Skip to main content

tv   ABC7 News 500AM  ABC  June 18, 2018 5:00am-6:00am PDT

5:00 am
now at 5:00, the search for a possible arsonist in the north bay. >> a community rebuilding from the october would fires needs to be on alert for someone setting fires intentionally. >> good morning. it's 5:00 a.m. on this monday, june 18. >> you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. let's start with meteorologist mike nicco. hi there, mike. >> hey, natasha, hey reggie. welcome to monday morning. getting murky out there. i got the clouds overlaid here. that's the gray you see it's increasing over the last three hours. we'll see plenty of sunshine and a little warming trend that will get our temperatures back to where they should be for this time of year. starting off at 7:00, mostly cloudy and mid to upper 50s, 54 to 58. we'll hit 60s at the coast at noon, 70 around the bay. 76 inland. a sunnier sky, also. by 4:00, warmer but still pretty
5:01 am
pleasant. by 7:00, 57 at the coast and about 70 to 72 degrees. a great evening on tap. let's find out more about that commute. we have a new problem in the hayward area, southbound 880 south of state roud 92. we have a sedan, a pickup truck and motorcycle all involved. the two left lanes are involved. at least one of those vehicles did flip over. we possibly have injuries, too. i will follow up on that in just a few minutes. southbound 101 across the golden gate bridge, as usual, we' we'r light if you're commuting in. a series of suspicious fires broke out in santa rosa over the weekend. >> arson investigators are saying they are likely linked. abc 7 news reporter amy hollyfield live in santa rosa this morning. >> reporter: good morning, reggie.
5:02 am
they all happened saturday night, all close to fire station number 10. we're in southwest santa rosa. they say there could have been as many as 13 fires. they were all small grass fires. they all happened within two hours of each other. officials say this was obviously arson. >> suspicious activity, obviously, because of the number of sets in the short number of time in a very small proximity. >> no structures burned, no one was hurt. this all happend in grass along railroad tracks or hiking trails. no arrests have been made. officials do believe the person is using a butane lighter to start these and that the person is traveling on bicycle. fights say they know this community is especially anxious about fires after the october wildfires. they say they now activate help from other jurisdictions quicker than they did before the october
5:03 am
fires. so they are ready to respond. live in santa rosa, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> certainly not what santa rosa needs. amy, thank you. several firefighting agencies contained two grass fires. they pitched in to knock down the flames yesterday afternoon. the fires burned a total of 60 acres along highway 84. chp temporarily shut down several lanes in the pigeon pass area. if you're in the south bay and you see smoke, it's probably coming from joseph d. grant county park. cal fire is planning to do a controlled burn to clear hundreds of acres of brush in the park. fire officials say people in southern share and southern santa clara valley will likely see the smoke today and tomorrow. demonstrations in the bay area calling for a change to the trags's policy of separating
5:04 am
parents and their children who have entered the u.s. illegally. we're getting new footage inside a detention center. this comes as president trump heads to capitol hill to discuss proposals coming up for a vote this week. here is abc's ryan smith. >> reporter: in this morning's "gma first look," outrage of the trump administration's sear rhee tolerance party for undocumented immigrants and asylum seekers is growing. from new jersey where seven congressmen demanded entry into this detention center. protesters marching by the hundreds outside a facility near el paso. farther south in mcgowan, where more than 1,000 detainees, men, women and children are being held temporarily. and these images released by the homeland security, you can see the sprawling array offensed in cells and bare floors. >> i don't think this should be happening and something has to
5:05 am
be done. >> reporter: coming at 7:00 a.m., we'll have full live coverage and the latest response from the white house. with your gma first look, ryan smith, abc news, new york. 5:04 now. most people know about hospitals run by the veterans administration. fewer are aware of the agency running nursing homes. recently released documents show that nearly half of those nursing homes receive the lowest score possible in health quality. three of them are in the bay area, specifically san francisco, palo alto and menlo park. the stats were released after questions about the secrecy from the u.s.a. today. none of the three locations were available for comment this morning. thousands of bay area homes could be flooded by 2045 according to a new climate report. marin county would be the hardest hit spot in the state with nearly 4400 homes flooded. san mateo county is next on the list with 4100 homes.
