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♪ ♪ ahhh, you're finally building that outdoor kitchen. yup - with room for the whole gang. ♪ ♪ see how investing with a j.p. morgan advisor can help you. visit your local chase branch. questions on how i.c.e. may have used oakland international airport despite the sanctuary city policy. what a new report reveals about flights over eight years. it's monday, july 22nd. >> you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather nicco has your first look at the day ahead. >> hi everybody. here is a look at a little fog trying to push into the coastal valleys. we'll keep an eye on 101. down the coast, a little mist.
otherwise, increasing clouds across the bay. 504 to 62 at 7:00. sunny everywhere. at the coast, 60s, 70s and 80s. 60s, 80s and 90s as the temperature increases today inland. still going to be in the 70s and 80s at 8:00. getting reports of a rollover crash on southbound 242 on the concord off-ramp. it sounds like just one vehicle involved there. it did flip over. several vehicles are stopping to help out. they're not sure what they hit that caused that initial collision. we've got emergency crews heading to the scene right now and a little delay on the mainline of southbound 242. we'll come back with a few more details. a quick check of drive times, foggy golden gate bridge, dense fog advisory in effect. not slowing you down. six minutes. 13 across the bay bij.
12 minutes westbound 92 across the san mateo bridge. in the east bay oakland's mayor says her office is looking into a report that federal immigration agents used the city's airport to deport tens of thousands of people. >> i.c.e. purportedly chartered about 1,000 flights over eight years. abc 7's amy hollyfield is live at the airport this morning. >> reporter: good morning, alexis. keep in mind this is a sanctuary city, oakland. this airport was being used by ace agents to ship people out of mere. this is according to the bay area news group. the report says about 27,000 people were reported through this airport over an eight-year period. oakland city and airport officials wouldn't comment on whether they knew about the flights. we asked one local resident his thoughts this morning as he headed out to catch a flight. >> a little surprised they hit the airport.
they've got to come and go from somewhere. >> do you think she should investigate, the mayor? >> no. i don't think it's her call. >> reporter: an i.c.e. spokesperson told the bay area news group they have stopped the vet red a flight out of oakland since october of last year.etr e cityt cooperate with a.c.e. agents was violated. amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. developing news in san francisco, police arrested a woman following a deadly crash that killed a man and left his wife in critical condition. >> this is the 22-year-old suspect. police say she was driving a rented tesla when she ran a red light yesterday afternoon. a mini cooper broad-sided the tesla. the tesla spun out and hit pedestrians in the crosswalk. police have obtained a memory chip from the tesla. >> we don't know if it was in autonomous mode. that will be later determined by
the data inside the tesla. speed was a factor. it's unknown if she -- it's a to itsocrredle and she took >> invtigatorsteslwaoi 4 miles2. the victims are a couple from clove vis in san francisco for an anniversary trip. abc 7 news report are jobina fortson will have more coming up in the next half hour. concord police want to find the driver of this dark-colored pickup. the driver hit and killed a motorcyclist and didn't stop. it happened when the biker was trying to pass concord boulevard. the truck hit the biker after he was thrown from his motorcycle. neighbors shared vance video with abc 7 news. one heard the crash and ran out to try to help. >> i could see the other person was in the middle of the road and not moving. people were trying to direct
traffic around, make sure that nothing else hit him. >> the driver of the car the motorcyclist ran into did stop and is cooperating with authorities. in fremont, a fire at the tesla research facility on cato road is out. firefighters at the scene posted this photo on twitter last night. they say a small machine caught fire, but lucky no one was hurt. >> in san francisco, investigators are trying to figure out what sparked this fire at john mclaren park. it was the third fire in eight days. this is video from a citizen app. about 50 firefighters battled the flames on a steep hillside yesterday evening. firefighters were able to stop the ten-acre grass fire before it threatened it any buildings and no one was hurt. hundreds of east bay neighbors gathered to turn a negative into a positive. >> a white woman called police on two black men barbecuing lakeside. the new event is looking to building a better bay area. here is cornell barnard.
