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>> announcer: live where you live, this is "abc7 mornings." good morning. no more snooze button. we are at 6:00 a.m. on wednesday, april 27th. >> yes. are you ready for sun? are you ready for warmth? this man -- >> i sure hope so. >> -- is ready to deliver. i set you up and slam dunked this, baby. >> we have really nice weather on the way, and it's affecting the commute hopefully in a positive way because it's dry this morning. partly cloudy on live doppler 7. let's jump into a beautiful shower. look at the colors in the shot across the bay bridge. 57 at the coast, and high clouds are filtering our sunshine. back to average by 4:00. 58 to 69 and enjoy it being cool around the coast to 64 around the bay and inland. there's one chance of a 90 in there's one chance of a 90 in the acai
forecast. initially we had a crash on the shoulder of port chicago highway, and now we're in the red for about eight miles. part of that is our normal backup we have along that stretch and part of that due to the two issues. i will get to the bottom of the second problem, and plus problems in hayward in the update next. bracing for a day of protest even though a planned protest by ann coulter is not going to happen. >> amy hollyfield is live near the campus of cal with how they are preparing this morning. hey, amy. >> reporter: ann coulter will not be here but her speech will still be heard. right wing political commentators say they have her speech and plan to read it here in civic center park at 2:00 a. pro-coulter rally, and there
will be anti-coulter rallies today, and it's going to be a busy day in berkeley. uc police say they had credible threats there would be violence during her speech and coulter was upset when her supporters backed out of the event. they announced they were not moving forward with the speech because uc could not provide a safe venue for the event. the foundation is suing the school claiming it violated their right to free speech. >> berkeley, as you know, all along they have changed their possession every five minutes and it's like a game of musical chairs and whenever the music stops the answer is no, she can't speech. my allies and love were on the same side, but they ran away, and they gave in and then i was -- there was nothing i could do. >> uc police say students will see more officers on the campus today and they will be very
visible and they notified outside departments to be on stand by just in case and they will have low tolerance for any violence. the city of berkeley says it's not sure how many people will show up to the rallies today but the police department is ready and the city is planning for several different possibilities. reporting live in berkeley, amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >> we will be ready to cover whatever happens. thank you, amy. and berkeley high school is monitoring the situation, and they released the statement and asking the school community to be aware of what could unfold on the berkeley campus and downtown area. we want to know what you plan on doing today? you can find a poll on our twitter page, and it's pinned to the top and asking you if you are going to head over to the campus to be part of all this and what you think about the demonstrations. right now it appears a lot of people are supporting the idea
of free speech, although right behind it almost as many people are saying coulter is not coming so why even bother showing up? and then ninth cir of appeals shot down the travel ban and executive order to defund sanctuary cities. yesterday in an exclusive interview president trump said he is krg proposals that would split up the court. and of the 25 active were appointed by democratic presidents. attorney general jeff sessions now weighing in on the sanctuary case. a san francisco judge blocked the trump administration from enforcing the threat to take away funds from the sanctuary
cities. he said this is the trump era. progress is being made daily and it will continue. this is going to be the administration that fully enforces the nation's immigration laws. bay area tax experts are responding to the trump proposal to slash taxes. there's the corporate tax rate that would drop from 35% all the way down to 15%. the president of the silicon valley leadership agrees a lower corporate tax rate would help especially in california where the state tax adds another 4.6%. >> if a small business, one, two, three people, or sole pra proprietors are enjoying the relief, we're going to potentially see the blossoming of even more small businesses. >> what is still unclear is how to pay for all of these tax cuts without ballooning the deficit. the proposal released by the white house was just one page with no real details.
one bipartisan analysis estimates it would cost anywhere between $3 trillion and $7 trillion over ten years. a man is facing several charges after exposing himself in public. two 13-year-old girls reported the incident. the police arrested the 25-year-old yesterday and the girls saw him performing a lewd act at a bus stop at texas street. he ran from the police and tried to climb a fence and he was tased and arrested and now is facing six charges. new this morning there has been another groping incident at stanford. the most recent one took last night according to the "mercury news." a woman said she was at a water fountain when a man came up and grabbed her from behind. police identified and contacted the suspect and he is described as a 24-year-old man with no connection to the university. the victim not pressing charges. the suspect does not match the description of a man that globed
two women earlier on april 7th. and then officials say one elementary school in alameda is on shaky ground and a meeting will be held tomorrow to discuss the issue. if a earthquake hits, the could liquefy. engineers are now urging the district to find another place. new details on the north bay highway. when commuters will finally see relief. relief.
