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under way. royal wedding countdown. with one of meghan markle's friends is opening up before the big day. almost at 6:00 a.m., welcome to this monday, may 14th. >> we'll start with alexis smith. what's going on in oakland? >> we are starting to look a lot better. i want to take you live to sky 7. they're looking at the backup from an earlier sig alert. we had a significant crash at about 4:30 this morning involving a semi and sedan. that semi was hauling a lot of lumber. they had to call in a special tow truck to the scene. this is the 880 and 980 interchange in oakland, the southbound side. folks heading east from the bay bridge or coming from the berkeley area, looking at heavy volumes. i did check speeds on a few maps here. that's looking like it's five to ten miles per hour. this is starting to unwind. all lanesre back open as of about ten minutes ago. things are starting to unwind. let's check in with mike nicco.
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we have a cooler friend this week. >> we really do. temperatures below average. you can see the may gray out there. it's the gray on the live doppler 7. no green, nothing to signify any rain. let's get your day planned for you at least weatherwise as we look from south beach at how cloudy it is this morning. low to mid 50s on my day planner. through 7:00. we stay in the mid to upper fists at the coast. 63 to 65 around the bay and inland with slow sunshine by noon. 67 to 68 with breezy conditions north of the bay bridge, keeping us below average. jacket weather by 7:00, low 60s. we'll talk about how long this is going to calast coming up. sonoma state finals will go on as planned after a deadly stabbing on campus. >> it happened in a residential community. amy hollyfield live for us on campus. good morning, amy. >> reporter: this is as far as
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we can go. the street is shut down and there are police cars still here surrounding the sauvignon village community where the stabbing happened. it happened last night before 6:00 when the university got the call. they say the victim and the suspect are college-aged males, but they don't know if they for sure are students here. the university is offering support to its students. >> we're also finding housing and hotels for students who are not able to get back in their homes due to the area being roped off as a crime scene. >> the victim was killed. they also are bringing in grief counselors for anyone who needs to talk to someone. they did take a man into custody. police have not said what the motive was behind this attack. there is still a crime scene here. finals will go on as scheduled. they are set to start today. authorities say they do not
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think there is any current threat to students. reporting live in roane nert park, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. the golden state killer suspect joseph deangelo is due in court this morning. a judge is considering making his search and arrest warrants public. >> he's accused of 12 murders and suspected in more than 50 rapes. this morning we're hearing from the mother of the golden state killer's final victims. >> it's one of those situations where they call you in the middle of the night and give you the news that your daughter has just been murdered. >> diane stein says she left her 18-year-old daughter, jeanelle cruz home alone. she was in mexico when her daughter was killed. >> that's the first thing the mother thinks, oh, i want to go home real quick and help her, but you can't. >> she says she remains getting
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strange phone calls for weeks from someone saying i'm going to kill you. she said she thought it was a child prank calling the family. stein still doesn't know why the killer targeted her daughter and hopes a conviction will bring answers. a homeless woman in san francisco's mission district is accused of trying to grab a baby right out of the mother's arms. this happened yesterday on mother's day. neighbors say the area is overrun with transients. this is the security camera footage of the suspect. it captures the moments leaving up to the struggle for the woman's baby. witnesses say rex moore, thank goodness, came to the rescue. >> i had an object in my hand to let her know, you're knot going to take the baby. you need to move down and get off the street. she was a homeless woman and looked like she was under the influence of drugs. >> the baby was taken to the hospital to make sure she was okay. san francisco police detained four transients for questioning. it is not clear what charges, if
