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>> last half more they re-open the freeway. you are looking at eastbound interstate 80 we are in pinole. we are standing on the on-ramp at apian way. you can see the tail lights headed eastbound getting through without problems. it was closed for 6 1/2 hours for an intense murder investigation. there was a shooting. it happened at 11 o'clock last night on the freeway. the killer pulled up next to an audi and fired several time and killed the driver and injured the passenger. the killer got away. >> something to be concerned about. the shooter is still out this. however, since we believe this is a targeted event, the chances that a random shooting like this could occur is not likely. >> this is similar to another shooting that happened a week ago in san pablo an exit away on interstate 80 a man survived bu
is in critical condition. too soon to say if the two are connected. they are looking into that. they are talking to several witnesses from last night but asking if anyone else saw anything and have not talked to investigators give c.h.p. a call thank you, amy. now, over to leyla. how is the investigation impacting the holiday morning commute? >> as we look at eastbound 80, all the traffic is flowing nicely through pinole valley road. as you drive up eastbound and westbound we do not have delays. as eric said it is a holiday. we have light conditions in most parts of the bay area. we have a new accident northbound 880 blocking to lanes at washington street. as you approach 980 clear and green conditions so we are at posted speed. in emeryville, the meter, lights were turned on and traffic is not so heavy. moving over to pleasanton westbound 580, this is the bulk
of the traffic heading over 580 over the altamont pass at 30 miles per hour for a top speed but because of the accident the rest of the drive is cent and clear at 64 miles per hour as 205 meets 580. >> it is freezing cold in some areas, leyla. downtown we have from 237 south a frost advisory in the santa clara valley and the coldest temperature is outside of that frost advisory at 35 degrees. cold temperature to the north is one of the neighborhoods in petaluma, so keep the pets and planted protected until 9:00. from the exploritorium we have a lot sunshine at noon we are around 60 degrees with total sunshine. mid-50s to my 60 from the coast inland so below average.
50s by 7:00 and 40s by 8:00. here more news from kristen and eric. >> big day for raider fans, mayor schaaf is in new york to attend the nfl meeting and pitch why the team should stay in the east bay. some are calling her effort hope less. our anchor has the details from the newsroom. >> officials from st. louis and san diego are presenting new stadium plans funded with public money, mayor schaaf will try to sell the team owners on how wonderful oakland is. >> you can hear the passion of raid are nation at the public meeting two weekends ago but the passion may not be a match for cash. the mayor has been clear she is not willing to spend public money on a new stadium and officials from st. louis and san diego have plans including at least $300 million each in public fans. one stand ford economics
professor said he is worried that she will just get blown off today. she is suggest, instead, oakland can bring cheap land for the coliseum site, issue tax-exempt bops and pay for $100 million of improvements. a decision is not expected until next year and this is interesting, one executive said as far as the plans matching up st. louis is furthest along and then san diego and that with make deck third. >> thank you. an inmate will file an inmate saying two deputies beat him. garcia suffered a broken jaw and had to have stitches for a cut above the eye. we were first to fell you of theallies in september. far sea was one of the inmates who witnessed the fail beating of another inmate, michael tyree. three deputy face murder charges >> former democrat taint --
democrat taints charged with di and hitting two children in a cross caucus is on bail. andereck appears in court. both boys are treated for head trauma and fractured hips much the city planned to reduce one lane of remark and reconfigure bay street after a study but an attorney for the families of the victims say they did not do anything until the accident. >> the sheriff officials are wanting of a growing problem, deputies are leaving the department for higher paying jobs. the county supervisors heard from a group charged with those in charge of recruitment, saying a third hired since may of 2011 have left for over agencies because the county offered up to 25 less in pay than other department and they pay thousands to train each new recruit. >> the minimum wage in berkeley can go up. again. last year the city council raised it to $10 an hour and
they drafted an ordinance to raise the minimum wage more to $15 an hour. it is an annual incremental increase lead up to the year 2020. >> people living in the north bay are doing their part to save water but the bills could still go up. the water district is looking to raise rates to deal with reduced water consumption, the drought; land management responsibilities. according to our media partner the district plans to change the fee structure. if approved the average system family household would pay $10 more a month. a citizens ground is criticize the plan saying the water district should consider cutting employee salaries that top $130,000 before raising rates. >> the big issue in san francisco is opposition is brewing over plans considered for the palace fine art. there are three proposals, two converting the 100-year-old landmark into a hotel and another into a restaurant, and now a demand that the commission keep it as an arts and education
center. so far 12,000 people have signed the petition. >> this morning, analysts say the fourth republican presidential debate lacked fire works and personal confrontation at the eight candidates focused on the issues and contrasting brother files against hillary clinton. >> when we raise the minimum wage, the number of jobless people increases. >> i hate to say it be but we have to leave it the way it is. people have to go out there and work really hard. >> if i thought raising the minimum wage was the past way to help people increase pay i would be for it but it isn't. >> dr. ben carson supports the media vetting the candidates but took a shot at them. >> thank you for not asking me what i said in the 10th grade. [ applause ] >> the iowa caucus is 12 weeks away. hillary clinton and bernie sanders and martin o'malley will spar in the next d presidential debate on saturday night.
