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look at this, it's being called a miracle in guatemala. a new video shows a baby pulled from ash covered house as the search for survivors continues there. >> six months after the death of mayor ed lee san francisco about to elect a mayor. your voice, your voice and abc has you covered on all the issues on this exciting election day. change is coming. good morning this tuesday june 5th. >> you're never more than 7 minutes away from accuweather forecast. mike nicco here. micah good day to go out and vote? >> i think so. no rain in the forecast. maybe some drizzle this time tomorrow morning. by then we'll already know the results. here is a look at cloud coverage broken right now. it is coming pack, signifying the sea breeze is taking over and even cooler afternoon temperatures than we experienced yesterday. here is a look at san jose 280, 17, clouds to south bay.
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temperatures by 7:0040s to 50s. stay in the 50s at the coast. mid to upper 60s, cool and mild at noon. 67 to 76. temperatures even cooler at 4:00 today than they were yesterday. 55 to 62 at 7:00. coming up, i'll take a look at your activity planner that revolves around cool and breezes. this morning did i hear you say it's a little quieter? >> than yesterday. yeah, i guess we could say that we don't have any major blocking issues right now. here is a look at bay bridge toll plaza a stackup in the cash lanes. that's the norm here. more of those open but no metering lights yet. this should happen in 20, 25 minutes this morning. a quick check of drive times. we do have a disabled vehicle on the bay bridge. that is slowing you down a bit. roadwork wrapped up westbound 880 between highway 4 and the maze. back in the green, 17 minutes. slight delays theest are of the way san francisco southbound 101 san francisco to sfo looking
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great in the green at nine minutes. we'll check on the central valley coming up next. >> thanks, alexis. on the big contest, the race for san francisco mayor. the winner will serve the remaining term of the late ed lee. >> the next mayor faces some daunting challenges with afterwardable housing and homelessness at the top of voters minds. abc news reporter live at city hall. amy. >> there are eight people running for mayor hoping to take over this office here at city hall. just about everyone agrees the biggest issue facing the mayor will be the homeless problem in san francisco. the current interim mayor has been cleaning out encampments the last weeks so the new mayor will continue in that direction or change course. whatever new move the mayor makes people will be watching closely as taxpayers spent billions on this issue in the last few decades. most residents see the problem as getting worse. there is talk from some candidates of removing people
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from the streets and hiring more police officers to tackle the problem. others talk about adding more homeless shelters and assistance. right choice voting in play today with some candidates emphasizing to voters who they should pick as the second choice. we have a message from each candidate on our website if you need to study the issue a little further go to abc7news.com. reporting live in san francisco, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. thank you so much. we'll also be deciding on several ballot measures today. they include regional measure 3. that would increase tolls at all of our bay area bridges with the exception of golden gate bridge by $3 over the next seven years. 4.5 million measure would fund 35 projects with the goal of reducing traffic by increasing ferry service, improving bus systems, and replacing b.a.r.t. trains. two former san jose mayors announced they blocked the measure yesterday saying they would bring relief to the bay area's horrible traffic issues.
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cupertino's mayor is against the measure. >> i think in light of what's happened at the federal government in the last year, we ought to be asking corporations to step up and help us >> he also said it's too much of a burden on low i object come drivers. >> other measure proposition 9, state initiative that would ensure new transportation revenue is spent only on transportation projects. it's a companion measure to the $0.12 gas tax approved last year. proposition e would ban the sale of flavored tobacco and nicotine products including menthol, hookah and baking products. we'll have coverage tonight as results come in at 9:00 and 11:00 p.m. before you head to the polls, check out the complete election guide at abc7news.com. it has everything you need to know including links to find your polling place.
