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>> mike, i am here on monday. we have to have good easter plans. >> when does reggie come back? >> tuesday. >> sorry. >> i know a lot of pressure, matt, you just keep giving it to me, and you just worry about getting those two lovely girls, daughters, happy for easter. i want to show you the winds real quick, wow, and the hot seat. there is high if you are headed out this evening, no worries. and alexis tells me she has been tracking faster winds over the bridges. >> we had a high wind issue for the san mateo bridge, and that was the only high wind advisory
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we had. i don't think it's going to be a major issue here this morning. we agreed, just about all the way around here this morning, we actually had a couple issues on 880. and we had some overnight roadwork, and that wrapped up about 5:00 this morning, and the southbound side just north of there, around the 23rd, we had a collision. we are back in the green all the way around. we will look at tkraoeu timdriv coming up next. i am tracking breaking news out of vof vac the shootings happened inside or near an apartment complex, and helicopters have been searching over 880 in vacaville. we are working on getting an update on the victims. we called vacaville police and we are waiting to hear back and i will pass along the
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information as soon as we get it. back to you. emergency repair work is under way right now and there's no ferry service from sausalito this morning. >> reporter: matt, there are a couple options for commuters this morning. they can come here to larkspur and catch the ferry here, or there will be buses available at the sausalito the ferry will be back tomorrow and it's expected to fire back up at 1:55. so you need to decide as of this morning whether you are going to head to larkspur, catch the bus, or maybe take a long weekend, just an idea, and keep in mind today will be different than normal.
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reporting live in larkspur, amy hollyfield, abc7 news. and then officials said this morning the bomb killed 36 members of isis. representative barbara lee of oakland, the only congressional member to war against the afghan member to war against the afghan star war in 2001. the bomb hit a cave complex used by isis in the obama administration and did not harm civilians. >> we had persistent surveillance over the area before, during and after the operation, and now we have afghan and u.s. forces on the site and see no evidence of civilian casualties, nor have there been any reports of civilian casualties. >> the general added there's 20 different terror groups operating in afghanitan. a local afghan leader says
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many sevilcivilians live in the that was bombed. and he believes it's a show of power to the region. >> this was a show of power to russia, which is north of afghanistan, and this was a show of power to north korea, and this was a show of power to pakistan, but unfortunately, you know, in the middle falls afghanistan. >> some middle east experts are questioning whether the bombing will make americans any more secure. and this weekend north korea is expected to launch another test of a nuclear weapon, the sixth test in seven years. the question is what will the reaction of the trump administration be, especially give even its recent aggressiveness in syria and afghanist afghanistan. it's the nation's most important holiday. and a new mosque in berkeley will hold its first prayer
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service and everybody is welcome. >> this mosque is different, probably like any other one you have seen. what makes this place of worship so unique. >> reporter: the call to prayer is being perfected and so is the sermon. >> when i was 12 i went to the local mosque, and i was told that i couldn't come to the mosque because i was a girl. >> it's a reversal for the bay area's first women's mosque, led entirely by women, and she heard the calling when she converted to islam more than a decade ago. >> there doesn't seem to be a clear track for women that have that calling. >> and where they fit in, but i think there should also be a place for women that want to be allied for
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men. >> men are welcome at prayer services, too. >> it's a women's mosque for everybody. but women will be preaching and teaching. >> crystal says unity for all should be the message here. >> i think it's important to empower women, because whether there are muslim or christian or jewish, when women are empowered, communities benefit. >> are people saying you can't do that? >> oh, yeah. >> and she has received criticism by what she is doing, but she's not stopping. first service at the mosque is at 12:30 on friday. developing news, the search is on in san francisco for the mob of teens that beat and rob add woman while she road a muni bus. police tell us ten teenagers, four boys and six girls hit a woman who was sitting alone six times in the head and stole her wallet and credit card and cash.
