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ground stop following a massive computer outage overnight. still there is a lot of residual damage. passengers already facing delays and cancelations today. >> abc 7 news report matt keller is tracking the trouble all morning long at mineta san jose. a few flights will be taking off again soon? >> that's the good news. that update about 20 minutes ago from delta air lines, the grouned stop has been lifted. they're starting to put flights in the air. in fact, here in sachb jose you can see this flight, first flight here out of san jose to los angeles at 6:00 a.m. has closed. it was boarding about half hour ago. that flight has taken off. we got salt lake city and we have minneapolis boarding right now. that's good news here in san jose. there may be a lag time in displaying the flight status on flight boards on their website and apps. the problem has been fixed according to delta. this has been a confusing morning for everyone. including the delta workers. what are you telling passengers?
>> patience. >> and are the flights on time? are they able to go? >> as you know we just know we're checking? >> you're just checking people? >> yeah. >> whether or not they can actually get on your flights or not? >> that, we, right now, it's just ago. that's all we know. >> it's ago? just like a normal day? >> yep. >> okay. >> so your computers are not down? >> the computers are functioning. >> they are functioning. okay. this glitch that was reported by delta is not affecting you here in san jose? >> hang out and you will see. >> okay. thank you. >> the computer problem started after a power outage in atlanta. oakland says they're still on time but not necessarily accurate so it's a wait and see approach there. sfo hasn't seen any flights leave yet. in fact, three delta flights from last night have not taken off. it will take a long time to work through this so expect long lines here in san jose. it appears that the flights though are taking off on time. the later on in the day you never know how the residual affects from across the country will impact here.
you want to make sure you check your status later in the day in the you have the later flights out of san jose, oakland, or san francisco or arriving flights here in the bay area as well. delta is offering refunds. so if you don't want to deal with delta today you can get your money back and try too rebook on another airline. >> how frustrating. glad to hear the wheels are turning at this point. good morning. >> it is monday, august 8. let's get over to mike nicco who says we're going to see a bit of a warmup to start the weerks, mike? >> we are. i'm up on the roof where it's cloudy here in the central bay and out towards the coast. quiet on live doppler 7 hd. one of the areas that's going to see sunshine first, the south bay. look at 87 near the shark tank. 47 in the north bay. 58. dress warmly this morning. as we head through your 12-hour day planner, bright lunch. 59. 4:00, 61 to 88. in about 2q7:00, comfortable 57o 76. >> no change with our problem in plea about on the.
we still have that tree down in the right lane southbound 680. that is just past stone ridge drive. we have a four-mile backup if you're coming in from westbound 580. and southbound 880 past 92 and hayward, a motorcycle is down off on the shoulder. so it sounds like he is okay but we have med duck crew ic crews scene. minor issue in san jose. a possible new problem in fremont. we'll check on those in just a few. a 20-year-old college baseball player was shot and killed at aquatic park while playing pokemon go. the man who shot him is still on the loose. abc 7 news is live in san francisco with the details. elissa? >> reporter: natasha, the shooting happened at a an area popular with tourists. aquatic park connected to the square and the wharf is not a place where police tend to see a lot of violent crime. 20-year-old calvin riley was doing what a lot of young people do these days.
