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welcome to tuesday may 1st. glad you're there. >> never more than seven minutes away from accuweather forecast and things warming up. >> amazing when the calendar flips over mother nature says, pwarmth outside.ing a little hi, everybody. still breezy in some spots, 13 miles an hour wind at fairfield blowing towards the mountain. still have a little bit of a sea breeze. we're not going to get out of hand with the warmth, just back to average in most neighborhoods. here is how my accuweather day planner breaks down. mid-40s to 50. about the same as yesterday. mid to upper 50s along the coast. a touch warmer but breezy. mid-60s, 65 for bay and inland neighborhoods. low- to mid-70s at 4:00, back to mid-60s at 7:00. we'll see if it's that quiet. we know it's not. there's got to be some issues on the road. alexis is here to tell us about them. >> head to richmond side of richmond side of san rafael
bridge. a crash in fast lane right now. looks like they are working to clear that. i'm seeing one of those vehicles involved that did clear off to the side. looks like that truck is slowly exiting as well. a little concerned. looks like one person out walking in front of that vehicle. we don't have chp yet running a traffic break. i will keep an eyoon that. but minor delays as you approach that scene from toll plaza area. hate to see those people running out in traffic. quick check of traffic tracy stretch 580 past 205 crash on the shoulder. you are very heavy. we'll take a look at some of those backups coming up in a few minutes. >> thanks, alexis. looking like voters will have final say in the fight to roll back california's gas tax. >> tax opponents say they have enough signatures on initiative putting the issue on our november pallet. abc news re live in concord. hi, amy. >> reporter: hi we're at a gas station talking to drivers who have long commutes. we are finding some sort for this gas tax.
here is a look at the opponents. a group of activists in southern california who say they have enough signatures against the gas tax to get it onto the november ballot. legislators passed this tax without voter input. it went spoke effect in november. it adds $0.12 to every gallon of gas you buy. lawmakers say it will pay for transportation projects around the state. one driver we met said it could be more expensive to not pay this tax. >> roads, bridges need to be constantly fixed. there's a bunch of things happening on the road. there's potholes and things i feel need to be taken care of. it's either that or you blow an axle or something on your car on the way to work. that's what i think. >> you would vote for it. >> if i had to, yeah, i would vote for it. $0.12 a gallon, that's not much. >> add on top of this tax gas prices on the rise. some analysts predict it could be the most expensive summer for
driving in four years. that could help in the fight against this tax. expect a fight from lawmakers and transportation officials who say the money from the tax is already dedicated to thousands of projects across the state. reporting live in concord amy hollyfield abc 7 news. >> thank you, amy. we have new details on a crash involving chp cruiser in fairfield. the highway patrol said three people inside a white mitsubishi mirage have major injuries after it rear-ended chp vehicle on the shoulder of i-80 yesterday afternoon. the officer inside the car suffered minor injuries. they cut the roof off the mirage. >> take a look. apparently that pet bunny was also in the mitsubishi. officers found it curled under the seat. they say it's okay, now being returned to the owner. >> contra costa board of supervisors will hear an update on california's toxic soil from st. francis dumped into a landfill in pittsburgh.
