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sfo. we're live at the airport getting details on this live incident. meteorologist mike nicco has a look at your day ahead. >> let's take a look at the fog. it's very thick. we're getting close to novoto. visibility is zero to about 1 mile in that area to 2 miles in half moon bay. that will be around for the better part of four hours or so and then we'll have hazy sunshine and quite the afternoon. 82 to 92 inland. let's find out if the commute's getting you hot under the collar. here's sue. >> not yet. a couple of spots, though. we take a look through the fog
at the east shore freeway. 80 to macarthur maze. everyone is moving along until you funnel into the bay bridge. we'll go back to walnut -- pardon me, the concord area, westbound highway 4 where we had an accident partially blocking the lane there. chp working to clear it out of lanes but seeing slow traffic westbound through 4. an amber alert is in effect for a 6-year-old boy. we'll get right to the photos. modesto said he forced his way into his ex-girlfriend's home and took their son jayce cosso. police are also looking for renee quijada, a person of
interest. cosso is expected to be in a ford fusion, black. a plane that was about to take off from sfo spilled fuel onto the tarmac and passengers were forced to deplane while crews cleaned up the mess. abc7 news reporter amanda is live at sfo with the details. amanda? >> reporter: yeah, jessica, there was quite a few bits of movement in the last few minutes. you can see the plane still parked at the gate, gate two in the distance. a few minutes ago inside of the terminal we saw some action, some activity. people were standing at the gate desk and you can see them walking away. we saw them walking away looking very defeated this morning after having to wait more than four hours for that flight to mexico city. i want the to get you to some twitter video we were able to
pull together just before 2:00 a.m. a passenger tweeted this video saying gallons of fuel leaked from the plane. passengers were on board when the fuel began spilling from the airbus. he said the smell was pungent and obvious. passengers were finally evacuated from the plane. when we got to sfo before 4:30, it was easy to see dozens of passengers on the flight. crews were working around the plane to get the fuel cleaned from the tarmac. sfo initially said there were plans for a 4:30 departure but that does not seem to be the case. in fact, flight aware says the flight has since been canceled. duty manager confirms 10 gallons of fuel leaked from the plane. we reached out to volaris for comment. within the last five minutes, i want to say, we saw passengers
walking from that terminal headed back into sfo. again, looking very defeated. they've been waiting for about four hours for that flight to take off, for any action, really. we're hoping to connect with some of these passengers who walked away from the seemingly canceled flight. i'll have another live update in about an hour. reporting live from sfo, abc7 news. >> thank you. developing news. the president is standing behind his supreme court pick calling the sexual misconduct allegations against brett kavanaugh political. >> this morning on "good morning america," sarah sanders talking about the controversy. >> last i can remember, we're still a country where you're innocent until proven guilty unless you're a conservative republican. it's absolutely shameful what the democrats have done. dianne feinstein could have done this in a. more structured process. instead waited until the 11th
hour and playing political games with people's lives and i find that to be disgraceful and disgusting and she certainly needs to shoulder a lot of the blame. >> this comes as a third accuser gets ready to come forward. some time in the next two days the woman is expected to described sexual misconduct involving kavanaugh in the '80s. the other two accusers are palo alto university professor dr. christine blasey ford and kavanaugh's former classmate deborah ramirez. abc news news spoke to kavanaugh's freshman roommate who said kavanaugh was a heavier drinker and became aggressive and belligerent. we'll have much more coming up at 5:30. in the bay area, community workers are making sure -- new
efforts by political and school leaders. >> there should be no abusers in public office. >> stanford law officer who led the recall of judge perske. >> women are 51% of the registered voters in this country and we, frankly, do not have to accept elected officials representing us who don't take sexual harassment, violence against women, domestic violence seriously. >> on monday bauber launched enough is enough. >> the way we'll get real change is to go to the polls and vote. >> schools play a really important role in the development of young children. >> reporter: marianne is the superintendent county supervisor. she sent out this e-mail, urging school leaders to start conversations to make it clear
to students that sexual assault is wrong and that everyone has a role in ensuring the safety of the community. after 30 years in education, she says she's now seeing the conversation change about howl young men and women should appropriately interact. >> perhaps things that were considered a normal part of growing up and learning how to get along and be in a relationship and develop romantic relationships has certainly evolved over time. >> that was kate larson reporting. rod rosenstein will meet with president trump thursday to discuss his future at the white house. rosenstein's job was in question after allegations he wanted to secretly record the president. rurmsz circulated about rosenstein's possible resignation or firing but no decisions will be made about his employment until he and the president speak face to face. if rosenstein leaves his post, the current solicitor general noel francisco will take his place. they say he's an experienced
lawyer, staunch conservative and has successfully defended trump's policies, including the travel ban, before the supreme court. he got his start as a clerk for scalia and part of george w. bush's legal team. power lines started a grass fire in the south bay. pg&e says they're working to see what happened, according to the mercury news. the 40-acre fire started sunday afternoon. we told you about it yesterday on our morning show. multiple homes were threatened at one point but none were damaged. two cal firefighters have minor injuries. you're never more than seven minutes away from the accuweather forecast. you're taking a look at peninsula temperatures where we're starting off cloudy at 8:00, 57 degrees. 10:00 at 65. full on hazy sunshine and mid to upper 70s noon through 6:00. back down under the stars.