he was playing pokemon go on his phone. he was with a friend saturday night and they joined up with another group of people who were also playing the game. a close family friend told me that riley went around a corner to catch a pokemon but there was someone on the other side with a gun. >> from what we know there is no confrontation. there was nothing said back and forth. it was just senseless. just came up, shot him in the back and ran away for nothing. >> reporter: riley graduated from serra high school in san mateo. in a statement the athletic director says riley will be greatly missed. he was a dedicated and successful student-athlete and a kind, respectful, and thoughtful person. baseball was his passion. he really loved the game. riley was pitching for san joaquin delta college. i spoke to his coach there. he told me there this is a huge loss for everyone and called riley a great competitor. live in san francisco, abc 7 news. >> condolences to friends and
family. and same goes to the person who was shot and killed in hayward. the person responsible for that shooting still on the loose this morning as well. someone shot the teen several times on muir street saturday night. a second 17-year-old boy as well as 18-year-old man were wounded in the shooting. both are expected to survive. happening today, former dog groomer charged with an mule cruelty after the death of a dog under his care is scheduled for his preliminary hearing. in april 38-year-old juan zarate was grooming a dog at a san mateo petsmart where he worked. after three minutes in his care police say the dog was bleeding from his mouth and having trouble breathing. the dog died with punctured lung and two broken ribs. zarate pleaded not guilty. three children remain in sf general's intensive care unit recover frgs eating what may have been drug laced candy at a party. in all, 19 people got sick at a quinceanera saturday night. seven children were among the
victims. 61 old man. >> i see this gentleman sitting down. and i went over to him. i said, what's going on in spanish. he says, i feel pain. i said, so, asked, why, what did he eat? but he responded, he says, i ate a candy. >> investigators say it was a gum my candy without any markings to show where it came from. turning to developing news, the son of a kansas lawmaker is dead after what appears to be a freak accident at a water park. that is now making national headlines. abc 7 jessica castro has the newest details. >> 10-year-old caleb schwab was killed while riding the tallest waterslide. caleb was the son of kansas stit representative scott schwab. he died at the schlitterbahn kansas city water park yesterday afternoon during a family trip. he was riding this slide. it's named the verruckt. 17 stories tall and known for
reaching speeds of up to 45 miles per hour. and there were concerns it went too fast before the slide opened to the public. engineers had to slow it down. >> brought tears to my eyes that someone else lost their child that's my child's age. that i'm sure they felt was safe. >> reporter: height requirement on the slide of 54 inches. it's unclear if there was an age requirement. and also unclear if the boy met all of those. meanwhile, the water park has not said what went wrong. both the park and law enforcement are investigating. his family has released a statement saying caleb, quote, brought abundant joy to our family and all those he came in contact with. family say they are taking comfort in their faith and support from family and friends. meanwhile, the water park is closed today. in the newsroom, jessica castro, abc 7 news. happening today, a state senate committee is expected to hear legislation that would protect you from getting blind sided by any surprise medical bills. the bill addresses what happens when consumers use an innetwork
facility but get billed for services provided by doctors out of network facilities. it's a battle between health insurers and doctors but patients often get stuck in the middle. it would require insurers to reimburse out of network providers rchls breaking right now, a new twist in the presidential race. the candidate now throwing a hat in the ring and how there are no stranger to nbc4 nation's capitol. a health care for oscar pistorius now in prison. what the pair olympians family is saying about his condition this morning. first, warmer weather on the way for the bay area. we have weather and traffic information for you during the information for you during the
good morning from the roof where it's briskier in downtown san francisco. let's see what size coat you need to take with you this morning. here in san francisco, we're 54 to 56 degrees. very ho monlg nized air mass. cooler in palo alto, 52. pittsburg, 60 right now. 48 in pet petaluma. you can see some clouds trying to create morning dew for walking the dog. sunny afternoon for jogging and small craft advisory coming up
in the next weather. first, get you into the next three days. steady as she goes. alexis, is the commute steady? >> depends on where you are. some spots are not. just got the good news in for the sig alert. southbound 680 we had a tree that went down. it was blocking the right lane for the last 2 1/2 hours. they just got that fully cleared. as you can see we still have stop and go traffic for about four miles. that's going to start unwind now. it's probably going to be a business mess in the fremont area. westbound 680 just before washington boulevard. a vehicle on its side. four lanes are blocked right now. i'm guessing we're going to have a sig alert coming up in ten minutes. i'll have an update on that. >> thank you. an amusing surprise for some people attending the olympic games in rio. >> nothing amusing about this. driving while drowsy. oh, look... ...another anti-wrinkle cream in no hurry to make anything happen.
