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changes you may notice this morning. we're live at oracle arena where the stage is set for game one of the nba finals. you can see the sea of yellow there. >> that means the dubs are back on abc 7. we have the countdown to abc's coverage at the bottom of your screen, less than 12 hours away. first we've all got to get through the day. meteorologist mike nicco is here to help you get going this morning. hi, mike. >> it would be nice if the breezes would help get through the day quicker so we can get to the game. we're gusting, 13 at concord, 18 at livermore, 17 in mountain view. the winds, they kept blowing overnight. they brought a broken deck of clouds with them and the possibility of very light drizzle. i experienced some earlier this morning. as you look at that picture, it's looking less and less likely as the clouds are really that thick. 48 to 55. a little windchill this morning. look at these temperatures, mid 50s to 60 at noon. increasing sunshine but the
temperatures still chilled, 56 to 63. by 7:00 this evening, mid to upper 50s. let's turn it over to sue and tell you about the commute. >> high wind advisory for the altamont, san mateo bridge, bay bridge and benicia bridge. two separate accidents, the one near 242 just cleared out of lanes but the damage is done. take a look at the backup there. we had a accident accident westbound 4 near somersville. that's still out there for an hour and 20 drive time. hopefully that will be improving as the first accident is cleared. give yourself plenty of time. no great alternate unfortunately for you there. >> thank you, sue. warriors fans have been waiting for this all year long. the nba finals start tonight. >> the team held their final practice yesterday. this morning oracle is ready for the fans. >> abc news reporter amy hollyfield live in oakland with
our first look inside of the arena. good morning, amy. >> good morning, natasha. look who i have. look who is paying us a visit. the trophy the warriors will start fighting for tonight and who we are hoping they will be taking home. wouldn't this look good in the trophy case again, another one of these? that game tonight in oracle arena. we have video of the warriors practicing yesterday. they say even though this is their fourth time to play the cavs in the championship, they say they expect a very different game, a different series. they say every team is different. they expect tonight will be about learning about the cavs and figuring out how they can make adjustments. players also tell us they love playing at home. >> home court makes a huge difference. i don't know why. i don't know what happens. guys always seem to play better at home. i know i play better at home. just being able to sleep in your own bed, getting to know the
environment, feeding off the crowd, the energy they bring you, is always big. >> reporter: it really likes like the finals in here. you see all the shirts. a sneak peek of what the fans will get tonight. notice it ss finals 2018. looks pretty good. one more time, here we go. go warriors. game tonight here at oracle arena. live in oakland, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> you look great amy. >> abc 7 the only place you can watch the nba finals. coverage at 5:00 with "dubs on 7" pregame. nba countdown takes over at 5:30. tip-off at 6:00. stay with us for the game." "jimmy kimmel live!" at 10:00 p.m. and a special edition of abc 7 news at 10:30. new this morning, fire investigators in san jose looking into what sparked this
fire at an office building. this is at the corner of capital and lake view avenues. this fire began about 2:00 this morning. they got it under control in half an hour. we know at least the california teachers association appears to have offices inside this building. there's a sign you see there outside of the building. firefighters found no one inside when they arrived. no injuries have been reported. they have remained on scene for several hours checking for hot spots. back to you. thank you, jessica. crews worked overnight to contain seven fires burning in east contra costa county. one of the main issues they're dealing with, the strong winds. cal fire says the fires are 35% contained. several structures are destroyed. it's burned more than 500 acres so far. here is a look at the area where the fires are burning. they started just after 1:00 yesterday afternoon. fire officials reopened byron highway at 8 last night. given the strong gusts, people in the area are thankful there's
been minimal damage although there will be some rebuilding. >> the posts are done for about 200 feet. those all have to be replaced. that's a big deal because we've got animals, livestock. >> he says the firefighters have done an amazing job and mike nicco says the winds will progressively die down. the cause remains under investigation. a group of san francisco police officers ak cued in a racist texting scandal. >> the racist, sexist and homophobic texts were sent by officers seven years ago. a court ruled that the department waited too long to punish the officers. an appeals court overturned that decision yesterday. 6:05 now. this morning, secretary of state mike pompeo will continue meeting with the top north korean official in new york city. we're less than two weeks away from the planned summit between
president trump and kim jong-un. whether it will happen may depend on this meeting. the state department released these photos. on gma this morning, abc reporter ma that radditz says he needed special permission to enter the u.s. >> a former spy chief believed to be behind the sony pictures computer hack and the sinking of a south korean navy vessel. >> he's the highest ranking north korean official to visit the u.s. in nearly two decades. still major concerns about the toxic cleanup at hunter's point. san francisco's mayor says you should move there any way. it happened again. the leads police are chasing after a south bay church gets vandalized for a second time. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. the warming trend is on the way.
