Skip to main content

tv   ABC7 News 600AM  ABC  September 1, 2016 6:00am-7:01am PDT

6:00 am
>> a tropical storm takes aim at florida folks in hawaii are bracing for the one-two punch of their own and the impact on travel. >> ,000, it is thursday. september 1. >> i want to call it 30's -- >> now, we will talk about what is going on. it looks like august outside. look at this from mount tam you can see how it is different or not different with the marine layer, we have drizzle and we have fog to talk about half a mile right now in...santa rosa. be careful. if you are heading up that way.
6:01 am
the day planner is starting off cooler today with temperatures in the mid-to-upper 50s. we will end up in the slow 60s at the coast, upper 60s at the bay and upper 70s inland. it will be breezy this afternoon. what to expect during the commute, alexis? >> a lot going on, misty on the bay bridge, westbound, we have value filling and the lower deck, we have eastbound 80 off-ramp to treasure island fully closed because of a significant mud spill trying to get cleaned up. westbound 580 tracy to castro valley a couch was in the road near grant line road northbound 101 highway 85 to san jose airport, 15 minutes and northbound 280 good into downtown san francisco. southbound 880 bumping that from early travel and i will show you that ahead. >> move to keep you safe when you use uber and lyft. >> lawmakers are cracking down on the drivers would pick you up
6:02 am
and matt is at mineta san jose international airport to explain. matt? >> good morning, the bill overwhelmingly passed the assembly yesterday and now it is headed to the governor's d.c. for his -- desk for his signature. we have a video a lot of people arrive at airport on uber and lyft who now cannot. bly drivers registered sex offenders, violent felons or terrorists, people convicted of assault or driving under the the influence are also banned. >> you want to make sure you are getting and a stranger's car ski went to be safe. >> uber and the district attorneys of san francisco and los angeles settled the lawsuit for up to $25 million over allegations the company suggested their background check on drivers were the toughest in the industry.
6:03 am
the new bill they could face fines up to $5,000. per banned driver. thank you. now your voice your vote, donald trump is become on the campaign trail. all attention trend on the immigration speech last night. he said the first order of business is to ask congress to pass kate's law named after kate steinle. an undocumented immigrant is accused in killing her. he was arrested but not deported because of the sanctuary city policy in san francisco. >> block funding for sing -- sanctuary cities. we will end the sanctuary cities that have resulted in so many needless delegateses. >> the law would strengthen mandatory minimum sentences for illegal criminal immigrants, and they tried to pass it this summer and the senate blocked
6:04 am
it. a record number of people now dislike hillary clinton. the washington post/abc news poll finds 41% of registers voters have a favorable impression of her, a new low, and donald trump is in the same boat only 35% of voters have a favorable view of him. all the other story we are tracking are major storms near hawaii and the gulf coast and mike nicco is tracking the storms with live doppler hd. >> we will start with what is going on in hawaii and show you that, again, the big i'd not hit by a hurricane. the system deflected to the southwest and weakens considerably but you could see the yellows and the oranges are offshore with the heavy rain over for hawaii. the next couple of days, we look at hurricane lester, weakening headed to hawaii. our first storm is going away.