>> this morning, brandon crawford is the first giant player to win the first gold glove award in 10 years nameed the gold glove winner edging out braves. >> he made 13 errors is all last season and registered out 93 percent of fielded balls a career best. it is scene day and that means vets can enjoy national packs for free. they may want to head to yosemite to check out the first snow fall of the season on the valley floor receiving a foot of snow. they are optimistic the we ski area at badger pass will open as scheduled december 11. visitors are treated to the waterfalls flowing again after the recent storm. >> it is specific stack particular. we live if san jose. we do not often see snow in san jose and we mess the to be able to see it on the trip to
yosemite. >> officials remind drivers to make sure they bring chains with them. cuyahoga and glacier point road or closed and others have chain restrictions. >> meteorologist mike nicco, baby it is cold outside! sing it, eric. >> i am not going to drive the viewers away. >> should you go? >> good morning, everyone, the golden gate bridge a look at what is going on with the winds from the northeast at four miles per hour. keeping the fog developing along the coast along the coast. as we head and the afternoon, we go from forecast to confidentable inland at 1 to 64 and bright and blue in the sky and the water at the cost at 57 to 59 and closer to average around the bay at 61 to 64 and from the roof camera you can see the orange colors of the bonding sunrise -- impending sunrise.
more 70s in the south bay and east bay on friday and saturday, temperatures nearly 70 again and rain is on the way on sunday and monday. that is coming up in the seven-day forecast. leyla? >> we start off with the san mateo bridge and it is a holiday light situation for most of us as we look at the drive from the east bay to the peninsula. we have cars, quite a few cars, however we are running at posted speed so nothing too slow us down in the east bay coming if toward the east bay. it is looking clear. we will take you back up to oakland where we have an accident blocking lanes northbound 880 at walk street, but the drive is very easy right now and at the macarthur maze you can see all of the red sticking out like a sore thumb and that is the build slowing and after the toll plaza we have traffic that is on the thin are side than normal on wednesday morning. moving back over to pleasanton and westbound 580, still, 30 miles per hour, while they clean up this accident and public it
over to the shoulder and we find delays and when you pass it, everything is move long at top sped. >> thank you, leyla. >> coming up, uber and lyft are planning to help homeless veterans find jobs. >> the city of oakland takes on the biggest chemical companies in mechanic and the reason why they say monsanto is creating dangerous conditions in the local waterways. >> an national sight down under with a creature that caught a with a creature that caught a kayaker off guard. stay tuned. ono off-days, or downtime.ason. opportunity is everything you make of it. this winter, take advantage of our season's best offers on the
fremont, palo alto, north bay, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. 6:14. in honor of veterans day restaurants are offering discounts and free brings to help military members for their service. california pizza, and olive garden are among those offering discouples or free food to military members.
