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as we approach 6:00. >> a chance for rain is on the way. just a chance, but first a cooldown for the bay area and welcome to tuesday, june 6. glads y glad you're here. >> why not panic? that means they'll watch us. i'm kidding. the storm impact scale is for the north bay. wet weather is a couple days away. 18 mile per hour wind at fairfield, a little stronger sea breeze this morning. hasn't made it to the east bay. you can see sunshine southbound walnut creek. temperatures running from the mid-40s to mid-50s at 7:00. 69 to 74 bay and inland at noon. 72 to 77 at 4:00 and temperatures in the mid to upper 60s at 7:00. let's find out if the commute is as smooth as the weather. sue? >> depends on where you are. we have a couple rough spots. we'll take you to pinole valley
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road, westbound 80, traffic stacking up, it will take you about 25 minutes to get past that scene. the east shore freeway is looking good. two left lanes blocked here as well northbound 87 near curtner stacking up towards highway 85 for a 20 to 25-minute delay there as well. just getting confirmation from chp this accident in burlingame is over 101. don't know if you can see it but once emergency crews get there you can see that so it may cause slowing on the freeway itself. we'll update this and more in our next report. happening today, foremaner first lady michelle obama will be at apple's worldwide developers' conference in san jose. >> matt keller is live at the convention center for day two of the event. hey, matt. >> good morning, natasha and reggie. what a difference a day makes. gone are the huge lines here yesterday morning in front of the convention center. they have opened up west can sar
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los street. that's the good news for people driving in the area but a lot of people are already getting in line this morning after a big announcement was made yesterday. >> someone will be joining us that's devoted her entire career to highlight iing doers. i'm very excited to tell you that michelle obama will be [ cheers and applause ] -- joining us. [ applause ] >> reporter: that surprise session is called a conversation with michelle obama and lisa jackson. apple ceo tim cook called it a fire side chat with developers. he says the former first lady will be talking about empowering people from all walks of life to change the world. lisa jackson is also a big name in politics, she served as the head of the environmental protection agency for four years under president obama. she works for apple as the vice
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president of environment, policy, and social initiatives. the event is scheduled to start at 9:00. reporting live from san jose, matt keller, abc 7 news. to developing news now, british police have identified the third terrorist in this weekend's attack on the london bridge. he is youssef zaghba from east london. he's believed to be a 22-year-old italian national of moroccan descent. police say zaghba and two other men killed seven people and injured dozens more before dying in a shootout. abc's brian ross says an attack like this is not as likely in the u.s. >> a lot of people are asking what about extremists living here in the rice on the radar known to authorities? >> the fbi says it has affective investigations in all 50 states but fewer people who are considered active threats than in great britain. they have 23,000 people they're trying to keep tabs on. >> the other two attackers were identified yesterday. >> i want to jump in from our live desk because i've been tracking down more information on zaghba. it turns out his mother is
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italian. he was stopped by italian authorities on his way to turkey and presumably syria last year. media reports there are saying that zaghba was an italian who was on their watch list in italy and that moroccan and british authorities were warned about him. zaghba moved to london later, he was working at a restaurant there and lived in east london. he hadn't been in italy since 2006 but, again, on the radar of italian authorities before this attack. reggie, back to you. san francisco police are looking for two adults who were seen abandoning a young boy by the side of the road just after 6:00 last night at slope boulevard and the great highway. this is close to the san francisco zoo. medics from the fire department witnessed what happened. they called police and the child wasn't hurt. the adults drove away and police say they possibly had another child inside the car. the judge in the sierra
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lamar murder trial is expected to sentence her killer in september. yesterday, a jury recommended a sentence of life without parole for antolin garcia-torres. last month, he was convicted of murdering the morgan hill teen. sierra lamar's parents with disappointed he avoided the death penalty. >> i would be lying if i didn't say i was disappointed in the verdict. his family doesn't grieve. we'll grieve for the rest of our lives. >> i feel at peace that he will not be on the streets and arm another child. but the angst will be in our lives forever. nothing will take that away. garcia or t deserved leniency because he was abused as a child and exposed to pesticides. an arraignment for the man of killing an australian tourist in san francisco.
