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so we have something for everyone, at a price that's just right for you. maxx you. maxx life. t.j.maxx welcome to wednesday, which is the hottest day of the week. >> people are going to wake up cranky this morning, and i already saw tweets about it and if they don't have ac, it was a long night for some folks. >> as we are looking at the forecast for the inland neighborhoods it's going to be hot once again, absolutely. you saw a dry live doppler 7. let's talk about your day planner, 51 to 63 today, and 65 to 85 with clouds at the coast, and then clouds signaling a change coming. notice the spare the air
monitor. we are only three days into the summer season and poor air quality is possible today. as alexis has told us, take mass transit and let's find out what else she has for us about the morning commute. a live look at the golden gate bridge, and we may have visibility issues as the marine layer comes in and starts to cool off, but today no problems with that. we are wide open and clear. drive times are clear as well. and just seven minutes, westbound 92. westbound 84 across dumbarton bridge, you are also in the green at just nine minutes. we will take a closer look at the south bay coming up next. developing this morning, parents and teachers are emotional in a fight over splitting a school district in the east bay. >> if some parents get their way a new smaller district, you see it there in red, would be carved out. amy hollyfield is live in walnut
creek. >> reporter: hi, reggie. there's another public meeting about this issue tonight, and they also had one last night. this issue is bringing out strong opinions from people. those who are against it say this new district would amount to segregation, that the new district would be made up of white affluent students and they think it would hurt the think it would hurt the financial district,
>> reporter: tonight's meeting will help those decision makers, and it starts at 6:00 at heather farms. if the proposal is approved locally then it has to be approved by the state. reporting live in walnut creek, amy hollyfield, abc7 news. new details about a stabbing suspect in berkeley. police releasing this sketch of a man that they say attacked somebody on friday. this man stabbed the victim in the abdomen without being provoked. if this man looks familiar to you, please call police. the murder suspect involved in a 19-hour standoff with police will be arraigned in court. prosecutors say a 30-year-old greg prop co-witnesses woman he had a relationship. tough names for me this morning.
he was tracked to martinez where he refused to get out of his car despite a long night of negotiations with police. he finally surrendered almost 24 hours after the initial shooting. uc president, uc president, napolitano, apologizes handling the the audit uncovered $175 million in undisclosed funds. uc was asking for a raise intuition. a camera was rolling when this happened. >> you got a gun?
>> i'm a lift driver and i just got shot at. i did not get hit but just got shot at. >> that driver is okay. he says he refused service to two riders in detroit friday night because he thought they were doing something illegal and he kicked the two men out of his car and as they got out, one of them grabbed cash from up front and the driver went after them and that's when they started to shoot. and the driver doesn't want to identify himself because the men are still out there. at the live desk i am tracking a huge manhunt in chicago after two police officers were shot there last night. three people are being questioned right now, and the officers are in serious but stable condition. police think they were shot with a high-powered weapon. they found two guns and a vehicle tied to the shooting. the officers were in civilian clothes when two cars pulled up next to them and started firing. both officers are alert this
morning and expected to recover. back to you, natasha. >> thank you. we are hearing more from hillary clinton after she addressed the factors she says they cost her the presidency. president trump responded on twitter writing fbi director comey was the best thing that ever happened to hillary clinton in that he gave her a free pass for many bad deeds. perhaps trump just ran a great campaign? >> clinton has strong words about the health care bill. she spoke at a planned parenthood in new york. >> i mean, could you believe those photos of men around that conference table deciding how to strip away coverage for pregnancy and maternity care? this was a disturbing blast from
the past. >> she says the bill would strip 24 million americans of coverage, and ken has the latest on where washington stands this morning. >> today president trump making another play on health care. >> are we moving along? all right. i think it's time now, right? >> the president, more like a coach in front of lawmakers while honoring the football team, and two knows could tank the plan to repeal and replace obamacare. >> we are making good progress with our members. >> at issue, pre-existing conditions. states would be allowed to opt out of covering them, and a move that does not sit well with moderates. >> this amendment torpedos that and i told leadership i cannot support the bill with this provision in it.
