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look behind me. looks like they are starting to wrap up. police are on the scene and have taken down the police tape, however this is very unnerving, though, for bart riders as they get here and see police here at their bart station. here's what happened, officers got the call at 2:30 this morning there had been a stabbing here at the warm springs bart station in the parking lot. so they did find the victim. he was out on the street in his car. he was alive. he was taken to the hospital. but this just adds to the fears of bart riders given how much safety has been in the conversation lately on bart. the death of 18-year-old nia wilson last month at the bart station in oakland called into question whether bart is doing enough to keep its riders safe. riders tell us they would like to see more safety measures in place. >> my reaction to this, it's nothing new. it's sad we live in a world like this that it keeps continuing
and continuing. there's nothing being done about it. >> reporter: now there are two crime scenes out here this morning because the man was stabbed in the parking lot, so police have been focused on that area looking for evidence but they found him in his car on warm springs boulevard. they've also been looking out there. a lot of activity here for commuters as they arrive here for their trains. no arrests have been made, no motive in this attack has been given. the station is open and trains are running. live in fremont, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> thank you. good to know it's not really affecting the bart commuters, but let's check with alexis on the commute overall this morning. >> yeah. overall we've been looking great today. we haven't had any major blocking issues. just typical slow spots starting to fill in including the bay bridge toll plaza. we're looking at this from our emeryville camera today. all the folks approaching the metering lights, those were on about 5:28 this morning. very typical and average commute.
don't have any major slowedowns to talk about. tracy to dublin, 54 minutes in the red, westbound antioch to concord in the yellow at 24 and san rafael to san francisco you're in the green at 16 minutes. let's head over to meteorologist mike nicco now with a look at the forecast. >> let's start with our day planner, which pretty much overcast this morning, temperatures in the upper 50s to mid 60s. pretty mild thanks to an ocean that's a little warmer than it should be this time of year. we'll all be in the 60s. we'll sit there at noon and our temperatures will jump into the 70s away from the coast by 4:00 an most of us dropping back into the 60s by 7:00. here's the latest on lane. since we last talked, honolulu, oahu under a warning meaning you will feel conditions in less than 36 hours. to the wests in less than 48 hours you can possibly feel the conditions. flood warning for the big island that's the dark green, flood watch for everybody else. good news the latest update down to 130-mile-per-hour winds,
barely a category 4 and it's going to drop down to a tropical storm as it skirts just to the south of all the islands. heavy rain coming and heavy surf. more coming up. here's reggie. >> thank you. more on that hurricane now. we are tracking the impact it's having on the islands and here in the bay area. >> local crews are already in hawaii to help. abc 7 news reporter matt keller is following any issues live at manetta/san jose this morning. >> hi, jessica and reggie, many airlines are waving those fees to rebook those flights if you want to cancel right now, but as we saw in terminal b at the san jose airport you can't keep everyone away from flying to a hurricane. for many of them this is a vacation that was planned for a long time. of course those plans could reality theyically once fie opened up shelters there. schools, parks, government buildings are closing today and tomorrow. officials are concerned many roads could become impassable.
some of the people we spoke with this morning say this is just an adventure. >> they're going to cancel flights or something like that. >> they're going to get wet whether in the water or coming down on you. >> reporter: help is also on the way from the bay area. firefighters from the menlo park fire protection district, san jose and other departments are among 36 members of a task force that left early yesterday. it took 40,000 pounds of search and rescue equipment with them. it appears flights are still headed to hawaii. i checked flight aware and only a handful of flights into hawaii are canceled or holidadelayed. matt keller, abc 7 news. >> thank you. this morning the search is on for a missing woman on the peninsula. palo alto police are searching for 66-year-old wamaitha miller. they say she's at risk there are been no confirmed sightings since saturday.