a little cooler this morning. look at the 49, and waking up in san francisco about 53 degrees. we have low 50s to mid-50s around the bay. 47 right now in petaluma, daly city about 49. doesn't that look gorgeous from the exploratorium? later today, it will be breezy so caution on the water. a lot of pollen flying around in the breezes, and the weekend will be warmer.
tonight mid-40s to mid-50s, and up in the hills it will be breezy. 80 in l.a. today, and 50 in tahoe. temperatures in the 60s if you are thinking about going to tahoe anytime over the next seven days. alexis. want to take you back to highway 4. does sound like we are improving a bit but a couple issues. westbound highway 4, the first crash near willow pass road and the second one before port chicago highway. it does sound like everything is off to the shoulder. you are jammed back into pitsburg. the drive time is 51 minutes to concord. and the hayward area, a two-car crash has been pushed off to the side. a quick check of san mateo bridge. getting a report of a disabled vehicle near the high-rise, and not a major backup yet but we'll keep our eye on that. new details on the portion of fix highway 1 in the north bay. a portion of the road will
re-open next month. this is after restoring the most direct route to there. work is still being done to fix highway 1 between muir beach and steupb stun beach. next our obsession with getting fit. the new research showing you could be addicted to exercise like drugs or alcohol. like drugs or alcohol. what is being blamed
6:15. wow a close call. an iowa police officers quick action likely saved him from serious injury after a drunk driver plowed right into his patrol car. he was returning to his patrol car when another driver slammed into the back of the squad car. he ran out of that way just in time. the officer says he is so grateful nobody, especially him, got hurt. >> absolutely. exercise addiction is real and it can be dangerous. a woman named katherine schrieber believes she suffered
from it. it's a compulsive relationship with exercise and can have negative consequences. exercise addiction can occur with or without food issues. new at 6:00, nasa spacewalking suits are in short supply. a replacement is despite the millions spent. a next generation suit for astronauts is needed for future space travel, including trips to mars. at the same time, nasa has reduced funding for suit development putting more priority, instead, on habitats. and then the saturn rings are made of dust, rocks and ice and there's a chance kau seeny may have suffered damage.
and the voyage of the first of the crossings of saturn rings, the craft has been orbiting saturn since 2004, and it is expected to crash him into saturn. >> at your heart, you are a scientist and you love stuff like that. >> always reading up on stuff like that. and reading lately around the drought there are places that sunk two feet because of pulling the ground water out, and that's what i have been reading. we don't have to worry about that now. rain season is over, and this is what you have to look forward to today. the flag not moving at all but it will later today as the high clouds and breezy conditions develop and last through tomorrow. medium range model shows no rain for the next 15 days and our longest streak of warm weather is ahead of us.