ihop is offer free red and white and blue pan takes from 7:00 to 7:00 this evening. for a list of events check out abc7news.com. >> oakland is taking aim at one of america's largest chemical companies, filing a lawsuit against monsanto demanding the company pick up the confident to removelily toxic pcbs from san francisco bay and local waterways. they claim that the pcbs are still contaminating the waterway s long after be banned in 197989 oakland is one of a grow number of cities that failed similar lawsuits against monsanto including san jose and san diego. >> agriculture secretary will led a delegation to cuba today of u.s. government officials, the first time a department of agriculture official will visit cuba since 1961. the schedule included meetings with cuban g officials and visit port
facilities and cooperatives. >> a kayaker got a vice when he came across something unusual in the water, that is a kangaroo. the man in the kayak was surprised to see the swim animal in the lake neither australia's capital. they are then to take a dip but are not terribly good swimmers. >> i did not know that. >> you would think the kids are good, right? you would think so. >> hey, ewe. >> hey, ewe. >> we will start with an update on the frost until 9:00, the code -- coldest morning this season. we will go to another source if we can, the other source if we can, coldest morning so far, from the north bay, but first
will see if i can get this to work, what we doing is having a malfunction with the computers ...it is working now, and whoa, the computer is slow today maybe like the rest of us getting from the south to north bay with the frost. keep the pets and planted protects until 9:00. we will see what is begin on as far as dealing with the temperatures outside. we are see freezing conditions in petaluma. 29 there. to 32 degrees. from lakeville up to gore surveillance video, and we could have black ice in the area and elevated surfaces where the chickest fog -- thickest fog is, moving forward we will show you our temperature, down in the south bay, look how big of a spread we have from the 30 to the 60s, 62 to 65 degrees in the south bay with san jose at
54. on the peninsula, 60 to 64. from milbrae to palo alto. 59 and 58 and a degree or two along the coast and 60 in sausalito and vallejo is 61 an every else is around 62 to 64. oakland and castro valley and hayward is the warmest at 64. we have 62 to 63 in most neighborhoods inland neighborhood valley and maybe cooler in alamo and walnut creek. we still have 30s inland tonight, 40s around the bay and the coast and the fog is going to be move protest -- professor length through -- prevalent through the night. still chilly in the morning with afternoons with sunshine, and top out 70 inland and rains likely from midnight through 6:00 sunday morning and sunday
afternoon breezy and dry and monday will be our coolest day, but at least we will not have to drive through rain for the third monday in a row. leyla? >> as we look at mass transit, we have 49 bart trains running on time. ace train, has in service today because it is experience day. muni has no delayed. normal service. at the bay bridge toll plaza we are starting to see busy conditions if you is three or more people in the vehicle you can use the faster car pool lanes which is helping out these folks. the rest of the drive is starting to stack and pack coming away from the macarthur maze and the drive is going to take you 13 minutes to get between the macarthur maze interest san francisco. as we take you to the north bay fog that mike has been warning us is over we and the area shaded in opening as we traffic weather and traffic we can see rohnert park with 54 miles per hour and use the low beams and slow the speed. visibility can be an issue. novato is showing fog at highway 37 and we are starting to see
the delays in the westbound direction away from highway 29 through american canyon and the rest of drive in slow know county along 80 and 680 to the interchange, northbound and southbound, we are at top speed over the benicia and cartinez bridges, in problem. >> tonight at look, have you been pulled over for a ticket you do not deserve? i am sure everyone has been there. >> most people do not bother to fight speeding tickets. at all. >> but many should. "7 on your side" will teen you a win strategy for beating the speeding ticket in court tonight on abc7 news at eleven. >> we are all pay close attention the all of us. >> uber and lyft team up for a if cause and how they will help homeless veterans. >> the community responds to a call for help from a southern california families would young daughter is being treated for a serious disease in the bay area. you can still help.