>> positive energy, no negativity allowed. >> hundreds of people came to lake merrick for music and barbecue. barbecuing while block. >> this cell phone video went viral last year when a woman nicknamed barbecue becky called oakland police on two black men barbecuing by the lake in an area where it was not allowed. >> the young lady come by and started getting irate talking about i don't belong here and it's illegal to barbecue in the park with charcoal. >> reporter: he moved forward by helping friends organize and raise money. >> made a good positive out of a negative. >> at the end of the day, we want to be accepted as everybody. >> reporter: it comes days after president trump suggested four democratic members of congress should go back to the country they came from. a crowd chanting. >> send her back. send her back.
>> reporter: the president tweeted on sunday, i don't believe the four congresswomen are capable of loving our country. >> i have worked with president trump for two years and he is not a racist. >> reporter: many at this barbecue say the president's words are not helping bridge racial divides. >> as a president it's shameful. >> i definitely don't agree with the narrative he's putting out there. it's not something bringing our country together. >> reporter: organizers spent the last few months raising thousands of dollars to hold the event. when it happened last year, charcoal grills were not allowed in that area of this is about as cool as it gets in the east bay valley in 60s. mid to upper 50s around the bay until mountain view southward. mid 60s into the south bay. here is a look at sfo.
we're watching the fog. look how compressed it is. we'll see if it takes over and if there are any delays. 57 and partly cloudy. small craft advisory north of the bay bridge from 2:00 to 9:00 this afternoon and evening. that means the benicia bridge and carquinez bridge will have a strong wind. 55 at 7:00. a little fog moving into petaluma right now. hang out in the low to mid for the better part of the afternoon hours. look at all this sunshine in the east bay, 80s this afternoon frmgt 71 at 7:00. our last stop will be san francisco where we're in the 50s. we'll see more sunshine through 11:00. that will hold our temperatures in the mid 60s. pretty close to average this afternoon. a lot of heat coming up in the accuweather seven-day forecast. i'll be back in seven minutes for that. here is alexis. one new issue in the east bay. and. we've got what was originally recorded as a five-vehicle
crash. sounds like maybe just three are still at the scene. westbound 80 at the 880 flyover as those two enter states emergency, and we've got one vehicle tir bags deployed. it sounds like everything is contained to the shoulder. not seeing delays on the northbound 880 approach. it's heavy if you're coming in from emeryville and the toll plaza as well. southbound 242 on the concord avenue off-ramp, a rollover crash, just one vehicle involved there. the off-ramp is fully blocked and we have minor injuries. definitely seeing some delays on the mainline from about 680 as you approach that scene. today retired supreme court justice john paul stephens will lie in repose inside the great hall. the 99-year-old died last week. he served for nearly 35 years before retiring in 2010. known for wearing a bow tie, stephens was considered the
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things to know this morning. number one, san francisco police are investigating a deadly crash. they say the driver of a tesla ran a red light and plowed into two tourists. the husband died, his wife is in critical condition. number two, oakland mayor libby schaaf has promised to investigate claims that i.c.e. flew depour teas out of oakland international airport. number three, san francisco's long delayed central subway project is in danger of running out of federal money according to "the examiner." the city would have to make up the difference. number four, dramatic new video shows moments right before masked iranian commandos seized a british oil tanker. britain could reveal what response it will take. ntil i throw the temperatures up. outside redwood city in san francisco, four to five degrees above average, in the 80s and 90s. number six, the commute this
morning, our biggest issue southbound 242 on the concord avenue off-ramp. the off-ramp is fully blocked. number seven, disney's "the lion king" stampeded to an estimated $185 million debut, making it the ninth biggest movie opening of all time. the live action remake set a box office record for the month of july. disney is the parent company of abc 7 news. changes at the sonoma county fair when it reopens next thursday. the popular pig scramble will be gone. >> instead, visitors will see a watermelon obstacle course. we spoke to the fair's ceo about what led to the decision. >> once the whistle sounds, it's go time. for more than 20 years the pig scramble has been one sonoma county fair's annual
but it will be over. >> that particular event needed some more exciting, i guess robust activity for the spectators. >> the berkeley base animal rights activist group direct wh decades the pig scramble has been a form of animal abuse. >> i think things are moving in the right direction, where we're not abusing animals and teaching our children whole some ways to entertain themselves. >> reporter: in her back yard, alicia has what she likes to call a micro sanctuary with chickens,upert. she's glad the pig scramble is not coming back. >> these animals are sent yent beings just like we are and nstead there will be a obstacle. the fair's decision was made to boost attendance.
