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mother. we are.c.e f t ntaugust groups say they're going protest the camps happening at the border and activity by i.c.e. agents. so this is just the beginning. all right starting off arrests and moving the people out of here. we are still waiting to hear from police. we're still working this story, so stay with us as it continues to develop. live in san francisco, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. it is now 4:30. if you're just waking up with us, good morning. >> good morning. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. mike is here with that. >> thank you, kumasi. welcome back to the mornings. hopefully you've got a cup of coffee and are ready to go. let's do it. 31 is your wind in fairfield. you can see the sea breeze is picked up. look at the expansiveness of the cloud cover this morning.
as far as fog, we have some developing around santa rosa, f ve our reporting nal stations. it's definitely out there. highs today, a few degrees shy bors. >> not too many problems on the roads at this point. i'll take you out and show you live shots. this is emeryville. it's looking good as you make your way westbound off the carquinez bridge all the way to the bay bridge toll plaza. there's a stall but it's off to the right-hand shoulder. here is a live shot of 680 in walnut creek. southbound traffic moving past geary and treat. this is a hot spot yesterday morning. you can see right now it's great. no problems all the way down highway 24 to the bay bridge. in fact, traffic is pretty light right now as well as you make
your way through 580 in the altamont pass. westbound 580 from tracy to dublin is only 24 minutes. it's delay free on southbound 680 through the dublin grade and northbound 85 fine through the south bay. no problems at all in san jose. thanks, frances. developing news in san francisco's mission diwo m with life-threatening injuries. >> officers responded to a report of the shooting in a parking lot on mission street near cesar chavez before 10:30 la arrests are made. investigators are at the scene looking for possible witnesses and surveillance video and, of course, gathering evidence. today we should learn much more about sunday's gilroy garlic festival. >> there will be a press conference at 4:00 p.m. to give us an update. santa clara medical steph is planning an update including two shooting victims.
tonight a candlelight vigil is planned at 7:00 p.m. a loner shrouded in mystery. that's how the gunman is described. agents are combing through the shooter's emails and social media. it's rumored he was a white supreme sift. the fbi says it appears the 19-year-old read literature from the left and the right. investigators are still trying to figure out a motive. the gilroy foundation established a special fund for victims of sunday's shooting. we have a link on our website on how to donate to the fund. santa clara county supervisor daefr cortez si says he's received a confidential memo detailing aloeeth f magement andanta clara eur that fair and time fairgrounds are located on tully road in san jose. te fair runs through
sonoma county there are also upgraded security measure when that fair opens today. visitors will have to go through a metal detector. every truck that enters the fairgrounds has to pass inspection. the fair spending $150,000 on security in 11 days. that includes a contract with santa rosa police. the fair runs through august 11th. the jury in the ghost ship trial begins their second day of deliberations. yesterday the jurors wanted to know if the words tenant and leaseholder are interchangeable and asked for the legal definition of augt ratithorized. we will send out updates on the trial through our abc 7 news app. you can customize the app so you'll get an alert when the jury reaches a verdict. in the east bay the contra costa county sheriff's office investigating vandalism from a
bay point nootd. the black residents who live there say this is a hate crime. the spokesman says while the department doesn't consider the vandalism a hate crime right now, that could change. it is your voice, your vote. democratic presidential candidates are back on the campaign trail after a heated deb baft last night. >> abc news reporter trevor ault live with the highlights. good morning, trevor. >> good morning reggie and kumasi. the candidates covered health care, criminal justice reform, climate change. when it came to talking about who would be the best for the ch's d they were quick to moaticpoeblicyf night one with lot more personal political brawling. kamala harris rushing to her attacks from early on. >> the vice president las still fail position
that he took at that time. >> reporter: ts time biden bunching back and criticizing the senator for changes to her health care plan. >> you can't beat president trump with double talk. >> reporter: senator corey booker taking aim at the former vice president over criminal justice reform. >> since the 1970s every major crime -- every crime bill, major and minor has had his name on it. >> you had a police department that was -- you went out and hired rudy giuliani's guy and engaged in stop and frisk. >> mr. vice president, there's a thing in my community, you're dipping into the kool-aid and you don't even know the flavor. >> tulsi gabbert calling out kamala harris for her record as a prosecutor. >> senator harris when you were in a position to make a difference and impact these people's lives, you did not. >> reporter: biden defending the policies of the obama administration, julian castro calling him out. >> it looks like one of us has learned the lessons of the past
and one of us haven't. >> your time is up. >> what we need is to have some guts on this issue. >> i have guts enough to say his plan doesn't make sense. >> reporter: these detroit debates was likely the last time on the stage for a number of these candidates. the next democratic debate is in september in houston. that will probably only have half the number of candidates who qualify at the most. reporting in detroit, trevor ault, abc 7 news. the candidates made a lot of statements and claims during the debate. to find out which ones hold up, go to abc7news.com. new details emerge in the case of the bay area teens of k policeman. the i-team's dan noyes caught up with one of the boy's attorneys in rome. california is beefing up its efforts to fight wildfires. the order governor newsom just signed. and this is not what you want to see as you board a plane for a cross country flight. what the crew thinks