6:05 am
madeleine. it will weaken. no affect after today. lester is affecting the northern part of the island chain over the weekend with dangerous surf and localized heavy rain. >> people in hawaii and florida are policing for the bad weather. >> jessica, how is the live desk i will show you images from florida and this is near the tampa area where you can see the dark clouds and big waves. i want to show you new video from the area, you can see the streets are flooded and people are having fun with it with a guy subjecting and a lot of rain moving down on tampa and the general gulf coast in florida. people having to wade through the water with a mess inside of their apartments. it is not all good news. a lost cleanup underway. they are praising for more rain. this video from hawaii, huge
6:06 am
surf shelters are still open this morning and that is because in hawaii, the islands are getting ready nor another round of rain from hurricane lester and we have been talking about through the morning, which is behind madeleine and we are watching that closely. >> it could have been much worse and we are grateful. >> tonight the spot lit is on kaepernick, before the 49ers kick off the final game in san diego. the political roasts by sitting out during the national anthem will take center stage. some call the gesture disrespectful to armed forces. he said the roast is not minute to disparage the military. tonight, this is the annual salute to the military game. 240 marines, sailors and soldiers are holding a giant american flag and a navy petty officer is going to sing the national anthem. >> do not miss the week one matchup against the programs
6:07 am
right here, coverage of espn money note football begin at 7:00 p.m. >> a lake in berkeley is off limits. the health hazard it poes to anyone who goes near the water. >> manufacture affecting millions of parents, the reason there could be more time off of work and not have
6:08 am
6:09 am
6:10 am
>> the accweather forecast with meteorologist mike nicco. >> i am watching clouds invade the south bay. mid-50s to low 60s. mountain view is 61. 56 in san francisco. lafayette is 59. 54 in novato. the bus stop, get ready for gray. 54 to 60. up to 74 this afternoon. today is the cooler days and dome a warming trend. alexis? >> we have all kinds of stuff going on with the bay bridge. the toll plaza show as crash reported westbound east of the toll plaza. but it because not blocking. eastbound side a major mud spill off the ramp to treasure island. it is closed.
6:11 am
it is a sig-alert. there is a mud spill. the cleanup process started at 6:00 a.m. residual delays southbound 880. before highway 84. early crash is jammed north of 92. >> out of this world mission we are in outer space with the latest mission from a bay area native. >> they beefed of their lavish dogs just won't quit. neither does new frontline gold. its triple action formula is relentless at killing fleas and ticks for a full 30 days. good boy! go for the gold.
6:12 am
when your symptoms start... distracting you? doctors recommend taking ...non-drowsy claritin every day of your allergy season. claritin provides powerful, non-drowsy 24 hour relief... for fewer interruptions from the amazing things you do every day. live claritin clear.
6:13 am
6:14 am
>> a san jose man is expected to enter a plea on a charge of killing his six week old daughter. 32-year-old matthew zabala appeared in court on friday. he admitted to detectives he was "too rough," with the baby. doctors discovered she had nine broken ribs, a fractured last arm, and multiple leg fractures. the district ton believes she died from a fractured skull. the bail is set at $1 million. >> you are parents you could be able on take six weeks of job protected leave and sent to the governor's desk. small businesses with accident or more employees required to let new parents take six weeks unpaid leave without fear of losing a job aining 2.5 million workers in california. in the governor signs the bill
6:15 am
interest law it take effect in january of 2018. >> oakland residents are fed up with the trash in the streeted and taking it to city leaders. part of oakland or known for illegal dumping and uncollected trash. the group will caravan down east 14th and collect trash from illegal dumping and display it to city leaders. organizers say it is time for the city to invest more in neighborhoods and less in the police department. >> berkeley hills lake is closed again because of the toxic algae. it was closed last year in september for the sail reason the you cannot swim because it can cause remarks and skin air station. officials say you need to keep your dog out of the water because it can be fatal. the market district said the allergy likely grew because of the drought.
6:16 am
>> president obama is vowing to return often to lake tahoe after his time in office. he spoke of climate change at the lake tahoe summit with governor brown and senators boxer and feinstein. they explored the impact of climate change on the lake tahoe basin. >> future generations who deserve clearwater and clean air that will sustain their beds and sustain their souls. >> the president is punish a senate bill to commit $450 million to future lake tahoe projects over the next continue years. >> a major story is a tropical storm hitting to the west. meteorologist mike nicco has been tracking that. >> good news. madeleine is weakening so maui is clear. lester is still gaining steam. but the storm in the gulf is
6:17 am
strengthen up to 65 miles per hour and i watch that. at home, i want give you an update on the fews half mile visibility between half a mile and a quarter-mile at stand rose so be caring on 101 closer to the airport. san rafael southbound 101 it is clear. until the golden gate bridge where you run into more thick clouds and drizzle. drizzle to sunny. cool today. more stars tonight. drizzle is at coast. hot highs are next week. after the holiday weekend. to the south we have clouds and sunshine. mid-to-upper 70s. 79 in san jose. morgan hill and los gatos are low-to-mid 80s. the peninsula is mostly sunny. and breezy. low-to-mid 70s but the coast is low-to-mid 60. that stretches interest downtown. that is going to be our warmest month at five degrees cooler-than-average. east bay mid-70s to low 80s. san it rose is 82.
