comcast, charter communications and all at no additional cost. go to to listen how
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>> good morning, everyone, a look at the bay bridge and the bay itself, the earliest ferry is coming in this morning and we will have a look at the commute in a couple of minutes. >> it is now 5:23. whether you are just joining us
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or headed out the door seven things to know: the clock is ticking if bart and the employees to reach a contract deal. if major progress is not made in talks, the unions will likely issue a 72 hour strike notice to passengers tonight. we will have the latest on the key sticking points from abc7 news reporter amy hollyfield at top the hour. >> n.s.a. leaker snow snow got his papers and has left the transit area of the now airport. the attorney says that edward snowden received asylum for a year and now has entered russia. >> three, we are getting a first look inside the machine shop where the parks are being made to fix the new eastern span of the bay bridge with steel saddles compensating for the bolts that cracked. >> korean war sergeant who will buried with full military honors today. the san francisco native was captured if korea in 1951 and died in captivity.
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his remains were returned after being identified with the family d.n.a. the bed bug sniffing dog will make another circuit around the goodwill warehouse to make sure there are no traces. on friday night there was a scare if san francisco at at warehouse where an inspection revealed evidence of bedbugs. >> six, today could be the last day below average temperatures with a warming trend on the way in the weekend forecast. >> a look at the bay bridge toll plaza with the cash-paying lanes slowing up but the problem is the cartinez bridge with a hit and run crash blocking a lane and causing slowing. >> sources say major league baseball is threatening to kick new york yankee's star a-rod out of the game for life unless he agrees not to fight a plenty suspension in his role in the drug scandal the most prominent player linked to a closed floridaants aging clinic that distributed banned performance
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enhancing drugs. the yankees expect rodriguez to be accused of recruiting other athletes for the clinic to obstruct the investigation and not being truthful. >> now to little league baseball, petaluma captured the big excitement and this year a peninsula team is going for the glory. it is time for the little league playoff and the all stars from belmont are in san bernardino to play after defeating santa cruz last weekend. the team got a big send off yesterday morning and belmont's first game is tomorrow against the champions from arizona and you can watch it if you want to, online, at espn 3. >> are they excited? anecessity look very excited. the whole community, income, had a big rally, and the library and that is so exciting for a community, right? >> very exciting.
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now we just have to play good bail. >> the abc7 morning news continues at 5:30 with the top stories. >> including breaking news a woman attacked near a south bay university and we are on the scene. >> a new survey reveals something about bay area commuters and a change that could ease congestion.
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>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> good morning at 5:29 on thursday. thanks for starting your day with us. >> not quite the cloud cover out there that we have been experiencing. we will check with mike. >> so we can step out. it is cooler this morning. you may have noticed if you pulled the blanket over to keep
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you warmer because you may not be used to the cooler weather. from mount tamalpais the clouds are arriving late. they are a mix of clouds out there. mostly in the lower levels of the atmosphere. beautiful sunrise. below average highs again today. we will start around the bay and 64 in san francisco to 76 headed into san jose and we will top out at 68 or 9 in oakland. inland we go 73 in petaluma to 81 in antioch and along the coast and 58 to 53 in san francisco. now the morning commute. leyla gulen? >> we have construction and quiet conditions across the bay area. but the one crash we had across the car tip necessary causing slowing in the westbound direction that is a hit-and-run accident and the suspect may have given chase. we will track that. we have construction project in pleasanton hill northbound 680 to monument boulevard with lanes blocked there until 7:00 a.m. as we look at our drive time
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traffic 101 from san francisco to sfo a ten-minute commute 880 northbound from 238 to the maze is 14 minutes and 11 minutes and 13 minutes from highway 85 to san jose and walnut creek in the southbound direction is 680 looking slower as cars pile into the 24 interchange. eric and kristen? >> breaking news from the south bay where police are looking if a suspect after a woman was attacked near santa clara university. abc7 news reporter is in santa clara with the latest. matt? >> we are here at the santa clara police department waiting on investigators to give us more information of the incident that took place a block and a half away from santa clara university. here is video from the scene, a woman reporting she was walking from a friend's apartment back to her apartment a few blocks arm and she says a man came up behind her in city plaza park put a knife to her throat and threatened her and she kicked
