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let's start with the cloudiness. a little mist out there. and haven't see much in the way of fog, at least visibilities that would constitute fog less than a mile. from sutro tower, the cloud layer making a run to the east. a look at the 12-hour day planner. the top numbers inland. 60 this morning, 85 to 94 at 4:00. 74 to 78 around the bay and 61 at the coast. we'll talk about the heat when it gets to urneighborhoods coming up next. >> i actually have good news i want to give you for the north bay commute. it really was not causing as much of a delay, but we had a sig alert on northbound 101. all lanes did open up just a few minutes ago. we had the three right lanes blocked for the last hour due to a crash. the toll plaza metering lights are on. they have been on since 5:31 this morning. normal backup through the maze. we have a couple hot spots. southbound 680 into benicia, and southbound 880 pass 92.
>> those are pretty scary stuff. a warning as you're getting your morning cup of coffee today. starbucks is telling customers to be on alert. >> this is crazy to me. it comes as a customer at starbucks in alameda victims of a strong-arm robbery for the second time in less than two weeks. the latest attack on saturday night at this starbucks loekd on atlantic avenue. a cartoon animator was sitting there working on his latest project when four people in hoodies burst through the front door. >> they start headed right toward me. and i just couldn't believe it was happening. then suddenly, he just grabs my laptop right out of my hand, knocks the drink over, and he's out the door with it. i have to start over, get new software, i have to get a new computer. and i think starbucks owes me that. >> on july 18th, two customers got their laptops stolen in front of this starbucks in alameda. starbucks says it's working with local authorities on both investigations, adding the safety of customers and
employees is top priority. >> two bay area men are facing uncertain futures. the undocumented men were arrested by immigration agents thursday in hayward. they're held for deportation. the men both have american-born children and have lived in the u.s. for more than a decade. two other men were picked up in may. the marin ij reports one of the men's attorneys blames the policies of the trump administration for i.c.e.'s crackdown. >> nancy pelosi believes president trump is taking the wrong approach when it comes to his effort to repeal obamacare. the president indicated he's ready to cut off payments to insurance companies beginning tomorrow. certain parts of the health care system could collapse if the payments stop. mr. trump has also said the senate should once again focus on repealing and replacing the affordable care act. the repeal bill failed last week. california senator dianne feinstein says the president
faces major opposition to the idea high might fire jeff sessions and robert mueller. feinstein on cbs's "face the nation" responded to the suggestion mr. trump might move the attorney general to head the department of homeland security. if he does, that would clear the way for the president to replace the attorney general and unlike mr. sessions who has recused himself, the new a.g. could fire robert mueller who is spearheading the fbi's russia investigation. >> i think there has been sufficient opposition for the president not to do so unless of course what he really intends is to end up firing mueller. which could well be the beginning of the end of his presidency. >> senator feinstein also addressed north korea's development of intercontinental ballistic missiles. she said it's a clear and present danger to the u.s. and points out the danger of isolating a country. >> a couple in concord used
their camera to fight crime. when a man pointed their gun at him, they took his picture. they posted pictures of his car and the illegal gun found inside. the couple was headed to the store on saturday, when clinton drove by and aimed his weapon at them. ivestigators arrested them thanks to the photos. officers say they do not suggest you putting yourself in harm's way to get a snapshot. >> an investigation is under way to find a gunman who shot a tourist in turks and caicos. when mike jones and his family returned to their beachfront property, two masked men forced their way in, shooting him. he confronted one of the intruders who shot him. the gunmen got away with only a laptop. >> you come here, don't automatically assume that nothing can happen to you. because we have criminals. sglo jones was transferred to a hospital in south florida where he's now stable.
