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now at 5:00 a.m., the san francisco fire department prepares to hold a remembrance ceremony on the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks. >> this is a live look from station 5 where they will have that ceremony later this morning. good morning. it's wednesday, september 11th. >> a live look at new york city. nearly 3,000 people killed 18 years ago when terrorists hij k hijacked airplanes and crashed them into the world trade center, the pentagon and a field in pennsylvania. the president is expected at a commemoration at the pentagon. the vice president will be in shanksville. right now we want to check our forecast. here is mike nicco. >> have either of you been there? >> to the site there, the memorial site? >> i've been to the one in new york. >> that's the one i meant. i'm sorry.
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that's what we were showing. i can't imagine how moving that is. let's talk about the forecast. hi, everybody. we have a little cloud cover along the coast. it's clear outside, as you can see from the east bay hills camera. here is my accuweather 12-hour planner. cooler this morning thanks to the lack of clouds. mid to upper the rest of us in the mid to upper 70s at 7:00. more on the impending heat wave coming up. let's get to frances for the commute. >> starting off with a look at the traffic maps. we have some slowing this early morning on the peninsula northbound 101, a crash reported at marsh. traffic is very heavy right now on 101 northbound making your way towards marsh. there's some road work on 101 in both directions tween marsh and wood side. that could cause some slowing
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there. that should be picked up soon. also you will find road work causing some delays on southbound 880 right now through oakland. that should be picked up at 6:00. traffic very heavy in the southbound direction. northbound traffic slow with road work blocking most of the lanes except one. >> thank you. now back to our 9/11 coverage. today the country comes together to honor the victims who lost their lives 18 years ago. >> the san francisco fire department is holding a remembrance ceremony at all of its stations this morning. the public is invited to come out. amy hollyfield is live at fire station 5 with more. good morning. >> good morning. the ceremony will start at 6:45 with firefighters saying they will never forget the ultimate sacrifice that first responders made in new york 18 years ago. we have video to show you of past ceremonies that have happened in san francisco. the firefighters will hold a moment of silence and read the
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names of the 343 mf firefightes who lost their lives on 9/11. the fire chief said those who raced to the seen show the true means of service before self. the chief says they keep all of those who died in their hearts. the ceremony will play out at every fire station in the city this morning. and the public is welcome to attend. the chief says just go to your local fire station if you would like to pause this morning to remember the victims of 9/11 and throughout the day you'll notice the flags will be at half staff at all fire stations all day today. reporting live in san francisco, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> thank you for that report. also here's another live look at new york city. abc new also have a special report on the commemorations there today. that's coming up in about 40 minutes. a driver is under arrest after a crash that left a
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12-year-old boy with life threatening injuries. this happened in the tenderloin neighborhood around 5:00 yesterday afternoon. lisa amin gulezian talked to the district supervise babout what' being done. >> reporter: moments after crashing into the boy the man bewhib behind the wheel of an suv took a field sobriety test. he went from a cooperative driver to a suspect after failing the test. >> that person ran the little kid over. he didn't just hit him, he ran him over. look where his clothes is and the front of the vehicle. he ran him over. >> reporter: tenderloin residents are upset another person has been seriously injured. the neighborhood has seen several fatal crashes involving pedestrians. vision zero was meant to stop this. it launched in san francisco in 2014 and aims to drastically lower pedestrian and bicycle injuries and fatalities by the year 2024. supervisor matt hapney insists
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the program is not doing enough. our neighborhoods are not freeways. people are driving too fast. taking fast turns from one-way streets on to other one-way streets. i've been fighting as hard as i can to slow down traffic. >> reporter: the boy is being treated at san francisco general hospital. lisa amin gulezian, abc 7 news. richmond's police chief stepped down days after the police union's no confidence vote. the city manager announced allwyn brown's resignation. last week it was only said he was out of the office. critics say brown is responsible for a surge of departures. and now a story the iteam has been covering since july. te case of two teens from the bay area accused of killing police officer in rome.