partly cloudy on the live doppler 7. 65 downtown and same thing in the mission, and cooler at 60 around sunset. a comfortable and breezy afternoon. 68 in hayward, and richmond, santa cruz, same thing. and everybody else around 70 to 71 degrees, like in san jose. east bay inland about 72 to 74 degrees. livermore, 72. concord, 74. that's just the beginning. we could be in the upper 80s by next week. san mateo 67. mild along the bay side, and mountain view at 70. and also half moon bay, and up in the north bay, areas becoming a little breezy this afternoon. 68 in sausalito to about 73 in sonoma. 72 in santa rosa. here's my accuweather 7-day forecast. 60s at the coast until tuesday where we may hit 70, and mid to upper 70s around the bay, and then can you see 80s inland on
saturday and even some upper 80s by tuesday. wow, what a streak. alexis. mike, sounds good. taking a look at the roads here this morning, i want to head back to the san mateo bridge and we have reports of a collision and initially i thought it was a disabled vehicle east of the high-rise westbound 92. looks like things are looking to stap up before the plaza, and no details on how many lanes are blocked but one vehicle involved blocked but one vehicle involved has a broken and then on burlingame, slight delays there in either direction of 101. mass transit, ace 1 delay 20 minutes. ace 3 now delayed 15 minutes, and that's all due to signal problems as the trains try to leave stockton. if you are going to be taking 5 or 7 you can expect delays as
well. "good morning america" coming up at 7:00. >> amy robach with a look at what is ahead. >> good morning to you. coming up next here, president trump working to push his new trump working to push his new tax plan through as a revised version, and his secretary will join us later. and then video of a delta passenger being kicked off the flight, and the entire flight forced to deplane and reboard. new information on the dragging incident as well. and then the 911 call fro soles, raising questions about why he then left the scene. more on that story. plus, it's take your kids to workday and our kids are taking over the set. you won't want to miss it, and all coming up next on "gma." i have my daughters helping me read the news, and it's must-see
television. >> looking forward to that. >> yes. >> thank you, amy. summer vacations weeks away now. why you should consider travel insurance. a noisy project on cal train tracks. you hear that? it's now under way, and i am telling you it's happening at the worst hours for people living nearby. a look at lake tahoe as we get you started. we're going to leave weather and traffic up through the entire commercial break so you are in commercial break so you are in the kno
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are sick or injured, and a lot of travel policies offer emergency evacuation, and if you can't go on the trip can you lose a ton of money on prepaid amounts, and travelers insure upbz offers protection on those kinds of actions and lost bags. lucy, thanks for your question. >> if you have a question for michael finney share it on social media with the #askfinney. a 2.1-mile more real. our media partner says the metropolitan transportation commission will extend the line to larkspur landing.
and that is expected to start later this year. residents living near cal train tracks are hearing at the worst time of night. this is new video showing cal trains major rail grinding project. it's necessary to give riders a smoother ride but the work will run from 10:00 p.m. to 4:00 in the morning. cal train is warning people living nearby you will hear that noise for the next few weeks. >> just stay up with us. we come on at 4:30 and we are here for you. coming up, ann coulter may be a no-show in berkeley. tensions, though, still expected to rise. after the break, the face-offs that are scheduled today. i am watching a big decision coming in from texas on the highly controversial issue of sanctuary cities, as the lone star state falling in line with california lawmakers? that's all coming up next. taking a look at the roads this morning. heavy traffic on westbound
two people in the hospital and officials say, though, that incident could have been worse. ann coulter is not coming to berkeley anymore, but preparations in place and supporters promise to make sure coulter's words are still heard. and then a mom banning homework going viral. how much is too much for your kids? we are seeing the backup for this time of morning. the big warm up starts today. here's meteorologist, mike nicco. >> we will see temperatures spring back to average today, but before that happens i am tracking rapidly developing dense fog around napa, and the american canyon down to about half a mile visibility. let's take a look at what is going on elsewhere. looked quiet as i overlaid the fog layer on live doppler 7. golden sunshine on the bay bridge this morning. up to 13 degrees cooler from mid-40s to low 50s. we will stay in the 50s at the
coast. and then look at that, 67 to 70 around 4:00. i will show you the 70s, 80s and possible 90s coming up. here's alexis. >> i want to look at the san mateo bridge. a couple issues reported. one just past the toll plaza here and one around the high-rise. have not spotted either of these on camera and traffic moving along generally, so it's hard to tell if they are blocking or have been pushed off to the side, and it's not affecting drive times that much. san mateo bridge, you are in the green even though we have the two issues reported, so 19 minutes for you, and dumbarton bridge, that's in the green at just ten minutes. we'll head back to highway 4 coming up next. just because ann coulter cancelled coming to berkeley today it doesn't mean trouble will not show up. >> several groups planning demonstrations at cal, and this
