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it is friday morning. hallelujah. august 2nd. thanks for being there. >> as always, you're smins. here is mike. we'll start with the winds. they'll tell the tale this morning. pretty stout. double digits sfo, concord into fairfield. that's brought in cloud cover once again. measurable drizzle out there. you may need the wipers from time to time. look how low the clouds are sitting as we look south from our roof camera. temperatures in the upper 50s to low 60s at 7:00. drizzle will stop. we'll see sunshine a little quicker today than yesterday as the high pressure starts to roll back. look what it does to our temperatures by 4:00. back to average, mid 60s at the coast. upper 70s around the bay. mid to upper 80s inland.
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comfy evening from the 60s to the 70s. we'll talk about the heat this weekend next. here is frances. things are slow at the bay bridge toll plaza because of earlier accidents. you can see traffic is backed up past the 880 overcrossing. if you're considering b.a.r.t., there are ten-minute delays report at the macarthur station due to an earlier problem that has been cleared. a.c.e. train 1 is running about nine minutes late. here is a live shot of interstate 80 in emeryville. great news on interstate 80, the earlier overturned big rig accident east bay 80 at appian has been cleared. a normal friday flow for folks heading towards the bay bridge. developing now, a tragedy for the kennedy family. robert f. kennedy's granddaughter was found dead at the kennedy compound. now "the new york times" he ports it was the result of an
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apparent overdose. she's one of the 11 the compound has been in the kennedy family for decades. the u.s. ramps up its trade war with china. president trump announced an additional 10% tariff on $300 billion in goods starting september 1st. abc 7 news reporter megan tevrizian is in new york with how this could affect the prices you pay. >> reporter: good morning, reggie and kumasi. these tariffs are expected to start in about a month from now. they could affect prices you pay for television, cell phones or your kids' toys. the president touting his new trade policies at a rally in cincinnati overnight. >> we've taken the toughest ever action to stand up to china's trade abuse. >> reporter: president trump now slapping a new 10% tariff on $300 billion worth of chinese products starting in september.
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>> for the last 20 years china has taken hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars out of our country. >> reporter: the tariffs mean american shoppers could see prices go up on everything from clothing to smart phones to tvs to toys. thchamber of commerce says the president's tariff will inflict great pain on american businesses, farmers, workers and consumers and undermine a otherwise strong u.s. economy. news of the tariffs affected wall street, too. the dow plunged thursday closing down 280 points. >> the goods that are now going to be targeted are ones that would affect ordinary consumers. >> reporter: this latest development, part of a long running and costly trade dispute with china, only days after both sides resumed negotiations. >> china reacted overnight to president trump's latest tariff announcement saying, if these go into effect, they'll take necessary countermeasures. reporting from new york, megan tevrizian, abc 7 news.
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a man suspected of sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl in an alleyway in jail. a person called police saying they saw hill lure the child into an alley near north 4th and east st. johns streets. officers arrived within minutes and arrested him. the jury for the ghost ship trial will resume deliberations on tuesday. the first full day ended yesterday with no decision. ghost ship founder derick almena and creative director max harris are each charged with 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter. as soon as the jury reaches a decision, we'll send an alert via the free abc news app. we're hearing from two survivors in sunday's deadly shooting. >> brynn ota matthews and gabriella gaus were both hit by gunfire. >> i'm going to have a bullet in
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my liver for my whole life. i'm not going to be able to see it, probably not going to be able to feel it at a certain point. it's always going to be there. >> i was running. i felt like i got pinched or burnt, bee sting thing. and i knew. i remember being like, i'm hit. i didn't lk back or stop running. >> gilroy police chief scot smithee revealed the names of the three officers who ran in and shot the suspect. they are eric cry yar, a 23-year veteran, hugo del moral, a 17-year veteran, and robert basuino a 30-year veteran. >> all three of these officers are incredibly humble. i think they're heroes. i don't think they view themselves that way. i think they view themselves that they were just doing their job. >> the fbi says it's doing a behavioral analysis of the gunman to determine a motive for the shooting. the gilroy police department says it's postponing tuesday's national night out celebration out of respect for the