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the two are charged in the stabbing of an undercover officer after a drug deal gone wrong. the officer died. the officer's partner told authorities they identified themselves as police before the attack, but now authorities say neither officer was carrying his weapon while they were on duty. elder's lawyer is talking about the case to "good morning america." he says the police are to blame for this. >> their main witness is an admitted liar. he said that both of them said they were police and showed their badges. we know one did not have his bam that night because all of his items were inventoried. >> both teens have admitted their involvement in the attack. happening today, a 24-year-old guatemalan woman will testify before the house oversight committee. isabel bueso moved here in 2003 to take part in a clinical trial for a rare genetic disorder.
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until now the family received regular extensions to stay here. last month the program was eliminated that allowed her to stay. iran is taking credit for the latest shake upin the trump administration. president trump said he fired john bolton, but bolton said he decided to resign monday night. there were disagreements over policy issues. iranian officials claim the move is a sign the pressure campaign has failed. if you shop at fry's electronics, you may have noticed empty shelves, the retailer insists they're making changes and not going out of the business. some people have been future. others blame president trump's trade war with china. the "mercury news" reports fry's is changing how it stocks merchandise.
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fry's is not closing stores except its palo alto location. >> you can see some of our temperatures rebounding to above average levels. that's during the afternoon hours. let's look at right now. we have mid to upper 50s through the tri valley, low to mid 60s for concord, pittsburg, antioch and brentwood. this time yesterday, mount d diablo was 49 degrees. mid to upper 50s from top to bottom. looing look at the lack of fog at the golden gate bridge. for outdoor activities, yard work good. exercising good. bay play good. the reason why? yard work today, still warmer than yesterday, but not as hot as it will be. exercise, especially early in the morning. no small craft aisory on the
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bay. 53 at 7:00. for the east bay. starting off with 58. sunshine by 9:00, 63. san francisco is going to be warmer than average. average high 70. we'll be in the low 70s starting around noon through 5:00. we'll look at those hotter temperatures coming up. how is the commute going, frances. >> we have three slow spots. the first on the peninsula, northbound 101 because of a small two-car crash at marsh. traffic is heavy on northbound 101. there's road work on 101 between marsh and woodside road. hopefully that will be cleared. southbound 880 jammed through oakland because of road work. there is also road work in the northbound direction slowing things down. our third slow spot this morning is westbound 580 making your way out of tracy.
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it's heavy into the altamont pass and gets heavy into livermore. the drive time right now from tracy to dublin, 42 minutes. westbound 4, a few break ligake on it. southbound 101 lookinggood. just 15 minutes. coming up next, know. >> a teen is experience iing lig its june 11th every day. and brandon crawford out an
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if you're just joining us, 7 things to know this morning. homeless advocates cheered when fremont city council approved opening a navigation center. some residents opposed the vote. they claim the company operating the center has a history of failing. number two, here is a live york city. today is the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. the san francisco fire department will hold annual 9/11 sermons at all 47 fire houses in the city just before 7:00 a.m.
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after a moment of violence, the names of the 343 new york firefighters killed will be red. and antonio brown has been trainer. brown's lawyer says the relationship was consensual. and number five, that touch of autumn out of the forecast. temperatures rebound a little bit above average today from 1 in napa, and this is just the beginning. and we have a slow spot on the peninsula, northbound 101 is heavy because of a krashl at marsh. >> i guess it's time to take a slofi. a slow motion selfie. this can be done on the new iphone 11.
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boy, that's attractive. > in your mind you look like beyonce. >> in your mind. >> yeah. mm-hmm. in today's gma first look. actor, tv host and former member of abc news, cameron matheson has resealed he's fighting companies. in this morning's first look, an abc news exclusivement. >> i was trying to make myself wake up. >> cameron matheson opening up about a serious medical diagnosis. the radiology report said there was a 4.2 centimeter mass on the right kidney. it was consistent with renal cell carcinoma. >> matheson known for his role on all my children and as a gma contributor noticed signs of the disease years ago. >> the cramping, pain, and
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situation was getting worse. >> coming up at 7:00 a.m., his emotional journey. his plans for treatment, and a live chat with dr. jennifer ashton. a teenager in illinois keeps having her memory reset. it's a lingering consequence of a brain injury she suffered three months ago. recipes disappear from riley horner's mind every two hours. she relies on a calendar to remind her every day is not june 11th. that's when she was accidentally kicked in the head by a student crowd surfing at a future farmers of america's convention. >> i will have noreelection of this. my mother will be like you were on the news.
