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>> here is mike nicco with the weather. >> look for a little bit of wetness and slippery conditions. here's a look at the exploratorium. it didn't used to look that way. nice shot. isolated showers and scattered they move into more neighborhoods during the noon hour. they become isolated to random as we head from 4:00 to 7:00. grab a coat. temperatures in the mid-to upper 50s. sue, tell me we have friday-like somewhere? >> somewhere. i don't know where that might be, but, no. we're going to san jose right here and it's pretty light. headlights headed in the northbound direction on 101. but farther up the peninsula northbound 101, we have reports of several lanes blocked now. chp is arriving on the scene. it's northbound after the
embarcadero. slow traffic, we'll check with the chp. back in a couple of minutes. we're getting a new look at what happened when pilots of an air canada plane failed to abort a landing at sfo. >> it's still hard to believe how this happened. janine is live for us at sfo with how this all played out. janine? >> reporter: natasha, the faa is investigating this incident because it could have had serious consequences. this footage shows what air traffic controller saw. >> 781, >> reporter: a routine message started the conversation with air canada flight 781. >> 781, go around. >> reporter: the situation changed quickly last month. controllers asked the crew to go around. >> 781, go around. >> reporter: and nobody on board responded to six requests in 40
seconds. >> 781, go around. >> reporter: the controller asked a united flight that landed before the air canada flight to move quickly so it wouldn't be in the way of another united plane landing on the adjacent runway. >> without delays, please. traffic company and they're fast. >> reporter: and while that united plane hurried, the air canada jet landed and finally responded to the tower. >> that's pretty evident. >> reporter: the faa is also investigating another air canada flight that nearly missed hitting another plane here at sfo and that incident the pilot got confused and ended up landing on a runway -- on a taxiway instead of a designated runway. reporting live from sfo, abc7 news. >> janine, thank you. pg&e is suggesting in court filings it was another company's electrical wires that would have
caused the tubbs fire. the utility did not identify the third party. cal fire is investigating the possible role downed electrical wires had in starting the inferno. a set of new fire safety rules could force pg&e to change how they install equipment. the proposal would affect the locations of lines and poles and how often they need to be inspected. regulators became concerned after wildfires in the north bay and other areas of northern california. the public utilities commission says the changes would be costly and allow utilities to raise rates to make up that money. they are scheduled to hear the proposal next month. banding together to support fire victims. g-eazy and metallica were among the performers at the at&t park. ♪ are you still out there >> met cal closed out the
five-hour marathon with more than 40,000 fans. all of the performers played for free. metallica guitarist nearly lost his sonoma home. >> i just want the first responders. i want to say thank you, thank you, thank you for >> they raised more than million. >> these fires were completely devastating. a lot of people lost everything and the president of the united states never said anything about it. ♪ ♪ hey donald trump >> g-eazy said he would never
bite his tongue or calm down. president trump said, "our hearts are with all affected by the wildfires in california. god bless our brave first responders and fema team. we support you." donna brazile was in san francisco to promote her new book. she explained why she was not happy about a fundraising deal between the hillary clinton campaign and cash-strapped democratic party. >> in exchange for relieving the dnc of its debt and helping the dnc pay off its debts, the clinton campaign would run certain parts of the dna and my reaction to that was like, oh, hell no. you don't do that. you don't run any aspect of the dnc until you're a nominee. i was worried that this would give the impression that the dnc was a candidate and that, in my
judgment, was immoral and that was wrong and that's why i confronted it. >> brazile addressed a sold-out crowd at the commonwea >> what you didn't dmknow is th corrupted our data. what you didn't know is they got into our voter files. the east bay utility commission district is helping eliminate lead from the drinking water. the utility district started a new round of testingg water yesterday. officials are replacing suspect fixtures and installing separate water dispensers to make clean sources of water available for students and staff. hundreds of pets left homeless after the north bay wildfires. how one group is helping reunite
them with their families. and at the live desk, facebook founder with a new warning about social media and how it could affect your children. it's 6:07. it's 6:07. pretty stacked up at the it's 6:07. pretty stacked up at the what if there was only one haircut? now what if there was only one mattress? one is not a choice. choose your mattress with tulo. everything you want in a bed, in a box.