time police say they are going to be ready. amy hollyfield is live in berkeley for us this morning. amy. >> reporter: it's quiet right now but twitter is already very active. one tweet this morning saying uc berkeley is now ground zero for the cultural war. we are at civic center park where ann coulter's representative are going to be today. they want her to be represented and they plan to be here today to speak out for her, and this is right across the street from the berkeley police department and officers say they are ready. cal police officers say they have a plan, telling us students will see more officers on campus today. they will be very visible, and surrounding departments have been put on standby, just in case they need more help. they say they will have a very low tolerance for violence on campus. and ann coulter supporters say they don't want the violent protesters to win, and right wing political commentators will
be here. >> ann has sent over her speech to a few of us and we have not decided who will read it but ann's words will be spoken in the bay area, whether people like it or not. >> reporter: here's a look at what is planned for today. the first rally will be at 10:00 this morning, and it's being called a nonviolent response to the craziness of ann coulter and her ilk, and then at noon, another anti-coulter rally, and then at 2:00 the coulter supporters will be here at civic center park. city leaders are not sure how many people will be showing up for the events today but are planning for a number of possibilities. reporting live in berkeley, amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >> thank you, amy. coulter is expressing frustration this morning with one of the groups that invited her to speak and then pulled their support about the
security. >> they are saying, well, we will strike a blow for the next speaker at berkeley. no, i want to win now. can republicans ever win now? >> tuesday the young america's foundation announced it was not moving forward with the speech because uc could not provide a safe venue for the event. the foundation is now suing the school claiming it is violated their right to free speech. another controversial conservative commentator, milo yiannopoulos, said he is planning to announce details in the coming weeks about a free speech week in berkeley that will happen later this year. last week he posted he will hold talks and rallies and throw parties in the name of free expression and the first amendment and he's planning a special cinco de milo event. he was scheduled to speak in february but the university canceled the event because of the violent events. we just posted the seven things
you need to know before you go here, and download this for free and enable push alerts so we can send alerts to your phone. and then a construction accident at a facebook building. >> they were 40 feet up when steel beams collapsed. matt keller is live. >> reporter: since i last saw you, reggie, the sun has come up here and you can see the construction taking place at facebook headquarters. firefighters say it is a miracle this incident was not worse. take a look at the picture at the menlo firefighters. they were working 40 feet high at 5:30 last night putting together the steel framing when the beam they were standing on suffered a catastrophic failure and dropped 20 feet and catching on to other parts of the construction, and catapulting them towards the ground. firefighters say their safety
harnesses and rigging stopped their fall before they hit the ground. both men worked for the general contractor level ten construction, and one man in his 20s and the other in his early 30s, and they were conscious but were complaining of pain in their lower bodies and had puncture wounds and they were taken to the hospital. this investigation is now being handled by cal osha. reporting live in menlo park, matt keller, abc7 news. a big development in the national debate on sanctuary cities that came into our live desk and it's something we have been talking about a lot lately. texas now heading in the opposite direction of the bay area, just a few moments ago the texas house approved a very strict ban on sanctuary cities. it would let local officers enforce federal immigration law against anybody they detain and police chiefs and sheriffs that don't go along, they could go to
jail. the bill is triggering a lot of protests like these ones last night at the state capital. democrats strongly oppose the ban and the debate went on for 15 hours but the democrats were outnumbered. back to you. president trump backtracking on his campaign pledge about nafta and now saying the u.s. will not with draw from the trade deal. the president tweeted this morning he received calls from the president of mexico and the prime minister of canada asking to renegotiate the dealin' sted of terminating it. canadian lumber has been a sticking point and it's a major supplier to the u.s. and used in a lot of new construction. president trump's new tax reform is out and his team is calling it the biggest tax cut in history. the plan would cut the corporate tax rate from 35% to 15. it also includes tax relief from middle income families by doubling the standard deduction. it creates three basic tax brackets instead of the current