5:06 am
more than 20,000 homes in california are at risk because of rising sea levels. nationwide, about 311,000 homes are at risk of getting swamped. the report was put together by the union of concerned scientists. retesting results of soil samples from the hunters point naval shipyard will be available next year at the earliest. it will cost $250 million. the u.s. navy will pay for the retesting. this after two whistleblowers after tetra tech admitted to faking samples and falsifying records. the department of public health will run the tests starting next week. london breed will be swarn in as san francisco's mayor next month. breed received the most first place votes in the ranked choice system in san francisco. former state senator mark renault had the number two votes. yesterday on abc 7 mornings,
5:07 am
breed said she's going to hit the ground running. >> the campaign is over. let's move forward. let's work together and i truly believe we have a number of members on the board of supervisors who care about san francisco and care about getting the job done and we will work together to do that. in her first 100 days, breed says she wants to remove all tent encampments and get people into housing. she also wants to hire more police officers. >> you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. let's talk temperatures. we'll start in san francisco where we go from about 53 in sunny side to the financial district at 57. it's only about a three to four-degree spread across the entire city. mid to upper 50s along the bayshore and into the south bay. union city about 60. mid to upper 50s east bay valleys, north bay, a little cooler in daly city. here is a look at santa cruz where it's pretty cloudy. if you go into the ocean today, it will be cloudy, maybe not
5:08 am
quite as much sunshine. if you're exercising, warmer today but very comfortable with light humidity. on the bay, slower breezes. so not as choppy as it was over the weekend. here is a look at the peninsula over the next 12 hours. 61 with cloud cover. sunshine and mid 60s by 10:00. total sunshine for the rest of the day. 70 at noon to mid 70s at about 5:00 and falling back to 66 by 8:00. if you're outsid in the east bay valleys, warmer today and not as breezy as it was over the weekend. 61 with cloud cover. hanging out in the 80s from 2:00 to 4:00. and the east bayshore line, 65. notice the clouds linger a little longer when we go from 60 to 65 from 8:00 to 10:00. sunshine at noon and we'll hang out in the low to mid 70s through 6:00. grab a coat if you're heading out this evening, 64 degrees. some of us may need to run the air conditioners. i'll show you the accuweather
5:09 am
seven-day forecast next. here is alexis with an update. >> we had a crash that sounded like it could be pretty serious. three vehicles involved on the nimitz, southbound 880 just past state route 92. officials are on scene saying it's a little south of there near tennison. hearing we've got a new crash around the westbound 92 and 880 interchange. it looks like heavy traffic as you head towards hayward. although that just disappeared. we'll double check and make sure that's actually there. down to nine miles an hour approaching. hopefully we'll get more lanes open soon. 41 b.a.r.t. trains in service. no issues there. a nice day at san francisco bay ferry. no delays. so r, so good for capitol corridor. normal service and no delays. new from overnight, the audi ceo rupert stadler was detained by german authorities. this is a picture of him from their website. it's all related to the
5:10 am
volkswagen diesel emissions case. this comes after prosecutors last week search his home. german authorities are looking at 20 people suspected of fraud in this case. the probe focuses on cars sold in europe thought to be equipped with software which turned emission controls off during regular driving. volkswagen pleaded guilty to criminal charges in the united states. there are two managers serving prison time here in the u.s. beginning this month caltrans will install what are called mumble strips along highway 1 in marin. they use both noise and vibration alert drivers when they're drifting over the center line. they'll be installed between mill valley and valley ford road near the county line. construction should finish in october. wow. he must be dead. are you dead, sir? >> whoa. video shows a local doctor
5:11 am
mocking and pulling one of her patients. more clips surfacing and the hospital is now responding. concern this morning after an incident involving a popular eagle family in the south bay. jimmy kimmel goes one-on-one with senator ted cruz and kimmel gets personal. let's take you live outside. let's take you live outside. the bay bridge glittering away let's take you live outside. the bay bridge glittering away crystal geyser alpine springpasses through here, and is bottled right here. at the mountain source. naturally. crystal geyser is the only major u.s spring water bottled at the mountain source. naturally.