she drives a silver 2000 mercedes benz with a license plate number dp 2 hlu. we are hearing from president trump he did a new cable news interview and talking to "fox and friends" and he falsely said his payments to two women claiming to have had affairs to him aren't campaign violations and thinks they aren't because the money came from his personal funds. again, they would be still violations under the law. here's what he had to say about his former personal attorney michael cohen and possible impeachment. >> you know, i guess it's something like high crimes and all -- i don't know how you can impeach somebody who has done a great job. he didn't do big deals, did small deals, not somebody that was with me that much. they make it sound like i didn't live without him. i understood michael cohen very well. >> the president tweeted overnight non, rigged witch hunt.
new at 6:00, a feud between a san jose school board and its superintendent has taken a new turn. the superintendent has been granted a restraining order against a member of the alum rock district board. according to "the mercury news" khan tran berated the superintendent during a meeting and also threatened her. tran says the claims are mischaracterized. bower has been embroiled with a battle with the school board over district finances. the trustees blame her for the trouble but multiple investigations found the board is to blame for those issues. in the east bay two teenage girls are called heros for life-saving actions they took over the weekend. >> the girls saw a house on fire in livermore and ran inside to rescue the people and pets who lived there. before firefighters got to the scene 19-year-old sara callson and 17-year-old gabby smith tried getting everyone out including the three family dogs. >> we saw the flames so i kept
going and then we were so shocked and like what do we do. >> she charges in after me just screaming. get out, get out. there's a fire. i'm asking about all their animals. i was on the phone with the police. >> they saved our lives, o our pets' lives. they put their own live in danger. >> the home was badly damaged. friends have set up a gofundme page to raise money for the family and find a link on our website abc7news.com. a brazen robbery at a north bay apple store as customers look on. the images police hope will lead them to the suspects. >> new at 6:00, miss america leading a call for the pageant's entire board to resign. she is sitting down with abc news this morning for her first interview. you are never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. hello fog. let's see what it does to our temperatures today. four to nine degrees below average. comfortable in the 60s and 70s. we'll see if we can
here's what to expect from hurricane lane. through saturday morning damaging surf, 20, 25 foot surf, we'll have rainfall up to 20 inches, flash flooding is going to happen and winds at least 39 to 74 miles per hour. so we will have some wind damage. for us back at home 56 in daly city, the rest of us around 60 on the peninsula. low to mid 60s in most neighborhoods, los gatos 54, santa rosa and san rafael upper 50s. delays announced at sfo. check ahead. exercising, nothing extreme today. water temperatures up at our beaches even though the sunshine will be down. light breezes over the bay. alexis? >> we have one new issue for the bay bridge commute. the metering lights are on, have almost been on for an hour now. you're heavy getting into san francisco as well. just checked in with chp sound like there is a tire tread and bumper blocking one of the middle lanes around fifth. our traffic maps, wecht s can se delay. about 25-mile-an-hour average if
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e-mails exposed sexist and lewd comments from executives and now the current miss america says the organize has silenced, manipulated and bullied her under carlson's leadership. 24-year-old cara monday wrote a letter last week saying during her reign she was bullied. she says she tried to bring up her concerns but they were not heard. >> i didn't get reached out to until midnight the day after i released the letters. i had an event the next day and i was sleeping. there was a call with my former sisters i wasn't invited to be on and an e-mail went out saying we're going to discuss the concerns and again, i didn't have my voice heard. >> carlson denies the allegations and she addressed cara directly in a statement saying, quote, i have never bullied or silenced you. she also says a sponsor stopped giving the organize $75,000 in scholarships as a direct result of the allegations. this morning we're learning about the data throttling problems south bay firefighters