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community's grieving process. it will be rescheduled for october 1st. puerto rico governor ricardo rossello is expected to step down today. massive protests erupted after sexist and homophobic messages between rossello and his top aides were leaked. his government is in a full-blown crisis. a vote for his handpicked successor was delayed until next week, casting doubt on who will be the next governor. the senate president says he wants to be governor and will not vote for rossello's nominee. it's now unclear who is going to take over. a new report shows women are more likely to be injured while cycling. the reason might surprise you. we're learning more about that dog treat recall we first told you about yesterday. a vet is breaking down the danger to humans. if you're thinking about venturing out on the bay today, notice the areas in yellow, small craft advisory from 2:00 to 9:00. it's going to be
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59 is a popular number in the san ramon valley for temperatures, spilling to lafayette and pleasant hill. low to mid 60s towards brent wood, antioch, livermore and pleasanton. warm spot is san jose, 63. they're grooming the sand in
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santa cruz, 58 degrees right now. if you're going to our beaches, a little cool and breezy except for santa cruz. small craft advisory, we talked about that on the way. you can see the temperatures rising from 61 in the east bay and cloudy conditions. a little faster sunshine and mid 70s this afternoon. how about the north bay. we're going to see all that extra sunshine take us in 56 this morning to mid 80s this afternoon. for san francisco, more sunshine than yesterday. how about mid to upper 60s during the afternoon hours. weekend forecast coming up next. here is frances. mike, we have delays on mass transit, b.a.r.t. reporting ten minute delay, slow from macarthur out westbound towards san francisco and sfo. ace train 1 also running ten minutes late. a new crash in mountain view on northbound 85 at el camino real. lots of green out there. i did have a live shot for you. there it is.
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101 in san jose. headlights move northbound. looks good all the way up the peninsula into san francisco. you'll find some fog across the golden gate bridge but no traffic. where there are quite a few delays at the bay bridge toll plaza is back up towards the foot of the maze because of earlier accidents. a new study finds drivers behave more dangerously around female cyclists compared to male cyclists. drives are more likely to pass closer than three feet to women than to men. that only happened when there were no barriers between the bike lane and car lane. it bikers say there is a need for more investment for protected bike lanes rjts it's a mix between an ice cream sandwich and a hot dog. and, yes, it's called the ice dog sandwich. we'll explain that next. >> huh-uh. plus a heads-up before your next order
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as we head to break, a live look outside. a beautiful morning.
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this morning we're hearing from a vet about a serious dog treat recall that's making people sick. dozens of cases of salmonella
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have been traced back to pig ears. they were taken off store shelves wednesday. 127 people in 33 states including california have contracted salmonella. all those cases can be traced back to pig ear dog treats. >> pets are ingesting it and getting it in their mouth, licking owners, licking body parts, open sores. little kids are more susceptible. >> instead of pig ears, dr. burns recommends soft natural treats made in the u.s. the cdc recommends avoiding dog kisses after they eat and washing hands. a jogger who survived a bear encounter in canada caught it on camera. you'll see the bear heading onto the trail, shifting its focus in sherry moore's direction. seconds later it took off. >> when it got up to me and got up on its hind legs, i just remember looking right into its ey, and i thought that's it, i'm done, i'm going to be mauled. i started screaming it like a
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dog. >> it took a step backward, walked away without looking back at me. i waited until i saw it go behind bushes and i ran. >> experts say staying calm and backing away slowly is the right move if you're ever in that situation. >> today is national ice cream sandwich day. today cream is selling mini sandwiches for just a penny. the deal is available at select locations from 1:00 until 4:00 this afternoon. those locations include berkeley, fremont, livermore, napa, oakland, palo alto and san mateo. i have to let you know, the limit is one per customer if thosz flavors aren't good enough for you, oscar meyer is introducing hot dog flavored ice cream. >> the company is calling the sweet and salty treat the ice dog sandwich. the company tweeted this out yesterday. the sandwich is made with
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candied hot dog bits, hot dog sweet cream, spicy gelato and a cookie bun. the best part of all this, reggie, because i know you're so excited. >> how can it get better than this kumasi? >> the weiner mobile will be specifically outfitted as an ice cream truck. >> what is hot dog sweet cream? what does that mean? >> i don't know. >> they ruined a good cookie crust. >> if we tried it and liked it you would feel really bad. >> we'd probably never tell you after all this shade. >> so much shade. you'd be like, it's all right. let me have three more. >> i've tried ice cream with actual bugs in it, right, crickets and ants.