5:12 am
♪ ♪ legendary jockey víctor espinoza is insatiable when it comes to competing. ♪ ♪ so is his horse. ♪ ♪ when it comes to snacking. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ that's why he uses the chase mobile app, to pay practically anyone, at any bank. life, lived victor's way. chase. make more of what's yours.
5:13 am
how far does crystal geyser alpine spring water travel from its source to the bottle? less than a mile and a half. crystal geyser. always bottled at the mountain source. naturally.
5:14 am
one of many devastating scenes in michigan where there is historic damage from rain. a flash flood ripped apart this road yesterday in houghton, that's near lake superior or as alexis told me, pretty much canada. more than 60 sinkholes reported in michigan. luckily no reports of injuries so far. i want to take a look at what's going to happen today as we look at walnut creek right there. you're going to see our inland neighborhoods in the north bay and east bay get the warming trend first while the rest of us will wait until tomorrow. this one coming up in my accuweather seven-day forecast. >> a doctor in los gatos is under investigation after a patient complained of the doctor being physically and verbally
5:15 am
abusive. abc 7 news reporter carolyn tyler has the story. >> sit up, come on. sit up. >> i can't. >> sit up. >> this emergency room doctor is banned from working at el camino hospital los gatos after she was caught on camera mocking and cursing one of her patients. >> i knew from when she said something to the security guard, i already knew from that point, i said, hey, can you please take out your phone. i need you to take out your phone now because i have a feeling something is going to happen. >> reporter: samuel bardwell collapsed during basketball practice and waited more than three hours to be scene. he said he told the doctor he was numb, in extreme pain and having trouble breathing. >> i just tried to inhale and i even told her i could not inhale. >> you can't inhale. wow, he must be dead. are you dead, sir? i don't understand.
5:16 am
you are breathing just fine. >> reporter: he says from there, the tangent with the doctor escalated unprovoked. >> no. you have changed your story every [ bleep ] time. >> reporter: the hospital ceo saying in a statement that the physician's demeanor was unprofessional and not the standard of all we require who provide care through el camino hospital. we have expressed our sincere apologies and are working directly with the patient on this matter. carolyn tyler, abc 7 news. >> a doctor is not going to curse at me when i'm in the bed trying to recover. >> obviously we didn't see everything that transpired, but it's hard to understand how it escalated to that point. officials in the south bay on the lookout from one of two baby bald eagles. >> the tree the parents made a home is in the curtain elementary school in milpitas. city officials have blocked off
5:17 am
the area around the tree. drivers are asked to watch out for the eaglet. an electrical malfunction is blamed for starting a fire at the torch light in the santa cruz boardwalk. all 69 people in the hotel were able to get out. the american red cross is helping the guests with housing options. one of the victims of last week's roller coaster derailment in florida is speaking out on gma. nine people were hurt riding the sand blaster coaster in the daytona boardwalk. amanda bostick was thrown 34 feet to the ground and says she was just praying for the coaster to stop. >> i remember hearing a lot of screeching, a lot of sounds that just weren't right. i closed my eyes. i held on. i remember being airborne, feeling as if i was falling. and then the next thing i
5:18 am
remember was coming to on the ground looking up. >> she suffered a concussion, deep bruises and cuts. state officials say the roller coaster passed a state inspection just hours before that derailment happened. 5:18 now. jimmy kimmel took on senator ted cruz in a one-on-one charity basketball game over the weekend. >> kimmel also using that as an opportunity to take a shot at cruz on immigration. >> did you spend more time this week practicing basketball than trying to get those kids out of that detenton center? [ cheers and applause ] >> whoo. cruz recently said seeing children separated from parents is heartbreaking but it's inevitable when the family members cross the border illegally. as for the game, they each pledged $10,000 of their own money. we don't have much footage yet because jimmy kimmel plans on doing more of this tonight on
5:19 am
"jimmy kimmel live!." i should say i think it's 11:35 when that comes on because we have abc 7 news at 11:00. >> you can watch that and keep watching afterwards. hey there, mike. >> hi, guys. drew probably told you last night and i'll reiterate the big warming trend that's coming in. it's going to get really hod for the weekend, talking possibly 100s trying to slip into san francisco. let's go through it day by day. here we are, 5:19 on this monday. san jose, 101 and 80 where the clouds are increasing. grab the sunglasses, you'll have early sunshine. we'll be brighter today and warmer than we were yesterday and definitely calmer. cool to partly cloudy tonight. several warm to hot days through my forecast.