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any, the woman will face. san francisco supervisors will take on officials from the company accused of faking cleanup records at the former hunter's point shipyard. workers from tetra tech says the company falsified data to minimize evidence. the soil is still contaminated by radiation. a navy analysis showed nearly half of the samples taken from the site had been falsified or manipulated. tetra tech denies the allegations. in the wake of the hunter's point shipyard scandal, environmental advocates are demanding city officials look closer at treasure island, the site of toxic cleanup involving some of the same players. tetra tech continues to work on technical projects at the former naval base. the company says they were not hired to remove radioactive waste on the island. overnight an 18th fissure opened up on hoo way's big
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island one of the biggest concerns is a major roadway that could be cut off leaving residents stranded. geologists say a massive steam explosion could happen at any day. >> it's almost like your life is on hold. it's not like it's a hurricane where you think, okay, in three days it will be here and then go or a forest fire. this is like a slow motion train wreck. >> officials say continued earthquake activity and additional outbreaks in the area are likely. residents facing concerns over air quality. as many as 2,000 more people could be forced to evacuate at a moment's notice. back to you. a police officer punches a teenager in the face and it's all caught on camera. elon musk says he's figured out a way to speed up model 3 production. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. check out the chances of rain. there really aren't any, but there is going to be morning
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cloud cover every day. so mist and drizzle is a possibility along with cooler-than-average temperatures. >> a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. 6:07 in the morning. you're seeing that typical de
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the clock just turned to 6:10 on this may gray monday morning. temperatures 49 in daly city. low to mid 50s for the rest of the peninsula and the coast. just about all of our neighborhoods. san jose 57, los gatos 45. walnut creek, 55 degrees. if you're going to the beaches, gray and chilly. out and about, no summer clothes needed. it's going to be gusty and choppy north of the bay bridge and east of the golden gate. from 2:00 to 10:00 this afternoon and evening, west winds gusting up to 35 miles per hour. cloud cover over along the east bayshore through 10:00. even up to noon. then sunshine this afternoon and mid to upper 60s. down in the south bay, sunshine breaks out by noon, we'll hang around the upper 60s for the better part of the afternoon hours. grab a coat this evening,
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dropping down to 60. looking better now that the sig alert is over. looking at the bay bridge from sky 7, a little delay on the incline for folks heading to buena island. we have the bay bridge metering lights on. that happened around 5:27 this morning. quickly want to check out things on the san mateo bridge. a disabled vehicle on the midspan is gone. seeing heavy traffic back to the toll plaza. highway 4 to the maze on westbound 80, 26 minutes. 19 across the bay bridge, no delays southbound 101 san francisco to sfo. elon musk says tesla is running a ham thon to fix model 3 issues. hack-a-thon going on to fix two worst robot production choke points. looks promising. they've been plagued with production problems. the fremont factory is making about 2,200 cars a week. to turn a profit, tesla says it
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needs to make 5,000 a week. it expects to reach that point in july. a live look that's just coming in, seconds ago the ceremony for the new u.s. embassy in jerusalem got under way. moush more on what's happening in right after the break. with days to go before the >> tech: so you think this chip is nothing to worry about? well at safelite, we know sooner or later every chip will crack. these friends were on a trip when their windshield got chipped. so thescheduled at safelite.com. they didn't have to change their plans or worry about a thing. i'll see you all in a little bit. and i fixed it right away with a strong repair they can trust. plus, with most insurance a safelite repair is no cost to you. >> customer: really?! >> tech: being there whenever you need us that's another safelite advantage. >> singers: safelite repair, safelite replace. fthere's flonase sensimist.tchy and watery nr pollen. it relieves all your worst symptoms including nasal coestion, which most pills don't.
