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good morning, east bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. >> are you ready 124 we're reaching the peak of the hottest string of days in nearly ten years. today, according to our weather team, will be the hottest one yet. >> good morning. it's thursday, june 22nd. i'm matt keller in for reggie. >> and natasha is with us. tracking breaking news. we have alexis tracking the
roads. and really the star of the show today, mike nicco, bringing us such a sweltering, miserable hot day. >> that makes me the star of the show. >> some people bring doughnuts. you brought a miserable, sweltering hot day. >> the breeze out there, it's almost nonexistent on live doppler 7. that sets the stage. yesterday, i went out of the house, just gorgeous. this morning, i could feel the heat radiating off the side of the house as it kept a lot of heat from yesterday. here's a look at san jose, not everybody in the south bay has air conditioning, but find somebody who does. you'll be in the upper 90s to low 100s today. a look at the 12-hour day planner. 57 to 72. warmer than yesterday. we'll stay in the upper 60s at the coast. look at the mid to upper 80s around the bay and upper 90s to low 100s inland. still pretty warm at 7:00 from 63 at the coast to near 90 inland. it is a spare the air day also. here's alexis. >> a great day to take mass transit. we're not seeing delays with any of our mass transit agencies so
far today. we have one new issue on the peninsula, southbound side, just before you get to 3rd avenue. a call is saying some type of truck or work truck is disabled and sitting in either lane three or four wrer one of those right-hand lanes. be on the lookout for that. hopefully we'll get that cleared soon. a quick check of the bay bridge toll plaza. no metering lightsyet. that should happen in the next 20 minutes. we'll see drive times in less than ten. >> we continue tracking breaking nws in brentwood. two people dead after a shooting overnight. abc 7 just got to the scene and has new information. tiffany. >> reporter: jessica, police say two men were shot and killed here late last night. as you can see behind me, this is still a very active investigation with both the brentwood police and contra costa deputies on the scene. the shooting started as an argument between the two dead men and a third person on the
block. that argument escalated to a shooting and police responded at 11:14 last night. >> when the officers arrived on scene, they found two adult males who had suffered gunshot wounds and were later pronounced dead at the scene. >> police say the resident who lives on this block was the shooter. and was not injured. the shooter is in custody and is currently being questioned by police. police have not determined a motive but they don't believe that this was a random act. police say there is no threat to the public. there's currently a tarp in the middle of the intersection that appears to be surrounding at least one body, and we are waiting on the coroner to arrive here at the scene. as you can tell, some of the streets along this area of birch and 1st are blocked off so they will remain closed as the investigation continues. we'll continue to follow this breaking news throughout the morning. live in brentwood, tiffany wilson, abc 7 news. mike nicco has been preparing us f today, the
hottest day of the week. >> the heat wave has led to the deaths of two people in the south bay. they're identified as 72-year-old dennis young and 87-year-old setsu jordan. >> the elderly are among the most vulinable along with young children and people with chronic illnesses. >> crews worked overnight to contain a grass fire in east san jose. firefighters worked through the heat last night after the fire broke out around 6:30 at quimby road. it's burned ungt 54 acres, but crews have stopped forward progress of the fire. still no word on a cause. >> also in the south bay, a teenager passed out in the heat on the bernal trail in san jose. sky 7 caught the teen talking with and being treated by emergency crews. it was more than 90 degrees when she was rescued. >> the extreme heat is forcing the postponement of opening day at the horse races at the alameda county fair. this is video provided by the fair. all races are postponed until tomorrow, but the fair does remain open. >> a place to keep your pets
cool in the north bay. santa rosa fire tweeted this out. an animal services mobile cooling vehicle will be at the finley community center from noon to 4:00 p.m. today. >> we posted everything you need to know about the heat and how to stay safe at abc bp 7news.com. all the cooling centers and the tips to help keep you and your pets comfortable. now, a live desk update. >> hey, guys. just a quick update on a shooting in san jose late last night. this is video you're seeing here. one person was hospitalized. we don't know that person's condition right now. we know the shooting happened on cush street just west of meridian shortly around midnight. at least two cars at the intersection got hit by a stray bullet as well. an investigation under way now. we have heard some reports that police have a few suspects in custody right now. we have put a call in to san jose police. i will let you know as soon as we get new information. >> thanks, jessica. >> new details in a deadly