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this is the play that will forever define 49ers receiver dwight clark. the catch helped the team win the first of five championships in the '80s and '90s. to niners fans he was just as great off the field as on the field. >> he died yesterday since battling als since 2015. he didn't announce his diagnosis until a year ago. sports director pointed out clark was always friendly with fans even when most of them would want to talk about the same story, the catch. longtime friend lucy was saddened to hear of his passing. >> the last few weeks were so tough, because it affects breathing. his wife, kelly, bless he respected dwight's wishes of not wanting to be on a ventilator. >> former 49ers owner eddieieie
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organized a gathering with teammates in april. the president said knbr got together, it's kind of inspiring when you see the debilitation that he's suffering physically and then those eyes start sparkling and then that smile comes on. his speech is strained but he uses those phrases that you know so well that are so dwight clark. he was only 1 years o6 >> he'll be missed. two men arrested on a sexual assault in sonoma. >> a 28-year-old woman found outside sonoma safe way claimed she had been sexually assaulted. she said she was pushed into a car in san francisco after leaving a nightclub and driven to sonoma. over the weekend these men were arrested. freddie lopez and cristian quintero. cell phone records used to narrow the timeframe of when the car crossed the golden gate bridge and then detectives caught a break.
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>> one of the detectives sat there and watched during the time she crossed the golden gate bridge, noticed a black vehicle with a neon rear light, like a license plate light that was really bright. he remembered seeing that vehicle on other surveillance vehicle in sonoma. >> pretty amazing. this the image of the vehicle they used to determine the identity of the driver. they are trying to connect them to other unsolved sexual assaults. the death toll in guatemala climbed to 69 after the eruption of the volcano fire and drone video shows the communities there buried in ash. the eruption sunday sent searing mud racing through neighborhoods. at least 46 others also have been injured and thousands of people have been evacuated from the danger zone and area just west of guatemala city. but we also want to show you this this morning. there is a sign of hope. look at this video. it's incredible new video. a rescuer there seen pulling a
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baby from an ash covered house that baby looks completely unharmed. >> thanks goodness. i want to talk about the hawaii from kilauea that destroyed more homes on the big island. 117 have been wiped out since fissures opened up a month ago. thousands remain under evacuation orders. >> you are never more than 7 minutes away from accuweather forecast. we'll show you embarcadero, trees swaying, doing early morning dance off the ferry building in the distance. big indication that big-time cooling is going to continue today as the sea breeze is tall enough now that it's going to reach all of our neighborhoods. we have a few heat index out there this morning. ought to make a gorgeous sunrise. if you capture it, we'd love to see it. #abc 7, if you're going to post it on social media. those high clouds will hang
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around, 50s at the coast, 60s around the bay, 70sinland i'll tak a look at the accuweather fecast cing up. first of all swing it over to alexis and see what she's watching. >> unfortunately bay bridge has been our hospital. we started off with a crash on lower deck and eastbound direction that's gone now. we've got a new problem on the upper deck, the westbound side of 80. that is the busy side of the bay bridge this time of day. just past treasure island disabled vehicle blocking the left lane, slowing you down here. check out the back up, red back temperature toll plaza. could be bad, have a ripple effect and get metering lights ahead of schedule. i hope they are running a traffic break to clear that. also seeing residual in palo alto, northbound 101 about 21 mile an hour. looks like all lanes just reopened around willow area. and look outside here. golden gate bridge southbound 101, still very light volume-wise. driving conditions ideal this morning, too. next traffic update at 5:20. >> alexis, you'll be interested in this.