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welcome back. happening right now, opening ceremony nor the new u.s. embassy in jerusalem now officially under way. a live picture from the embassy where u.s. and israeli delegations are attending. among those taking part, jared and ivanka kushner. president trump's decision to officially recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel has infuriated palestinians. this is a live look at what's happening now in jerusalem. look at this, not too far away on the border, palestinian and israeli border, already seven killed today. protests there for a week. they have been especially deadly today. this is coming the a head and we're watching things closely throughout the morning for you. at least 37 people have been killed in the last week. 1,000 have been injured. it's really a nasty sight. 6:15 now. a community organization is calling for a wisconsin
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policeman to be fired. this after a video surfaced showing the white officer punching an african-american teenager in the face. the teen was in the process of being arrested when the officer appeared to hit him. police arrived after mall security called them about a group of males causing a disturbance. the original black panthers of milwaukee is demanding the officer resign or be fired and calling on prosecutors to charge the officer. president trump's lawyer, michael cohen, reportedly tried to offer his consulting services to uber. that according to a source from uber who spoke to the "wall street journal." the report says cohen offered to smooth out uber's road with the trump administration and tried sweetening the deal by advertising himself as the president's lawyer. the company passed on cohen's services rjts one man called a real life superhero for helping so many moms. james harrison retired on friday after helping save the babies of more than 2 million women. the 81-year-old has earned the nickname in australia, the man
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with the golden arm. he has a pre shous antibody in his arm used to make live saving medication. andy d is given to mothers whose blood could kill their unborn babies. harrison donated blood only 1,000 1,100 times. he said he hopes it's a record someone else will break. >> an amazing story i never heard before. >> 11,000 times and we're just now hearing about it? what an amazing man. we're skipping summer heat once again as we've got the may gray morning going on this monday from the exploratorium. you can see the canopy of clouds out there. going to be cool again with slow sunshine, a lot like yesterday. clouds will come back. cool again tomorrow morning. really the extended, no summer heat. we're locked into a stubborn pattern. look at the temperatures around san francisco.
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upper 50s to low 60s. look at daly city, 56 degrees. now, as we head over towards the peninsula, down towards the peninsula i should say, 63 degrees. it will get brighter the farther south you go. notice the temperatures responding from 62 in millbrae, but as you start to get into the south bay, mountain view at about 70. 57 in pacifica. palo alto and redwood city only 69 degrees. pretty comfortable if you're in the sunshine. mid to upper 60s in the north bay. as we head into the oakland area, 65. as we slide south, you'll see more sunshine. fremont 69. richmond about 63. as we go to our east bay, saving on the electric bill once again, low to mid 70s. that's it. down in the south bay we'll find temperatures in the upper 60s to low 70s. here is aing loo at tonight. looks a lot like this morning. look at all that gray. temperatures mainly in the low to mid fists. my accuweather seven-day
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forecast actually going to get a little cooler tuesday and wednesday. we'll watch for drizzle in wednesday's morning commute and then start to see the sunshine break out just a little faster and finally temperatures back to average by sunday. we've had issues on the roads this morning. alexis is tracking them. >> taking a look at things from sky 7. i'm not sure why, but to me the bay bridge toll plaza always looks so much worse from the air than it does on the ground. let's go live to them. folks coming in from the maze, this is the typical day as you probably know if this is part of your commute. we have the metering lights on for just about an hour. that happened around 5:27. no incidents into san francisco. a typical monday morning commute. unless you're using those outside car pool lanes, cash and fast track, you'll have to sit through the toll plaza up through the metering lights this morning. in oakland, the residual delays totally gone in the earlier sig alert southbound 880 at oak
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street. we have residual delays on the san mateo bridge from a stall, 22 minutes. no delays on rich man san rafael. ginger zee with a look at what's ahead on "good morning america." >> comingup, we have the dangerous situation in hawaii after an 18th fissure has opened. officials say additional outbreaks are likely. our matt gutman is live on the scene this morning with the latest. also ahead, the countdown is on to the royal wedding. now meghan markle's father is in the spotlight after reports of staged paparazzi photos. we'll hear from meghan's friend of 15 years and tell you how to get meghan and kate inspired looks for less. the entire cast of "dead pool 2" taking over times square on a monday morning. i'm telling you, i saw the film. hanging out with them this morning, it's a good show. you're going to want to see it.
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all coming up only on gma. >> you got to hang out with ryan reynolds this morning and i got to hang out with mike nicco. >> and me. hey. >> that sounds fair. >> sounds just as good. >> thanks, ginger. >> you're great. so are you, mike. >> thanks. >> low cost airline spirit is adding another fee. this one you might be happy about. b.a.r.t. may bring in reenforcements to stop people from openly using drugs at its stations. as you get your day into gear, a live look outside at 6:21. we'll be right music [freeway traffic] [angrily] it wasn't my fault that guy was texting! chp officer: does it matter? music
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[dejected] it wasn't my fault he cut me off! does it matter? music [sound of vaccum] [frustrated] that jerk didn't even use his turn signal! it wasn't my fault! doesn't matter. sorry, bro! don't be dead wrong or dead right. survive the ride!