that's where we'll be as we head towards the 8:00 hour. one thing i want you to remember is we do have above 1,000 feet in the areas you so he in red, a high fire danger through 5:00 this afternoon. critical fire danger conditions mean gusty winds and low humidity. let's take a look at temperatures. we'll start in the east bay valleys where we have pretty much low 50s through the san ramone valleys. livermore, 53. same in pleasant hill, moffett, 57. mid-50s from san francisco down to san jose. up in the valleys in the north bay, mid to upper 40s. here's a look at golden gate bridge. it's a "spare the air" day today, if you're out and about. cloudy and mild at the beaches and light chop if you're out on the bay. let's talk about the morning commute with sue. >> pretty good on the san mateo bridge, 14-minute drive from
hayward to foster city. you can see the bright caltrans sign broadcasting an amber alert. getting everyone's attention this morning. we'll have more on that in the abc 7 morning news. san rafael paths civic center towards central san rafael for about a 19-minute drive from novato across the golden gate bridge. better news in the pittsburg/bay point area. we have an earlier accident blocking the right lane. looking at 30-minute drive westbound from antioch into the concord area. on a related note, this is transit week. a celebration of the public transportation options but the first day it didn't go quite as planned. public officials planned on taking public transit to city halibutl but a muni bus didn't
up, making those two walk to a b.a.r.t. station to make it to the conference on time. so many depend on public transit. >> what i experienced planning this ride-along is all too familiar for tens of thousands of people, single mothers who end up late, picking up their kids. first-generation college student who loses their job because they were late a third time. we are working to fix that. >> it took officials from each of san francisco's 11 districts nearly an hour to arrive using public transit. a shakeup at starbucks. the big change the company is planning. amazon is facing issues over angry employees. coming up, why some workers aren't happy even after getting a raise. >> goo
♪ his boy elroy. with instant acceleration, electric cars are more fun to drive and more affordable than ever. electric cars are here. plug into the present. let's take a look at the air quality. we are under a "spare the air" today and again tomorrow. it looks like that change in the temperature will bring us cleaner air by the time we get to friday. let's get more news from jessica. >> trouble is brewing at starbucks. bloomberg reports the company is reorganizing and planning corporate layoffs that will start at the top levels. a memo from the ceo to employees says changes will begin this week and carry on into november.