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bus ridership is down across the bay area and the cause is creating more traffic. according to marin independent journal ridership on golden gate transit declined 9% from july to march compared to the same period a year before. the cause? buses are late because there's so much traffic. that makes people frustrated so they get back in their cars and that creates more traffic. plus the bay area home and rental prices driving out more folks more likely to ride a bus. police chief staying put. mayor garcetti had nothing but kind words for scott but announced next lapd chief will be 37-year-old veteran michael moore. scott was one of three finalists for the job. he actually spent 27 years with the lapd before coming here to san francisco 18 months ago. chief scott said, quote, i remain committed to the work ahead to maintain public safety, reduce crime and strengthen the
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relationships between our officers and the people of the city and county of san francisco. one potential solution to san francisco's housing crisis is now expanding to other parts of the bay area. >> abc news has an exclusive announcement regarding the miss america pageant. the makeover in the works. >> hard to forget this fbi agent's dance move that led to someon ♪ ♪ legendary jockey víctor espinoza is insatiable when it comes to competing. ♪ ♪ so is his horse. ♪ ♪
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hey, let's take a look, open up the weather window. can you see the fog trying to develop and gorgeous sunrise that is developing. let's talk about activities. you want to play on the bay, be careful south of the bridge. exercising still pretty comfortable. over the ocean, caution for small craft. can you see the advisory. starts at 2:00 this afternoon through 9:00 tomorrow. this evening gusting to 30 knots. here is jessica. >> thank you. no more swim suit competition on miss america. the entire program getting a makeover in light of the me too movement. former pageant winner and now chairman of miss america announced changes on "gma." she said miss america no longer a pageant but competition and women will be able to wear what they want. >> now we're adding in this new caveat that we're not going to judge you on your outward appearance because we're interested in what makes you
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you. tell us about goals and achievements. by the way, at the end of the day we hand out scholarships to these young women. >> carlson took over as chairman of the board this year. former male executive resigned over sexist comments made about former competitors. can you watch this year's miss america competition september 9th right here on abc. >> san leandro city manager back on the job after being cleared of sexual psi conduct allegations. he was accused by sexual misconduct by the ceo of davis street family resource center. she claimed he pressured her to have a sexual relationship with him in exchange for funding t an independent investigator found it lacked credibility. reinstating him was unanimous. reaction after major decision by supreme court ruling in favor of colorado baker who
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refused to make a cake celebrating a same sex wedding. >> we must love and support one another. >> reporter: in this morning's "gma" first looking supreme court ruled in favor of a colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same sex couple because of his religious beliefs. his case landed at the court after a lower court upheld colorado civil rights commission finding he violated laws against discrimination by refusing to paying a wedding cake for charlie craig and david mullins in 2012. >> we don't want other couples to go through the same thing, so it's not just about us. >> on monday justices voted 7-2 in favor of the baker deciding he wasn't given a fair hearing and writing the state of colorado's ruling exhibited religious hostility against him. coming up at 7:00 a.m., we'll have more on the reaction to that decision. with "gma" 1st look i'm eva pilgrim, abc news, new york. a 13-year-old student facing
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charges of planning a school shooting in pleasant hill. fbi reported police friday regarding threat against valley view middle school. investigators found social media message between two students threatening a mass shooting on the last day of school. pleasant hill police served search warrant at the home in martinez where they seized several firearms. the 13-year-old suspect arrested and booked into contra costa juvenile hall for terrorist threats. pleasant hill police asking anyone with informationononononn incident to inform them. our media partner bay area news group reports jerry hill from san mateo would introduce a bill this week that would require fire departments to submit reports to local gomping body to ensure they meet state standards. the investigation found 11 at large fire departments in the bay area missed inspection deadline for more than 90% of apartment buildings and schools
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between 2010 and 2017. >> listen to this. a room in a luxury building in san francisco for under $1200 sounds unreal, right? well, a startup says it has come up with an affordable solution to the housing crisis and it's called home share. the online housing department places them in trendy buildings and installs them in room dividers, for example living room becomes a bedroom. one bedroom becomes two lower cost of living. home share has units in san francisco and silicon valley. >> the sigh rainfall can't find roommates, though, hey. >> i guess so. >> apple getting ready day two of developers conference in san jose and they unveiled some software upgrades during day one. >> apple's latest operating system called ios 12 includes a feature called screen time monitoring how long you're on
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the phone and specific apps. also greater privacy protections, preventing information so it can target specific ads to users. and you'll now be able to face time with up to 32 people at the same time. i don't even know 32 people. so i guess i should be recruiting more friends. >> well, that's a different issue, reggie. i don't know why you would want to see all 32 people. just meet up at a restaurant or a bar. >> who wants to have face contact anymore. >> right, just text me. >> i guess it's good if you're trying to have a reunion across the country. there you go. >> high school reunion. >> way to pull us out of that dive. i appreciate that. all right. let's talk about what's going on with my accuweather forecast, which you're never more than seven minutes away from. a look at walnut creek. can you see it looks breezy there. the clouds are starting to encroach. any time you see clouds in the east bay value you know it's