faced when they were battling the mendocino complex fires last month. district fire chief anthony boden says their efforts on the fire lines were impeded verizon restricted their use when they exceeded the plan limit. a command and communications rig was barely functioning when its speed was reduced of the internet connection. >> our bigger concern is what happens on the public's end during a disaster and will the public have, you know, unrestricted access to get the information that we're providing to them during these large emergencies or disasters. >> verizon released a statement that says in part, quote, we have a practice to remove data speed restrictions when contacted in emergency situations and in this situation we should have lifted the speed restriction. this was a customer support mistake. police in the north bay are asking you to take a look at these robbery suspects. central ma rin police say five
entered the apple store around noon yesterday, grabbed a bunch of electronics off the display tables and took off. they drove away in a black honda sedan with a taped over license plate. no customers were injured. the suspects made off with about $19,000 in goods. look at this, like a scene out of a movie, a walk on the beach with the sand glowing blue bow neath your feet. david finley recorded this video last week in australia about 120 miles south of sydney. you can see that vibrant glow actually not coming from the sand, it's actually algae in the ocean that sparkles when the waves hit the shore. it looks like glitter. it's beautiful to see today probably not the best day for the beach, is it? >> it's going to be not quite as bright as yesterday. we had some sunshine at the beach yesterday. today probably cloudy. the temperatures warmer in the water than this time of year. normally in the low 60s, it's in
the upper 50s. >> balmy. let's jump in. >> take off the wet suits and jump right in. sorry. never does get warm, does it? >> you are never more than seven minutes away. i want to start with a picture a second ago and you can see it's still dark but see drops on the camera there. it's been raining for the last 18 years. i will post these ads as we get deeper into the morning hours and conditions continue to decline across the islands as we head through the morning hours. check it out. here's a look at walnut creek, cloudy this morning, about 61 degrees. slower sunshine today means cooler temperatures than yesterday by a few degrees. definitely below average. a blanket of clouds will come in and mist along the coast. we could see that repeat tomorrow morning and looks like we've got a whole entire week and a half to maybe two weeks of cooler than average temperatures to at least no excessive heat. a look at the cloud cover and
see it's stout around the bay at lunch hourrile along the cst andnitri triefly evening rush hour. temperatures 73 milpitas, nothing has changed on the peninsula. all the temperatures about the same as yesterday. near 60 along the coast with mid 60s in downtown and south san francisco and across the golden gate. mid 70s to low 80s through the north bay valleys. upper 60ss to low 70s along the east bay shore. last stop our east bay valleys, upper 70s to low 80s in most neighborhoods. we'll be in the same temperature regime tomorrow, maybe a little warmer inland saturday and sunday and then lose whatever warmth we get monday, tuesday, wednesday is good morning. i want to head back to the bay bridge commute here. we are seeing a little delay as you head into san francisco. that's due to some tire tread and a bumper. i don't know where the vehicle is that lost the items but they're in the middle lanes around fifth street. we've got chp on the scene there. they are working to clear that and running a few traff area.
you're stop and go once you hit or just get past the yerba buena island area. westbound 37 before mare island a crash involving the slow lane. it doesn't sound too serious. a vehicle is sort of wedged under the semi. doesn't sound like there's injuries. drive times looking okay, southbound 101, santa rosa to petaluma, 14 minutes. 13 minute drive westbound 580 castro valley to the maze, 280 to 680 at 13 minutes "good morning america" is coming up at 7:00 here on abc 7. >> and ginger zee is live for us from new york and i know ginger, along with mike nicco, looking at this hurricane and i'm originally from hawaii and i have family that still lives there. they're very concerned this morning. >> and as well they should be because that high pressure that's just to the east of it really determining how close it gets to the hawaiian islands. we will look at how far out those winds do end up, you know, getting close to hurricane strength near the islands.