starbucks is trying to reverse stagnant sales. in july starbucks said sales increased just 1% in its latest quarter. tesla is churning out thousands it of model 3s but the cars are stuck at the factory. ceo elon musk said on twitter saying there's an extreme shortage of car carriers. tesla started building their own to take care of the problem. some employees from amazon are saying it's just damage control following criticism over how the company treats its fulfillment center workers. according to "the washington post," the pay increases range from 25 to 55 cents an hour. in fact, one employee tells "the post," it is the first raise he's received since he started working for amazon in the year 2013. amazon says, quote, wage
increases are standard practice and says full-time workers make an average over $15, including stock and incentives and bonuses. the median worker was paid $28,500 last year. bill cosby is about to learn his fate. the iconic actor is expected to be sentenced today after being convicted of sexual assault. here's abc's stephanie ramos. >> it's judgment day for the man formerly known as america's dad. sxit a handful of protesters, a faint smile as bill cosby walked into court monday. a judge will decide if the now 81-year-old comic will spend the rest of his life behind bars after a jury found him guilty of drugging and sexually assaulting former temple university employee andrea constand. cosby has insisted any sexual
relations were we'll have more on the trial coming up at 7:00 a.m. with your "gma" first look, stephanie ramos, abc7 news. according to c-net, google is adding a news feed called discover to its mobile browser. it will bring up content you might be interested in on the google home page. it's been a busy week for sports in the bay area. some good, some of it bad, very bad. >> here's the good. the oakland a's are going to the playoffs. the team clenched a wild card spot last night. home field advantage is still being determined. 49ers confirmed their worst fear. jimmy garoppolo is out for the season with a torn acl. >> the team also lost its starting running back due to a
torn acl before the season started and the san francisco giants are looking for a new head of baseball operations after firing general manager bobby evans. the team is on its way to another losing season. a little good, a lot of bad. >> at least we got the warriors starting soon, right? >> yes. the golden state warriors are back and ready for a new season. the first regular season game in exactly three weeks. the team met the media yesterday and the team say they're ready for their final season at oracle arena, knowing their future is a bit uncertain. >> nothing lasts forever in this league. we've always said we want to keep this going as long as we can and we're in the thick of it. >> my sole focus is to win another championship and enjoy the ride along the way because it goes by fast as we all know. >> you just have to enjoy the moment, enjoy the now because there's going to be so much speculation as to what's ahead. nobody knows what's ahead. >> the latest championship
banner is ready in the rafters and the warriors kick off their preseason at home against the minnesota timberwolves this saturday. they take on the oklahoma city thunder for their first regular season game on october 16th. >> they also play a game at the s.a.p. center in san jose and they have a kevin durant sharks bobblehead. they had a steph curry one a few years ago. now kevin durant. >> pretty couldle. >> thanks for getting me one. >> i'll pick it up. >> you can buy it on ebay, just like everybody else. >> he i saw a quote by klay thompson, with impending free agency coming up, and he says people going to free agency are looking for the situation i have. why would i leave? >> more money. >> well -- >> possibly. he's winning championships so -- >> you asked why. more money is always the answer. >> you're right. let's move on and talk about what's going on outside. we have more sunshine and warmth in your forecast. that means more money if you
have solar panels. there's a look at accuweather hue lights. we have fog and hazy sun and a summer spread. 60s to 90s. comfy temperatures tonight. patchy, dense fog and cooler with a chance of rain. what? put a question mark at the end. i'll show you in the seven-day forecast coming up. let's focus on what's happening today. you can see the fog getting thick over the next hour to hour and a half. it will take over the bay in the north bay valleys. by noon it's back to the coast. like yesterday it will be stubborn at the coast. you'll see a little sunshine from time to time. maybe not as much as yesterday. let's take a look at our temperatures. we'll start in the south bay. mid-90s around morgan hill and gilroy. 70s around millbrae and san mateo. mid to upper 60s along the coast. near 70 in downtown with mid to low 70s in san francisco and sausalito. about 20 to 25 degrees warmer with upper 80s to low 90s in your valleys.