>> radioactive material from hunters point shipyard deposited at keller canyon landfill. epa found petra tech, the contractor hired to dispose of the soil falsified the soil tests. they have agreed to pay for retesting. happening today demonstrations scheduled throughout the bay area in honor of international workers day. mayday gatherings expected to begin this morning and continue throughout the day. in the east bay international longshore and warehouse union will rally at the port of oakland at 10:00 a.m. there will also be a march at .plaza. san francisco noon rallies planned on the steps of city hall. organizers say they will be protesting privatization of san francisco neighborhood community clinics and other workers issues. there will a mayday rally in support of fernando corio. this is the emotional reunion with his family last month when a san francisco immigration judge overturned his scheduled
deportation. the judge ruled it would not be safe for him to go back to it mexico. he was detained six months after i.c.e. agents arrested him as he dropped his daughter off at daycare. processing begun for eight people part of the caravan parked outside border access in california. four mothers, two children's and 18-year-old taken in yesterday in san ysidro. they have stationed themselves outside the border trying to gain legal entry. a man from oakland borders association described the family seeking asylum in the u.s. >> one of her children was unfortunately threatened by gang members. they were given a certain amount of time to do. what they decided to do was stay and set up camp outside port of entry. >> the department of justice filed criminal charges against 11 people from the caravan accusing them of entering the u.s. illegally. now to an abc news exclusive. we're hearing from actor
judd after her and her lawyers filed a lawsuit against disgraced producer harvey weinstein. pit a little he blocked her from getting major movie roles as a result of turning down his advances. he told the director of "lord of the rings" she was a nightmare to work with. she said the comment cost her a role in the blockbuster franchised. >> i was being maligned and defamed because i stood up for myself. i said, no, you may not give me a massage. no, i will not watch you take a shower. i felt very sad for the self that i was. i knew something was wrong and i didn't know what it was. now we know what was being said that led to radio silence. >> judd said she would donate monetary damages from the lawsuit to times up legal defense fund. weinstein repeatedly he denies any allegations of nonconsensual sex. the next drink may not come with a straw.
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it's about ten minutes after 6:00 on tuesday. start in south bay with temperatures a little cooler than yesterday. look at this, 42 in santa clara to warm spot san jose and 49 degrees. elsewhere 50s. newark 51, alameda 53 p half moon bay 50. look at that, 45 novato and napa. if you're going to be out and about, grab glasses. it's not as cool as it has been. you may notice if you're exercising it's breezy south of the bay bridge if you're going to be out on the water. north bay 49 at 8:00. 69 at noon. look at these mid-70s from 1:00 to 6:00. 63 at 8:00. we'll head back to the south bay where we'll start 53 at 8:00, 65 at noon. hang out in the low 70s for the
afternoon hours. grab a coat for evening activities. 62 at 8:00. here is alexis with a look at the morning commute. >> richmond side of san rafael bridge. this is where we saw two-car crash, clearing stages from fasttrack lanes before the toll booth there. i was a little concerned. we had folks walking around in traffic without any protection. they were able to make it out to the side safely. no lanes blocked anymore. that thankfully resolved itself just fine. quick check of drive times westbound 580 tracy to dublin one hour four minutes. we have a crash 580 past 205, 680 dublin to mission boulevard yellow. if 101 to cupertino in the green with 16 minutes. this just coming in. the company that makes some of the world's most sought-after guitars and pianos is filing for bankruptcy. it's gibson brand. that makes gibson guitars and
baldwin pianos. they filed for chapter one bankruptcy. some very iconic instruments come from this company. tons of famous musicians have owned these types of guitars. elvis, bb king, lenny kravitz to name a few. they sell $130,000 annually across the globe. sales declining dramatically. the company says it is in the midst of a devastating financial fall. back to you guys. >> i hope they can figure it out. that is so sad. thank you, jessica. an alert for parents. what you should be asking kids about social media use and new recommendations for tracking mental health. >> new developments in the closure of and the wolf huffed and puffed... like you do sometimes, grandpa? well, when youave copd, it can be hard to breathe. it can be hard to get air out, which n make it hard to get air in. so i talked to my doctor.
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to get illegal guns off the streets and keep kids out of gangs, and on the right path. that's antonio villaraigosa. a governor for all of california. 6:15, welcome back. a san francisco woman on a frantic search for her stolen dog. she says he needs medication. >> stephanie lee spent every waking hour searching for phyllo. stole him outside of market and dolores whole foods. >> i've been walking up and down market, going every neighborhood in san francisco to try to find him. i feel like a big part of me is missing right now.