let's take a look at the storm impact scale. we're going to go 1 height, a trace of an inch to most areas and in the north bay, up to half an inch, especially in the mountains up there. we're reporting or seeing reports of light rain all around santa rosa right now. you can see shades of green over your neighborhoods, even all the way down to petaluma. right now getting wet around larkspur and san q clearlake, 51. cupertino, stray showers on the bay. caution there. exercising, kind of mild and humid today. here's sue. we have an accident on the peninsula that we're going to
focus on. this is northbound 101 just after the and i looked at the drive time if you're headed from san jose to san mateo on 101, it's an hour to get there. so best alternate maybe take 880 over to 92. 92. that's still a lengthy commute. >> sue, thank you. sonoma human society has created a facebook page to help reunite north bay fire victims with their missing pets. it's called sonoma and napa missing pets. we put a lirvnk on our website abc7news.com to help you find your dog. go to our website and see if you recognize any of them. a controversy this morning
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a stark admission from the first president of menlo park's facebook. shawn parker is now admitting that the social networking website and app are designed to be addictive. he dropped the bombshell this week during a conference in philadelphia. the 38-year-old billionaire mogul admits that they knew what they were doing. >> that thought process was all about how do we consume as much of your time and conscious attention as possible. it's a social validation feedback loop because you're exploiting a vulnerability in human psychology. it literally changes your relationship with society with each other. >> i'm going to go out on a limb and say it definitely worked. facebook estimates that 2 million users spend about 50 days on its apps, including instagram and twitter.
jack dorsey is responding to the deactivation of president trump's twitter account. an employee on his last day deactivated the president's twitter account. during the book conference, dorsey said the incident should have never happened and the company is now putting safeguards in place to make sure it doesn't happen again. when asked if the president contacted him about the incident, dorsey replied, we've had conversations. >> now on to the latest bonl shell rocking hollywood. five women are or sexual a representative for ck says she will issue a statement in the comes days. lupita nyong'o has she's
been disappointed with a uk magazine. you can see her there with what appears to be a smooth, slick backcut and in the actual photo she wore her hair natural and tied back. she posted both images on her instagram page. she's proud of her dark skin and kinky hair and she would have explained why she does not condone the change. happening today, you can ride a ford go bike for free across the area. the free day is a kickoff of a larger partnership between ford go and a point of sale platform. you must sign up on ford go bike's website or the app. it comes with unlimited short trips for a 24-hour period today at stations in san francisco, san jose and the east bay. raise your hand if you're looking for something fun and cheap to do today. all california parks will waive entry fees.
the national park service has provided free admission for all visitors to every national park on veterans day since 2006 and it just so happens we've got a few showers today. huh, mike? >> for today but not veterans day. lots of sunshine tomorrow and then it comes back sunday night into monday. rainfall amounts. rainfall amounts. it's dry on 280 and cooler tonight thanks to the clouds opening up and seeing stars and drier air and then the extended rain sunday into monday and wednesday into thursday. temperatures today, 63 to 67. that's most of us along the coast. cooler temperatures from 42 in petaluma to 53 in san francisco. most of us in the mid-40s to low
50s. let's jump in and show you what is going on. more showers lining up to the west and ready to march in and make the rest of your morning commute a little more difficult. and even the south bay at times could see scattered showers as we head through the morning and into the afternoon hours. you can see them lining up on our future radar return as we head through the morning commute and into the launch hour when we get our best chance of widespread showers and then it tapers towards 5:00. and this evening by 10:30 or 11:00, it's all my accuweather seven-day forecast, we'll call it partly cloudy to even mostly sunny and we'll warm nicely tomorrow thanks to dry