along the east bay shore we have 76 at richmond. as you move inland, low to mid-90s in the east bay valleys. cooler air tonight. my accuweather seven-day forecast, temperatures moderate by thursday. saturday and sunday, a couple of our longer-range models are picking up on a chance of rain. that's something to keep an eye on. >> we're start out with a b.a.r.t. delay due to police activity at the bay give yourself extra time, ten minutes at the bay fair. richmond/san rafael bridge is looking light making your way eastbound. that's 280 in san jose at the 880 overcrossing. those headlights sneaking up
from cupertino from downtown san jose. overall traffic maps are showing some slowing out of the central valley and on the 680 grade, sunol grade, looking pretty good. a heads up if you rely on caltrain to get around. starting next month, two san francisco stations will have weekend service impacted. includes to fourth and king street station and the 22nd street station will also be closed so workers can work on caltrain's election project. this will go every weekend from october 6th through next spring. next, the 7 things you need to know as you start your day. b.a.r.t. is taking a page out of muni's book when it comes to ideas how to protect riders. these googles aren't meant to help you sleep better on a
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5:25. here are the 7 things to know before you go. number one, a flight from sfo to mexico city is canceled after the plane spilled fuel onto the tarmac overnight. passengers on volaris flight 927 had the cabin -- the cabin had a pungent odor and then they had to be evacuated. an airport spokesperson says 10 gallons of fuel spilled. the fire danger continues to be high in the areas you see in red right here, which is mainly above 1,000 feet until you get to the lake and solonos counties. this goes through 5:00 this afternoon. number three, bay area fire crews tell us they are especially worried because of the red flag warning. they're on high alert. the oakland fire department says they have crews patrolling the oakland hills. number four -- brett kavanaugh says he has no plans
to withdrawal his nomination for supreme court. two women have come forward and aus kood him of sexual misconduct. number five-170,000 people are descending on downtown san francisco for the dreamforce conference. howard is closed between third and fourth. and number six, we're looking at a b.a.r.t. delay. 10 to 20 minutes. it's in recovery phase due to police activity at the bay fair station. this is in the dublin, pleasanton, richmond and daly city directions. the last day to register in california is october 22 pd. coming back with another 90 minutes of news with new details about the expansion of california's fire network.
some b.a.r.t. officials think they have a way to keep riders safe and it's unarmed ambassadors. forget fogust, we moved fogtember. one airline is getting futuristic with its in-flight entertainment. good morning. thanks for joining us on this tuesday, september 25th. we all agree, whatever takes away the boredom. we'd wear wherever. >> that's true. >> i totally agree. someone like me looks out the window a lot because of the cloud formations and stuff but i you can't get a window windoww seat -- >> i sleep the entire way.
>> i envy you. >> today you get up, it's cool, foggy and makes you want to stay in place. look at that. less than an eighth of a mile visibility. it's even spilling over across 37 in napa. here's the way it looks from the exploratorium. we're starting lower, 50s to upper 40s. 74 aren't the bay. 61, we stay steady at the coast today. let's find out about traffic with sue. >> we are definitely in the recovery phase. we had police activity at the bay fair station. you're looking at 20-minute residual delays. give yourself a little extra time through the fog you're seeing the stream of headlights
as you make you way westbound on 8 the 0 from golden gate fields into the macarthur maze. metering lights have been turned on at bay bridge plaza and about a 30-minute drive on the 80 corridor from highway 4 into san francisco via the bay bridge. >> thank you. judge brett kavanaugh says he has no plans to withdrawal his nomination for supreme court. >> in an interview with fox news, kavanaugh and his wife addressed the sexual assault allegations against him. lana zak joins us live from washington. >> hi there, matt and jessica. president trump continues to support his supreme court nominee, brett kavanaugh. he tweeted his support overnight, writing that democrats are leveling false accusations, trying to destroy, he said, a wonderful man. judge brett kavanaugh is not waiting until thursday to tell america his side of the story.
>> i've never sexually assaulted anyone. i did not have sexual intercourse or anything close to sexual intercourse in high school or for many years thereafter. >> so you're saying that all -- through all these years in question you were a virgin? >> that's correct. >> reporter: with his wife by his side, kavanaugh spoke with fox news. >> i am not questioning and have not questioned that perhaps dr. ford at some point in her life was sexually assaulted by someone in some place. but what i know is i've never sexually assaulted anyone. >> reporter: kavanaugh says he will not bow out. >> i'm not going anywhere. rbd are r >> reporter: on thursday america will hear from dr. blasey ford, his accuser. in a letter she writes, while i am frightened, please know be my fear will not hold me back from testifying. grassley writes back, both of you deserve a credible and fair process. adding in handwriting, p.s., i
look forward to your testimony. there is also now another accuser, deborah ramirez, a former classmate of kavanaugh's at yale university. he says kavanaugh exposed his genitals to her at a drunken party. kavanaugh denies this allegation as well. now, ramirez's allegations are also -- have become the subject of a hot debate across the nation. kgo met up with somebody who knew both kavanaugh and ramirez, he was actually kavanaugh's roommate at yale. he said he believes her and in his experience, he believed that kavanaugh and his social circle were capable of the act she described. reporting live from washington, lana zak, abc news. >> what did kavanaugh's wife -- she was there in that interview. what did she have to say? >> well, she was talking about how difficult it has been on them as a family. she talked about what she's had to tell their children.