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live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. good morning. it is 6:29. we have had seen the possibility of frost. cool temperatures. runup on the highway becoming people up for miles much it has been a busy start to the morning. i am eric thomas. >> i am kristen sze. >> leyla and mike are keeping us
posted. we will see who is in the 30s. >> even 20s. a last us in the 30s inland valley including the petaluma airplane. at lakeville street and east washington street it is 29 degrees! with half-a-mile visibility there is thick forecast on elevated surfaces that could have black ice. the fog is trying to take over san francisco, and it is a problem the next couple mornings. total sunshine, you will need the shades at noon at 58 to 60 and the fred is 56 at the cost and 64 inland by 4:00. 50s by 7:00 and 40s by 8:00. a chilly evening. >> it sound like it. if you are just waking up it is veterans day so we have lighter than normal traffic. as we look at our camera we are traveling southbound along 880. we have 7th street and heading closer to oakland airport. we will get there. northbound traffic is light.
we had an early crash at washington street. it is cleared. at the bay bridge toll plaza, that is where you will find the heavy delays. coming from the macarthur maze, it is 13 minutes. it is holding steady. headed and san francisco. we have a new crash southbound 680 at the sunol grade we have folks applying the brakes. we will let you know when it is clear. >> if you have not opinion outside -- been outside of the most frosty mornings yet. how are people briefing the chill? >> this is the coldest morning of season and a lot of people are brief the elements heading to work at the station catching their bus or train. of course, the smart thing is to bundle up like this guy. >> i for what i usually do, wear a scarf and heavy jacket and
bundle up. >> some are bringing their blankets. we have a trust advisory in the santa clara valley and across the bay area so temperatures are in the 30s forecast. what does it mean? bundle up. make sure you take care of plants and pets. forecast is possible. sensitive outdoor plants could be killed if left uncovered. the frost advisory is until 9:00 a.m. 6:32. breaking news overnight in the east bay, police officers investigating a car to car shooting that left a man dead and a woman wounded. the victims may have been targeted. our reporter, amy hollyfield, is in pinole. >> yes, the freeway was shut down for 6 1/2 hours. it was quite an investigation. look behind me. it opened the past hour. traffic is flow. eastbound at the on-ramp at apian way in pinole, traffic is new smooth.
this is eastbound. this was a shooting at 11 o'clock last night. the driver was killed. his passenger was taken to the hospital. she was shot but survived. the killer pulled up next to their car and fired and got away. officers say it takes a while to investigate or ticket an investigation like this and that is why the lanes were shut down. >> it takes a long-term to investigate the scene because it is at night. we do not have the lighting of the area but have to work section by section. it cover as large area. all lanes and the freeway are involved and because of the measurements and breeze vision of the crime scene it is a slow process. >> this looks a lot lick a shooting that happened here a little over a weekend, an exit away at san pablo on the freeway, also, the man survived and the shooter got away. investigators say it is too early to say if they are connected but they will lack into that. they found evidence here that
signatures that the shoots with taught random and the killer knew the victims. they have not elaborated on why they think that. they are asking for witnesses to call in with information. an hard nasa not -- an arrest has not been made. >> this morning a missing elderly couple from the north bay has been found safe. sam and maria walko, ages 85 and 90 were spotted by an abc7 viewer who saw the story. the rohnert park couple were on a trip without telling anyone. they were last seep on saturday, their son lives in hungary reported them missing the next day. they were caught on surveillance video at a bank on monday taking out a large sum of money. last night they were found in paso robles and are talking with police and their son to smooth everything out. >> a real life bay area guitar hero will never forget his 2013 wedding day and now either will attorneys for the city of san francisco. they have agreed to pay
journey's guitarist neal schon $290,000 to settle a lawsuit he filed in february. he claimed he was extorted for hundreds of thousands to republican the palace of fine arts for his wedding and the city originally agreed to resident it for $60,000 but as word of the wedding leaked along with his plan for a pay per view event the price went up and it reached $240,000. the city attorney says he is glad the suit is settled. >> men of the military and family are honored for their service in celebration of science day. city governments and banking offices are closed and the state government and federal offices are closed. this video from the veterans day parade on sunday in san francisco. the holiday is an intention to honor those who served in armed conflicts. >> in the bay area the veterans day observance is held at the golden gate national ceremony in san bruno on nimitz.