>> the spending bill to keep the government running expected to pass. now there's a dispute over who won in negotiations. >> no money for the border wall. >> president trump, who did not get most of what he wanted, angry that democrats are claiming victory. >> the president is frustrated that he negotiated in good faith and they went out and spiked the and they went out and spiked the football to make him look bad. check out the spread across san francisco this morning. 52 degrees in lake merced. sunny side, 61. the rest of us right around 54 to 58 degrees, so comfortable. we also have 58 in richmond and in santa clara, and 60s in a l
of other neighborhoods. petaluma, you are pretty comfortable at 55. here's a look at sfo where it's clear right now, and not expecting any delays this morning but that could change when the rmarine layer comes back. you can burn in less than ten minutes if you are out at the pool. drink plenty of fluids and at our beaches, not as sunny as it has been. those days are just about over. already seeing signs of the burning sunshine, and high tree pollen and grass pollen. hid to upper 90s through the central valley. check that out, some scattered thunderstorms possible in tahoe today and tomorrow. 71 degrees. thunderstorms, all that snow on the ground. 105, and palm springs at 82 in l.a. and significant changes are starting tomorrow, and especially into friday. we go from 70s and 90s today with 60s and 80s tomorrow to
basically just 60s friday and some scattered showers saturday and sunday. i will have that coming up in the accuweather 7-day forecast. i hear alexis has good news for you in the commute. >> not too much going on this early in the hour. if you are about to grab the keys or hop on mass transit, you should be having no issues. southbound 17 in the santa cruz mountains before you get to idlewild road, the crash was cleared 15 minutes ago and no residual delays and that's the kwoupb t counter commute this time of day. 880, traffic coming towards us on the inbound side. and we will look at mass transit coming up at 5:20. the first sign of the fallout for the leaning tower in downtown san francisco. we are getting an update on
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jumping in, and handing father the boy. a grim discovery in the case of an american man and canadian woman missing in belize. police discovered their bodies in a remote area, an apparent double homicide. >> from missing persons investigation to a murder mystery. police in belize finding the remains of 36-year-old a marine veteran from atlanta, and a woman from toronto cane fields. >> knowing he was with her, it makes me feel better they were together. >> they were well known by locals. they were wrapping up their trips. divorce knee set to return this
friday. the couple enjoying their final night at a local bar. it was the last time they were seen alive. coming up at 7:00 a.m., more on the tragic case with your mma first look. take a look at what a drone spotted off of california coast. it looks big. that's a juvenile great white shark, this is 11 miles from where a woman was attacked by a great white on sunday. it's not clear if this is the same shark. you can see it's really close, about 100 yards from the shore. the man that filmed this said the sharks are often in the area to hunt stingrays. pricing are dropping at the tilting and sinking high-rise. a two-bedroom penthouse just sold for $5.75 million. it sounds like a lot of money, and it is, but it was listed at 9 million. some owners say it's a hefty
price tag considering the problems. investigators found half a dozen stolen vehicles on a property on highway 17 in the santa cruz mountains. there are no homes but the property owner checks it occasionally, and he found several cars and rv's that were stripped of their parts including a racecar. sheriff deputies detained one person that was found hiding in an rv. the carousel of luggage and this is a cash could you for airlines. u.s. airlines collected $4.2 billion in baggage fees last year and that is a 10% increase from 2015. it translates to $1 million more a day in fees.