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. let's talk temperatures and see how warmly you should dress this morning. down in the south bay, mainly low to mid 50s. we have los gatos at 44, morgan hill at 48. with the breeze it feels three to five degrees cooler than that. low to mid 50s about everywhere. 47 in bodega bay. what will you be doing today as far as activities? a little drizzle on the camera on the golden gate bridge as we have clouds roll through. if you're doing yard work or exercising, nothing extreme today. if you're on the bay, small craft advisory. the winds continue at their current pace, even faster, gusts to 30 miles per hour at times through about 9:00 this evening. getting the kids ready? low to mid 50s and mid to upper 50s at 11:00. ought to be great for outdoor activities. mid 50s at the coast. low to mid singts elsewhere.
a couple of tough commutes this morning, mike. we have a wind advisory for the altamont pass and an hour drive from tracy up and over the pass into the dublin-pleasanton area. westbound 4 into concord from antioch, earlier accident near 242. that's been cleared out of lanes. check out the long line of red sensors. that's very slow traffic with a secondary accident in the back of that. westbound 4 near somersville, that one has yet to clearment you're looking at about 1:45 to get from antioch westbound on 4 into concord. that's a brutal commute. if you can wait a bit, that's the best advice we can give you. thank you, sue. the shipyard development at hunters point in san francisco may have had its share of problems. but mayor mark farrell says he would recommend the place to friends and relatives. the chronicle reports the mayor and city staffers toured the site yet. the epa and navy are in the
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6:14. we have new developments in danville after an explosion in the parking lot. the atf joining the investigation to try to figure out what happened. an explosive device damaged two cars sunday night on diablo road. our media partners at "the mercury news" reports atf officials will help out. nobody was hurt. a south bay church is asking for help after a vandal shattered a window and left a pile of hypodermic needles. this happened on memorial day. church surveillance cameras shows a man walking from st. james park to the church. he picks up a concrete utility access cover and hurls it through the window. no word on why he did this. fortunately no one was inside at the time. the church office manager discovered the damage on tuesday morning and called police. b.a.r.t. is taking new steps to try to make sure urgent
cleaning takes place on its trains. >> at mcar sure station a dedicated cleaning team is stationed. there have been many recent complaints in needles and other issues, station hallways and trains. b.a.r.t. says the team members can quickly intercept the train, clean messes from the cars as the reports come in. a team will be stationed at lake merritt. all five lines go through either lake merritt or macarthur stations. starting monday, there will be a report bio hazard feature. if you went out for sushi on tuesday night, you may have run into blames. some members of the cavs dined at pabu. there's a bit of a curry connection here.
. >> it all comes together. >> bottom line is we're watching. we're getting reports of where you're dining. >> i'm sure they were talking intensive strategy while they were eating sushi. >> moving around with the chopsticks, pick and roll. >> i like that. that's good. let's move on and talk about the weather. 6:17 this morning. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. going to be fun tonight. so many of the nba players are friends off the court now unlike they used to be. that's interesting. look at the flags on the ferry building. they unfurled this morning as the sea breeze will keep us chilled once again. it's also going to bring us a mostly sunny afternoon. now, today will be our coolest this week. tnight will be our coolest this week as far as highs and lows go. we eeld have building heat as we move through the weekend. let's take a look at the cloud cover out there. you can see how quickly it dissipates. by noon mostly sunny just about everywhere. we'll hold through 4:00. 7:00 you can see a few clouds along the peninsula coast.