monday afternoon and tuesday look dry. wednesday, our next light storm on our storm impact scale. >> and we're taking a look at your friday morning commute with slow traffic out of tracy. not too bad. a 35-minute drive. we have a problem on the peninsula near the embarcadero. three lanes blocked and seven vehicles involved. ambulance is en route here. you want to take 280. it's all green there for but you'll want to avoid it. it's at least an hour to get past the scene of the accident. that is from san jose to san mateo. it's a big stretch of 101 and the a couple of cars are involved
a health alert for people with type 2 diabetes. recent research shows that a very low-calorie diet could reverse the der. studies indicate 600 to 800 calories a day for eight weeks. new research out of yale confirms how this helps. the diet reacts on the liver to lower blood glucose levels. diabetes is the cause of one out of seven deaths. 7 on your side michael finney has this answer -- >> why are the roads so bumpy when i pay so much for a bridge
toll? >> that's a question many are asking these days. look, the golden gate bridge is its own district. it uses polls to pay for the bridge, ferries and buses. the other bay area bridges are owned by the state and operated by the bay area toll authority and the metropolitan transportation commission. the revenue from those seven bridges is used for their maintenance and operation. now, there is some good news about potholes, however. a new law has gone into effect that will pay for road repair, including potholes. what's the bad news? it's going to cost you 12 cents more per gallon at the pump. the new tax went into effect last week. you ought to start seeing better roads pretty soon. brian, thanks for your question. >> if you have a question for michael finney, record it on your smartphone or tablet and share it on social media with the #askfinney or head to abc7news.com/askfinney. how much do you really know about your uber or lyft driver.
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everything you want in a bed, in a box. ♪ are you awake yet? it's 6:230. the bay area's biggest musicians are banding together from metallica ♪ >> a night to honor first responders and every victim of the fires. it raised millions of dollars in relief. thanks for joining us. i'm matt keller in for reggie aqui. >> and i'm
nicco is here. >> with the rain this morning, it's hard to get up. >> that's not what we want. >> there you go. thank you. appreciate that. let's look at the live doppler 7. half moon bay, daly city into san francisco, our next band of showers, it's been raining for the better part of a couple of hours thanks to our feed. take out this beautiful picture this morning. doesn't that look absolutely gorgeous? and showers all the way through 4:00 and then they become random as they head towards 7:00.
temperatures today, in the 60s once again. cold weather this evening. 55 to 58. here's sue. trouble spots on the peninsula. a traffic alert is in effect. it's a multi-car accident with several lanes blocked. you can see there the long trail of red traffic is stacking up. i would avoid this and take 280 if you can. it's looking clear and good. drive time from san jose to san mateo, it's over an hour now. just a reminder, b.a.r.t. is running reduced service because they are observing veterans day today. you may find delays from pittsberg to bay point. no problems with ace or guys. the concert called band together went well past 11:00 last night.
amy ha amy hollyfield is live at at&t park. amy? >> reporter: there is post party action here as crews are taearig it all down now. it was a sellout. they announced midway through the show that they had sold the final ticket. they shined a spotlight on the fire victims and the first responders who were a big part of the night. metallica even met with some of them before the show. >> i looked every one of them in the eye and promised them we will not forget and we'll continue to support everybody and everything up in napa and sonoma while you rebuild. >> the idea for the concert was born three weeks ago. religious leaders said we have to do something. they were hoping to raise $10 million for the fire victims.