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him and ran home and called police. police arrived and started searching using dogs to track down a suspect. police left the seen at 2:45 and we are trying to confirm but the suspect is still loose and if the person is considered a net to people living in the area around the university. we will update you when we get new details from police. >> matt, thank you. san jose state university police say they have arrested a suspect in the brutal oncampus beating of a 22-year-old man on tuesday night outside the university science building. police are saying little about the man they have arrested but he and the victim do know each other. the two men got in a fight and the suspect slammed the victim's head in the pavement several times. the victim who is not a student is expected to recover. >> negotiateations between bart and two of the largest employee unions coming down to the wire. unions could give passengers 72
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hours not they will strike if a deal is not reached by sunday night. union negotiators tell abc7 news that there has been no significant movement on three of the main sticking point: wages, benefits and health care. bart says the current offer would give employees slightly more of a rise but the unions say the lowest paid workers suffer the most. abc7 news reporter amy hollyfield has more on the negotiations and how riders are preparing at the top of the hour. >> if bart workers strike again the bay area highs are clogged with commuters mostly driving alone. a new survey from california shows that 55 percent of bay area workers drive solo to work up from 2008 when the survey was last taken but slower than a decade ago in 2003. today only 16 percent of workers rely on public tran it to get to their job. if there is a strike we have put together a full range of resources with the latest start us on bart talks and information
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on commute alternatives. you can download abc7 news traffic app to help you negotiate the freeways in one spot, at abc7 news come. >> developing news at 5:34 police are investigating a fatal shooting in east oakland with are? s say a man was shot and killed on 80th avenue near international boulevard before midnight. no word of any suspects. >> in antioch police are looking for the person who pulled the trigger on two men leaving a man dead and the other critically injured at 7:30 last night. officers spended to reports of shots fired near the delta fair shopping center and police found a white importantian a couple of blobs away at some aresville road with two men inside. one victim died at the scene and the other man was rushed to a hospital. police are looking if a suspect vehicle possibly a gold-colored four-door honda or chevrolet. >> firefighters say a child leaving a fire unattended is the
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cause of a fire that destroyed a home last night. the candle lit the curtains on fire and the home was engulfed in flames when firefighters got there. firefighters kept the blaze from spreading to other homes. crews cleared people from the street, those because of the power lines. >> a student is suing a school district because the administration should have done more to prevent a teacher from molesting students. the 45-year-old joseph martin was put on leave when allegations surfaced he molested a student at the elementary school and says martin was allowed to go back to class and said good by to the students. he cornered an 11-year-old victim and tried to convince him not to report the me lastation. the child's lawyer says officials knew of problems by 2007 but did nothing. mar tip was arrested in june and has been charmed with 91 counts of child molestation involving 11 former students. >> the family of a missing oakland gill says they are not giving up home for her safe return.
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the 21-month-old daphne webb disappeared when the father stepped from the car into a store in oakland. there was a vigil yesterday urging the public to come forward. >> i misholding her and hearing her cries and laugh. i am praying she comes back. >> her father did not attend the vigil but the family says he wasn't the focus of the event. an amber alert is active. the case remains the top investigations. >> funeral is held today for a korean war soldier who died 62 years ago at the golden gate national cemetery and buried with full military honors. he was captured in korea in 1951 and thyed in captivity. the remains were identified in may using d.n.a. samples. the coffin arrived on tuesday at the international airport and
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escorted by believes and veterans to los gatos funeral home. he was born in 1919 and grew up in san francisco's mission district. >> today, mosquito fogging gets underway in san jose to prevent the spread of west nile virus with spraying taking place tonight and santa clara control says ground crews will start around 11 p.m. >> they like to do the spraying when this are light winds. >> the winds will calm down enough that they should be able to do it. can you believe it is august 1? look what happens in san francisco the temperature rises just a little bit from 68 today to 70, our acknowledge -- average high. we get .1" rainfall on average and the greatest amount is .75".