i think no matter which island you're going to see up to 30 inches of rain with this thing in some spots. that's going to be the main concern, the flash flooding and the mudslides. geo there. we have an abc exclusive the soccer team rescued from the cave in thailand sitting down for their first interview revealing what it was like inside the cave fo days and how their lives have changed. miss america is here live, only on "gma," for her first interview since calling for gretchen carlson and the leaders of the organization to step down claiming that she was bullied and silenced. it's very interesting interview and you will want to see it coming up only on "gma." >> thank you. a new warning this morning for facebook users. the popular app that may have exposed your personal information and what happens now. >> plus, the new help on the way >> plus, the new help on the way fo
you are never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. want to show you the small summer spread today. only 20 degrees from 62 at half moon bay to about 82 in antioch. enjoy our foggy august one more day. >> thank you, mike. new at 6:00, education secretary betsy devos is considering a plan to allow school districts to use federal funds to buy guns for teachers. this according to "the new york times." the education department determined the gun purchases could fall under improving
school conditions. "the times" reports the move would be unprecedented and revers a long-standing position that federal pay to outfit schools with weapons facebook is warning 4 million users that another app has mishandled their data. it's called my personality. the social media giant has now banned the personality quiz app saying it's clear that my personality shared information with researchers and other companies. but the app was mainly active before 2012. facebook has also suspended more than 400 applications since april over privacy concerns. anyone who has been impacted will be notified. this comes in the wake of the cambridge analytica scandal this year a bill to restore net neutrality protections in california is now moving to a final committee vote. the legislation passed yesterday. it's been amended numerous times. it prohibits service providers from throttling traffic to certain websites or from charging access fees. in other words, it brings us
back to the rules that we hadpld the industry last year. lawmakers say they're confident that bill will make it to the governor's desk next week to a special story, disney was part of a special delivery in the east bay. abc 7 news was at ucsf children's hospital oakland when our colleague spencer christian helped bring smiles to young patients by passing out toys from a disney care package. that care package included princess dolls and marvel super hero figures. disney is the parent company of marvel and abc 7 news. look at that, so sweet. >> these kids are the cutest. >> they are. >> so glad we got to be a part of that. coming up next, someone tried to hack the democratic national committee but it didn't happen thanks to a san francisco company. >> breaking news at warm springs bart station we've been tracking an investigation all morning after an early in the parking lot. amy hollyfield gathering details right now how daring are your taste buds?
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abc 7 news. >> now at 6:30, breaking news, police investigating after a stabbing at the warm springs bart station. what commuters will face this morning. a south bay neighborhood put on lockdown because of a home invasion. neighbors say they've had it with spikes in crime tim cook's big payday. the move that could add $120 million to his bank account tomorrow. >> do you think he'll notice? >> how do you know? >> the check balance every day. worried about overdraft fee snos buy another yacht. >> good morning. natasha has the day off. never more than seven minutes from the accuweather forecast. >> just call it fog august. the marine layer has led to a consistency in our forecast the last couple days that will extend into today. a look at winds and see they're blowing from the ocean to the land and they spread the clouds all across our neighborhoods and
mist along the coast. a look from the exploratorium camera and what you're seeing there are temperatures in the upper 50s to mid 60s at 7:00. low 60s at the coast, the rest in the upper 60s at noon and 70s around the bay as late sunshine moves in. here's alexis. >> good morning. and checking out the bay bridge toll plaza, from the view of our emeryville camera, we have swung that around this morning. metering lights at 5:28. no major issues although we did have trouble on the san francisco side of the bridge. someone somehow lost a bumper and tire tread and never did find the vehicle responsible but it has cleared. highway 4 to the maze in the yellow at 27 minutes, and there you go, the 15 minute drive across the bay bridge due to the earlier trouble all lanes are back open. southbound san francisco to sfo looking great in the green at ten minutes breaking news in the east bay,he btids may see crime scene tape in the parking lot of the warm springs station. >> police found a person stabbed in a car overnight and abc 7 news reporter amy hollyfield is
live in fremont for us. amy? >> hi, jessica. police just cleared out of here so that crime scene is gone. those who saw it this morning say it makes them feel nervous. a look at the situation earlier here in fremont. police say they got the call at about 2:30 this morning and then spent the morning in the parking lot on warm springs boulevard looking for evidence. they got the call there had been a stabbing at the warm springs fremont bart station. the victim was taken to the hospital. this comes a month after the stabbing death of 18-year-old nia wilson at the macarthur bart station which called into question the safety of stations. police say this crime scene was upsetting to them. >> it's an unfortunate occurrence and unfortunately it seems like it happens more and i do -- i've see it conce when you come early.