shooting outside a concord nightclub. police are charged a person with murder. the shooting happened after an argument outside the nika lounge on salveio street on saturday morning. police served a search warrant for the suspect in oakley. he wasn't home at the time, but chp officers arrested him later after he was involved in a crash in a stolen car. >> san francisco's police commission met to once again trying to figure out where the city's officers should be armed with tasers. >> the latest major police department in the country that does not use tasers, the last. in large part due to strong community opposition. here's lilian kim. >> this is about the science of tasers. >> the san francisco police commission has heard the taser arguments before. this time, though, they heard it directly from their newly sworn-in chief, william scott. >> i do believe that we can minimize and reduce officer injuries and more importantly injuries to our residents. >> but there's a lot to consider, including the price
tag. a retired police officer who oversaw taser program in oakland says it can cost up to $10,000 per officer for equipment and training. what's more, he says the tasers didn't work about 15% of the time. >> the biggest issue was in their view, it's not reliae enough. i can't rely on it. i can't step into that pocket of 7o 15 feet and know it's going to work. >> the most emotional presentation, a kansas city police officer who addressed the commission by phone. he recounted how his son nearly died after a cop from a neighboring town tased him for 23 seconds, four times longer than what officers are supposed to do, bryce now has permanent brain damage. >> the officer who did this is serving four years in federal prison. his family was devastated and my advice is don't let my story become your story. >> two meetings are scheduled before the police commission take a vote later this summer. lilian kim, abc 7 news. >> 5:07. happening today, republican senators plan to release a draft of their health care plan.
last night, president trump rallied supporters in iowa. he said he's urged san antonena republicans to add more money to the bill that's bee criticized because it hasn't been shown to many members of congress. matthew dowd talked about why republicans have been so secretive about their plan. >> you're having secrecy because they're doing something the american people don't want. it's as if you walk in your living room and your kids are trying to hide something under the cushion, you know they did something wrong. i think that's a real problem. >> the proposal does include cuts and changes to medicaid. it also gets rid of tax increases that helped pay for expanded coverage and ends the penalty people have to pay when they fail to get health insurance. the senate hopes to hold a vote next week. >> up in the sierra, an endless winter is giving skiers and snowboarders a chance to set records. the slopes are still covered in snow. mammoth is celebrang one of its longest seasonsever. the resort is planning to continue to operate every day
into august. further south, squaw valley is open on weekends with 147 inches at the summit. check this out. we had some flooding yesterday. yeah. it was all due to the high tides. and they are going to be highest at night. this is at the park in mill valley last night. at one point, there was at least one inch of water along northbound 101. crews had to block off the stinson beach exit for flooding there. tonight, high tide will be arund midnight. expect this to happen again as the levels are nearing king tide levels that we usually have in the winter. let's take a look at what's going on. know the signs. simply, i may have told you this yesterday. i'm sorry if this is a repeat, but it's that serious. if you weren't with us yesterday, that's another reason why i'm doing it. heat exhaustion, pale skin, sweaty at least. you still don't feel good, but at least you're sweating. move inside. drink some water. heat stroke, completely
different. you're not sweating. you're naushiated, you're dizzy. you have a high body temperature. it's a dangerous to deadly situation. that's why you have to call 911. know the difference today. check this out, still in the 80s in antioch and brentwood. i feel for you right there. 70s throughout the san ramon valley out to livermore. 68 in concord. 67 in pleasant hill. we have mid 60s around the bay shore. 70 in san jose. 57 in san francisco. here's a look at the golden gate brge. let's talk about beating the heat today. take it seriously. find some water,ome shade, exercising, doing it in the morning or on the water. if you're going to the beaches, the sun can't be stronger than it is today. and look at these temperatures. 68 at bodada bay. 69 at half moon bay to 79 at santa cruz. the water temperature, if you dare get in, is 55. >> guess whose parking spot at work floods every time we have the high tide approaching king