that's about it. temperatures today in san francisco, downtown is 59. the mission is about 60 along with the marina. south san francisco about 60 and sunset about 59. oakland 62, record cold high temperature is about 57 back in 2008. peninsula today, redwood city 62. your record cold maximum temperature is 64 setback in 1971. gives you an idea of what we're dealing with, almost historically told temperatures today. record cold is 62 in san jose from 1929. you have to go back 80, 91 years, something like that. in livermore 64. record is 60 back in 1929. our last stop is santa rosa. milder temperatures in the north bay, mid to upper 60s. don't be surprised if the heater kicks on tonight. mid 40s to low 50s. my accuweather seven-day forecast. temperatures rebound tomorrow and get kind of hot saturday and
sunday. they pull back to milder temperatures monday, tuesday and wednesday. no chance of rain. but there's a chance of traffic. here is sue. >> yes. it's called job security, right? lots of it always out there. it seems to be getting worse. the bay bridge toll plaza, sun is coming up, metering lights on at 5:26 this morning. the car pooling lanes whizzing by with no delay. otherwise looking at a good solid 12 minutes behind the toll plaza to pay your tolls to get into san francisco. let's go back to our trouble spot this morning. westbound highway 4. first accident cleared. that was near 242. still with a backup remaining totally almost to antioch where we had a second accident westbound 4 near somersville. drive times looking about an hour and 20 minutes at last check. eastbound 24 before the caldecott tunnel we had an earlier stalled big rig that had bore one closed. that's been cleared out of lanes.
sensors are green heading in the eastbound reverse commute direction. "good morning america" coming up at 7:00 here on abc 7. >> let's check in with ginger zee live from new york city with a look at what's ahead on the show. >> hey there, reggie and natasha. nice to be with you on thursday morning. coming up on gma. a lot of rain on the east coast. two dead and two missing after flash flooding and mudslides. more storms and heavy rain on the way. just found out there are actually at least three people missing in virginia this morning. lts the latest in the fallout over roseanne barr's tweets. we'll tell you what john good man has to say about the show's cancellation. a big day on gma. our ultimate diy wedding. within very special couple tieing the knot live in times square on a friday eve. you don't want to miss it. all coming up on gma. >> we have a question for you. >> are you wearing blue to
going on as far as your temperatures today. anywhere from 6 to 16 degrees below average. look at livermore, 64. you're supposed to be about 80 degrees today. give you a heads up if you're over towards oracle tonight. about 5:00, 59, breezy conditions. when you step out, 55 and still rather brisk. make sure you have that strength in numbers -- sorry, strength in numbers is this way. your hoodie on when you head out there and enjoy the game. >> you look like steph after he sinks a three. if you see smoke in alameda, it's probably a planned exercise. >> the alameda fire department holding training at alameda point. they say light smoke may be visible in the area. the training runs from 9:00 this morning to 4:00 in the afternoon. fire officials sayer if you do see smoke and you're not sure if it's the exercise, don't hesitate to call 911. now to the white house and a poignant question from a young journalist from the bay area about what the president is
doing to make kids safer at school. >> -- to worry about the fact that we or our friends could get shot at school? >> i think as a kid and certainly as a parent, there is nothing that can be more terrifying for a kid to go to school and not feel safe. i'm sorry that you feel that way. >> that is stunl journalist benje choucroun drawing an emotional response from white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders. the 13-year-old has this to say about the question and answer. >> i really thought that her answer was really authentic, showed how she was really a human being and i look forward to seeing what steps the white house will make to resolving this issue. >> i don't think anyone in that room saw that question coming. it was a great question. the seventh grader says he wants to continue his career as a journalist when he grows up. s he's a student at marin country
day school. hats off to you. he's done a good job. >> i think our profession could use him. >> absolutely. a health alert from the american cancer society. it's recommending people get screened for colon cancer at 45, not 50. >> it's increased 51% since 1994. many cases are people in their 20s and 30s. on gma this morning, dr. jennifer ashton says the reason for the increase isn't known. >> there are theories, does it have to do with diet, with obesity? it's not really clear. we know there are other factors that increase the risk of colon cancer, family history, genetic mutation inflammatory bowel disease, diet and red meat consumption. >> early screenings can help. many colon cancer patients don't show symptom until the cancer completely blocks the intestine. find out what you can do to
lower your risk coming up at 7:00 on gma. the upcoming melissa mccarthy movie "happy time murders" can keep the tag line "all sesame, no street." they tried to argue the r rated movie is trying to capitalize on the reputation and good will of the classic kids show the judge says there's no evidence to suggest movie goers will confuse the two. what actor john goodman has to say about roseanne's racist tweet. surveillance video showing man on the scene of a massive fire in the east bay. >> the president heading to texas to see victims of the latest school shooting. jessica? >> a live look at that time nation's capitol. the president is on his way to texas to see some of the victims of the latest school
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survivors of the santa fe high school shooting. john goodman now speaking about the controversy that took down a hit show. ready to rumble. inside and outside oracle arena decked out. >> tip-off less than 12 hours from now. abc 7 is the only place you'll see it. >> welcome to thursday, may 31st. >> alexis is off this morning. the rest of us are here to get your morning started. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. here is meteorologist mike nicco. >> hi everybody. starting with a little cloud cover out there. a few breaks in the cloud deck. you can see the gray doesn't cover all of us. the clouds are out there, that are out there, every once in a while dropping really light drizzle. the thing you'll notice the most, still breezy, cool out there. as we go through my acc seven-day forecast, only 60 with increasing sunshine at noon. that sunshine tempered by the breezes. mid 60s at 4:00.