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he's been called a rockstar lwinning pro bono battles for immigrants and the homeless. defending gay rights and gun control. democrat jeff bleich. after columbine, bleich led president clinton's youth violence initiative. with joe biden, bleich took on domestic violence. served president obama as special counsel and ambassador. maybe bleich can't pull off the rockstar look... but his progressive record is solid gold.
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. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. the color of the bay bridge and the sky pretty much mirror each other. it's gray this morning. temperatures pretty much the same as yesterday. so i hope you liked it. we're in a holding pattern with 60s and low 70s once again this afternoon. thank you, mike. the oakland community tried to take the sting out of mother's day for a family of eight after their wife and mother died in a terrible car crash. christina davis was visiting relatives in florida in march when she lost her life. after traveling to florida for the funeral, the family didn't have enough money to return. the non-profit oakland public
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education fund helped to get airfare so the family could come home. >> eventually they're going to realize that mom is not there, but that's the least thing i can do is try to gather the community together and support this family. >> we thank every last person that donated. even though we don't know you, it's going to a very good cause, and we're going to make sure the kids get everything they need out of that. >> a gofundme page has raised more than $20,000 to support the griffin family in their time of need. it is 6:25 now. spirit airlines adding another fee. some people might be happy about the news. spirit will become the first ultra low cost airline to offer inflight wi-fi, expected to cost $6.00 or $7.00 per flight. other airlines are up to $16 per flight. we're five days away from the royal wedding. >> this morning we're hearing from one of meghan markle's closest friend. she says she and the princess
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have been friends for 15 years. she said it was prince harry's down to dallas-ft. worth side that stole her heart. >> they fell in love with nothing around them, no bells and whistles, they did that separately. imagine what they can do together. >> as for the big day, the menu is still top secret. the pastry chef says there will be chocolate truffles. you can watch special coverage this saturday on abc 7. a special edition of gma starts at 2:00 a.m. set that alarm. robin roberts and david muir will be live in windsor, england. >> what kind of good friend goes on national television and spills all the beans five days before the wedding. >> when you get married to a prince -- >> you'll hear nothing out of these lips. >> not even the truffles. an alert for anyone who eats at chili's, your personal
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information may have been exposed. plus -- >> [ bleep ]. >> both mayoral candidates are responding after a london breed supporter shouts racial slurs against jane kim. just coming in to our live desk, facebook
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at 6:30, putting a stop to a disturbing trend on b.a.r.t. the partnership that could stop drug users littering the hallways. welcome to the jungle. a prom in florida includes a wild tiger and other wild animals. sky 7 checking out potential traffic issues. they just crossed the carquinez bridge. we had a big issue in oakland this morning. right now looking pretty good. it's monday, may 14th. hope you're doing well at you're smens sminever more than minutes away from your accuweather forecast. >> we're getting closer to fire danger and summer. doesn't feel like it outside just quite yet. here is a look at live doppler
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7. just about everything is pointing inland. that's an onshore breeze. look at the gray. that's the cloud cover and another reason why we'll be cooler than average today. almost a mirror of mother's day. low to mid 50s in my 12-hour day planner. keep those clothes handy all day at the coast. you don't leave the mid to upper 50s. chilly if you're going to be outside. mid to upper 60s at 4:00. back to coat weather by 7:00. let's see what alexis is watching? >> no major issues right now. that certainly is good news. sky 7 is flying for us this morning. westbound 80, the traffic coming toward us on the north end of the carquinez bridge. i don't know what everyone is up to. we are not complaining. a quick check of drive times, westbound 580 tracy to bub lynn, 1 thundershower and 13 minutes.