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matthew bate was heading to his argument when he got into an argument with david marillo. he was sucker punched, he fell and hit his head and died. marillo is from southern california and he faces involuntary manslaughter, assault and battery and charges. a study out of stanford concludes oakland police officers speak less respectfully to people who are african-american. researchersstudied body cam video and found officers with more likely to use sir, ma'am, and please when dealing with white drivers. with african-american drivers officers instead used "my man," the driver's first name and told them to keep their hands on this wheel. would you want to work here? san francisco could save millions of dollars by moving employees out of the aging hall of justice. employees deal with sewage leaks, rodent infestation and it contains asbestos. a report by the city's budget only itself finds san francisco could save $95 million over ten
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years by renting office space for various agencies somewhere else. city officials say waiting would take too long and cost too much. the sonoma county board of supervisors will vote on whether to stop charging parents a fee when their kids are sent to juvenile hall. families owe more than $4 million for the care of their children in juvenile hall and probation camp. the daily fee for housing is $32. families of young people placed on probation pay a flat fee of $145. if approved the fees would end on july 1. uber has faced multiple controversy this is year. next, the hire that could be the first step to fixing issues with top leadership. an east bay teacher dies an east bay teacher dies just one day after retiring.
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we'll start in the south bay with sunshine breaking through the cloud deck. exercising, watch out for that extreme sunshine. breezy at the coast and north of the bay bridge this afternoon. as far as the uv index, 10 on the scale of 1 to 11 so burn times very quick between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. peninsula, low to mid-50s. the same type of temperatures.
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concord 57, san jose 47. at sfo we don't have flight arrival delays. no more 80s after tomorrow and the chance of rain thursday. we'll look at that next. here's sue. tracking light traffic on the east shore freeway, why is it so light at this hour? well, because we have an accident a little farther to the east. it's westbound 80 near pinole valley road. we go to san jose where we have an accident northbound 87 near curtner, traffic stacked up with a good solid 25 minute drive time. there 101 through broadway burlingame over the freeway they have an accident on broadway, when emergency crews get there it may slow things but for now looks good on the peninsula. new details s os on uber's efforts to fix its leadership problems. they've hired frances frei to
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advise. travis kalanick admitted he needed help after he was seen being rude with an uber driver. the hiring comes as he prepares to release details on an investigation into the company is's culture. employees accuse uber of sexism and discrimination. details about a huge issue at british airways. what's being blamed for taking down the company's i.t. system. >> your baby and sleep. should they cry it out alone or sleep with mom and we recently had a heart attack. but we are not victims. we are survivors. we are survivors. we are survivors. and now we take brilinta. for people who've been hospitalized for a heart attack. we take brinta with a baby aspirin. no more than one hundred milligrams... it affects how well brilinta works. brilinta helps keeplatelets from sticking together and forming a clot. in a clinical study brilinta worked better than plavix®. brinta reduced the chance of another heart attack. or dying from one. don't stop taking brilinta without talking to your doctor,...
