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back in america. overnight three men released from north korea landed on u.s. soil greeted by president trump and vice president mike pence. new at 6:00 a.m. we're hearing from the vice president about the emotional arrival. he gets emotional. >> something to celebrate, the fact that we have these guys back at home is wonderful. good morning on this thursday, may 10th. minutes away from my accuweather forecast. . >> here's meteorologist mike nicco. >> a little bit of a seabreeze. clouds have evaporated compared toyesterday. you can see the gray out there, not as extensive. look for more sunshine. here's visual proof as we look from the golden gate bridge and
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notice the flag there. not unfurled as much as later today. temperatures low to mid-50s at 7:00. mid-to-upper 50s throughout the rest of my accuweather 12 hour planner at the coast. 66 to 69 around the bay and inland. milder for lunch. 68 to 74 at 4:00. couple of degrees warmer and nice evening on tap, 63 to 65. time to turn it over to alexis smith. >> pretty quiet morning. enjoy it while it lasts. we're looking at our emeryville traffic camera. everybody heading to the maze likely across the bay bridge. no major issues. volumes pretty light so far this morning. westbound 580 tracy to dublin one route we can count on never being late. one hour seven minutes. dublin to mission boulevard, 16 minutes. 101 to cupertino looking good. couple of issues in the south bay. we'll head there coming up next.
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dozens of people back in their homes after an early morning fire. >> amy hollyfield live for us in the upper market neighborhood. good morning, amy. >> reporter: good morning. i got briefed by the battalion chief and he was telling us about how the fire started in that top unit. look up there. you can see not much left of it. there are four people living in that unit, one person was taken to the hospital possibly for smoke inhalation. i talked to one woman who lived there. she said she feels lucky they got out alive. it was so scary. she thinks it started in the kitchen. looks like maybe an electrical fire. she said there was fire every where and very loud. listen to the battalion chief explain how at first they were not even sure it was a fire. >> a resident statement thought it was a burglary. had a window break and thought somebody was making entry and then heard the fire alarm. she got up and saw the fire towards the kitchen area.
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then she got the rest of the residents out and evacuated. >> the exterior deck was also on fire. firefighters say it was a bit of a challenge to get up there and get this one out. it's on a dead end street on glendale which is off of market. on upper market up from the castro and you eureka valley. a few other units were damaged. they are estimating eight to ten people may be displaced. but letting people in now to assess how bad it is. they are on a case by case basis on figuring out who can stay and who can go. most of the units their damage is water damage from putting out the fire. this call came in just before 2:00 this morning. firefighters are now leaving. they are about done here. reporting live in san francisco, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. those three american men being held prisoners in north korea back home in the u.s. and look at this moment. they appear to be in good
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health. they arrived at joint base andrews while you were sleeping about midnight our time. president trump and the first lady were both there. also the vice president. and each detainee was held for more than a year, quite the ordeal. vice president mike pence sat down with abc news chief white house correspondent jonathan karl shortly after those three men set foot on u.s. soil and he asked the vice president how the men were treated. >> we'll see. they are at walter reed medical center. to see them come out on the platform with president trump and the first lady, to see the joy on their faces, and to be able to greet them on the tarmac was really one of the greatest joys of my life. >> the return of the prisoners is a gesture of goodwill from north korea ahead of president trump's nuclear summit with kim take place some time next month. >> it reminds us what happened
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about a year ago when the last american released of college student otto warmbier. he died after suffering severe brain-damage days after being freed. otto warmbier's parents are suing north korea, alleging they kidnapped, tortured and murdered their son. he was arrested in january of 2016 and accused of stealing a propaganda poster. he was sentenced to 15 years in prison with hard labor. his parents are happy for the hostages but they miss their son. >> hard not to think about him. 6:05. did you feel and earthquake last night? several of them rattled part of northern california. they were centered around guy certificateville. the largest 4.2 at 7:48 followed by 4.0 one minute later. no reports of injury or damage. how an sfpd officer with a sketchy past got into the police academy is raising questions. he filed a harassment claim
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against the department last month. he didn't want to be named because of safety reasons. he was the subject of a napa police all points bulletin five years ago. napa police said he posed as a high level cia agent on a dating website and claimed to be involved in the killing of osama bin laden. a source tells abc 7 news he later applied to oakland police but was kicked out there for quote-unquote untruthfulness in class assignments. >> not arrested and a police report is not generated then you might not pick it up on a background investigation. >> he denies putting himself out there as a cia agent. he denies saying anything about osama bin laden. sfpd is still investigating the harassment claim. police are looking for a man accused of taking photos of female students in a bathroom stall. two women have come forward. in one case the suspect held a cell phone underneath a stall
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and took photos or video tuesday night. that happened around 7:45. ten minutes later another student says the suspect did just about the same thing on her. he reached over the partition to snap photos. the suspect is in his 30s. 5'6" tall. he was last seen wearing a black and white striped t-shirt and walking barefoot. >> another delay for the subway project and forcing workers to pull up miles of train track. >> seems like you're seeing fewer of those delivery robots on san francisco streets. you're right. the reason tech companies are moving them to different cities. >> you are never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. . check out the gorgeous colorful sunrise. today's temperatures jump up a little bit about two to
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. a lot of clouds. tempratures cooler this morning. let's see what you should -- what temperatures you should dress for. 46 in menlo park. daly city low to mid-50s.
