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good morning, south bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is "abc7 mornings." chasing perfection. the dubs have a chance to go 16-0 in the playoffs and win the nba championship tonight. it's foggy to start your friday morning. i am tracking the conditions and alexis is watching the roads for your commute. >> all that matters is it's friday, june 9th. thanks for being here. >> we have drew in for mike nicco. >> great sleeping weather on a friday. >> can i go, then? >> yeah. live doppler 7 with the satellite, the gray you see on the screen is the patchy cloud
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cover and we could see fog off the coast and inland as well. gray skies are above, and great news, though, watch as the cloud cover quickly breaks down and sunshine will prevail later on this afternoon with comfortable temperatures in the 60s and 70s. let's get a check of traffic with alexis. >> a live look outside with the bay bridge toll plaza. i think we are going to get a few extra minutes before those flip on this morning. on fridays we have the lighter commute with folks stretching it out into a three-day weekend here. westbound 80, highway 4 to the maze, 16 minutes. and 90 minutes between francisco and sfo. tonight the warriors have a chance with ultimate redemption. they can sweep the cavs -- there we are, and they with win their second championship in three years.
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>> and then a volunteer shoot around and most of the team was there. the warriors could make nba history by closing out the cavs tonight. they would be the first team to go 16-0 in the playoffs. >> draymond green said had not talked about it until now. >> you want to take the series, and so it's a goal and it's something you should push for now just to have it done. >> it would be the first nba final sweep in ten years, in fact, the spurs swept lebron james and the cavs back in 2007. and we are counting down to the nba finals right now. about 12 hours and 30 minutes to go. >> somebody else is counting down. a warriors super fan headed to sfo right now.
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amy hollyfield is live at the airport. >> reporter: yeah, i just talked to him and he's on his way here and we will be here within the hour and will catch a flight cleveland. justin lou has done this before. we caught up with him two years ago when he went to cleveland for a game. they won the championship that year and he didn't go last year and we all know what happened, so this year he feels like it's his duty to be there, and he booked a ticket right after game three. price line is saying flying to cleveland and page for your ticket and paying for a hotel is cheaper than going to a game at oracle. and he backs that up. he doesn't have game tickets yet and plans to buy those when he gets there, and he does think the warriors will win tonight
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and clinch the championship. amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >> and the coverage of game four of the nba finals starts tonight at 5:30 here on abc7, and before that you can join beil and mike shumann at 5:00 p.m. police in the south bay area looking for the person that set this fire and a string of others. six fires were set in san jose in just a day. abc7 news reporter has the story. >> reporter: caught on camera just before 4:00 a.m. on willow street near vine. watch the top of the screen. you see somebody on the bicycle ride up to the dumpster and the person pauses there and then rides away and moments later flames. his home was in harm's way.
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he lived next door to the apartment with the surveillance camera and took this video with the cell phone. >> i woke up early with an explosion, and i woke up and the liquor store across the street was smoking. >> the fires were two of six fires that broke out between 2:00 and 5:00 in the morning. >> when we have fires at the same time in the same vicinity will be suspicious. >> the arson unit is investigating a business owner with a store full of hand-made items was worried they could lose everything. >> you have too much work and you don't know when some day you come here and there's nothing. >> if you information about the fires you are asked to call the san jose fire department. new this morning berkeley police are looking for more groping victims after a woman
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said she was grabbed near the cal campus. police tracked down the suspect yesterday thanks to the victim. she managed to take a photo of the suspect with her phone after he says she groped her. berkeley police arrested him on sexual battery charges. san francisco police released a mugshot of a man that killed a australian tourist. he faces assault and battery for he faces assault and battery for the death of 33-year-old matthew bate. he punched him and he fell downstairs, and he claims it was self defense. and then a 22-year-old garcia of hayward had been in critical condition, and we just got word that he was pronounced dead on saturday. the other victims of the crash were
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president trump is responding to the james comey testimony. he tweeted out despite so many false statements and lies total and complete vindication, and wow, comey was a leaker. and multiple sources say he did not watch for an extended period, and it was the first day since april 15th that the president did not send out a single tweet. the senate wants to review james comey's memos and notes that he talked about at length in yesterday's testimony. in yesterday's testimony. moments ago on politicalists said how this is far from over. >> the president of the united states declaring he was total
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vindicated as a winner, he got his resulted from price cooper. the members will keep defending the castle but they are not willing to go out and be offensive. >> mr. trump's son-in-law will be interviewed late this month or early next month. the senate intelligence committee will meet next week to coordinate the parallel investigations. the president expected to hold a joint news conference at 11:45 this morning. now your accuweather 7-day forecast. >> now tracking some patchy cloud cover. live doppler 7 along with satellite, we got rid of yesterday's light showers but still some of the cloud cover is hanging on this morning but it will move out by midday. that cloud cover overhead, it's keeping us on the mild side. look at our numbers right now.