i want to reunite with him and take him home. i can't imagine how scared he is right now. >> the dog is deaf, blind in one hour and has cancer. friends and family have chipped in for a $5,000 reward. >> let's hope they find him. a new report said they should screen children and teenagers for their use of social media. the link between social media and anxiety and depression. they use methods called home life education, drug use and sexual activity and now also social media use. >> it's more about teenagers spending time on social media and pushing out other activities important for development. when we see that research shows teenagers are at a higher risk for anxiety and depression. we don't know if that's causal. it could be you're depressed and use more social media. you withdraw and already with
drawing and then you go to social media. >> coming up on good morning america at 7:00, tips on how to balance use of social. happening tonight richmond city council expected to tackle an ordinance that bans the use of straws and stirs in restaurants. >> they would keep discarded plastic from harming wildlife. americans throw out about 500 million straws and stirs every year. all that plastic takes 200 years to disintegrate. in march berkeley began a campaign to ban straws and other disposables used in restaurants. >> those microplastics end up in our fish and we end up using it. maybe we forego straws. >> or use paper ones. >> i like that, coming up with solutions. that's what it's all about. weather wise, we're never more than seven minutes away. some solutions for that cool april we just put down in the pooks. this is a look from south beach.
you can see a few clouds out there. a gorgeous sunrise in a few minutes. mostly sunny, breezy near the water today. cool again with more patchy fog tonight especially peninsula coast and maybe sliding across golden gate and medding to the east bay. the usual pattern. dry and warmer than average. start microclimates with downtown san francisco with 65 degrees. kind of missing spring warmth everybody else is getting. south san francisco mission warm spots. richmond, daly city, balboa parks cool spots at 61. across the bay oakland 68. fremont may get to 70 for the warm spot. let's head up north 77 in santa rosa only bested by ukiah at 78. sausalito a little cooler at 65, mainly mid-70s there. mid to upper 70s inland east bay, 76 concord, pleasanton 73 for the cool spot. on the peninsula today is going to be breezy. keep us mid to upper 60s with millbrae 65, san mateo 67.
on the coast side half moon bay and pacifica of60 to 61. a little cooler milpitas 69, san jose at 72 degrees. you know what, that's exactly average for this time of year. mid-40s to low 50s. see the cloud cover along the coast and right across san francisco and over towards east bay that will be the difference for tomorrow morning's commute. that will give away sunshine. temperatures about the same. maybe a degree or two cooler. not noticeable. same thursday and a little warmer friday. stay above average away from the coast saturday, sunday, and monday. hey, alexis. >> good morning. i want to take a look at the bay bridge commute. other than the toll plaza we're looking great. of course typically how it is, metering lights on at 12:30, all routes approaching that toll plaza and those toll booths are heavy this morning, not any heavier than usual, we don't have incidents blocking. a new problem on westbound 80 coming from the hercules area past highway 4, sunol valley
road sole vehicle crash involving a motorcycle. apparently they are just about off to the shoulder and saying they don't need an plans. that's certainly good news. that should clear quickly. we do have a crash 280, t curve, not better pt it only 14 miles an hour. >> "good morning america" at 7:00 coming up on abc 7. >> rob marciano live with a look at what's ahead. good morning, rob. >> good morning, natasha. good to be with you again, regina reginald. new headlines, questions released special counsel robert mueller has for the president. will the president answer these questions. live with the latest. abc 7 news exclusive interview with actress ashley judd. she sat down with amy to talk about why she is suing harvey weinstein and what she has to say about her decision.
nfl draft pick shaquem griffin is beating the odds and inspiring many. this cheerleader's message to him going viral. we'll have her live. if that's not inspiring enough i may or may not get on a mechanic al bull to raise awareness for diabetes. >> buried the lede. >> you gave reggie a hard time. i know you've been long time colleagues. if you can continue to do that every morning i'm here for that. >> all right, natasha, i'll dig up old memories. we'll share as much as we can. >> all the dirty laundry. >> thank you. >> see you tomorrow. this morning growing calls for epa chief scott pruitt to step down as a whistle ploer says he lied to congress. >> a new report says more than 100 uber drivers accused of sexual assault in the last four years. the company is promising changes to get you safe. >> to get your day in gear
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new developments involving closure of highway 101 and big sur. >> maybe not what we want to hear. it's going to take longer and be more expensive. caltrans bumped back opening target date from late summer into mid september. they are reconnecting section of the roadway buried after a massive landslide at the creek last may. according to the herald went from $34 to $50 million. a second autonomous car company applied for permit to test totally driverless cars. the dmv offered permits last month. one applied april 12th. a second company on paper 23rd. we don't know the names of the company sips the application process is not complete. as congress launches an investigation into epa chief scott pruitt a whistle ploer said pruitt lied to lawmakers.