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what? riley's doctors and family fear she could be like that forever. >> that is tough. apparently she takes a lot of notes. >> yeah. >> that's tough. okay. >> so what if everything we think we know about aging is just absolutely wrong. >> brand-new book by dr. david sinclair proposes a provocative new theory saying aging is a disease and that disease is treatable. >> these diets are putting us into a state of biological stress. the body gets shocked. it thinks times are bad and it might not survive t fights back with everything its got. fighting against heart disease. imagine 40,000 years ago, we're running away from wild animals. these days we get on a treadmill but it's the same thing, it tells your body there's a danger, a threat to your survival. >> you can hear much more of dr. sinclair's theories coming up at 7:00 on gma.
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did he just tell us to stop killing ourselves at the gym? >> that's what i heard. >> i don't know. >> if i didn't, i -- that would get me. i department know. i'll have to watch that. 58 degrees down in san jose. we'll be brighter today with a warming trend beginning. the hills could stay in the 60s and 70s. above average heat will last for four days inland. let's look at the lack of clouds this morning. a lot of them right along the coast. they'll hang around the peninsula for the most part heading into the late morning and early afternoon hours. even there they dry up a bit. let's see where we end up with the greater amount of sunshine. 81 in sunnyvale. gilroy at 88. 78 in santa cruz. they're the cool spot.
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dropping into the mid 70s passing by san mateo and millbrae. we'll have 73 in downtown. sausalito at 72. 66 to 67, pretty nice along the north bay beaches. this is where the breezes will be faster. they'll taper a bit on the peninsula coast. 84 to 89 along the north bay valleys. 76 in richmond and berkeley. 81 showing up around union city and fremont. and we have 1have 85 tonight, 52 at half moon bay. concord, san jose and antioch around 60, 62 degrees. big jump in temperatures tomorrow. an offshore breeze will bring some 70s to the coast. that will continue on friday. we hit 90 to 100. the heat is gone by sunday. frances? >> we have some hot spots for you on the freeways now on the
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peninsula. we had an earlier crash northbound 101 at marsh. it is slowing traffic down in the northbound direction through menlo park. chp is at the scene. no injuries have been reported. hopefully this will clear up. also it's been slow on the southbound 880 ride through oakland because of road work blocking lanes at 29th. that's scheduled until 6:00. northbound traffic slow through the area. here's a live shot of 680, the southbound traffic on the right-hand side. better news through the 680 and highway 4 interchange, the connection ramps have been reopened. you will find lanes closed at 242 due to road work. things are filling in at the bay bridge toll las sa. 48 minutes on southbound 101. police in london are calling it a moment of unexplained rage.
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now they're trying to track down this bicyclist after a camera caught him violently headbutting a pedestrian. police say the cycle ran a red light and almost hit a man. the cyclist got off his bike and headbutted the man. he fell and hurt his arm and also needed stitches near his eye. police are not sure why the cyclist was so violent. marin transit hopes to give free rides to senior citizens and those with disabilities. our media partner the marin ij reports marin transit hopes to ease the process to apply for access to dial a ride and paratransit services. mariah carey's daughter makes a relatable decision. the store she picked when mom offered up a shopping spree. and j. lo's next big gig. when you could see her on tv. a live look outside at the bridge.
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by the postings i'm getting on social media, not everybody is happy by the warm weather. by next week, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, it's off to the east coast. our temperatures rebound back to 33% chance of below average highs. so the heat won't last long. autumn returns next week. ♪ ♪ greenday will release a new album next year and the band is going on tour. the band will make a stop at oracle park in july of next year. the openers include fallout boy, wheezer and the interrupters.