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>> it's a terrible thing that happened. i am surprised to hear it. >> i am not surprised to hear about it because people are pretty rowdy on the bus anyway. >> although the last two years we have seen some of the lowest numbers with passenger incidents on muni, and so these are rare and it's getting better. and it's getting better. >> and to police. and then according to our media partner, "the east bay times." there will be remote controlled modeled. police will be able to zoom in and out. last year more than 430 crimes were reported in that area, and most cases police say they were associated with violence including narcotics use and prostitution. a clash over power supplies holding the opening of several
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public sites in san francisco. a children's museum and a public plaza are all supposed to be up and running by now but are still waiting to open. the problem? pg&e won't turn on the lights and nobody can agree on why. the mayor said he doesn't think pg&e is purposely delaying hooking up the the mayor says he doesn't care who wins to power it up as long as it gets done. and spillways are open at the orville dam. the spillway will be open for two weeks to lower the level of the orville lake ahead of sierra snow-melt. you may remember permanent repairs will not begin until late may. water officials have been holding off on releasing specific details about the dam and ongoing repairs due to terrorism concerns but may issue redacted copies soon.
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now your accuweather forecast with mike nicco. forecast with mike nicco. >> the power of amazing. castro valley, you are the coolest. we have hayward and richmond at 46. fremont, about 44 degrees. pleasanton, fairfield, san francisco, and you can see san jose and los gatos at about 45. this afternoon, we will be below average, even with all the sunshine. 58 at half moon bay, and 60 in san francisco to napa and san jose, 65. tomorrow finally we get back to average temperatures. that means lows to mid-60s along the coast. mid to upper 60s around the bay, and low 70s inland. those showers come in on sunday and we are back in the 50s to 60s. if you are exercising, cool to mild today. if you are on the water, light.
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another cold one tonight, low to upper 40s. wanted to show utah highs today. 73 in l.a., and 86 in palm springs and 45 in tahoe. every single route that starts with an 8, you need chains, 80, 88 and 89. more snow coming sunday, monday, tuesday and wednesday and thursday. >> we had a full closer of i-8 0 i-880, and it did re-open but it's still tough conditions and you need to chain up. no problems here, and we are wide open today. i think we have a light commute. it's good friday, and the only problem we have is ace 1 having a single problem. looks like they have just barely left stockton and have not left stockton and have not moved.
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they are up to a 45-minute delay now. for the moment, they are saying ace 3 will leave on time, and i will keep an eye on that. a quick look at drive times as well. highway 4 to the maze, that's just 17 minutes. bay bridge, 11 and southbound 101, san francisco to sfo in the green at just ten minutes. it's being called one of the worst things to ever happen on reality tv. after the break the controversy surrounding the latest episode of "survivor." what one shopper found alive what one shopper found alive inside a
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breaking news from the abc7 live desk. >> we have the video of the moment when the u.s. dropped the mother of all bombs on afghanistan. this was released moments ago by the department of defense, and can area is hit, roughly the size of nine city blocks. it was struck in what military officials say is a network of underground tunnels held by isis fighters. you see the huge plume of smoke rising after the bomb detonates. a 22,000 pound bomb is the largest bomb used by the u.s. since world war ii. now back to you. a firestorm is brewing over
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a firestorm is brewing over a contestant being transgender against his world. >> it's being called to one of the worst things to ever happen on reality tv. >> there's deception these guys don't ever understand. >> outing a fellow competitor as transgender in front of the entire cast, cameras rolling. >> why haven't you told anybody you are transgender. >> the tribe reacting in outrage. >> the real estate broker fought to stay on the island, and smith an asset manager first reacting in stunned silence and then explaining why he chose not to share his gender identity with the group. >> i didn't want to be the trans >> i didn't want to be the trans survivor player, i
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zach. and some people were trapped on a roller coaster. it stalled at 75 feet in the air, and one rider described what happened. >> so there was a curve, like a lot of roller coasters have where it goes down and then up and it didn't have enough momentum, and it was just -- wha, wha, wha. >> and everybody had to get done one by one, and the ride will be closed for a thorough inspection before reopening. a young woman lost her father in the september 11th attacks and now plans to follow in his footsteps protecting new york city. she just began six months of training at the new york city police academy. her father, a sergeant, died
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trying to save people at the trade center in 2001. for those of you that eat fresh express salads. at first glance it looks like any other bag, but then it's a live mosquito right there crawling around in the greens. >> i was expecting -- >> anything, right? a target shopper found the bug and handed the bag of salad over to an employee and other shoppers were surprised. >> you may remember the same company issued a product recall after a bat carcass was found in another bag of salad. >> you know, it's truly fresh.