this evening outdoor activities in the mid to upper 50s. check of the morning commute as i bet you do, too. here is sue. >> we're taking a look at slow-and-go traffic. better news on westbound highway 4. we had two separate accidents. the second one has been cleared, the earlier one about a half hour ago. unfortunately the damage is done. you're looking at about 1:05 to get westbound from antioch into concord. hopefully that will be dissipating shortly. just a reminder, abc 7, we've got the coverage of your warriors game tonight. there's also an a'same this afternoon. there will be a shift in fans. be prepared for slow traffic on 880 past the coliseum today. >> hopefully all those fans will be very happy today. now we're turn to something that is just awful. it has happened again. a family finds out their loved one was found dead in a stairwell at sf general hospital. >> this time it was ruby lee
anderson, a patient with dement dementia. a similar accident happened five years ago that led to security changes. matt keller live with more now that the investigation is under way. >> reporter: two children say their family is in deep shock. investigators are trying to figure out how this could happen again. >> we're very concerned this happened. we don't know how this woman gained access to the area where she was found. we're absolutely looking into that. >> that area was the stairwell of the hospital's power plant building which is not supposed to be accessible to the general public. 76-year-old ruby lee anderson suffered from dementia and was being treated at one of the department of public health facilities on the campus of zuckerberg san francisco general hospital. something similar happened five years ago. the body of 58-year-old lynn spalding was also found in a stairwell in the hospital building after she had been
missing for 17 days. daifrd perry was a good friend of spalding. >> i can't imagine what the family of this poor woman is going through. more to the point, what this poor woman went through. you go to a place of healing and you're supposed to be safe. as for anderson, the medical examiner will determine the cause of death. live in san francisco, matt keller, abc 7 news. it's 6:34 now. developing news this morning, the coast guard reaching out to the public to try to figure out the source of debris that's washed ashore in pacifica. >> some of the debris is marked with the words barka and rio. abc news was in the area where the items were kfrd. crews also found lifejackets and clothes. the coast guard has no reports of accidents orr missing boats. the coast guard is searching for a possible shipwreck and are
asking for anyone who may have more information about the debris to give them a call. the oakland fire department hazmat team had to be called after multiple chemicals were found inside a building while cal fire was looking for illegal fireworks. this happened last night. the fire department tweeted photos of the team taking samples from the unknown chemicals and testing them. they were eventually removed. no word if any arrests were made. the atf says a huge fire last month at a concord building under construction was intentionally set. >> surveillance video showing this suspect shot moments before the flames began shooting out of the building. the bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms is offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect in this video. tim nicholas and his family were among 250 residents of the neighboring renaissance square apartments who had to be evacuated in the middle of the
night. >> have grandkids with me. i think twice at night before i go to bed. it's scary knowing there's people out there doing something like this. it's crazy. >> fortunately no one was seriously hurt. the fire caused an estimated $355 million in damage. we're hearing from actor john goodman. he says he would, quote, rather say nothing than cause more trouble. >> in a series of tweets, roseanne barr said she's sick over the controversy. barr denied that she is a racist. abc canceled the reboot of "roseanne" earlier this week after barr sent a racist tweet. new at this hour, the president making his way to texas. he just left on air force one to make his way out there. this is brand new video that we got during our newscast. president trump will visit survivors and victim's families of the deadly san jose high
school shooting that happened two weeks ago. ten people were killed there. the white house says president trump is taking action on gun violence in schools, but it's unclear exactly what his administration plans on doing. just yesterday, though, the texas governor announced a plan to increase law enforcement in schools and propose reducing entrances and arming educators. a new poll showing separation in california's governors race. >> this poll by the institute of government studies find lieutenant governor gavin newsom expands his lead with 33% of likely voters in support. republican john cox in second with 20%, and he's seven points ahead of former los angeles marianne tonio villaraigosa who is at 13%. the top two finishers will face off in the november general election. the last call for alcohol is a step closer to getting pushed back to 4:00 a.m.