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going to be cooler than it should be. early low clouds and cooling breezes for the entire day. tonight low clouds, drizzle possible east bay hills and coast and a roller coaster of high temperatures as we head through the extended. you can see the clouds not making much headway in north and south bay. they will be around there. thickest around coast and east bayshore line up until 10:00, 10:30. they will be along the coast. even there they will have a hard time hanging around. breezes sos strong thinning out and bringing you sunshine. we'll call it mostly sunny this afernoon. take a look at temperatures, start in san francisco, 63 downtown, 64 in the mission and also in the marina. daly city only 56 today. head to east bay. yesterday comfortable 70s. a little chill with mid to upper 60s and breezy conditions. peninsula, this is where the breezes will be the fastest with mid-60s to low 70s. down in the south bay low- to mid-70s for most neighborhoods. up in the north bay we'll have a
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spread from about 74 -- should say east bay pleasanton, 80 antioch, santa rosa, 79, that's one of the warmest spots. accuweather forecast coolest wednesday and thursday, drizzle in the morning. warm friday, cool again saturday and warming for sunday and monday. hey, alexis. >> hey, good morning. unfortunately we've got a couple hot spots to talk about right now. the first one is southbound 680. this is in the sunol area heading to freemont around andrade road. reported two left lanes, expressway lane and fast lane. chp has been called to the scene to provide traffic control. yeah, that is really starting to stack up. that is north and state route 84. hope italy that will clear soon. actually have not found anywhere that happened. also westbound 80 past treasure island on theay bridge giving you the thumbs-up because the disabled vehicle has been cleared from the left lane. i guess i would give a thumbs down to this. bay bridge toll plaza feeling effects of that and metering
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lights turned on at 5:05. that's about 20 minutes earlier than usual. really busy if you're coming from the east bay maybe want to consider barre.a.r.t. today. take a look at drive times coming up next. we have an update on this incident. an off duty fbi agent whose gun fell out during a backhand spribar. the gun discharged and hit someone in the leg. >> now the bar where this all happened is offering the victim free drinks forever. the case remains under investigation. so far no charges have been filed. so free shots for getting shots. i can't. a group of indirect investors cannot sue drug testing company. a judge in san jose ruled against the group last week saying indirect investors could
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not prove they were deliberately misled by the company. more than 200 people invested in funds that bought shares between theranos between 2014 and 2016. they claim the startup lied to investors about its capabilities. the group's lawyer says they may appeal the ruling. >> seven things to know as you start the day. plus amazon looking for a new headquarters, not in california. so why did it just lease a massive property in silicon valley. >> if you don't have time to visit the moon in real life,
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lee's term. number three decision day in santa clara county where voters will decide whether to recall judge persky in the controversial brock turner case. persky gave the former stanford swimmer six months in jail for the sexual assault of an unconscious woman. number four, big changes to miss america competition. they will no longer have a swim suit section and women will be able to wear whatever they want. miss america chairwoman gretchen carlson said contestants will be judged for their brains, not this bodies. number five, more signs of change outside. look at these temperatures today. the 50s at the coast, barely 70s and 80s around the bay and inland. and number six, unfortunately the bay bridge commute already heavy this morning. we had an earlier disabled vehicle right around treasure island that turned on the metering lights very early about 5:05 this morning and 30 minutes the rest of the way into san francisco. fumbnumber stephen starbucks
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a new drink, serious strawberry cappuccino, made from strawberry cream, topped with more strawberry puree and whip. >> can weall it cappuccino if there's no coffee in it. >> i think we lost that battle once the unicorn came into our life. >> just a milkshake or something. nasa inviting you to take a tour of the moon virtual reality style. >> it takes you on spectacular ride around the moon stopping at specific spots on the surface including south pole and apollo 17 landing site. for the entire tour go to our website, abc7news.com. we're coming back with another 90 minutes of news including package delivery that had hazmat teams responding in full body
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a roseanne reboot? the latest on the plan to bring the show back without its main star. >> from recalling judge aaron persky to the latest in the governor's race, it's your voice, your vote. we're covering it all for you as the polls open in 90 minutes. the question everybody is asking this morning on election day, how is that weather? it looks gorgeous. >> yeah, it does, doesn't it? >> good morning, tuesday, june 5th, election day. >> a lot of people on social media, at least on my page, vote for cooler weather. >> there you go. >> you already won. do vote anyway. we're on sunrise alert. look at the color. stop, look up and enjoy. it's harder around san francisco as you see the marine layer on
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sutro tower. let's look. you see the breeze blowing at the coast 26 miles an hour in fairfield, a little cover, the gray you see. tomorrow a better chance of drizzle. accuweather 12 hour day planner starting off mid-50s at 7:00, staying in the mid to upper 50s at the coast. a little cool outside at lunch, 67 to 7, very comfortable afternoon. grab a jacket this evening 50s and low 60s. hey, alexis. >> hi, mike. roadwork slowing us down in a couple areas. sunol, southbound 680 several miles of heavy traffic approaching andrade road. i don't have anything scheduled here on the southbound side. i know i had some northbound roadwork scheduled and that cleared up a few minutes ago. southbound you are really heavy back up into pleasanton. we're hearing from our partners at waze we have two left lanes blocked. also looking at residual delays from earlier roadwork in palo alto. 101 down to 4 miles an hour getting through that scene.