5:20 am
you can see by 7:00, they're starting to make a march off towards the east. as far as san francisco goes, we'll break out in sunshine, especially on the bay side. on the coast side a little grayer with temperatures running from about 56 to 63 at 4:00. could hit upper 60s on the bay side for highs. 58 at 7:00. 4:00 in 70. low to mid 70s low to mid 70s low t o mid 70s for millbrae. upper 50s along the coast. the south bay starting off at 58 warming to about 78 by 4:00. in between, 76 in milpitas. in the north bay, warmer than yesterday even though we're starting off cooler in the low 50s. end up in the mid to upper in most neighborhoods. you see the 80s coming back today. here is my accuweather seven-day forecast.
5:21 am
what you're going to notice is the first heat wave peaks tomorrow, pulls back wednesday and thursday and then a more robust warming trend for friday, saturday and sunday. here is alexis. >> good morning, mike. we still have a headache in the hayward area, we've got a three-car crash involving a rollover southbound 880 past 92. that's blocking two left lanes. we have a secondary crash just behind that one, right up der 92. we don't have any injuries involved. they're already calling for a tow truck. that continues to stack up. that's heading toward state route 238 and will add 15, 20 minutes to your commute. getting busier at the bay bridge toll plaza. have not gotten official word yesterday. it looks like the metering lights have been turned on this morning. our drive times doing okay, westbound 80, highway 4 to the maze, 17 minutes. southbound 101, san francisco to sfo looking great at nine minutes. >> thanks, alexis.
5:22 am
>> the city's last video rental store closed after being in business for nearly 40 years. abc 7 news was inside five star video in solano avenue when customers rented movies for the last time. owner andy katz bought the store in the 1980s when vhs was high tech. katz reflected on how it feels to go out of business. >> it's a strange day. i've known it's coming, but when it actually is upon you, you feel different. you feel different. mixed emotions. five-star plans an on core for next month. that's when the video store will sell off its collection of dvds. a great white shark washed up on the beach? santa cruz. the cron castro valley reports a shark researcher doesn't think any of the wounds killed the
5:23 am
shark. it's at a lab where analyst will try to determine what killed it. fishing season is open for salmon. they predict a lot of 12 to 18-pound fish this season instead of the young salmon years.men saw the last few recreational angullers up next, the 7 things you need to know before you go. >> the proposal to give san francisco high speed der net francisco high speed der net access is in big
5:24 am
5:25 am
5:25. here are the 7 things you need to know before you go. >> number one, former first lady laura bush is calling the trump administration's policy of separating immigrant parents from their children cruel and immoral. she adds it's breaking her heart. the former first lady wrote an
5:26 am
op ed in the washington post. number two, investigators looking into a series of suspicious fires in santa rosa. the largest burned a quarter acre, no building damaged, no one reported hurt. police are investigating after a man was spotted multiple times secretly taking photos of i don't know children. the mow recent over the weekend at the san mateo county fair. number four, at tleeft three people are dead after a 6.1 magnitude quake in japan. one of the victims was a 9-year-old girl. the quake was centers in osaka in western japan. number five, weatherwise, the cool breess over the weekend are over. temperatures will get back to average today which means near 60 at the coast, 70s around the bay, 80s inland. today one of our more comfortable days moving forward. >> our biggest issue on the roads is a rollover in the hayward area, it involved three
5:27 am
vehicles total. southbound 880 past state route 92 before you get to tennison. the backup looks like just over three miles. three miles. number seven, beyonce's and jayc jay-z's album was dropped over the weekend. >> if i were the louvre, i would say you can shoot here for free. after this everyone will go to the louvre and dance. coming back with another 90 minutes of news including the impact male-in ballots had. a popular bay area band tries to bounce back after it's tries to bounce back after it's hit by
5:28 am
5:29 am
the battle over illegal immigration and separating children from their parents is
5:30 am
intensifying. now first lady melania trump and a former first lady are weighing in. crews taking action after mosquitos tested positive for west nile virus. a bay area brewery is getting creative with a new beer going after lebron james. >> good morning on this monday, june 18th. >> you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. for the fathers out there, we have a warmup on the way. >> a little warming trend, absolutely. let's take a look what's going opinion. you may want to find air conditioning several times this week as it's going to get pretty robust. astronomical summer begins in the middle of the week. the gray marching from left to right or west to east across your screen right now. let's see what it does to our temperatures. it doesn't hang around long. 54 to 60 at 7:00. we'll stay near 60 at the coast with 68 to 76 bay and inland.
