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>> breaking news. >> good morning. i am kristen sze. >> i am regular. break news is an amber alert issued for this baby boy on the screen, c.h.p. said 11-month-old welcome brown was abducted laugh note from san francisco. the woman on the right of the screen, 44-year-old phoebe haynes took brown and took off. we are at san francisco police headquarters right now. >> i got briefed by authorities and they believe the woman who took him is his grandmother and she is on run.
this is a look at who you are looking for, 11-month-old welcome brown, wearing gray pajamas with sharks. maybe that will standout. they believe he is with 44 -year-old grandmother. his mother went into a store in san francisco last night. she came back out and they were gone. she left them in the car and they took off. this is was at 8:00 people say that she looked for hours and caused police at 11:00. here is a picture of what the car looks like you are looking for. a 2004 acura, probable a black front bumper. i asked, why do they think the grandmother did this and they say they don't know, too early to tell. i asked in the baby is in imminent danger and they say it is too early to answer those questions and they hope to get
us more information today. right now, the focus is to push the picture out, get all eyes on they can so people will be able to find this baby. >> i should mention before we move on, we have put this out on our push alert for our apps with the picture and we have tweeted it at abc7 bay area. >> another major story is breaking news. if you are trying to get to the east bay from san francisco. >> the eastbound lanes on the bay bridge are backed up as they have been for hours. here is why: mud. c.h.p. shut down the exit ramp to treasure island after a dump truck spilled mud and sand. caltran has to be careful because it could contain hazardous materials. >> alexis has been watch this since 4:30 this morning. driving into san francisco from the peninsula has had a huge ripple affect. >> i have been track there for 6 1/2 hours and it is not fun on
the roads head over to the east bay. it is getting better on the span of the bridge, and eastbound 80 ramp to treasure island is still blocked for the clean up and they brought in environmentalists and get a backup team to determine in it was hazardous and the work conditions. they got the main lanes back open so now we only have the ramp blocked. northbound 101 and 280 into downtown san francisco plan at least 20 extra minutes, and the traffic coming toward us is on the skyway headed interest downtown san francisco so we know that when it clears it will take a while to recover. i will take bart. >> more breaking news, a powerful 7.1 earthquake hit off the coast of new zealand. >> jessica is tracking from the deck. what are you seeing? >> right now, no reports of injury or damage but i show you the images.
i can tell you the country is under a potential tsunami threat. i will show you how strong the shaking was in new zealand, this is from new zealand from someone nameed mitch kenny. the stuff was knocked over in a score, a convenience store or grocery store. a 7.1 earthquake off the northeast coast of new zealand island. i am hearing reports that possibly the shaking could be held for the entire northern island of new zealand which is 530 mile stretch, a huge impact. we will let you know when we get more details in the deck through the newscast. kristen? >> america is still processing donald trump's immigration stance after the big speech last night in arizona. >> he said there will be a wall. there won't be amnesty. he will push congress to pass kate's law first day in office
named after kate steinle shot and killed on san francisco's bi14 in july of last year by an undocumented immigrant. the accused killer and still awaiting trial and had been deported five time before the shooting but was not handed over to immigration because of san francisco's sanctuary city policy. >> here is more on the speech and what donald trump is focusing on today. >> this morning, donald trump is become on the campaign trail after a day of lay out the plan on immigration. speaking this morning before the american region he promised to promote patriotism in schools. >> we want young americans to recite the pledge of allegiance. in addition to teaching respect for the flag we also have to make sure we give our military the tools they need to defend that flag. >> last night in phoenix he put to rest any notion that he was softening on immigration with tough talk on the signature issue of the. >> we will build a great wall along the southern border.