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47 at palo alto. livermore at 49. rest is pretty much throw mid-50s. cloudy right now but later on today sunny but temperatures will be around 60 except for santa cruz at 74. yard work get it done today before the weekend. strong sunshine and gusty if you're out playing on the bay. here's a look at the south bay. some of our warmer temperatures. start at 54. up to 68 at noon. hang us in the low to mid-80s to 5:00. drop down to 62 by 8:00. make sure you take your coat if you're heading out this evening or a blanket if you're watching the kids and their activities. south bay, alexis smith is watching a couple of incidents. >> now live to sky 7. they are flying around and checking out things. they are heading to an incident that we've been watching for two hours now. we had a crash on the coleman ramp to southbound 880, not too far from the san jose airport a
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semi went through a barrier. working to get more details. we'll have more information as soon as sky 7 gets on the scene. a new issue, southbound 280 marry mclaughlin avenue. a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed think it barrier. next traffic update coming up at 6 2k4r07 6:20. >> a sub wair construction could be delayed. the contractor working on the central subway in chinatown installed more than three miles of the wrong track. crews used standard strength steel. they are supposed to use high strength steel. this is not a safety issue but more of a maintenance issue. the company was ordered to replace it. the association may not open in december of 2019. it was already a year behind schedule. fire season almost here and
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brought business and labor together to expand career training and apprenticeships, invested in transportation and helped create over 200,000 living wage jobs. antonio villaraigosa for governor. welcome back. just in we're getting some brand-new information on where
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the democratic national convention may be held 2019 years time, it could be right here in the bay area. the dnc reportedly eyeing san francisco as a possible host city. here's the full list. let's take a look. these are reportedly the cities that have put in a bid and that they are considering. atlanta, birmingham, denver, houston, miami beach, new york and san francisco. the selection process will play out over the next year. republicans plan to announce the location of their 2020 convention by the end of summer. back to you. that will be exciting if we got it. this is wildfire awareness week as we get closer to consistent warm weather. fire officials are detailing steps you can take to minimize the damage. crews gathered in santa rosa yesterday. one of the areas devastated by the most destructive wildfire in california history in orange county. fire officials are telling residents to treat red flag warnings as urgently as people on the east and gulf coast treat
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hurricane warnings. most of all to have a plan to protect your family and property. we have ways to prepare your home, what to pack, an emergency kit and other helpful tips at our website, >> state officials will allow whether self-driving cars can test drive to the public. first one would let companies transport passengers in autonomous vehicles with a back up driver present. the second one would get rid of that back up driver. companies must have permits. >> spacex plans to launch a new version of their rocket. it's a big deal because can it be used again and again. elon musk posted this picture of the block 5. last version. it's designed to use ten or more times. the launch is scheduled for 12:57. i guess it's also a big deal because it could eventually help them for their other plans in
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spe since they need to g further away every time theyse them. makes sense? >> recycle when you can. >> absolutely. >> got a pretty picture this morning. we dialed up the pier 39 camera. wanted to see what the sea lions are doing. you can see a couple of them playing there. the other ones are like whatever. it's early morning. hang out. >> they haven't had their coffee yet. >> done look like it. a lot of empty docks or piers. someone must be out trying to feed or eat already. got some good news. because of a partly cloudy skies no delays. drier air. more sunshine and warmth. warmest afternoon still slated for tomorrow and afternoon and cooling begins mother's day. i dropped temperatures down even more. a little breezy if you're out. here's a look at the cloud cover. watch how quickly it dissipates.