remember, kavanaugh has daughters. she said fundamentally her advice to them was just to remember who their father was. we'll be in washington, d.c., for christine blasey ford's testimony on thursday. developing news in modesto. police say a man forced his way into his ex-girlfriend's apartment and took their son, jayce cosso. he's believed to be in a 2012 black ford fusion. information on the car is up on the highway signs including this one in san jose. you'll see it on your way to work this morning. police say they're also looking for this woman, renee quijada, a person of interest in this abduction. b.a.r.t. is exploring a new way to patrol trains. it's considering unarmed civilian ambassadors. according to "the examiner," the
b.a.r.t. police department is asking to hire 54 more officers to patrol the systems. they are also going to ask for b.a.r.t. ambassadors to patrol the platforms. the meeting is set for thursday. happening now, bay area firefighters are on a very high alert because of the red flag warning. >> abc7 news amy hollyfield is live in san ramone where they've seen a couple of fires over the past few days. >> hi, matt. they're ready, though. they don't have all their fire stations. tey have sent some out to be there when the calls come in and when the fires start. that tactic paid off. in san ramone, this was the second of two fires in 24 hours. firefighters from all over the bay area were called in to be part of the strike team when the calls came in because of that
red alert in effect right now. in oakland, firefighters are out roaming the street. they are especially paying a lot of attention to the oakland hills above highway 13. >> we notified all of our hill companies and all of our flat land companies to be ready to go, to make sure all of your wild land gear is on the rig, it's all there, ready to go. residents are also enkoushcourao be ready to go as we head into a busy time in the fire season. people need to be careful when using barbecues. firefighters said they were worried about the wind gusts and what they could do overnight. in san ramone, it's very calm, very quiet.
you'll find some gustier breezes creating the red flag warning. that continues through 5:00 this afternoon. we'll start on the peninsula which is becoming increasingly covered with fog this morning. you have low to mid-50s no matter what side you're on. we have pretty much mid-50s. look at oakland, hayward, 55, san jose. 51 in san ramone. napa's temperature has gone up, as have san rafael's. now that the fog is in, you're in the low 50s. here's a look at the san mateo bridge. we're looking west. you can see you're looking through some haze and fog out there. it's widespread everywhere but our east bay and south bay for now. ferry ride, hazy, and 60s at the coast to 90s inland. san francisco, foggy and 51 at 8:00. we'll see a little sunshine by
10:00. and then we'll get hazy sunshine and mid-60s to 70 degrees at the coast in the afternoon hours. here's some of our warmest temperatures. 82 at noon and hanging around the 90s for the afternoon. it falls down to 73 under the stars at 8:00. i want to bring sue in. >> we have rain in our future? >> i was going to tease that. i forgot. i am tracking a couple of -- wow. you really grabbed onto that. appreciate that. tracking some change -- say change that could bring us some rain in the back half of the accuweather forecast. thank you. >> i'm looking forward to it. i like the change of seasons. >> i think a lot of people are, especially for the pollen and the fire. >> we have a b.a.r.t. delay that we're hitting on this morning. we have a 20-minute residual delay. they are in the recovery mode. that's in all directions leaving bay fair station this morning. give yourself plenty of time. they are in recovery mode. . as we head to the richmond/san
rafael bridge, we're looking good with an eight-minute drive across the span into san rafael. no delays at the poll plaza. as you look at the gold. gate bridge w he had thick fog over the span this morning. still some clouds over the waldo grade and limited visibility up and over the span. four lanes in the southbound direction and two lanes in your northbound commute. we'll check in with an earlier accident in the pittsburgh area in a little bit. 170,000 people are descending on downtown san francisco for the dreamforce conference. the annual event is put on by salesforce for its customers. ceo will deliver the keynote address this morning. howard street is closed between third and fourth street so expect heavy traffic in the area. dreamforce goes through friday. a warning from the fbi. a new scam targeting direct
we have it until 11:00.... 2.4 million people until 5:00 this evening. temperatures mid-90s through the central valley. those breezes, 74, that's pretty warm for them in eureka. here's my seven-day forecast with some wild swings in tahoe from 80 wednesday to 60 bhon a chance of rain. >>? the south bay, a san jose police officer has filed a lawsuit alleging racism in the department. the officer nabil haidar is lebanese and says he's been referred to as isis, lebanese bomber. he says he's faced retaliation since filing a complaint with the city but in a statement the city has said, quote, based on the claim filed by mr. haidar with the state department of fair employment and housing and our subsequent investigation, we have not seen a basis for liability against the city.