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the full noon is august 21. we have late arriving clouds with most of us in the low to mid-50's. by noon, we have dry and clean air sitting over us so temperatures will jump if the mid-and upper 60's ambassador -- away from the coast. the cool breeze keeps the temperatures short of average at 78 inland and 9 around the bay and 64 at 7:00 and 72 with temperatures falling rapidly in the evening and all of us will need jackets. as far as what will happen over the next three difficulties, we are going to see a warming trend tomorrow at two to six degrees warmer holding close to average through the weekend. now the track. >> i know what happened, we were tracking an accident that kurd on -- occurred on the cartinez and the person took off in the
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hit-and-run accident. the person who was hit chased them and it ended at a jack-in-the-box. we do have c.h.p. on the scene. that is now concluded. it looks like the drive, though, is moving well on 80 eastbound and westbound. highway four, hillcroft off-ramp, an accident involving a big rig and a vehicle. but there are very slow conditions from the westbound direction to pittsburg. >> thank you, leyla gulen. >> next, final justice for the victims of the cleveland kid thanker as castro lens how long he will be behind bars. >> what bug sniffing dogs found at local goodwill warehouses thought to be hit by bedbugs
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>> covering walnut creek, burlingame, campbell and all bay area this is abc7 news. >> good morning on this thursday. in san rafael, traffic on 101 is moving and clear of fog and clouds. it is going to warm up. we will check with meteorologist
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mike nicco and leyla. >> the morning after pill is on sale at pharmacies and stores without the need of a prescription to women of any age. plan "b" pills are moved to the store shelves rather than behind the counter. the emergency contraception will be available to women under the age of 17 without a prescription. this is the end of a long legal battle to make it more available. >> wedding bells will ring across the midwest and east coast as two more states and the district of columbia are the latest to legalize gay marriage. video shows the first couples getting married as the clock struck midnight in minnesota. 40 couples are tying the knot in minneapolis where the city began issuing licenses when the law took affect at 12:30 1 a.m. the first gay weddings in rhode island will take place this morning. same-sex marriage is now legal in 13 states. >> blood drive in the south bay drew attention to the issue of
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gay men not allowed to donate. campbell mayor is one of those men and hosted the blood drive and signed up to donate was not allowed to give blood. the food and drug administration bars men who had sex with other men from donating because of the aids epidemic. he is openly gay and wants the food and drug administration to rething the regulation. >> it is ironic i can host a blood drive but not donate so use the opportunity to demonstrate that there are members of our community that want to contribute of themselves to sacrifice and save the lives of others. >> the f.d.a. estimates the chance of contracting h.i.v. or aids from donated blood is one in two million. >> the american red cross says summer months are a big challenge in getting blood with many donors on vacation the organizers record low level of blood donations. northern california blood services issued an emergency call for donations in juan. donations have gone up 15 percent but they are still short. northern california needs 300
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donors each day. good will could get the all clear to re-open two warehouses shut down because of a bed bug scare. a doc will make another circuit around the burlingame facility to make sure there are no traces of the parasites. on friday night at goodwill warehouse if san francisco, an inspection revealed evidence of bedbugs. that led to goodwill dumping a semi truck worth of donated items. >> they are where they can get a blood meal. that can be most likely bedding, things associated with the bed, head boards, cabinets next to the beds. >> they say all of this is precautionary to make sure no customer goes home with infested items. >> the cleveland man who kidnapped three girls and held them captive for a decade will be sentenced in half an hour. ariel castro is expected to get life in prison plus 1,000 years
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after making a deal to kidnap, rape and abuse of girls. the three girls were kept in the basement of the 53-year-old man's house but spared the man the death penalty. >> do you understand that upon entering this plea you will never be released from prison? >> i knew i would get pretty much what was thrown at me. >> there is new information of victims including diaries kept by the women if years. the goals were chained at the ankle and forced to use plastic toilets that were rarely emptied. the victims. allowed to speak at the hearing but are not expected to do so. >> if san francisco, it will cost more to have the trash hauled away. the company that handles the pickup will store rates by $6 to $34 a month. it is the first officer in three years. the company says that they are charging more for garbage pickup
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because of a big increase in customers using their free recycling service. >> things will get busy in the napa valley. this morning at first light growers will pick grapes marketing the start of an early harvest. mumm, a top producer in napa, will pick around 6:00 a.m. in 13 minutes. experts say it is because of the weather with a dry spring kick starting the grape growing season and the first load of grapes should start arriving at the wonry a little before 8:30 this morning. >> we will have to do some professional research to see how the weather affected that vintage. >> absolutely. i hear sparkling wine in orange juice is good. >> you have never tried it, right, mike? >> seriously be it is cool up this. in the 40's. >> my goodness! >> maybe they are feeling early fall, too.