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>> and it was good? >> i would still eat that over this hot dog mess. >> i wonder what kind of a brain freeze it would give you, too. so many questions. '6:18. we should probably move on. >> 57 degrees from the east bay. isn't that gorgeous? absolutely stunning. i'll leave it up for about five more seconds. i'll just throw the accuweather hilights. it's not going to cover the sunrise. a mix of clouds and stars, comfortable night on the way. middle of next week, temperatures will drop back below average. a little roller coaster through the seven-day forecast. the return engagement of the high pressure means slightly warmer weather today. you can see it around morgan hill and gilroy. we'll have upper 90s, low 80s through the south bay. 86 in los gatos. mid to upper 70s for most of the
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peninsula. breeze will keep us cooler at 71. mid to upper 60s in downtown south san francisco and sausalito. mid 60s along the north bay coast. you roll inland and we're about 15 to 20 degrees warmer. along the east bay shore, touched by the sea breeze will be berkeley and oakland. the rest of us in the mid to upper 70s. here is a look at the other area of 90s, fairfield, pittsburg, antioch and brentwood. mid to upper 90s possible saturday. low to mid 90s sunday. 80s comfortab comfortab comfortable 60s along the coast. things looking better on interstate 80 sththan an hour a. the east bay direction an earlier crash at carlson has been cleared. there was a very early morning sig alert at appian.
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that is all gone as well. b.a.r.t. still reporting ten-minute delays at macarthur towards west springs and millbrae due to an earlier equipment problem. a.c.e. train 1 is running 13 minutes late right now. as we check out the drive time, westbound 80 highway 4 to the maze, 20 minutes. still slow across the bay bridge with things backed up at the metering lights all the way towards the foot of the maze because of an earlier accident. if you're heading to one of the other bridges, it's a nice ride across the san mateo bridge. that's westbound traffic on the right-hand side. mo no problems on the peninsula right now. it's pretty quiet in the south bay. united airlines is introducing its connection saver tool at sfo on tuesday. it's designed to improve the experience for passengers connecting from one united flight to another. the system assesses whether to hold a flight for a few minutes while connecting passengers -- for connecting passengers while also making sure that people who are already on the flight arrive
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at their destinations on time. passengers can receive personalized text messages about t connecting flights, directions to their gates. the increased security you can expect to see this weekend at a popular festival in fremont after the gilroy shooting. here is a look at what's happening at 7:00 a.m. on "good morning america." >> good morning. coming up on gma, we are live in hyannis port with the latest on the kennedy family tragedy. a 22-year-old granddaughter of robert and ethel kennedy found dead. we have breaking new details this morning. that and much more only on gma. we'll see you soon.
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let's talk about something that could be fun this weekend. heading down to the santa clara county fair, and to date's 75 at 11:00. we warm into the mid 80s. i know after what happened in gilroy, go through concerns, they do address this and you'll be happy after you read what they have to say. go have some fun. reggie. watch this british inventor fly alongside the royal navy
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with his jet pack suit. richard browning tested the suit on monday in the uk. his company, gravity industries is working with the royal navy. navy officials say they're pushing the boundaries of naval warfare with this new technology. new developments, a federal jury in california has ordered katy perry and her record label pay nearly $2.8 million because they copied a christian rap song. >> the jury decided that perry's 2013 hit "dark horse" copied a song by christian rapper flame. it took five years for him to win the lawsuit. the award fell short of the $20 million that the lawyers wanted. perry herself will pay just over $550,000 and the record label will pick up the rest. >> she does have the money. but it's still a lot of money. your next order of guacamole could be fake. >> restaurants are turning to fake guac because of
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skyrocketing avocado prices. a heat wave hit california causing the avocado yield to be much slower. some taco stands and restauranteurs have turned to squash. >> you make this fake one using a summer squash that looks almost like a zucchini. i've had some people say it also works as a zucchini. you blend them and get them to the texture like guacamole. it's eerily similar in texture. >> i'm fine with it, but tell me. don't charge me ten bucks for it. >> i'm not fine with it at all. >> many restaurants are not revealing that they're making the switch. how do you tell the difference? the guacamole made with squash is thinner and more watery. i'm questioning everything. i had guac the other day. was it real? >> i think you have to be able to tell the difference. which should try it. i think it's so distinct.