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it's 6:15. we have new details on the disastrous i.t. meltdown that left 75,000 british airways passengers stranded. according to the bbc, the i.t. glitch two weeks ago was caused by human error. the head of british airways parent company iag says an engineer disconnected a power supply. that wasn't the issue. the damage was caused when was reconnected in an uncontrolled way. the mistake caused major disruptions and bay area travelers felt it, too. iag says an investigation is under way to learn from the experience. a high school teacher in the east bay died a day after retiring and we are seeing the true impact he had on his students. a go fund me page for eric theil has reached nearly $25,000 in one day. his last day at amador valley
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high was on friday and he was found dead saturday night. the family is still awaiting word on the cause. according to the east bay times, theil thought for 28 year38 yea including 25 at amador. we are seeing an out pouring support who describe him as inspiring. we have a link if you would like to help the family. reading the comments from his students, he sounds like an incredible teacher. a new study published in the journal of "pediatrics" regarding babies may be confusing to parents. it found bay babies sleep for shorter stretches after sleeping with their parents after four months old. that contradicts the american academy of pediatrics that recommend they share a room for at least six months. senior medical contributor dr. jennifer ashton spoke about other ways to prevent sids on
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gma. >> babies should never sleep on soft surfaces or the same bed as their parents. they can be smothered or crushed. they should be put to sleep on their back. their big campaign is back to sleep. even though our mothers will say "i put you on your tummy, they need to sleep on their back and no soft pillows and blankets in the vicinity. >> dr. ashton says she doesn't think the decision to have your baby sleep alone or with you will make or break your bond. >> looking for a place in san francisco to watch game three of the nba finals? you could head to civic center plaza. the city is letting you watch game three there on a jumbotron for free. can't bring alcohol, it won't be sold there, either. this is video from last year's watch party. if you go, get there early because it gets popular. city officials recommend taking muni or bart. the warriors are opening up oracle for a viewing party since the game will be in cleveland. tickets cost 20 bucks for that at
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or you can watch in the comfort of your own home for free. espn and abc's coverage of game three of the nba finals starts tomorrow night at 5:30 on abc 7. just before that, join abc 7's larry biel and make the dubs on 7 preview show. tipoff is at 6:00 p.m. >> i'm so excited? >> you just can't hide. >> it we can do it. >> about to lose control and think you like it? >> if we win, we win taco bell, don't we? >> that's right, doritos loco for free. >> that's right up your ally. >> really healthy. and yummy. here's live doppler 7. you can see the cloud cover increasing as the sea breeze has more strength. look at this beautiful picture, yosemite's half dome. doesn't that look gorgeous. it will become mostly sunny-and-seasonal.
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a chance of light showers thursday. that's not a misprint. still tracking the storm. friday and saturday looks to be the coolest afternoon. starts start in the south bay. mid-70s, 79 in san jose and 80s the farther you are away from the water. los gatos, morgan hill and gilroy. let's go to san jose high school. you are graduating at 1:30 this afternoon. temperature right around 77 degrees. so it's going to be warm under that sunshine so be ready, have fun and be safe. congratulations. 68 in millbrae, 72 in san mateo. 75 on the peninsula. near 60 along the peninsula coast with more cloud cover than yesterday. the ill breezy. that water temperatures because of the upwelling in the upper 40s and low 50s. 66 in downtown san francisco. that's cooler than what we had yesterday. we had 69. 69 is where we'll top out in berkeley. 70 in oakland. 71 in san leandro. east bay valley is 81.
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temperatures tonight under cloudy sky 50 to 55. there's a chance of stray showers from san jose bodega bay. a couple hundredths of an inch of rain is possible. that's why we have a 1 on the storm impact scale for thursday. sue? >> let's look at the bay bridge, 5:25. metering lights were turned on. i find this ironic. the cash payers, there's hardly any stackup. if you have fast track, not so much. it's backed to the overcrossings into the macarthur maze and car pooling is always a great way to go. trouble spots for your drive from rodeo and cummings skyway in towards pinole. we have an accident blocking two left lanes, just crawling, under 10 miles an hour for big delays. we'll get to drive times in just a second. also san jose northbound 85, we have emergency crews blocking two lanes of traffic.