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we're in the mid-50s to low 60s. 60 in oakland, good morning. 56, half moon bay, and 62 in san jose. you step outside and it's not only mild, but it's also rather humid out there. dew points measures how much moisture is in the atmosphere, and when the moisture is around 60, that's when you feel the mugginess. highs on your friday, take a look. tons of sunshine in the afternoon and comfortable 71, and san rafael, 73. and for san francisco, 74. and oakland up to an afternoon high of 68 degrees. we will take you to oracle. watch party game four. 67 degrees as you enter and as you are exiting, 58 degrees. don't have a ticket? of course you can watch it here on abc7. all the action starts at 5:00 p.m. we have one new issue in san
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francisco on westbound 80, and so as you come into the city here we are starting to see a delay. sounds like one vehicle has a blown out tire and possibly a broken axil off of ninth street. and i don't think this was a collision. it's not being reported as one yet and we are seeing a little backup. traffic came from a little further back. not seeing the backup yet, but if that's blocking for long, we could see that cause of delay. a quick check of the south bay. 101 and 880, and we are looking fine and nice and quiet and don't have any issues so far this morning. hearing of a new problem in the north bay, we will check on that coming up next. and then the auction to have lunch with warren buffett is up to $2 million and the proceeds coming to san francisco. and then the first gender neutral gym. neutral gym. how it aims to set a new
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the pilots did the right thing and it's really amazing that more people were not hurt. >> is that just terrifying. look at her. look at this woman. right down into that pit. he was texting or playing a game on her phone and she fell right through the open doors here, and crews had them open because they were repairing gas lines. firefighters had to pull her out on a stretcher, and this morning she is listed in serious condition. the north bay is prone to flooding during the rain. we know this. and mill valley is working on a plan to reduce the flood risk in town. and the valley is moving forward with a $375,000 project that will study the city's storm drainage and flood control systems and consultants will do computer modeling to show where the problem areas are and what works. the hit that paralyzed the
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player is under investigation by the collegiate sports governing body. cal head coach clark says taylor's injured were preventible because the hit that paralyzed him last month was illegal. it's unclear what will happen to the player that hit taylor. he was transferred to colorado to start rehab and a gofundme account has raised money for his care. now gilbert baker died in march at the age of 65 and designed the rainbow flag after being asked to come up with a positive symbol for the gay positive symbol for the gay community nearly 45 years ago. abc news was there last night when the gay men's chorus sang
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in baker's honor. >> it's a lively one, and celebrating his life and the gift he gave to us which was the gay flag. a gender neutral gym in san francisco. it could be happening. it could open up next month. it will be located near 26th and valencia streets. it will have one locker room with sectioned off. he hopes to hire staff who identify as trance or gender neutral. and then being arraigned for fraud. owner and three employees are being charged of taking
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advantage of their clients. she faces three misdemeanor charges each carrying a sentence of three months in jail. how would you like to have lunch with warren buffett? all you need is a cool couple million dollars. you can see the clock ticking down, and here's the best part, 100% of the proceeds go to one of the leading social service institutions helping with poverty here in the bay area, and you are able to bring a group of seven friends. i am always open to new friends, so shoot me a line. >> i would rather be the friend than the person paying the check. united express offering three daily
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the charles m. schulz airport. we are feeling the warrior's pride throughout the bay area, and you are showing it on social media. >> take a look at all of the middle ones from the lacey middle school in pacifica. it's tough taking one of those jumping photos but you nailed it. well done, and thank you for hash tagging >> and scarf. we found these because you used #dubson7. >> does that cat have its own instagram? all the pets and their gear, we will have tons of photo to share later today as you
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#dubson7. what is leftover, a fair amount of cloud cover, the graying you see on the screen. it's mild out there and on the humid side. mid-50s to low 60s, and these are your starting temperatures out the door this morning. we are at 60 in san mateo. and about 61 in hayward. san francisco sitting at about 56 degrees. so the call later today, you will get rid of all the cloud cover, even along the coast, and tons of sunshine out there. 62 in san francisco, and 68 in oakland, and 63 in san jose and 73 in fairfield. want to say congratulations to all the graduates at santa clara high school. you are graduating today, finally. sunshine from start to finsh and temperatures in the 70s and a bit on the breezy side. here's the accuweather 7-day forecast. the weekend will feature cooling temperatures. on sunday a chance of showers and best chance in the north bay