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now at 6:30, a big rig overturns and blocks part of interstate 880 in the east bay. the bizarre incident that let to the crash. the opening bell on nasdaq. investors bracing for a sell off after president trump escalates the trade were with china. thousands of people pack downtown gilroy to remember the victims of the garlic festival shootingist comes as security is tightened at a major weekend festival in the north bay. ever wanted to live inside a saxophone? here is your chance. the unusual bay area home that just hit the market. >> definitely unusual. >> i'm sure it's going for a rock bottom price. you'll be singing the blues. >> he's been here all week and we're better for it.
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all right. let's divert away and come back to that, though. first we'll come back about whether -- maybe it has a fog horn on it. here is a look at what we're seeing outside. except in parts of the north bay, we're cloudy this morning. this is the way it looks at the golden gate bridge. the clouds are descending upon you. watch out for some drizzle, also, during the morning commute. we ill see sunshine a little quicker today. that means you'll need the sunglasses a little sooner. a little warmer at lunch. upper 70s, upper 80s. temperatures back to average as the warming trend begins today. still 75 to 85 as we head through the evening hours. here is frances. it's a much better commute right now. we had so many early morning problems, but they have cleared. here is a live look at 680 in walnut creek. that's southbound traffic on the right. you can see it's flowing well past geary, past highway 24. as you head to the bay bridge
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toll plaza, things back up to the food of the maze. now in the north bay, this is 101, right-hand side traffic moving southbound past north san pedro. as you check out drive times, no delays in that area, southbound 680 walnut creek to dublin, 14 minutes. southbound 101 from santa rosa to san francisco, a 49-minute ride. no problems either through the screws mo santa cruz mountains from highway 1 to los gatos, 22 minutes. turning to abc 7 news reporter amy hollyfield. >> she's live along i-80 with more on an early morning crash and the bizarre cause. amy? >> reporter: this isn't one you see every day. this is a dangerous situation. traffic is moving just fine now, a friday gift to drivers because it wasn't looking good there for a while. here is what happened. a big rig overturned. it was about 3:30 this morning. it wasn't that driver's fault though. officials say he was trying to avoid a camry that was at a complete stop in the slow lane.
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authorities believe the driver of that camry was intoxicated. >> the driver was passed out and/or sleeping in the driver's seat of the camry in the slow lane and the big rig driver was able to avoid him thankfully. >> this is east bay 80 in pinole away from oakland and san francisco. this is at the appian way exit. they got all the lanes reopened at 5:30 this morning and no one was hurt. live in pinole, amy hollyfield abc 7 news. new this morning, two chp officers have minor injuries after their cruiser crashed in the south bay. this happened just after 12:30 in southbound 280 in san jose. chp says the officers were trying to pull a car over when they lost control of the cruiser and then rolled over. you can see the trunk of the chp car damaged and the rear windshield knocked out. it's not clear how and why the
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officers lost control. in the east bay the chp is investigating a solo car crash that left a woman dead on westbound highway 24 near saint stephens drive. the honda civic hit a tree. when officers got there, the car was fully engulfed in flames. the woman was found dead in the car. stories of hee otherism and heartache continues. >> thousands of people crowded downtown for a vigil last night. >> there were a lot of angels that day. >> when you talk about angels, you have to mention 10-year-old miranda. a 3-year-old boy whose parents got shot, miranda said it was active shooter drills she learned in school that helped her and guide her quick response. >> he kind of didn't know what was going on. i covered his mouth because of
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course he was crying and screaming because he didn't know what to do. >> she says it is still hard for her to process everything that's happened. mental health agencies want to help her with that healing process. we have information about available resources listed on our website. the gilroy foundation established a special fund for victims of sunday's shooting. we have a link on our website, abc7news.com, and how to donate to the victim's relief fund. other festivals are tightening security. fremont's festival of the arts will open tomorrow. sky 7 flew over the parkway yesterday as crews installed security cameras. there will also be steel barricades. organizers working closely with police. >> uniform s.w.a.t. team members will be in the crowds. they changed their level of firearms that they'll be carrying, and there will be more police officers out there. >> an estimated 380,000 people will attend the festival this weekend. other bay area events are