tide? yeah, me. i have wet feet as i hiked into work. we're doing okay on the roads. one new issue in the south bay, so the on ramp to northbound 880, that's currently blocked. we have a roll-over vehicle, a crash on its side. but according to chp, that person is okay. we don't have injuries involved. that's good news. quick check of drive times. westbound 580 tracy to dublin, 36 minutes. westbound 4 antioch to concord, 15. and southbound 101 san rafael to san francisco looks great at 17 minutes. we'll take a closer look at the bay bridge commute up next. >> thank you. oakland mayor libby schaaf is responding to a review, and the city's police scandal.bout >> no more plastic. >> no more plastic. the bay a
a massage therapist has been arrested on charges of sexual assault. 51-year-old monterey resident is accused of touching one of his clients inappropriately during a massage. the incident occurred tuesday at the four seasons foot spa on park place. individuals possessing any information regarding the suspect or business have been asked to contact the san mateo county sheriff's office. >> more details coming out from this week's 50-page report on the ghost ship fire in oakland. the report included photographs showing the before and after images from the warehouse. one survivor said he fell through a window and dropped one story to the ground. no one else made it out the window. one victim was found just ten
feet from the front door buried under debris. seven buddies were found clustered near a couch upstairs. eight others were found wrapped in a rug. they dropped from the second floor when it collapsed in the inferno. all 36 people died of smoke inhalati inhalation. oakland city leaders are responded after a review found the oakland police department's top brass mishandled a sex scandal involving dozens of its officers. the review by court pointed attorneys determined they did not act quickly enough and spent only a week on the investigation. the report also found that they did not take the victim, jasmine abuslin, seriously enough and interviewed her only one time. the mayor responded last night. >> this report is also about holding ourselves accountable, to continue to improve our processes, to insure that this type of mistake never happens again. >> 12 officers were disciplined
and four were terminated following the city's investigation. santa rosa police say this is the face of a man who sexually assaulted a woman. she was walking from her car to her home a couple weeks ago when a man pushed her against the wall, tried to grab her purse, and grobed her. she kicked him in the groin and he ran off. $2500 reward is offered for information leading to this man's arrest and conviction. alameda looking for new ways for its restaurants to go green while saving some green. this week, the alameda city council began working on an ordinance that would require all to-go food containers to be compostable. why am i having such trouble with that word? compostable. that includes plastic utensils, cups and lids, straws would only be provided by customer requt, which means savings for the restaurants and environment. >> now to a story only on abc 7. record enrollment at san jose state has left the school with a housing crisis. abc 7 news was at the
university. thousands of students are expected to enroll. 25% more than officials had planned for, meaning potential classroom issues. right now, the school diz not have enough housing. the mother of an incoming freshman says they now have to look for off campus housing. >> we would have committed to where we knew she would have guaranteed housing. which was a big issue for us. >> more than 1400 students, half of them freshman, are currently on a waiting list for on-campus housing. >> bay area bike sharing programs are exploding in popularity. our media partner the marin ij said both counties are loking for a grant. officials say the bikes would make it easier to get to and from local rail stations. the grant would be used to buy about 180 bicycles and install all the infrastructure. >> well, a rough day to be outside today. >> not a day to go biking, and if you are going to cycle, you need to do it right now. >> yes, right now, while it's comfortable and the air is
clean. look at palm springs. i have been following that, if you have been following me on twitter, a hot topic. 116, literally, is not a record high toy. 119 is. so the string of at least tying record highs three days in a row, gone. fresno, 109, record high. redding, 112, record high, and in tahoe, 86, and this will be the fifth out of the last six days with a record high temperature in lake tahoe, and they still have all that snow in the mountains. here's a look at san rafael. pretty clean right here. for us, near record warmth. poor air quality, number one accuweather highlight, better sleeping starts tonight, especially closer to the coast and bay. you can head outside this weekend and not have to worry about the heat, but the strong sunshine will still be there. daly city, 68. the cool spot. downtown san francisco, 81. about 76 in the mission, if we're lucky. i bet it will be a little warmer. 88 in oakland. warm there to hot hayward, richmond, san leandro, 91.
