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rkplace rampage still no sign of sharif allman. the latest on the investigation coming up. san francisco police move in to try and break up a planned protest outside the federal reserve. >> reporter: i'm amy hollyfield live in san francisco. apple fans overwhelming youtube and twitter with all of their tributes for steve jobs as the world mourns his death. executives faced with the is next for apple? good morning live from downtown san francisco back to oakland don't see much in the way of rain here scattered showers for your morning commute i'll show you those on live doppler and update on this warm weekend. beautiful shot of the golden gate bridge traffic moving well. good morning thursday morning sue hall following your commute. stuff flying around in lanes in san mateo i'll tell what is going on there. >> we'll be waiting to find out.
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6:01 on this thursday thanks for joining us i'm eric thomas. >> and i'm kristen sze. continued manhunt for a cement plan worker accused of a mass deadly workplace shooting. authorities have shifted away from a sunnyvale neighborhood. terry mcsweeney is live at the sheriff department's command center. >> reporter: law enforcement officials are on the 4th floor trying to map out where they go at daybreak when the ground search begins again. despite having choppers up all night with thermal images and yesterday's all day search no sign of shareef allman. take a look at the location in sunnyvale where he was at homestead and tantau yesterday morning 7:00 when he shot a woman in a failed carjacking. police and s.w.a.t. teams were unable to find him. witnesses say it again 4:30 yesterday morning in the cement plan in cupertino. allman walked into a meeting
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say something to the effect you want to mess with me and opened fire with an assault rifle and handgun. at 7:00 he was in the parking lot where he shot the woman. all day search turned up nothing. seems to be nowhere to be found. >> we know the area that we searched is clear. we believe it is. we've had many teams working many hours in clearing the neighborhoods an joining neighborhoods, please lock your doors like you should every night and be aware. we still believe the suspect is armed and certainly dangerous. >> >> reporter: allman's car was recovered at as go station. also ed two assault rifles shotgun and -- handgun. sheriff's officials have found a video of allman walking from his car with a rifle. he's described as a black man about 6 feet 215 pounds. the fbi and u.s. marshal service has been called in to help out. three people kill nine wounded
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all told. the search goes on at daybreak all-out ground search will resume. terry mcsweeney abc7 news. students in schools surrounding the shooting return to classes this morning. cupertino union santa clara and fremont districts will return to normal schedules. many of the districts opened in lock down mode . parents are advised to check their district's -- websites. >> it appears tension between police and pretessers may be growing in san francisco's financial district. -- >> a group of about 100 spent all night outside the san francisco fed reserve bank initially planning to camp there. before midnight police stepped in and told them to break down their tents and kitchen or be arrested. this morning one person was taken into custody on charges of assaulting an officer.
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the rest did pack up for a time but are now setting up tends again. the group says the protest is meant to show opposition to corporate greed and government inaction. in east oakland police investigating a deadly shooting that ended with a car crashing into a home around 10:30 last night investigators say the victim was shot inside a car at favor street and 70th then crashed the car into a home a few blocks away. oakland police have not may any arrests. this morning tributes continue to pour in from around the world for steve jobs. even as the memorials grow many are asking what is next for the silicon valley company he personified and drove with his vision? amy hollyfield is live at the san francisco apple store with more. >> reporter: youtube and twitter have been overloaded
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with tributes. there are real tributes popping up this at the san francisco downtown store. windows are covered with post-it notes. pea are writing little notes -- people are writing little notes, including this one my company would not exist without yours. thank you with a little apple. now apple has to figure out how to keep its company going how to exist without its front man. the products have incredible momentum the challenge is to keep that going. experts say the new ceo will have to spend money on new products. tech observers point out it is a fine company with strong executives, they say jobs' vision will be tough to replace. >> there's still a lot of innovative people working here. steve gets more credit than maybe he deserves for what apple has done. but he's going out as god right. everybody who works here going to go what would steve do? does this come up to his bar?
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>> reporter: first executives have to lead employees through the grief process. the cupertino headquarters has turned into a memorial flags at half-staff. new ceo cook said in an e-mail there will be a memorial service for employees to attend. in a company statement executives promise that jobs' spirit will remain the foundation of the company. amy hollyfield abc7 news. apple has all been defined by its ability to stay on the cutting-edge of high-tech. that was evident as mourners gathered for what they called an iphone vigil last night. i was pro meted online of course with tweets call ago tend dees to -- turn up your brightness and remember -- calling on attendees to turn up your brightness and remembering to. >> he's been a hero and icon of mine for 15 years.