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you can't argue with that. >> and it was a live. >> it was a live. >> so that is very fresh. >> yeah, you have to make sacrifices to save yourself time of cutting up your own salad. >> who has time for that, mike? i don't know. >> that was nasty. no need for the umbrella unless you like to keep yourself shade the from the sunshine. looking south on 680, i will not take alexis' job, and there's a lot more traffic on 680. we will get to see if this holiday is one of those reasons why. dry tomorrow, rain returns. sunday, a chance of light showers for the better part of next week. sunrise at 6:32. sunday morning, you can see it's going to be cloudy. our best chance of rain is going to develop around 9:00 in the north bay, and 9:00 in the morning, so hopefully you can get out and get the kids into the easter eggs and get them found and getting them eating their candy or whatever else
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you -- excuse me, the easter bunny puts in those things before the rain arrives around noon. in the evening it starts to taper. when you wake up monday it will be fairly dry. by 9:00 in the morning, a couple hundreds up by santa rosa and the rest of us get measurable rain by 1:00. let's talk more about the sunshine today. temperatures below average. high clouds and sunshine. and much cooler sunday, and then next week, pretty spring-like temperatures will just several minor chances of light showers. we are looking at some extremely light traffic here today. we are counting cars on the richmond side of the richmond san rafael bridge. you get the idea, i think we are going to have light volumes. nothing on live doppler 7 this morning, so we have dry pavement and no visibility issues and
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some decent driving conditions. i talked to ace rail and it looks like the signal problem has been fixed. they manually had to fix things and proceeded at 20 miles per hour, and i am looking at the tracker and ace 1 is on the move, and that happened between stockton and we will look at the central valley coming up next. the city of berkeley is preparing for duelling pro and anti-president trump rallies on saturday. this is from last month. right wing groups announced a free speech rally, and a left wing party is holding a cookout at 10:00 a.m. if you want to buy a house in the bay area, be prepared to fight for it. we are home to the top three most competitive housing markets in the nation. san jose, san francisco and
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oakland, in that order, are those markets. according to the brokerage firm, red fin, nearly 70% of homes sold for the listing price. too much demand and little supply are pushing prices into the stratosphere. >> we know. coming up next, the seven things you need to know to start your day. >> plus, guess who is turning the big 4-0? "star wars." and then what you may not be able to buy in oakland in the near future. and as we head to break, what a beautiful shot of the city this morning. look at all the colors. look at all the colors. it's blue and
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36 isis fighters were killed. number two, from our live desk tracking breaking news in new jersey. this video coming in, a three-alarm fire in hoboken, and crews trying to put it out now, and good news so far, no injuries reported. number three, san francisco police looking for ten teenagers that attacked a woman on a muni bus. the woman that was sitting alone was struck six times in the head on wednesday while riding the fulton. the suspects took her wallet and credit cards and cash. only low to mid-60s this afternoon, and anywhere from three to eight degrees below average, and rain is on the way starting easter morning. traffic light today, not only is it friday light it's holiday light as well, and i will prove it to you, and showing you what normally is the slowest part in the morning, 61