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and then summer-like warmth to finish off the 7-day. let's get to traffic with alexis. >> i have a few issues to get to. one crash in the north bay, southbound 101 at the north end of the robin williams tunnel. a two-car crash and sounds like the first vehicle spun out and lost control and then was hit by a second vehicle. doesn't sound too serious. i believe everybody is okay and no injuries reported yet. and we do have a backup starteding to form. also this trouble spot, westbound 80 past ninth street as you get into san francisco. we have a disabled vehicle, blown out tire and possibly a broken axil as well blocking the left lane and that backup continues to go, too. if you are coming through the santa cruz mountains past the summit, another new crash blocking the far left lane. i will have an update on the bay bridge coming up in ten. in today's "gma" first look,
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jurors had riveting testimony at the sex assault trial of bill cosby. >> in this morning's "gma"'s first look, for the first time jurors are hearing bill cosby's side of the story. not from him directly, a police transcript were read to them, and cosby's responses to questions about his relationship with the victim drastically differenter from her interactions. >> did she tell you to stop? >> no. did she push you away? no. was she awake? yes. cosby said they engaged in petting four times at his home and she asked him to stop only once and he did. >> he has a pattern of behavior that is consistent throughout all of the 16 women. >> coming up at 7:00, nancy grace weighs in live with your
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"gma" first look, norristown, pennsylvania. pennsylvania. a setback are looking at charlie the goat and placed him on an iv after he experienced stomach issues and a drop in eating. a small herd of goats became trapped and all but one of the goats survived. coming up next, the seven things you need to know as you start your day. tailor swift getting back tailor swift getting back with a few
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for a place to live after a fire in the tenderloin area this morning. one person is recovering from smoke inhalation. antioch police calling the death of this 15-year-old boy a tragic accident. he was shot in the chest with a pullet gun while playing in the house. and then looking for suspected arsonist in san jose. there's a fire near willow and vine, which was one of six fires set in the area on wednesday. and then responding to james comey's testimony, and the president sent a tweet saying total and complete vindication, and wow, comey is a leaker. number five, we're starting off with a lot of cloud cover off with a lot of cloud cover out there, and live look at the
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exploratorium camera. the bay bridge into san francisco, heavy traffic due to an earlier disabled vehicle but they did get it cleared and we have a thumbs up and you are backed up halfway to treasure island. and tim cook is going to mit. the apple ceo is delivering the commencement address at graduation today. and it picked cook because of his brilliance as a business his brilliance as a business leader and passion for issues ♪ >> it's been a long time since i heard that song? >> that's okay. >> i am team katy perry on this one. >> oh. >> taylor swift is back on streaming services, and the
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timing is interesting because katy perry, who has publicize the her issues with taylor swift is releasing her album today. >> is this the subtle swish, swish like back and forth situation. >> seems like it could be. i will just leave it at that. coming back with 90 minutes of news including the newspaper cover that is sure to anger cover that is sure to anger supporters of president trum how far should pure alpine spring water cover that is sure to anger supporters of president trum have to travel from its source to the bottle? a hundred miles? a thousand miles? how about less than a mile and a half? crystal geyser always bottled at the mountain source.
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how fafrom its sourcelpine spring to the bottle?travel ♪ how about less than a mile and a half? crystal geyser is the only major us spring water bottled at the mountain source. waking up to just a little bit of fog hanging over the bay bridge this morning. according to the meteorologist, the fog will lift soon, though. seeing heavier than normal
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traffic into san francisco on the bay bridge because of an earlier disabled vehicle that is cleared now but having a tough time bouncing back. >> things are getting better, yeah? >> improving, yes. >> that's the optimist this morning at 5:30. let's kick it off with weather. >> live doppler 7 along with satellite, we have the gray overhead but that's not how we are going to finish the day. and the cam showing you a lot of cloud cover and low fog. this is going to clear out. midday sunshine becoming dominant, and later in the afternoon a lot of 70s popping up around the bay. that's weather and let's get a check of traffic with alexis. on top of the bay bridge issue, a problem if you are coming from the north bay. southbound 101 at the north end of the robin williams tunnel and we had a vehicle lose control and spin sideways and then
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another vehicle hit that. last time we checked we did not have a backup and now you can see that's heavy get into sausalito. did look like a lot of damage done to the vehicles and the people inside were okay. and then the bay bridge backup, you are heavy back to treasure island and giving you the thumbs up and the traffic has cleared. give it another 15 or 20 minutes and hopefully it will be back in the green. next traffic update coming up in less than ten. rescued at least six people from a burning building in the tenderloin. the fire broke out on the second floor of the building. three people are now displaced and evacuating the residents was a bit of a problem at first because everybody was sleeping when this fire started before 1:00 a.m. people were also disoriented because of all the smoke. a family pet, a cat, did not survive, and it looks like everybody else is okay.