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tickets go on sale next friday. jennifer lopez might headline the next super bowl halftime show. >> entertainment tonight is reporting that j. lo is at the top of the list of performers. j. lo said she is willing to perform at the game in miami gardens florida next year but there are details that have to be hashed out befor the deal is official. earlier this week j. lo shared a video on instagram promoting the nfl's new season. so if you could go on a shopping spree at any store, where would you choose? >> if you are mariah carey's daughter, you pick target. the singer posted this photo on instagram saying she told her daughter to pick anywhere in the world for a shopping spree, and this is where her daughter wanted to go. i don't know if we can kill this banner up there. you have to check out mariah carey's shoes. >> those are target shoes, right? >> this is supposed to teach us what? celebrities are just like us? they go shopping at target? >> looking fly. she does look fly though.
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>> you don't wear heels in target? everyone does. >> if i wore heels in target, my head would hit the ceiling. i do wear heels everywhere else, just not target. some students have a lot of reading ahead of them. is all because the giants brandon crawford signed an autograph. here's what happened. a teacher had a sign at last night's game that read crawford, if i get an autograph, my students will read 100 books this month. that caught the bay area native's attention. the next thing you know she to the an out dpraf. they better start reading. >> okay. i can't figure out if that's a punishment or a reward. they're like you got the autograph. >> yeah. >> why do we have to read? >> thanks. reading is fun, kids. >> right. and fundamental. coming back with another 90 minutes of news.
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i'm jobina fortson in fremont where a highly debated plan to build a homeless navigation center here has been approved. i'll have the details next. we are taking a live look this morning from (sigh) (crunch) babybel: that snack just sounded boring. babybel: coming through. no photos, please. babybel: bye, bland. babybel: helloooo, delicious. vo: rich, creamy, 100% real cheese. vo: with mini babybel, snack time is saved. babybel: saved it!
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in about 15 minutes or so. you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. >> we'll show you what to expect on this september 11th. winds are much calmer out there. the cloud cover is less extent except along the coast. notice the flags, not moving hardly at all. the sea breeze is relaxing. that will aid in the warming trend today. because of the lack of clouds and winds. we're cooler this morning. temperatures in the 50s through 7:00. 73 to 79 for the bay area neighborhoods. we'll be around 80 around the bay to 90 inland. >> we have a slow spot on southbound 880 because of road wash and a stall as well. traffic jammed in the southbound direction and in the northbound direction. all of this road work should be picked up by 6:00. a crash on northbound 101
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earlier not causing any delays. northbound traffic is flowing well. at the bay bridge toll plaza, traffic is backed up over the 880 overcrassinossing. developing news this morning involving former raiders wide receiver antonio brown. the new england patriot is now facing a civil lawsuit because his former trainer is accusing him of sexual assault. >> the bombshell allegations follow brown's recent headline grabbing behavior that led to the raiders releasing him. in the lawsuit britney taylor claims brown exposed himself and kissed her without permission during a training session in 2017. she also claims brown forcibly raped her at his home last year. brown is denying the allegations saying all the contact was consensual. >> the fact she is lending her
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name lends credibility to what she's saying. there's no way to know what's true or not true. but this is very serious. >> the patriots say they are taking the claims seriously and will wait for the nfl to investigate. espn reports that brown will counter sue. a new homeless navigation is going up right at city hall. >> the homeless shelter will be built behind city hall. jobina fortson has the details. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this area behind me here with the seats is where the overflow crowd was last night. hundreds of people on those chairs waiting for a vote that didn't come down until shortly before 11:00 last night. it was a yes. there were more than 400 public speakers hoping to sway the vote one way or another. staff reports show the n