>> reporter: the stabbing happened in the parking lot but they found the victim in his car on warm springs boulevard. that's why there were two crime scenes working here. they have not made any arrests and don't know what motive was behind the stabbing. this station opened on time, has been open all morning and the trains are running just fine. amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> thank you. we did send a push alert about the stabbing as soon as we confirmed it. if you download the abc 7 news app and enable push alerts get breaking news as it happens the man accused of fatally stabbing 18-year-old nia wilson at the macarthur bart station could face the death penalty. abc 7 was at the courthouse at the hearing for john lee cowell. as you see a large number of wilson's family members showed up for the proceedings. prosecutors added a special circumstances enhancement. that now means if cowell is convicted he would be eligible
for the death penalty or life in prison without parole. cowell did not enter a plea yesterday breaking news from the abc 7 live desk. and that breaking news, isis, the islamic state group, claiming responsibility this morning for a deadly knife attack in a suburb of paris. french officials say a man stabbed two women to death this morning. the victims are identified as the attacker's mother and his sister. a third woman was also injured in this attack. police say she was just a passerby. the suspected stabber was killed by police. he is reported to be a 36-year-old taxi driver this morning investigators say mollie tibbetts and her accused killer lived in the same iowa town, but it's unclear whether they knew each other. hundreds gathered for a memorial at the university of iowa where mollie was a student. police say cristhian rivera killg rndodflong mole outorun ins bl i million.
e friend says she is y had found mollie and iitht ll. just remember looking in the mirror, kind of just processing the whole thing, thinking this can't be real, this can't be real. >> mollie tibbetts' family issued a statement thanking the public for their love and saying their hearts are broken. happening today, the suspect in the golden state killer case is due back in sacramento superior court. 72-year-old joseph deangelo is scheduled to be arraigned on 13 new charges in the now consolidated case. on tuesday prosecutors filed new allegations tied to sexual assault cases in sacramento and contra costa counties. those charges are now combined with 13 murder charges already filed in santa barbara, orange, ventura, and sacramento counties. orange county's d.a. says more charges could come. deangelo will be prosecuted in sacramento county but officials say it could take years.
in the south bay, growing concern about public safety after yet another burglary in san jose's willow glen neighborhood. a town hall meeting set for next thursday will likely address what happened yesterday. police arrested a man and woman accused of burglarizing a home on california avenue. someone was home and saw the burglars who ran and got into a vehicle and drove away. police say the man and woman crashed into another car at an intersection. they tried to run from officers jumping fences in the neighborhood when san jose police told nearby neighbors to go on lockdown. kelly dudley says she was at home with her young boys during the manhunt. >> why are you locking all the doors, shutting all the windows. i made up a story about helicopters and just tried to like kind of mitigate what could be going on. >> police eventually caught the suspected burglars. it's not clear why willow glen is being targeted in this wave of recent auto thefts, home invasions and burglaries also in the south bay santa clara county and san jose will
get almost $2.5 million to repair flood damage that includes damage done by the massive coyote creek flooding in february 2017. three san jose neighborhoods were submerged in water for almost a week. 11,000 people were evacuated. officials say the money comes from an emergency federal grant. the county will get $1.1 million and the rest will go to san jose you are never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. watching lane and now i'm watching the wind field. it's been raining more than 18 hours straight on the big island and the tropical storm force winds at 39 miles per hour and faster are about 35 miles from the coast. wind damage is going to become a greater threat through the morning hours with the fastest winds, the major category 3 winds in red there that are going to remain well offshore. we could get winds up to around 74 miles per hour through honolulu within the next 36 hours. the warnings there. it's possible in the next 48 hours for that extend through the rest of the island chain.