seven, and helps with child care costs. it's only one page right now, just an outline and lacks specifics. it's very unclear how this is going to be paid for and how this would atpeffect the defici. >> we will be attacked from the left and we will be attacked from the right, but one thing is certain, i would never ever bet against this president. he will get this done for the american people. >> democrats have blasted the white house tax plan as wildly unrealistic. another example, they say, of providing too little detail about the president's proposals. and trump will sign an order and trump will sign an order to create a affairs. the office is a by-product of a 2014 scandal in which as many as 40 veterans died while waiting
for months at the medical center in phoenix. and b.a.r.t. seeking arrest warrants to arrest teens responsible for robbing passengers on the train at the coliseum station in oakland on saturday night. they were identified by using surveillance. up to 60 teens swarmed the train and robbed and beat several passengers. happening today, the b.a.r.t. board of directors discuss ways to reduce fare evasion. there's an $800,000 plan to catch fare evasion. officials also considering electronic hand ticket readers that would check tickets on platforms and trains. b.a.r.t. board is expected to make a decision before the budget is approved in june. that's crazy. they need $800,000 to make up for all the money they are
losing. good luck with that. seeing cold drainage coming out of the mountains, that's why you are in the 40s while the rest of the south bay in the low to mid-50s, and 55 in san jose. same thing in newark. upper 40s, lafayette and danville and novato and napa. dress warmer this morning. walnut creek, looking good. finally dry if you are going to take mass transit. no delays at sfo either. moderate tree pollen and grass pollen, high. the uv index, high. a little chilly tonight. mid-40s to low 50s, but 70s and 80s coming up in the accuweather 7-day forecast. this does not look good, mike. we have sky 7 over it now, and this is east bay 80 right between the 101 interchange and the 7th street on-ramp.
on the fly over there, as you can see, the vehicle is on its roof, and chp is already on the scene but essentially you are down to just one lane there, and yeah, as you can imagine, that backup is building very quickly for a short time we had all lanes blocked and no word on injuries yet for the folks in the vehicle that is upside down. this is going to be a big problem. obviously whenever there's a rollover crash it takes a while to clean it up and flip it over and get it towed out of there. and we are seeing the delay on northbound 101, and you will feel that throughout the city. keeping a close eye on that one. i know i promised a quick check of highway 4, too. westbound 580, you are okay out of the central valley. but 52 minutes from antioch to c concord. and we'll have another look at this rollover crash coming up in less than ten. you may have heard about rats building nests inside of cars and chewing on the wiring,
and the abc7 news i-team is investigating what could be a new trend. some are questioning if the organic materials being used are more appetizing to rats. cars are suffering thousands of dollars of damage and that's tonight on abc7 news at 11:00. another plane problem caught on camera. the bathroom break that land add passenger in trouble.
good morning. welcome back. i want to take you back live to sky 7. we have a major traffic issue in san francisco, this is eastbound 80 between 101 and the 7th street onramp. we have a vehicle on its roof block the two right lanes and got good news, everybody in the vehicle is okay. no serious injuries, but we have major backups thatti are buildi. a two alarm fire destroyed a home in vallejo overnight. firefighters first got calls. they were able to knock it down in ten minutes and nobody got hurt. the cause now under investigation. news this morning that will hurt the hearts of everybody that loves or cares about dogs. a woman discovered 12 dead dogs
weeks ago near columbus parkway, and she found bags filled with their remains, and different breeds and different sizes along with what appears to be a tool that somebody used to kill them lying next to them. we blurred out the images intentionally. animal control was called but officials found nothing to identify the dogs because they were not wearing collars and did not have microchips. a man says he was kicked off a delta flight while he got up to go to the bathroom while the plane was still on the tarmac. >> hamilton says his delayed on the run way in atlanta for so long and he got up to go to the restroom and a flight aten tentant told him to sit down. fbi agents were waiting for him at the gate. >> he said he came to arrest me but after our conversation
realized that that wasn't -- that some of the language that was used, some of the language associated with my name was not accurate. >> in a state the airlines says it's imperative airlines comply with crew instructions during all stages of the flight. >> and then the incident we have all seen time and time again by now, the passenger getting dragged off a flight. united announced several changes to the customer experience policy and the biggest one is what they are willing to compensate volunteers who give up their seats. they will now go all the way up to southea essentially matching what delta already announced. passengers will get $1,500 for permanently lost bags. go to the website, abc7news.com for a full list. and united said this is a turning point for all of us at