>> more interactive and the obstacle course. i think it's going to be more fun. >> reporter: come august the fair hopes to more fun with greased-up watermelons instead of pigs. luz pena, abc 7 news. it was a weekend of big surprises and plenty of headlines from comic-con in san diego. >> reporter: in this morning's gam first look, after a weekend of marvel-sized surprises at comic-con, gma is getting answers to all the epic news blowing up your social feed from mahershala ali and natalie portman returning as a goddess in the next thor movie. >> i have to say congratulations to you. you're getting a stand-alone film piece. >> yeah. we're shooting it. i can say that now. can i finally say that? >> oh, thank god.
>> it's a rumor, but it's true. >> i have a feeling natasha would not have that. >> spilling even more secrets coming up at 7:00 a.m. with "gma first look," adrian ban kehrt, abc 7 news, san diego. move over "avatar," avengers end game holds the top global spot for being the world's highest grossing film of all time. movie fans spent more than $2.7 million to see the movie in just 13 weeks. "avatar" owned the previous record for a decade. marvel is owned by the walt disney company, the parent company of you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. let's check in with meteorologist mike nicco. >> we'll start with a look at san jose. 280 at 17. you can see hazy at about 63 degrees. quick sunshine, warming continues today.
expect clouds around the bay and the coast. fog around petaluma and several days of inland heat coming. be prepared for that. here is a look at the cloud cover. you can see some of the fog. that's hitting petaluma right there. you can see some developing along the east bay shore. it's all the way back to the coast. you can see in the afternoon hours it continues to stay at the coast with some sunshine breaking out. let's see what happens with our microclima microclimate. 86 at san jose, the comfortable spot in milpitas is 82. lows to mid 60s along the coast with mid to upper 60s in downtown and south san francisco and sausalito. more sunshine, a little breezier along the north bay coast. mid 60s for you. valleys, low to mid 80s in most places. santa rosa we climb from the upper 80s to low to mid 90s. richmond 71, 77 in half moon bay and 80s around fremont. as you move into the valleys, 90
in pleasanton to 94 in brentwood. as far as temperatures tonight, mid 50s to mid 60s. at least we're getting a break during the overnight hours. mid 90s to near 100 inland, no heat advisories. we'll cool off nicely at night. 60s a the coast. back to our issue in the east bay, at least one of them. this is in emeryville. westbound 80 before powell, we had the big rig that hit sand barrels. that's all clear, giving you the thumb's up. looks like everything containd to the shoulder if not totally out of the area. we are red approaching the scene. according to our partners at waze that's a ten-minute delay. hopefully that's cleared early enough. things are looking good if you're continuing on to the bay bridge toll plaza, it's 5:19. so far we don't have any word about metering lights. looks like the cash lanes have cleared out as well.
british airways is suspending flights to cairo because of security concerns. the airline didn't go into detail about the problem when making the announcement on saturday. it simply said the cancellations are a precaution so the airline can further assess whether it's safe to fly to cairo. on friday the u.s. warned travelers about terrorist attacks in egypt. the uk also issued a similar warning. israeli work crews have started to demolish dozens of palestinian homes in a neighborhood in east jerusalem. it caps a years' long legal battle over the buildings located between the city and the occupied west bank. israel says the buildings are illegal, built too close to its west bank separation barrier. residents say they have nowhere to go and getting permits to build is impossible. the united nations estimates there are about 20 people who will be displaced. puerto rico is preparing for what could be one of the largest protests seen in the american territory. hundreds of thousands are expected to rally for the
resignation of governor ricardo rossello over leaked chats where he disparaged victims of hurricane maria. protesters have vowed to shut down a major highway in san juan. yesterday rossello announced he would not run for re-election but resisted calls to resign. celebrating prince george's sixth birthday. compensation is on the way for nearly 150 million americans impacted by the equifax data breach. new details out this morning. a live look outside, seeing first light. we've got a warm day ahead and we'll have more weather and traffic coming up.