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miles per hour, and 65 miles per hour as you approach altamont pass. and number six, the running of the boston marathon. security will be tight, four years after the bombing that killed three and injured 250 others. runners say they are not in fear and still boston strong. number seven, if you are headed to the southern white house you might want to pack a lunch. so far no comments from mar-a-lago. 40 years ago "star wars" captivated millions around the world. >> and now fans have gathered to celebrate that milestone, and it's a "star wars" celebration, and once inside they encounter people dressed as "star wars" characters. >> what was amazing in the beginning when it became a hit
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and it's amazing as we have gone through the years, and the fans have always been there, you know, for 40 years. >> the festivities run through sunday and many of the people associated with "star wars" continue to mourn the loss of actress, carrie fisher, who played princess leia. and an incredible tribute to her mother, and you can look at that online if you have not seen it. and then the president's policy of def tpepfunding sanct cities. and now the doctor is on the run. the reward now offered to help find him. taking a live look outside at 5:27 in the morning with at 5:27 in the morning with news no
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good morning, east bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is "abc7 mornings." good morning on this good friday. it's friday, april 14th. i am matt keller in for reggie aqui. >> and i am natasha. we are wearing blue and gold today for our warrior nation's pride. >> what day is the game? >> sunday. right here. >> it the beginning of a long journey to the title in june. >> april, may, oh, my gosh. >> a ways to go. >> going to be fun. talking about fun, outside will be fun. this morning on live doppler 7, it's bone dry. and the winds on the golden gate bridge is 8 miles per hour. so slower than yesterday. you need to dress warmer this
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morning. we are in the upper 30s to mid-40s. by noon, total sunshine. 55 to 58 is your spread. we will stay in the 50s at the coast while the rest of us hit the low 60s. sli slightly lower than yesterday. i do have rain, and it's still in the forecast for sunday. i will give you an hour by hour look coming up in a few minutes. things are quiet so far today. no metering lights yet for the bay bridge toll plaza. right now they come on now or five minutes earlier, and hopefully we will get a few extra minutes here this morning. and i will talk more about a crash past treasure island at 5:40. we have a problem around the core deala junction. we're not sure how many cars are involved and it's the a warning if you rely on
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ferry service from sausalito. you are out of luck because of repair work. >> and amy hollyfield is live at the terminal with the details. hey, amy. >> reporter: there's going to be commuter hop scotching here in commuter hop scotching here in the north bay, and you can to hraurbgz pwur. they need to do repairs to the gang way. they say there are emergency repairs that need to be done and that's why they had to cancel today's service. and commuters said if they had to pick between the bus and the ferry, it's an easy choice. >> if i have to take the bus, depending on the traffic sometimes it takes an hour, and with the ferry it's just 25 to half an hour. >> repairs shouldn't take too long. service is scheduled to come back tomorrow.
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the 1:55 ferry is scheduled to run, and today the sausalito ferry will not be part of the commute. happening today, attorneys for santa clara county will inbound court to defend the county's decision not to help federal agents detain oniyou k w undocumented immigrants. santa clara county could lose $1.7 billion in federal funds, money that is used for child care and a wide range of services. >> it would be cutting 25 to 30% of your employees, depending on who you cut. >> the county took the national league filing this lawsuit against the president to challenge his order. today's federal court hearing is set to begin at 9:00 this morning. breaking news. we are getting our first look at the u.s. bombing strike against isis in afghanistan.