it is going to flood on the big island, flood warning right now, the dark green, the light green is for the potential of 20 to 30 inches of rain causing more flooding elsewhere. doesn't sound good, does it if back at home just kind of cloudy in the south bay. 59 in los altos, most of us in the low to mid 60s, until brentwood and fairfield, upper 50s there. let's talk about the commute this morning. as we look at the san mateo bridge, it's cloudy out there. haven't found much in the way of fog and a little mist at the coast we'll put caution for the driving for that area. gray to blue, we'll see sunshine if you're on the bay today. taking a ferry, mass transit, the heat stays away. that's good news for a lot of folks. let's talke you're watching thi morning. >> yeah. you've been saying it's fog august all morning. not seeing dense fog advisories but a little bit on a few of our traffic cameras nothing to slow you down or cause visibility issues this morning. moving in on one of our crashes,
state route 37, the busy side before mare island, a crash involving a sedan and semi. initially sounded serious, the sedan was stuck underneath the semi but no injuries and they were able to push that off to the shoulder. really just our typical delays from just past state route 29 from the merge. looking better here on the bay bridge camera. folks heading into san francisco. we actually had bumper and tire tread. not sure how the vehicle last that. never saw the vehicle responsible but it is gone and the delays are unwinding. a head's up for this weekend, major bart track repairs once again from 19th street to west oakland stations. so a bus bridge will be in place instead all day this saturday and sunday. >> thank you. a new report finds san francisco is one of the best cities in the u.s.'s when it comes to parks with nearly 6,000 total acres of parkland. according to the annual study by the non-profit the trust for public land the city ranks fifth overall for park saturation and quality behind minneapolis, st. paul, washington, d.c., and arlington, virginia.
the report says golden gate park is the third most visited park in the country and this might interest you, there are 32 dog parks in the city. 32. >> oh. and none near my home. the dmv is promising those long lines are about to get shorter. >> we also told you about this store without any cashiers this week. we're now going inside the san francisco shop for a sneak peek. >> and you're looking live at the big board at the new york stock exchange. another update on how the markets are doing abc's interview with the abc's interview with the thai soccer team t
you are never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. >> this is "abc 7 mornings." >> it's time to take care of our students and faculty and parents and everybody involved in back to school today. a reoccurring theme, cloudy, sunny in the afternoon, temperatures will be different. menlo park at 58 end up at 72. now as we look at newark we start at 61 and end at 73. farther south more sunshine and warmer for cam palm springs,n l.a., even sunshine around monterey 67, 82 degrees in sacramento, about 86 in yosemite and 79 in tahoe with cleaner air than we've been dealing with the last several weeks. temperatures below average
starting next week but no rain in tahoe the next seven days all right. we've been talking about hurricane lane which is now heading toward the hawaiian islands having an impact in the bay area. >> matt keller is live at san jose with more on how airlines are reacting. >> hi, jessica and reggie. the first flight to hawaii from san jose leaves at 7:30 this morning. there's another flight with alaska airlines that leaves at 7:50. some people if they want to rebook can do it and a lot of these airlines will be waving those extra fees. some people are charging into hawaii. firefighters, firefighters from the peninsula and san jose are among 36 members of a task force that left yesterday. they took 40,000 pounds of search and rescue equipment with them. some of the people we spoke with this morning at terminal b inside the san jose airport said they're sticking withist their plans. officials are opening up shelters for evacuees and roads could be shut down. for some this is an adventure. >> the reality could be you could end up spending some of your vacation in aheer than
in a nice hotel. are you concerned about know,pp. it's whatever. >> reporter: i just checked flightaware.com and there are only a handful of cancellations and delays heading into hawaii airports. matt keller, abc 7 news. >> thank you. and if you have a trip to hawaii planned in the next few days, the 7 on your side team says you can rebook for free as matt was mentioning. the new flight usually has to be within a couple weeks. if the airline cancels your flight then you get your money back. there is one airline alaska which is allowing you to cancel and get your money back, a refund. we have information for all the major carriers at abc7news.com and just go to the 7 on your side page on the peninsula, san mateo police are asking for the public's help for any surveillance video that may help in a sexual assault case we told you about this case last week.