the transportation department just released these figures, and fees for changing your reservation fell 4%. jimmy kimmel took the night off to spend the night with his family, and his newborn son survived the heart surgery. his wife tweeted this picture that says i am thankful to love and be loved by these two brave guys, both cryers. and jimmy tweeted a picture of his family and it says sincere thanks to the outpouring of love and support. of course, dr. jane is his older daughter there. if you are getting mom flowers for mother's day, you better do it soon. >> if you plan to order flowers, you better do it today, by t
end of the day today if you want to >> my mom said, i want jewelry. >> mom, that was not an option given to you on the table. >> what about if your mom doesn't live in the same city. >> consider a gift certificate. >> for a restaurant? >> yeah. >> by the way, today's her birthday, too. >> happy birthday. >> she will be watching the show from atlanta. looks gorgeous outside, doesn't it? it's spare the air and the air quality is fine but builds in the evening hours during the commute. first of the summer season, the smog, the ground-based ozone that we don't want to see, and heat lingers for the rest of us today, cooler on the coast. high pressure is pushed off
today. for today, hot in the south bay. mid to upper 80s on the peninsula today, except for millbrae, always the cool spot. we'll have a little breeze shoot through the san bruno gap as we head into the afternoon hours. and then the coast in the mid to upper 60s today. san francisco down from 83 yesterday to 75, and up in the north bay, 84 to 91. along the east bay shore, the mid-80s. and this is where you will be, running the air-conditioner again, low to mid-90s. and then a few 60s, but no more 70s. look at the cooling spread, still a light chance of showers saturday and sunday. if you are lucky like me, you have a personal shopper in the form of your older sister, so she always takes cares of mother's day and i send her the check and so it's very convenient. central valley getting into the try valley, we have a
stop and go traffic in that area. before that, as you get out of tracy you are at a 25-mile-per-hour average from westbound 580. and then a car flipped over but not blocking as you leave tracy, there. that's a few of the only slow spots this morning. it's a spare the air today so if you want to ride mass transit, looking great there. ace out on time today, and no delays on the buses. breaking overnight, a huge fire outside a plant nursery in the los angeles area. this was in gardenia which is south of los angeles there's a maze of freeways in that area and a lot of people reported the fire as they
freeway. you could see a lot of pallets in the nursery that fueled the fire. investigators are expected to be out there sometime this morning, in fact, any minute now, trying to figure out what caused the big fire. back to you. happening today in san francisco a group of seniors and people with disabilities holding a media conference to ask muni officials for more time to safely cross the street. they want to increase the amount of time traffic signals give you the time to walk across. they made the same plea five years ago. they are hoping to eliminate traffic deaths by 2024. and then the police department looking for a good few men and women. the department plans to hire 150 entry-level officers by the end of the year -- or rather end of the 2017/18 fiscal year. they are hosting monthly workshops to help women prepare
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demands, including more housing for african-american students. let's take a look at the rest of the microclimates. and close to 80 in and it's dry this morning, no sun tkpwraeglare yet. it has been light. no metering lights yet and i would say that's going to happen in the next couple of minutes. a live look at the st. louis, missouri, area, still dealing with wide-spread flooding this morning and waters have not receded much since deadly storms ripped through the area, and 20 people died in the state's across the midwest. number six, get ready to squeeze in. your next flight on american airlines could be more uncomfortable because they are cutting leg room by two inches.
united is apparently planning a similar mood. the warriors beat the jazz in game one of the western conference semifinals last night. golden state never trailed in the 106-94 victory. the two teams meet again tomorrow night at oracle. twin sisters by coincidence made april 28th the most incredible day in skwraopblg. >> they gave birth the same day in the same hospital just one room apart. they both welcomed baby boys. >> we always said we wished it would happen growing up and we could raise our kids together and grow up together and we didn't think it would really happen. >> these two boys look really similar. >> they really do. >> everybody is happy, healthy and grateful. the medical staff at the new jersey hospital where the babies were born say they have this happen -- probably never seen it happen, i think is what it should say.