meanwhile, officials insist turks and caicos is safe. the state department has not issued any advisories for american travelers. do have a heads-up for commuters. big changes coming for people who use the alameda harbor bay ferry terminal. >> these are parking changes. when these were announced, a lot of people weren't so happy. tiffally wilson is here to explain it. >> yes, and we expect to hear more of that frustration as commuters arrive for the 6:30 ferry this morning. parking spaces are going to be a hot commodity starting tomorrow. that is because today is the last day that harbor bay ferry riders can park in nearby neighborhoods. starting tomorrow, august 1st, drivers will need a permit to park for longer than four hours. now, there are 250 spaces available at the terminal parking lot, but that is not enough to meet demand. on week days, about 100 cars park on nearby streets. local neighborhoods got fed up with the inconvenience of commuters on their streets all day long, so they approved a new
permit parking program back in february that goes into effect tomorrow. only cars with a permit can park for longer than four hours. so that means somebody who's going into the city for a full day of work could come home to find a parking ticket tacked to their windshield. ferry officials want to emphasize there are four other ways to get to the ferry. a free bus, ac transit line 21. you can also bike, walk, or get dropped off. but you can expect a lot of people will be getting here much earlier starting tomorrow. live in alameda, tiffany wilson, abc 7 newses. >> thank you. possible relief for bay area residents tormented by the sound of airport noise over the years, especially right along the peninsula. the faa is considering several ways to reduce noise created by planes flying into sfo. the chronicle obtained a copy of the report. it outlined several possible solutions including a new flight path for incoming planes.
the route would enable aircraft to descend in a quieter idle power setting. the faa says it's also still evaluating other ideas from the public. >> one couple goes to unusual lengths to put out a grass fire. chances are you have never seen video like we're about to show you. >> plus, new images and details released for san francisco's first floating fire station. >> what congress is asking for after a study linked health issues with fast food packaging. >> thanks for being up with us. you're going to be hanging out in here. so if you need anything, text me. do you play? ♪ ♪
i thought we'd start with the peninsula. on the coast, 53 to 55. on the bay side, 58 to about 61. let's look at the rest of our neighborhoods. about 55 in santa rosa to 63 in antioch. here's a look at the bay from the explor atorium at pier 15. strong sunshine if you're out exercising. if you're on the bay, breezy north of the bay bridge. a look at walnut creek, one of those areas that could have poor air quality wednesday. today and tomorrow, we'll all be below spare the air levels.
so breathe easy the next couple days. okay, i bet you would like an update on some of the hot spots. i have just the person for you. >> we have a couple for you this morning, too. this one we have been following for over an hour, maybe an hour and a half at this point. southbound 680. we had two crashes near lake herman road. started off with a roll-over and then a secondary crash after that one had cleared. just some residual delays that will not go away. you're jammed all the way up to 80 in cordelia. about 30 minutes between 80 and 680 if you're taking that stretch, it will save you about 23 minutes if you want to take 798 across the benicia bridge. it's a bit of a time saver. southbound 880 at tennyson road, still have the two middle lanes blocked. sounds like we're really close to clearing that. you're jammed solid into san lorenzo. next traffic update at 6:20. >> thanks. new developments on a move to change the wrappers to cover our food. chuck schumer is asking the food
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at the live desk, we're learning more about a chilling brand-new approach of terrorists in australia to take down a passenger jet. the immediate fallout from the plot is increased security at airports and lines of passengers stretched from inside to outside the terminals at sydney airport now. some australian news outlets report the plot involved making a bomb out of a kitchen device to create poison gas. >> never seen this before, so apparently the australian police seized something like a meat mincer about the size of a bread loaf. you would think, is this a binary weapon, two chemicals that would get mixed together, which is complex, sort of a gas canister? >> as you heard, the use of gas is an entirely new approach from terrorists. four men have been arrested.