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the dry air wipes out most of the marine layer clouds. a lot of sunshine but chilly around san francisco. low to mid-60s. mission could reach 67 degrees. oakland 69. look at all this comfortable weather. the most comfortable weather anywhere will be in the eastbound, i think with low 70s. not too bad over on the peninsula either. upper 60s to low 70s even with the sunshine. still 59 at pacific, 61 at half moon bay. up in the north bay mid-to-upper 70s. r last stop will be our eastbound valleast bay valleys. down to about 78 sunday. and we'll have 70s at the coast and 50s i should say at the coast and 50s around the bay. 70s around the bay, my goodness. we did fine that semi that
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left the roadway early this morning. this crash happened at about 4:40 and still trying to get this cleaned up. this is around coleman avenue and i've been watching the scene. i'm trying to figure out how this happened. we got a tweet early this morning from christopher that said the semi was going 65 miles per hour when it threat roadway and crossed over that barrier and then crashed basically into that median. we've not gotten word on condition of the driver. we do see heavy duty tow truck on the scene. to me it looks like he left that southbound side of the road, went over the barrier and hit basically that median that's off to the side. maybe a bit of the event. on-ramp is still blocked. no major delays and 880 the main line is looking okay. next traffic update coming up at 6:30. >> "good morning america" coming up at 7:00. >> we go live to new york city for a look at what's ahead. >> reporter: great to see you on a thursday morning.
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so good to be with all of you. coming up on "gma" we're continuing your coverage on that breaking news overnight. president trump greeting prisoners released from north korea with a hero's welcome. what he and vice president pence had to say to our john karl. information correspondent accusing tom brokaw of sexual harassment is now speaking out. george sat down with her and she's sharing her story. we're throwing our very own "gma" royal wedding. we are in disneyworld with the special couple. i'm telling you, get the tissues ready. it's all coming up only on "gma". >> i saw you getting into the royal wedding spirit. you told us not to keep your little finger when sipping the tea. >> reporter: you look that up to see what the history is behind it. >> another all organic drive
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through is one step closer to opening. >> new
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you are never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. 7:00, friday evening, through saturday 5:00 in the morning,
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don't be surprised if it gets breezy in your neighborhood. especially about 1,000 feet in those areas shaded in yellow where we could have wind gusts up to 55 miles per hour. debris flying through the year, downed trees and power lines. we know the dangers of smoking. new at 6:00 more research on third hand smoke. residual chemicals left on indoor surface. a new study found that smoke from outside can come in to clean classrooms. settle on the surfaces. toxic chemicals can circulate again through the ac system. the latest in a mounting body of evidence on third hand smoke. it may be ingested and absorbed through the skin even years late per. fast food vegetarian drive through may be sprouting up in another north bay city. the corte madera open up a drive through. this is video of the other
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location. the planning commission recommended the town council make an exception on a town ban on drive-throughs. town council set to vote on that project june 4th. >> your next food delivery in san francisco won't be coming via self-driving robot. the company that has been testing these robots testing in other cities. san francisco passed some of the most restrictive regulations in december. companies are limited to only three delivery robots each. can only be a total of nine. confined to industrial areas. these companies said forget it. uber making plans to restart its self-driving car program. how soon the cars could be back on our roads. >> that new warning geologists have about a possible eruption of hawaii's kilauea volcano. have you seen this emotional moment, three american men detained in north korea coming
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back home. hear from one of those pen about his time. >> take live look from sky 7 in san jose. coleman avenue on-ramp to southbound loed due to a semi crash.