in san jose a cel parade at noon and a celebration of the 20th anniversary of the vietnam war memorial at the veterans memorial building. and the service is held at the cross of lafayette this morning, starting at 5:30 north of the lafayette bart station. this is a full list of bay area veterans day events on abc7 news cop. --.com . >> a skier got into trouble in incredible video you have to see and how the skier survived. >> a bank hacking scheme could be worse than originally thought and you can fine out if you were impacted. >> take part in give where you live thanksgiving day food drive by texting "feed," to 80077 for $10 donation to help families in $10 donation to help families in need this holiday
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>> we are become at 6:39. check out mountain yesterday, they were testing it. what a job. right? test the snow before anyone else get as chance to do it? so jealous. now, what is going on around the state today you can see it is clean. 45 in lake tahoe today. unlimited sunshine. low 60s through the central
valley to monterey and low-to-mid 70 in san diego and los angeles and palm springs. still making snow right now at the airport in south lake tahoe it is 12 degrees. can you ma'am how cold it is on the mountain. this is heavenly and it is the backdrop to show you they will keep making snow every single morning even when the snows are -- highs are in the mid-50s. snow is open way friday night through sunday afternoon. >> we are heading out of oakland to san leandro and right near marina boulevard. traffic is smooth sailing. both in the northbound and southbound direction. no delays on the sense day. -- on science -- veterans day. we have a crash with all of the red and we have at least one or two lanes blocked. there is very slow traffic heading down the sunol friday causing pressure on 85 in the southbound direction as, started
to back up. when you head beyond the accident, you are moving along at posted speed and a spot of slowing on 880 through fremont and that is usual but, lighter than normal. >> thank you, by, this is the most trite being video and now for the first time we are hearing, too, from the canadian skier who tumbled 1,600' down the mountain. we have new was shooting a scene for a ski document try and he felt into a trench and lost his footing. >> it surprised the heck out of me. i had no idea it was coming. i knew it was game over and it was the ride boy life. i felt lake i was hit by line pickers the whole way down over and over and over again full sprinting linebackers. >> surprise will he had the presence of mind to deploy an airbag to prevent major
injuries. he said the film crew was stunned but he let them know he was okay through a microphone inside his helmet. you can hear more of unbelieve am tale on america at 7:00 a.m. >> the most annoy passengers on a plane. are you one of them? >> we show you the san mateo bridge and how traffic is moving along and maybe not at fast as along and maybe not at fast as you would like but it is moving.
walnut creek, burlingame, campbell and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. welcome back at 6:45. make-or-break for raiders fans and the city. mayor schaaf is in new york. she will pitch the nfl to keep the team in her city. we are in the newsroom with more details. >> yes, while officials from st. louis and san diego are friending new stadium plans funded with public money, the mayor schaaf will try to sell team owners on how wonderful oakland is. she is clear she is not willing to spend public money on a new stadium. officials from st. louis and san diego have plan including $300 million each in public funds. one stanford economic said told hopeless. the mayor is suggested that
oakland can provide cheap land for the site, issue tax exempt bops and pay for more than $100 million for improvements, a decision though is not expected until next year. thank you. of:46. someone who bought a mega millions ticket is weighing up a millionaire. >> here are the numbers 20, 45, 71 and mega number is 4. the ticket purchaseed in san jose matched five numbers last night. it is worth $1.6 million. no one correctly pick all six numbers but friday night the jackpot rose to $200 million. i see an office pool coming up. >> i'm in. >> we want to check on trading in wall street. as you can see, what do you see?