fremont and castro valley, 95. on the peninsula today, hot spots everywhere. palo alto, 93. redwood city, 95. about 69 in half moon bay. triple digits in parts of the south bay, especially gilroy and los gatos. 103 and 101. 97 in san jose. in the north bay, wilting heat. temperatures reaching 100, napa, sonoma, and also santa rosa, and our final spot where we haven't really dropped out of the 100s, we'll be anywhere from 103 to 108. be careful what you touch when it's that hot in concord. trust me, i know. here's a look at friday's temperatures. we'll be close to 100 in the east bay valleys. saturday, 60s, 70s, and 80s mainly by the time we get to sunday. it will almost feel like fall. alexis. >> i think we're going to be ready for it at that point. checking outside on the roads. no metering lights yet for the bay bridge, but i would say likely going t be flipped on
any minute. we're starting to fill in, especially in the cash lanes. up the middle still looks okay for a couple more minutes. mostly green still on the traffic maps this morning. we really haven't had a ton of significant issues. just kind of a lot of smaller ones popping up including this new one, westbound 580. if you're leaving the central valley trying to get to the altamont pass, tough news. a new collision blocking the left lane. doesn't sound too serious. two vehicles, no injuries, but down to 17 miles per hour on 205 and 19 around the crash scene on 580. it's a spare the air day. we'll talk more about that coming up next. an update on a story we first brought you yesterday at the live desk. britain's prince philip is out of the hospital this morning. buckingham palace confirms he was released overnight. he was treated for an infection and admitted as a precaution. the prince is reportedly in good spirits right now. natasha. >> all right, thank you.
the alameda county district attorney's office wants parents to ask a somewhat uncomfortable question when kids go on play dates. >> is there a gun in that home? and is that gun locked up? >> public awareness campaign to stop accidental shootings. the government estimates children are shot every day in gun accidents. joining the lock it up campaign is a father whose son was accidentally killed at a friend's house. >> he took the gun back to the bedroom where my son was, walked in the door, and pulled the trigger, expecting to hear just a click. the bullet that was still hidden in the chamber of the gun went through his heart. >> the government report estimates that 1 in 3 homes with children has a gun. in today's gma first look, new mexico's top cop is pleading with an art dealer to end his treasure hunt after two people died in a quest to find it. >> here's clayton sandell. >> in this morning's "gma" first look, people are literally dying
to find hidden treasure, and now new mexico's top cop wants that to end. the new mexico art dialer claims he's hidden a chest full of jewels, gold nuggets and rare coins worth millions somewhere in the rocky mou all the clues in his 2010 -- but all the clues in his 2010 -- but now a second treasure hunt people are putting their lives at risk trying to find it, they're looking in the wrong place. he says i have given a lot of thought about ending the search, but i am not sure what that would accomplish. what he now says he'll do to help. with your "gma" first look, i'm clayton sandell. >> coming up next, the seven things you need to know as your start your day. >> the move san francisco lawmakers are making. lawmakers are making. >> plus,
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welcome back. 5:24. the seven things we think you should know. number one right now is breaking news from our live desk. two people dead after a shooting overnight in brentwood. an investigation is happening at birch and 1st. police say the shooting started as an argument between the two victims and a third man. >> number two, it continues to be this unrelenting heat. let me show you the temperatures today. we're anywhere from 13 to 20 degrees above average. now, if you have been with us a long time, you know i put an asterisk to the high i think will be a record, you don't see any, it's still going to be hot though. >> number three, the heat is forcing the cancellation of today's horse racing at the alameda county fair. some rides may be closed because of the heat, too. >> number four, tropical storm cindy has made landfall this morning in southwestern louisiana. a wide area along the gulf coast from texas to florida is being
effected by the storm. >> number five, it is a spare the air day today, so a great day to use mass transit, and so far, so good. no delays. 45 b.a.r.t. trains in service. ace is on time. bring the shades. you'll need them. a lot of glare off the water, but everything with san francisco bay ferry looks great too. >> number six, the berkley police and fire departments will be training on the berkley high school campus today. the community should not be alarmed by the sound of simulated gunfire. >> virgin mobile is becoming the first iphone only carrier. to kick off the change, it's offering a limited time promotion for a year's worth of unlimited talk, text, and data for just one dollar. >> tonight, abc is debuting a new show trying to find undiscovered young talent and putting them together to form the next big boy band. >> one of those undiscovered artists is sergio calderon from redwood city. ♪
♪ i know i let you down is it too late to say sorry now ♪ >> the backwards cap, the strumming. >> oh, to be young again. >> sergio is going to be one of thousands auditioning. eventually, the selected few of whom will make a final band. they're going to get a recording contract. you can watch sergio's journey starting tonight at 8:00 right here on abc 7. i can totally see you in a boy band. i can see it. i can see it, matt. >> the hair, not the voice. >> we're coming back with another full 90 minutes of news including the close call for three boaters on the bay. what coast guard rescuers say they did wrong. >> also, leveling the salary playing field. the questions employers may soon be banned from asking both men and women. fwl plus, we continue tracking fwl plus, we continue tracking the
let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. >> wouldn't you like to be here today? we drove you to the north bay where people are finding relief from the heat at johnson's beach. >> we haven't felt the worst of it yet, isn't that right, meteorologist mike nicco? >> that is correct. did you say that with bated breath? didn't sound like it. good morning, everybody. everybody is asking carl the fog, why did you leave? enjoyed your cooling powers yesterday. we'll enjoy them tomorrow. notice, there's no clouds and hardly any wind this morning. our camera, hazy, because spare the air day. right now, air quality is good. it will get poor later this afternoon. 12-hour day planner, 57 to 72. it's significantly warmer this morning. nearing 100 inlnt by noon. we'll be there at 4:00. in the mid 80s to near 90 around the bay. and the bottom line, that's the coast. mid to upper 60s this afternoon. hey, sue -- god, i did it again.