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definitely some hot spots. we'll check on bay bridge. that's slow, too, in a few minutes. thanks, alexis. your voice, your vote. voters will decide whether or not to recall judge aaron persky. >> persky came under criticism for what some thought was a lenient six-month student for the sexual assault case of former stanford student brock turner. joining us live from san jose, at the registrar of voters. hi, matt. >> reporter: good morning, jessica and reggie. we're about an hour and a half from the holes opening up at the registrar's office in san jose. getting those trash cans ready outside. voters will get to decide if they want to consult judge persky's term on the bench by four years. this was all sparked by sentencing of brock turner. he gave the former stanford swimmer six months in jail for sexual assault of unconscious woman following justice department's recommendation. prosecutors wanted six years. the sentencing went viral around the world. that sparked outrage and recall
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campaign. fellow judges in santa clara county support persky on the grounds judges must maintain independence and not be swayed by public opinion. voters have the choice of two on the ballot if persky is recalled. reporting live, matt keller, abc 7 news. voters will decide which two candidates in the governor's race will go onto the november election. >> new bipartisan poll that shows gavin newsom and john cox pulling away from the field. however, california charter school association advocates recently spent millions on ad like this one to boost antonio villaraigosa's bid for governor and endorse former mayor of los angeles because he supports increase in funding and access to charter schools for low income students. charter school opponents worry they will take away choice to attend charter schools if he's elected governor. >> any sort of artificial pause
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on growth of charter schools is really detrimental to what parents ultimately said they want and need in their public education system. >> newsom says he will not take away anyone's choice but promises to hold charter schools responsible pref we'll have complete election coverage as results come in at 9:00 and 11:00 p.m. on abc 7 news. before you head out to the polls this morning, you can check out our complete election guide at abc7news.com. it has everything you need to know including links to find your polling place. the man who will forever be linked to san francisco sports history has died. dwight clark, the man who made what's known as the catch for the 49ers succumbed monday to als. it was back in 1982 when clark made a spectacular last minute touchdown grab in the nfc title game against the dallas cowboys sending the niners to the first of their five super bowls. clark was a niner his entire playing career and worked his
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way up to become general manager. in march 2017 he announced he was diagnosed with als. last year they honored him and he spoke that day from a luxury suite high above the field. >> you know i'm going through a little thing right now. i need your prayers and thoughts. >> clark has survived by his wife and three children, daughter casey and two sons dwight and max. dwight clark was just 61 years old. in announcing his death on twitter, his wife said he passed away surrounded by loved ones. joe montana called clark a vibrant, charismatic soul. here is a tweet from jerry rice, love you, bro, r.i.p. tom brady posted he watched the catch in question and ambushed him at the orthodontist. he called him a hero. we have many more reactions to his passing on our website. abc7news.com.