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i had an original mac learned how to use computers from that invention and have been an avid follower. >> business analysts say jobs will be considered an giant on the scale of edison and for. >> jobs served as chief executive of pixar and sat on the board of the disney corporation the parent company of abc 7. disney ceo says with his passing the world has lost a rare original. steve influenced two separate centuries and forever change what we believe is possible. we invite to you share your thoughts on our facebook page if you would like to leave a comment go to facebook.com/ abc7 news. >> been thinking about why so many are so emotional. one from actress that that plimpton sums it up carrying a little part of him in my pocket everyday. >> a lot of people are. had his finger on the pulse of what we all wanted.
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>> what we all needed before we knew we needed it. i found out on my iphone what happen yesterday. very sad. let's talk about rain. in the north bay, you can see that storm that was dropping lightning around manchester and sea ranch has lost a still as it heads down towards bodega bay. let's watch this ever so slowly update you can see storm still not doing much as far as lightning does -- lightning goes. we could still have showers even thunderstorms as the parent low starts to finally pull away and we get on the back side of this system or the front side of high pressure. right now 40s in napa santa rosa los gatos everybody else low to mid 50s.
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during the afternoon low to mid 60s in most areas scattered showers and thunderstorm, same around the monterey buy. 7-day forecast from 6 to 18° warmer by sunday and the warmth sunshine and dry weather hangs through next week. good morning. san mateo, debris in lanes. what is it? cardboard. a truck lost its load that could be a hazard if it paoeuplds your visibility. -- if it impedes your visable. traffic moving well as you head towards cupertino no problems there. bay bridge little or no delays. no metering lights at this hour. these folks are paying cash that's why it is taking a little longer for them. 6:10 now. we'll continue to look at the tributes to steve jobs that are still pouring in from around the world.
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tiger teeing off in the south bay. what he's saying about this week's tournament. a little winter in the fall. a look at current conditions in the sierra and what you will face if you are headed cl c c
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>> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. we come back. college saw dens who have been worrying there -- there won't be jobs when they graduate
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got lifting news. hiring goes up 13% this year compared to last. salaries rose by 6% in year. they now pull in about $51,000 per year on average. biggest increase are in computer science and petroleum engineering. the ref of us received lower raises this year averaging less than 2%. i know it is early october but chains are required on i-80 and highway 50 headed to tahoe this morning because of snow. last night two weeks into fall and the sierras are blanketed with snow. operators say they welcome this early snowfall. drivers might disagree. most forcasters are predicting snowfall will be average this season. >> what is the status of the storm that brought that snow up there? >> it is tapering quickly. temperatures are going to warm a little and hopefully chain
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requirements won't be needed later today maybe tomorrow morning if some of that refreezes. a lot of rows are clear this morning they are doing a -- a lot of roads are clear this morning. they are doing a wonderful job. back at home wet throughout the afternoon showers and thunder showers still in the forecast. 6:15. let's look at live doppler best showers sliding down the east bay shore now into the east bay hills will go into the south bay especially around milpedis. weak a little we done see the lightning strikes like we saw the showers rolling through mendocino county, you can see yellows in there. light to moderate rain for your morning commute. rainfall records on the low end move fit feel near a inch -- nearly 3/4 in oakland. all those are daily record
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rainfalls for yesterday. temperatures right now mid to upper 40s in los gatos mid to upper 40s around gilroy santa cruz. what we are going to talk about our first highlight today focusing on today the last round of showers and thunderstorms. small hail still possible out of storms. clear and cooler tonight more of us will feel the 40s tomorrow morning may have patchy fog to drive through during the morning hours. warm sunshine all the way to the coast for the weekend into early next week. low to mid 60s today 10 to 15° cooler than with peeks of sunshine and thunderstorms during the afternoon. same around the monseray bay in all capacities. tonight, look at all the areas that are not in the 40s antioch richmond oakland san mateo and san francisco low 50s. three parts of the system two
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have again through. the last comes through the weaker one will still cause problems with ponding on the roads brief heavy rains roll through the north bay the bay and out of the south bay by 7:00. accuweather 7-day warming trend significant at the coast 10° warmer around the bay and inland around 10 to 16° warmer a long stretch of sunshine and warm weather. good morning. stall coming off the bay bridge in san francisco 80 westbound blocking the right lane you might slowing as you head off of the bridge before 9télñfj drive times this morning looking good so far a little jam out of antioch towards concord 580 not bad less than half an hour towards dublin lessonon nice drive southbound off the -- off waldo across the golden gate bridge no
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delays. chain requirements live shot you can barely see it reds are pretty clear but chance are required on 80 both directions between nayak and truckee, no chains on 50 at this time, that could change. abc7news.com/traffic for the latest. 6:18 now. tiger woods tees off this afternoon in the opening round of the open in southern santa clara county. tiger was once the dominant player he has again from number one to a guy struggling to find his stroke in the midst of personal crisis. when he visited in '2009 weighs on the sidelines with elin and the kids where he went to college. what followed was divorce and turmoil he missed the cut in august now ready to put more than a month of intense practice to the test.