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pardon me, that's northbound 78 with speeds under 20 miles an hour there as well. 80, highway 4 to the maze it's relatively light once you get past that accident. there's 87 from highway 85 to the sloez airporan jose airport. >> "good morning america" is coming up at 7:00 on abc 7. >> we're live in new york with a look at what's ahead. >> reporter: good morning to you reggie and natasha. coming up next on gm british police are facing questions over the latest terror attack in london. there are reports the ringleader was previously known to authorities and that has people wondering if he could have been stopped. then an abc news exclusive, president trump's sons sitting down with our us. donald, jr., and eric responding to the criticism over their father's tweets the, russia investigation and what they think of the team in the white house, including their sister ivanka trump. plus they have details on their new business venture, more on
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all of that and a big morning in the studio with kevin hart, if you like to laugh, and mario batali if you like to eat. it's a great show coming up on gma. >> that sounds like the perfect combination. see you at 7:00. up next, 7 on your side's michael finney has a tip for golfers. plus, getting into a california state university could get harder. why your kids might want to why your kids might want to taken a
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back at:25. california state university students may be required to take four years of math classes. the current admission requirement is three years. according "the mercury news" officials are considering the requirement to make sure students keep their math skills. the csu plan will allow students to take computer science classes or other quantitative reasoning courses to fulfill that requirement. i still sometimes wake up in cold sweats thinking about trig analit. >> anxiety dreams, for sure. today, nancy from holland, michigan, has a question about golf courses. >> she spoke at our ask finney event at alameda, michael finney has your answer. >> i'd like to know where is the
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best place for my husband to play golf while we're here on busines business. >> thanks for visiting us, i hope you're having a good time. who do you guys know? that's my question for you. i'll explain why in just a moment. golf digest named the olympic club, the san francisco golf club and the california golf club of san francisco in its top 45 list of california golf courses but you can't just show up at these places and play, you need to pull strings. however, with no strings you can play at tpc harding park owned by the city of san francisco, it's beautiful, big tournaments are played there so you've probably seen it on tv. nancy, i hope you and your husband have a grand time in the bay area. thanks for your question. if you have a question for michael finney record it on your smartphone or tablet and share it on social media with the hashtag "ask finney". next, one of the men charged
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in the ghost ship fire is back in the ghost ship fire is back in alameda
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>> it will be comfortable for the most part. let's look at what's going on with live doppler seven. very dry. let's look at our east bay hills. areas getting total sunshine. east bay valleys are 44 to 54 is east bay valleys are 44 to 54 is our spread. golden gate fields and the macarthur maze is flowing nicely. we had an earlier accident westbound near pinole valley road. that has been cleared but i'm stilt seeing big delays for about 20 to 25 minutes behind the scene backed up to the cummings skyway.
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87 near curtner, two left lanes are blocked there. so expect a good 20 minute delay there as well. we'll check back with drive times in a couple minutes. >> developing news now on the oakland ghost ship fire. one of two men newly charged in connection with that fire is in jail. n alameda county. >> the d.a.'s office says he is partially responsible for 36 deaths. amy hollyfield is live at the santa rita jail, amy? >> reporter: 47-year-old derick almena appeared in superior court in lake county last night in this video you will only see on abc 7 news. al me almena's co-defendant is being extradited from l.a. he's charged with 36 counts of manslaughter in connection with the ghost ship warehouse fire. he was the tenant of the building. >> almena and harris knowingly created a fire trap with
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inadequate means of escape. they then filled that area with human beings and are now facing the consequences of their actions. almena moved his family to lake county, his wife and three children, after the fire. that's where police found and arrested him wednesday morning. he is due in court to be arraigned on thursday. prosecutors haven't said whether they plan to charge the owner of the building. live in dublin, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> thank you, amy. as this story develops, make sure you are up to date with our abc 7 news app. it's flee to download and you can enable a push alert. the california supreme court will hear arguments in the case challenging proposition 66. that's the death penalty initiative approved by voters in the fall. if the court upholds the initiative they would open the door to resume executions for the first time since 2016. one of the most hotly contested requirements of prop 66 is