united and signals a culture shift towards becoming a customer focused airline. the customer should be at the center of everything we do and these changes are the beginning of how we are going to earn back their trust. now on to your morning money report. test law owners, automatic braking is on its way. tesla says it's pushing software updates to add the feature. the move comes after consumer reports lowered tesla's rating because they were moving too slowly. consumer reports says it has heard promises from tesla like this before and remains skeptical. and then the amazon echo look is part fashion analyst. can you take full body photos of your outfits and the echo look will tell you which one to wear. we have a link with more
information on abc7news.com. i call alexis, and she does it for 5 bucks. better deal. a big controversial debate around the country, homework or no homework? many schools have dunawone awayh it. >> on one side we have parents that hate homework and it's one more reason why kids hate school and on the other side parents have equally good reasons for liking homework, which is they think it's important and it shows organizational skills. >> maybe i am just lost here, but how do you have school without homework? >> i know. >> experts say it boils down to socioeconomics. as for the amount of work students should be doing each day, experts suggest ten minutes for first graders and then increasing homework time by ten
minutes for each grade. >> the homework can get out of control, hours and hours and hours. >> it can take a long time to do some of the projects, absolutely. every school year i get a survey, what do you think about how much homework your kids have, so it's an ongoing battle every single year and maybe some day we will find a happy medium. and then the presidio, the color of the golden gate bridge standing out in the sunshine. that's all, folks. the rain is gone and spring is back. we are talking about 15 days of dry weather possible and above average temperatures. right now the storm track is slowly migrating to the north but high clouds are still spilling over that, and check out the microclimates they are back. 70 to 71 for everybody else in the south bay with 71 in san jose. and as you head up on the peninsula, a lot of 66 to 69 degrees. and temperatures flirting with
60 along the coast, and breezy today. and north bay 71 to 74 in napa. breezy after 3:00. south of the bay bridge on east bay shore, 66 to 69 here. our last stop, 72 to 75, and that's just the beginning. take a look at my accuweather 7-day forecast. we will see low to mid-60s at the coast. mid to upper 70s around the bay and low 80s through about sunday, and then look at monday, tuesday and wednesday. temperatures nearing 90. that's incredible. i want to head back to the traffic alert that we have in san francisco. let's go live to sky 7 right now. we have the two right lanes blocked on east bay 80 between the 101 interchange and the 7th street onramp, and this is definitely creating big-time mess here as far as roads are concerned. the far left lane getting by. i have a few more details about the crash. it's a hit-and-run collision, so somebody else was involved but
did not stay at the scene and the good news we did get is there are no injuries involved in the crash, and that's good, everybody got out of the vehicle okay. looks like a ton of damage. we still have to upright that vehicle and get it towed out of there. 101 feeling the pinch, and can you see as sky 7 there's gridlock. i think you are still looking good for an alternate at this point. there is where the crash is, and the backup solid beyond the 280 merge, and 280 still doing okay, and if you are headed into san francisco from the peninsula or the south bay this morning, i would definitely stick to 280 or mass transit this morning. we'll have another look at this we'll have another look at this coming up in less than
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though her speech at cal has been called off. police say the officers will be highly visible to keep demonstrations from getting violent. and then a construction accident at a new facebook building in menlo park. two men were working 40 feet up when steel framing beneath them collapsed and they fell about 20 feet. both men were conscious when paramedics arrived. a school in alameda expected to shut down after determining lum elementary could be a danger to students during a earthquake. a special meeting is set up for tomorrow to talk about what is coming up next. president trump considering proposals to split up the ninth circuit court of appeals in san francisco. that court blocked his travel ban and he could face them again in appealing a block to defund sanctuary cities. and then check out the temperatures, 44 to 54, and then
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good morning, america. president trump promises the biggest tax cut in history. >> it's a great plan. we're going to put people back to work. >> slashing rates for families, businesses, even himself. but it's far from a done deal. the man behind it, steve mnuchin joins us this morning. breaking news, tense standoff, barricaded inside this house. firing shots at officers throughout the night. accused of killing a state trooper hours before. >> cpr in progress. >> police using an explosive device to try and get in. residents told to stay in their homes, the city on high alert this morning. on-board outrage. a whole flight forced to deplane after a passenger gets up to use the bathroom while the aircraft