before the show even started, they were at 15 and more came in during the show and they promised all the money will go straight to the victims. the acts all performed for free. we will work on getting that final figure for you later today. so stay with us as we work on this story. reporting live in san francisco, amy hollyfield, abc7 news. no runoff problems have been seen from the showers in the north bay. they inspected burn areas yesterday and found no debris flow issues. in addition to possible mudslides, officials expressed concerns from toxins flowing into storm drains and then into creeks and the alabama republican candidate for senate is accused of assaulting a 14-year-old girl from 40 years ago. judge roy moore is calling the accusations an all-out war on
conservative values. we have more on those explosive allegations. janai? >> republicans including mitch mcconnell say if it the allegations are true, roy moore should step aside. but at this point, moore is standing firm and denying those claims. >> bombshell allegations. just a month before the alabama special election for u.s. senate, new claims republican candidate roy moore made sexual advancement towards teenage girls decades ago. >> these are not fuzzy memories. these are women who are very certain and confident about what happened to them. >> reporter: we spoke with one of the authors of the exclusive "washington post" story in which four women said they had romantic encounters with or propositions from moore when they were teenagers, including one in 1979. moore took her to his house on two occasions and on the second
visit took off her shirt and pants and removed his clothes and touched her over her bra and underpants and guided her happened to touch him over his underwear. >> crime, corruption, immorality, abortion, sodomy, sexual perversion sweep our land. >> the controversial judge is denying the claims saying that the obama/clinton machine liberal media lapdogs just launched the most vicious attacks against me i've ever faced adding i will never give up the fight. and the white house saying if the allegations are true, more will step aside but his name would still appear on the ballot. they are already being printed and absentee ballots are already sent out. another republican candidate would have to be written in my voters. reporting live from washington, janai norman, abc7 news. the california legislature has investigated 31 allegations of sexual harassment since 2006.
15 of the investigations were in the state senate and 16 in the assembly. the documents failed to give any details like the dates of the incidents, the nature of the complaints or whether they were involving lawmakers or staff. last month, more than 140 women came forward to denounce a culture of harassment at the ste capitol. a crackdown on undocumented immigrants is being felt in the vietnamese and cambodian communities. about 100 immigrants have been detained across the country, all of whom have been convicted of a crime. even so, some may be legally allowed to stay in the u.s. >> i think there's a lot of fear in the community and one of the things we're trying to emphasize is to really know your rights. >> vietnam and cambodia have historically refused to take back people deported from the u.s. but a source tells abc7 news, new negotiations are under way that could change that which could be why the communities are being targeted.
immigration enforcement would not comment on the situation but said, "international law obligates each country to return of its nationals ordered removed from the united states". uber and lyft will be required to conduct bigger background checks on their drivers and any information will be turned over to the state. the cpu decided against requiring drivers have fingerprints which is closer to what cab drivers have to do. look at this video seen here. campbell police believe these teenagers burglarized two homes october 30th. officials say the teenagers kicked in doors at both homes and stole laptops and jewelries. the victims had just moved to the neighborhood. we have this video on our website at abc7news.com if you'd like to take a closer look at it. call police if you recognize anyone. tomorrow morning, cal trans is scheduled to bring down the
final two remains piers from the old bay bridge. >> this is yvideo from two week ago. no cars will be allowed on the bay bridge during the blasting period which will start around 9:30 tomorrow morning. cal trans says it's finishing the work a year ahead of schedule which will save taxpayers nearly $10 million. there is a shower that rolled across the richmond and san rafael bridge. off in the distance, you can see that gorgeous sunrise that's developing, also. let's take a look and you can see it's starting to move a little bit north and east. so san pablo, hercules about to get wet weather after you've taken a ferry, you're about to get wet, also. let's put it in motion and show you we're seeing an increase in the coverage of the showers but not the intensity. they are making it all the way down to half moon
still pretty mild and temperatures about 56 to 59 in san francisco. elsewhere, we've got 51 right now in palo alto. 50 in saratoga. 49 in pleasanton. rest of us in the 50s. not a bad start. you can see the rain rolling through san rafael and traffic is slowing down because of it as you head south on 101. commute planner, especially this morning, showers are possible if you're going to be taking mass transit and lighter breeze if you're on the water. upper 60s to low 70s with increasing sunshine. fog until noon in the central valley. tahoe, 44 degrees today with a light mixture in windy conditions. quiet over the weekend and mainly rain for monday. a wintry mix for wednesday and more snow for thursday. hey, sue. this should be friday light but we've got a sig alert with multiple cars involved.