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right now at 6:30 a remarkable scene overnight. three americans imprisoned in north korea are back on u.s. soil. >> a frightening incident at a san jose school after a chemical sickens a dozen students and send some to the hospital. >> sum certificate almost here. which brands of sunscreen top a new "consumer reports" list. >> we got a semi that crashed through that barrier on the coleman on-ramp about 4:40 this morning. they are making some progress but still has a ways to go. not good. >> good morning on this thursday, may 10th. 6:30 and you're nev are never mn seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. . when you step outside this morning a little bit cooler
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thanks to this broken deck of clouds. you see the gray san mateoered across live doppler 7. there's significant drier air. no mist. 49 to 53 my 7:00 spread on my accuweather 12-hour day planner. mid-50s at the coast. a little breezy. at noon not as breezy. a little bit warmer. upper 60s. breezes come back at 3:00. inland about 74 degrees. if you're heading out at 7:00, temperatures in the mid-to-upper 60s. sunsets at about 8:08. take a look at mother's day coming up next. >> i want to head back to sky 7 here over that semi that crashed through the barrier. i believe the semiwas traveling southbound on 880 before it threat roadway. i got a tweet from christopher early this morning saying he witnessed it and estimated that semi was going about 65 miles per hour when it crashed. just hopefully that driver is okay. we did not get an update on the injuries. the only closure we have is the
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coleman on-ramp to 880. b.a.r.t. ten minute delay due to equipment problem on the tracks. next traffic update at 6:40. watching this story for you at the live desk this morning. three americans in prison in north korea back in the u.s. the men arrived overnight at joint base andrews and president trump was there to welcome them. their release is a symbolic move by dictator jeong ahead of the planned summit with president trump. abc news reporter is live in washington with a few more details. >> reporter: president trump so excited to meet and welcome those ex-prisoners he boarded their plane when they landed at joint base andrews. overnight the highly-anticipated moment, three korean-americans detained in north korea back in the u.s. welcomed by president trump. >> it was a very important thing to all of us to be able to get
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these three great people out. >> reporter: the ex-prisners throwing up peace signs, a patriotic homecoming for the men who appeared be in good home. kim dong-chul sentenced to hard labor in 2015. kim hak-song last year. >> we were treated in many different ways. for me i had to do a lot of labor but when i got sick i was also treated by them. >> reporter: the release symbolic and a victory for president trump ahead of his plan summit with dictator kim jong-un. >> he was nice in letting them go before the meeting. frankly we didn't think this was going to happen. >> reporter: secretary of state mike pompeo escorted the men to the u.s.. he was in the north working out the details for the president's meeting with kim. a location and time now set for that summit between north korea dictator kim jong-un and president trump. the president teased that he would announce more details in the coming days.
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one possible location for that summit, singapore. the ex-prisoners are being treated and evaluated at walter reed medical center. we're glad they are home. new details this morning on the golden state killer case. in the next few days prosecutors from four california counties are expected to discuss where suspect joseph james deangelo is going to stand trial. according to the orange county register, law enforcement officials will decide whether he'll be prosecuted in multiple trials, various counties, or the case will be consolidateed into a single trial. so far he's been charged with eight murders in sacramento, orange, ventura and santa barbara counties. joseph james deangelo is scheduled to return to court in sacramento on monday. happening today we're expecting an update on wildfire clean up efforts in the north bay. officials will be in santa rosa to discuss the progress. it has been seven months since the fires killed dozens of people and destroyed more than 8,000 buildings.