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westbound 4 antioch to concord, 35. san rafael to san francisco looking great, in the green at 15 minutes. we weren't the only ones disturbed by a recent viral video of people shooting up in the b.a.r.t. station. >> san francisco's mayor is apparently demanding action. abc 7 news reporter matt keller live in downtown san francisco with a new proposal. >> reporter: good morning, natasha and reggie. b.a.r.t. police say they're short about 30 officers. if they want the problem station patrolled, they'll want help from the san francisco police department. drug addicts shooting up at commuters walk through the civic center b.a.r.t. station. mayor mark farrell held a meeting with b.a.r.t. officials and the san francisco police department to come up with options. farrell says it's a distinct possibility b.a.r.t. riders may zee san francisco police patrolling b.a.r.t. stations. law enforcement and legal experts told the chronicle the
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problem cannot be solved with more officers. they say most of the offenses result in a citation, not jail, and rehabilitation programs are voluntary. at least one supervisor wants to try safe injection sites for the users. matt keller, abc 7 news. a sheriff's deputy is recovering from injuries he suffered in a confrontation at a sonoma car wash. officers were called to the jolly washer on highway 12 late yesterday morning on reports of an employee acting strange. investigators say the man pulled out a gun and shot at the deputies, hitting one of them with a round of snake shot. those are small pellets. the officer returned fire but didn't hit the worker. he was quickly arrested. the injured deputy was taken to the hospital and is in good condition. >> there are three weeks until san franciscans head to the polls to vote for the new mayor. >> over the weekend the race took an ugly turn when someone yelled racial slurs at supervisor jane kim. >> [ bleep ]. >> this cell phone video taken
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saturday at the origin club on fillmore street in supervisor london breed's district. former state senator mark leno and supervisor jane kim were hosting an event when protesters gathered. a non-profit says it called for a peaceful gathering to voice concerns about leno and kim and the agitators are not members involved in their rally. organizers reached out to kim about the incident. >> while slurs and ethnic-based slurs are never okay, we also have to acknowledge that there has been a divide. >> i don't tolerate racism of any kind. people that support me, that support other candidates that unfortunately things like this have happened throughout the campaign trail. >> breed was not involved in the rally. she says she does not know the agitators. happening today, the man accused of being the golden state killer will be back in court as lawyers battle over sealed records that led to his arrest. a judge is considering whether to make search and arrest
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warrants for joseph deangelo public. those documents could provide more details about the dna techniques used to identify him as a suspect. dee anglo's attorney wants the judge to hold off on making a decision until she reviews more documents. prosecutors say a different judge, the one who issued the warrants should be making the decision. deangelo is accused of at least 12 murders and 50 rapes. flags are flying at half staff at san francisco city hall following the unexpected death of former police commission president julius turman. he just resigned from his post earlier this month. he didn't reveal a reason for stepping down from the commission. he spent seven years on the civilian oversight panel. family and friends have not revealed how he died. the examiner reports that police chief bill scott said, quote, he is a compassionate man who cared deeply about the department. he was 52 years old. tesla faces more questions after another crash involving one of its cars. police in south georgian utah
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are trying to figure out if the auto pilot feature was on. there were no serious injuries in this crash. in march an apple engineer zied after his model x hit a freeway barrier in mountain view. the auto pilot was engaged. last week two teenagers died after a model s hit a wall in florida and burst sint flames. investigators are looking at the lithium ion batteries from that tesla. the i-team's dan noyes has exclusive reports about the tesla crashes on abc7news.com. click on sections, then i-team. >> a live desk update with jessica castro. >> brand new at this hour, facebook says it's now suspended about 200 different apps that may violet the company's new privacy guidelines. the company released a statement just a short time ago. it says that they plan to further investigate those 200 questionable apps and they will let users know if their data has been misused. the menlo park company vowed to
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investigate and ought did thousands of apps after the cambridge analytical scandal where users' data was misused. they plan to look at a lot more apps in the future as well. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. you can see a quick look at the school day forecast. i'll get back to that in just a second. i was updating it as we speak. i want to go to the south bay and start with the current conditions so you know what to grab before you head out the door. 50 in los altos to 57 in san jose. low to mid 50s there. if you look, pretty homogenized air mass this morning thanks to the blanket of clouds. emeryville, not foggy by any stretch of the imagination. it's going to be really strong sea breeze that will keep the need for using the ac not very likely as we head into the commutes today. for mass transit, no sign of summer today.