coming back with another full 90 minutes of news including the frightening scenes some highway drivers saw streaking across the sky. a man sitting home when this happened. this is not the first time. why he says he's taking it all in stride. at the live desk we continue tracking breaking news and anything happening nationally or locally. i think we have a breaker coming i think we have a breaker coming in from
towards the rest of us. the marine layer live on doppler 7. here's a look at your 12-hour day planner, 61 to 53 this morning, and 80s and 90s at 4:00, and 70s and 80s at 7:00. here's alexis. we do officially have the bay bridge metering lights on. here's a look at the maze feeling in here, and that happened at 5:25 this morning. a quick check of drive times. overall looking good. westbound 580, tracy to at 41 minutes, and anti-caulk on concord, 18 minutes. we'll look at mass transit agencies coming up in a few. developing news in santa cruz. a big group of students locked inside a university building. >> this is no accident, though,
a protest to get the administrators to meet a list of demands. matt keller is live for us at uc santa cruz. >> reporter: this protest is still going on. check out this door. they have it barricaded. you can see chairs and garbage cans and a big table there trying to keep people out of the hall. they say they are going to be % here until their demands are met. this is the front entrance of kerr hall. all the staff was cleared out and now it's just the black student african alliance. several students were sleeping on the floor and nobody came out to talk to us. and an administrator did tell us they want among other things, more housing and they want the house painted red, green and black. a uc santa cruz spokesman said the chancellor has responded to the demands. >> gave the chancellor a
simple -- a very simple list of demands that will uplift and confirm the humanity of the black people here and make sure they have a safe place for years to come. >> uc santa cruz does not have a large housing fund so there are specific ones we cannot do. >> the spokesperson said as long as it's a peaceful protest they will let it unfold. they are continuing to have a dialogue with the students. matt keller, abc7 news. happening today the defense will have its turn at closing arguments in the sierra lamar murder trial. the closing arguments will be closed this morning. they are trying to convince the jury torres is guilty of murdering the teenager. they are hoping the dna evidence is enough from his car that will
tie him to her death. the defense says she ran away from home and is still alive. he could face the death penalty if convicted. and the family of jackson says it forgives the person who shot him. police have not determined if jackson or his passenger was targeted. the passenger was not rt. jackson's family said he was having issues but was well loved. >> we always hug and kiss when we greet one another, and that's where he comes from. we're not perfect, but we love each other. we're a strong family. >> the shooter is still on the loose. jackson's family says they forgive the suspect because they know that person's family is also hurting. a solana family homeowner says a car crashed right into his home.
the homeowner says a white suv smashed into his back bedroom and this is the second time in three months somebody crashed right into that same bedroom. >> i was in my sun room back there watching tv. >> reporter: what did you hear? >> world wa >> preliminary reports are that the driver was drinking. the driver was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. i have more incredible video to show you and it involves a plane about to land across the highway. look at the top right-hand side. this is dashcam video. it caught the moment a small plane crashed about 25 miles north of seattle. this happened during the height of rush hour. apparently the plane lost power at about 500 feet and the pilot couldn't restart it so he attempted to land on a nearby highway. commuters were, of course, horrified. >> i just said, get down, and
before i knew it i could feel the heat on my face and the wing slipped the fan. certainly when it was over i was not sure if we were okay or the van was okay and it was the closest i have come to thinking, oh, this is the end. >> so scary. >> she smiles through that but you know it had to be the most frightening thing. somehow, nobody got hurt. at least not seriously. the pilot and the passenger walked away from that crash. a live desk update from abc7 mornings. >> breaking news overnight, three u.s. service members were hurt after a suicide attack in kabul, afghanistan. that's according to a u.s. navy spokesman. we just got information a short while ago that those military personnel were part of a military convoy and they were targeted in the attack. the attack also killed at least eight afghan civilians and earlier this morning isis claimed responsibility for the attack. back to you. >> thank you. happening today, congress is expected to pass a
trillion-dollar spending bill to keep the government running until september. the agreement includes more money for defense and domestic spending but not president trump's border wall. it also funds california's high speed rail system. this morning republicans are fighting to pass a new health care plan. right now the republicans don't have enough votes to pass this thing. a handful of moderate republicans are opposed to this current gop proposal because it let's states opt out of covering pre-existing conditions. president trump is pushing for a vote before a week-long congressional break. and then b.a.r.t. has technology called a hearing loop. it creates an electronic filter and passengers that use typical hearing aids will be able to flip a switch and get a clearer