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>> just basically get the reps in. that's where my comfort is coming back be able to hit shots and play 36 holes a day. something i-done -- i hadn't done because i hadn't had the time. >> tiger tees off at 12:10 tomorrow 7:40 a.m.. coming up, the new no frills tablet that aims to close the digital divide in a country with the largest population of people in poverty. moving tribute in place where steve
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6:23. a memorial to steve jobs has shown up at the site where it all started. someone left flowers and other remembrances outside the garage where jobs and wozniacki again billing their first computers. neighbors a jobs' stepmother still lives in that home itch the ipad may be the world's best known tablet. india has the least expensive tablet. a group got the first look yesterday in any deli. the $35 -- in new delhi. the $35 tablet. only 8% people have access to the internet. officials hope the inexpensive tablets will bridge the divide that separates education in
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rural areas and the cities. new milestone for googler. the location app has been downloaded more than one billion times. to mark the occasion the bay area-based search giant launched a site featuring case stu is of how the app as been put to use. a archeologist has used google earth to identify sites in saudi arabia and an amazon tribe's plan to use the application to geotag their land in hopes of boosting conservation efforts. less than a day after steve jobs' death attempts to make money off of his passing are popping up online that is still ahead. concern on campus what officials are doing at cal today to try and head off an outbreak. overnight clash between police and the group calling itself occupy san francisco. >> reporter: aim terry mcsweeney in san jose no --
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sign of the man who opened fire at a workplace yesterdaying killing three. we'll talk about motive coming up. here's a look at our major airports all running on time. flight tracker any time you travel abc7news.com at the bottom. morning, live look at the a bridge toll plaza. metering lights just turned on. where are your commute bottlenecks?bñ
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good morning. :29 on this thursday. the opening bell will ring shortly. trayers and job seekers are getting news -- traders and job seekers are getting news they don't want to hear. number who apply for unemployment benefits last week rose slightly. the biggest focus on wall street today different jobs. what may be happen to appear -- to apple stock on the first trading day since steve passed away. police truth the bay area still on the look out for the -- -- on the lookout for a man
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who kill three and wounded seven more. terry mcsweeney is live they san jose. >> reporter: just got off the phone with a spokesman for the sheriff's department. he says still no luck in finding shareef allman. they are talking focus from that sunnyvale area that was searched yesterday. they feel they searched so thoroughly there's very little chance he could still be out there. take a look at that location this is sunnyvale homestead and tantau where he try carjack a woman's car in the hewlett-packard company parking lot. when she refused he shot and wounded her this began 2 1/2 hours before that at the cement plant on stevens creek boulevard where he arrived for a meeting pulled out an assault rifle and handgun and shot nine killing three. he was upset he had within
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move to the -- he had been move to the night ship. manager say he was showing up late and involved in more accidents than other employees. friends say there was no warning this was going to happen. >> he has too much to live for. for him to snap like this it is totally out of character for as long as i've known him for him to act like this. >> reporter: allman's car was recovered at a gas station. also recovered two assault rifles shotgun and handgun. sheriff's officials have video of allman walking from that car, he a rifle. described as 6 feet, 215 pounds. obviously he is considered armed and dangerous. the sheriff's department spokesman i was talking to says what they are working on now, considering they don't think he's in the area where they were searching. they are working on some leads.