6:18 am
east bay sure is low-to-mid 70s and clouds are lingering and breezy and at the game, 65 is kick off, temperatures are 7:00, and raiders take off the seahawk and 62 and low-to-mid 80s comfortable in the east bay neighborhood and the seven-day forecast shows warmer tomorrow, but be cool through monday and hot on tuesday and wednesday. alexis? >> straight to our traffic map we have a sig-alert eastbound on the bay bridge zooming in we have the treasure island off-ramp fully closed because of a major mud spill. it happened this morning. the off-ramp is closed. a loader is on the scene. crews cleaning it up, since 6:00 a.m. there are typical delays westbound side. still recovering southbound 880 through hayward and a new problem in the try valley southbound 680. beyond the 84 interchange. in sunol. a new crash. a semi is blocking the right lane. it is backing up quickly to 580.
6:19 am
>> in new orleans, relatives of a man killed in the plane crash last weekend are call him a hero moments best death, he pushed his girlfriend out of the plane before it crashed into the lake the she was the only surviving passenger and rescued by aist yacht and taken to a hospital. the couple pose for a photo before the plane crash. the cousin said he was afraid to fly and it was the first time he had ever been on a plane. >> new details in a series of events that triggered chaos on l.a.x. on sunday with officials trying to figure what happened. look at the center of screen. i started when police questioned that man wearing a zorro costume but three was there to pick up a friend. people were seeing it unfolded and word spread to a t.s.a. would put out call that there
6:20 am
was a security indent and travelers returned to the exits and doors. official say many of the doors have locking mechanisms and make loud sounds when opened so official say people heard the noises and thought they were gunshots. in minutes, travelers reported gunshots at the airport and officials deemed it "false alarm e >> a spacewalk outside the international space station. we have been watching the pictures all morning. one of the stars is napa native kate rubins with astronaut jeff williams installing a new h.d. camera. this is her second spacewalk. the first was less than two ekes ago. she is doing well. >> looking to bay a home in san francisco but do not thing it is possible? fence sentence michael finney explains how you can make your dream home a reality. >> hillary clinton is using
6:21 am
children to hit donald trump in the latest campaign ads -lois pricese. [ifrom grocery outlet. - hi, it's... the rest of us! - hey there. - hi! - hey. loifor over 60 years now, grocery outlet has been selling the brands you know and love,
6:22 am
for up to 60% less than what you'd pay at traditional grocery stores. - and check this out. lois: we've got meats and produce, naturals and organics, at prices that'll make you wanna sing. - good thing we've got a really catchy theme song. hit it! - ♪ grocery outlet bargain market ♪ - ♪ bargain market ... now it's stuck in my head. you've had a good long run. but your time is over. it's time for something new. something simple.
6:23 am
grown right here in california with absolutely no antibiotics ever. food we're comfortable eating. making. serving. this is the new comfort food. and it starts with foster farms simply raised chicken. california grown with no antibiotics ever. let's get comfortable with our food again. >> two women who documented trip of the lifetime could spend the
6:24 am
lifetime in prison after smuggling cocaine into australia. the women originally from quebec posted photos on instagram showing a good old time on the cruise ship, walking around the beep, have nice backdrops. and then this. police found 200 pounds of cocaine in their suitcase. >> we believe this is a case of an organizeed crime syndicate attempting to supply large quantity difficulties of cocaine to the australian community. the seizure of the drugs has disrupted the supply of cocaine to the streets of sydney and beyond. >> the women have been traveling together for seven weeks on the cruise ship. a 63 year old man traveling with them was also arrested. >> seven weeks? >> long cruise ship. >> okay. now, ask michael finney. a question on affordable house ing. >> i would like to know how do you afford a let in california i
6:25 am
have been here 4 1/2 years, a professional, i make good money, but i am trying to figure how do you afford a home in the bay area? >> we all have had to deal with this. you have to sacrifice to get downpayment together the then you start small and bay on the outskirts and move your way slowly over the years from place to place until you buy in the area here in the bay area you want to live. it is not easy. it is not fast. but you get to live in the best place in the country. i personally did this. talk to those around you and you sigh that how is how everyone ended up in the house they got. remember when you by a house in the bay area after a few years you look like a financial genius because the price have gone up so were. >> if you have a question for michael finney record it on the smartphone or tablet and share it on social media # askfinney you can see your question answered right here.