this is north 101 after embarcadero and traffic is slowing near shoreline boulevard. several cars and only one lane is getting by. avoid that area. we'll take a look over at 280. that looks like a really good ride for you. northbound from san jose to san mateo, a drive time of about an hour. get over to 280. this was a high speed accident. only one lane getting by. several cars involved there as well. avoid 101 in palo alto. i guess that's the biggest takeaway we can get for you at this hour. >> sue, appreciate it. wild pigs on the prowl. dozens of the destructive animals are terrorizing an east bay community. and a little more coming in this morning on that grilled cheese strategy in new york. a young boy who died after a severe allergic reaction and at the live desk, i'll tell you how his father is now responding. plus, a big setback for
we're getting a new look at what happened when pilots of an air canada plane failed to land a plane at sfo. >> janine is live at sfo with how this all played out. janine? >> reporter: natasha, air traffic controllers here at sfo ordered air canada pilots to abort their landing. well, that didn't happen and this new video shows you what air traffic controllers saw. >> 781, cleared to land. >> reporter: a routine message started the controller's conversation with air canada flight 781 but the situation changed quickly last month. controllers asked the crew to go around. >> 781, go around. >> reporter: and nobody on board responded to six requests in 40
seconds. the controller then asked a night that landed before the air canada jet to move quickly so it wouldn't be in the way of another united plane landing on the adjacent runway. >> without delay without delays. traffic company and they're fast. >> reporter: the air canada jet landed and finally responded to the tower. >> 781. that's pretty evident. >> reporter: the faa is investigating another air canada near disaster here at sfo and that incident the air canada plane ended up landing on a taxiway lined with packed jetliners ready for takeoff. reporting live from sfo, abc7 news. . at the live desk, a new york city family is demanding answers after their 3-year-old son tragically died after eating a grilled cheese sandwich at his
preschool. he suffered a severe reaction last friday. the school staff called family members instead of calling 911 and the boy's mother, not in the ambulance, rushed him to the hospital. >> something so simple could have been avoided if they would have just followed or paid attention to my son's needs. >> reporter: elijah's father says the school knew about his son's dairy allergy and how dangerous it was for him to eat certain foods. several agencies are looking into the little boy's death. the new york city health department ordered the preschool to close during the investigation. dozens of homeowners in san ramon are doing landscaping thanks to uninvited guests. here they are in action. wild pigs. they bulldozed their way through several properties hunting for grubs. that is not snow. that's grass being dug up by the
pigs. >> i think we might be fighting a losing battle and every day it's gotten worse and worse and worse. >> wild pigs weigh up to 500 pounds. there was an emergency community meeting yesterday to come up with ways to fix the now to today's morning money report, in this new video, just into the abc7 newsroom, showing silence at the new york stock exchange. the exchange is opened for trading today but traders observed that moment of silence in honor of veterans day. other stories we're following, uber drivers in the uk will get paid time off and guaranteed minimum wage. >> this is a fairly big deal. this was closely watched. two drivers were asking for minimum wage and paid holiday along with brit tash law. uber argued that their drivers are independent contractors. this morning the court sided
with the drivers and it could have a trickle down effect worldwide. it's official, macy's will close its store at the stonestown galleria in san francisco. this is california's oldest shopping center. macy's says this location is one of three closing early next year. the announcement came as part of the department store's third-quarter earnings report. amazon is expanding its presence in whole foods stores. pop-up stores will appear inside whole foods locations across the country. shoppers will be able to try out amazon devices and learn more about prime and prime video. it's time to check in with mike nicco with a look at our forecast and showers out there, huh, mike? >> here's a look at the golden gate bridge where a live shower rolled across. things are definitely wet and slippery there. but look at the contrast down in the south bay, we started off with just a little bit of sunshine. it is dry here.