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they are asking the public if you see him and you have seen his picture this morning if you see this person please contact law enforcement immediately. terry mcsweeney abc7 news. >> it has been a worrisome night at the san jose complex where allman has lived for 10 years. residents say they never saw his violent sigh. he lived with his teenaged daughter. residents consider allman a model single parent and a caring person no one saw warning signs that he was upset or troubled. some had suspicions about the situation at work. >> i don't know if it is job-related he's been having problems with the job for years. >> have you ever met his daughter? >> yeah. >> he's raising a daughter by himself? >> yes he's been raising her she a good girl she is working and stuff so i don't stan. >> neighbors say shareef allman is a religious man.
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they -- they hope he will surrender. students will return to classes this morning. cupertino union santa clara unified and fremont districts will return to normal schedules today. many of the schools in those districts operated in lock down mode yesterday as police searched for shareef allman. parents are advised to check websites for updates. the body of a missing san jose mother has been found. a row worker came across the body of the 29-year-old yesterday afternoon. in a wooded area in northeast san jose. this was the scene near sierra road. she had been missing since sunday. her disappearance had been ruled suspicious. investigators are working with the coroner to determine how she die. homicide has not been ruled out. 6:34. i was a long cold night for more than 100 in
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san francisco. right now they are still out in front of the federal reserve bank. they were initially planning to camp out before police told them to break down their tends or face arrest. one person was taken into -- taken into custody on charges of assaulting an officer. many did pack up for a while but now setting up again. the protests began as a way to show solidarity with the occupy wall street protests in new york city. >> i think it will make people much more willing to cop out once they see our solidarity and how strongly we feel that we will stand in the rain as easily as we will lay in a tent in the rain and brings highlight to our struggle and cause. >> yesterday the group marched to the civic center through the tender loin in union square some plan to do the same . free vaccinations at uc berkeley today following a mumps outbreak. seven cases confirmed, 13 tested.
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the virus can cause painful swelling of the salivary glands. students began getting ill last week. the clinic is between noon and 6 p.m. at the university's tang center. san jose school district being ordered to pay more than half a million dollars after officials misled the state about construction funds. according to california watch oak grove officials lied on an application for funds. stay lawman days half of a project -- state law mandates half of the project must be underway. an investigation revealed the guarantees weren't entered until more than six years later after the dissthreubg was given 8.5 million dollars. state officials say the action increased california's debt. while depriving it of needed funds. 6:36. time to take a look at the weather. >> should be good. might hit a stray shower or two during your morning commute
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>> we were following that thunderstorm that came out of mendocino county it is reenergizing lightning strikes around bodega bay another storm towards inverness could slide down towards mill valley all storms moving nor west to southeast. this will be one of two probably big -- pushes of thunderstorms today. one now and another mid-morning to mid afternoon watch out we have rain in the sand that cruz mountains some of that could befalling -- santa cruz mountains some of that could be falling in sprinkles in the valley. winds calm west 13 oakland everybody else less 1 to 9° cooler 40s and 50s at 8:00 with storms continue to move north to south an the bay area. by noon temperatures have jumped into the mid and upper
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50s still seeing greens three through in the form of thunderstorms. by 4:00 they start tapering and we hit throw mid 60s. 7:00 we should be almost clear of storms. then the warming trend begins tomorrow afternoon. tonight will be the coolest night in the forecast with all of news the 40s. we are going to san francisco now. sky way westbound off of the bay bridge stall blocking right lane before 9th street. stalled big rig eastbound 580 in the noncommute at the north flynn on ramp. westbound traffic slowing. a little over 30 minutes headed towards dublin. drive from santa rosa towards no-fly zone 37 minutes. live to king veil and tahoe -- to kingvale tahoe.
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no chains on 50 so far beautiful picture. 6:38. >> the nobel thaoebgs had one country cheering by mistake this morning. how apple's stock is trading on the first day after steve jobs' passing. the big board the dow down 14 points. what time you will see and hear angels roaring across the san francisco skyline today. the glitch that is costing bart more than $200,000. check out the downtown apple store. it has turned into a memorial for steve jobs. people mourn his death apple executives face the challenge of how to keep the company going without its f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f
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welcome become. last storm system pushing through northern california lightning s lightning thunder small hail possible -- brief heavy rain during the afternoon and evening areas. for sure area that will be dry los angeles and palm springs low to mid 70s there 66 in . check out yo stemmy.