6:26 am
>> believe it or not, the holidays are three months away. >> what? what? wal-mart has the lit of hottest toys. >> they polled hundreds of kids to find out what they will include in letters to santa. disney princess carriage. sky viper streaming drone. or "star wars" electronics. they have expensive tastes. wal-mart is launch the layaway program tomorrow. what happened to a puzzle? that is a life sizeed we... >> we have tomorrow's early release of the convicted stanford swimmer over an hour at sfo and good news from hawaii, not so good
6:27 am
news for florida georgia, and the
6:28 am
this is your moment, this is your time. i believe in you. congratulations bro on a job well done. i'm so proud of you. you are amazing.
6:29 am
♪ ♪ >> good morning, south bay, this is abc7 morning. >> it is 6:29. thursday. september 1. i am reggie aqui. >> almost the weekend.
6:30 am
kind of. we have jessica castro here and alexis is looking at roadways and meteorologist mike nicco extraordinaire. >> i am looking at the roads because there is drizzle and fog. the bay bridge shows the fog swallow the bay bridge. the clouds are increasing. the bridge to nowhere is what it look like. we are cooler this morning. mid-to-upper 50s. we stay in the 60s at the coast. the drizzling dry by noon and around 70 around the bay at 4:00 and 78 inland. it will be breezy this afternoon. especially south of the bay bridge. we will look at the tropics next. alexis? >> we have had trouble on the bay bridge, it was foggy at the mid-span but not too bad at the toll plaza. east side we still have the treasure island off ramp closed.
6:31 am
the truck lost a lot of mud. they have skip alerts. a problem in the tri-valley southbound 680 a crash beyond 84 blocking far left lane. 580 to 84 will take 37 minutes. that of haves three vehicles and a big-rig. >> a man suspected of stab two people in oakland is in custody this morning. wes got a call at 3:30 a.m. on a possible stabbing on harrison street. officers found two victims and ended up tasing the suspect. all three victims are transported to the hospital. we are tommed they are in stable condition. >> much of country is processes donald trump's immigration stance saying there will be a law. there will not be amnesty. and he will work to pass a law based on the san francisco shooting death of kate steinle. amy hollyfield is at san francisco city hall with more. amy? >> a lot of talk on twitter of this, it could come up in
6:32 am
conversation. we well get you caught up on what this is: donald trump say on the first day of office he would ask congress to pass kate's law cutting off federal funding to cities like san francisco because they are a sanctuary city named at kate steinle shot and killed while walking on pier 14 with this we father in july last year. an illegal immigrant is accused in the death arrested before but not hand over to federal authorities for deporting because of san francisco's sanctuary city policy. donald trump targeted sanctuary cities in the speech last night. >> cities that refuse to cooperate with federal authorities will not receive taxpayer dollars and we will work with conditioning to pass legislation to protect those juries that do asafety federal authorities. >> senate republicans tried to pass kate's law over summer but it was struck before before
6:33 am
debate. now it is talk about again with the presidential nominee promising he will make it happen. >> there is confusion about proposed wall near the border after the meeting with mexican president nieto year. he said they discussed the wall but never talked on payment. president nieto wrote, at going of conversation i made it clear that mexico will not pay for the wall. >> donald trump's opponent hillary clinton is spending six figures to follow his disastrous immigration speech running in arizona where he delivered the speech of the it is called role models with young children watching clips of donald trump talking about immigration and other major issues. >> when mexico sends people. >> they bringing drugs. crime.