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recovery efforts are in full swing now and crews finally cleared the debris from the last fire lot in coffee park on friday. a smoej high schoan jose hi opening normal. >> paramedics took six people to the hospital. matt keller is live for us at oak grove high school. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning. class starts in less than an hour here at oak grove but you wonder if some students are just going stay home from school today. >> sitting on the grass, asthma, i eyes burning, coughing. >> reporter: danielle's daughter was one of the students gotten sick. they reported a strange smell and then had trouble breathing. firefighters moved them to the lawn for treatment as they tried to figure out what was cause ticker. 12 perm were decontaminated on campus. six were then taken to hospital. >> i have two friends that were
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in the classroom. they were in the worse condition because they were coughing really bad and their skin is red. >> reporter: the east side union high school district said they believed it was pepper spray that made everyone sick. unknown number of students that were in the classroom left campus before help arrived. a spokesperson is asking those students to shower and wash their clothing and if they experience any symptoms, to call 911. reporting live in san jose, matt keller, abc 7 news. hundreds of students, parents and faculty held a vigil for a student who died at san ramon high school in danville. ♪ >> 15-year-old ben curry was found at the bottom of the school pool on tuesday afternoon. he was pulled to the surface but attempts to revive him failed. last night teachers tried to comfort the students during a vigil who cannot believe that their classmate is gone. >> we're here to honor ben,
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because he is a life, a life that was loved. and a life that is still loved. and even in death you can love and honor, and we're here to honor ben's family. >> danville police are still investigating how he died. 6:37 now. an update on what's happening in hawaii. geologists there warning that the kilauea volcano could experience explosions in the coming weeks. may send ash and molten boulders flying into the air and those large rocks could hit areas up to half a mile away from is summit. lava floss destroyed 36 building, mostly homes and forcing people living in that area to evacuate. >> you can feel the lava flow under you. we would sit in the living room and feel it just like -- just the vibration. it was strange. >> reporter: hawaii's national guard is patrolling evacuated areas following reports of looting. troops are also monitoring air
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quality for dangerous levels of sulphur dioxide. >> you are never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. temperatures are cooler. some areas not very extreme. san francisco, oakland, antioch and half moon bay about two degrees. towards san jose more significant nearly double digits. that puts us in the upper 40s to low 50s through most of south bay. morgan hills at 56. how about 55 for newark, alameda. half moon bay, san carlos, san francisco, fairfield, livermore with napa. here's a look at pier 39 once again. more and more of the sea lions getting more and more excited out there. no more mist for the driving. ferry ride, small craft advisory once again but the winds even though they are the same speeds they will pick up a little bit later in the afternoon hours. about 3:00 all the way through
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10:00. gusting up to 35 miles per hour. let's get the kids ready for school. have them dress warmer this morning with cooler conditions. by 11:00, whole lot of sunshine with 50s at the coast. then at 3:00 no jacket required away from the coast. low to upper 70s but 57 still at the coast. take a look at the mother's day weekend forecast as temperatures will be a little bit cooler for sun but still trying to make your first mother's day a special one at least weather wise. >> that's very nice of you. thank you. i'm sure it will be special either way. we're looking at some traveling conditions in the south bay here from sky 7. sky map 7 on sky 7. 280 and mclaughlin. we did have a crash on the southbound side of 280 around mclaughlin. a vehicle, reports from the chp it was drivinger r erratically.
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not spotting anything here. that's good news. we did have the far-right lane blocked on that southbound side for almost an hour. so looks like they got things cleaned up and no major residual delays. overall really has been a fairly quiet morning. >> westbound 580 tracy to dublin one hour six minutes. heavy out of the central valley. dublin to mission, stop and go, 20 minutes. 101 to cupertino down to 21. >> uber self-driving cars may be back on the roads. uber ceo briefly touch on this issue yesterday during a conference in l.a. he said bringing back autonomous vehicles will to be done in the safest way possible. uber suspended testing its self-driving cars after one of the cars got into a deadly crash in arizona. company has to apply for a new permit with the dmv. 6:40. bike to work day and next
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everything you need to know before you head out the door. >> alexa do everything for me. the massive project integrating amazon's voice assistant. you're look live at the big board. new york stock exchange, about 94 points up in the green. 24,636. another look at how markets are doing coming u
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the way our teachers make us feel at school makes us want to come back the next day. from the janitors to the campus security. they participate, too. to make us feel like connected. we are all together. my school is really like a community. i appreciate my teachers because they don't only teach me inside the classroom, they teach me about life. one of the most influential people at my school are the campus security technicians. it's just everybody coming together. narrator: exactly why the california teachers association believes strong public schools make a better california for all of us. thank you.
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we'll start with high fire danger developing in the sierra from salt lake tahoe all the way down to just to the east of bakersfield. those same breezes are coming our way and i'll show you more of that coming up in the big weather. let's focus on palm springs. 103. sunshine down in san diego and los angeles. mid-to-upper 80s through the central valley. 79 in yosemite. let's take a look what's going on in tahoe as thunderstorm season is starting and hang around for five straight days. chance for some wet weather. we're going from white to brown to green rather rapidly in the high country. early morning wake up call for dozens of people in san francisco. a fire forced people in an upper market apartment building to evacuate from their homes around 3:00 a.m.
