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abc7 news begins with breaking news. >> in palo alto, all lanes of northbound 101 are shut down after a deadly motorcycle crash. this is video showing the scene moments ago. >> this is near oregan express way and alexis is tracking the delays. >> alexis? >> not not great in the midday, northbound 101 beyond oregon express way. you can see the purple showing they are close to getting the far last lane back open. they have requested the tow truck. it does sound like the investigation is starting to wrap up. again, a big traffic alert, a sig-alert was issued at 9:15. the backup is six to seven miles
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including what is spilled on to 237 and el camino is okay and 280 from the cupertino area is much better than 101. when you get that back open it will take a long-term to unwind. >> thank you for joining us. i am natasha zouves. >> i am reggie aqui. >> kristen sze is off. we are tracking the fire burning to the north, right now residents are allowed back into the home although the cold fire continues to rage, the mandatory evacuation order is being lifted 47300 acres are charred and now only 15% containment. you can see where the fire is burning near winters, the same year as the fire from two years ago. right new firefighters are concerned about erratic winds. amy hollyfield spoke with cal fire. >> they explained they went from 10% containment to 15%
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containment and most of the work was done around the neighborhood. they dugout a first line to protect it and they wanted to lift the evacuation order and get life back to normal. >> residents get the all clear this morning, they were allowed back into the estates after being evacuated on tuesday. in was much relief the cold fire is no longer a threat to the area. >> everyone is feeling happy. they does a mighty fine job keeping the fire on that side. they do it every year. >> that side is an incredibly tough side. >> it is a challenging area for us, steep, rugged, nasa i terrain, very dry out here, and that mixed with the winds creates headaches. >> we found smoke billowing up near the dam this morning and firefighters say that is an indication that the fire could whip up here later this afternoon. they will focus their attack to try and calm it down.
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>> they expected erratic winds in a drift direction so that is a concern. >> the fire has scorched 4,700 acres off highway 128 near the scan beyond creek resort. people who catch near the dam or live in the area say it is tough to watch this beauty burn. >> it is sad. it disturbs people but mostly wild live, horses, dogs, pets. it disturbs them probably more than us humans. the fire is burning in a north direction in a very steep area with a lot of steep canyons so no structures are lives are threatened. firefighters are hoping to turn a corner today and worried about the winds. yesterday afternoon, the winds caused the fire to jump one of their containment lines. >> thankful no one is hurt. >> new numbers out this morning show that this rageing fire
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between big sur and carmel is getting fire. the soberanes fire now has grown to 51,000 acres. containment is at 27%. trails and roads in the forest are still closed and the fire break out july 22. official say someone left an illegal campfire unattended. >> there could be changes in the weather ahead. mike nicco is tracking the conditions. mike? >> we will start with the cold fire. wish we could bring the damp cool air sit on san francisco and push it up there, so far it has been cool this morning whether you are 950 feet or at 2,000 feet the temperature are in the 50s and humidity is above 80% the winds have not kicked you. they will this afternoon and come from the west and be around 15-20 miles per hour pushing the smoke into the central valley. for the soberanes fire there is no relief. 82 in the hills. 26% humidity. the good news, like yesterday the winds are take all of the
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smock away from us but it will fan the flames. we will look at our occur. air quality as we look at walnut creek, all of issue good to moderate and as we get how the afternoon, the cool air is going to spread through more of our neighborhoods and make the air quality even better. all the cool down begins. mike, thank you. >> day two of a strategic by court clerks in santa clara is making a mess out of the dockets. katie is talking to the frustrated people in the courts. >> on day to the union members, workers, are quite as resolved to continue to strike. there is no end in sight. you can see there are more people out here and some went to work yesterday but decided they could not take it and they are picketing today. we are see confused people who have not heard about the strike and the shut down it is causing. >> people lined up an hour early at traffic court in santa clara this morning. >> the line was longer today.
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i am helping they have someone here today. >> serena and others are trying to take care of tickets. at the doors open...come in if you scheduled. >> walk ins were turned away. they say this is no problem and i will not be in trouble just to show up after the court. >> we with have no clerks available. >> most understood the purpose of the court worker strike most wish they were notified by more than a sign. >> i live in tracy so that was hard, i wish i we have known. >> people with court business should plan on delays tomorrow, as well, and kristen members say they are taking their picket lines to the new familiar courthouse, a big source of soreness in the union negotiation. there is no sign of holding to the tables. we can expect strike to continue into tomorrow.