in the north bay we're learning more about an expansion of the fire watch cameras. this is video from aid camera in yolo county. these cameras give crews crucial details about wildfires. pg&e is paying for nine new cameras in sonoma, napa and marin counties. they're expected to cost up to $750,000. the goal is to have them up and running by the end of the year. in the east bay a battle is growing over a proposed ikea store in dublin. >> you can see the rendering of what the finished store would look like. the city's planning commission will consider the project tonight. ikea already owns that land at the intersection of interstate 580 and hacienda drive. a company spokesperson says the dublin store would be smaller than the ones in emeryville and east palo alto. while some people say they would welcome this popular store, opponents claim its popularity would actually cause big problems for their community.
>> according to the document, they'll attract 18,000 vehicles on weekends. that overflow is going to clog dublin boulevard and 580. and then it will become a nightmare. >> ikea claims it will do whatever is necessary to ease traffic congestion. the national transportation safety board will detail how a canada air landed on a crowded taxi way at sfo. last july the jet was cleared to land but instead landed on a taxiway, missing one plane by 40 feet before aborting the landing. now to a warngs from the fbi about a new scam targeting your direct deposit paychecks. according to the fbi, here's how it works.
scammers send an e-mail posing as a human resources employee to obtain their log-in credentials and once people give them the information that they need, they log into the payroll account and change the user's bank information. to cover their tracks, scammers turn off notifications that alert people of any changes. the fbi is saying if you get an e-mail that doesn't look right, contact your employer directly before providing any personal information. the co-founders of instagram are resigning and will leave the company in a matter of weeks. they made the announcement yesterday. late last night they issued a statement hinting what's next, saying they plan to take some time off and, quote, building new things require we step back, understand what inspires us and match that with what the world needs. facebook bought instagram in 2012. mark zuckerberg says he's looking forward to what they
build next. today is national voter registration day and twitter has launched be a voter campaign. everyone logging on will see this message. it has a link to voter registration page. the last day to register in california for the november midterm election is october 27 -- 22nd, rather. there's a new entertainment experience on alaska airlines. >> some passengers are getting a chance to dry new virtual rality headsets right now. alaska teamed up with in-flight entertainment company skylights for a five-day travel. first class passengers get to sit back and relax. it's happening on ten flights through this thursday. no word on if or when alaska plans to offer this on more flights. it can make it seem like you have more leg room than you possibly have as well. i know it's first class so you have plenty of that, but that would be nice for us tall guys, right? >> yes, i would enjoy that. you probably more than me.
i am shorter than you are. let's talk about what's going on weatherwise because we've got some issues out there. we have the red flag warning. we talked about that. we have thick fog, really dangerously low visibility through the north bay valleys but it's mainly north of san rafael that you can see. 101 looking south towards the golden gate bridge. the fog will pick up. that's my first highlight. summer spread, 60s to 90s. the fire danger will taper tonight and high temperatures will tumble starting friday. we still have our hottest days ahead of us today and tomorrow because we not only have one high pressure, we have two of them governing our weather. this counterclockwise flow is barely throwing a little marine layer at us. that's why we're so foggy this morning. the high pressure pushes down on it and that's what's creating it. it will create a lot of sunshine and sinking air tends to heat. you can see what it does in gilroy. santa cruz, 68 with a lot of cloud cover. our spread in the south bay, 82
in milpitas. 84 from millbrae to redwood city. near 70 in downtown, south san francisco and sausalito. 84 in san rafael to about 93 in cloverdale. along the east bay shore, 76 in richmond. our last stop will be 91 in san aramone to brentwood at 95. we'll be in the upper 40s and 50s tomorrow morning. look how hot it gets. 90s inland, 80s hang on for friday, and saturday and monday, i'm tracking the chance of rain. sue? >> love the change of seasons. let's take a look at b.a.r.t. experiencing a 20-minute delay due to police activity. that's in all directions. they are in recovery mode. hopefully next time we check back we'll see improvement there. there's your drive time from highway 4, hercules all the way into san francisco. that includes your bay bridge backup. metering lights were on at 5:20 this morning.