working in inland neighborhoods this week, you've got to listen. we'll have every single day, middle 90s to near 100. know the difference difference c exhaustion. heat stroke you have to go to the emergency room, that's when you stop sweating and your temperature spikes. here is the reason why. you can look at the temperatures and look at the colors. the reds heading into the magentas. around the bay and the coast, we'll stay in the 60s and 70s with 80s sneaking in places like redwood city and hayward wednesday and also into thursday. we're even seeing cooler conditions around redwood city. hayward 92. but the 90s and 100s, that's
when they'll be most dominant likely wednesday and thursday. kumasi. the public swimming pool in paradise is back open since california's deadliest wildfire destroyed most of the town. crews painted the pool and firefighters filled it with more than 200,000 gallons of water. the head of paradise's parks and recreation district says the pool reopening is a sign the town is making a comeback. compensation is on the way for americans affected by the equifax data breach. it's reached a deal to pay nearly $700 million. if the judge approves the settlement, it will resolve a class action lawsuit as lawsuits with the federal trade commission, consumer financial protection bureau and other agencies. hackers gained access to the system in 2017, exposing social security numbers and other personal information. happy birthday to this
little guy, prince george. >> the royal family is celebrating the future king's sixth birthday today. kensington palace released these new photos. in two of the pictures you can see george, he has on an english soccer jersey. the third photo is from a family vacation. george is third in line for the throne behind his grandfather, prince charles and his father prince william. >> how did he get so big already? he's already got teeth falling out. what a cutie. coming back with 50 full 90 minutes of news including the bay area city calling for restrictions on granny units. a husband is dead and his wife in critical condition after a tesla driver blew through a red light over the weekend. i'm jobina fortson live from sfpd headquarters this morning also, chp comes across a car fire overnight. what firefighters found when
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federal funds. more than baseball, the freebie for fans at today's giants game. good morning. it's monday, july 22nd. i'm alexis smith. i was going to say your name for you. you can probably say your own name. >> you can say it. >> i'm kumasi aaron, having fun hanging out with you guys this morning. >> welcome to the early shift. >> first day is this weekend? >> yes, had a good weekend. cruising into monday. >> you thought i'll just get up early and come and join you all. nice to have you here. welcome. >> thank you. let's talk about what's going on weatherwise. there we go. we've got fog. we talked about how it was going to increase in the north bay, petaluma, penngrove, rohnert park. street level shows 101, mcdowell boulevard, redwood highway. visibility less than 1/8 mile. getting dangerous around half moon bay where it's down to a mile. that's going to hang around for three more hours.
60s at the coast. we go from ms. 70s to 80 around the bay and mid 80s to low 90s inland in noon to 4:00. out to a new problem getting out of the central valley. this is in a bad spot. westbound 580 just before grant line road, a three-car crash blocking the left lane. emergency crews have arrived on the scene. look at the speeds, 11 miles an hour, 7 miles an hour. that's slower than it typically is. that hopefully will clear soon. we still have this problem in concord, rollover crash. that off-ramp is fully closed just about 4. chp officers came across this lexus on fire in contra costa county. firefighters on the scene around 1:30. the car burned on mckeown beneath the highway 4 overpass. driver nowhere in sight. no damage was done to the overpass.
a husband is dead and his wife in the hospital after their anniversary visit to san francisco turned tragic. police say a tesla driver ran a red light and plowed into them. >> abc 7 news reporter jobina fortson is live at san francisco police headquarters with the details. jobina. >> reporter: good morning. this is a devastating situation. it appears the pedestrian killed yesterday was in town visiting san francisco from clovis with his wife, celebrating their anniversary. they were both in the crosswalk at the time of the crash. the husband's name is benjamin dean. he was 39 years old. police say he was killed when the driver of the rented tesla blew through the red light on taylor street at oak farrell in the tenderloin. his wife was taken to the hospital in critical condition. the couple is from clovis in the central valley. the whiff's facebook page indicates they were here celebrating their anniversary. albert kim owns the tesla involved in the crash. he rents out the model 3 and
another tesla through getaround, a car rental sharing service. kim told us someone rented his wrecked tesla 24 hours on saturday afternoon. >> i'm very sad -- still not approved for her or me to drive autonomously in the city and prevent people from killing other people or people's mistakes kill other people. >> reporter: police have surveillance video and data from the tesla which they say will help them figure out exactly how this happened in those moments ledding up to the crash. they do believe that speed was a factor. live from sfpd headquarters this morning, jobina fortson, abc 7 news. >> thanks jobina. new long delayed subway project is in jeopardy of running out of money. the mta could soon spend its$1.6
billion project. that means the city would have to come up with the rest of the money. trains were supposed to run to chin monitor says it may not happen until mid 2020. traffic is back to normal this morning in the presidio following a car fire. the fire closed traffic through the tunnel in both directions. traffic came to a stop along doyle drive and park presidio. the wreckage was cleared in under an hour. no one was hurt. president trump is demanding more troops be deployed to the middle east as tensions with iran continue to rise. the latest conflict involves the uk. iran has released dramatic new video showing the moments before iranian soldiers seized a ship. >> if you obey, you will be safe. >> stena impero. >> you are ordered, change your