>> have i been gone that often, you forgot my name? >> we didn't see each other for two and a half weeks. >> i'll just call you drew for the rest of the morning. that's all right. we do have one problem in the south bay. the on ramp to northbound 880 is still closed due to a roll-over crash. doesn't sound too serious. the driver is out and okay. they're calling for a tow truck. in the meantime, we do have the bay bridge metering lights on. that happens at 5:26. so things are filling in as usual there. we have one slowdown out of the central valley. we'll look at that next. >> alexis thank you. >> the heat has turned deadly in the south bay. santa clara county has confirmed at least two people died this week from heat-related illnesses. >> the victims are a 72-year-old man and an 87-year-old woman. the man died in a car and was homeless. the woman chanced by gardening in the heat. >> they have set up cooling centers in libraries, senior centers and other locations in
the county. we have lists of the locations on our website, abc7news.com. >> we're no longer under a flex alert this morning but we're still urged to conserve this morning. it will peak again starting at 5:00 p.m. this evening. the concern is that if too many people use electricity, it may cause power outages. pg&e still dealing with scattered outages throughout the bay area. >> quick action in the scorching heat from firefighters have stopped fires from getting out of control. chp closed mckee road on ramp to 101 for a while. the flames did not spread to nearby buildings. >> you can track the temperatures where you live with the abc 7 >> we want to get back to the breaking nows we're tracking in brentwood. two people dead after a shooting
overnight. abc 7 news reporter tiffany wilson is at the scene. she has more. >> still a very active investigation, as you can see behind me. the brentwood police and contra costa sheriff's deputies are on scene. police say the shooting started at some sort of argument between two men and another person who lives on birch. that argument escalated into a shooting, and police responded at 11:14 last night. when officers arrived, they found two men with gunshot wounds. they were later pronounced dead at the scene. tarps appear to surround their bodies. one is in front of a house. another is in the middle of the intersection behind me. >> preliminary information revealed that there was some type of altercation that took place between the two males found dead. and a resident on this block. and the resident was confirmed to be one of the shooters.
>> the resident is in police custody and investigators are interviewing him right now. police have not determined but they don't think this was a random act. police say there is no threat to the public. as you can see, there are several blocks of birch that are taped off right now, as the investigation continues. and as we wait for the coroner to arrive. live in brentwood, tiffany wilsons, abc 7 news. >> new this morning, one person is in the hospital with serious injuries after a roll-over crash in san jose. this happened near curtner and union shortly after midnight. one car ended up upside down. police say when they arrived, only one person was there. the other driver reportedly left the scene and came back later. that second person is being questioned now. trying to determine if alcohol or speed played a role. >> gulf coast residents are keeping a watchful eye on tropical storm cindy after it made landfall in louisiana early this morning. this is a picture of the surf in
biloxi, mississippi, right now. there are tornado warnings there as well as louisiana, florida, and alabama. the u.s. national hurricane center says the sustained winds have decreased to about 40 miles per hour. weakening over the next two days. the storm is already blamed for at least one death. a 10ear-old boy was killed on an alabama beach when he was killed by a log tt washed ashore. >> i want to chump in because officials have just confirmed a second death. one person found dead inside a car on the beach during a storm. abc reporting that emergency responders went to a beach in texas after a stranded car, they rescued one person and also found someone dead inside the vehicle. not clear how the person died, why the car was on the beach during the storm, but right now, there is an investigation being launched. back to you. >> thank you, jessica. three men are recovering after a scary afternoon in the san francisco bay. their sailboat capsized in the bay yesterday afternoon just
east of the golden gate bridge. this video you'll see only on abc 7 news. a commuter ferry tried to rescue all the boaters but only one was able to make it onboard. eventually the coast guard got on the scene and rescued the other two. coast guard said the three men did not take proper safety precautions. >> our biggest message we can send is please wear your life jackets and wear proper clothing because the bay water is usually much colder than the air temperature. >> the men were wearing wet suits and suffered mild hypothermia. they're expected to be okay. >> 5:36 now. san francisco may be one step closer to closing the gender gap. legislation that would prohibit employers for asking for past salary information during the hiring process sailed thrgh committee yesterday. the ordinanceims to level the playing field for women t negotiate higher salaries. according to the u.s. census bureau,womanen in san francisco make 84 cents for every dollar earned by a man. supervisors will consider the proposal next tuesday. happening today in the south