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requiring the court to decide all death penalty appeal within five years of sentencing and this is more than twice the court's current pace. california governor jerry brown says he's disappointed in the president over his decision to pull out of the paris climate accord. the governor made those comments at a clean energy conference in beijing. brown says the decision will prove temporary because of the urgency of the issue and science will bring the u.s. back to the forefront of fighting climate change. >> we face not just the technical barrier, we face political barriers. there are still some in powerful places who are resisting reality, who are resisting the obvious science that we know governs our lives. brown signed agreements with china's government in two provinces two fight climate change together. he also reiterated the need for u.s. states to step up and take the lead on the issue. happening today, the santa clara county board of supervisors will vote on a climate change agreement. the board plans to reaffirm its
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commitment to fighting climate change and call for other count crea ies to do the same. the board meets at 9:30. much of the south bay is at significant risk of sea level rise because of climate change. developing news in the london bridge terror attack. british police have identified the third terrorist as youssef zaghba, a 22-year-old moroccan man from italy. he's the man you see on the right. he was well known to police as an isis sympathizer. the other two terrorists were identified as khuram butt and rachid redouane. all three were shot dead after they killed seven people and they killed seven people and injured 40 others on saturday. people across england stopping what they were doing to honor the victims. british prime minister fr e theresa may is weighing in on the war of words between london's mayor and president
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trump. on twitter, trump attacked mayor sadiq khan after what he said after saturday's terror attack. mayor khan said there was "no reason to be alarmed if they see an increased police presence." it seems the president took those comments out of context and called the explanation a pathetic excuse. this morning theresa may told the "sun" britain's relationship with the u.s. is important but she thinks the president is wrong. the mayor is demanding the british government cancel a state visit planned by the president. >> i don't think we should be rolling out the red carpet to the president of the usa in the circumstances where his policies go against everything we stand for. >> may insists the state visit will still happen as scheduled later this year. >> a federal contractor from georgia is facing charges for leaking top secret documents regarding russian hacking. 25-year-old reality lee winner is accused of printing a classified intelligence report then giving it to the on line then giving it to the on line news site the intercept
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the information including a phishing e-mail claiming to be from google sent to dozens of elections officials. it's not known if officials opened the e-mail. former fbi director comey is looking forward to testifying on the russian probe and his dealings with president trump. that's according to the chair of the senate intelligence committee. comey will speak twice, once at a televised public hearing then second time behind closed doors when he will reveal more confidential information. people in sonoma county are casting their votes in a special election. landlords wouldn't be able to raise rent by more than 3% under measure c. supporters say that protects renters however it only covers units built before 1995 and that leaves too many people out. also, measure d, a new tax
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on cannabis businesses, we're talking about growers and dispensaries. many counties have a similar tax on the books. then measure e, a parcel tax for sonoma valley hospital. it would raise an existing tax by 20% so it would be $250 and it would raise almost $4 million it would raise almost $4 million a year for that hospital. a little drizzle is possible near the coast but haven't heard of any yet. get up in the hills you can see los gatos at 59 degrees. we have 52 right now in san carlos, alameda 54. 53 in lafayette, san 47 in napa. on the golden gate bridge you can see the thickening of the clouds and lowering as it takes
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over the bay bridge. the winds aren't too fast. 12 miles per hour. tree and pollen moderate. weed and mold low. uv index will be high today. going to the game tonight, 75 first pitch, dropping to 57. here's your temperatures, 60 at the coast, 66 at san francisco, low to mid-70s around the bay and upper 70s to some mid-80s inland. notice we drop a couple degrees tomorrow and significant drops, 60s and 70s for thursday because we have a chance of rain then. of course we'll talk about that hour by hour look coming up next. here's sue. we'll look at some problem spots around the bay area for your tuesday morning drive. better news if you're coming from vallejo south on -- from vallejo south on -- westbound on carquinez bridge. on the east shore freeway through berkeley it's getting better. a problem on northbound 87 near
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curtner. traffic stacked up to 85. look at your drive times. highway 4 to the maze not too bad. 87 northbound improving a bit and highway 4 westbound is not too bad as you make your way from antioch into concord. there you go, some of your bridge drives right now looking good for your tuesday morning. we'll be back with other problems in the south bay that we'll update in a couple. thanks, sue, a thief targets one of the world's largest "star wars" collections right here in the bay area. now one of the stars of the epic franchise is trying to help recover that rare memorabilia. >> apple wants to make your next drive safer but their new iphone feature may not be what many of us are looking for. and getting breaking news out of l.a. hearing of a big break in the case of an infant killed in southern california. i'll have the full story from our life desk next.