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dub nation, hoping to celebrate the second championship in three years. >> trying to sweep the cavaliers on the run in cleveland. a win will also mean something pretty big. they will be the first team to go 16-0 in the playoffs. the warriors say there is still a lot of work to be done. >> those exciting games for the people to see, and as a player you are trying to stay in the moment and know this can turn if we come out there thinking we won a championship already, we haven't, and they are still championship and we have to go and take it. >> no nba team has ever come back from being down 3-0 to win a championship series. >> right before game four join larry beil and mike shumann at 5:00 p.m. legal experts weighing in on
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comey's testimony on capitol hill. they are split about his conduct and the conduct of president trump. as abc news reporter, lana zach explains, what this means about the election of russian meddling. >> i was concerned he might lie about the nature of the meeting and i asked a friend of mine to share the content of the memo with a reporter. >> for 2 1/2 hours comey painted trying to navigate muddy waters, and comey recalling a meeting in which the president said of the flynn investigation, i hope you can let this go. >> i took it as a direction. as the president of the united states with me alone saying i hope this i took it as this is what he wants me to do. >> a personal attorney disputed much of comey's testimony. >> the president never told mr. comey, quote, i need loyalty.
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i expect loyalty, closed quote. comey did confirm that he confirmed the president was not under investigation. >> it's my opinion i was fired because of the russian investigation. that's a big deal. >> the president is punching back on twitter writing despite so many lies, total and complete vindication, and wow, he writes, comey is a leaker. lana zak, abc news, washington. and then the cover of new york "daily news," you see the paper placed the word "liar" over the face of the president. the white house says the president does not lie. we streamed the testimony on the abc7 news app, and it's free and make sure to enable push alerts. and then two police officers are recovering after they got
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run down by a speeding truck last night, and now police are trying to figure out if this was intentional. one officer was upgraded from critical to serious condition this morning, and one officer and a traffic control worker have nonlife threatening injuries. they were on bikes when they were hit. >> can you rule out terrorism? >> we have to look at that. we do not have a motive at this time. >> the driver and a passenger in the truck were under arrest, and they did find a weapon in the truck but did not say what it was. and then the snap election was intended to strengthen may's hand in the brexit negotiations, and instead there was a hung parliament. may will likely try to form a minority government of northern ireland. >> this will allow us to come
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together as a country and channel our energies towards a successful brexit deal that works for everybody in this country, securing a new partnership with the eu that guarantees our long-time prosperity. that's what people voted for last june and that's what we will deliver. >> she did meet with the queen to ask permission to form a new government, and there were calls for her to resign, and she said she will not. we are set to hear from the lawyers representing the man charged with the death of 36 people in the ghost ship fire. people in the ghost ship fire. he faces 36 counts of
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manslaughter. prosecutors say they converted the warehouse into illegal living spaces, and harris organized the concert that took place the night of the massive fire in december. this morning antioch police are calling the death of a 15-year-old boy a tragic accident. garcia was shot by a friend with a pellet gun yesterday and he was rushed to the hospital where he died. garcia was shot in the chest while the boys were playing inside this house. one >> i did not know how long he was breathing for. >> i didn't think a bb gun could kill him. >> friends say they don't know who owned the pellet gun and right now they are focusing on remembering garcia, and they say he was good at soccer and loved to laugh. and then a 24-year-old man and then a 24-year-old man was arrested
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looking at shattered car windows and then took him into custody. rain yesterday caused a mudslide to move on a section of this highway. last night caltrans closed the section five miles east of riverton. and officials say crews will be working for the next few days to clear more than 50 truckloads of debris. good morning. the time is 5:38 a.m., and live doppler 7 along with satellite tracking leftover cloud cover from yesterday's showers. and a lot of low cloud cover early this morning, and that's keeping temperatures on the mild side. look at the numbers. a lot of spots on the 60s at this hour.