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small craft advisory north of the bay bridge starting at 2:00 this aftrnoon. for the kids, jacket required this morning, notice by 11:00, 56 at theest co-low 60s. kids are going out for recess. the afternoon hours we'll hang out in the mid 50s to mid 60s. temperatures don't change much today. clouds are stubborn. mid to upper 50s from 10:00 to 10:00. the peninsula is our last stop, cloudy at 8:00 and 56. sunshine at 10:00, still 59. strurs struggle in the low to mid 60s from noon to 6:00. heading out this evening, grab the coat. if you're sitting on the aluminum benches watching a game, you might want to take a coat. hope you had a great mother's day. >> thank you very much. i did. >> monday morning, tell us about it. >> we started off a little rough. right now we don't have major issues. sky 7 is flying this morning.
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we have heavier traffic on the westbound side and we had an earlier vehicle fire on the eastbound side. taking a look at pretty views this morning. not quite as pretty southbound 680 through the walnut creek area. we're starting to see delays. we have a new crash reported on westbound 24 around pleasant hill road. we have one lane blocked and that is quickly spilling over onto the 680 corridor. aside from that, not too much to report. i want to take you to the south bay and show how good that's looking. northbound 101, a few places stop and go. no blocking issues to report for the south bay, and mass transit, no current issues there. next traffic update in less than ten. >> heads up if you're going to sfo. starting tonight the air train light rail system will shut down from 8:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m. crews are starting work on a new station to link the train system to the grand hyatt hotel set to open next summer.
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the overnight closures are supposed to last until june 15th. the airport will provide bus service to take people from terminals to the rental car center. a new warning for anyone with a keyless car. the technology blamed for dozens of death. shocking video showing a tiger at a florida high school prom. you're looking live at the big board at the new york stock exchange. an update on how the markets are doing coming up next. a liv
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los angeles and san diego temperatures in the upper 60s. only 90 in palm springs. well over 100 last week. thunderstorms, look at them, across the sierra today. all these areas you see in yellow, that's where we have our best chance of thunderstorms. it's just not today. look at this in my accuweather seven-day forecast, it's every day through saturday with the heaviest rain falling wednesday. >> thanks, mike. you're not going to believe this video. an incident on the tarmac in
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turkey. do you see that? that plane not only clipped the other plane, but actually took off the tale of a turkish airlines plane in istanbul. investigators say the turkish jet didn't park where it was supposed to and it was sticking into a taxiway when the other plane was passing by. no one was hurt. snoem state university will be open and finals will go on as planned after a deadly stabbing on campus. >> the stabbing happened in a residential community. abc 7's amy hollyfield live for us near campus. amy? >> reporter: we still see police outside that residential community. this is as far as we can go. they've blocked out this street outside the sauvignon village housing area where the stabbing happened. it happened last night just before 6:00 when the university got the call. officials say the victim and suspect are college-aged males, but don't know if they are students here. the university is offering support to the students here.
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>> petaluma police department has agreed to help in the investigation and the university has provided grief counselors for those residents in our residential communities to support them during this time. >> reporter: the victim was killed and they did take a man into custody. police have not said what the possible motive could have been in this attack. there is still a crime scene here. they say finals will go on today as scheduled. they're set to start today. authorities tell us they do not think there is any threat to the students at this time. reporting live in roane nert park, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. an update from overseas happening right now. an opening ceremony for the new u.s. embassy in jerusalem is under way. you see jared kushner, senior adviser and son-in-law to president trump, he took the podium a short time ago. this is a live picture from the
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embassy. jared's wife and first daughter ivanka kushner also there. president trump not in attendance, but new in the last few minutes, president trump actually gave a video message to the crowd. take a listen to part of what he said. >> our greatest hope is for peace. the united states remains fully committed to facilitating a lasting peace agreement, and we continue to support the status quo at jerusalem's holy sites and we extend a hand in friendship to israel, the palestinians and to all of their neighbors. >> jared kushner continuing to speak. ivanka trump in the first row there watching her husband speak. i want to show you what's happening not too far away. president trump's decision to officially recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel has infuriated palestinians. we've seen these protests for weeks. it's come to a head this morning. at least 37 people have been killed. thousands have been injured.