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raksawong. welcome back. that breaking news out of southern california. a grandmother was arrested moments ago for stabbing her own daughter and two grandchildren. one of them fatally. this was her picture we just got. she is 43-year-old nicole
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derrington clark. she was taken into custody by police in colton just south of san bernardino. they had been looking for the person responsible for the attack since yesterday when it happened. her 18-month-old granddaughter died, her other grandchild and daughter remain hospitalized in critical condition. one neighbor said the daughter told her that her mother was a bipolar schizophrenic. natasha? >> what a heartbreaking story. thank you, jessica. several people are facing trespassing charges for staging a protest inside of san francisco's immigration building. this was taken inside of the building by one demonstrator before they were arrested yesterday. they want the release of two construction workers detained at travis air force base. their lawyer filed a motion to stay their deportation. neither construction worker is eligible to plead their case before a judge because they were deported 15 years ago and then reed into the country illegally. happening today, a surprise appearance by former first lady michelle obama at apple's worldwide developers' conference
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in san jose. >> matt keller is live at the san jose convention center with the message she's expected to deliver. hey, matt. >> reporter: since i last saw you, the line has grown and they've moved it closer to the they've moved it closer to the convention center. we spoke with one woman who came early to get a seat. >> i almost cried. i thought it was so cool. i had no idea she was going to i had no idea she was going to be here >> reporter: apple ceo tim cook says the first lady will talk about empowering people from all walks of life to change the world. lisa jackson is a big name in politics. she was the head of the environmental protection agency
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for four years under president obama. she works for apple as the vice president of environment, policy, and social initiatives. the event is scheduled to start at 9:00 a.m. reporting live from san jose, matt keller, abc 7 news. one of the things that got a lot of attention coming out of this conference is a new tool that is supposed to keep you and your family safe on the road. >> this is the do not disturb while driving option -- this is not the right video. it will roll out with ios 11 this year. the feature blocks text messages and social media notifications while you're driving so you're not tempted to check your phone. >> it sends an autoreply so people who are sending you those messages know you are not able to get to them. you can also select certain people who can break through even if the feature is turned on. for example, if there is an emergency. so we want to know what you think of this feature. we posted a poll on twitter earlier this morning and so far it looks like 61% of you want to give this a whirl. i think most people are just assuming why not try it, right? if it makes it safer.
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the bay area man who owns the largest private collectionover "star wars" memorabilia needs your help. steve sansweet says a trusted friend stole pieces worth about $200,000 from his collection. police arrested that friend and another "star wars" enthusiast but another 120 pieces are still missing. >> we were totally devastated that someone we considered part of the family, someone that stayed with us, someone that we shared meals with would do something like that. >> some of the items stolen are 40 years old including a wind up r2-d2 and a cardboard death star. sansweet hopes the items will be recovered. and look at this, mark hamill suggested the list of stolen items be published for the "star wars" community to be on the lookout. the stanford marching band will be able to hit the road again. the school has lifted the sanctions it imposed in january after it found the ban violated the campus alcohol policy.
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the move will let the band travel to away games now. band members will still face an alcohol ban until the end of the football season. >> mickey drexler, the ceo of j. crew, is stepping down amid rumors of bankruptcy for the preppy retailer. she shaped j. crew's upscale image. you may recognize his name as the former ceo of gap. he was hailed as making that brand cool again. j. crew is carrying a massive $2 billion debt some of which will become due next year. james brett, president of the home furnishing brand west elm will replace drexler. now to what could be an uber first, possibly the longest ride ever. >> yeah, driver brent pfeiffer finally back home in texas after spending nearly 24 hours on the road. he says all of this started on sunday night. he got a request from a customer looking to book a ride from dallas-fort worth international airport all the way to nashville, tennessee. if you are wondering, that's 650 miles. no joke. pfeiffer took this selfie with
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the three visitors from china. he is still waiting on a final fare total from uber. an estimate shows the trip would run about $1,100. >> my portion of it will probably be close to $800. i also negotiated with the people, they said yeah, we'll give you gas money to get back home so it was a profitable day. >> the three passengers were thank. . they say they needed that ride after their connecting flight to nashville was canceled because of the weather and they needed to get there for business. >> when you do the math, it's not that bad of a deal for them. happening today, the warriors will hold their first practice at quicken loans arena as they get ready for game three of the nba finals. >> the team took off from oakland international yesterday afternoon, kevin durant the early front-runner for mvp in the series, was one of the first warriors to board. the dubs need just two more wins to bring home the title. there are still tickets available at the watch party at
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oracle arena. >> if you'd rather watch it from the comfort of your own chair at home, espn coverage of the finals starts tomorrow night at 5:30 and just before that, join abc 7's larry biel and mike shumann for the dubs pre-game show. >> we expect there to be those reining 3s and we'll have a chance of rain coming up later this week. >> look at you making that transition. >> on fire. >> three one hundredths of an inch of rain on us possibly? i'll show you those neighborhoods that may get that. thanks, natasha. here's a look from mt. tamalpais this morning becoming sunny and cooler. clouds will take longer to dissipate. chance of showers continues in thursday's forecast and summer warmth will have to wait until next week. talked about the breezes, small craft advisory in the areas you see shaded in yellow. 10:00 this evening and the winds continue blowing across our coast until about 3:00 tomorrow
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morning. low 80s in los gatos, morgan hill. we have a couple high schools graduating their senior classes today. lincoln lions at 1:30 will be about 75 degrees and hold right there under strong sunshine. it may feel warmer in the sun. you may want to take sunscreen also and down the road the gunderson grislies are graduating at about 4:00, temperatures 77 degrees, a light breeze and about 73 by the end of it. millbrae 68, everybody else 72 to 75. near 60 along the coast. not quite as much sunshine as yesterday. 69 in berkeley to 75 in fremont. as we head inland, low to mid-80s once again. mid-80s once again. storm impact scale is one.