6:34 am
rapists. >> the ad said our children are watching, what example will we set for them? >> in i use our news app you got a push alert when he delivered the speech and could watch the entire event right on your phone by downloading it for free in the" store by were abeing push alerts. >> the big story this morning is wild weather. in hawaii and florida they bracing for powerful storms. >> new video from hawaii shows what they are dealing with in hilo, heavy rain and winds pelting the big island and mike is tracking it with live doppler hd. it could have been worse. they have never seen a hurricane land on i'll and they still have not. >> it is amazing. it made dead aim yesterday and suddenly it taxes the move to the southwest and misses a full on assault. look at live doppler hd you can see it is light to moderate
6:35 am
rain. we have flash flood watch until 6:00 because of the run off and more showers but the track is the line in silver darting to the southwest and the heavier storms and oranging and reds moving away and it will be the case. the flood watch shows a chance of showers but you can see it moving away and it will roll across the none part of the island, lester will, with rough surf and localized wet weather but nothing like the wall of watershedding to florida and georgia. they will be flooded with 20" of rain. guys? >> it is hard to message. >> madeleine and lester are not stopping people from traveling to had what. flights have been take off as usual from airports including sfo. >> i have always said it is work to have a bad time in hawaii is we will have a time no matter what, you are with friends all good. it would be easier in it did not
6:36 am
take place. >> we will spend time indoors reading, playing games and watching tv. >> the couple from san francisco about to be married on saturday on a beach in hawaii but nothing will ruin their special day. congratulations. >> the port of oakland is taking a tough stand on what could be a disasterous next few days for the shipping industry. jessica castro? >> yes, they are saying thing better be paid for in full. but, first, i want to show you the when i have been tracking, one of the cargo ship off the coast of southern california where they can not dock. you can see it in the water. you can see all of the ships off the coast. i want to show you other new video we have because they are were welcoming the situation
6:37 am
closely in southern california in los angeles and long beach to have turn away the cargo ship because the company declared bankruptcy. the pot of oakland, in the lot hour we got a statement from the port saying they will allow the cargo ships to dock unload and load as long as the companies who are getting or send the capeers have paid for them in full and in advance. the companies include technical giants like amazon so it is a big low for manufacturers crew the globe because the company is one of the largest ship companies in the world and it is having a ripple affect for stores stopping up for items for thanksgiving day and christmas holiday. we will continue to watch that story. >> all eyes are on 49ers quaterback kaepernick at the stadium in san diego. that is before the first pass is thrown. kaepernick said he will continue to sit during the national anthem like he did there to protest racial open presentation
6:38 am
in united states. he will do it in front of a large military group during the salute to the military tonight during preson game with the marine band and a navy officer singing. a former green beret said on sports center he is try to coach an open mind. >> i stop myself and listen to why and what. i understand. not only does he have every right i respect him. it was incredibly brave what he did. it taxes a lot courage. you know what you are give up. >> supporter held a rally in front of the san francisco police officers association yesterday to show their support for the quarterback. >> our reporter is headed to san diego for the game and will bring us coverage tonight on what happened. >> new details on the former stanford swimmer to be released from jail tomorrow after serving only half of his sentence for sexual assault of the brock
6:39 am
turner will be released from jail tomorrow after is being three months of six months' sentence getting out early for good behavior. we have learned it is not likely that turner will be registering as a sex offender in california. he is expected to go home to he after being released. >> in oakland you can found off abouting withs you would lick to see in the next police chief. the city holding the first of ten community forums today and the mayor wants to interview candidates in november and hopes to select a chief in january. the meeting is a youth community forum for youth by youth and it will hell at the high school on mcarthur boulevard start at 5:00 a.m. in the auditorium with a list of the other events on abc7news.com. >> your forecast with mike nicco. >> menlo park and atherton, our last school district going
6:40 am
back-to-school. mostly clouds. 59 at 7:00. 71 and breezy and sunshine. have a great year. temperatures in the money 50s across san francisco and belmont at 60, and pittsburg at 61. through the day, it will be breezy and choppy, d wouldn't and drizzle this morning and breezy. and cooler than yesterday. welcome forecast is next. >> our traffic map zooming in to eastbound 80, bay bridge, the treasure island off-ramp is close asked we had a big mud spill with crew on the scene since 6:00 cleaning that up. that is a long detour to get around it. southbound 680 in the sunol area beyond the 84 entrepreneur a crash block the far last plane that pushed to the shoulder and another crash in the backup cleared. jammed to 580. >> if you have driven around california you have probably seep the run away truck ramps