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so, of course, we are tracking all of it closely. back to you. >> jessica, thank you. the principal of a high school in miami is apologizing for the live entertainment at the prom. the theme of saturday night's dance was welcome to the jungle. cell phone video captured live tiger brought in in a cage. a school spokesperson says the animals were not forced to perform. they were always accompanied by handlers. many parents and animal caretakers are outraged. >> quite frankly, i was shocked. people say this tiger is calm. no, he wasn't. its ears are going -- >> all signs of disstraes? >> all signs of distress. >> some individuals have expressed their sentiments about the use of animals as part of a performance at prom. we recognize this decision has offended some and for that we apologize. coming up at 7:00, the details of the legality of
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live animals for entertainment. >> so odd. what would they have done if it were an under the seas theme? coffee cans recalled because of injury hazard. 65,000 conditions of illy coffee has been recalled. the commission says the lid can detach suddenly when you try to take the lid off if the can is missing an air valve on the bottom. the cans include medium, dark roeft anti decaf nated cans. we have a inwilling on abc7news.com with more information. now your morning money report. if you used a credit card at a chilli's restaurant -- >> the chain says malware was used to gather credit and debit card information in march and april. the company hasn't revealed which restaurants were affected. an outside security firm has been hired to investigate. munchry is shutting down in three cities and also slashing 30% of its staff. deliveries will stop in new york, los angeles and seattle.
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munchry will instead focus on the bay area. in a blog post the company ceo says he will refocus on the shipping capabilities and technology and hopes to eventually serve other regions once again. the new york stock exchange, it looks like we're still up more than 100 points this morning. we're going to be watching carefully as the second round of u.s.-china trade negotiations continues. world markets were up overnight after president trump tweeted it will all work out. we all know the warriors will take on the houston rockets in game one of the western conference finals tonight. >> what you may not know is we have a bet with our sister station ktrk in houston. >> good morning, reggie, natasha, jessica, mike and alexis. when our rockets win, here is the wager, you will be wearing all this cool rockets gear on the air. >> get ready. you better wear your red and agree a beard, reggie because we have the beard. >> red nation. >> red will look great on you.
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don't worry. >> i eat curry chicken for breakfast. >> that's right, reggie! >> i can't wear this hat because it will ruin my anchor hair. can we do four straight? why not. >> warriors. >> you too alexis. >> natasha. >> mike. >> rockets red glare is coming your way. >> let's go rockets. let's go rockets. let's go rockets. >> alexis, where were you in 1995? >> it was so long ago, i can't remember. >> middle school maybe? >> that was a long time ago. i was in elementary school. >> why do you mention 1995? >> that's that's the last time the rockets won. >> a couple reasons for that. there's this guy called michael jordan. he was playing baseball at that time. when he came back to the nba,
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houston didn't make the finals again or at least they didn't win. >> we look forward to seeing that team wearing our dubs colors. >> go dubs. >> go dubs. >> maybe they'll grow a mullet like i had back in '95. >> there you go. >> you can grow that, but you can't grow a beard, some of us. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. delays at sfo, 62 minutes this morning. check ahead. our morning may gray causing that issue. it will be brighter this afternoon. watching for morning drizzle just about every morning this week. here is a look at the cloud cover. look how extensive it is. notice by noon, it's still pushing across the golden gate, lining up across the east bayshore. some of our coastal valleys. by 4:00, making a march to the east. by 7:00, already covering a lot of the bay, ready do cover all our neighborhoods tonight. look what it does to our temperatures, we're anywhere
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from two to ten degrees below average. a lot of low 70s in the south bay. we'll have mid to upper 60s most of the peninsula. millbrae 62. mid to upper 50s, a raw day along the coast. mid to upper 60s through the north bay valleys. same temperatures along the east bayshore. normally warm up north, but not that with breeze. low to mid 70s for our inland east bay neighborhoods. dropping to 56 at 10:00. the reds in town toic that on the giants. here is my accuweather seven-day forecast, cooler with a chance of drizzle the next couple mornings. a slow warming trend gets us back to average by sunday. let's get over to alexis. >> thanks, mike, heading back live to sky 7. westbound 24 on the -- it looks like they already passed lafayette and in orinda now. we had a crash reported on the pleasant hill off-ramp. did not look like that was a huge issue when they passed by.