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temperatures will fall from 7:00 in the morning to 5:00 in the afternoon, that's how scattered and light. the rest of us will get it during the evening and overnight hours. there will be dampness for friday's morning commute. it's all dry, sue, do you have updates? >> a couple good news items. first walnut creek southbound 680 is moving -- it's busy but moving at the limit. we have a stall partially blocking the slow lane south 680. earlier accident cleared in pinole valley road but the damage is done. slow from the carquinez bridge westbound. speeds of about 25 miles an hour and when the 580 merges you'll see slow traffic but from golden gate fields into the macarthur maze, not a bad ride at all this morning. earlier accident northbound 87 near curtner, that has cleared but slow traffic remaining. we will check back to see if we're seeing recovery in a few
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minutes. fremont has joined other bay area cities in offering an exchangeson for the public to conduct online exchanges savesly. it will be located in the public parking lot of the fremont police department. the goal is to provide a safe alternative for people to trade goods. they tell people to only do business during the day. >> back in 90 seconds with the seven thing i don't say need know before you go. >> here's our instagram picture of the day. follow us to get more images and videos like these and you can share yours using the hashtag abc 7 now. >> 6:52, glad you're up with us at the bay bridge toll plaza. at the bay bridge toll plaza. we're keeping you up to date on
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here are the seven things we think you should know. number one, derek almena and his right hand man max harris a facing 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter for the deadly december fire. almena is being helded at santa rita jail on a million dollars bail. harris is being extradited from l.a. number two, british police identify the third suspect in saturday's london attack as youssef zaghba. he and two other terrorists were shot dead by officers after they killed seven people and injured more than 40 others. number three, a report by a budget analyst finds san francisco could save $95 million over ten years by moving agencies out of the hall of justice and renting office space. employees currently deal with sewage leaks, asbestos and rodent infestations.
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number four, the cloud deck more stout this morning so expect slower sunshine, cooler weather. here's your 12-hour day planner. mid-40s to mid-50s at 7:00, 50s at the coast, mainly 70s for the rest of thus afternoon. and number five, following your tuesday-morning commute with some lingering backups around the bay area, an earlier accident near pin nell valley road has been cleared but traffic stacked up still to the carquinez bridge. traffic is slow towards the 580 merge. very slow. google expanding its paid car pool service statewide today. waze lets commuters pick up extra passengers going in the same direction. the pilot program has been happening here in the bay area for months. number 7, michelle obama making a stop in silicon valley this morning. the former first lady will be speaking about empowerment at apple's worldwide developers conference. ceo tim cook is calling this a fire side chat. >> they had no idea the people
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who were there that she was going to come until tim cook announced it yesterday during his keynote speech. >> interesting surprise. >> a lot of people excited for that. we'll see you in 25 minutes with an update on your news, weather, and traffic. i'm feeling cooler today, mike. >> it keeps going through friday. may need the umbrella, especially in the north bay thursday. >> good to know. just a little rain. we can take it. >> in june? [ laughter ] >> even mike is like, no. we're all good. >> not today. >> see you in 25, gma is next.
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