bay, mayor sam liccardo and community leaders will announce a special hotline. the rapid response network is developed to help protect immigrant families from deportation threats from the federal administration. 24/7 hotline is also designed to provide support during and after immigration operations. the announcement is scheduled at 11:30 a.m. at the community center in san jose. >> happening today, senate republicans expected to release a draft of their bill. the bill has largely been prepared in secret ahead of an expected vote next week. huge cuts to health care for low income americans like medicaid are expected. according to the congressional budget office, there house version would cut over $800 billion in the next ten years. happening today, residents of san francisco's visitation valley are planning a protest to keep marijuana dispensaries out of their neighborhood. this afternoon, the sf planning commission will hold a hearing
on the gement of a dispensary off bay shore boulevard. opponents say it's in close proximity to youth care services. >> almost $4 million in fema disast funds is now available to help oakland recover from winter storms. the main which backs up with water is on the storm fix list. the money will also help oakland repair damaged streets. federal disasters were declared for the january and february storms. city says repairs are complete at just two of 18 storm damaged locations. total cost for storm repairs is expected to be around $5 million. all right, here's the latest on our heat advisories and excessive heat warnings. i want to show you, it's not shaded. the entire city not under heat advisory even though we'll hit the 80s in some spots today. the rest of the san francisco bay shore line. you can see the south bay, the north bay, in orange.
you're under advisory. you're going to be in the mid 90s to near 100. the areas in red, excessive heat warning because you will be warmer than 100 today. that's where it's going to be most dangerous. that will last until 9:00 this evening. here's the big difference. remember yesterday? oh, it felt so good outside. it was comfortable. it was in the 50s. we're anywhere from 4 to 17 degrees warmer, so we're starting up higher, and that just leads to higher temperatures in the afternoon hours. 59 in petaluma. your high today is going to be 100. you're going to jump about 40 degree s today. let's take a look at some of the other temperatures. san francisco, 57. san jose, 70. look at 86 in brentwood. people get no relief whatsoever from the heat. san ramon, about 69. let's take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza and talk about your commute planner. going to be mild near the coast to hot inland if you're taking mass tranced. on the water, just watch out for
the blinding sunshine. polarized sunglasses are great for that. you don't want your car to break down. where temperatures will hit 81 in san francisco, 97 in san jose. 100 in petaluma. 107 in antioch and 106 in livermore. stop tmadnes drop tomorrow, 76 in san francisco, look at this, back to average by saturday. 64 in san francisco to 91 in antio antioch. here's alexis. >> good morning. we haven't had any too big of issues so far this morning. we have one starting to be a problem in the tracy area. before you get to grant line road, we have a collision blocking the far left lane. two vehicles involved, no injuries. one vehicle made it off to the center divide and one is still blocking the lane. things are pretty slow as you leave tracy. 17 miles per hour on 205 up to 21 miles per hour near the crash scene. hopefully we'll get it cleared
out of the way soon. as mike has been saying, no marine layer today. yesterday, when we checked out the golden gate bridge camera, we were socked in. we had visibility issues. yeah, you can tell it's going to be quite a bit warmer today as well. we'll look at drive times so far, looking decent. that's coming up at 5:50. >> thanks, alexis. >> we're learning new details from a juror in bill cosby's sex assault trial. he's revealing details about what happens during deliberations. deliberations. >> the last day of t
now breaking news from the abc 7 live desk. >> welcome back. take a look, we're tracking breaking news in san jose. police activity surrounding this place called rafah hydroponics. we just saw seconds ago more police get to the scene. you see that officer there getting ready, heavily armed right now. and police are calling for a person to come out of the building right now. that's according to our photographer there on scene. a person taking into custody just a few minutes ago as well, according to our photographer. we know that there are ambulances parked outside of the scene. they also have canine units. a very active scene they're working. we're trying to get more