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this is new video just released by the department of defense on the attack yesterday. the 22,000-pound weapon was dropped in a remote area of the country on the border of pakistan, and it targeted a network of four to five underground tunnels and used by up to 800 isis fighters. 36 isis fighters died, and trump called the bombing a success. >> i am all for going after isis. we can't just bomb our way to national security. >> as is the case with every part of trump's foreign policy. we're all trying to understand, what is the strategy? what is our overall purpose here? so far we are not hearing that. >> and it's the most powerful non-nuclear bomb used since world war ii. another foreign policy challenge for the trump
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administration is north korea. tomorrow the communist nation is expected to hold another nuclear test. consensus is that pyongyang must change its behavior. >> we are working with international departments in order to diffuse the situation, but the bottom line is north korea has got to change its behavior. that's an agreed position among the international communities, nations that working together on this. >> this weekend north korea celebrating the anniversary of the birth of the national founder, the nation's most important holiday. still tracking breaking news from the live desk. a fire overnight in las vegas from the bellagio casino. and this is cell phone video, and can you see the flames engulfing part of the roof at one of the world's biggest
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hotels. almost 80 firefighters had to respond and took them half an hour to fight the fire and nobody was hurt. the vegas strip was closed for a while but is re-opened this morning. firefighters say it was really hard to fight because of the casino's location, and yes, the world-famous fountains kept going through the whole thing. >> thanks, jessica. police hope a will help find the doctor who failed to show up for the last two days of his trial. he was found guilty of six felonies and misdemeanor charges. he was last seen in walnut creek on march 8th. a man under arrest in santa rosa accused of dining and dashing at several restaurants. zimmerman is homeless and has been arrested seven times for
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skipping out on the bill this year. the latest incident happened in the montgomery village shopping center, and he ordered $40 worth of food and alcohol. last-minute money from the state is sparing b.a.r.t. from making tough decisions. the board of directors is getting money from the gas tax hike. this allowed the board to take two options off the table, pushing early morning service to 5:00 a.m. and making seniors pay more for tickets. fair for youths still may have to go up and they are considering charging 50 cents more for those that use paper tickets. >> the idea is to raise money through the surcharge and to encourage people to use clipper cards and it would be done in conjunction with disabling the machine to sell cards as well.
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in napa, earthquake repairs are under way on the library that was damaged 2 1/2 years ago. the downtown landmark will have its roof replaced and work done to reinforce the interior. the restoration is expected to take nine months. after 90 years in business the palo alto institution will be closing its doors tomorrow, sport shop and toy world has been serving customers since 1930, and the popularity of online shopping and changing demographics are to blame. the tech focus draws younger workers without children so they don't shop as often without toys. the store is drastically discounting inventory and will continue to sell on its website until the stock is gone. >> hate to see a local store like that close up. and we are thin in danville, and dublin and pleasant for the cool spots.
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it's 39 in santa rosa. napa, 40 along with los gatos. and san jose, 45. look at that, oakland and also san francisco at about 48 degrees. here's a look at sfo, not expecting any delays today because the weather is going to be quiet. tree pollen, that will be lurking out there. and grass palm is going to be moderate, and maybe even higher in my neighborhood as i mow this afternoon. and uv index higher than yesterday afternoon. tomorrow, 62 in san francisco. about 71 in concord and san jose. back to average. and then look what happens on easter sunday, gets cold again. upper 50s to low 60s. that's because rain is on the way. tonight, 39 to 47 degrees. in fact, we have several chances of rain, and that's going to add to the new record sierra snow pack. that was set yesterday and we'll talk about that coming up in the
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accuweather 7day forecast. and a problem on the bay bridge. it's westbound 80 just past treasure island. we have a two-car crash, and doesn't sound too serious. no injuries involved but the far right lane is blocked and the backup growing quickly. keeping a close eye on this one. we still don't have metering lights on this one. and it's friday, and it's a holiday. we still have a lot of folks off on spring break as well. that's helping. i have to think they are going to flip those on soon, and that is starting around the incline right now. the rest of the bridges look great, and 580, six minutes, and 13 minutes across the san mateo bridge, and nine minutes across dumbarton bridge. another on the bridge crash coming up at 5:50. i feel like i was not even responsible to keep him safe. >> a man's ashes are stolen from
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a trunk of a car. why time is running out for his family to find them. and then world travelers will be welcomed at the san jose international airport. international airport. and then you can keep pg&e learned a tragic lesson we can never forget. this gas pipeline ruptured in san bruno. the explosion and fire killed eight people. pg&e was convicted of six felony charges including five violations of the u.s. pipeline safety act and
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obstructing an ntsb investigation. pg&e was fined, placed under an outside monitor, given five years of probation, and required to perform 10,000 hours of community service. we are deeply sorry. we failed our customers in san bruno. while an apology alone will never be enough, actions can make pg&e safer. and that's why we've replaced hundreds of miles of gas pipeline, adopted new leak detection technology that is one-thousand times more sensitive, and built a state-of-the-art gas operations center. we can never forget what happened in san bruno. that's why we're working every day to make pg&e the safest energy company in the nation.