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mostly timber and brush but it is moving fast toward the victor valley area. they have ordered evacuations so we'll keep an eye on this one and continue to update you on twitter. you can follow us at abc 7 news bay area. investigators are expected to be back at the scene of a fire that gutted an nursery in san martin. a few firefighters attacking the flames from above. helicopters. much luke they would do for a wildfire but you can see this fire broke out at the lakeside nursery on murphy avenue around 4:30 yesterday afternoon. one man rushed to the scene after he saw smoke rising. >> and i also seen propane tank shot up like 200 feet up in the air. blew up. but looks like there's a lot of wood that's burning, too. that's why it's so black. and a lot of plastic. >> there are no reports of any injuries. the mother of a woman murdered as she jogged in the new york city is vowing to bring her daughter's killer to
justice. 30-year-old vetrano was attacked in a park close to jfk airport. detectives have not identified a suspect. her mother is doing everything in her power to see that that person pays for the crime. >> the whole entire world knows >> the whole entire world knows what a pathetic, piece of filth that you are. >> hard to watch. police do not believe vetrano knew the person who strangled her. $10,000 reward is being offered. oscar pistorius is back in jail this morning after being treated at a hospital for minor wrist injuries. officials at the south african jail said he hurt his wrist after falling out of bed. they say this was not a suicide attempt. pistorius is serving a sentence for the murds emurder of his girlfriend. new members shining a light on an aliving rolarming trend,
while drowsy. the report recommends better drowsy driving laws and awareness. last year drowsy driving was blamed for 5,000 deaths costing an estimated $109 billion. that does not include property damage. researchers say one in every four sleep deprived americans drive drowsy every single day. nfl fans we need to wait to get their first taste of football this season. the league canceled the scheduled hall of fame game in canton, ohio, because of poorly painted field. players complained the fresh paint made the artificial turf feel like walking on cement. officials tried to fix the problem but ultimately decided the conditions just weren't safe enough. league officials say maintenance crews used the wrong kind of paint. oops. >> usa. usa. >> that's a signal that we're starting out the summer games in rio and team usa is in the lead in total medals. >> yes. it now has 12 total medals. four more than second place
china. italy and japan have won seven each. australia has six medals. if we're going to talk about gold, yeah, it's true, team usa is tied with china and australia in terms of gold medals. >> that's fine. >> it's good. this is so funny. the glitz and glamour of the olympics unfortunately not carrying over to the olympic village. you've heard stories abo the poor living conditions but take a look at this. apparently this journalist discovered his shower isn't broken. in order to turn it on he actually has to turn the faucet, the knobs for his bathroom faucet. he thought the shower was off and then figured out he has to turn the faucet nobs and the then is shower a on and off. he saw that at first he had a broken shower until he went to wash his hands. >> who doesn't like to solve a puzzle when you get sglup pretty talented plumber to be able to do that. good morning from the roof. where we're looking at a lot of
cloud cover. let's open the exploretorium window. the water is calmer in san francisco than when you leave the north bay or over also into oakland. just in from sfo flight arrival delays 37 minutes. if you want the latest on delta follow matt. he's tweeting out that information. streak of summer. cool and clouds return tonight. warming trend into the weekend. let's look at what's going to happen. winds will get faster for your ferry ride home. 3:00 this afternoon to 10:00 this evening, the area you see shaded will have west winds around 24 to 38 miles per hour. down in the south bay we're starting off cool this morning because of lack of clouds. and we'll have some warming this afternoon. mid 70s to low 80s. right there at san jose, 81 degrees. as you head up the peninsula, san mateo, 71. clouds to sunshine. mid 70s around palo alto and menlo park. downtown san francisco, 68 is our average today. hit 67. we'll be cooler in the sunset marina at 61 to 59 around daly
city. santa rosa, 87. that's clear to the warm spot across the north bay. a lot of mid 70s to low 80s there. along the east bay shore, richmond and berkeley. breezes will be fasters. inland, mid 80s to low 90s. all right. here's my accuweather seven-day forecast. steady the next two days. then it gets a little bit warmer for thursday, friday, and saturday. nothing too extreme. but sounds like the commute could be. >> yeah. just as soon as we got one problem cleared up we've got a new one. sounds like it's going to be a big deal. fremont area. southbound 680 just before you get to washington boulevard we've got a vehicle on its side. it landed in the right center lane. they have four lanes closed right now. so it sounds like we're only using either the left or the right-hand shoulder to get by. we're trying to get more information on that scene. but very quickly you can see that backup continues to grow. i mentioned this a couple of times. didn't turn out to be anything major. northbound 87 on-ramp from almaden expressway. a crash blocking both lanes of the ramp.
it did clear from the board so it looks like it has cleared up. collision reported in the bay bridge toll plaza. not spotted it on this camera. could be just beyond view here. i'm not we soing any significant delays. just that typical crawl. i'll try and have more information on that coming up in ten minutes. >> thank you, alexis. there is one 12-year-old girl in southern california who is helping the homeless. >> she's doing it one cup of lemonade at time. it was six years ago that jalen sayingen saw a homeless man on the street in the orange county. she didn't think it was right some people didn't have anywhere to go so she opened j.j.'s lemonade stand. that first year she pulled in 300 bucks selling drinks and cookies. this year she's up in the ante. >> my goal is $10,000. so the growth this year is like really big. and really amazing. i'm just really fortunate. >> what a nice thing. she puts all of her proceeds into the we care program which helps the holeless in the city.