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navigation center would cost roughly 7$7.7 million to bld and operate over the next three years. it will go in the back parking lot of city hall and house up to 45 people six months at a time beginning in 2020. >> it's definitely a move forward. housing navigation system could have saved my son's life. he was out on the streets and lost his life march 17th. >> it's proven not successful in berkeley, oakland, but we still want to build it. >> reporter: according to an anticipated development timeline, the fremont city council is on time with the final site selection for the center. jobina fortson, abc 7 news. thank you. in the east bay, the city of
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oakland plans to tear down a homeless encampment under b.a.r.t. tracks today. 21 self-built homes at the encampment on san leandro boulevard between 81st and 85th avenue will be removed for fire code violations. the homeless people will be allowed to stay there, but they'll have to downgrade to tents. the protesters plan to demonstrate starting at 8:00 a.m. this morning to show support for the encampment residents. president trump ordered a sweeping effort to stop homelessness in the area. there are questions on whether he has the authority to order the move. many california lawmakers say the idea is a political stunt. the president criticized democratic leaders for doing nothing to improve the homeless crisis. this morning california is a step closer to giving new wage and benefit protections to rideshare drivers and other so-called gig workers. the state senate passed a law last night that would turn most independent contractors into employees. companies would have to
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designate workers as employes if their work is part of the company's regular business. uber, lyft, door dash, instacart and taxi companies would be affected. the measure heads back to assembly for final approval and governor newsom says he will sign the measure. today the nation pauses to remember the 9/11 terrorist attacks. it's been 18 years since the twin towers fell in new york city. here is a live look at the freedom tower. it was built at the site where the towers once stood. the 9/11 memorial and reflecting pool honers the victims and first responders who died. hijackers on a suicide mission gained control of several planes on september 11, 2001, two of them were flown into the world trade center complex. a third plane crashed into the pentagon in virginia. flight 93, which was supposed to land at sfo crashed in pennsylvania after hijackers gained control of that plane. it's believed they wanted to divert the flight to washington, d.c.
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a group of passengers including mark bingham, a bay area native, stormed into the cockpit to stop the hijackers. abc news will have a special report on the commemorations in new york city. that's coming up in a few minutes. expect more flight cancellations and delays at sfo because of runway construction. here's a live look at the airport. this morning at least 62 flights are canceled, and so far 12 are delayed. i'm sure that number will go up. since the main runway closed on saturday, more than 1,000 flights have been delayed. nearly 500 canceled. >> of all airports, it's the second or third best airport, today's experience is one of the worst. >> the flight cancellations hurt some hotels and shuttle businesses. the runway is scheduled to reopen september 27th. and if you're stuck overnight, the airlines will not pay for
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your hotel rooms, that's because the runway construction is out of their control. many hotels reach capacity most weeknights, even before this. a live look at the embarcadero. everybody is getting up and moving. let's check the weather with mike nicco. >> we'll start over in the east bay. we have 60 in richmond. 61 in alameda. everybody else in the mid to upper 50s. castro valley, 54 degrees for the cool spot. temperatures in the mid to upper 50s just about everywhere else. concord, antioch, 61 and 64. brent wood is 59. you're usually one of the warmer spots. the richmond side of the richmond-san rafael bridge, 61 degrees. fewer clouds for driving and later on. watch out for that sunshine. mass transit cool this morning, it's going to be warmer this afternoon when you head back home. on the bay, the breeze are relaxed. no small craft advisory to worry
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about. let's talk about the peninsula, at 7:00, 58. 70 by 11:00. mid to upper 70s for most of the afternoon hours. between 2:00 and 3:00, spiking in the low 80s. for the south bay, 58 at 7:00. 73 at 11 look. low to mid 80s for the afternoon. we'll end with the east bay valleys, which start off at 59 d sunshine at 7:00. nearing 80 at noon. and then upper 80s from 2:00 through about 6:00. some neighborhoods will reach 90 for the first time in about four to five days, with 100 degrees thrown in the middle. i'll show you those coming up in the seven-day forecast. first want to say good morning to frances. love the color of the dress. fantastic. love it. >> thank you. >> how is the traffic? >> traffic is good. >> good. >> we have a few slow spots, not a lot of big accidents. you guys are doing a great job.