two fathers and their two sons. >> flying can be stressful for some. here's an alarming reason it's getting worse. tsa discovered a record number of guns in carry-on bags across the nation. from july 10th to the 16th, the agency found kwoun guns in bags. these are just some of the firearms their seized. the previous record of 82 guns was set in may. travelers bringing firearms through security could be arrested and fined up to $11,000. >> we're getting a look at what san francisco's first ever floating fire station is going to look like. this 16,000 quer foot two-story extension is going to sit behind firehouse 35 along the embarcadero. city planners say the new addition will be climate change proof and seismically safe. construction will begin in 2014. the $40 million firehouse should be floated to its new home in 2021. >> a fresno woman survived a risky pregnancy thanks to
miracle blood donors. baby nora was born happy and healthy. her mom has a rare medical condition that caused massive blood loss before and during abemergency c-section in june. julie was 32 weeks pregnant when she was flown to san francisco for emergency treatment. it took 32 pienlts of blood during 9 1/2 hours of surgery to keep her alive. she's now focused on making a full recovery along with her newborn who came six weeks early. we all heard about the laws that forbid texting while driving. now, it will soon be illegal to text while crossing the street in honolulu. this marks america's first law to ban texting or looking at your phone or other electronic device while walking across the road. the law goes into effect on august 25th. fines range from $15 to $35 for a first offense. up to $99 for a third offense. want to tell you we had a fun day over the weekend. we wunlt to the winchester mystery house.
there's a movie coming out soon that was filmed at the winchester house in san jose. helen mirren is going to play the lead. that's me. i had to wear a hard hat throughout the whole thing because i'm so tall. the house is made up of these small spaces. >> they were really worried about your bonking your head. >> i was worried because i hit it twice. they're like, put this on. then we all had to put them on because we did the extended tour that takes you to the attic. it was a good time. >> looks like a fun >> sarah winchester was 4'10". it was built to her scale. it was fun. i was hoping to feel or experience a paranormal experience. >> what happened? >> i did not. but our tour guide, jacob williams, who is one of their marketing managers says he has twice, and he's only been there a year. >> vested interest, but i see what you're saying. >> natasha. i ain't fraid of no ghosts.
>> i hope everybody gets a chance to see that some time. let's look at what's going on outside. carl the fog out there, feeling kind of gray, but look at that sunshine going to turn him a nice shade of pink in the next few minutes. warmer today. tonight, partly cloudy and comfy and our extended early heat decreases. here's the heat for today. mid to upper 90s in our inland east bay neighborhoods. air conditioning is running again. in the north bay, the farther you are away from the bay because it will be breezy, the warmer you're going to be. santa rosa, 88. napa, 88. sonoma, 84. vallejo, cooler at 84. sausalito, 70. in the south bay, warmer than average. becoming warm to hot with 88 in san jose. morgan hill and gilroy and los gatos, stick out, low to mid 90s. sunnyvale, 85. on the peninsula today, 79. to about 83 in redwood city. on the coast side, half moon bay and pacifica, 64 and 67. over along the east bay shore, pretty nice today.