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the biggest names in internet shopping. walmart is expected to announce today that it is buying online retailer jet.com for $3 billion. the deal which was first reported by the "wall street journal" would be the largest in the u.s. e-commerce acquisition in history. time now to ask this morning we have eddie from san jose with a question about building up your credit score. michael has your answer. >> i was wondering, i was trying to start a new line of credit and as a young adult trying to establish a new credit score i wasn't sure if i should start a new -- opening a bunch of line of credit and i was wondering what's your advice. >> hey, eddie. great question. look, apply for credit card. if they give you one you're on your way. if not, get a secured credit card. that's where you put say, i don't know, $200 in the bank and they let you charge up to that amount. after six months of paying on time and in full every month, then you ask them for a regular
credit card. they'll probably give you one. then you pay that one on time every month and you're off to having a great credit history and eventually a great credit score. eddie, thanks for your question. >> if you have a question for michael finney record it on your smartphone or tablet and go to abc7news.com/askfinney. you can see your question answered here on the morning news. come comic book enthusiasts looking for the next big find. abc 7 was in berkeley for berkeley comic-con. the events is actually the city's first comic book show in 20 years. organizers shared how hollywood has renewed the interests in comics. >> people who haven't heard of the super heroes before are just getting interested in the super heros so they see it on the big screen and they want something to take home with them that relates to the movie think just saw. >> some of it isn't cheap. they would like to host more comic book shows in berkeley at
least a few per year. a group of fishermen caught an incredible site in san diego. see that? mark martin shot the video. a shark jumped from the ocean into the air multiple times to try and free itself. mark says words can't describe what it's like to see sharks of this size come out of the water like that. >> all right. coming up ahead at 6:30, breaking news. delta has lifted the full blown stop after a overnight outage but there could be residual effects. >> what you would show know before you head to the airport. breaking election news. a new candidate in move. we'll tell you who is throwing their hat in now. and it's a little chilly this morning but yesterday's warming trend will spill into today's forecast. getting us closer to average. getting us closer to average.
that breaking news at all of our bay area airports. delta air lines had a huge problem overnight and this morning that could impact your flights today. >> let's go straight to matt keller, he is live at mineta san jose with what you would expect if you're going to be flying. matt? >> good morning. it pays to fly out of san jose this morning. appears all the delta flights that were scheduled to take off early this morning have done so. they are at least boarded. you can see the latest flight here, salt lake city was
scheduled to flight out of here at 6:15. and then the update in the last five minutes say it departed at 6:26 a.m. 11-minute delay. good news when you consider all the problems that delta had overnight. so that's the good news here in san jose, minneapolis have closed. that means they're about to take off soon. salt lake city has also boarded and closed. that's all good news for people who are flying out of san jose. and a relief for passengers. >> they didn't tell you that they were having any problems or issues? >> no, i didn't even go over there. i just showed them the lady over there, delta, and then they said just go to the gate because i have the boarding pass. >> so you're hoping for the best today. >> yeah. >> yeah, everybody hopes for the best today. san francisco is not so lucky. three flights from last night never took off. first one this morning was supposed to take off at 6:00 a.m. now we just got an update in oakland. they say they have two flights that have been delayed this morning. you can also track them on their
website to see about other delays today. delta says there may be a lag time in displaying the accurate flight status on flight board, on their website, and on their apps. so some of them may stay on time and they may not be on time. but you want to keep updating that as you go along through the morning. if you have a later flight today. but at least they say the problem has been fixed. it could take a long time to work through the delays and cancelations all across the nation. even though we're seeing flights taking off here in san jose, check your flights for the afternoons because we could get that residual effect from planes all across the nation today. reporting live in san jose, matt keller, abc 7 news. good morning to you. >> ready for monday, august 8th? it's happening no matter what. let's go over to alexis smith for a traffic alert. >> like it or not, monday morn is here. we've got headaches to get through this morning as well. look at all of this red trying to get out of the star valley into the tri-valley area. livermore is heavy this
westbound 580. that tree was down on southbound 880. this is the big traffic alert. all the other issues have cleared. we've got a vehicle that flipped on its side southbound 680. this is just before washington boulevard. that is a solid four-mile backup at this point. the right lane is the only one that is getting by right now. i did double-check on the crash we had reported in the bay bridge toll plaza, westbound 80. sounds like that is not a blocking incident but we've got heavy traffic there through the maze as well. let's get up to the roof and check in with mike. >> thank you. good morning. so far i haven't needed the umbrella even though it is cr d cloudy it is. the marine layer is dry. we can see just above it at sutro tower. day planner, waking up in the 50s. by noon, 70s. summer is back with average temperatures. 61 at the coast at 4:00.