>> the trading is up 12 points is fairly not at 17,000 volume. we are learning new details on the largest cyber hack in the united states. >> we have that in the money report. gin? yes, j.p. morgan chase the main victim in the large the theft of customer data from a financial institution in history. the attorney in new york charged these people with the christmas and they accused of stealing personal information of 100 million who do business with financial inconstitutions and financial news publishers. san francisco residents can expect to spent 47 percent of their income on represent according to -- on rent according to zillow. less on north than represent. the performing economy is making it difficult for representers. and the most annoying passengers are feet kickers. and inattentive parents and
strong smells high on list. do not set next to a smelly seat kicker. >> stocks open for veterans day but the bond market is closed. kind of a flat storm and the -- flat start and the nasdaq is flat. >> have a great day, jane. >> she is talking about numbers and you are talking about numbers. yours are more shocking. >> cold. >> shocking to the system. >> black ice is possible. if you not prepared you will be shocked and your breathing be taken away. and the mountains and son part of santa clara develop from 230 south. black ice is possible near the airport and santa rosa with half moon bay at 30 degrees and less than quarter-mile visibility in petaluma and near washington it is 27 degrees so you are getting thick forecast. if not black ice on the elevated surfaces. that will start to change at
7:30 or 8:00 when we get the sun up that is warming things. 33 in danville the cool spot. inland east bay, a lot of mid-to-upper 30s and and antioch is 40 and 41 in mountain view and san jose at 42. and los gatos is 39. hayward is 43 of the oakland is 42. san francisco is 48. vallejo is 40. low-to-mid 30s across the north bay and half moon bay at 41. fog is thicker there. it is pushing cross san francisco. check it out, this is going to erase quickly leaving us with sun. and slowly warming temperatures through friday. chilly at night but the last knit we will have frost. it will rain. it is trending toward sunday. more than monday. temperatures are narrow. no matter what microclimate you are in. in the south bay, milpitas at 62. and gilroy at 65. san jose and cupertino and los gatos at 64. 64 in palo alto. that is warmest on the peninsula. 60 in millbrae.
it is not brick. it will be light breeze along the coast. 61 in downtown. south san francisco, too. 60 in sausalito and vallejo is 61 and else is 62 to 64 through the north bay valley. the east bay shore, total sunshine, light breeze and richmond at 61 and oakland and castro valley and hayward at 64. inland, danville and allah me at -- alamo at 61. tonight, still a last 30s inland. low-to-mid 40s around the bay shore neighborhoods. look, saturday night, through sunday morning the best chance of rain and breezes kick in. they dry us out on sunday. and the monday morning commute is looking dry. fingers crossed. proposal the weakest of the three systems. warmest is friday and saturday, and coolest is after the front, mop, with mid-50s to low 60. have a good day. leyla? >> we are continuing our southbound trip land the film it
and head -- nimitz and headed to hayward and beyond the industrial park weigh and traffic is still very light on this veterans day and i will turn this around 180 degree direction and we are looking at tail lights northbound direction and we are not seeing any flash ing brake lights so we have year conditions. and other parts of the bay area we have plenty of brake lights southbound along 680, we have an accident that still blocking a lane and we down to 30 miles per hour, and slow traffic as you come away from sunol boulevard. as we move over to san francisco, i want to remind you that 72 hour closure northbound and southbound van ness at ella and pine and this is midnight on friday, to 11:59 on sunday, to construct an undergroundwater way for there is red headed to the
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>> eastbound 80 in pinole is is back open after a fail shooting of the a man and woman were shot last night. he died. she was rushed to the hospital. officials believe the shooting was not ran democrat. the search continues for the gunman. >> a couple of stores, first is the forecast protect the plants and pets until 9:00. in the south bay. and in the north bay. we have fog around areas where the temperature is below freezing in petaluma and santa rosa so black ice is possible. through 8:00. watch out for that on elevated surfaces. here is a look at sutro tower with fog around san francisco and it will be more prevalent in the morning forecast and sunshine in the afternoon and low-to-mid 60. >> we found people bundled up in san jose and this is the coldest morning of the season so pick sure you are taking care of your plants and pets frost is possible and sensitive plants could die outside if left
uncovered. >> veterans day daylight savin eight minute commute and light with delays at southbound on 680 where an accident is still blocking a lane and the sunol grade you will apply brakes causing pressure on 84. >> missing couple from rohnert park has been found safe in paso robles. a viewer who saw the story on monday saw the walkos and alerted police. they were on a trip without telling anyone. >> most city governments and banking officers are closed in observance of veterans day which is intended as an occasion to reflect on the sacrifice those who served in arm conflicted from world want one to the present day with observeans on abc7news.com. >> seven, mayor schaaf is in new york city to present the nfl with the stadium plan to try to
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