chmielewski said pruitt lied when he said he never retaliated. ette threatened with dismissal if he didn't prove what he thought were appropriate expenditures of taxpayer money. >> i refused to do it. that was the beginning of the retaliation. one of the expenditures he did not prove of was first class plane tickets to morocco. pruitt is alleged to have improperly spent taxpayer money on those tickets. you can see chmielewski's exclusive interview on "gma." facebook conference kicks off today. what you can expect to hear from mark zuckerberg when he takes the stage this morning. another big day for those electric scooters that are so controversial. the program that's on the verge of being approved. >> we've got a new issue in the traffic center here if you're going to be traveling through the walnut creek stretch southbound 680, a lot of heavy traffic because someone lost a couple of bags of cement. i'll tell
i've got pa bigger fish to friday today. it's my wife's birthday. >> happy birthday, barbara, how wonderful. >> we've been celebrating all week. she gets a week. >> she should have a birthday month. >> it's almost come to that but then again mother's day in a couple weeks. it all blends together. i'm spending a lot of money. let's talk about what's going on, all with love behind it. happy birthday, honey. here is a look what's going on. light rain in sacramento lieding south on 5 in stockton more than likely miss us, could be sprinkles heading from tracy in the next 45 minutes or so. here is a look at accuweather 12 hour planner. it's going to keep us in clouds and sunshine. temperatures are actually going to jump up a little. mid-40s to around 50. stay in the mid to upper 50s around the coast, mid-60s around bay and inland at noon and 69 to 73 at 4:00, mid-60s again at 7:00. how was the commute this morning, alexis. >> not so good. walnut creek new sig alert.
southbound 680, heavy traffic. you look to the middle of the screen, you can see flashing lights. four to five passion of cement. a lot of vehicles hitting that, dust flying all over the place. they have shut down lane number three, one of the center lanes to bring us. street sweper to get that cleaned up. we don't have an estimate how long the roadway will be blocked. i'm hoping this will be a quick pick up there. meantime we definitely have delays building behind it. so once again southbound 680, sig alert at treat boulevard, slow up the interchange coming from concord. next traffic update coming up at 6:40. >> thanks, alexis. happening today facebook's f8 conference. it's the ninth year for the big event. this year will be different. >> we're going to see mark zuckerberg address privacy concerns before hundreds of developers. matt keller live in san jose. matt. >> reggie, a big day today. check out the front of the convention center here. facebook is taking over downtown
san jose once again for f8 developer conference. mark zuckerberg is the keynote speaker this morning. here is what he posted on facebook last night. i'm going to share more about the work we're doing to keep people safe and building services to help people connect in meaningful new ways. can you watch this 10:00 a.m. pacific time. this will be the first time zuckerberg spoke publicly since he spoke to congress. he's going to reiterate apologies in the wake of cambridge analytica scandal that allowed the firm to obtain personal information from 87 million users. at the two-day conference facebook is holding more than 50 sessions for developers and businesses to see what's next in technology. facebook said it's radically rethinking the relationship with developers, trying to strike a balance between social experiences, protecting people's data and
supporting an innovative developer ecosystem. set up details on f8 on our website, nbc nbc. reporting live matt keller, abc 7 news. matt, thank you. 6:32. a member of facebook's directors is stepping down because of the company's privacy issues. jan koom of what's app. he sold what's app to facebook for $19 billion in 2014. >> a live desk update. >> abc 7 mornings. >> i want to show you what's happening in oakland. police investigating a double homicide in east oakland. this is video from overnight while you were sleeping came into our abc 7 newsroom. can you see crime scene 89th and international boulevard. heads up there may be activity out there. you can see heavy police presence overnight. unclear when the deaths were reported. details surrounding those homicides have not been released
yet. we are in contact with oakland police as soon as we get any update i'll pass that along from our live desk. back to you, reggie. new developments on the golden state killer case. they are looking into whether a breakup launched him into his murderous rage. he repeated the name bonnie during an attack over and over, saying i hate you, bonnie. it turns out joseph deangelo was once engaged to bonnie. cold case investigators believes deangelo had a grudge against her. >> we run across a newspaper ner article of an engagement to a bonnie in 19 0. now we have a guy with a bonnie in his life. something happened in that relationship that caused them to part. >> bonnie has now been identified at bonnie ueltzen.