around the bay, 78 and 88 inland. grab a coat if you're around the bay and coast at 7:00. upper 60s and milder inland, 76. >> thank you, mike. breaking political news this morning. a new independent candidate is stepping into the presidential race. and he is a former bay area r t dent. jessica has the name and developments. >> reggie, it is evan mcmullen. he used to work at golden sacks in san francisco. he is a 40-year-old former cia counter terrorism operative who is now the chief policy director of the house republican conference. he would be a third party conservative for republicans who don't want to vote for donald trump. the group backing him said that it's better for america, that's group behind him, they spoke with abc news this morning and said it's been working for months to select a candidate and get them on ballots nationwide. in some states the likely have to sue to get on the ballot. the group says that mcmullin is a long shot but they're
confident in him. mcmullin will file today and in a statement tells abc news exclusively, quote, it's never too late to do the right thing, and america deserves much better than either donald trump or hillary clinton can offer us. i humbly offer myself as a leader who can give millions of disaffected americans a conservative choice for president. according to mcmullin's linked in profile he worked in the goldman sachs. he has never held public office. >> thank you, jessica. meanwhile, donald trump is trying to get back on message today making a major economic address in detroit. trump considers the economy his strong suit. he will be joined by running mate governor mike pence of indiana and abc 7 news/"washington post" poll over the weekend shows that hillary clinton has a commanding eight-point lead over trump right now. clinton will also be giving a major economic address in detroit this thursday. today she will be campaigning in
florida. breaking news out of oakland. two people died inside a burning car near interstate 880. police are looking for the killer. firefighters showed up to this. large flames coming from the vehicle on empire which is south of 98th avenue. a ithird person taken to the hospital. a police have set up perimeter in that area. breaking news in san francisco. police confirm to abc 7 news they are on scene of the shooting scene at second and mission streets. it's close to a nightclub where there may have been a disturbance that led to someone to be shot. contra costa county sheriff's office investigating the suspicious death of 69-year-old woman in the community of blackhawk. the victim found on quail run lane near quail run drive around 4:00 yesterday afternoon. investigatoring believe the victim and suspect knew each other. developing news in san francisco where the man who shot and killed a pokemon go player is still on the loose this morning. the victim is a 20-year-old
college baseball player. abc 7 news reporter is live at aquatic park with the details. elissa? >> reporter: natasha, the victim was can a friend who noticed someone suspicious watching them shortly before the shooting but it was dark and their heads were down playing pokemon go on their phones so we don't have a good description of what that person looked like. calvin riley, 20 years old, graduated from serra high school in san mateo and pitched for san joaquin delta college's baseball team. riley was with a friend saturday night playing pokemon go along the water front at aquatic park when he was shot. family and friends think he was targeted randomly. >> well, it's a tragedy. the this is a place where people come to have fun and we want people to feel safe and be happy in our park. it bothers me and it's saddening. are riley is being remembered as a selfless, caring and hardworking young man.