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>> amy hollyfield spoke to one who lot of everything. >> reporter: good morning. it's very obvious where this fire started, that top unit. one of the woman who lives in that unit told me they all feel lucky to be alive. four adults live there. one was taken to the hospital suffering from smoke inhalation. she told me she heard breaking glass. she heard pilatlates breaking. she thought it was an intruder and then realized her home was on fire. everyone had to evacuate. >> i was asleep and i woke up to a fire and my roommate banging on the door and i madly ran out. >> reporter: how are you feeling? >> disheveled. i need go to work to distract myself. >> looks like eight to ten people total have been displaced. >> reporter: firefighters got the call just before 2:00 this
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morning to come to this dead end street called glendale. right off of upper market up from the castro and valley. reporting live in san francisco, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. happening today the two suspects accused of murdering a 19-year-old woman than dumping her body on the side of the road are due to appear in court. 19-year-old daniel gross and 25 elderly melissa leonardo are scheduled to enter their pleas at 9:00 a.m. they are charged with stabbing the 19-year-old multiple times february and leaving her on the road in livermor investigators say she named her killers with her dying breath. her father is expected to attend this plea hearing. >> the santa clara city council will address allegations of sexual harassment against a council member. councilman is a sivg
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complaints go back to 2002. he denies the allegations. according to the bay area news group the council may censure him or demand he resign. he's running for a seat on the santa clara board of supervisors. seems a safe assumption most of us know cannabis and pregnancy don't mix. however, a new study by the university of colorado of dispensaries in colorado recommended to treat morning sickness. it's not just wrong but dangerous. marijuana use during pregnancy could bring on slow brain development. >> to a summer sunscreen alert. "consumer reports" releasing their best brands for 2018. one of them is just five bucks.
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dermatologists is talking about it on "good morning america" and revealing the three picks. >> here the top picks in the lotion category are, drum roll please, la roche. called melt in sun melt. $36. the equate lotion, $5. topical spray from trader joe, $6. >> the french sunscreen for 36 bucks. consumer report says using the best sunscreen won't protect your skin if you don't use it properly. use at least a tea spoon for every body part and you have to reapply every two hours. >> can you not spray it in my face. i'm right behind you. i don't need that in my face. maybe you will need sunscreen today as you head out on your morning drive if you're participating in bike to work day. thousands of cyclists will be on bay area roads.
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one of the most popular biking events of the year. hundreds of energized stations will be set up to give bikers snacks and a quick bike checkup. every time we invest in infrastructure and make cycling safer people get on their bikes, they ride, they have fun, they are healthierer and as you said it's good for the environment. >> more than 400 energizer stations will be available through all nine bay area counties. for a list go to our website, apple making it even easier to get streaming tv without a cable subscription. >> apple will allow you to subscribe to netflix through the tv app. lot easier than the current process which requires you to download a third-party app and subscribe through the specific service app. apple plans to introduce the new feature within the next year.
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amazon could help save sears. two companies announceed anno c partnership. the offering will be available at sears auto centers and several major cities including san francisco. eventually sears will expand that option across the country. take live look at the new york stock exchange right now trading getting under way this morning. up about 82 points right now, 24,624. keeping an eye on oil prices again today. they've been driving the markets every day since president trump announced he was pulling out of the iran nuclear deal. iran, of course, one of the world's biggest oil producers. you've been tweeteding us about this the nation's largest home builder is raising the bar making smart technology a standard feature in its new homes. >> lenar said all house will be equipped with amazon's alexa. it will have built in wi-fi, thermostats.