scattered to light showers. take the umbrella in the south bay. a brief break between storms tomorrow and then more rain comes in sunday night and monday and again wednesday and into thursday morning. today's temperatures, they are about the same as yesterday. 63 to 67. near 60 along the coast and around clear lake and ukiah. tonight is going to be cooler as drier air rushes in behind the storms and the clouds start to open. low to mid-40s in the deepest inland valleys with mid-40s to 50s. san francisco, the mild spot. in fact, in san francisco, daly city, bay view, south san francisco, brisbane, all getting some wet weather now and you can see the bigger shield moving across the north bay where we can get puddles developing there. the area of low pressure is still wakening and this is the last chance for showers out of this storm and they will increase in coverage as we head through the morning commute and into the lunch hour and then after the lunch hour they'll go from scattered down to about
isolated and then it will just become random to nothing as we head through the evening hours. here's a look at what i expect. a couple hundredths in some areas. nearly a quarter of an inch to possibly half an inch in some of the higher elevations in the north bay. veterans day, mild temperatures. a southerly breeze increases our temperatures by a degree or two. monday morning, the commute is going to be wet and possibly same thing for wednesday morning into the afternoon hours. how about this morning's commute. sue? >> good morning, everyone. happy friday. the big problem spot we have a traffic alert on the peninsula northbound 101 after the embarcadero. the red line is expanding and the backup growing to almost highway 85. let's look at the slow and go 3d map as we zoom in on to the scene. that's where 85 is merging on to 101. very slow traffic there. i would definitely take 280.
we're checking the drive times on 280. it's only about 35 minutes from san jose to san mateo as opposed to if you're on 101, it's about an hour and a half between san jose and san mateo. high-speed accident blocking several lanes with several cars involved this morning. so avoid 101 on the peninsula. guys? this is just coming in. i want to show you brand-new video here from the apec summit in vietnam. look here, the president, president trump and russian president vladimir putin may not be meeting but they did shake hands before the apec gala dinner. earlier this morning, the white house announced a trump/putin meeting would not be happening due to a scheduling conflict. the two leaders were rumored to meet. east palo alto used to have the worst roads in the bay area. not anymore. they have made the biggest improvement in street
conditions. you can see the before and after shots provided by the city. according to transportation leaders. the condition of east palo alto streets has improved more than any of the 110 counties and cities in the bay area. they have invested $6 million over the last seven years to fix its roads. you don't have to be a fashion model to walk the sonic runway in san jose. this features 24 lancarches fil with l.e.d. signals. it's the first in a series of temporary installations that the burning man project has planned for the city. it operates every night from 5:30 until midnight until january. we're back in 90 seconds with the seven things you need to know before you go. looking live outside with abc7 now, we're keeping you up abc7 now, we're keeping you up to date on the weather and for mild-to-moderate eczema? it can be used almost everywhere on almost everybody. the face of a fisherman?
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unfortunately. bad news for peninsula drivers. northbound 101 after the embarcadero. only one lane is getting by. avoid 101. abc7 has obtained video of what air traffic controllers saw when air canada pilots failed at an aborted landing. they did not respond to six requests in 40 seconds. all of the performers last night played for free in band together. they raised more than $15 million. and number five, roy moore is now fighting back. he's calling the accusations an all-out war on conservative values. number six, you can right a ford go bike for free across the bay area today. to get the pass, sign up on their website or their app. you can get unlimited short trips for the day. number seven, an exclusive behind-the-scenes footage
obtained by abc7 news, taylor swift held a listening and get a sneak peek on "gma" at 7:00 a.m. matt, you are a t. swift fan. >> her songs are -- this is what i said. i don't turn the station when it comes on the radio. >> you have daughters, too? >> i do. but not old enough for taylor swift. >> it's all you? >> yes. this is confession time. >> i'll stick with metallica. >> they are good, too. >> "gma" is next.
good morning, america. breaking news, the deep freeze hitting right now, tens of millions of americans waking up to bitter cold. single digit temperatures moving from the midwest to the northeast. snow sending cars flipping off roads. now 16 states from alabama to maine on alert. a new scandal rocks the republican party. senate candidate roy moore accused of having relations with teenagers, sexual contact with a 14-year-old. the white house now weighing in. also our exclusive in the russia investigation. the real reason president trump's former campaign adviser says he lied to the fbi. explosive allegations against comedian louis c.k. the women now coming forward in a bombshell new report accusing him of sexual misconduct. overnight the premiere of his new movie canceled. now, one of the reporters wh