information on what's happening, how many people may be inside. as soon as we get additional information, i'll pass that along. i'll keep watching the live images. >> thanks, jessica. >> happening now, family and friends paying last respects to auto waum warmbier. he died days after north korea released him frauz prison in a coma. his family declined an autopsy. friends say they remember otto as extremely passionate, loving. the service will be open to the public. >> we have new developments in bill cosby's sexual assault mistrial. one juror is speaking only to abc news. nat juror says two jurors prevented a guilty verdict. the juror describes the experience as grueling and emotional. one person even punched a wall. the juror says ten of the 12 jurors agreed cosby was guilty of two of the three counts
against him, having a sexual encounter with the accuser without her consent and getting her drugs without her knowledge. but the juror says they were all near acquittal on one count, that she was unconscious during the event. prosecutors say they plan to retry the case. >> a motorcyclist faces charges for driving through a group of demonstrators in san francisco. protesters captured it all on camera. people rallying against president trump's health care plan when it happened yesterday. protesters shared this video with us. the group rushed out of the way and no one was hurt. the man started driving toward the group again, but police managed to stop and arrest him. demonstrators say the near miss shook them up but will not stop them from future protests. >> president trump defended his record in iowa last night, speaking at a campaign rally spare for over an hour. he called the russia probe a witch hunt. he reiterated his desire for a border wall and immigration reform. he also made a comment about
wilbur ross' presence at the rally. >> le all people. rich or poor. but in those particular positions, i just don't want a poor person. does that make sense? >> trump also attacked the media and blasted his opponents as, quote, unbelievably nasty. a group of protesters was escorted out by police. >> golden gate bridge officials are set to vote on a plan to close all northbound lanes during the san francisco marathon. the proposal is the result of the london bridge terror attack where a man drove a vehicle into a crowd of people. during previous races, the bridge allowed traffic on southbound lanes and left one northbound lane open. under the plan, the bridge district says all northbound lanes will be closed from 6:00 to 9:00 a.m. on sunday, july 23rd. >> we estimated there are about 4500 vehicles that cross the bridge during that time, so that is a smaller number than the 15,000 people registered to run for the marathon. >> golden gate transit buses will be anowed to travel
northbound. they'll be accompanied by security vehicles. >> the flower children who lived through the summer of love 50 years ago returned to golden gate park for a special celebration. last night, a free concert drew hundreds back to sf. it featured 40 legendary musicians and plenty of nostalgia. >> 50 years later welcoming people back to golden gate park to create a connection between past and present. >> i was always interested because i grew up in marin. i started going on peace marches against the vietnam war when i was 14. >> what do you miss most about it? >> the acid. >> dancing is always fun, and take a look, really cool light show projected on the conservato conservatory. >> people are not the only ones suffering in this heat. you know, it's really affecting the animals too and they need a way to keep cool. >> the south american has his own private pool to relax in in
san jose. since they can't sweat, the macaws get misted with water to help them handle the heat. zoo keepers monitor the animals very closely on hot days. they freeze fruit, meal worms or for the carnivores, blood, to make chilled treats for the animals to enjoy. there's the jaguar. >> jaguar does not look like a fan of children, and a blood popsicle, i'm desperate to escape the heat, but there is a limit, mike nicco. >> when you're handing the bag of cold blood over, watch your hand. >> natasha, foodie, won't go for that. >> not the blood popsicle. >> fair enough. i just tweeted eight ways you can help keep your pets cooler during this heat wave. i also put it on facebook. so go check that out if you need to. let's take a look at live doppler 7. it's clear and bone dry. this is where we start. kind of hazy this morning. no marine layer of clouds. we're getting all the sunshine we can take today. that's hot, hot, hot
temperatures. unhealthy air. so far, we haven't exceeding any unhealthy threshold, so you guys have been doing a good job. keep it up today. easing begins tomorrow. almost average by sunday. in the south bay, look what sticks out. 101 in los gas oat. 97, san jose, nothing to be shy about. 92 in milpitas. 79 in santa cruz. a spread from 84 in millbrae to 95 in peninsula is baking toda. upper 60s to 70s on the coast. stenson beach, 70 today. san rafael, 96. petaluma, sonoma, napa, calistoga, santa rosa, cloverdale, all of them going to be hot. upper 80s around berkley, and oakland, a cool spot along the east bay shore. everybody else, 95 degrees. so what, right? we're going to be in the 100s again in the east bay valley.