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bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights were turned on earlier than usual. there was a hit and run quickly taken off to the parking lot. westbound 80 now is fine for headlights moving westbound. an earlier problem at gillman, traffic going by just fine now. and also at the richmond-san rafael bridge, a minor wait at the toll plaza. the slowest spot is southbound 880 in oakland. we've been tracking that. it's because of road work at 29th. so traffic is very heavy southbound approaching the road southbound approaching the road my new $4.99 blt cheeseburger combo, comes with... 100% beef and hickory smoked bacon, plus fries and a drink all for just the change in your couch. i found the remote! try my new $4.99 blt cheeseburger combo.
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floors 93 to 99 of the tower. the remembrance that will happen today will remember those times and how people reacted and came together in the moments of just watching this all unfold. we see here those ceremonies starting there. first responders carrying the flag. and we expect ceremonies like this not only in new york city but all across the country, including in san francisco and the bay area. >> every single fire station in san francisco will be honoring those who lost their lives. in particular the firefighters who were killed that day. they'll read those names later on this morning. and we will also have a live report from one of the station's where our reporter is this morning. they've been doing that for many years in san francisco as they've been doing it across the country in various cities. >> i know a lot of people in the bay area are waking up to this because it happened at this
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time. for those of us who lived on the east coast at the time, we were living through it. i was watching live -- i was at cbs, they were talking about, you know, small plane may have been crashed. and then as the helicopter was showing one of the towers on the fire, you could see the other plane come in and crash into the other tower live on tv. it was just oh, my goodness, did i just see that moment? it was -- i can't believe what's going on. and it wasn't until then that everybody realized this is a lot bigger event than what we thought it was. this is not just a new york event. ♪ o say, can you see by the dawn's early light ♪ ♪ what so proudly we hailed at the twilight's
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last gleaming? ♪ ♪ whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight ♪ ♪ o'er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming? ♪ ♪ and the rockets' red glare the bombs bursting in air ♪ good morning. we will take a moment now to mark the 1th ape ver8th annivere terrorist attacks in new york city, the pentagon and pennsylvania. you can hear that now, they are singing the national anthem and then a moment of violence at 8:46 a.m. to mark the exact time that flight 11 hit the north tower. let's listen in.
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♪ o'er the land of the free ♪ ♪ and the home of the brave? ♪ [ bell tolls ]
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♪ ♪ >> in just a few moments the names of all the victims will be read. and then another moment of silence at 9:03. that's when united airlines flight 175 hit the south tower. there will be four more bells for when the two towers fell, when the pentagon was hit and when flight 93 went do shafrpg shanksville, pennsylvania. the president and melania will be participating in proceedings at the pentagon. mike pence will be in pennsylvania. we will return to regular
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programming. for those of you in the east, that's been "good morning america." now back to regular programming. >> that always gives you chills to see, 18 years later, the families who still gather at that spot to see the reading of the 3,000 names. it takes about 3 1/2 hours to get through all of those. it's really something to see. >> now it is 5:48. we are checking in with mike for a look at the forecast. >> guys, good morning. we'll switch gears here and bring it back home and talk about today. 55 degrees, under a clear sky from sutro tower. a whole lot of sunshine. temperatures will spring back above average today. we start the warming trend. 90s and 100s not only inland but around the bay. look at the lack of cloud cover. the numbers go from green and blue up to yellows and or raang.
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the cloud cover is just barely hanging on. let's see where we'll peak today. in the south bay, we start at 81 in sunnyvale. 84 in san jose. 88 in gilroy. sunshine in santa cruz, 78. we'll have mid 70s to mid 80s on the peninsula today. the 60s are at the coast. mid to upper 60s there. mid 70s in downtown and south san francisco and sausalito. mid to upper 60s along the north bay coasts. heading into the valleys, mid to upper 80s there. as we go over to the east bayshore, mid 70s to low 80s. as we move into the east bay, this is where the warmth is starting to show up. 90 in pittsburg and antioch. 91 in brentwood. the first of four or five days in the 90s. lows tonight, in the valleys, 50s and 60s. 60s and 70s becoming more common in the hills.