75 in oakland. hayward, 78. berkeley, 74. gets a little uncomfortable in union city, 82. san francisco, 69 degrees. south san francisco, 73. the sunset in daly city, about 62 and 64. want to let you know, we still have beach hazards if yo helding there for beach relief. most likely to get hit with sneaker waves and rip currents. hottest tomorrow and then we drop a few degrees but stay warm through friday. we'll be back closer to average by saturday and sunday. let's get a check with alexis. finds out what going on. >> quite a few more people on the roads than last friday. volumes are heavier and a lot of incidents, too. good news in the last few minutes. southbound 880 at tennyson road all clear. that crash that we had blocking the two center lanes is now off on the shoulder. that's the good side. the bad side, we're still crawling along 8 and 7-mile-per-hour averages as you come down from 238. if you want to cut over and take 580 to 238, if that's an
alternate that works for you, i suggest taking that. quick check of the bay bridge toll plaza. metering lights on since 5:31. and a quick check of drive times. westbound 580, tracy to dublin, 1:06, you're in the red. antioch to concord in the yellow. and 101 in the green at 16 minutes. >> tesla's model 3 out over the weekend. what's also coming out are the steep prices for extra features. if you want your model 3 to be something other than basic black, like red, be prepared to fork over $1,000. 19-inch wheels will set you back $1500. enhanced auto pilot which allows the car to keep pace with traffic and self-park is an extra $5,000. the model 3 starts at $35,000. it's about a third of the cost of tesla's previous cars. >> every little bit helps. especially the case when battling gras fires. a couple helps crewed in british
columbia. they used their boat to splash water on the flames. you see how they did it? lori said she was relaxing on the river when she saw the smoke. that's when she jumped up, got her camera and captured the nearby boater doing round abouts and whatever it took to get water on the grass. fire officials showed up soon after and took up where the couple left off. no injuries were reported. creative use of the boat. >> the campaign b.a.r.t. is rolling out right now in hopes of reducing a specific kind of crime. what it's asking you to be aware of. of. >> what facebook is doing after
chase. helping you master what's now and what's next. facebook has shut down an artificial intelligence program after two bots began communicating with each other in a language they created and us humans could not understand. the bots developed code words to make it more efficient, but when they developed that into language their human developers didn't get, that's when it was time to pull the plug. researchers say it's not the first time bots have formed their own language. >> obsessed with this story. english was not efficient enough for them. they formed their own language.
>> time to ask finney. so bronson from san rafael has a question about houses. >> he spoke to us at our ask finney event. michael finney has your answer. >> hey, michael. how do you save up for a nice house? >> hey. that's an important question. spaemsh here in the bay area. here's what you need to do. get cheap rent now, don't buy too much car, and quit eating out as much. then, as soon as you can buy a home in an outlying area, do it. then let it increase in value, and then you buy a home closer to where you want to end up. then you do that a couple times. that's been the workable strategy here in the bay area for 50 years. worked for me. bronson, good luck r and thanks for your question. >> if you have a question for michael finney, record it on your smartphone or tablet. share it with us on social using #askfinney. or go to our website and you might see your question here.
now at 6:30, a popular south bay cafe is supposed to be open, but as you can see, that's not going to happen. >> in the east bay, this popular train has given thousands of kids great memories. the owners say someone stole it. appreciate that. >> ooh, new jersey governor chris christie gets up close and very personal with a cubs fan. what that fan is now saying after this video went viral. >> welcome to 6:30. good morning, the last day of july. july 31st. jessica off today. we're about to bring in august with some heat, mike. >> yes. looking at the study of interpersonal communications right there with those two. >> icy. >> definitely not like of weather. it's going to get much hotter out there. hi, everybody. let's look at live doppler 7. a few clouds out there. a little mist is possible the next hour and a half or so. you can see the fog deck from east bay hills all the way over towards mt. tamalpais.
your 12-hour day planner. 55 to 61. let's start with the coolest row, the roast. 61 at noon to 64 at 12:00. 74 at noon to 79 at 4:00 for the bay. and then around our inland neighborhoods, 85 to 94. looks pretty comfortable this evening, 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s. the whole thing there. all right, alexis, back to you. >> looking at pretty light volumes. 101 and 880 in san jose, and south bay, you have been quiet. inbound side coming toward us. that traffic is looking good. want to show you drive times not looking good, at looefs one of them. southbound 880 still trying to bounce back from an earlier crash. normally, that would take you about 25 minutes or so. it's up to 41 right now due to those residual delays. if you want to head to mission boulevard and take 238 southbound, that will save you quite a few minutes. you're in the green at 29. one other hot spot, southbound 680 between cordelia and benicia. we'll look at that next.