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tightening security including the 75th annual santa clara county fair in san jose. law enforcement is patrolling the entrance. there's also a security checkpoint just after the ticket gate. once inside there's even more law enforcement patrolling the fairgrounds. there are similar upgraded security measures at the sonoma county fair. in the east bay the man accused of stabbing to death a young woman on b.a.r.t. is scheduled to enter a plea. last month a judge ruled john lee cowell is competent to stand trial. he's accused of stabbing 18-year-old nia wilson in oakland. her sister was also stabbed. her sister survived. last december a judge ruled cowell was not competent to stand trial. since then cowell has undergone psychiatric treatment. new this morning, thousands of u.s. troops may soon be coming home from afghanistan. "the washington post" reports a troop withdrawal is part of a proposed peace deal with the taliban. it would cut the number of
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american troops from 14,000 to 9,000. the trump administration has held eight rounds of talks the taliban. they warn significant challenges remain. governor newsom returns to san francisco this morning. the plan to upgrade california's 911 system he'll be touting. a back-to-school break-in. the epic high school joy ride caught on camera. >> that's all coming up. but first you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. here is mike nicco. good morning. made it to friday. clearer conditions across the north bay. that's why it's a little cooler. we talked about how the warming trend will come at us from the south. sure enough, that's where we're seeing warmer temperatures this morning. everybody in the low to mid 60s. alum rock at 56. even a 60 showing up in san carlos, livermore, fairfield, 60. 58 in san francisco. it's clear, no sign of fog right
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now. the drizzle, where it's been falling, places like the coast, higher elevations, it's been measurable. cool this morning, but warm this morning in mass transit. choppy afternoon on the bay once again. east bay valley start off in the 60s through 9:00. 70s at lunch but then look at these mid to upper 80s from 1:00 all the way through 7:00. for the peninsula we'll see faster sunshine. that will help us break out of the 60s and the cloud cover by 11:00. hang out in the upper 70s with mostly sunny conditions this afternoon. in the south bay, we'll have cloud cover through about 8:00. and temperatures will jump into the low to mid 80s with sunshine this afternoon. take a look at the newest numbers, the warm ones for the weekend coming up. first we want to bring frances in who has been busy with the commute. today we had so many accidents. a new one on the peninsula in palo alto south 101 at san antonio just reported.
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b.a.r.t. reporting ten-minute delays from an earlier equipment problem. you'll find residual delays. bay bridge toll plaza is backed up into the foot of the maze because of several accidents we had as you make your way into san francisco this morning. it's a foggy ride across the golden gate bridge, but traffic is light there across the span. westbound traffic getting a little more crowded right now as you make your way across the san mateo bridge. that's on the rrnd side. drive times for you, green across the golden gate bridge. the san mateo bridge is also green at 15 minutes. do you know you can negotiate how much money you pay in rent. i'm michael finney. this is a "7 on your side" quick tip. most home buyers haggle over price. most renters do not. they look up a place on craigslist and figure that's how much it costs. that isn't true. if you will ask this one question, you can save a small fortune.
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ask the landlord is this your best price? often it isn't and they'll give you a better deal. if that doesn't work, offer to sign a longer-than-usual lease, say a year rather than six months or a year and a half rather than just a year. offer to pay three months in advance. it's a lot of money. if you have the cash in savings, many landlords will make you a deal to get their hands on that money. so remember, as with any deal,
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erick is hitting the big island today. yesterday they were preparing. you can see them putting buckets of sand together to make more sandbags because flooding will be an issue. probably the biggest issue along with the dangerous surf from erick. let's take a look at what it's doing right now. it is weakening, 65-mile-per-hour winds. look what live doppler 7 is showing you. plenty of heavy showers hitting the big island. a flash flood watch extended until noon tomorrow. winds up to 39 miles per hour possible through sunday morning. there's the papgt. you can see it pulling away and weakening, still providing plenty of thunderstorms and dangerous surf in the form of rip currents for the rest of the islands. here is flossie. as one is pulling away, erick, flossie is pulling through. it will be very negligible
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compared to erick. let's get back to reggie gape natale's defense team is asking the court for an early release saying he can stay with his grandfather in italy. investigators say 19-year-old finnegan elder seen here on the left confessed to using a knife to kill 35-year-old italian police officer last friday when undercover officers interrupted a drug deal. the i-team's dan noyes shared notes with a renowned italian investigative journalist. she says the officers handled the situation in an odd way. >> translator: what usually happens in a case of a ransom for something that has been stlen, the police arrive after the exchange happens. >> court documents say the fallen officer didn't have his gun and died after finn elder stabbed him 11 times.