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welcome back. we have more breaking news coming in, this time from fresno
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where a security guard has been shot and killed. want to show you the tweet just sent out moments ago from the sister station in fresno. a security guard was killed while working at a motel 6. i am gathering details still, and i will have more on the story as information comes in. matt. matt. a mother and north carolina came to the city to spread the ashes of her husband and father on tuesday. a crook broke into the rental car parked in the garage at anchorage shopping center, and a chief took off with a wallet and joe's ashes. >> i feel horrible because i feel like he deserves better. i don't know where he's at. >> the wilkinson's called
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and they were directed to fill out an online report. >> how terrible for that family. we are about to show you just how bold car burglars can be in san francisco. right around the corner from our studios, police say two men broke into a rental van and stole their luggage. burglars did not get far, though, our abc7 security captured an undercover police officer chasing them. the officers happened to be working undercover to stop car break-ins around the area, and the tourists were grateful to get their stuff back. >> thank you to the police. >> yes. >> is that the voice of melanie woodrow translating french? >> yeah, might be. >> the trip is continuing to go through california, luggage and
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all. city council members want to stop the sale of all flavored tobacco products. the proposal is to prevent tobacco companies from marketing their products to kids. and then mineta international san jose airport is open, and there's a new lobby and a bigger baggage claim area. the expansion reflects the growth the airport is experiencing. >> we're now up to eight carriers serving international routes and we're adding another ninth carrier july 1st, which will be air mexico. >> they are taking uber all the time. so it would be a lot easier to just be closer to home instead of going all the way to san francisco. >> local officials shows the increased traffic shows san jose
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is being recognized internationally as a destination, and it's a lot more money for the city. if you are just waking up and have not gotten dressed yet, it's blue and gold day in the bay area. >> warrior fans are encouraged to wear the warrior colors today. the majors of oakland, san francisco and san jose declare the day to be blue and gold day. >> as the playoffs begin on sunday i want to encourage all the fans to bring the energy and bring the passion and help us win. >> you can catch that game sunday right here on abc7. if you don't have tickets, abc that 7 is the only place to watch portland and the dubs in the playoff series. we want to see your warriors' pride, and share your warriors' pride, and share your pictures online and use the
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cache cac #dubson7. >> catnip situation going on there. >> i see your warriors' gold and tie, mike. >> yeah, blue sky today and golden sunshine. water is going to be beautiful blue also. visibility has been incredible the last couple of days. here's a look at 101 and 880 in san jose. you can see a clear sky. the sun comes up at about 6:34 this morning. when it does, total sunshine, and cooler than average. dry and warmest tomorrow. a few high clouds roaming through our skies, and then light and cool on sunday with another couple of storms next week. watching our storm and tracking it well out over the ocean, a reprieve from rain on sunday. sunrise, 6:32 on sunday morning. mostly cloudy and dry.