you can see the carpoolers, as usual. necessity are just whizzing right on by without a delay. overall, we are seeing some slow traffic out of the central valley and westbound on highway 4. as a matter of fact, let's take a quick look at some of our drive times. just flipping to red, one hour westbound on 580 into dublin. just under 30 minutes. antioch into westbound 4. "the chronicle" reports they will ask to extend b.a.r.t. to 24th and mission. starting in february, b.a.r.t. trains will begin running an hour later at 5:00 a.m. due to overnight construction. transit agency will offer bus service at 5:30 a.m. many workers say it's not enough to help them get to work on time. retrofitting is expected to take four yearss to complete. new at 6:00 -- getting rid
of the gas tax. a new effort to save you money and how organizers would still pay for billions of dollars in much needed roadwork. first, lawmakers very close to helping everyone whether it comes to shrinking seat space and leg room on planes. plus, bts impressed all of us when they took over the bay area.
sharks. 60s dropping to 57. first pitch, 7:15. we told you a few months ago about congress working on a bill that would stop airlines from stopping shrinking seat space and increase leg room. the bill also makes it against the law to put a live animal in the overhead bin. members of the k-pop band bts are showing they're much more than just pom stars. >> the group appeared before the united nations general assembly yesterday to discuss their love myself campaign. they spoke about how they overcame their insecurities and they urged other young people to do the same. the appearance was part of a new unicef program that will offer education and training for millions of young people. and bts took the bay area by storm, who could forget that? now their sights are set on new york and they'll perform live in times square on "good morning america" at 7:00 a.m., certificate your calendars, your
alerts, your reminders, sue. >> they're so cute. >> they're so cute and so big. >> yes, they are huge. let's check in with b.a.r.t. once again. still experiencing 20-minute delays due to police activity in the dublin, richmond, daly city at the bay fair station. heads up there. we are continuing to monitor that for you this morning to san jose, highway 87, you can see the airport, runway up to the far left of your screen. this is moving nicely both directions of 87. we're not experiencing too many stalls or accidents. i hope i didn't just jinx it. here's rz a look at walnut creek where it's 52 degrees under clear skies. 12th and possibly 13th "spare the air." the rain starts saturday morning. this is the lesser of the two models. the other model completely washes with rain and drenches us
monday. that's hard to do this time of year. we'll keep an eye on it. if you haven't yet, make sure to check your freezer after the massive recall. they are sold at safeway, sam's club. cargo recalled the beef saying it could be contaminated with e. coli. more information at abc7news.com. don't have time for a workout? qui ten minutes may be enough. passengers from a volaris flight strand at sfo. a new problem for tesla this morning. how elon
we have red flag warning in some spots, huh, mike? >> yeah, that's the big story. here's a look at areas in red above 1,000 feet. in solanis county it's down to o 1,000 feet. santa rosa, petaluma, eighth of a mile. three around half moon bay. we have some dangerously low visibility there. that will continue through the morning commute. we'll be cloudy at the coast, low 60s. 73 to 79 around the bay from noon to 4:00. at 7:00, upper 70s inland. cool, upper 50s at the coast. here's sue with a look at the morning commute. >> we still have this b.a.r.t. delay, about 20 minutes in the recovery phase. police activity at the bay fair station. that apparently has been cleared up but b.a.r.t. is delayed all directions out of bay fair. 20-minute delay. slowing up on highway 4 westbound. all the usual slow spots.