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elder's attorney says the boys acted in self-defense because they felt they were being mugged. dan has been tweeting during his time in italy. you see here the mob of people covering this from international media. follow him @dannoyes to get the lettest developments. in the north bay, the sonoma county sheriff's deputy shot a man they say tried to stab a security guard. >> it happened after 5:30 at the santa rosa plaza. the suspect ran from the mall. a deputy found him. the suspect got inside the patrol car. the deputy fired the weapon and hit the man three times. he was arrested and taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. a pilot and passenger are recovering from injuries they suffered when a small plane made a hard landing in novato. the plane landed just off the run weigh. the marin county sheriff says the pilot and passenger had mild
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injuries. the cessna sustained substantial damage. all this week abc 7 news is focusing on the housing crisis, a new report is concerning because it shows despite the desperate need for new homes, residential building permits are dropping. the public policy institute of california study shows a 50% decline in new building her mitts in san mateo county. santa clara saw a 10% drop, contra costa county declined by 7%. it's the first time since the recession california has seen a decline in the number of building permits for new homes. according to "the mercury news," increasing cost, lack of land and shortage of construction workers are do blame for the building slowdown. absz 7 is searching for answers to the housing crisis. we're hosting a town hall today between 4:00 and 7:00 p.m. send us your questions and tag
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them better bay area so we see them and we can ask our experts happening today, governor gavin newsom will be in san francisco to talk about new funding for 911 calls. next year's budget invests near lids 1 billion to modernize 911 systems across the state. that will better prepare and assist those in need during emergencies and natural disasters. in a few weeks you will no longer be able to buy plastic water bottles at sfo. according to the con curveball, a new rule will ban restaurants and vending machines from selling single use plastic water bottles. that means if you want water, you'll have to buy a refillable aluminum or glass bottle or bring your own bottle and fill it up there. this is a part of sfo's plans to cut carbon emissions, energy use and landfill waste by 2021.
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this ban starts on august 20th. >> you know what i think is going to happen? people are going to forget and they're going to have water in their water bottles all the time going through security. they'll bring the water bottle but forget tomorrow ity it. maybe it's just me. it's happened to me multiple times. >> easy to get rid of. >> what do you do? it's a whole hassle. if it goes through, they either have to confess kate it or you have to go all the way back to the beginning of the line. don't do it. your morn money report and possible savings for verizon customers. >> the company will unveil a number of new phone plans coming with unlimited data, apple music subscription. mckenzie bezos, officially amazon's second largest amazon shareholder and third wealthiest woman in the world. jeff bezos transferred 19.7
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shares to his ex-wife. the deal makes mackenzie worth about $37 billion. jeff bezos is worth about $115 billion. >> a lot of money no matter how you dice it. a live look at the new york stock exchange. we're curious about president trump's announcement about tariffs with china could affect the market. who knows if that's the reason, but we're down 142 points as the trading day begins. this is a house that jazzes up a berkeley hills neighborhood. now it is up for sale. sky 7 was overhead of what some people call the saxophone house. its twin towers are shaped like soprano saxophones. the oversized chimney looks like a saxophone bell. it was built in 1996 for an amateur jazz player. the three-bedroom home features a recently renovated kitchen, three-car garage and bayview. asking price could be music to some, we'll say some, at just
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under $1.9 million. >> i know this is going to sound terrible. i am surprised by that. i thought it would be a lot higher than that. don't get me wrong. i don't like it. >> are you getting ready to move? you thought it would be more. >> 1.9 for all that space and that view in this market? the monterey bay aquarium is throwing its first ever adult sleepover to celebrate 35 years. we're all invited. >> sweet dreams are made of seaweed. it's a sleepover for adults over 21. you can build your own taco dinner, you have drinks. an '80's themed dance party. the event will be held the night of september 14th. you get all day admission to the aquarium the next day. tickets are $175 a person. field trip. >> that's my birthday. >> is that your birthday?
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>> that's my birthday. >> that's what you always wanted to do. >> i did. i've heard of other places doing it before. you wake up in the middle of the night and see a shark. where am i? >> should i quit screaming? >> yeah. >> it sounds like fun. >> this sounds like camping. >> i never end up sleeping at all at those kinds of things. >> that's the cool thing about it. am i the only one that wants to go? >> yeah. >> i love an aquarium. i think it's cool access. i don't want to sleep there. that's not the adult sleepover that i'm picturing. >> understandable. all right. let's talk about what's going on weatherwise. what's it called again? >> sweet dreams are made of sea wood. >> >> i was going to make a crack about frances eating seaweed. she really kind of does.