course to 360, 360 degrees immediately. >> british officials say iran is retail eighting after the uk seized an iranian tanker earlier this month. ys the u.s. is open to pompeo negotiating with iran. democrats and republicans are pledging to ask tough questions of special counsel robert mueller when he it was before two house committees on wednesday. judiciary chairman jerry nadler says there's substantial evidence in the mueller report that president trump is guilty of impeachable offenses. we think it's very important for the american people to hear directly what the facts are because this is a president who has violated the law six ways from sunday. >> house democrats, though, are deeply divided over impeachment. mueller says he doesn't intend to speak beyond the findings of the 400-plus page report. he'll testify before the house judiciary committee in the morning and the house intelligence committee in the afternoon. abc news plans to air a special
report to cover the mueller hearings on wednesday. the first report is set to begin about 5:30 in the morning. george stephanopoulos will anchor. happening today on the peninsula, redwood city will consider restrictions on so-called granny units. our media partner "the mercury news" reports some neighbors have complained they're losing their prief see. the redwood city city council is set to vote on the measure to limit the size and height of the new units. opponents say it could discourage construction of badly needed housing. abc 7 news is committed to building a better bay area. part of that is looking for solutions to homelessness. "the los angeles times" reports california is looking at new york's rigt to shelter policy as a possible solution to the growing homeless crisis. that policy requires cities and counties to build shelters thousands any homeless person who asks to come inside. a second possible requirement would force the homeless to accept shelter if offered. critics question whether the state could really enforce such
a policy. the emergency repairs on the richmond-san rafael bridge have wrapped up, but they have delayed another project. crews had to shore up the expansion joints after concrete fell onto the lower deck on at least two occasions earlier this year. a bike and pedestrian lane was scheduled to be ready this summer. the repairs have pushed it back to the fall. a water main needs to be relocated. that project has been pushed back to the end of this month. this morning india is celebrating a successful space lunch. >> three, two, one, zero.zero.zo >> the rocket is heading for the monday's south pole, expected to land in early september. a rover will search for water and minerals on the moon's surface and measure moon quakes. the launch has been delayed several times. the spacecraft was initially scheduled to take off a week ago. from packed b.a.r.t. trains to jammed freeways, pressure on bay area drpgs smounting.
a plan in the works to ease the strain comes with a huge price tag. california firefighters are getting new planes. the powerful new tool in fighting wildfires. let's take a live look outside. this is a nice shot here from our sutro tower camera. let's get over to meteorologist mike nicco. >> i love that. we need to put a time lapse on that after i finish telling you about the forecast. temperaturewise in san francisco, 54 in crissy field, castro, mission, noe valley, excelsior and bayview. 60s around palo alto, saratoga, low to mid 60s in the east bay valleys. heals berg one of our cool spots at 52, daly city 54. cloud cover banking up over the bay and against the east bay shoreline. there's foggy spots there, especially in the north bay and along the coast. cool to hot, mass transit this morning to this afternoon in the inland neighborhoods. north of the bay bridge, a small
craft advisory this afternoon. east bay valley 62 this morning. comfortable. already 80 by 8:00. low to mid 90s this afternoon. maybe we'll hit the pool after you get home from work. 68 at 9:00 in the peninsula, 80 at 3:00, down to 73 at 7:00. look at all the sunshine. same thing for the south bay. look at all the sunshine, 64 at 7:00 to 80 at noon, mid to upper 80s this afternoon. still, a pool needing 81 at 7:00. i wish i had a pool. i'm talking about it all the time. here is alexis. >> i do, too, mike. some day we might. taking a look at things on the roads this morning. one new problem in hayward. a vehicle fire northbound 880 before tennison road. it sounds like this started off with just one vehicle involved in a collision and then that caught fire. we believe we have lanes two, three and four, the three middle lanes blocked. chp is talking about possibly
issuing a sig alert for that northbound side. we may have lanes blocked on the southbound side as well. still sorting this out with chp. obviously quite a bit of red in the area, especially on the northbound side. we'll come back in a few minutes as soon as we have more information. things have definitely filled in at the bay bridge toll plaza. the metering lights did flip on. 5:19 the official time. unless you're using the car pool la
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dangerous heat on the other side of the border, places like reno. this is going on through 11:00 today, about 500,000 people. look at this through the central valley, upper 90s to low 10s. i wanted you to see this. watch the cloud cover. that's the monsoon coming. we have a chance of thunderstorms in the higher elevations around san diego and palm springs. eventually that will move towards yosemite and eventually tahoe by the weekend. alexis? >> thank you, mike. one of the challenges in building a better bay area is transportation. our population is expected to grow to 10 million people by 2040. with it the need to find solutions. local officials want to put a $100 billion transportation measure on the november 2020 ballot.