the state senate approved a bill that would give seven cities the option to allow bars to serve until 4:00 a.m. right now it's 2:00 a.m. san francisco and oakland are the only bay area cities allowed to move the closing time back. if it becomes law, it would take effect in 2021. pg&e cruise on the watch for power problems caused by the i understand. they were on the scene last night in concord where strong gusts knocked down power lines. about a dozen customers lost power for a while. outages also reported in walnut creek with trees toppling power lines. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. my neighbor's birch tree toppled over last night. thankfully didn't cause any damage. 49 in daly city. you get up in the hills, you can see in los gatos about 44
degrees. weather wise, it looks like you're driving into an abyss as you drive across the san mateo bridge. the light drizzle to deal with, the caution there. mass transit cool to cool today. ferry ride, brisk if you're outside on the deck. a couple of games going on. the day game at the coliseum, 60, warming, you'll get burned easily on a day like today because your skin will never feel hot because of those conditions. then at 5:00, "dubs on coming out at 9:00, 55 and breezy. dress accordingly. sue will come in and tell us about the morning commute. >> once again, highway 4 has been a trouble spot most of the morning with two separate accidents. the better news is now that both those accidents have been cleared. you've got a solid line of traffic from antioch all the way to concord for about an hour
drive time. believe it or not, that's better. it's improving. toward redwood city and the ambulance towards edgewood, a problem with a stalled bus and a car slammed into it. it's blocking the middle lane. you're experiencing slow traffic along that stretch of 280. normally not a problem. not this morning though. here is your drive time westbound into dublin highway 580 is improving, down to 51 minutes. there's your drive from highway 4, antioch into concord and into san francisco from marin county, just under 20 minutes. not bad at all. we'll check on the peninsula accident with an update in a few minutes. sue, i know you can relate to this. do you get nervous when your phone battery is zooming towards zero or do you feel like a part of you is missing when you leave your phone at home? you could have a full-blown case of anxiety associated with your cell phone.
>> i certainly am an addicted cell phone user. i think some apps are probably more addicting than others. i think they're built to be addicting. >> there's a special name associated with this new typ oef phobia. ironically there are apps on your phone that can help with your anxiety. i'll explain on a special report on abc 7 news at 11:00 pride is weeks away. how apple is helping to celebrate. i think we're going live to oracle arena. they're setting up that net. we are 10 hours and 45 minutes away from our coverage of the warriors game. >> dub nation showing warriors pride on social media. we want to see more. post your photos and videos
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say no to the nra and yes to common-sense gun laws. weaving your own shoes...rgy by out of flax. or simply adjust your thermostat. do your thing, with energy upgrade california. when the worst oil spill hit san francisco, first responders went to work. and mayor gavin newsom, he went to hawaii. man: newsome left the day after the spill for a four-day vacation in hawaii. the same gavin who said his job as lieutenant governor was so dull,
he only showed up for work at the state capitol one day a week, tops. gavin's not gonna work as governor. . the potential is there in the high desert of video of maybe semis being pushed over by a 50 to 55-mile-per-hour wind. let's hope that doesn't happen. breezes there and also in vegas. low to mid 90s.