a source close to abc news. she's speaking with prosecutors. uber says it is committed to do more to strengthen passenger safety following sexual assault claims against its driver. 103 accused of sexual assault or abuse in the last four years. each of the drivers arrested or wanted by police or named in civil lawsuits. in a statement uber said, quote, these stories are horrific and our hearts do out to the victims. we worked with cnn to understand their findings and determined that uber did 2.4 billion trips in the u.s. in that same period. >> this morning we're learning what special counsel robert murls wants to ask president trump. >> "new york times" obtained the list with four dispen questions ranging from james koemds to the president's tweets. they developed them after meeting with special investigator's office. >> i met and they went through subject after subject after subject they wanted to ask about. what the president's lawyers did
was wrote all these things and came up with 49 questions. >> you read these questions and you say to your self there is simply no wayhe psident can sit down with robert muell and answer all these questions. >> why? >> because he's going to inevitably contradict himself at the very least. >> the president responded just a couple hours ago. he tweets. so disgraceful that the questions concerni the russian witch hunt were leaked to the media. no questions on collusion. oh, i see. you've made up phony crime, collusion that never existed and an investigation with illegally leaked classified information. nice. >> 6:36 now. happening today oakland city councilmembers will join the community for legal action against nfl and raiders. they will hold the conference on the steps of city hall. the city council could decide whether to sue the raiders over the move to vegas. they argue they ignored bilaws.
they are set to move to vegas in 2020. they will play in oakland this upcoming season. their home for 2019 season remains unclear. happening today san francisco transportation officials will consider implementing a pilot program for the controversial scooter industry. the two-year program would allow up to five permits to be issued. each permit would authorize 500 scooters. riders would still be able to park or leave the scooters unattended on the sidewalk as long as they don't obstruct the public's right-of-way. the permit application would cost $5,000. companies would also have to pay a $25,000 annual permit fee. the board meets at 1:00 this afternoon. >> you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. start with the peninsula, partly cloudy skies and quite a range of temperatures from menlo at 43, redwood city 44, san mateo 47, daly city 47, half moon bay and belmont at 50. san carlos 48. we've got upper 40s and low 50s
along east bayshore, 49 san jose, 46 san ramon and livermore. napa and santa rosa 50, commute planner you'll need sunglasses this afternoon when the sun starts to break through the clouds. some areas this morning you'll need them. south of the bay bridge breezy and choppy. mass transit, cool this morning but more comfort this afternoon as temperatures warm up a little bit, even though still breezy in the same spots yesterday. getting the kids ready. we're starting the same this morning, 46 to 50 at 7:00. 55 at 11:00. low 60s away from the coast. 57 at the coast but 66 to 71 around the bay and inland. speaking of inland here is east bay valleys, some of our warmer temperatures today. near 70 at noon. mid-70s through the afternoon hours to 72 at 6:00 to about 64 at 8:00. all right. bring in alexis here. a couple accidents to talk about. it was quiet but now things a
little more gummed up maybe. >> yes. in fact quite a mess in walnut creek. take a look at traffic camera, a sig alert due to bags of cement flying off a truck. four or five of them, a lot of cars hit that. they have that contained to the far right lane now. it is blocking one of the center lanes. now waiting for caltrans to come out with a street sweeper, though. there you go, flashing lights, southbound 680 at treat boulevard, some very heavy traffic behind that. take a look at that on traffic maps as well and talk about alternates. starting to spill over to 242, no surprise. that is always what happens to the stretch if we have anything blocking one lane. that's not a good area. taylor boulevard to pleasanton hill road if you want to use that for an alternate that will probably save you five or six minutes. not a lot of great options but i am keeping a close eye on that. hopefully get that totally cleared. richmond-san rafael bridge