5:31 am
75 to 81. so back to average by 4:00. about 70 to 72. a comfortable evening at 7:00 in case you want to make dad dinner again. why not? >> good morning, mike. unfortunately we do have an issue this morning in hayward. a three-vehicle crash on southbound 880 south of 92 before tennison. they're still working on cleaning that up. the two left lanes are blocked. we also have a crash at the 880 connector. down to 21 and 16 miles an hour approaching that. in the meantime, bay bij metering lights have been turned on so starting to fill in through the maze. we'll check out drive times next. the trump administration's practice of separating children from their parents at the border is coming under increasing fire. >> not only democrats but the first lady and a former first lady are weighing in. abc's stephanie ramos joins us live in washington with the latest details.
5:32 am
good morning, stephanie. >> natasha and reggie, good morning. the number of children taken away from their parents after crossing into the united states illegally is now at about 2,000 children. despite criticism from lawmakers and heartbreaking images, the administration's zero-tolerance policy is still in place. this morning an all-out battle brewing over president trump's continual policy of separating children from their parents who illegally cross the border. lawmakers protesting with immigration advocates, even visiting a detention center outside new york city. >> we spoke to fathers whose children have been ripped from their arms, who have no idea when or if they'll see their children again. >> reporter: some lawmakers calling president trump's zero-tolerance policy inhumane and un-american. >> there's no policy justification for this. it's all political. >> reporter: today undocumented immigrants who cross the border illegally are being charged with a criminal offense instead of a
5:33 am
civil offense, so their kids are being taken away, even those individuals seeking asylum. many of the kids seen sleeping on mats at this facility in mcgowan, texas, where families are being held. trump's former chief strategist steve bannon pushing the agenda on "this week." >> the morality is the law. they're criminals when they come across illegally. >> reporter: first lady melania trump commenting for the first time. she believes we need to be a country that follows all laws but also a country that governs with heart. even former first lady laura bush blasting the poll seerks writing an op ed, i live in a border state. i appreciate the need to protect our boundaries. this zero-tolerance policy is cruel. it is immoral and it breaks my heart. president trump is set to meet with republican lawmakers in congress on tuesday to talk
5:34 am
immigration. there are two immigration bills that will be heard on the house floor this week. reporting live from washington, stephanie ramos, abc 7 news. natasha, back over to you. >> stephanie, thank you. meanwhile, a large group of people spent father's day in richmond protesting the policy. about 60 people demonstrated outside the west county detention facility where i.c.e. has housed undocumented detainees. one man got emotional describing the situation. >> i just think it's not very american, and i feel like if i was a father and my son was taken away, i'd want people to support us. i don't know. it gets me. i just think it's really wrong. >> house minority leader nancy pelosi will visit the u.s.-mexico border to see the impact of the administration's efforts to crack down on illegal immigration there. the u.s. border patrol says an suv that crashed in texas
5:35 am
killing five people was involved in a smuggling operation. agents saw the vehicle traveling with two others about 25 miles from the mexico border. agents pulled two of them over. but the third vehicle led vehicles on a clays and went out of control at more than 100 miles per hour. it was pacted with 14 people. police arrested the driver who is a u.s. citizen. parents are creeped out and are warning other families about a man who likes to take photos of kids he doesn't know. >> the most recent incident happened this week into at the san mateo county fair. abc 7 news reporter matt keller live at san jose police headquarters this morning. >> reporter: good morning, san mateo police say they're still investigating this man who claims to be an amateur photographer, but says so far doesn't appear he's done anything illegal. >> we did look through the photos on his camera. he had deleted the ones he took of the reporting party's children, and there was no other
5:36 am
suspicious photographs on there. >> reporter: saturday nitrogen fer saw a stranger taking pictes of her 3-year-old son while he was getting his face painted at the san mateo county fair. she snapped two photos of him which we blurred because he has not been interested. she says he didn't appear to be an amateur photographer. >> he had a hand-held digital camera from like 2001 and he was keeping it hidden in his hand taking pictures. it wasn't like you could see the camera unless you were really looking at him. >> reporter: another mom who did not want to be identified said the same man took a picture of her 2-year-old son while she was shoping at a grocery store in burlingame last week. san francisco police are looking to spook with anyone who may have seen this man taking pictures. matt keller, abc news.