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lingering snow showers 40 in tahoe. >> >> breaking news out of washington, d.c. live picture of the u.s. capital several news stations are reporting that capitol police have discovered a suspicious device near the reflecting pool in friend of the capitol surrounding roads shutdown. the capitol not being evacuated. we'll continue to follow this story and bring you more as we get it. in morning not even 24 hours after steve jones' death there are people trying to profit. on ebay the highest priced related items are domain names. steve jobs tribute.com and steve jobs rip offered at one million dollars. many other ptomaine names with jobs' name in the six figure range. other items photo up to $4,000 with 39 buys. apple think different poster
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selling $1500 president obama issue a statement on the passing of steve jobs. the president says "steve was money the greatest of american innovators brave enough to think differently bold enough to believe he could change the world and talented enough to do it." mark zucker berk posted aid tribute to jobs -- zuckerberg posted a tribute to jobs thanks for being a mentor and friend and showing what you build can change the world. i will miss you. the death has generated hundreds of comments on our facebook page if you would like to express thoughts or see more tributes go to facebook.com/abc7 news. over two hours ago the world learned who won the nobel prize in literature. the 80-year-old poet is considered one of the most important scandinavian writers
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since world war ii. his most famous works include the 1966 windows in stones in which he depicts themes from his travels. he suffered a in '90 but continued to write. his works have been translated into more than 50 languages. >> for a brief time people in serbia thought one of their countrymen was the winner. state run television reported that 90-year-old serbian writer had won the honor. turns out they had been tricked bihackers who posted misinformation honore site that -- tricked bihackers who posted the misinformation. waiting to see how the death of jobs will influence the entire tech industry. >> jane king live at the new york stock exchange. hello. sad news from apple taking some of the shine off shares this morning they are traying down not by a lot.
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about a third of a percent. it is worth noting that the stock has risen over the past couple of years steve jobs who built apple into one of the world's most valuable companies. analysts are predicting apple sales will soar to more than 100 billions this fiscal year. investors will watch the success of icloud and watching to see if apple successfully expands into markets like china. and continue to monitor the growing popularity of -- [ inaudible ] the next volley will be fire tomorrow when sprint starts taking preorders for the iphone 4-s. upgraded eufpld phone 4 will cost $200. -- the chip will blazing performance. graphics and camera. [ unintelligible ]
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verizon's plan capped and sprint advertising as the only company offering unlimited iphone data use. it is the first new product unveiled after jobs stepped away from the day-to-day operations last month. the reception of the iphone 4s is likely to be closely watched. stocks lower at the moment mostly flat for the day. silicon valley index traying down as well. i'm jane king >>:47. fleet week's main attraction is back in town. those are the blue angels. they will begin practicing this afternoon for this weekend's big shows. the navy he's precision flying team flew in san diego yesterday. expect to hear and see them around 3 p.m. today and
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tomorrow. the six planes will perform this weekend as part of fleet week's air show. we'll want clear skies for that will we get them? >> yes a lot of sun warm weather to the coast after we get through 's mishmash of showers and thunderstorms. southbound from our roof cam in down -- here in downtown san francisco south bay doppler picking up showers around los gatos up 17 towards ben lomond and milpedis watch out morgan hill gilroy and santa cruz. north bay look at the lightning strikes system invasion rated from bodega bay santa rosa may hear thunder and see lightning in the next 15, 20 minutes that white flash, instantaneous at bodega
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bay. used to do that a lot in the midwest, wake up by thunderstorms, not much here. southeast where the storms are heading. look at the records we had yes: -- we had yesterday: all daily record rainfalls for yesterday. upper 40s in the north bay valleys. around the monseray bay inland me to upper 40s gillivray low to mid 50s elsewhere. last round of showers and thunderstorm brief heavy rain small hail possible. clear and cooler tonight coolest night in the forecast a lot of news the 40s and patchy fog. warm sun everywhere over the weekend. , temperatures are running from 9° cooler in oakland and san francisco:
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sunsets at 6:45. our temperatures will hit throw mid 60s. antioch may be the warm spot at 67. same conditions around the monseray bay and inland. wealth of 40s richmond san francisco, oakland san mateo and antioch low 50s warmest tonight. three parts of our storm here comes number three the one that is going to roll through today and bring more showers thunderstorms and liening. here are the storms right now as -- as we come up on 7:00 moving through the -- moving through the heart of the day. starts clearing as quickly as 6:00 7:00. tomorrow all those cool conditions. a warming trend begins in the afternoon with increasing sun 6° warmer tomorrow another six saturday sunday from the coast we could be 6° to 16° warmer obvious the weekend as you he inland.