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first signs of wet weather reached the ground in the north bay by 9:00. for the rest of us, about noon. from noon to say 4:00 or 5:00, we have a chance of light rain, and after 5:00 it starts to taper. let me show you the rain track and you can see a couple of hundreds by 9:00 in the north bay, and then measurable rain by 1:00, and then continues until 5:00. and the storm impact, rain going to be light. not as chilly as sunday. we have a crash that cleared a couple moments ago, past treasure island. no injuries. it was just blocking the far-right lane. you can see that red on the traffic flow as the bay bridge toll plaza. the
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as of 5:45 this morning, and that's stacking up through the that's stacking up through the fast track lanes. once you make it past the metering lights, it's so light we will bounce back quickly from this. new at 6:00, why the bay new at 6:00, why the bay area's newest train told to keep quiet in one north bay city. and then the dream of the late steve jobs is about to come true. some people think a smaller government is a good thing. now you can have your say about which federal agency you would like to eliminate, including this one at 1600 pennsylvania avenue. we are going to leave we are going to leave weather
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turns out finding 9,000 trees for apple's futurisic campus is harder than you might think. according to business insider, apple is in a bidding war to buy out the best trees spanning the pacific northwest, and insiders say apple appears to be more focused on fruit trees since steve jobs wanted the campus to remind him of growing up in california. and if you have a government agency you would like to eliminate, now is your chance to weigh in. the white house is launching an online survey. the trump administration is looking for ways to reorganize the executive branch and
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eliminate unnecessary agencies, and all you have to do is check in at whitehouse.gov. you have until june 12th. and then let's use it as a backdrop to talk about what to expect this afternoon. temperatures from 3:00 to 8:00 degrees cooler than average, and 64 in redwood city. napa, 65. livermore, 63. we should be in the mid-60s to low 70s. another game against the rockies. 55 dropping down to 52. chilly and not too breezy tonight. yeah, those are fireworks. that's one of the specials tonight along with good baseball. here's alexis. i want to show you drive times here. if you are coming across the bay bridge, we have delays, and
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westbound 80 highway 4, getting to the maze in 15 minutes. and san francisco to sfo, wide open and in the green at just about nine minutes. wanted to update you on the ace situation. we had a signal problem early this morning and ace was sitting just past stockton for quite sometime and they are on the move now but that delay is around 50 minutes. so if you want to drive out of the central valley, honestly it's extremely wide open with light volumes. and keeping an eye on these, but that might not be your best bet today, and if you want to drive instead, we don't have any blocking issues. it's five to 6:00 now. there are spiffy new cards to choose from. this is the children's winner. this is the children's winner. sophia came up with this one.
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and hannah came up with an impressive one to win the teenage group. and then a bird pecking at books, the adult winner here. books, the adult winner here. you can sally will be at galvanized cafe full time beginning next month. the ceo says he wants to install two dozen more sallys by the end of the year. >> i want an instant pizza maker and burger and fries maker,
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that's just 5:55 talking. and then tesla's newest competitor. we are tracking breaking news out of afghanistan. new video showing the moment the u.s. dropped the mother of all bombs. what military commanders are revealing about this attack. and then what makes this house of worship so unique. a live look outside right now, and it's 5:57. we missed the sunrise over the last few days, and it has been last few days, and it has been drizzly and forecast, and
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indid may imagine april showersy bringing her fashionable, flowers at such a sunny price? never but that's the beauty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find, but you know you're gonna love it. good morning, and thank you for joining us on this good friday. it's april 14th. i am matt keller in for reggie aqui. >> and we have jessica castro
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here in her warrior's blue. and mike is bringing in a little gold. >> yeah, just a little bit. >> i would like to say thank you, mike, for the conference call we got on to all wear blue. it was nice of you. >> yeah, that was me. >> i would never call you guys that early in the morning. rest assured. what i can tell you, it's calm our outside. 12-minute at sfo, and 18 at half moon bay. high pressure is taking over. no clouds as you can see from our camera at pier 15. cooler this morning, 37 to 47. by noon, 55 to 59, and then staying at 55 at the coast to 62. grab a coat. you will need it this evening. put the umbrella away until sunday. we will take a look at that coming up

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