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this morning pittsburgh police want to know who sent drugs to a business. workers at tony's auto repair called police last night when they unexpectedly received a package containing a powdered substance in the mail. police say they treated this like hazmat calling kotb cost county hazardous material teams. they dressed up in full body suits and determined, yeah, it was drugs. santa cruz sheriff's department want your help identifying a man hugging a girl in live oak. investigators say the 11-year-old was with her mom when this stranger grabbed her from behind. the girl's mom and the clerk kicked him out of the score. if you recognize this guy, call the santa cruz sheriff's office. wildfire season is upon us.
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this morning we're tracking two brush fires burning in the county. you can see flames near coa linga road. another small fire on coalinga road near bitter water. that one only 5% contained. >> the playground named for a man who tried to keep asian-american people out of the u.s. is being renamed. they are taking up resolution to change the name of the playground at the corner of west pacific and spruce street. he was a bay area congressman at the turn of the 20th century who helped pass the law that prevented chinese people from imgragt to the u.s. that law was enforced until 1943. >> you are never more than 7 minutes away from my accuweather forecast. we've got 40 degree temperature
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in san francisco. sunny side, glen park, the mission, over towards the castro at 50. warm spots only 52. coming to the ferry building downtown heading into the bay view. 52 at richmond right now. 47 in palo alto. some upper 40s around santa clara and saratoga. 49 daly city. look at the mid-40s. need a heavier coat in petaluma, 46. here is a look at the haze the cloud deck is creating. northbound from emeryville. if you're driving through elevated areas this morning or some of our north-south bridges, you're going to notice those breezes. now for mass transit, dress for cool conditions this morning, mild this afternoon. on the ferry if you take one from oakland south of the bay bridge that's where it's going to be chopchoppiest. take a look at east texas bay temperatures in the 50s, 65 at 10:00, low 70s at noon and mainly upper 70s for the afternoon hours falng back to 66 this evening. if you like dinner on the back
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porch it may be chilly. peninsula 56, nearing 2 at noon, mid-60s through the afternoon hours. 58 if you're headed to the kids activities, may take a blanket. some of our warmest temperatures will barely get there. a few cities up in the north bay from 1:00 to 4:00 we could touch 80. look how quickly it drops off back down to 66 degrees by 8:00. all right. i was listening to your tease. you promised to take us to the bay bridge toll plaza. what's going on. >> those metering lights on very early this morning. 5: 05. that was due to disabled vehicle past treasure island. that is long gone. damages done does not take much as you know to slow down this east bay commute for folks heading into san francisco and beyond. very early start at the toll plaza. that means we've got an extra long back-up into the maze. see the delays and flyover on folks from 880 really the only ones moving along without problems are the carpool lanes.
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but that being said it is much better once you make it onto the bridge. we're down to 12 minutes instead of 30-minute drive. a new crash on nimitz, southbound 880 before a street, two vehicles involved and center lane blocked. chp arriving to the scene. earlier 680 slow through the sunol area. we'll head back there coming up next. happening this morning harvey weinstein said to be arraigned on criminal sex act charges scheduled to happen 7:00 a.m. our time. a grand jury in new york indicted the movie mogul on three counts involving two women. dozens more have accused weinstein of sexual misconduct ranging from harassment to assault. he denies the allegations and his lawyer has challenged credibility of weinstein's accuser. president trump taking a stand and disinviting philadelphia eagles to the white house. find out how the super bowl champs are now responding. a big day in a push to honor
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late mayor ed lee. how does swimming from japan
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than doubles your chance of escape in case of a fire. smoke alarms can provide an early warning if you follow these 3 steps. repalce your smoke alarms every 10 years. if they're old an discolored it's time to replace them. check your batteries regularly. a great time to change them is every spring and fall when you change your clocks. and lastly, check your alarms weekly. replace. change. test. because early warnings help to save lives.