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as you can see, westbound 24 looking okay once you make it past that area. i want to flip over to our traffic maps and show you the backup into the walnut creek strach. we were hearing the off-ramp was blocked. i don't believe that's the case any longer. southbound 680 slow from pleasant hill down into walnut creek. i don't think that's going to turn into a major issue. out of the central valley, westbound 580 trace si to dublin, one hour and 11 minutes. southbound on 680 dublin to mission boulevard about 24 minutes. 101 to cupertino on 85, in the green at 13 minutes. an eye opening report about keyless cars. reporting at least 28 people have died of carbon monoxide poisoning because drivers forgot to turn off the ignition. there's been a call for vehicles to have beeps to warn drivers the their vehicles are still running. some companies agreed to do so voluntarily. others have not. a good samaritan tackled a man who as salted two elderly
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women on mother's day in brooklyn. th suspect will enter from the bottom of your screen and start walking towards them. take a look. it's hard to watch. both women in their 70s were dazed, one bleeding from the head. a good samaritan chased the man down and held him until police got there. >> he was here, defending her, making sure she was all right. thank god he was there. >> the two women were treated at the hospital. they have been released. the suspect is expected in court today and faces assault charges. apple ceo tim cook is challenging graduating students to be fearless and fight justice and inequality. >> he gave the commencement speech at duke university. he got a business degree there in 1988. reacknowledged social and political issues like g violence and the me too movement. >> from him i learned to never be content with the way that
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things are. i believe this mindset comes naturally to young people and you should never let go of this restlessness. >> that woman behind him, did she have an iphone? or is that a different product? >> may not have been an iphone. >> may have rethought that if i were her. cook encouraged the graduates to use technology to make the world a better place.
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6:58, if you're just joining us or heading out the door, here are the 7 things you need to know before you go. an opening ceremony for the u.s. embassy in jerusalem is happening now. protests have turned deadly on the gaza strip. at least 41 people are dead, more than 1,000 injured. >> number two, finals at sonoma state university will go on as planned today as police investigate a deadly stabbing on campus. a suspect has been arrested. officials say both the victim and the suspect are college-aged males. number three, san francisco police may soon be helping b.a.r.t. officers crack down on drug users at the civic center station. this video of drug users at the station prompted action. number four, the golden state killer suspect is due back
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in court today. a judge will decide whether his search and arrest warrants will be unsealed from the public. number five, look at the grayness, even our inland neighborhoods. trurgs below average, low to mid 50s this morning to upper 60s for the rest of us this afternoon. number six, a new crash on the nimitz, southbound 880 just before you get to high street. just one vehicle involved, but it cut across all lanes, ended up on the shoulder. emergency crews are blocking one lane and that's starting to back up quickly. the warriors ready for a showdown in texas. game one of the western conference finals against the rockets happens tonight in houston. tip-off is at 6:00. >> don't have the home court advantage, but i think we'll be just fine. i'm excited. >> go >> got caught up in being the home team the last three years. >> a live look from sky 7 looking toward mount diablo and
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the rays and sun looking through the clouds. >> see you again in 25 minute the volcano emergency growing in hawaii. a dangerous new crack appears spewing lava into the air. now new fears of a massive eruption. police going door to door telling people to leave right now. also breaking jared kushner and ivanka trump right there as a new u.s. embassy opens in jerusalem this morning. massive protests already under way. gunshots fired at the border. new southwest scare. passengers racing to put on oxygen masks as the plane's cabin loses pressure forcing the flight to make an emergency landing. royal trouble. meghan markle's father allegedly staging photos with the paparazzi just days before his daughter's big day. this coming after prince harry famously

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