the chronicle says that it would raise the money through an increase in sales tax over 40 years. it would fund projects like a caltran extension into the transbay transit center, a possible second transbay rail crossing. we're getting an up close look at cal fire's newest weapon. cl fire got seven of these former ghost card planes delivered. the airplanes are bigger, faster, carry up to 4,000 gallons of fire retardant. the planes cal fire has now only carry about a third of that. >> this gives us another tool in the tool box to protect lives and property is what it boils down to. retardant is dropped in front of the fire. >> the planes will be retrofitted and converted into fully fledged firefighting aircraft in the next two years. they won't enter service until
2021. giants fans going to the game against the cubs at oracle park can get a free haircut. >> super cuts offering the free air cut, beard trim or both. super cuts is the official hair salon of major league baseball. >> you've got to look good when you go to the game. hook it all up. >> what if it's like a good luck beard, you don't want to trim that? >> that's becoming popular for baseball players. taking the hockey playoff game, all wearing the beards. when they come out here when it's 90s and 100s -- going to be a cool one tonight. 62 at 6:45 first pitch. by the end of the game 58 degrees. not as breezy, not as cloudy as it normally is. here is a look at sutro tower. you see the fiery red off in the distance. that's the heat that's going to build in our inland
neighborhoods. a week's worth of 90s at least. 55 degrees in the city. so building sunshine, that's our first accuweather highlight. a tale of two forecasts. a spread of 35 to 40 degrees. triple digits possible inland. let's start in the south bay, 82 in milpitas, near 90 at morgan hill. delightful 74 on the boardwalk today. as we head up the coast, we're looking at 73 in millbrae to 82 in rtsz. we've got low to mid 60s barely along the coast. mid to upper 60s in downtown and south san francisco and sausalito. then we've got mid 80s to upper 80s through most of the north bay. as you head from cloverdale northward, low to mid 90s. nothing but 90s, low to mideys. temperatures, to mid 60s. cools off nicely. you'll want that look at the temperatures inland.
reach 100 wednesday, still mid to upper 90s the rest of the week with 80s al loong the bay. we'll take you to the sig alert in a moment. looking at san jose right now. no major issues here. this is on state route 87 south of the airport. let's take you into the hayward area. they did issue that sig alert a few minutes ago on the northbound side of 880 before tennyson road. we softed this out with chp. three middle lanes are blocked. -- lanes on the southbound side, but onlooker delay in the area. that's the heavier side of traffic this time of day as it is. heavy from about state route 92 approaching that incident. then we've got a little longer backup, causing about a ten-minute delay on the northbound side. that is a vehicle fire and a solo vehicle crash. yosemite's high country is back open to campers, hikers and backpackers. the three campgrounds open this
weekend. most of them are first come, first served. all of them have been closed for the last eight months because of heavy snow and dangerous conditions from a prolonged winter. the high country provides visitors an authentic beautiful escape from the crowded valley floor. bloomberg reports tinder has released a new payment process on its android app. it allows users to skip the google play store and make payments directly to tinder. you lose the option to switch back paying via google pay. google takes 30% of all transactions through the play store. a new device helps you sing along when you can't remember the lyrics. >> saint laurent teamed up with a japanese company to create the all black lyric speaker canvas delivers lyrics to whatever song is playing. it is a designer product so, of course, you know it's going to
cost you. guess how much? the price tag $2,200. >> no. how you can sing along. >> i'll look it up online. apple may be bringing back the old school rainbow logo. logo was used on all apple products before 1998. apple is expected to unveil the next iphone in september. a king-sized debut for "the lion king" capped off a big weekend for disney at the box office. >> simba and company roared past projections and record $185 million. it's the ninth biggest opening for a movie and a record for the month of july. another disney movie "avengers end game" moved past "avatar" to become the highest grossing movie of all time. "the lion king" was followed by "spiderman far from home," ""toy