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it's graduation season mission high school graduating in san francisco today. mid-60s throughout the afternoon hours with breezy conditions and mostly sunny sky also. then over in castro valley we've got redwood high school graduating at 4:30 this afternoon. temperatures in the upper 60s
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but then falling into the mid-60s with breezy conditions. enjoy the sunshine and congratulations. we've got 104 in palm springs today, l.a. 73, 93 fresno. look at the cooling breeze around sacramento only 84 today. water temperatures between 50 and 55 in tahoe. air temperatures low- to mid-70s through friday. >> mike, thank you. if you're a fan of the "roseanne" show, take heart. an announcement of a second reboot could be imminent. >> they have been exploring the downtown-of-rebranding the show to focus on sara gilbert's character darlene. the show, which was number one in the ratings, got canceled last week after roseanne barr tweeted a picture comparing a black woman to an ape. >> san francisco prepare for quorts case scenario, active shooter decision. the police will undergo training exercise in the human resource
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department. if you are nearby, don't be alarmed if you hear what sounds like gunshots. the simulation involves the use of blanks, the type of gun cartridge that makes a flash and popping sound. first golden state warriors, now philadelphia eagles. president trump disinvited super bowl champs from visiting the white house after reports that fewer than 10 players plan to show up. >> the president tweeting unfortunately only a small number of players decided to come and we canceled the event. staying in the locker room nor the playing of our national anthem is as disrespectful to our country as kneeling. sorry. eagles issued a statement without addressing the white house. we are truly grateful for all the support we have received and we are looking forward to continuing our preparations for the 2018 season. last year president trump disinvited warriors after steph curry said he wouldn't be attending. amazon's plan to build mega campus in silicon valley.
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the online retailer signed two new leases in sunnyvale. 45,000 feet of office space split between two buildings. according to silicon business journal the lease at 1140 and 1160 enterprise way mark a big expansion for amazon all together taking over six buildings in sunnyvale totalling 1.7 million square feet. the push to name international terminal at sfo after ed lee going forward. members will attend the meeting of the airport commission. that's where they are going to formally start naming process by nominating lee for the owner. lee was san francisco's first asian-american mayor. more than 0 organizations joined together to petition the airports and name the international terminal after him. more good news for the warriors after another big win in the nba finals sunday knit. >> andre iguodala plans to
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return monday night for game three. reports iguodala has hasn't felt pain over the last few days and sprinted during workouts. iguodala sustained bone bruise during the conference finals against houston rockets. it's not official yet but head coach says he's oopt miesque. >> abc 7, the only place to watch finals presented by youtube tv. warriors versus cavs tomorrow night in cleveland. pregame show and tip-off at 6:00 and stay with us for to it after the game. this next story is wild, a swimmer diving into the pacific ocean. he's going for a swim for six months. he's traveling all the way from tokyo to here, san francisco. he kicked off his journey overnight. >> this is incredible. we'll see how this goes. he's broadcasting on facebook live. i don't know how you pronounce his last name.
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his journey is 5500 miles. it will take him six months to get here. he'll do this eight hours a day. he says he needs to eat 8,000 calories to make it. >> it's wild but he would be the first person to ever do so, to ever cross the pacific. i guess he's crossed the atlantic before. >> i can barely cross a pool. that is for serious. more power tore. >> i remember those days, 8,000 calories as i swam if i have hours a day. >> i forgot you were a swimmer. >> mike, do you want to jump out there and join him? >> i would love to if he could tow me. >> you could accompany him through the bay waters. >> i'm sure that's what he's looking forward to. whales as you go through the golden gate bridge or mike nicco. he is following the current, the barbs you saw that are moving faster than everywhere else. he's the fastest moving water.
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that will help a little bit. >> doing it for a good cause. >> i hope everybody follows him. let's look at what's going on weather wise. he's in the warmer section, by the time he gets to us he'll be in the colder section. interesting to see how that affects him. san rafael, south 101. can you see that, yeah, it's a little hazy there. there's in fog to deal with. partly cloudy skies with temperatures tumbling a little more. more clouds tonight, drizzle on the peninsula and east bay hills. temperatures will swing back and forth. even daily they will make significant swings through the weekend a look at the jet stream. upper-level winds, curls in the atmosphere, reinforcing cool air. that puts us low to 70s, milpitas 70, gilroy 79. low to -- mid to upper 60s for most of the peninsula, 70 possible in redwood city. upper 50s to near 60 along the breezy coast.