>> we're tracking breaking news at the live desk. san francisco police in a stand-off right now with a man he may be armed. this is happening near 15th and baver in the city's cold valley neighborhood. it all started just before midnight when police responded to reports of a shooting. we have just confirmed a woman was found with a gunshot wound. she was taken to the hospital. her condition at this time is not known. the suspect is now holed up inside of the home. he's refusing to come out. neighbors are asked to stay inside. some streets in that area are shut down. we're going to continue to have updates throughout the morning and on our free abc7 news app. >> developing news in the south bay. a popular breakfast place won't open after it turned into an unintentional drive-thru. a drive went right through the front of the los gatos cafe. matt keller is there where there's still quite a mess. >> good morning. since the last time i saw you, we have sunlight out here so you can see some of the damage. still have the caution tape keeping people away from here. this is the fire hydrant.
you can see the pieces that were broken off. you can see the vehicle also appeared to hit the newspaper stand, knocking it on its side. then this is the big mess right here. you have a lot of debris in the front, and of course, the damage to the front door here. and then they put up a sign that says somebody mistook us for a 24-hour drive-thru restaurant. we'll reopen as soon as possible. we apologize for any inconvenience. at least they still have a sense of humor. however, check out the video of the vehicle. the red suv crashed into the los gatos cafe early sunday morning. the driver was taken to the hospital. she was stable. firefighters were on the screen checking out the structure. the entrance severely damaged. the restaurant is known for its big breakfast dishes including omelets and french toast. speed limit is only 15 miles per hour on this stretch of the avenue. we have no word on if speed, alcohol, or distracted driving
played a role in the crash. the good news for fans of their food, the other los gatos cafe is located located on los gatos boulevard. it opens at 6:00 a.m. >> feel for that business owner. thank you, matt. >> have you seen this train? it has brought joy to thousands of bay area children over the years. >> now, someone stole it, and the owners are heartbroken. train was supposed to be one of the main attractions at the bay view hunter's point summer carnival yesterday. the owner said it was in its usual spot saturday night. when he got to work yesterday morning, it was gone. >> why would you take a train that brings pleasure to thousands of kids? what's in it for you? you can't really sell it. i's kind of sticks out if you try to drive it anywhere. only goes 10 miles per hour. >> police have not been able to track down any witnesses or surveillance video. the owners are sharing photos and information on social media in hopes of getting that train back where it belongs. >> police in the north bay looking for the thieves who
stole thousands of dollars worth of jewelry from costco. these photos from a resident show the smashed display cases at the novato costco. it happened yesterday around 10:00 in the morning when the three thieves wearing surgical masks burst in, took the merchandise, and got away in a black chevy with temporary license plates. the jaurl is valued at about $50,000. novato police investigating to see if this case is connected to other recent robberies at bay area costcos. >> that was the costco i went to growing up. crazy. >> today, president trump hoping to hit the reset button with the start of his new chief of staff, homeland security john kelly will be taking over. this week, expect it to be a busy one for the new chief of staff. he starts this job while tensions escalate with north korea. the country launched another alarming intercontinental ballistic missile friday. the u.s. flew bombers in a show of force. >> bay area residents appear to be anxious about what's going on
deesticily and abroad. congressman khanna held a town hall where residents voiced their concerns. he said he hopes general will restore dignity to the house. >> john mccain is expected to start cancer treatment after being diagnosed with an aggressive kind of cancer. he will maintain his work schedule. the 80-year-old republican returned to washington last week after undergoing surgery so he could take part in the health care debate. he cast a critical vote that pultimately helped block the gop's plan to repeal and replace the affordable care act. >> a 5-year-old antioch boy is at children's hospital in oakland after nearly drowning during a birthday party. lisa puckett shot the cell phone video of first responders tending to the boy at the apartments on contra loma boulevard yesterday afternoon. puckett heard the commotion and called for help.