5:37 am
right now at least three people are dead after a 6.1 magnitude earthquake hit japan. i want to show you this new video from overnight. you can see the shaking. sadly one of the victims was a 9-year-old school girl. she died when a concrete wall at her school fell. two other deaths were men in their 80s. meanwhile hundreds of others were injured. this quake was centered in osaka in west attorney japan as commuters were heading to work. there are reports of several more deaths that need to be confirmed at this point. you can see tens of thousands of people are without power or water right now. in fact, the schools across the country as well closed for fear that more walls could come tumbling down. i'll be watching for updates throughout our newscast and i'll have an update when we get it. voter turnout from the june 5th primary is expected to exceed numbers in the last midterm primary. fire counties in california including napa and san mateo turned to mail-in ballots.
5:38 am
it's up 39% in four years ago. san mateo is still counting ballots. officials say they'll use the same model of mail-in two warming trends this week. the second one much warnler and it's going to last through the weekend. waking up 60 in hayward and union city. fremont 61. everyone else in the mid to upper 50s along the east bayshore. that's pretty much what we have everywhe everywhere. mountain view at 60. 52 in pacifica. a look at the cloudiness hovering over the san mateo bridge. haven't heard of any drizzle or fog yet. we're looking westbound towards the peninsula. pretty nice driving today, just a little cloudy this morning. you'll enjoy the lighter breez if you're on the ferry today. mass transit will be cool this mornin warm at your stops or stations this afternoon. unless you're in san francisco,
5:39 am
of course, where it's 56 this morning. the greatest amount of cloud cover is going to be here and along the coast. that's why you're going to be in the low to mid 60s throughout the afternoon hours. down to 56d this evening. for the south bay, warmer, faster sunshine. at 10:00, sunny and 67. mid 70s at noon to upper 70s throughout the afternoon hours. back to mid 70s by 6:00. 68 with sunshine at 8:00. pretty comfortable there. in the north bay, cloudy through 8:00. a lot of sunshine at 10:00, 63. near 70 at noon, low to mid 70s from 1:00 to 6:00. down to 65, a nice evening in the north bay. we'll mash hit triple digits in the seven-day forecast. some traffic this morning on a monday? >> unfortunately we do have a hot spot this morning. let's get to hayward. southbound 880 past state route 92 approaching tennison, still trying to clean up a rollover
5:40 am
crash that involved three vehicles, a sedan, pickup truck. not sure which one of those flipped. but we have the two left lanes blocked at this point. we have another crash in the area around the 92 and 880 connector. that was much more nine nor. they're working on clearing that, too. using our distance measuring tool, you're backed up for about four miles, just to about 238, that connection if you're coming in from castro valley. that's our biggest issue so far today. it's been there for close to an hour. hopefully we'll get those lanes back open shortly or at least one of them. westbound 580 tracy to dublin, stop and go, one hour and two minutes. westbound 4 antioch to concord in the green at 17. southbound 101 sfran rafael francisco in the green at 18 minutes. several city leaders including san francisco's late mayor ed lee have been pushing for a locally run broadband system for years.
5:41 am
now "the examiner" reports the current mayor voted against the issue on the november ballot. he didn't give a reason why. he had until tomorrow to submit a tax proposal. the story behind this reunion will make you hug your pet a little tighter this morning. morning. a popular bay area band
5:42 am
for switching to progressive? [ engine revving ] you cannot hear me at all, can you?