looking great at eight minutes, 20 san mateo and west 84 dumbarton bridge in the green. mystery solved. owner of homemade submarine found floating in the bay opinion emeryville has come forward. it belongs to a marine submarine nicknamed fang tooth, which i wanto get to the bottom of but we don't have time now. pit goes 30 feet deep and used for volunteer community submersible project. they handed it over to a towing operator. she needs to find $2,000 to get her creation out of an impound lot. how do you steal that and think you're going to -- >> get away with it? >> yeah. earlier when a's announce promotion dates a lot of people focused on may 5th "black panther" possible head night. >> here is the first look.
pretty cool. he glows in the dark. created the possible head in honor of the director of recently released mega plokz movie "black panther." the possible head already selling on ebay over $72. >> hundreds of 911 calls coming in from facebook headquarters. what's going on and how menlo park is dealing with it. >> an effort to overturn california's new gas tax taking a major step forward. it won't be in time to stop a painful summer at the pump. >> a look what's happening on wall street. new york stock exchange down 140 points. we'll check in in a few minutes. >> young basebal crystal geyser alpine springpasses through here,
crystal! [echo] geyser! [echo] crystal geyser. always bottled at the mountain source. naturally. . i want to draw your attention to the area in green. a chunk of energy sliding through the central valley. right now kicking up light rain from stockton up to sacramento. that area could turn into a chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon hours, get some heating, extra energy. up in the sierra it's going to mean snow. in fact you can see new snow fell. it's falling in lake tahoe, a couple inches at the highest elevations. this is going to change over to just some sunshine and clouds tomorrow before another chance of snow tomorrow night. thunderstorms for friday as we
reach 70 degrees. >> now a live desk update with jessica castro. >> we've been watching the video, a situation in brazil making international headlines. a huge fire at an abandoned apartment building in sao paulo brazil. one person dead. there could be more victims. i have been checking throughout the morning and we still only have reports of that one person, that one fatality. police say there were about 150 living or squatting inside of that abandoned building. people missing right now. the 26-story building collapsed. no word on what exactly started the fire. back to you. >> thank you, jessica. the if tax will be on the ballot. enough supporters for the initiative. >> worried that projects in line to get tax dollars will see that money disappear. abc news reporter amy hollywoodfield has been talking with drivers in the east bay.
good morning, amy. >> hi, good morning. yes, we've heard some drivers say we need to pay for road improvements. ots say enough is enough. opponents say and there are many of them, opponents in southern california who have organized an initiative to get this put on the ballot. they have turned over signatures. they say they have enough from people who want voters to have a say on this gas tax. legislators passed it. it went into effect in november. it adds $0.12 to every gallon of gas you buy. here is a sample of what drivers passing through concord have to say this morning. >> new bridges and new records. got to do what we've got to do. potholes and everything else. pretty messed up. >> you think you'd vote for it. >> probably. >> i'm definitely against it. i'm not trying to pay no high gas prices. already high enough. i commute to the city.