he leaves behind a younger brother and younger sister. the riley family moved to the bay area just a few years ago from the east coast. i'm told they were living in a city with high crime and they came out here for a better and safer life. a family spokesman said that they appreciate all the thoughts and prayers and they do hope that somebody comes forward with information that could help track this person down. live in san francisco, elissa harrington, abc 7 news. >> thank you so much. you can see this gofundme page that has been set up to help pay for riley's funeral. it's raised more than $36,000 of the $40,000 goal. if you would like to help we have a link up on our website abc7news.com. we are learning more about the 18-year-old who was killed in a skydiving accident in the central valley. friends an family gathered last night to remember tyler turner. we now know that he just graduated in h high school two months ago. this was his very first jump.
he was with an instructor but their chute didn't deploy. both men died. turner's mom spoke about their final conversation. >> he turned around and he gave me a hug, tightest hug i've ever had. i love you, mom. i love you, son. squeezed him. he got on the plane. >> the centers owner says the instructor was a veteran skydiver with more than 700 jumps under his belt. the faa is investigating what went wrong. new details in the sex investigation involving a young woman and several bay area police departments. in a letter to city leaders richmond police chief alan brown says several officers likely violated the department's pool poll si but they don't seem to have broken any laws. these officers accuse of having sex with a woman known as celeste guap. in june she told our own abc 7 i-team they achieved sex with more than 30 officers in the bay area. chief brown says the first investigation into the officers' involvement should be completed
in the coming weeks. we are tracking wildfires that continue to burn across the state right now including a fast-moving one in southern california. firefighters are battling the so-called pilot fire in the san bernardino mountains. it started yesterday. the latest numbers say it has burned 1500 acres. we are expecting that to jump this morning. residence are being evacuated and they are worried about their homes. >> i've only been here about a year. and this is like my dream house. you know, the garden, the trees, the house. so, yeah, it's tough. >> the pilot fire is 0% contained. firefighters are making progress against the cold fire burning on the edge of napa and yolo counties. the 53-run acre fire is 60% contained this morning. cooler weather helping that, slowed the fire over the weekend. cal fire says firefighters are making good progress in re-enforcing containment lines. largest fire in the state is still burning in monterey county more big sur.
soberanes fire is 45% contained but it has burned almost 58,000 acres. that is exactly half the size of the city of san jose. you can see the new images posted by cal fire. evacuation orders lifted for several areas. governor brown has declared a state of emergency. a former san mateo police officer accuse of sexually assaulting several women while on duty. scheduled to be of in court today. noah winchester pleaded not guilty on charges of rape, kidnapping and sexual battery vl having five vick i'm the, including one that was only 17 years old. today winchester's attorney is trying to get his bail reduced from $3.1 million. we'll also expect to find out the day for his preliminary hearing. union representatives tell abc 7 news that court employees in santa clara county will be striking today for the fourth straight day. that means you can expect limited servic again at courthouses across the county. the union is trying to bargain for a new contract after eight years of no raises. court officials though say they just can't afford the raises
that workers like clerks and mediators are asking for. before you head out the door this morning let's take a look at the cloud cover behind me. the temperatures will start down in the south bay where a lot of us are in the mid 50s. san jose, 59. up in the hills los gatos, 62. mid to upper 50s everywhere except for novato. we've got san pablo in san francisco, 55. beautiful picture from our east bay hills camera. extremes today, upper 50s. daly city, pacifica, 59. pittsburg in the low 90s. in fact, slightly warmer today compared to yesterday. we may see an uptick tomorrow. especially inland. and a little bit of a drop wednesday. but there will be so not noticeable, i guess, will be the best way to say it. only a couple of degrees. we do have a form that you will notice coming up. see you with that in a few minutes. >> i want to take you back to our problem in the fremont area. we do have quite a bit of
activity in this collision. this is a rollover crash southbound 680 before washington boulevard. look at that backup. that has grown yobd five miles. back up beyond sunol boulevard. now, in the last couple of minutes they issued a slerts. they said only the right lane was still getting by. a couple moments later they said all lanes are open. trying to get to the bottom of that. if we are open or if we still only have one lane getting by. we do have some residual delays left over in the pleasanton area. southbound 680 and westbound 580 from that tree that was down blocking several lanes this morning. one new problem in oakland, just before 16th, we do have new fender bender. it sounds minor but blocking the right lane. we've got a few delays building in as well. we'll have an update on the rollover crash in a few minutes. more problems and delays for b.a.r.t.'s new cars. according to the east bay times there's now an issue with the high voltage switch in the power supply unit. it could shut down when it gets