5:43 am
5:44 am
if you're not staying with us today, maybe heading out and about, 64 with a little sunshine. notice the winds aren't fast enough to get rid of the clouds there, but down in fresno, they'll be 90, low 70s around san diego and los angeles. 98 in palm springs. 84 in yosemite. a partly cloudy lake tahoe this morning. it will stay that way, making f 67. the coolest afternoon, ahh warming trend gelts us to 75 tomorrow. a couple of record highs threatened wednesday and sunday. a san francisco band is coming home after all of its gear was tell len from a hotel parking lot from the beginning of its tour. ♪ >> the stone foxes were in dallas earlier this month when their equipment got stolen. their gear was stored inside a trailer which was attached to their van. the van was insured, but
5:45 am
everything else inside of it valued at $70,000 wasn't. fans started a gofundme page. rock and roll hall of famer sammy hagar donated and tweeted about the fund-raising effort. >> at first we saw, sammy hagar, that's got to be somebody joking around. then he tweeted it out and posted about it. what a sweet man. >> the band now has insurance covering their gear and plans to carry the most valuable and sentimental items with me. so far the gofundme page has raised more than $23,000. we have a link on our website at abc7news.com. >> that's great. it's 5:45 now. happening today, gaming disorder will be officially recognized as a medical condition. it will be a snu draft in the world health organization's classification of diseases. it cannot only make gamers more likely to receive tweemt. insurance companies may be more likely to cover it as well.
5:46 am
for the diagnosis to be made, negative behavior generally needs to last for at least a year. a remarkable reunion to tell you about between his man and his kidnapped dog. there is a happy ending and this is it. when the owner sees his dog named titan for the first time in three months. he says someone took the dog from his enclosed back yard in texas. the man says the aspca in greenville, south carolina, called him earlier this month and asked if his dog was missing, sent him photos. sure nf it was titan. titan was in bad shape but couldn't open one of his eyes. the bond between the two is strong. the owner made the thousand mile trip to pick up his pooch. the sad thing is the dog was found along the side of the road. they thought whoever stole him possibly was abusing him or had him in fights. vector control is going to
5:47 am
spray portions of santa clara county after pos kitos tested positive for west nile virus. >> it start tomorrow need centered at reid and east evelyn avenue. residents are asked to close their windows and bon i don't know swe were j during the commercial break, the nine-track album titled "everything is love" is sending the internet into a frenzy. here is the cool music video. ♪ >> the surprise alum dropped saturday and is recorded under the name the carters. >> i was going to say his main contribution to that sound bite was brrrr. >> that's a lot. >> this video was shot in may at the louvre in paris.
5:48 am
the couple currently on their on the run tour. >> i did stop everything i was doing when i saw the alert come over my phone. >> of course you did. what's happening? how do warriors fans quench their first for winning? how about a glass of lebron tears? >> san francisco's bear bottle brewery has released a special ipa called lebron tears. the brewery wrote on instagram, we took the tears from sir james' game one lost and distilled them into a hazy ipa just for you. >> this is new video of lebron james finding out about the beer. joking, of course. it's that clip that never gets hold from game one of the finals when lebron had had it with the media and walked out and said, be better tomorrow. >> is he crying those tears into his $41,000 bag? >> lebron is fine. >> apparently lebron's tears
5:49 am
must taste like cantaloupe. >> at least he's not bitter. >> that's true. >> can probably fit about 18 beers in that man purse, too. he'll stay well hydrated. let's take a look so maybe he can cry next year when we win again. let's take a look at what's going on outside. it's more cloudy than foggy this morning. there's a little bit of haze out there. as you look at the golden gate bridge, you can see the entire span up and down and north and sound. summer breezes, they're going to be back. that means they'll be a little slower today. that's going to allow warmer weather today and tomorrow. in fact, for the most part we're going to be warmer than average the rest of the week away from the coast. we're going to have a couple of warming trends today. it will pull back on wednesday and it will get really warm this weekend. you can always go to the coast for the heat relief. the breezes about 12 miles per hour in the inland neighborhoods, only three to five around the bay itself.