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east bay hills, 57 degrees. it is gorgeous outside. more sun today, warming trend. mix of clouds and stars. comfy nights in the middle of the week. next week we're going to have complete reversal of the warmer-than-average weather we had this weekend. look at the drizzle along the coast. notice there is still cloud cover in the same area. it won't be nearly as thick during the lunch hour. it will go away almost like yesterday. let's see our temperatures where we'll be warmest. the air starts to come in from the east and the south. morgan hill and gilroy near 90. 81 in san jose, 77 in milpitas. going up the peninsula, we're dropping down in temperatures from the upper 70s to low 70s. low to mid 60s along the coast, mid to upper 60s in downtown and south san francisco. we've got 70s in san rafael, sausalito and vallejo. a little warmer around ukiah, 90s. 71 in berkeley to 77 in union city and fremont. here we're looking at mid 80s to
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mid 90s in our east bay valleys. temperatures tonight will drop to the mid 50s to low 60s. if you're heading out this weekend, so far it looks like the air quality is going to be pretty good. my accuweather seven-day forecast. here you go, robust temperatures away from the coast saturday and sunday. above average monday, back to average tuesday. a little below average for wednesday and thursday. have a great weekend. here is frances. good morning everyone. we have a planned sig alert in solano county on highway 12. they're going to stop traffic in all directions to let boats pass through the rio vista bridge area. so keep that in mind. it starts around 7:00 this morning. as we take a look around the rest of the bay area, not too bad. the bay bridge toll plaza is backed up towards the foot of the maze. a few accidents heading across the span into san francisco. looking good in the south bay. this is on 101 for the cars moving with headlights on, northbound 101, 880 across your
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screen. 101 is fine up the peninsula. westbound 580 tracy to dublin is 38 minutes. so not horrible. westbound 4, antioch to concord, a few brake lights as well, 21 minutes. southbound 101 looking good san rafael to san francisco, 17 minutes. there is a back-to-school break-in caught on camera. >> flpolice are searching for these three vandals who damaged a high school in michigan. they crashed into walls on a floor scrubber and ended up costing the school quite a bit. $1200 in just an hour. police say the men appear to be in their early 20s and may be former students which makes them losers. right? >> not right. >> put down the instrument. thank you. circus circus reno is going
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to be home to some university of nevada students when the fall semester starts in two weeks. an explosion in a campus dorm last mon severely damaged the building. it left the university with no dorm rooms for about 1,300 students. circus circus agreed to provide temporary housing until the dorm is fixed. shuttle buses will take the students between campus and the casino in downtown reno. >> that's going to be a wild time. coming up next, the 7 things you need to know before you go. first, our instagram picture of the day. that's beautiful. looks like a photo bomb, but a nice photo bomb. if you haven't yet, you can follow us
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6:58. whether you're just joining us or about to go out the door, here are the 7 things you need to know before you go. number one, all lanes of interstate 80 in pinole are back open after a big rig overturned. the driver swerved to avoid a drunk driving sleeping in his car. number two, thousands showed up for a vigil for the victims of the garlic festival shooting. number three, the jury for the ghost ship trial will resume
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deliberations on tuesday. the first full day ended yesterday with no decision. number four, r. kelly is expected in federal court for the first time since his arrest in a child pornography case. this case involves at least five girls and women. number five, hard to believe when you look from our exploratorium camera, a warming trend begins today as temperatures get back to average and even above average this weekend. number six, it's been a busy commute this morning. we've had numerous accidents all around the bay area. right now here is a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza which is back up to the 880 overcrossing. number seven, some restaurants are trying to fake you out. they're not serving guacamole, they're serving squashamole. because the real guacamole has become too expensive. experts say you can tell because the fake stuff is thinner and more watery. >> we need to try this out. >> probably healthier. >> guacamole is healthy.
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>> the good fat. i like it when they make it in front of you at the restaurant. >> mike, that's how you know. charge me all that money and fake me out. not today. not to kumasi you're not. good morning, america. as we come on the air, new details coming in about a sad death at the kennedy compound. breaking overnight, tragedy at hyannis port. the 22-year-old granddaughter of bobby and ethel kennedy found dead at their hyannis port compound. investigation under way as the family speaks out. we're live on the scene this morning. trade war. china's new threat this morning as the president insists on his tariffs. the global stock market plunging. what this could mean for the price of tvs, smartphones and more. underwater. families rescued as major flash floods hit the heartland. now more dangerous storms on the

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