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new this morning, a c.h.p. officer is recovering after a motorcycle crash that sent him flying over hid motorcycle and the car in front of him. he was on the way to a crash in cupertino and he rear helped the driver. you can see sky 7 is over the scene, and this is northbound 280 south winchester boulevard. he went flying, he was up and walking after the crash. this happened after 8:30 a.m. c.h.p. said that the driver was cutting into the officer's lane at the time. the officer is scraped up but he is expected to be fine. the other driver is cooperating with investigators and could be cited for making an unsafe lane change. >> develop news in san francisco, convicted chinatown gang leader raymond "shrimp boy" chow faces sentencing in san francisco federal court. a jury convicted shrimp slip of 162 organized crime charges in january. the crimes include murder and racketeering. the murder conviction carries an automatic life sentence. a judge has turn down his appeal
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to have the case dismissed. a grand jury indicted him and 28 other suspects two years ago, including former state senator yee who now is in prison. >> developing news in lake county where sheriff deputy say a pokemon go player stumbled upon a woman's body. now they want to know how she died. the sheriff said that the remaining were found in a field in the clear lake riviera area and we know the victim is 84. her name has not been released. >> marin county sheriff deputies are looking to see how a person died in the wilderness on mount tam. a hiker discovered someone lying motionless yesterday afternoon, and a rescue team used ropes to reap the person in a ravine off hidden meadow trail. there is no immediate sign of foul play. the victim could be a hiker who felled. law is a stand off in san francisco that has been going on for noons. police are on scene at a him on
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ocean avenue with a man inside who they believe is mentally unstable and who may or may not be armed. he is alone they think and hostage negotiators are on the scene. >> we have not checked the house and do not know what could be used as weapon. we are taking our time. we are trying to reason with him, we are trying to get the individual to come out. that way we can get him the help he needs. >> he is whatted for questioning in a robbery. streets are shut down if you are headed out, avoid the area. >> be extra careful the next time you drive along the embarcadero, and here is why: abc7 was there when city police officers targeted drivers who were suspected of going too fast during the morning rush. part of a periodic patrol to get us to slow down, the speed limit is only 30 miles per hour. >> if you details out of monday done where this is heightened security this morning, after a deadly knife attack claimed the life of an american woman. authorities have not released her name or where she is from,
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and they do say she was in her 60s. another american is among the five injured last night. police say the officers used a stun gun to subdue the 19-year-old suspect and arrested him on suspicion of murder. they say he has mental health issues and do not think this is tied to terrorism. none of the watchedded have life threatening injury. >> the effort to hold back donald trump and the recent antics are now costing him. >> state of emergency on the same emergency system we all rely on: 9-1-1 is having its own crisis across california. >> a san francisco company makes history. they are setting the
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>> from stockton the mayor of the city has been arrested the stock tan record reports file agents arrested him this morning at a city-run youth camp. the paper report he is accused of several crimes against children including providing alcohol to a minor and contributing to the delinquency of a minor and felony eavesdropping or recording confidential communications. the charges are less than a week after news broke that his miss gun was used in the murder of a 13-year-old boy in february of last year. silva is running for re-election in november. >> we all depend on 9-1-1 system to get help in a hurry but right now critical lifeline faces its own emergency right here in
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california. many communities rely on money from the state to keep third local emergency systems running, and now, funds are drying up, california has $11 million in the 9-1-1 fund, and the "los angeles times" reports that is down from 77 million just three years ago. the cost could go up as california tries to add new technology to work with all of our cell phones. >> a through poll shows hillary clinton with a sizable lead in the race for the white house. this morning, donald trump's allies are trying to get their candidate back on message. even with the chaos, his campaign is bringing in a lost cash from the supporters. >> we are in washington with the latest. >> both hillary clinton and donald trump are back on the campaign trail and they are trading barbs. >> donald trump is unqualified to be president. >> hillary clinton pounding trouble on the controversial remarks regarding the papers of a fall were soldier and wanting a purple heart. >> this is not someone who