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i -- over the weekend as you head inland. this picture came in to our ureport this is the apple campus yes. notice the rainbow on top nice symbolism. if you have photos you would like to share just uplow them. good morning. san mateo bridge problem-free. that's where we go first. no showers developing there yet for your commute they could as mike as been reporting. toll plaza lights are on. stacked up west been on the incline section into san francisco, you can see traffic back towards the west grand overcrossing. 280 san jose busier this hour as you drive northbound from san jose towards cupertino. san jose 101 oakland road off-ramp closed due to an overturned vehicle this
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southbound 101 you want to take north first that oakland row off-ramp is closed. abc7news.com/traffic is the place to go for the latest information but you leave the house this morning. 6:50 to. bart customers who were over charged in the airport long term parking program will be receiving a portion of $200,000 in refinances. the program allows bart customers to park longer than 24 -- hours at select lots at $5 a day. customers with reservations beginning or ending on saturday sunday or hole dare not supposed to be charged for those -- holiday are not supposed to be charged for those days. bart says there was a problem with the billing software used by a vendor and that 16,000 customers who were affect will be getting refunds from that contractor.
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more than 24 hours after a massive shooting rampage left three dead and seven injure at a cupertino plant authorities say they are still on the hunt for the suspected gunman. >> latest from terry mcsweeney. >> reporter: the latest from the sheriff's spokesman is still no sign of shareef allman despite the fact they searched thoroughly yes, chopper up -- yesterday chopper up overnight. they have a good idea of where he's not. this is the area in sunnyvale homestead and tantau where he tried to carjack a woman's vehicle at the hewlett-packard parking lot she wouldn't go along and he shot and wounded her. they began at 4:30 yesterday morning at the lehigh southwest cement plant stevens creek boulevard. 47-year-old allman who work there is arrived for a meet an assault rifle and handgun shot
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nine three dead. they've been having trouble at work he was move to the night sheufpt, showing up late et cetera. nobody who knows him saw anything like this coming. he had been on -- volunteered at a tv station. volunteered to interview people such as reverand jesse jackson. he had talked about peace. had written a book about domestic violence. all of this meant nothing yes as he opened fired and shot a -- nothing yesterday as he opened fired and shot 10 nine at work three dead. i'm told the ground search will resume. they are confident he's not in sunnyvale where they were searching thoroughly yes. terry mcsweeney abc7 news. -- another top story from amy hollyfield in san francisco. good morning. we are in downtown san francisco at the apple store. people have been coming by all morning to take pictures of the memorial for steve jobs that has popped up. we saw a man on his knees
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praying earlier this morning before all of this. on the windows post-it notes where people are writing messages including this sweet one a picture of a crying apple. apple has to figure out how to exist without is front man. it products have incredible momentum the challenge is how to keep that going. experts say the new ceo must be willing to spend money on -- on new projects. jobs' vision will be tough to replace. executives have to lead employees through the grief process. flags at half-staff, people popping by to pay tribute. new ceo put out an e-mail saying there will be a memorial service. the company released a statement with executives promising that jobs he' spirit will remain the found -- job's
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-- jobs' spirit will repayne the foundation of the company. thunderstorms rolling through the north bay heing to the southeast going to he get active across san pablo bay into san francisco bay and the dell -- dale communities. by 6:00 this evening this is all over and look at the warming trend with all the sun we have to look for. we go to san jose back now southbound 101 observing road -- oakland road off-ramp close to an overturned vehicle you want to take north 1st. travel times this morning: highway 4 580 and 101 through the area. toll plaza lights on traffic jammed to the oakland overcross. no plop s upper deck. a lot of company. -- no problems upper deck but a lot of company.
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>> thank you for joining us for the abc7 news. >> president obama will have a press conference abc7 news will have a special report.
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