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here is what is going on as far as our winds, it will be aggressive and frisky along the bay water in the delta starting at 9:00 this morning with an early start and getting up earlier than normal this afternoon until 9:00 p.m. at the coast, we are going to have thursday at 3:00, which started already until friday at 5:00 a.m. and we have the wind at 15- to 25-knots rolling through. and our fastest wind is 12 miles per hour and 15 at concord and 23 in fairfield so the bends have picked up here and that is why the clouds are making the trip across san francisco through the golden gate bridge and to the east bay which is where they are thickest. from mount tamalpais you can see the air is cleaner and dry in the cool breeze keeping the temperatures below average. more clouds tonight so temperatures are not so cold as this morning and it is back to average and high temperatures this weekend. the cloud cover is developing along the east bay more and the lower valleys along our
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coastline and across san francisco it will evaporate quickly but notice as we head through the afternoon the clouds will fill in along the coast so a reverse of yesterday. all of us will be clear, though, around the bay and inland by noon. temperatures will start in the south bay and we will barely get to near 80 around morgan hill and gilroy and everyone else in the low to mid-70's and 76 in san jose, and sunnyvale is 72 and on peninsula, low-to-mid 70's and 68 in millbrae, and upper 50's to near 60 along the coast with not quite so were sunshine as yesterday and mid-60's in downtown south san francisco and sausalito as they head in the afternoon, starting in the 40's and low 50's we will end up in the mid-to-upper 70's so quit a warming but never that hot. we will be in the upper 50's along the cost and low 70's along the east bay shoreline and in the east bay valley, mid-70's to low 80's again going to be
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cooler-than-average. the temperatures are in the low-to-mid 50's and the best cloud cover is along the coast across san francisco and toward the east bay shoreline. the seven-day outlook shows tomorrow two to six degrees warmer and temperatures will hang out in the upper 50's to low 60's with partly sunny conditions along the coast and mostly sunny in the afternoon and mid-to-upper 70's around the bay. have a good one. leyla gulen? >> we have a crash on highway four traveling this the westbound direction involving a big rig and that is not the only crash we have on highway four but this is on the off-ramp of hillcrest avenue on the shoulder. we are slow making it in the westbound direction at 15 miles per hour to pittsburg. to concord, it will be about 30-minute commute and we have another crash open highway 4 at marsh creek in brentwood. as we continue into concord in the eastboundy along highway four from port chicago highway we have a construction project that will last until 7:00 this
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morning. as we hook at our drive time traffic 6 kuwait from highway four to walnut creek is six minutes in the southbound direction and from walnut creek to 13 it is looking good, and 40 minutes from tracy to dublin so very slow westbound commute. the toll plaza shows cash-paying plains are loaded up but metering lights are not on. for the commuters, drive the smart way at contest to drive away with a brand new smart car. we will announce the lucky winner tomorrow right here on abc7 news so be smart. enter now. the car was very popular in europe mid-to-late 90's. >> it is small and easy to park how about the fun factor. >> it is adorable. the one we are giving away is
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rally red color so you get to drive around in style. >> like the one in europe the. >> very sharp looking. >> good luck. >> thanks the friends of faith, we will tell you who is among those being honored for work in the fight against breast cancer. >> new attraction for adrenalin junkies. >> are you thinking switching your cell phone carrier? think again, the reason you are likely to stay with your company even if you
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>> abc7 news carolyn tyler will be honored for work when cameras and mikes are turned off. former san francisco mayor willie brown will recognize five for raising hundred for women of color to fight breast cancer. she has been instrumental in organizing a walk benefiting friends of faith, an organization found to pay tribute to tv reporter who died of breast cancer in 2003. this year's walk is scheduled for august 17 in oakland. >> we will check with mike nicco. we have looked at cool temperatures and the warmup and he has the timeline. >> okay, thank you very much. timeline for the clouds, they are coming if late but they are coming in as we look at downtown san francisco from our roof camera. now, this afternoon, we are from
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five degree cooler tan average with 63 in san francisco and 68 in oakland, and seven degrees cooler-than-average at 76 in napa and san jose and redwood city at 75 and eight degree cooler-than-average in livermore so the little leagueers are enjoying nice weather. across the entire state it is quiet. temperatures are below average in los angeles 74. 106 in palm springs 86 in yosemite. sunny 75 in tahoe. safe travels. leyla gulen? >> we have a report of a brand new stall causing a headache on 580 traveling in the westbound direction blocking a lane at livermore avenue. look at this, beyond livermore avenue it is wide open so it is clear into dublin. you are stuck and it is a sea of tail lights at 30 miles per hour over the altamont pass and it slows down more as you get closer to greenville and construction is causing delays in the eastbound direction
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between greenville and flynn. >> thank you, leyla gulen. >> a new a traction in austria for adrenalin junkies a platform with views of the alps and it is only for visitors with nerves of steel according to the resort website the bridge is 1 4 step down to a glass platform the highest bridge in austria. >> next at 6:00, a crucial day as bart negotiations and what could happen tonight if real progress is not made. >> breaking news of edward snowden, the n.s.a. leaker granted asylum overnight and we will tell you his new location this morning. >> call it a car comeback, the new chevrolet is better than lexus and
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>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> breaking news at 6:00. n.s.a. leaker, edward snowden, leaves the moscow airport. his lawyer reveals his new location. >> only four days until a second possible bart strategic. today's union employees will try to rally support from the public. >> in ohio, the man who held three women captive for a decade in cleveland will learn his fate from a judge, with sentencing for ariel castro in minutes. >> thanks for joining us. >> it is looking different this morning. >> the extra sunshine from yesterday spilled over the clearness overnight with clouds just now coming back. why think they will hang around along. it is dry this morning. no drizzle. no mist. our day planner around the bay, clouds are gathering and temperatures are holding in the


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