story 4"," "crawl" and "yesterday." a warning about fake alcohol blamed for more than a dozen deaths. neutragena recalled a cosmetic project that could lead to eye injuries. a just discovered shark species that emits light. how scientists are explaining this unique quality. leaving you with a live look outside -- what happened to our beautiful shot? it's covered in clouds now. mike is putting together a time lapse video for you
check out the lack of cloud cover this morning. other than fog pushing in in petaluma, by 9:00 easily back to the coast where pockets of sunshine will develop. notice it doesn't make the push eastward at 7:00 like we saw last week. that's the hotter air moving in and the high pressure suppressing the marine layer. it's going to stay around 1,000 feet which means it will keep the bay and the coast from getting overheated. look at our inland neighborhoods. even in the northbound and south ba bay. possible low to mid 90s in the south bay. thursday looks like almost as warm as it is wednesday. we've got several days of inland heat. just about every day this week. alexis? >> thank you, mike. taking a look at the roads, we have a sig alert in the east bay
taking you to hayward. kind of a tough spot, northbound 880 before tennyson road. that burst into flames. it was fully engulfed at one point. the three middle lanes are still blocked. again, it's on the northbound side which is typically lighter, the southbound side. plenty of onlooker delay from north of state route 92. better news in concord, southbound 242 on the con vord off-ramp. the rollover collision has cleared. hopefully the delays will clear shortly. switching gears, happening today in the south bay, the sixth annual cannabis business summit gets under way in san jose. this is video from last year's event. the summit and expo covers everything from starting a business to growing facilities and education about safety. the summit runs through wednesday. happening today, johnson & johnson heads to court. the company still facing legal troubles over the safety of its baby powder. johnson & johnson is fighting
more than 14,000 claims alleging its tall couple powder products cause cancer. neutragena is facing a recall of the popular acne treatment product. the company is no longer selling its light therapy acne mask online. it's also being pulled from store shelves. neutragena says there's a theoretical risk of eye injury to people who have certain eye conditions or sensitives. they say the recall is out of an abundance of caution. an up-close view of an aerial rescue in the north bay. this is what sheriff's deputies saw as a rescue helicopter responded to a woman who hurt her ankle at salt state park. one of the deputies repelled down the rocks where she was stranded on saturday. the deputy attached her to a
harness and the helicopter flew her to a waiting ambulance. a just-discovered schork spi cease in the gulf of mexico actually emits light. >> check it out. this is the american pocket shark. they have a pocket organ near their front fins that scientists says squirts little glowing clouds into the ocean. researchers say only two have been recovered, one caught in the gulf of mexico in february of 2010, the other in 1979 in the eastern pacific. next at 6:00, tom brady facing backlash for a video showing him jumping off a clip with his daughter. is it bad parenting or just family fun. >> reporter: oakland is a sanctuary city. why was this airport being used by i.c.e. agents? the story coming up. turning a negative into a positive. more than a year after the so-called barbecue becky incident, the event helping build a better bay area. a fair favorite gone.
than a year after the barbecue betty incident. good morning. it's monday, july 22nd. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. >> here is meteorologist mike nicco. >> good morning. let's take a look at what's going on. gray along the coast. a little mist at half moon bay, fog pushing into places like petaluma. notice the lock of clouds from mt. tam and how slow they are in the sky. marine air compressed which means fast sunshine and a warming trend for parts of the bay and especially inland. start at 54 to 63. even that's warmer than yesterday. we stay in the 60s at the coast until 7:00. 74 to 85, mostly sunny around our bay and inland neighborhoods by noon. 80 to 91 by 4:00. 74 to 81 at 7:00. how about the commute? >> not looking so good in the ahard area. back to our sig alert on northbound 880
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