sound of announcements or interaction with the agent. and then updating the marina district about under their homes. the facility manufactured a fuel similar to natural gas. one plant was located along fillmore and the other a block away along bay street. pg&e will look for contamination on the bay floor. the meeting will be from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. in building a. look at that in sierra, water levels remain high. it's because of this year's flow from the spring sierra snow-melt. they are anticipating more runoff from now until
you have a chilly reminder to watch out for your pets and children in the hot weather. this dog is alive this morning thanks to san rafael police. they found dexter left alone in the car yesterday and the temperature in the vehicle was 106 degrees. thankfully the doors were unlocked so officers got him out quickly and checked him out and turned him to his owner, who got a citation. yeah, that's a big thing, a citation for leaving your pets in there and can break the windows if they feel the need. couldn't find detail on how many couldn't find detail on how many pets deaths in the children, five deaths so far in 2017. 2017. we average 37 children with
heat-related deaths. on the bay today, afternoon breezes as the sea breeze returns. on the road today, probably the hottest commute. the coast will be cloudy and breezy. here's a look at the entire bay area. right now our air quality is good, but later on during the afternoon and evening commute, we could have poor air quality for those most susceptible. 59 in san ramon. pretty much near 60 in the san ramon valley. mid-50s to mid-60s for the rest of us. you can see the hottest temperatures this morning compared to 24 hours ago. that's also where we are going to have the warmest temperatures today. up in the north bay, we will have 90s and the rest, 70s and 80s. i will show you the dramatic drop in temperatures coming up and a chance of rain for saturday and sunday also. unfortunately, that's a
typical weekday commute there on the bay bridge toll plaza. it looks like it always does. looking typical out of the central valley. westbound 205 to 580, those speeds are going down. we are still around 25, and that's definitely starting to get busy. if you are leaving tracy a little further in there, they are still working to clear a crash involving a vehicle that went off the roadway and it's not blocking but a little onlooker delay. ace rail, no delays for your spare the air day, but ace 7 will have about 106 onboard, but no delays for b.a.r.t., 48 trains in service, and capital corridor looking great this morning, too. caitlyn jenner coming to the bay area today. how can you hear her speak.
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caitlyn jenner makes news today. this will be a conversation between jenner, a retired judge and the man who co-wrote jenner's new book. the commonwealth club is hosting that event and you can look for tickets on their website and the event starts at 7:00 tonight. obama and wife michelle will visit the area today, and they say half of the design work will be done by minority and women-owned businesses. and then a fire that burned many miles in california scorched more than 11.5 miles of land in santa barbara county in june and prompted hundreds of evacuatio evacuations. a man was burning a log in his home when the wind picked up and
filled the home with spoke and the man carried the log outside and dropped embers on the ground and that's what ignited the brush. and then bracing for another round of rain in missouri. there were five deaths and damages the homes, and people doing whatever they can to protect their homes and businesses from swollen rivers. and then kau seeny made similar pass last week and they were hoping to hear the sound of silence because that would mean no dust was hitting the aircraft putting its delicate parts don't know what that is either, and it sounds like white noise to me but it's the sound of thousands of ring particles but
not a lot of dust. it will smash into saturn will not survive. and berkeley's report says the police agencies the police agencies $400,000 in overtime pay. three kittens are safe after being rescued from inside of a cherry-pick khur. animal rescue officer under the machine and saw these faces looking back at her. it appears the kitens were in the vehicle for several days. they will be cared for at the
peninsula humane society before they are ready to be adopted. the fate of a petalubaby pe in the hands of the bay area city council. >> we are talking about a baby pig and the pig's name is hamilton. he's a tail-wagging bundle of joy who hopes to be a legitimate pet in benicia, and that's where kristin moore went to the city council last night trying to alter a long-standing ordinance. >> i asked them to make an exemption because the current ordinance refers to market hogs or farm animals and i asked for them to make an exception for the mini pigs so people could have them as pets. >> after much debate the pigs won and now hamilton is an official benicia resident. >> welcome to the bay area, hamilton. >> want to meet that pig. >> everybody went hog wild -- >> yeah, thanks, mike.