the 90s are gone from the central valley. fresno down to 80. monterey sunshine this afternoon. 72 in yosemite. a look at tahoe. you can see what little snow is definitely going to be gone by this weekend when temperatures hit the 80s. thank you, mike. just over 11 hours dubs fans will be rocking oracle arena for game one of the nba finals. >> the warriors and cavs meeting for theourth time in four years. a series you can only watch on abc 7. abc 7 reporter amy hollyfield is live inside oracle arena. >> i found a seat for you. there are tickets still available on ar yors.com. this courtside seat such a bargain, only $24,500. what do you think? you'd have a great view of game one. you'd be very close to these guys, our warriors. we have video of them practicing yesterday. they say that are so happy to have home court advantage, saying it really does make a difference. they're going to be coming up
against the cavs for the fourth time. very different. >> obviously it's been four times. but it is a different team. so it's the finals. it's the finals. championship is on the line. i think that's probably the freshest part. >> reporter: shear the finals shirt. finals 2018, every fan tonight gets one of these. you can see they are on every seat here including this court seat. i found a few cheaper seats available. the cheapest, way up there, $316 for those. not a lot of bargains tonight. but still tickets available on warriors.com. if you want to pay, you can be right here courtside. >> amy, i have one question for you. do you have money for me?
>> reporter: i'll call you later. >> i'll expect that call at 7:00 a.m. abc 7 the only place you can watch the nba finals. coverage starts at 5:00 with the "dubs on 7" pregame show. "nba countdown" at 5:30. tip-off at 6:00. stay with us for "toyota after the game." jimmy kim lel liveality 10:00 p.m. and a special edition of abc 7 news at 10:30. san francisco mayor mark farrell will announce his budget proposal for the next two fiscal years. >> that includes $8 million for more 911 dispatchers. the mayor wants 90 more dispatchers of the next two years. dispatchers currently answer calls within ten seconds 88% of the time. the national standard is 90%. the call center in san francisco is understaffed.
dispatchers work over time and holidays to keep up with an increasing volume of calls. a santa clara company is ready to open a factory. >> sf motors announced plans to remodel a plant in indiana. sf motors will spend $1670 million to buy, renovate and retool the factory. sf motors unveiled two all electric suvs during an event in santa clara in march. uber ceo says the company set to go public next year. he told cnbc the company is in a good position in terms of profitability and margins continue to improve. the ipo will likely happen in late 2019. a live look at the new york stock exchange right now. you can see we are down about 121 points. one thing that could have a big impact on the markets today,
president trump. he's expected to impose steel and aluminum tariffs on the european union as early as today. eu officials have promised to retaliate. sears announcing overnight it will close at least 72 stores, maybe more. if you're just waking up with us, this comes after sears reported a $424 million first quarter loss. sears also owns kmart, by the way. sears says they'll announce a list of which stores will be affected sometime later today. we expect that announcement around midday. meanwhile here on my computer, i want to show stock numbers since we were just talking about the stock market. you see on the nasdaq they're down about 10% right now. you can see their stock at just a little over $2.00 per share. back to you guys. >> thank you, jessica. june is pride month. apple celebrating with a new pride face for the apple watch. it won't be available until
monday. the colorful strings actually do a wavy dance with every touch. apparently if you change the day for june 4th, the pride display shows up as an option. be warned, changing the time on your watch can have bad consequences including loss of help data. the person who shared this says he got the it by doing an update. there's a museum of ice cream. >> why not at this point have a museum dedicated to netflix. the los gatos-based streaming service will let fans journey through the world of "stranger mings" and "the crown." it will only be open for three days, june 15th through june 17th. the first round of tickets are already gone. organizers say more tickets will be available next thursday. >> i'm going to get right on
that. you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. here is mike nicco. >> i'll visit that right after the louvre and the smithsonian and your favorite, the ice cream. here is a look at what's going on. down in the south bay it's pretty gray. let's look in the north bay. this is the trend that's going to take place as we head through the morning and afternoon hours. increasing sunshine. as we look south on 101, coolest day this week, broken cloud deck, calmer conditions tonight, will be our coolest night of the week. and then, yeah, the heat is going to make a brief appearance this weekend. temperatures today mid to upper 60s in the south bay. 66 at san jose, 70 in gilroy. low to mid 60s. as you get towards millbrae, the cutting breezes keep you 59. they start at about 56 in pacifica. as we look at downtown san francisco, about 59. we'll have mid to upper 60s through most of the north bay, nearing 70 in santa rosa. 62 to 65, a narrow spread on the