i'm definitely not trying to get the gas prices bumped up. >> gas prices on the rise. some analysts agree this could be the most expensive summer for driving in four years. that could help in the fight against the tax. expect take fight from lawmakers and transportation officials who say the money from this tax is already dedicated to thousands of projects across the state. reporting live in concord amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> thank you, amy. >> newly released call logs reveal surprising numbers about the facebook campus in menlo park and 911 calls. in just the last 14 months facebook employees have called 911 about once every two days. max churny from marketwatch obtained these call logs. one of the more serious calls involved a security officer sprayed in the face with mace. business insider crunched
numbers, 911 calls between march of last year. menlo park a good community partner and for the most part a safe place. >> working with facebook as part of their expansion in the city to help support additional officers. it will be supported long-term through their increased property taxes to the city. facebook released a statement that reads, "the safety of our employees is paramount and we work hard every day to maintain a safe and secure environment for our community." new legislation in response to massive equifax data breach is moving through the state legislature. nearly 150 million people had personal info compromised. a bill just approved by senate judiciary committee would give people more time to file claims against companies who expose their personal data. the measure increases penalties on companies that don't adequately protect your information. the bill now heads to the appropriation committee. disney has reached a deal to create live shows on twitter. the partnership will add to twitter's growing video offerings and give it another
way to reach offices. details will be announced this week. twitter stock rose 4% on news of the agreement yesterday. disney is the parent company of abc 7. now onto your morning money report. san jose santana road could be home to new cell tower. >> the hotel would be 11 stories with 105 rooms. these are renderings from the designer. a planning consultant said the hotel has potential in that area because it's so close to proposed google mixed use development. that campus is expected to have campuses, offices, homes, retail and restaurants. amazon close to finding a home for second headquarters also known as hq 2. company officials have cometed visits to the 20 cities on the short list of potential locations. l.a. is the only california city that made the cut. amazon plans to invest $5 billion in the new headquarters and could employ as many as 50,000 people. they haven't said when a final decision will be made. taking a live look at new
york stock exchange as trading getting under way. we're down 140 points, 24,020 right now. investors keeping a close eye on apple today. it will be releasing its latest earnings report this afternoon. it is expected to report that its iphone sales were more lackluster than expected. 49ers preparing for first full season with jimmy garoppolo. >> he signed a five-year deal worth $137.5 million. now we're getting a look at the contract and activities he's banned from doing. check this out. boston globe looked at high-profile deals and found he's banned from basically any high-risk activity, boxing, surfing, using firearms, also pro wrestling. got to protect the arm. >> makes sense. >> one drop kick away from losing your very expensive quarterback. i would have that in there, too. >> yeah. >> curious how that came into it. also, pro wrestling. >> for sure that. can't take any chances, reggie. >> you can't.
>> if we could ensure your meteorology skills we would, mike, that's how valuable they are to us. >> wow. >> help us plan our life this week. >> priceless. >> let's do it. >> okay. let's take a look at what's going on. never more than seven minutes away. here is the accuweather forecast starting with exploratorium. you can see clouds, sprinkles possible as we head to the east bay. i'll show you on live doppler 7. sunny with highs back to average if not a little above average. chance of showers south and east of the bay area, dry and warm pattern develops. here is a look at live doppler 7. places like discovery bay, brentwood and out towards stockton and towards tracy. the possibility of a few sprinkles this morning. the rain did reach the ground at executive airport in sacramento. that's the only place i saw it has reached the ground. there's the possibility. as that slides south today, that's what's going to keep us with a little cloud cover mixed with sunshine. 69 milpitas, low 70s elsewhere,
gilroy 73. on the peninsula 65 to 69. pretty narrow range there. a little warmer at the coast today, around 60 to 62, downtown san francisco and sausalito, low 60s at the north bay along the coast where it's going to be breezy. inland it's going to be temperatures in the mid-70s for the most part. 70 opinion orind, a, fremont 70p everybody else upper 60s east bayshore, 68 oakland, 73 in pleasanton, brentwood at 78. going to the game tonight, padres and giants once again 7:15 first pitch, dropping to 56. mid-40s to low 50s. cloud cover along the coast and shore. accuweather forecast steady temperatures through thursday, a little warmer friday. still above average away from the coast through the weekend. here is alexis. >> all right. i want to head back to sig alert in walnut creek southbound 680 at treat boulevard looking at very heavy traffic on your camera. right in the middle of the screen is where the problem is
at treat boulevard. four to five bags of cement were spilled onto the roadway. a lot of dust kicking up. they shut down far right lane and saying cal tran should be there to sweep that up after 7:00. that back-up lingers. a back-up at the bay bridge toll plaza. metering lights since 5:20. back-up into the maze today. one new issue in the south bay. not much of a back-up yet southbound 280 past meridian. a report of a flipped vehicle off in the ditch. a little onlooker delay on the north side. next traffic update coming up just before 7:00. >> all right. thank you. union b.a.r.t. launching pilot program to clean up unsanitary problem at several san francisco stations. the target elevators which we know are sometimes used asthma shift toilets by people living or sleeping nearby. they are working with community organization to hire elevator attendants.