a woman says this man on your screen was posing as a ride share driver picked her up the evening of tuesday, august 14th. he took her to a secluded area and then sexually assaulted her. authorities want dash cam, helmet cam or cell phone video taken along highway 92 between highway 101 and half moon bay and listen closely, they want it between 5:45 and 7:00 p.m. a week ago tuesday. in the south bay, new details on a reported kidnapping and robbery of a san jose state student. investigators say the victim told them he was taken at gunpoint from a 7-eleven on sixth and san salvador streets yesterday afternoon. he says he was forced to withdraw money from several atms. the victim was released and not hurt. a search is now on for at least one suspect. the school also sent out an e-mail alerting students about the incident. now to your morning money report. we've been telling you about the san francisco store where there are no cash registers. we checked out the store without
checkouts. >> zip in will be the first to use technology that eliminates cash registers. everything is done through the app. overhead cameras an sensors track your location and the items that you pick out and those sensors know the price of the item and charge you once you leave the store. >> wanted to pick this up. what is happening is the cameras know that i have picked this i tim and the sensors on the shelf curn firm it. >> the ceo says the store will open in soma next month ahead of amazon go just starting to roll out its cashierless stores. the company's goal is to sell its artificial technology to other retailers at a cheaper price. >> one person who can buy the store, apple's ceo tim cook could become $120 million richer tomorrow. cook is in line to receive 560,000 shares of apple stock. it's because his compensation is tied to apple's performance in the market.
since apple is doing really well right now, so is cook. >> and taking a live look now at the new york stock exchange, we'r down 27 points as trading get gets under way and it could be a ride as investigators react to tariffs on chinese goods and the trade negotiations. two months to the day since 12 boys and their soccer coach got stuck in a cave. >> now abc news has an interview with the team describing the 17 days that followed. people around the world watched as divers rescued the boys and their coach one by one. all of them survived. after the rescue the team spent time at a temple and that is where abc news reporter james longman spoke with them about the ordeal. is life back to normal again? 11-year-old titan says i feel the love. i feel warm. the 25-year-old coach describing the moment he realized they were trapped inside the cave with no way out. i volunteered to dive to see if i can go through and save
everyone. i let them hold the rope and said if i don't tug it's safe to come through. if i tug twice it's dangerous and i'm coming back. when i realized we were stuck inside the cave i didn't tell them because i didn't want to panic them. >> and you can watch much more of the exclusive interview on "good morning america" and that starts at 7:00 after "abc 7 mornings." if you thought cherry coke and pin ya colada flavors were wild watch out. >> oreo is upping its game with hot chicken wing and wasabi flavors. the company is admitting both flavors are spicy and recommending you drink them with milk but don't race to the store yet. they are only offered in china for now. >> i have a new flavor i'm going to propose called garbage oreo oscar the grouch felt a piece
from his puppet. >> t and. >> i would like that more than the wasabi flavor. >> i would buy that one. >> my garbage oreo. >> recycling, good for the environment. >> taste -- >> shenanigans. >> i'm not dunking my chicken wings in milk. >> i'm with you, reggie. >> all right. let's take a look at the latest on hurricane lane. thankfully it is weakening. the latest update, 130. the bottom threshold for category 4. we need it to continue weakening and it will throughout the next 72 hours. going to hit -- going to slide south as you can see tonight and tomorrow night between maui and oahu and towards saturday night into sunday morning it pulls away and weakens into a tropical storm. flooding is going to be the biggest issue with this storm i think and some dangerous surf on the south facing beaches. guess who is enjoying the fog? the pier 39 sea in my accuweath
forecast. all the way through the extended and clouds will come back every night with drizzle near the coast. we have warm spots, los gatos and morgan hill. san jose at 77. i didn't have to change these temperatures at all from yesterday. 70 to 74 on the peninsula, 67 in millbrae, upper 50s to low 60s, without sunshine or at least a lot less than yesterday it's going to be mild along the coast. mid 60s in downtown and south san francisco and sausalito. mid to upper 70s in the north bay. upper 60s to low 70s for most of the east bay shoreline as you head inland, upper 70s to low 80s brentwood 85 the warm spot. my accuweather seven-day forecast, expect more of the same tomorrow. a little faster sunshine, a little slower sea breeze and a couple degrees warmer this weekend but going to be great weather for your outdoor activities. hope you can enjoy. here's alexis. >> good morning. we've got a new problem in the south bay, take a look at this camera. this is 280 just north of thinda