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62, that current number. the same in san jose and mountain view, and oakland currently 61 degrees. we have the cloud cover, and by the afternoon we will have a ton of sunshine. a bright finish to our friday. 73 in san jose, and the same in concord. 62 in oakland and 72 in santa rosa. we will take you to oracle. no weather worries and tons of sunshine as you enter the arena and plenty of stars as you leave and hopefully we will have the championship under our belt, and if you are not going to the watch party you can watch it here on abc7. you will notice temperatures will start to cool off on saturday and cooler weather arrives on sunday. that's weather, and let's you get to the roads with alexis. if you are commuting from the north bay, southbound 101 the north end of the robin williams tunnel we had a two-car crash just inside the tunnel that was blocking the two left lanes and did not sound serious
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as far as injuries, but they were able to clear that to the alexander avenue off-ramp. we are up to 42 miles per hour, and about a mile and a half of backup out of sausalito. that's going to improve soon. seeing the clouds hanging around, a little fog here for the bay bridge commute, and speeds slowly starting to increase as we head into san francisco. i was telling you about the disabled vehicle that cleared around nineth street and that's the cause of the delay from treasure island. the backup certainly not all the way to the toll plaza here but those were flipped on at 5:27 this morning, so things are ramping up if you are commuting in from the east bay. if you had a package stolen in the east bay it could be right here, the big find alameda police just uncovered. police say a fire that gutted this housing complex under at ikea, we believe that everything you need
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at ikea, we believe that everything you need should be within reach. in an affordable dream kitchen that works as hard as you do. save up to 15% at the ikea kitchen event. we have new details on a fire that gutted a housing complex in emeryville. investigators now believe somebody intentionally set that may 13th fire and they believe a fire at the same site last july was also arson. atf agents are sharing these images, it shows a man checking out the complex before the fire started and riding a bike and wearing a backpack, and there's
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a reward being offered to catch the arsonist. and then dozens of stolen packages found, 41 in a storage unit. they think they were taken from the porches of east bay homes between the beginning of march and the end of may. there was a man caught, and he is currently being held in connection with the thefts. police say he's a transient. investigators want to hear from you if you were expecting a package but never got it. and then getting closer to a deal on the state budget as next week's budget deadline approaches. it includes a boost to spending on social services and expanding a tax credit for the working poor and the panel replaced restrictions on the office of the uc president after a scathing audit.
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lawmakers will lose their pay until the budget is approved. it may seem like good and clean fun but neighbors in north berkeley are getting annoyed somebody is putting soap in the fountain. it was vandalized again this week, and here's why it's so annoying. it's connected to the storm drain system so they can't just let all the water out because it goes into the bay, so even with the help of volunteers it costs the city about 1,000 bucks every time and days to clean it up, so just stop doing it. there is no doubt there are warriors fans across the nation, but did you know what a big fan base we had in china? >> not until now. it's not just a cultural exchange between china and the u.s., it's a huge moneymaker, and the warriors have capitalized. players like steph curry seem to
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be more relate pable to the chinese. >> if they are not as athletically inclined, there's hope for them, because if they go to the gym maybe they could be like steph curry, and he's a symbol of hope. >> i mean, that's a lie. you think you can be like steph curry, but the answer is you cannot. chinese viewership has been high during the finals with 30 million web clicks. would you rather the warriors sweep tonight or win at home? we want to know what you think. >> are we speaking english this morning? is it just me? >> i saw the vote, and everybody -- almost everybody just wants to sweep. it's beyond 90% at this point. we just want this done. why would we miss around? >> it seems selfish to vote for them to come home.