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a slight chance of an offshore breeze tomorrow morning which will jump start us into a warmer afternoon. 70s at the coast. 80s around the bay. 90s inland. by sunday we're back to average. the. we had some problems on the peninsula, and now a new crash on palo alto, southbound 101 at university. the northbound traffic through menlo park cleared out. southbound 880 remains jammed through oakland because of road work. it just turned yellow there. hopefully they'll be clearing that soon. new crash on westbound 580 at grant line road. this is on the shoulder. it's very heavy out of tracy making your way to the altamont pass. tracy to castro valley is 59 minutes. northbound 101 looking good. 14 minutes. northbound 280 into san
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francisco, green and delay fr ld on the bay bridge toll plaza earlier than normal. so traffic is backed up. a shot of 101 in san jose. that's 880 across your screen. no major problems reported in the south bay. it's looking great right now in the north bay, that earlier accident, southbound 101 at university, still causi family is all togetherect... and we switched to geico; saved money on our boat insurance. how could it get any better than this? dad, i just caught a goldfish!
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pirates and giants at oracle. 6: 6:45 and 67 degrees. not the breezes we normally have. thursday, 100 in fairfield. 90s from hayward into the south bay. 100s for friday. 73 in san francisco is a little low. we'll be pushing the 80s by friday in san francisco. the cooling beginning saturday. we at least get rid of the 100s. by sunday we get rid of the 90s. near next week. monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, a 33% chance of below average temperatures, so the autumn seesaw continues the next several days. okay. we're heading over to the traffic maps. and i'm just putting in a new crash that just came in. this is not it, but it's on northbound 87, it's reported in the middle lanes. here's an accident southbound 101 at university in palo alto.
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this may have injuries, but it's not causing slowing now on the peninsula. checking out the ride out of san martin, traffic is heavy right now into morgan hill. but no major problems through the area. southbound 880 i think will recover soon. there was road work scheduled at 29th avenue. that will be picked up in the next five minutes. traffic is starting to move a little bit better, but that westbound 580 stretch is the heaviest out of tracy with a crash at grant line road on the shoulder. thanks. new iphone line and a gaming service just some of the announcements yesterday from apple. the cupertino based company revealed three versions of the iphone 11 and check out what it can do. >> it takes fab developments in the dark or slow mow selfies, or slofies. >> i don't want that. do you? >> no. >> the slofie? look at her. cute. cute.
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not cute. would i use that? i don't know. maybe it's just us. maybe some people are ready for the slofie. >> do you use that anamoji? >> no. >> that was cool. somebody dropped the phone in soda, it survived. >> so does the 10. >> let me have my joy. iphone 11 users can take these slofies with the upgraded camera. it has multiple lepsnses. the phone will be released next friday and the starting price is $700. sure. then it goes up from there. apple rk launches next thursday. subscribes who pay 5 bucks a month will have access to 100 games that can be played on your apple devices. apple tv plus comes in november. the streaming service will cost 5 bucks a month. anybody who gets a new apple device will get it free for a
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year. good. >> next at 6:00, a shakeup at the white house, a surprising source taking credit for john bolton's ouster. san francisco firefighters will pause this morning to remember the victims of the 9/11 attacks. i'm amy hollyfield. i'll have the details coming up. we're hearing about the dangers of vaping more and more. the urgent warning going on this morning from one of the nation's top health organizations. we will leave you with a live look from the mount tam camera. it looks like it
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we'll have much more on how the bay area is marking 18 years since the deadly attacks. that will be in a moment. >> first, as we do at the beginning of the show. we get you caught up on traffic and weather. sum ser abomer is about to make comeback. here is mike nicco. >> summer is coming, and it shows up in the lack of clouds on doppler radar. it is clear looking from east bay hills back to san francisco. a little haze out there. whatever cloud cover is not out there today. starting off cool, temperatures in the mid to 80 to near 90 at 4:00. the bay bridge toll plaza metering lights have been turned on early. there is a backup already. this is making your way towards the


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