white van side right now. sounds like one may be trapped in the vehicle. emergency crews just arrived. we've got all of the entrance ramp with the two right lanes blocked. they are using the shoulder to get around. the two left lanes are open as well. i'll flip to our traffic maps and show you where this is. initially it was sounding like a little closer to saratoga avenue. i would say just north of 880 there. so certainly seeing a backup start to form, this happened a couple minutes ago. this is starting to fill in and emergency crews have arrived on the scene. more information coming up in just a few minutes. right now, let's take a look at drive times, westbound 580, tracy to dublin finally out of the red back into the yellow. that is under an hour coming in at about 55 minutes. southbound 680 dublin to mission boulevard and northbound 101 to cupertino in the green at 22 minutes. >> thanks. no secret drivers are fed up with the long lines at the
california dmv field offices. the director jean shiomoto says relief is on the way. she visited with staff at the license center in san jose yesterday. it was part of her ongoing effort to evaluate field offices and centers across the state. last week shiomoto was grilled by lawmakers who questioned why the agency's wait times have skyrocketed over the past year. she claims the delays on the high volume of customers who want the new real i.d. she also acknowledged problems with the department's decade's old computer system. shiomoto hopes to modernize it in the next four years we're looking to see if we can offer more transactions on-line so you don't have to come to our field office. how long that would take, if there are policy concerns on that. >> the dmv says wait times should start dropping by mid-september and hopefully become more reasonable by the end of the year. and at this hour some very new developments in an attempt by hackers to break into the democratic national te database.
we've been talking about it this morning and just learned apparently it was all just a test. the dnc believes the phishing attempt was part of an unauthorized test by a third party. the so-called hackers set up a names and passwords and lookout, a san francisco based security company, says they're the ones who caught the phishing attempt. >> we moved so quickly that we saw the site go up, and before the attackers finished building it and could even send a message, we had it all taken down. >> we should note that right now there's no word on who the mystery third party is that set up the fake page. lookout has not been connected to creating the hack attack. >> first our instagram picture of the day if you haven't yet follow us at abc 7 news bay area. see more pictures like this and share your photos and videos using the #abc7now. >> 6:55. a live look outside at the
just joining us or heading out the door the seven things to know before you go. number one, breaking news in freemont, police are investigating a stabbing at the warm springs bart station. the victim says he was attacked in the parking at the station about 2:30 this morning. so far no police -- no arrests i should say. police have not reported any arrests. >> number two, hurricane lane has weakened slightly as it bears down on hawaii. the category 4 storm is forecasted to come very close to the islands follow me at mike nicco abc 7 i will post updates all day long as i receive the information. happy fog august. temperatures below average once again. mainly 60s and 70s this afternoon. >> number four, we've got a serious crash in the south bay. this is in san jose. northbound 280 just north of the 880/17 split. we've got a flipped van. that is blocking the two right lanes and most of that on ramp. traffic using the shoulder to get around it. right now we're looking at at
least 20 minute delay. i would head south and use 85 for an alternate. >> number five, a brand new interview on "fox and friends." president trump arguing his impeachment would wreck the stock market and the economy. he says that's the case because he believes that he's, quote, doing such a good job. >> number six, starting today orchard supply hardware stores will begin holding going out of business sales. lowe's announced yesterday it is closing all 99 stores to focus on its core home improvement business. >> number seven, tinder trap, the woman who lured hundreds of men in new york city and put them in a dating competition is telling her story to "gma" and says she wanted to see what men were willing to do for a date in today's hookup culture. the full story on "gma" at 7:00 a.m. coming up in just minutes. >> okay. >> i think the real surprise is how many stuck around and were like doing pushups for her. >> very competitive. >> see ya. >> you think in new york you would have tons of options.
just pass them on the subway and like want to do something. >> hope you relax today. "good morning americ good morning, porful winds hawaiian islands this morning as residents brace for flash floods, landslides and up to 20 inches of rain. we're tracking its path right now. president trump now considering an explosive new move, pardoning former campaign chair paul manafort after his conviction for bank and tax fraud. as the white house denies the bombshell claim from michael cohen the president offered hush money to stormy da