>> well, i always grab it. here's a look at what is going to be the calmest time you see. warm bay to hot inland, and it's ozo ozone, ground level ozone from organic compounds and that kind of stuff. cooling for all arrives tomorrow and a chance of showers and breezy to windy on saturday and sunday. no breeze right now and that means high pressure still sitting on top of us and we will watch the winds at the coast and the cloud cover. it won't make it into the south bay. upper 80s to low 90s once again, and creative ways to beat the heat, you will try to find them and hopefully you do, and palo alto, 87. only 79 in millbrae. could be cooler than that if the breezes cook in sooner. 84 petaluma to 91 in santa rosa.
that's your spread across the north bay. and oakland, 84, and and then low to mid-90s in the east bay valleys. a dramatic drop in temperatures by friday, and those breezes will kick in from saturday to sunday and both have a slight chance of a few showers and then drier and closer to average monday and tuesday. let's find out if the commute is average this morning. alexis. >> we have a beautiful shot of the sunrise here from the bay bridge camera so enjoy the traffic zen while it lasts this morning. westbound 80 highway 4 to the maze in the green at 18 minutes, and about 12 from the bay bridge into san francisco, and san francisco to sfo you are in the green at ten minutes. we did just get word of a minor issue here in the san mateo area. westbound 92 pastel camino
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pump and flipped over. the driver was seriously hurt and gas station workers say safety valves on the pump prevented it from exploding. you remember last week our abc7 news i-team reported about rats chewing through wires and cars, and take a look at this, wires in new york ate through a guy's engine. alex steinfield said his car caught on fire while he was driving to work and a whole family was living hood. skateboarding pro, tony was across the street and recorded the whole thing and afterwards the men posed for a selfie. american airlines is decreasing the leg room in some
of the economy class seats by as much as two inches. people are going to be irritated, right. this will allow american to add more seats and so the distance between the seats could go down to 28 inches depending on what row you are in. cnn is reporting this morning that american is going to have smaller bathrooms, too. good luck. >> i am convinced we will all have to stand. remember when we used to complain about airline food and now there is no food on most airline flights, and that's what this is. >> a smaller bathroom, though? >> i know. >> i don't fit in the bathroom now. i am 6'4", and i have to duck. >> i feel for you, reggie. walnut creek, one of the areas that will be really hot today. concord sets a record high of 92 and we tie one in san jose and the rest will be close but probably not going to set any. remember the dramatic drop in
temperatures? the rest of us about 19 to 21 degrees cooler, so if you hate the heat just give me a day. i promise it will get better. we do have a new problem in the south bay. this is in the milpitas area. this is in the milpitas area. westbound 237 before you get za zanker road. it's going to get worse before we get that cleared. several vehicles stopping to assist right now and we have not gotten word on any injuries but we will have more information on this coming up in ten. why an effort to silence the train's horn has been overruled. >> a community split to break up the school district. some say it would put one group of students at a disadvantage. just getting word of a
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injured. that officer is now on paid administrative leave. several agencies are now involved in the investigation. we're going to keep tracking the story, but right now let's check in with mike nicco for a look at the warm weather today. hi, mike. hi, everybody. live doppler 7 bone dry one against, and 51 to 63 if you are stepping outside right now through 7:00. 65 at the coast with those clouds but 85 already inland by noon. 67 at the coast as the sea breeze kicks in, and notice it's a spare the air, first of the summer season and more on that next. here's alexis. >> great day to uses mass transit since it's spare the air day. westbound 237 before you get to zanker road with a rollover crash, and emergency crews on the way to the scene. if you
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