east bayshore line. as you move inland, 65 to about 70 in antioch and brentwood at 71. as far arz tonight, mid to upper 40s in our deepest valleys to low 50s around the bay. the breezes will be stout once again, all the way through about 7:00. then they calm during the overnight hours. oe of the reasons it gets so cold tomorrow. but another reason why it gets warmer. without the breeze blowing off the ocean water, we hit the 70s and 80s with 80s and 90s for the weekend. going back to our traffic maps. looking at highway 4 which is improving, believe it or not, with an hour drive time from antioch into concord. we had a couple of earlier accidents there and they've been cleared. to the peninsula we go, northbound 280 near edgewood. a solid backup. a stalled bus was hit by a car. they're waiting on a big rig or heavy-duty stow truck to get the
bus out of there. an accident in the clearing phases westbound 580 right before the 680 junction, the interchange there. you can see a bit of slow traffic backing towards hopyard on westbound 580. a look at your drive times, richmond-san rafael bridge, not too bad. your dumbarton bridge. we have a wind advisory on the san mateo and bay bridges as well. a youth football team traveling from san jose to idaho when they jumped into action to save a woman trapped in a flipped-over car. >> the boise black knights were on the way home from a championship game yesterday. they came on this crash on i-95 in oregon. they helped a man out of the car but saw a woman was still trapped inside. look at their combined strength.
they got together and lifted the car and freed the woman. these boys are just 13 years old and the state senate approved a measure to create a bank. cannabis is illegal under federal law. as a result pot dealers have to do business using cash. that leaves them vulnerable to fraud and crime. it also makes it harder for the state to tax them. the measure now headed to the assembly. a small town in the bay area has a new title. wealthiest community in california. welcome to los altos hills where there's a lot of wide open space and horses and room to roam. the median household income there is $243,000. that's almost four times higher than the state average. many homes are worth at least $2 million. almost 85% of residents have at
and tony thurmond for now. state superintendent. who lift up our california dreamers.key... facts and figures.sthinkingt. ithe race for governort. has turned into a scam. gavin newsom's trying to elect a republican who was endorsed by trump. and villaraigosa's being bankrolled by a handful of billionaires. it's everything that's wrong with politics. and none of it is helping struggling families. here's my pledge to you. i'll keep our budget balanced. invest in affordable housing. fight for universal healthcare. and stand up to donald trump. as governor, you can trust me to do what's right- because i always have.
it's 6:57, here are 7 things you need to know before you go. number one. firefighters in san jose put out a fire at the california teachers association building on capital avenue this morning. the cause of the fire is under investigation. >> number two, crews worked overnight to contain seven fires burning in east contra costa county. wind gusts up to 50 miles per hour helped fan the plans yesterday. the fires are 35% contained. number three, expecting to learn new any tails after a missing woman's body was found in a stairwell at zuckerberg san francisco general hospital. ruby lee anderson has dementia and was reported missing more than a week ago. number four, sears announced it will close at least 72 stores. the specific location announced later today. number five, tperatures
cooler than average. within a few degrees of record cold maximum temperatures. number six, we're watching your morning commute with a problem on the peninsula near edgewood on northbound 280. we've got back-to-back games today at the coliseum with a's and warriors tonight. expect delays on 880. number seven, strength in numbers. game one of the nba finals, meeting for the fourth straight year, tip-off at 6:00 p.m. you can watch the game only here on abc 7. i do have breaking news to tell you about. the trump administration has just announced the u.s. will impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from europe, canada and also mexico. now the european union promising to retaliate. we'll be following that. obviously very big story. >> that should have effects on the market. the president is in texas today, in houston for a fund-raiser and
meeting with the santa fe victims. it will be interesting to see what he says about that. >> of course the stock market already down this morning. >> we'll be back in 25 minutes with an abc good morning, america. the urgent search under way right now for two people swept away in this virginia flood. the rescues overnight and mudslides turning deadly destroying this home in north carolina. now more rain on the way. the flash flood warnings across the east coast this morning. armed and dangerous. the manhunt for this suspect accused of gunning down and killing a sheriff's deputy then going on the run. and president trump heading to texas this morning to meet with families of the victims killed in the high school shooting. and the emotional moment as a 13-year-old confronts the white house about guns and schools. >> there is nothing that could