emergency shooult ute to deploy. >> you only want to see that on a bouncy house. san ramon, dublin. close to upper 50s to low 60s in these neighborhoods. we have temperatures in the upper 50s and low 60s down both sides of the bayshore into the south bay. we've got a rosa 54 as you led through the north bay. you also have that fog. here is a look from south beach. it doesn't look like it right here. when i came across the bridge, it was a little thicker, the cloud kofrmt i had to use the windshield wipers quite frequently. that means it's going to be moist in some of our mass transit stations this morning. it's breezy again, especially north of the bay bridge. the east bay pretty much cloudy through 7:00. we'll start to see breaks in the clouds around 10:00. hang out in the low to mid 70s with about full-on sunshine this afternoon. for the north bay, the clouds
the closer you are to 101. partly cloudy by 9:00. by the afternoon hours looking at sunshine and highs nearing the upper 70s to near 80. for san francisco, a lot more cloud cover than yesterday. of course, we have the drizzle this morning that will hang around through possibly 10:00, maybe 11:00 near the coast. highs today in the low t one day closer to the weekend, not impressively hot. i'll show you the numbers. let's check in with frances. >> i had to use my wipers as wellho u the golden gate bridge. it's looking good as you can see across the span. they just cleared the road work right now. they haven't done the lane configuration change yet for the morning smut. bay bridge toll plaza is backed up for some of the cash pay lanes. metering lights aren't on yet. here is the ride across the san mateo bridge. that's westbound traffic on the ride there heading out of hayward, moving well towards san mateo and no problems on the
it's not going to be oppressive. air quality looks good to moderate. this is the way it looks going into last weekend. then it was upped to a spare the air. i'm thinking maybe not this time. we'll keep an eye on it for you. here is a look at what's going on. the sea breeze reaching sacramento. 90s today. chico and fresno 95 to 100. afternoon sunshine. 64 in eureka. here is a look at the weekend in tahoe. temperatures in the low to mid 80s, pretty close to average. here is kumasi. >> thanks mike. this morning an abc news i-team exclusive from dan noyes in rome. a lawyer is criticizing the criminal investigation and dismissing a photograph showing the suspect with a knife before his trip to rome. here is dan noyes. >> reporter: the factor of the
san francisco teen accused of stabbing to death an italian police officer walked by cameras in rome. family attorney craig peters spoke to us exclusively. >> they're looking forward to seeing their son. this is actually where they spent their honeymoon. they have a great love for italy and feel devastated that this happened here. >> reporter: peters is also dismissing this photo posted to finn's instagram attack that aired on italian television that shows him in san francisco before his trip holding a knife that appears to be the same style as the murder weapon. >> the kid has a knife. at least in san francisco and mafr ka, that's not a super surprising thing. people carry it for protection. about leaks. as for the other defendant i tried to reach gabe natale's grandfather. no one came to the door. his lawyer says the suspect has
been crying non-stop in his jail center. his father fabricio declined an interview but issued his first statement that reads in part, we're deeply upset by his predicament while at the same time fully convinced of his innocence. gabriel never imaged there would be a confrontation and did not know his friend was armed. he only became aware of what actually happened after his arrest. we learned a second investigation has been launched into why police handcuffed and blindfolded gabe before his interrogation. an italian judge has called that illegal and unacceptable. lawyers for both suspects and the widow came back to the hotel. they want a forensic team to look for new blood evidence. for the i-team in rome, dan noyes, abc 7 news. >> you can follow dan on twitter to get the latest developments from italy. @dannoyes. we'll have his reports on abc 7 news, abc7news.com and the abc 7 news app. the navy pilot whoraed a
jet in death valley is still missing this morning. search and rescue crews scoured the park overnight. a spokesman says seven people on the ground suffered minor injuries. death valley has a popular lookout spot where people can watch military planes performing low flying maneuvers. the jet was based out of the naval station in the central valley. the cause of the crash is under investigation. happening today, governor newsom and former governor arnold schwarzenegger will highlight the state's increased investment in firefighting technology. they're meeting at mcclellan air force base. the governor signed an executive order boosting cal fire staffing. the state is hiring nearly 40 fights and adding 13n record. more than 100 people died, and flames burned nearly 2 million acres of land. a
from sfo to chicago finally took off yesterday more than six hours late because of this. an emergency slide suddenly deployed on the boeing 757. passengers had to get off the plane and wait for the slide to be repacked. fligttdants believe the slide deployed because of, quote, maintenance. >> somebody just pressed the wrong button. >> that's what i was going to say. >> somebody is about to get fired. hopefully not. i don't know. ib they will be. >> does this button make coffee? >> oh, it's the slide. >> it's the slide. missed that page in the manual. my bad. let's take a look at what's going on down in san jose where it's 57 degrees right now with increasing clouds. maybe a little drizzle especially as you get cser to los gatos and the santa cruz mountains. clouds and stars, it will be a little cool the next couple nights. a warm weekend, but not oppressive. n today after the high took
over yesterday and warmed us up. the low is sinking down and ushering in a stronger sea breeze and cooler air mass for today. they're really battling it out. then we have the heat this weekend. 78 in milpitas. 80 in san jose. 87 in morgan hill, the warm spot. head up the peninsula, pretty much in the mid to upper 70s. millbrae is cooler as usual. low to mid 60s along the coast with mid to upper 60s in downtown, south san francisco and sausalito. much breezier than yesterday. north bay, low to mid 80s through most of your neighborhoods. breezy north of the bay bridge. low to mid 70s berkeley and northward. as you head into the east bay valleys, 83 to 88 degrees. let's see what the weekend has in store for us. 90 tomorrow to 80. low to mid 60s at the coast. mid 80s to mid 90s. saturday and sunday look to be our warmest days. a slow tapering next week.