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vote how you wish. >> zero influence on that, they want them to win tonight, sweep it, 16-0 would be amazing. we have a fair amount of cloud cover leftover from light showers we had yesterday. fremont to hayward, the gray shading you see on the screen that's the low cloud cover extending into san jose. we're seeing the dense fog along the immediate coastline, and visibility in half moon bay down to half a mile. we will see improving conditions as we go throughout the day. you step out for work or school and you notice it's muggy, but it's awesome out there. oakland at 59. 62 in mountain view, and same 62 in mountain view, and same wood in brentwood and san
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at 59 degrees. we have sunshine returning in full force. highs today, we are starting gray and not going to finish that way. tons of sunshine by the afternoon. a high of 71, and san rafael, 68. oakland, 73 the high. 62 in san francisco. fairfield going up to 73 degrees later on today. the acb cooler temperatures, and by sunday a chance for showers, the best chance in the north bay and then summer-like heat returns to round it out. things are starting to improve. we are in the clearing stages for awful them at this point. northbound 101, that crash cleared 14 minutes ago. we still had a little backup and now totally in the green. if you are commuting through marin county, you should not have a problem. you should not have a problem. an northbound 17 past the
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summit we had a crash 30 minutes ago and sounded like they were close to clearing that a short time ago and not seeing any delays so hopefully that means it's off the roadway. the bay bridge commute improving as well, highway 4 to the maze, 1 minutes. and bay bridge recovering from the earlier disabled vehicle in san francisco, but all clear now. southbound 101, san francisco to the airport, looking good at just nine minutes. i will give you a beer if you give me your pants? doesn't sound right, does it? it's a san jose student that came up to help the homeless. and an intern at north beach citizen, a resource for people living on the street. she says they are looking for a particular kind of pants. >> generally speaking the population we serve is mostly adult men, and the taller bigger
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chelsea manning sat down for her first tv interview from being released from prison. she does accept responsibility for leaking 700,000 documents to wikileaks but says she's not a traitor. >> getting all this information, and death, destruction, mayhem, and i stopped seeing just statistics and information and i started seeing people. warfare is not a simple thing. it's not good guys versus bad guys, it's a mess. >> manning was released from prison in may after serving seven years of the 35 sentence, and since then she is documenting her life on social media from taking her first steps outside of prison to hanging out with her friends.
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and then recalling birth control pills because it doesn't do the job. the pills are sold by loupen pharmaceuticals, and the pills were shipped across the country and the recall was issued after it was discovered that the active and enactive pills were not districted correctly in the phre blister pack. and then an important recall you should know about, mill is recalling the safety gates. authorities say the v-shaped opening is big enough for the child to stick their head in and become trapped or large enough for a child to pass through and fall to the bottom of the stairs. china now experimenting with the train that does not use tracks or a driver. this new autonomous rail system detects road dimensions and
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technology guides the train on its root. they plan to launch this system next year. and then this is cool. they are calling it the subway library. the city's transit agency remodeled a train to look like the inside of the new york publicistoric reading room, and it comes with free e-books, and they can connect to the books by log into the wi-fi. as they say, reading is fundamental. the lou pwraeu$ibrary is open. >> i'm a bookworm and i think that's amazing. gray skies to a bright finish. and that all that gray on your screen, that's a lot of cloud cover. we will show you the picture outside. good morning, san jose. we have cloud cover overhead and what you are seeing on the 12-hour planner, the cloud cover early on and then it quickly
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breaks down for afternoon sunshine, a sunshine and really comfortable temperatures in the 60s and 70s. we were busy with a few crashes but they were all cleared now and back in the green for the entire bay area. southbound 680 through walnut creek, friday light conditions. looking ahead to this weekend, more track work for b.a.r.t. all day tomorrow and all day on sunday. basically those tracks will be closed between fruitvale and lake merritt. a free bus bridge will be provided, but that could add 20 to 40 minutes to your trip so plan ahead. we will take a look at decent drive times coming up and then all caught on video in front of a gas station in albuquerque. officers saw a woman crying over
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her puppy, and the dog was choking on a piece of cheese. they gave the puppy medical attention until he started to breathe again. and one of these officers was just honored by the department for buying groceries for a woman in need. >> that's nice. planning a summer vacation overseas? we have what you need to know before about your phone plan. why there's an investigation by the sports governing body over a hit. over a hit. a live look outside.
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11 hours and 30 minutes before game four, and you are in the right place to see it. >> this could be it, guys. this is an amazing record they could break. >> 16-0. huge. >> how is that weather? >> we are starting off on a gray note. >> okay. >> got that june gloom going on. do not worry, this afternoon the sunshine coming back in full force. live doppler 7 along with satellite, and the gray shading on the screen, that's the fog. guys, just checked with the faa and no delays at sfo, but the afternoon sunshine will be back and really comfortable temperatures, and we are in the low 70s. we are looking at the bay bridge toll plaza right now. the metering lights flipped on a couple minutes later than the rest of the weekdays, so 5:27, i guess we will have to take that. it's friday light for the most part, and not backed up


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