>> i was sitting outside on the porch right here and seen the little loy fall in the pool. then i seen his mother jump in the pool after him. after they pulled the little boy out, they started giving him cpr and i called 911. >> the boy eventually regained consciousness. he was air lifted to the hospital. a family members tell us he will be okay. >> a controversial uc davis former chancellor is coming back to campus. she was in charge during the pepper spraying incident that went viral a few years ago. she's going to return in the fall as a professor of electr electrical and computer engineering. she's also going to teach women and gender studies. they told the sacramento bee she'll be paid $318,000 for a nine-month contract. she resigned last august amid accusations of ethics violations. she's best known for serving as the head of the campus during this infamous incident when cams police pepper sprayed occupy demonstrators in 2011. happening today, it's the beginning of the commercial salmon fishing season.
it's a season, though, that has very low expectations. right now, there are historically low numbers of adult chinook salmon in the ocean. wildlife experts blame the impacts the drought had on the rivers and el nino affected ocean food sources. the take has been so poor that fishing groups plan to ask the governor to claim a disaster so they can seek federal aid. >> b.a.r.t. officials have launched a campaign to help lower cell phone thefts. they encourage riders to protect their cell phones. b.a.r.t. has displayed this poster inside of the train cars and riders may also notice an increase in audio announcements. the agency says there have been 225 phone thefts so far this year, compared to 274 in all of last year. >> developing news, the north bay smart commuter train is on track for a critical extension before the system even opens to the public. the chronicle reports smart believes it's going to open a link from downtown san rafael to
the larkspur terminal in 2019. it would connect the train riders to san francisco. smart has been letting the public ride test trains between santa rosa and san rafael. the system hopes to officially open once it received final approval from federal regulators. hey, there. let's start talking about the heat because it is coming in bits and pieces today, to more of our neighborhoods tomorrow. there's always a place to escape it this time of the year. we'll start with temperatures in the south bay, if you're heading out, 57 in alum rock. milpitas, 59. everyone else around 60 to 65 degrees. our coolest temperatures seem to be around sebastopol, here's a look at the san mateo bridge. you can definitely see which way the commute is going, west towards the peninsula. misty early. especially if you're around the peninsula or the north bay coast in san francisco. mild to hot if you're taking mass transit from san francisco to inland. and small craft advisory if
you're on the bay from 3:00 until 9:00 this afternoon and evening. the heat advisories all around us, flanking us to the north, east, and south. then look, it's right on top of us, 11:00 tomorrow morning. until 9:00 wednesday evening. so you have to listen to your body. drink plenty of fluids before you are thirsty. tomorrow, wear the light colored loose fitting clothing. make sure to check on the elderly and young, tomorrow into wednesday. how about today on the roads? let's bring alexis smith in here. how are you doing? >> doing all right. traffic not so much, unfortunately. we had a pretty busy morning. in fact, we had a lot of crashes last hour. now we're in recovery mode in quite a few places. we had not one but two collisions on southbound 680 near lake herman road. both of those are long gone at this point, but boy, still have residual delays. having a hard time clearing those out. if you're leaving the cordelia area, still down to 17 miles per hour and maybe another slow spot approaching that earlier crash
scene. but earlier, i was recommending taking westbound 80 to 780. that was going to save you a few minutes. now it's starting to fill in and slow down. honestly, i don't think that's going to be worth going the longer way around. quick check of the bay bridge toll plaza. we have metering lights on. they have been that way for about an hour and 15 minutes. then a quick check of mass transit, 57 b.a.r.t. trains in service. no issues there. new train testing for muni. and vta, looking great. normal service in the south bay. next travel update at 6:50. >> thank you. if you think class starts too early, you're going to want to hear this. the push to delay the start time for california schools. >> not only are we getting new images of tesla's model 3, but
6:44 now. from the live desk, a special white house ceremony in a matter of hours to honor an army medic who risked his life to save his comrades. he'll be the first person to receive the medal of honor from president trump today. he will be given the nation's highest military honor during a ceremony today. he repeatedly braved enemy good fire in a 1966 battle. normally, it's awarded within five years of the reheroic
actions. >> it got very weird at a baseball game. new jersey governor chris christie has always been an inyour face type of politician. he did just that to a baseball fan who was heckling him. >> appreciate that. >> ooh. this happened yesterday afternoon in milwaukee during a cubs/brewers game. the fan told christie that he, quote, sucked. and was a hypocrite. and later that fan defended his actions. >> i remained calm and just said i was trying to watch the game. which i understand he was probably just trying to do the same thing. at the same time, he is a public official, and this is america. and i think we have the right to say what you believe as long as it's not, you know, crude or profane. >> brad says that he's definitely not a christie fan, which i think we all get, right? christie's son, by the way, works for the brewers, and the team lost the game 4-2. so i guess the cubs fan gets the last laugh.