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each house comes with two device, echo show, and an echo dot. yesterday lenar unveiled new model homes including one in vallejo. >> control a whole lot of your life. >> we had an impulse buy and got the light bulbs. pretty cool. >> it changed my life, honestly. the light turns on in the morning right when my alarm clock rings and gets me out of the bed. pretty nice. >> full on or fade up? >> i'm usually sound asleep. i don't know. i wake up. it's light when i wake up. >> you just don't bounce out of bed at 1:30 in the morning bright eyed and bushey tailed. >> i think it's got great applications if you have kids. you can turn off everything. if it could mow the lawn. talk about what's going on
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weather wise. speaking of doing some landscaping, some lawn chores. get the yard looking really nice for mom during her weekend. here's a look at pier 39. i want to show you some fun this morning. oh, sure now they all just lay down and do their thing. they were active pretty early this morning. of course you can watch this any time you want on our website. here's a look. blinded by the sun. more sunshine and climbing highs. cooler and mainly clear tonight. breezy for mom's day. let's start our microclimate. 80 in gilroy. low to mid-70s for most of the south bay. san jose at 74. 66 at millbrae. that's our spread on the peninsula. 72 in redwood city. cool sunshine or cooled sunshine temperatures near 60 along the coast. mid-60s downtowns, south san francisco and sausalito. mid-to-upper 70s through the upper valleys. shore near 70s.
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oakland and berkeley upper 60s. how about 75 to 81 is our spread in our east bay valleys. tonight lack of clouds. temperatures running from upper 40s to mid-50s. you are never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. reaches the coast. breezes drop us back in the 70s. cooler with a chance of drizzle on wednesday morning. ought be interesting for the commute. >> we are doing all right. no major issues. we really haven't the entire morning. we are certainly enjoying that while it lasts. 7 miles per hour on 205. 12 miles per hour on 580 if you're leaving tracy. thinking about mass transit, ace has been on time. metering lights are on as of 5:22 this morning and i don't see them turning them off any time soon. quick check of mass transit. b.a.r.t. ten minute delay on
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fremont line. that's due to an earlier equipment problem on the tracks. they got that fixed and in recovery mode. this morning the white house condemning iran and what it says is a rocketed attack against israeli citizens. vice president mike pence sent out a tweet saying that he supports israel in their right to defend themselves. the israeli military said this morning it has in turn attacked near a lot of different iranian military installation. attacking some areas in syria. in response to what is called a barrage of rockets. this would be the first time that we've seen this type of direct conflict between basically israel and iran in such a long time and this comes just less than two days after president trump withdrew the u.s. from tern nuclear deal. >> we'll be watching that.
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we'll switch gears and watch this. baby panda. he is fine. >> had some trouble in a three hanging upside down. yikes! and the branch snaps. he bounced right back. guess what de? he climbed that tree once again. >> i love the way he shakes his head like no-no. >> then he's like, you k
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6:58. if you're just joining us here are the seven things you need know. number one look at this incredible moment. three men being held in north korea are now back on u.s. soil. they landed at joint base andrews overnight. president trump and first lady melania trump were there to greet them. number two developing news in san francisco where a fire broke out on glendale and market street. here's a live look at the apartment building. the top unit is destroyed philanthropy red cross is helping eight to ten people who are displaced. classes will resume this morning at oak grove high school
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in san jose after several students were sickened by pepper spray. 12 had to be decontaminated on campus and six were taken to the hospital. number four, no mist but cooler conditions when you step outside. plenty of sunshine and temperatures just a little bit warmer than yesterday. we're looking live at sky map 7 on sky 7. crew heading northbound on 880 into the oakland area where we have reports of a brush fire around the high state on-ramp to 880. not seeing any slow down yet. number 6, pedal power will rule the streets. it's bike to work day and thousands of extra cyclists will be on bay area roads. the goal is to get more people to think about commuting on bikes. >> giants game will be broadcast on facebook. many fans who don't have facebook accounts are not happy with this. live stream will start at 10:00 a.m. i see the upside. you're at work and you want to
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take a look at what's going on with the game. >> we won tell your boss. a live look outside. you can see some golden light. >> "good morning america" starts right now. good morning, america. breaking news. the three american prisoners held captive in north korea released by kim jong-un now back on american soil. >> we're starting off on a new footing. this is a wonderful thing. that he released the folks early. >> a hero's welcome from president trump and the first lady overnight. what life was like in captivity and what the president is hoping for next. tornado alert. reported twisters flattening buildings across the midwest. now that severe weather is on the move. washington, philadelphia and new york in its path. the woman accusing tom brokaw of sexual harassment now one-on-one telling her story. what she's saying about brokaw's


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