too hot. engineers say problems with the same system in b.a.r.t.'s original fleet didn't come up until the cars had been in service for a number of years. b.a.r.t. was supposed to get first new cars in december. now it looks like that's not going to happen until may of next year at the earliest. oakland plif is recovering this morning after a frightening crash overnight. plus, the personality trait plus, the personality trait that could be a clue about
oakland police officer is recovering after crashing his patrol car this morning near foothill boulevard and 14th avenue. a car went into building. the scene is now clear. breaking news overnight. a bomber killed at least 64 people outside a hospital in pakistan. this the second deadliest attack there this year. the explosion happened in the city of qita close to the afghanistan border. the blast was at the gates of the emergency ward where mourners, many lawyers, gathered following the shooting death of another local lawyer. dozens are injured and no one yet has claimed responsibility. two professors including a zus it seven abducted in kabul. a source of the american university of afghanistan tells abc news the professors were kidnapped at gun point. the australian embassy in afghanistan is working to verify if the second professor is from
australia. target is hiring about 100 employees for new store in cupertino. the so-called flexible store will be on stevens creek boulevard a mile 1/2 from the full size location. applicants will have to precede actual interview online and show up today between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. hiring event is at in nearby target at 20745 stevens creek boulevard. interviews are each monday throughout the month. flexible store is designed for smaller locations with items targeting the needs of localized customers. be honest, are you someone who doesn't use all of your vacation time? if so it turns out you are not alone. there is a study by project time off and it finds that more than half of american workers left their vacation time unused last year. it amounted to 658 million days. 222 million did not roll over so they were just simply lost. expert says that many employees don't take all their time off because their bosses never take
time off. >> boo-hiss. new research shows being an intro vert or extrovert can have a big impact on your smartphone use. >> live at the story and check of our stocks in early morning report. >> hi. good morning to you. well, we are positive. just kind of clinging there this morning. but stem a little carry over enthusiasm about that better than expected jobs report we got on friday. the s&p 500 has hit a new record high this morning. with those slight gains we're seeing a flat market so far today. well, the stock market coming to your local grocery store. stockpile which sells stock through gift cards is going to roll out in about 14,000 stores by the end of the year. now it will sell shares in apple and google but its fees are higher than the average broker so certainly be aware of that. united unveiled it would create one set of fee tors changing and cancels flights for rewards members.
at this time dropped the price the members will pay. gold and silver members will see a $25 drop in fees. general mileage club members will see fees drop from $200 to $125. the changes will apply to flights booked after october 6th. new study says extroverts are more likely to be addicted to their smartphones. according to a survey the typical american checks every 6 1/2 minutes their phone or 150 times a day. other researcher found that number to be as high as 300 times a day. the publication story did a study and found the most outgoing people are more dependent on their phones as they valued being connected to friends. life in the nasdaq marketsite in times square, i'm jane king. >> that's the excuse i'm going to use from now on. thank you, jane. now all that's left to do is to clean up and at massive job at golden gate park after another successful outside lands festival. ♪ >> you're looking at the fun
that people had this weekend at the polo field. the annual mega concert was peaceful unlike some previous years. >> it's been a great weekend. there's been very, very few issues. i would say the bigger issue has been people jumping the fence and trespassing. we've had numerous arrests each day. >> you and your friends may have posted photos and video and snaps from outside lands. >> not a selfie stick, please. please, no. >> at&t says, yes, concertgoers used enough bandwidth on mobile devices to post 19 million selfies with those selfie stick on social media. >> i want to see one with the muppets. >> i know. >> i'm obsessed with the muppets playing at the festival. >> tons of snaps about it. mike nicco. >> i didn't see it, either. maybe somebody put it on youtube and watch it there. good morning. cloudy behind me. all around me ki see the edge of the cloud deck. i think we're going so have sunshine, slightly warmer weather to begin our workweek. let's look from mt. tam. you can see above the marine
layer, 1800 feet. bay and coast will have clouds again tonight. warmer this weekend. let's look at what's going on over the next six hours. you can see no chance of organized wet weather. in fact, look at the cloud cover. erased quickly by noon. even at the coast we will see sunshine. maybe not quite as much as yesterday. definitely be bright from time to time. down in the south bay how about 76 in milpitas. the cool spot. 70s to low 80s. los gatos, mid and upper 70s for most of the opportunity. a little breezier there. 60s around 60. up pore 60s in downtown, south san francisco, san rafael, 78. along the east bay shore, berkeley and richmond in 60s. we'll have mid to upper 70s elsewhere like oakland, 73. inland, mid 80s. even a few 90s along highway 4.