6:41 am
alongside the freeway and caltran posted a video showing how effective these can be and a full screen shows the driver of a white semi loses his brakes and is unable to stop. he drives on to one of run away ramps and the gravel brings him to a step. the driver was not hurt. caltran said the ramp worked like it was designed to. >> holiday shipping season and upon us before we know it after the break the good news for parents looking to get their
6:42 am
6:43 am
6:44 am
>> investigators are trying to puts together what when wrong in a crash that killed two sisters in the north bay, the gonzalez sisters died when the mother lost control of the car. c.h.p. said the mother was drive without a license. she just dropped the girls' father off at work and was driving to rohnert park and swerved off the road to avoid the median and the car landed upside down in 6' of water. the mother was scream for help. >> at babies were stuck in the car...it was horrible, i try toddle my daughter not for look,
6:45 am
don't look, don't look, don't look. >> this is similar to a crash that just happened in the russian river a week ago, also killing two young sisters. >> look at this, fremont police hop you would recognize the armed theives would broke into two different hopes with guns drawn. the home owner was not home but watched it happen remotely and called police. detectives believe the same people pull off a home invasion two weeks ago robbing the victims of cash and jewelry. people encourage homeowners to install community cameras to deter and catch criminals. >> san jose people are hoping to recognize a burglar who broke into the home while the family was asleep. look at the video, the man san jose police say burglarized a north san jose home at 4:00 a.m. on june 7. the man went through the garage, cut a look on a side gate and cut power to the house. he stole $10,000 worth of tools
6:46 am
belonging to a contractor doing work there. he took a mountain bike belonging to the home owner's son. the material loss is not the worst part the nine-year-old daughter was traumaized. >> it took a couple of days for my daughter to settle down and squared on go in the garage and not going into a almost by herself. all the man appears to be in his mid-30s and 180 pounds. here is a clear shot of the face. there could be a cash reward leading to arrest and conviction. >> amazon and wells fargo offered a discount on private loans and now the offer is gone. the program promised amazon student prime members .5% discount on the interest rate by applying for a new loan with wells fargo or refinance a current loan with the bang. north amazon or wells fargo
6:47 am
offered explanation for why they are taking the offer away. >> breaking news from the abc7 live desk. >> the break news an explosion has been reported at the spacex launch flight in florida with images at kennedy space center at cape canavaral. nasa said spacex conduct add test firing off the unmanned rocket when the blast happened. it was considered a raw teen test. coming just days before the set to launch from cape canavaral on saturday. people are reporting feeling the blast from several miles away and the explosion continues for several americans. right now this are no reports of injuries but we are watching the images. you can see the huge black plume from the site. we will monitor that with updates on solve media. that is from the liz. >> stocks start positive for september and american girl dams are -- dolls now available at
6:48 am
toys 'r us. gin? >> yes, good morning for you, we are starting the missouri with the dow up 15 and s&p 500 up one and nasdaq up by again points. september is the worst month of the yankee for stocks since 1890 stocks have again down 1.1% in the month of september so we will see. on-line bullies have one thing in common: they have had a relationship with their victims. the study shows risk to closes cans, and researches say competition for status rs one reason behind pee bullying and girls are twice as likely as boys to be bullied online. >> engagement rings are getting a makeover, personal sized are more important than the size. sales have been soft considering to tiffany and more couples are concerned with where the gems come to with 40% say it is
6:49 am
important they are ethically sourced. >> american girl dolls are now sold at toys 'r us which increases the availability of the dolls by six times. >> we are being pushed interest september three months from the holiday season and we will hear all of the holiday carols. >> calm down the let's get through september. >> speaking of september it is here. it is looking like...august. >> not much different include the bay bridge. inland east bay neighbors some of our warmest temperatures are not that warm 80 to 86 from men to brentwood. outside, the weather window shows what is beginning on, one of if you ways to see the sun
6:50 am
rising from mount tamalpais could be partly cloudy and cooler and warm weather when the weekend is over. small craft advisory but today here is the bay bridge, san mateo bridge, dumbarton bridge, south, south to time, not north, from 1:00 to 9:00 at up to 38 miles per hour. 75288 is the spread across the south bay and mid-80s around gilroy and 79 in san jose. low-to-mid 70s for most of the peninsula and comfortable. drizzle is dry along the coast at noon and cloudy and low-to-mid 60s and mid-60s in downtown san francisco and not is breezy in the north bay temperatures are cooler than yesterday upper 70s to low 80s and the east bay sure berkeley is 69, and 76 in fremont and this evening, seahawks take on raiders at 7:00, and dropping down to 62.