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understands the honor, the duty of serving america. >> donald trump focusing attacks on obama and a "wall street journal" investigation that allegations the administration swapped cash for iranian hostages. >> we ahead $400 million for hostages, right? such a bad resolution depth. >> but the wreck recollection of watching top secret video of the event is being corrected by his span after he told the audience this. >> i will never forget the scene, the tape is of the people taking the money east plane. >> but a spokesman confirms that the tape donald trump saw was this public one of the hostages released in geneva as the campaign manager agencies that the non-endorse must of paul ryan and john mccain have opened up rift. >> this is a conflict in the donald trump campaign and we have rule of not getting involved in primaries. >> donald trump is not backing down from comments and according
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to the latest fox poll it could be taking its toll. clinton opening up a 10-point lead. >> donald trump poll numbers could be bad, his fundraising numbers were good raiding $82 million in july. >> the community unites to save a san francisco landmark and the establishment staying put that has people celebrate on midday. >> you have noticed the clouds are more stubborn, look at this picture from sfo are we still have flight arrival delays average an pleasure and 21 minutes and temperatures, today, are three to 12 degrees cooler than yesterday and cooler, possibly, this weekend. >> what a bay area company is offering lgbt couples in
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santa rosa, berkeley and san jose. >> our very own larry beale traveled back in time or at least to the espn studio in los angeles. it was a sports back to the future situation. >> before larry work here at abc7 he anchored sports center. here is a bit of both larrys, vintage larry and one today aone of these will be at home watching the playoffs. >> and that means good bye. >> he is great. alarry looks better today. >> he looks great in both. >> i want to compliment the man.
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alike a fine man. >> he will be on sports center tonight and tomorrow so here is another chance to catch. >> my mother has her dvr set already she is larry's biggest fan. >> also excite, mike nicco is here. >> good morning from the roof again. the mist is drying but it will hang on the next couple of hours. this morning, the marine layer is deepened and more moisture so we had the mist and drizzle and the only way to see the sunrise was from mount mount tam and the clouds are still hanging on live from mount tamalpais. the next several daze the highs will be not average to next week and clouds and drizzle for the commute tomorrow and the winds pick up at 2:00, through 11:00 this evening, out of west at 24-38 miles per hour from the golden gate bridge to the delta community. it will be a choppy ride on the ferries again.
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lieu how slow the crowds are leaching because of deeper marine layer we will head to the south bay and the clouds are coming out quit ice but we will still be mid-to-upper 70s in most neighborhoods including san jose at 77 and los gatos and gilroy in the low-to-mid 80s. look at millbrae, only 66 degrees, barely sunshine this afternoon, and low-to-mid 70s for the rest of the peninsula, brisk along the coast, and upper 50 and downtown and south san francisco and sausalito struggling into the low-to-mid 60s and across the north bay, mid-to-upper 70s well below our average in the mid-80s. if you are going to sonoma county fair it is cloudy with 57 and sun will come out. it will be intense. you will need a jacket though in the evening dropping into the mid-50s. berkeley is only 66. mostly cloudy. more sunshine to the south. we are in the low-to-mid 70s to fremont of the inland,
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refreshing change, upper 70s in san ramon and concord and pleasanton, and everyone else barely into the low-to-mid 80s. fur headed out this afternoon into the evening hours, you can see by 5:00, upper 50s at coast, away the bay, upper 60, for my 70s inland with the presses kicking in. it will feel much cooler than the 50s and 60. tonight, cloud cover, drizzle again and temperatures in the low-to-mid 50s. my seven-day outlook shows we get and the deepest part of the 8:00 air mass tomorrow and saturday and we will start to modify it a little bit by monday and tuesday and wednesday the temperatures are become where they should be. we will have a break and enjoy the coolness. >> i will take the break. ayou a grass roots effort has saved san francisco's legendary lgbt stud bar from chessing. the owner would have to sell because the landlord raised the rent 300% so a group of employees and patrons and lgbt business owners pooled their money to buy stud bar as a co-op
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and keep it open. it has been in the district for 50 years for the largest continuously operating gay bar in that part of the city. >> a san francisco-based company is the first in the state to extend home coverage for fertility treatments to lgbt employees and their partners. according to the s vietnam business journal, gusto has plan to offer $20,000 to cover federal tell procedures. the average price of ivf in the united states is $12,400. the company has 300 employees and is the first mid-sized company to extend the benefit in the entire up. >> sometimes it does not take lot to keep a little one entertained. >> you have to see this! adore able babe
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this baby will be a happy adult. >> everyone his on spits a seed he loses it. >> she has no idea her nephew would have that reaction but, now, she knows he will do it so she records it. >> for hours.
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