it's very serious because if you're outside for any length of time, your body is breaking down because of the excessive heat we have been dealing with. mid 50s to low 70s tonight. a little cooler. you can see the marine layer along the coast that's going to bring cooling to the coast and bay. it will start to hit inland neighborhoods saturday. sunday is a real refreshing day, and parts of next week, maybe cooler than average. >> good morning. we will be ready for that. and so far, it's been a pretty quiet morning on the roads. we want to take you back to the south bay where we had this issue for close to an hour. we still have the on-ramp to northbound 880 closed. solo vehicle rollover crash. that vehicle on its side. hopefully that will repen soon. the main lanes are looking okay and no injuries to the driver either. really lucky for him this morning. bay bridge toll plaza, you are filling in. once you make it past the toll booths, we have a new two-car crash that sounds minor. they have already made it off to the shoulder. that won't be a blocking issue for you. we'll take a look at the drive
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yesterday. javale mcgee stopped by to prticipate in the hospital's tv show. kids asked javale about his height, his cat, and softball. >> i thought you played basketball, not softball last time i checked. >> this is true. actually a fact. this one is for my charity, which we take, we build water wells in uganda. >> what a good guy, right? he's hosting a softball tournament saturday at the coliseum. kevin nt, marshawn lynch, and rapper g-easy are expected to play. what a good guy, huh, mike? >> great team overall. they do so much for the community. i wish the rest of the country would realize that, quit hating. sutro tower, already looks hot and the air quality looks poor. but it's not. it's good, but later today, the east bay valleys and santa clara valley could have poor air quality. this day has three seconds less sunshine that yesterday. it's not going to matter. 94 at 11:00 when the county fair
opens. 103 at 3:00. get ready for low to mid 80s at the coliseum this afternoon. first pitch, 12:35. >> taking a look at the roads overall, doing mostly okay right now. i want to look ahead to this weekend. we have nascar coming to town on sunday. the entire weekend here, sonoma raceway. the save mart 350 and gates will open 10:00 a.m. saturday, and sunday, of course, the main event at 7:00 a.m. state route 37 whether you're coming from vallejo or the 101 side, it's going to be a mess, also pride events all throughout the weekend. we'll take a look at one new crash in south san francisco coming up. >> a family making big plans for when a little boy comes home to continue recovering from a double lung transplant. his big sister had the same life-saving surgery three years ago. abc 7 news was at stanford where doris and david met with one of their doctors yesterday. both siblings needed lung transplants because of cystic
fiporosis. 11-year-old doris had her surgery in 2014. 9-year-old david continues to recover after receiving his new lungs three months ago. >> how d you feel today? >>uch more better than i used to. to. >> thank you to the doctors less than 50 worldwide were performed last year. >> caltrain is gearing up for multimillion dollar changes. the bells and whistles and how you can weigh in on the plan. >> fire updates, cooling centers and protecting your pets. everybody you need to know about the heat wave finale. >> just got an update on a shooting in san jose that happened overnight. plus, watching international news. just getting word of a major earthquake off the guatemalan kwoes. i'll have those stories next. should san francisco police
good morning. we can already feel the heat on this thursday, june 22nd. i'm natasha. >> and i'm matt keller, in for reggie. thank you, mike. i'm bringing the heat today. >> i don't know. i didn't mean to interrupt. >> a bromance going on right here. >> mike, i appreciate you say i'm bringing t heat. really it's you, and today is really the last day you're bringing the heat. >> today is the last day. possibility we'll be in the upper 90s tomorrow in the east bay valleys, but today is the last day of widespread 100s. the reason why, no marine layer. no breeze this morning as you can see on live doppler 7. just hazy sunshine from our east bay hills. 7:00, at 57 to about 72 degrees. we'll be in the mid to upper 60s at the