6:51 am
breezey. my seven-day forecast shows tomorrow is warmer. we fall back again on saturday and sunday and monday is a bit warmer. the real heat 80s and 90s, on tuesday and wednesday. alexis? >> back to a problem since we started at 4:30, someone last a big load of mud. on the eastbound 80 off-ramp. to treasure island. it is closeed. it is not causing backups on lower deck but folks leaving san francisco getting to treasure island is a major detour and you will have to loop back around through the toll plaza so quite the headache. the bay bridge shows it is socked in and you are going to be flipping the wipe are on with reduced visibility. san jose, no issues northbound 101 at 880 and our drive times, westbound 580 about 50 minutes and slow get out of the central
6:52 am
valley and southbound 680 dublin to mission boulevard is recovering with a crash on the two right rains gone now and a stationery cash in the backup both on the shoulder with the drive time in the red at 35 minutes and if you are traveling in the south bay we have not had any problems this morning but highway 85 northbound between 101 and cupertino it will take you 22 minutes. back in 90 seconds but, first, our picture of the day from instagram.
6:53 am
6:54 am
>> here are the seven things you need to know. breaking news, a look at cape canavaral in florida where an explosion happened at the spacex launch site. nasa said they were conducting a test firing of an unmanned rocket before saturday's launch. the blast then happened. in word on injuries. >> donald trump said that one of the first priors as president will be to pass kate's law an kate steinle from san francisco shot and killed by an undocumented immigrant depored give times before her death. >> kaepernick's political protest of sitting during the national anthem is in the spotlight in san diego when the
6:55 am
49ers take on the chargers. we will have live reports right here. >> church members in the south bay area are hoping the power of prayer will keep local police officers safe. a group from san jose church gathered in the wake of a staffing shortage that has many working mandatory overtime. >> stanford graduate kate ruben is on a spacewalk right now doing maintenance on the international space station and installing an h.d. camera. >> tropical storm warning discontinued for maui in hawaii but we are still watching lester and florida and georgia will get floods. >> seven, starting off on the traffic map one more time, eastbound bay bridge the off-ramp to treasure island, still closed, but not backing up the bridge, and we had a trucks there a large amount of mud with a skip load are out there since 6:00 a.m. and clear that for an
6:56 am
hour but, still, no estimated time of come meetings. not fun. >> we are live streaming the breaking news of the explosion at cape canavaral at the spacex launch pad. >> see you in defy -- 25 minutes with updates through the morning.
6:57 am
6:58 am
in 1803, a man bought the territory of louisiana for 42 cents an acre. that was the greatest deal ever. until i made this one. now you can get my jumbo breakfast platter for just $2.99. take that history. scrambled eggs, eight mini pancakes, a hash brown, and your choice of bacon or sausage. it's the greatest deal since the louisiana purchase. sort of. the jumbo breakfast platter just $2.99 for a limited time. value, done my way. ♪ ♪ you live life your way. we can help you retire your way, too. financial guidance while you're mastering life.
6:59 am
from chase. so you can. this is the new comfort food. you're mastering life. and it starts with foster farms simply raised chicken. california grown with no antibiotics ever.
7:00 am
let's get comfortable with our food again. good morning, america. breaking right now, state of emergency. florida bracing for its first hurricane in more than a decade as tropical storm hermine strengthens overnight. fears of flooding and tornadoes along the gulf coast. and another hurricane madeline lashes hawaii with flooding, powerful winds and massive waves. breaking overnight, tale of two trumps, a fiery speech on immigration. >> you can call it whatever the hell you want. they're gone. >> doubling down on his promise to build a wall and making mexico pay for it. >> they don't know it yet, but they're going to pay for it. >> a sharp cry from his meeting earlier with mexico's president. >> spectacular, spectacular hardworking people. >> the clinton camp calling it his darkest yet. cruising to jail. two globe-trotting beauties

134 Views

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on