hi frances. >> good morning north 101 at 7. as you make your way into the city, traffic flowing well, no problems in either direction. here is a live shot in the south bay. headlights move northbound on 101. that's 880 across your screen right there. nice and quiet in the south bay and also the peninsula. we've got lots of green on the traffic maps. the only bit of slowing we're finding right now is heading out of tracy to the altamont pass. not bad but there are heavy spots where you're moving at 20 miles per hour, 19 miles per hour as you make your way into livermore. westbound 580 tracy to dublin, 30 minutes. even westbound 4 out of antioch to concord, an easy 14-minute ride. ck up poible gotten fda e to approval for the color additive
that gives it that red cooked meat color. the redwood city company hopes to have its burgers in store by hundreds ofrory store workers are going on strike. a warning about a pet treat that can cause major problems for people. it isn't limited to one company or brand. paul sigh son has a surprise for his bay area fans. how you can get in on his pop-up concert in the east bay. here is tech bites. >> a warning from the federal trade commission about the eke fax data breach settlement payments. >> affected customers hopingto get $125 per person may be disappointed. the company says the response has been so overwhelming, payments to affected consumers will be much less than first thought. >> a personal shopper sends prime users each month. the stylist team sends out items
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mart and lucky supermarkets are planning to strike. this is according to the "san francisco examiner." representatives say a deal to increase wages. a tentative deal was reached but pulled the agreement offa a c a involved in a recall of all pig ear pet treats which made more than 100 people sick with salmonella. the agencies recommend if you have any pig ear treats from any company or any brand, throw it out. even though the treats are made for dogs, 127 people have gotten sick in 33 states including california. pets can get sick and pass the illness on to humans, even if the animal isn't showing any symptoms. a southern california neighborhood is on edge after a ploun tan lion was caught on a security camera hanging out in the back yard of a house. it was first spotted monday night in tarzana. the homeowner says this big cat
wandered around for at least an hour. not far away from that home a family says their dog disappeared sunday night. track the conservancy. the tracking isn't in realtime so they can't pinpoint the animal's exact location. >> a beautiful animal, mike. but i don't want it near me. >> that's okay. i'd like to see it somewhere else. let's talk about erick's impacts. flash flood watch for the big island, about 94,000 people until noon on saturday. watch out for rapidly changing conditions because of the rain. there's going to be more in the higher elevations. tropical storm warnings mean gusty winds through saturday. dangerous surf through 6:00 this evening. the storm is going to slide south. it's still about 230 miles away from the big island, but watch as it goes from a category one now down to a tropical storm and just keeps moving to the south and west and moving away.
so really once it gets past today, dangerous surf will be the biggest issue. frances. the earlier stall i mentioned in san francisco has turned into a crash. it's on north 101 connecting to east bay 80 heading out towards the bay bridge. it looks like our traffic sensors are picking up slowing on westbound 80 merging onto southbound 101. if you're making your way out of san leandro towards oaklan and northbound 880, you'll find the three right lanes blocked from 98 to the coliseum. once you get past that it's looking good. a live shot of the bay bridge toll plaza, just a minf the cas lanes, and also checking out the ride on 680 in walnut creek, looking good southbound here all the way through highway 24 as well. here is a chance to spend an evening with paul simon next friday. the rock & roll hall of famer
announced a special popup show august 9th at the fox theater in oakland. online presale tickets go on sale starting at 10:00 this morning. simon will be headlining the outside lands music festival next weekend. the warriors will unveil the sign for the warriors way street near chase center. starting in september the team's business address will be on warriors way. the state-of-the-art sports and entertainment complex opens in two months. the unveiling starts at 8:30 this morning. representatives from the department of public works, sfmta and the port of san francisco will be there. next at 5:00 a.m., pg&e finally responds to reports it put profits over fire safety. the claim it says is another chance to healro gs
good morning. welcome to august 1st on this thursday. >> you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. mke is here with a look at the day ahead. >> let's look at what's going on with live doppler 7. extensive cloud deck this morning has more juice to it. don't be surprised if you run into drizzle and a little fog through the north bay especially 101 through the khost. in san francisco i had to use the wipers several times. frances said she did, also. 55 to 60. maybe a degree or two milder than yesterday morning. hardly noticeable. 58 to 74 at