>> mexico will pay for the wall. >> there was if shift this moderation in the position. >> day one first hour in office those people are gone. >> after the meeting with mexican president nieto, he was restrained. >> tremendous honor and i call you a friend of the thank you. >> democratic vice president nominee tim kaine calmed the mexican visit a diplomatic embarrassment chide him for not address who would pay for the biggest foreign policy proposal. >> he is talking for a year we will build a wall and mexico will pay but he forgets to bring it up? >> it is a public relations disaster for mexican president nieto. he is get hammer for not demand for an apology calling mexican my grands rahmists or criminals or publicly saying mexico will not pay for the wall. >> developing news from floridian explosion rocked the
spacex launch at cape canavaral and you can see it here ending up they destroying a satellite meant for facebook. spacex was test firing the unmanned rocket when the blast happened after 6:00 a.m. or time. several explosions were triggered and they lasted sell minutes and could be felt miles away. the tests were this advance of saturday launch to deliver a satellite which you the first satellite for facebook's project to bring the internet to developing nations. >> now the severe storm ruining the holiday weekend for millions along the east coast. >> these are pictures from florida in the eye of tropical storm which is set to make landfall along the gulf. here is what people doing along the path of the storm. >> tropical storm hermine on the move barreling to florida, already more than 6" of rain. >> it never quits.
>> all sound bags could not stop the water from flooding the apartments in largo. >> we are still 4.5" of water in the house. in sarasota volunteer evacuations with officers going door-to-door looking for anyone in need rescue. >> they had gun belts up to me, up to here in water. >> i was out the back window and the backyard was flooded creeping to the door. hermine could be a weak hurricane when it makes lab fall but florida is new bracing for more heavy rain and a dangerous storm surge. >> that could be before my head so this is a very life threatening situation. we unusual people to get out. >> the forecast right new calling for up to 15" of rain in some areas and that is on top of what is already falling.
officials are not taking chances. we learned family has deployed a rapid response team to florida. >> a lot new information and some of it is scary. we will go to live doppler hd and the wall of water that is just now coming ashore from hermine and it is still a tropical storm but you can see the eyewall developing. we expect it to increase the speed up to 75 miles per hour so it will become a hurricane before it comes ashore later during the evening hours, 7' storm subject, 15-20" of rain and tornadoes and 10" along the coast of the carolinas madeleine is moving away but lester is starting to come into play in hawaii and we have a hurricane watch all the way from hawaii because in next 48 hours lester, a two right now is coming in as a 1, with heavy rain and surf on the none part of the island
starting tomorrow through sunday. >> the move to keep you safe when you on the road just ahead the upgrade coming to unun. how state lawmakers are aiming to crack down the drivers who pick you up. >> a popular summer hang out get a makeover an upgrade coming the roast looks good dad. how good? 162 likes. did i get any retweets on those green beans? yep! and they're blowing up on instagram. honey, your rump roast just broke the internet!!!! as it should. life is family mealtime and everything you need to make it picture perfect. now be sure to tag your mother because she needs more followers. ok.
the roast looks good dad. how good? 162 likes. did i get any retweets on those green beans? yep! and they're blowing up on instagram. honey, your rump roast just broke the internet!!!! as it should. life is family mealtime and everything you need to make it picture perfect. now be sure to tag your mother because she needs more followers. ok. >> breaking news from abc7. >> we are tracking the breaking news in san francisco right now
an amber alert for 11-month-old william bankrupt pictured on the left, the district attorney said that his grandmother picture on the right, 44-year-old, took the baby and on the run. haynes was seen driving a white 2004 acura. if you see her or william brown, call 9-1-1 and you can down led our news app for the latest. >> a bill sitting on the governor's deck could have a huge impact if you use uber and lyft. >> it could be much stricter background checks. matt keller is at sfo with the details. matt? >> yes, kristen, uber and lyft swarm around sfo and you can see the cans are everywhere but the people behind the wheel that lawmakers want to take a closer look at. state lawmakers passed a bill now headed to the governor for his signature. it would require uber and lyft to conduct background checks on all drivers and lay off certain