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63 downtown san francisco which will be breezy. mid to upper 70s through most of the north bay with 80s north of santa rosa. along east bayshore, mid to upper 60s. some exceptions daeper in the hills, orinda and hercules, low- to mid-70s. look at the difference a couple days, mid-70s in east bay valleys. look at the cloud cover tonight, temperatures upper 40s to mid-50s. going to be coolest tomorrow and thursday. look at that little bump up friday and last it for saturday and see a stronger warming trend for sunday and monday. hey, alexis. >> good morning, mike. i want to follow up on a couple of earlier issues, slow spots we've been talking about this morning. we did talk to caltrans and they are saying all lanes back open. southbound 680 at andrade road, sunol. still seeing heavy traffic. in fact, those delays well into the pleasanton area, 15 miles an hour. it does open up to 27 miles an hour a bit past 74 before it
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slows down again. i am keeping an eye and that will hopefully groove soon. south bay, 67 looking good around san jose airport. you shouldn't have issues if you're heading out for a 234r50i9. bridges good, westbound 580, 92 san mateo, 13, westbound 84 dumb bart bridge in the green at 8 minutes. new at 6:00, proposal that could bring major advertising to the outside of the warriors new arena in san francisco. first buyers remorse? preorders going in the
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the giants are hot. four-game winning streak going into tonight's game. breezy at 7:15 dropping down to a brisk 55 by 10:15. have fun. >> mike, thank you. when tesla unveiled its lower price model 3, people laid down $1,000 to preorder one now they want their money back. several delays rolling out model 3. tesla refunded 23% of preorder deposits. tesla says the number is wrong but won't reveal how many reorders it refunded. the ceo of starbucks stepping down after 30 years. howard schultz served as ceo for decades up until last year. he's the steck tiff chairman that focuses on starbucks social impact. not long. he's done at the end of the month. there are rumors this may clear the path for him to make a move
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into politics. schultz has been a vocal critic of president trump. >> ayesha curry is back. >> she will host and judge a cooking competition called family food fight. it will feature eight families trying to claim the title of america's number one food family. an air date and initial judges will be announced later. i know someone who likes food stores. >> it's me. i like her show on the food network. it's going to be a good show. one more reason to like the curry family in the bay area. 880, looking at terrific if you're traveling nimitz before a street two-car crash. it doesn't sound major, no one has injuries but blocked. bay bridge toll plaza has been a slow spot all morning. early trouble, disabled vehicle
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on the bridge, past treasure island that is long gone. metering lights nipped on at 5:05 this morning an early back-up into the maze. let's check in with meteorologist mike nicco for a look it forecast. >> thanks, everybody. look at sutro tower, colorful sunrise developing. 1 to 4 degrees cooler. east bay valleys, 10 degrees cooler than yesterday. a little bit smaller drop. let's talk about how it's going to affect graduation, bulldogs graduating 1:30 in san jose. 71, 72, a little breezy by south bay standards. down the road gunderson high school, grizzlies, mid-70s but dropping to upper 60s as you graduate a little later in the afternoon at 4:00. congratulations. >> a local letter carrier.
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piedmont police honored him last night. he was delivering mail when he saw two men coming out of the house with a suit cas and large duffel ba he knew the owner was in the hospital and he called police. the home was burglarilized. they tracked down the suspects and were able to return items to the home owner. new at 6:00, a warping for parents. your child's baby monitor could be vulnerable to hackers. we'll tell you what to do to secure it. this is a miracle in guatemala. new video showing a baby pulled from a home as crews deadly search for survivors after
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>> good morning, tuesday june 5th, natasha is off today. you're never more than seven minutes away from accuweather. check in with meteorologist mike nic nicco. some hot items on the ballot. not a hot day, is it? >> no, standing in line, i hope you have to. i hope that many voting will not be taxing today. gorgeous shot from east bay hills. good shot picking that one out, our director. showing june gloom trying to develop. not full on like the next couple of mornings. in fact you can see the gray on live doppler 7 right there. now a look from the flo exploratorium. somebody getting out early, choppy this afternon as breezes kick up once again. 7:00 low- to mid-50s, staying in the 50s at the coast. mid to upper 60s at noon. cool to mild there. look at temperatures in the afternoon, cooler yesterday, upper 60s to mid-70s. jacket weather this evening already 7:00, 55 to 62. hey, is

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