they will literally ride up and down with passengers and try to direct others to nearby bathrooms. >> you can't have some of the stuff that's gone on here in the past continue to go on here. with that, we're still greeting the people and welcoming them and treating them all with respect and honor. >> the $600,000 program will be split between muni and b.a.r.t., focus on powell street and union center stations. after six months officials will evaluate whether it's worth keeping. a new look at the home in san francisco, the chase center. they show office towers next to the arena as well as what the warriors call the gate house. you see that building that is next to the main entrance on 3rd street. it will include plaza and stadium seating for 250 guests. chase center set to open next year already. time is going by fast. >> you have have to see what happens when pa baseball coach tells a young player to run home as fast as he can. >> we're talking about 3-year-old lennox. watch. like a sloth heading home in slow motion. this video is going viral for
what appears to be passive aggressive response in california. at one point the coach, which is his dad, goes over to encourage him along and brushes him aside and goes right back to his very dedicated but lethargic way of getting to home plate. >> look at the way he finally dives into the base. even that in slow mo. >> there he goes. he he's very careful. i think that's what i appreciate about him. >> he made a point. actions speak louder than words in this case. >> took a full 0 seconds to get from third place to home and we absolute you. >> coming up next seven things you need to know before you go. >> first instagram picture of the day. if you haven't follow us nbc
6:58 if you're joining us out the door. oakland police right now are investigating a double homicide happened on 89th avenue international boulevard east oakland. details surrounding homicide have not been released. >> number two demonstrations throughout the bay area in honor of international workers day or mayday.
rallies and marches are expected to begin this morning and continue throughout the day. >> number three campaign to repeal state's new $0.12 gas tax could be on the way to the november ballot. organizers against the tax say they have gathered enough signatures to qualify and plan to deliver those today. >> number four, facebook founder and ceo mark zuckerberg will make the keynote address this morning at the f8 conference in san jose. notably he's expected to talk about the company's privacy and security issues. >> number five, a chance of sprinkles in eastern contra costa and alameda county over the next hour. otherwise mostly sunny and warming trend away from the coast. >> number six, some good news in walnut creek. we did have a sig alert until a few moments ago. bags of cement have cleared. back-up remains taylor boulevard to pleasant hill for alternate. >> number seven steph curry will likely make his season debut in the game against pelicans. he suffered sprain in left knee
and had to miss 15 games. i'm sure he's champing at the bit to get out there. >> we're excited to see him out there. >> i didn't wear good morning, america. breaking news. special counsel robert mueller's questions for president trump revealed. what he wants to know about trump's businesses, possible obstruction of justice and that meeting in trump tower with the russians. and the white house fires back over that new report that trump's chief of staff repeatedly called the president an idiot. breaking overnight. this massive building, at least 20 stories tall, going up in flames overseas. crumbling to the ground. the race to escape. did a gas leak cause it? abc news exclusive. ashley judd one-on-one as she files that bombshell lawsuit against harvey weinstein, claiming the disgraced hollywood powerhouse torpedoed her career. >> i was being maligned and