criminals outlawing them from employing registers sex offenders, terrorists or violent dispel loans. people convicted of assault or driving under the influence for the past 15 jeers ban. some passengers tell us how they felt. >> there are so man crazy people and the people that get through all the filters and we are probably in more danger in our own car than uber driver. >> you are getting into a stranger's car if you make sure it is a safe car, as safe as possible it is good. >> in the companies do not physical the rule they could face fines up to $5,000 per banned driver. we reached out to uber and lyft for a response to the passage of the bill and we have not yet heard back. >> if you are a parent and work
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>> breaking news. >> we continue putting this picture out because minutes count when it comes to amber alerts from san francisco, an 11-month-old boy, william brown, on the screen, the district attorney told abc7 that brown's grandmother, the woman on the screen took the baby and is on the run. brown was last seen wearing a gray sweatshirt and gray pajamas with sharks. she was seen driving a 2004 white action -- acura. the bumper on front could be black. if you see her or the baby, william brown, call 9-1-1. >> now the santa cruz beach boardwalk, a major make year and adding new jobs. you are look at a camera at the beep and the boardwalk will
boast a $12 million remodel, with crews getting to work the next couple of weeks starting with the entrance and it will take ten months and create more than 200 jobs at the boardwalk obtaining this drawing of the new design and the popular laser maze will have exterior improvements. socked in and need the jacket or sweat third on first day of spot, i thought i was going to be warmer. >> supposed to be the warmest month in san francisco with a high of 72, and at sfo you can see the cloud cover in an hour and 90 minutes the arrival delay. it will be mostly sunny with a dry cold front coming through bringing more stars tonight and maybe drizzle on the coast with hot highs next week. when the holiday weekend is over. small craft advisory in a
different spot: right here from the bay bridge to the san mateo bridge and dumbarton bridge, 24 to 38 miles per hour from 1:00 to 9:00. can you see how stubborn the clouds are and the dry air filtering in. that will take over this afternoon. although it is cloudy now you may want to take the sunglasses. 76 in antioch the we have seen a lot of sunshine. 70 in fairfield. the rest of us in the 60s until san francisco and half moon bay in the upper 50s so a bite right now. down in the south bay, clouds to sunshine, mid-70s to mid-80s, right in the middle of san jose, at 79 degrees and up the peninsula, sunny and breezy and low-to-mid 70s, and the coastal side we are in the local 60, and low-to-mid 60s here at san francisco, and making us wonder, yes, this is supposed to be the warmest most a five degrees cool we than average. with fog to sunshine in the north bay, not to breezy as it has been, and hid 80s, or mid-70s to low 80s, and santa rosa at 82 degrees, and over to the east bay shore we
have the clouds hanging around and we will call it sunny, low-to-mid 70s, and if you going to the game get the silver and block out the last time to prepare for the big season coming up. a last good things from the raids, 64 at 7:00 dropping to 62 by 10:30. here is a look at inland east bay neighborhood, sunshine and comfortable, low-to-mid 80s, and here is a look at what is going on, with my accweather seven-day forecast. tomorrow, do not let that fool you we will be two- to four-degrees warmer and then we are done. we will cool again on saturday, sunday, and into the holiday on monday and warmer with kind a fitting end to summer because it will not feel like it until tuesday and when when the 80s and 90s come back to the forecast. there is the warmth. >> thank you, mike. >> stay with us, we will be right back.
>> breaking news. >> an upstate on breaking news from new zealand after a big earthquake. we are getting several reports of big after shocks hitting the country off 9 cost. can you see it off the northeast coast, the northern island, of new zealand. after the initial 7.1 magnitude the afters so all above 5.0 and the strong of the being a 5.7.
the initial earthquake hit an hour ago with no reports of injury or major damage but another quick look at images we are seeing from new zealand with items being shaken off of a shore shelf. minor damage only so far. >> coming up at 4:00, a wanting for particpiantses, why doctors say you should not public your child into a single sport too soon. >> tonight, just in time for labor day, "7 on your side" and michael finney dishes on how to keep your grill clean and your barbecue guests safe. >> now the story on gearing up for holiday shopping. >> already? >> wal-mart is out with the lit of hottest toys. >> hope you have been saving. wal-mart said they polled hundreds of kids to find out what they wanted. this is what they wish for: a disney princess carriage, a sky
viper streaming drone, and a "star wars" electronic character. >> if you want to shop, wal-mart is launch the lay an program tomorrow so any idea how much the items could again? >> glad you asked. that drone is the cheapest of the three, at $80. the carriage? $400! >> whoa! >> if you are not royalty...it could be tough. >> but you can ride in it together. >> it is that big? >> bigger than the picture. >> we will not be getting in it but... >> from all of us, thank force -- for joining us.
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