50s again tomorrow morning. and tuesday and wednesday we'll deal with sunshine in the afternoon. steady temperatures near average just a touch warmer for thursday, friday, and saturday. nothing too extreme. like our commute, alexis. >> well, we have mad a couphad f extreme areas. all lanes have reopened. we were able to confirm that we give chp a call and we do have all lanes of southbound 680 just before washington boulevard getting by. that was a roll over crash. pretty serious situation. we only had one lane getting by for about the last 20 minutes. here we go though on that backup. residual delays are certainly going to take a while to recover. well past sunol at this point and heading up towards pleasanton. that's 6, 6 1/2 miles. it is starting to go a little bit faster. so those speeds are starting to increase. other than that we've got one minor issue in oakland. looking okay here. 680, walnut creek. stop and go traffic as we head towards 24. one more traffic update coming up in just a few minutes. >> thank you. a missouri man credits
tesla's autopilot feature for saving his life. the 37-year-old says he suffered a pulmonary embolism while driving home last month. he had autopilot engaged. that works like cruise control for braking, accelerating, and steering. it took him 20 miles down the highway and close enough to a hospital to finish the trip on his own. if the condition got to a point where he could not drive mishe'd dall x had a feature to slow the car, turn on the flashers and pull over to the right lane. in the north bay a woman lost a large amount of money and chips at a casino after someone stole her purse. and petaluma police say this is the woman responsible. she's waped for grand theft. officers say the victim was gambling at park west casino in petaluma yesterday morning. she had her purse hanging on a chair. and that is when police say this woman took off with it. woman took off with it.
whether you're just joining us or going out the door, number one, breaking news about delta air lines passengers should expect delays and cancelations, most of the morning after a system wide power outage grounded departing flights for several hours this morning. flights resumed an hour ago. number two. breaking political news this morning. a new independent candidate is stepping in to the presidential race. he is a former bay area resident. adam mcmullin will run as a third party conservative.
former cia at. san francisco police say they have little to go on to solve the shooting death of 20-year-old caleb riley. riley and a friend were playing pokemon over the weekend at aquatic park when someone shot him in the back. number four. you are looking live at the so-called pilot fire in southern california. just massive amount of smoke. it has burned at least 1500 acres. broke out around noon yesterday in the san bernardino mountain. 0% contained. number five, new numbers out this morning of shining a light on an alarming trend. too many americans get behind the wheel when they're too tired to drive. one in every four sleep deprived americans drive drowsy every day. and number six. taking a look at southbound 680 in the fremont area. we had a vehicle on its side. that was cleared about 15 minutes ago. so all lanes are back open. look at that backup all of the way into pleasanton. at this point that is around six miles. number seven. 30 degree spread from 61 at half
moon bay to antioch 91. 67 in san francisco. oakland, 73. san jose, 81. santa rosa, 87. looks like summer today. >> sounds good. thank you so much, mike. thank you for joining us on this monday. i hope yes got you kind of up and going and ready to face the day. >> i hope that as you're go on a delta flight that you get where you need to be going today, too. >> yeah. system wide outage. we will keep tracking it. we'll be back with another local update in 25 minutes. >> see you then. have a good morning.
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good morning, america. breaking news as we come on the air, a massive computer outage grounds delta air line flights all over the globe. frustrated travelers trapped for hours. what is taking down these systems worldwide. tragedy at a water park. a 10-year-old killed going down the tallest waterslide in the world. world. the park evacuated and speaking out about the horrifying incident as investigators try to determine what went wrong. donald trump tries to get back on track. the abc news poll shows real trouble for him as he launches a new attack on hillary clinton. >> honestly, i don't think she's all there. >> will his big speech revealing his plan for the economy turn around the race today? and pure gold. america mesmerizing in rio, katie ledecky breaking her own world record as michael phelps adds another gold to his record