>> there you go. >> ooh, that's real close. i wonder how the breath was. >> he was carrying the hotdog with all the onions on top. >> alameda county community food bank says if you have time to do good, it really needs your help. organizers need 150 people every day to step up during the week to pack enough food to meet the needs of the community. and only 24 people have signed up tomorrow. there are entire days in august when no one has registered to help out. the biggest need is monday through friday. summer is the time of greatest demand for the food bank because kids don't have access to school meals. it's also the time when there is a lot les support. >> a proposal to delay start times in fl calf schools getting a mixed response. a bill barring schools from starting earlier than 8:30 is making its way through the state legislature. supporters say it would give children a better night's sleep. others are worried it would turn family schedules into chaos. some bay area schools are
already experimenting with the 8:30 start time. >> hundreds of kids will be going back to school in the coming weeks prepared for class thanks to the goodwill of a bay area muslim american community group. abc7 news was in santa clara where members of the muslim american society's bay area chapter spent yesterday stuffing backpacks with school supplies. 750 backpacks will be distributed to kids throughout the south bay. the distribution is now in its tenth year. new images from tesla giving us a glimpse at the inside of their model 3 sedans. the minimalist design lacks a lot of buttons we're typically used to. nearly all of the controls are located on the car's touch screen device. tesla began delivering the model 3 to select owners on friday. dead heads will soon have a chance to bid on a tesla owned by one of the founder members of their band. bob weir owned this dolphin gray 2014 tesla. an auction house says it's in
pristine condition. bidding starts at $100,000. the money raised will go to two environmental nonprofits. they include the leonardo dicaprio foundation. very nice. >> okay. let's take a look at the weather. of course, the last day of july, and summer is definitely here. >> yeah, it's going to feel like it, especially away from the coast. we're going to have a huge summer spray. hi, everybody. about 30, 35 degrees. sunshine as we look northbound on 101 in san rafael. afternoon sunshine and warming begins. hottest highs tomorrow and wednesday, and more comfort this weekend instead of the heat building towards the weekend, this time, it's going to decrescendo towards the weekend. here's a look at the cloud cover. through about 8:30, a deep penetration and then quickly by about 11:00, 11:30, back to the coast. a little stubborn along the coast. pockets of sunshine here and there, but not total sunshine like the rest of us. down in the south bay, 84 at milpitas. san jose, 88. spread on the peninsula, 83 in
redwood city. millbrae, 75. 67 in pacifica, right there, that's the warm spot. 62 in the sunset. near 70 in downtown and south san francisco and sausalito. mid to upper 80s through the north bay valleys. 99 in cloverdale to 10 stlee in lakeport. 75 in oakland. 80s in the southern part of the east bay. the inland neighborhoods, 94 in san ramon. 98 in brentwood. check out the shade the a's are throwing at the giant. welcome to the best bay as they host the first two games of the bay bridge series. 68 drawning down to 62. mid 50s to 70 degrees lows tomorrow. that's why we're going to have so much warm weather tomorrow and into wednesday. alexis. >> mike, i think it said welcome to the beast bay. >> did it? >> not the best bay. >> beast, yeah. the beast bay. yeah, all right. i'm going to have to get one of those. >> i have to get glasses. seriously. >> niko going to get glasses. we're doing okay.