5:50 am
you can definitely see the sea breeze is down. you can see by noon pretty much all the cloud cover is back to the coast. by 7:00 it's starting to make that march to the east for the overnight hours, keeping us cool once again. mid to upper 70s through most of the south bay. we'll have mid to upper 70s for most of the peninsula and 71 in millbrae. how about upper 50s along the coast to low 60s and then mid to upper 60s on the bay side of san francisco. we'll have mid to upper 70s through most of the north bay. you get north, mid 80s there. low to mid 70s along the east bayshore with oakland to 70, 76 in fremont. as you move inland, low to mid 80s. let's take a look at my accuweather seven-day forecast. we peak tomorrow, pull back wednesday and thursday and we'll wednesday and thursday and we'll be100 i
5:51 am
neighborhoods. southbound 880 in hayward we have a three-vehicle crash south of state route 92. it's been there for a while. but one of those vehicles flipped over. that's part of what's taking so long to clean up. two left lanes are blocked. you're jammed solid for a little over four miles up to state route 238, down to 9 miles an hour, 16 miles an hour approacher. if you can use 238 for an alternate, i recommends that, or surface streets. checking out mass transit, just a quick heads-up if you use golden gate ferry, there are schedule changes that go into effect today. sausalito and tiburon weekday trips, a few of those leaving five minutes earlier. if you tend to cut it close, you might not want to do that today. there's no changes to the larkspur ferry. new at 6:00, using the commute one ferry at a time. the new service launching today. a local company directly impacted by the me too movement is making big changes to its sexual harassment policy. sexual harassment policy. tourists
5:52 am
5:53 am
5:54 am
at 5:54. this is a live look at san rafael, southbound on 101. this is one of the areas that will see the biggest warming today. nearly six to seven degrees while the rest of us warm just a couple degrees here and there. not noticeable until we get that big warming trend tomorrow and this weekend. take a look at your screen. this is really scary. part of the ceiling crashing down on people inside a tourist center in china. this happened yesterday in w huayin city. some managed to jump out of the
5:55 am
way. at least nine people were hurt. rescuers had to free people trapped under the debris. no word yet on what caused that ceiling to come down. netflix has updated its sexual harassment policies for film crews. >> netflix crew members should not flirt, give lingering hugs nor stare at anyone for longer than five seconds. flirting and asking for a colleague's phone number are forbidd forbidden. netflix was one of the first companies to be impact bded by the me too movement. just got a little bit of news in for traffic this morning, southbound 880 south of state route 92 in hey barred, three-kr three-car crash involving a rollover. we also have a secondary crash in the area. we have a delay from just north of 238, about a four-mile
5:56 am
stackup. everybody else looking okay. typical at the bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights on at about 5:22 this morning. hey, mike. >> they, alexis. native american heritage night tonight as the giants host the marlins. going to be a typically breezy and mostly sunny start, about 58 degrees. we'll drop down to about 56. >>et's keep it at san francisco. let's tell you what's going on with pride. your forecast, friday 75, saturday 79 and then about 74 degrees on sunday. temperatures in the 50s during the overnight hours. that's it for me. let's get more news with reggie. soccer fans in the bay area went crazy after a major upset in the world cup. abc 7 news was in san jose where a big crowd in avaya stadium watched as mexico beat the reigning champ germany 1-0. >> it brings everybody together. everything makes sense at the time when mexico wins. it's how everybody comes
5:57 am
together, puts everything else aside. >> we beat the defending world champs right now! >> if you thought local fans were excited, in mexico city fans celebrating the winning goal caused sensors to detect an artificial earthquake. >> so funny. one san francisco supervisor wants to increase recycling in the city and the plan could cost business owners. new data reveals just how many bay area homes are at risk because of rising sea levels. which community also be hit hardest. hardest. a sea
5:58 am
5:59 am
a community rebuilding after devastating fires on the alert for someone setting fires on purpose. a live look outside this
6:00 am
morning. gray on gray to start. if you liked yesterday, you're in luck. good morning. welcome to monday, june 18. >> you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. >> hi, everybody. welcome to monday mostly cloudy sky over sfo at about 60 degrees. i'll keep an eye on it. f in the mid 50s to about 60 this morning. a little warmer than yesterday morning. you're going to notice not as breezy today, slightly warmer except for the coast, of course. where it will be 60. low to mid 70s around the bay at noon. mid 70s to low 80s. still comfortable and more so at 7:00, low 70s. let's bring alexis in and find

128 Views

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on