still trying to bounce back from an earlier crash. southbound 880 at tennyson road, two center lanes blocked for about 20 minutes. that's all it took. we still have the backup from 238. you're stop and go at 14 and 25 miles per hour. it's slowly starting to bounce back. walnut creek not looking too bad. southbound 680, slower volumes but no blocking issues. westbound 580, tracy to dublin, 1:04 in the red. southbound 680 in the yellow at 23, and northbound 85, south bay really quiet so far today between 101 and cupertino in the green at 19 minutes. >> this is a story for all of you on your second cup of coffee already. people who lack sufficient sleep generally have bigger waist lines according to a pretty depressing new study. researchers found adults who sleep an average of six hours a night had a waist circumference three centimeters larger than those who get nine hours of sleep. those who slept less also have higher bmis, lower good cholesterol levels. the study published in the
online journal plus one. wah-wah. >> okay. well, these people are in shape. they get a lot of sleep. it's the first round of the ellie may classic at tpc stone gray in the hayward hills. warriors star steph curry scheduled to begin play on thursday. proceeds will go to the warriors community foundation which supports education and youth development for low-income students in the bay area. happening today, the bay bridge series between the a's and giants. the first two games of the four-game series will be played at oakland coliseum. the last two at at&t park. both will battle for bay area supremacy because let's face it, they're not battling for much else this year. the a's and giants are both dead last in their respective divisions. that was pretty shady, i'll admit. we love you, teams. just being factual. >> now to an incredible special delivery. an off-duty doctor stepping in to save a baby's life just hours before giving birth herself. dr. amanda hess siz the last
thing she was expected on the day of her own delivery was to scrub up. she was waiting to get hooked up to the monitor when her husband said, is a woman screaming? turns out that woman was league johnson, and her contractions were speeding up. the on-call doctor had yet to arrive. so dr. hess jumped into action. a short time later, lee's baby girl made her debut. 12 hours later, dr. hess's daughter made hers. they reconnected for the first time over skype. >> so happy. you deserve to be recognized. i had no idea when you came into the room that that's what was going on. >> i'm impressed with how you did. i can't believe how fast you went, and you were totally in control. it was amazing. >> lee says she lucked out to be in the same hospital with dr. hess. >> a zoo in germany is giving us a different perspective on water conservation. a zoo placed a camera at the bottom of a bucket of water. a host of animals are featured
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beaver streets because of a stand' off going on with a man who is accused of shooting a woman last night. >> a popular spot in los gatos is closed after an suv slammed into it. police are still trying to figure out why it got driven onts a sidewalk yesterday morning. >> number three, let's look at your 12-hour day planner. we'll start at 7:00. 55 to 60. by 4:00, 62 at the coast, 80 around the bay, mid 90s inland. >> number four, we got busy for a while. don't have major issues blocking now, but we're still trying to bounce back. southbound 880, a six-mile backup remains but all lanes at tennyson are back open. >> moments ago, president trump announced john kelly has been sworn in as his new chief of staff. the president also told reporters there is no chaos in the white house. >> number six, relief coming to some bay area residents tormented by noisy sfo flights over their houses. the faa considering several
possible solutions including creating a new flight path for incoming planes. >> number seven, everyone talking about the story. facebook shutting down an artificial intelligence program after two of its bots began communicating in a language they created and the human programmers couldn't understand it anymore. yep, the bots developed code words. they said english was not efficient enough, so human programmers had to pull the plug. >> that's creepy. >> maybe the robots were right? have a good day.
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good morning, america. president trump facing overseas tests as russia retaliates for those u.s. sanctions. and overnight, u.s. bombers warn north korea as president trump tries to rally key allies after that missile launch. all this as the new chief of staff starts this morning to reboot the white house after the latest shakeup. terror takedown. authorities arresting four suspects accused of trying to bring down an australian airliner, reportedly planning to build a toxic bomb filled with deadly poison gas. now screenings intensifying. what it means for security here at home. airport outrage. the tense confrontation caught on camera.