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>> reporter: the parade starts at 11:00 tomorrow morning at broadway and 11th. it ends at lake merritt at 13th and oak. more on our website, abc7news.com. it should be a fun day here in the city. live in oakland, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> absolutely. thanks so much, amy. warriors fans will want to tune in to "good morning america" this morning. >> steph curry up early, live on gma, talking about the warriors victory and a lot more. not to be out done, warriors mvp kevin durant will be on "jimmy kimmel live!" at 11:35 tonight. we have a great seat for you right here on abc 7. our live coverage starts at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. we or also going to be streaming the parade live on abc7news.com and the abc 7 news app. our website has detailed
information about parade transportation, all the street closures you need to know and parade dos and don't. >> it's 4:30 if you're just joining us. here is an update on weather and traffic. >> let's focus on the parade and the weather to expect. by 11:00, 73 degrees. leading up to that is going to be a little cool but we're going to have very strong sunshine. make sure you take the sunglasses and wear the sunshine. let's turn it over to 58 lex is. >> we have a lot of street closures happening with this and a lot of them starting as early as noon today. this is really going to affect a lot of the oakland area. as amy told us, the broadway and 11th location is the start, starting at 11:00 a.m. that will then head from berkeley to harrison, again on lakeside drive and take you
south along the 8th and terminate at 13th and oak street. a lot of surface streets will be closed alone. expecting about a million people there. half a million people taking b.a.r.t. they or running rush hour service tomorrow. a good idea to pre purchase the clipper card and have it reedy to go. a kidnapping in san francisco led to a fiery crash in the east bay. now one person is dead, another in critical condition. abc 7 news reporter lilian kim has the story. >> reporter: dramatic cell phone video shows officers dragging a kidnapping suspect away from his burning ve police say his car cashnd into a pole in emeryville moments earlier while trying to evade a san francisco police officer. >> the police officer, she pretty much held her calm.
she had to hold a gun on him, for whatever reason and asked for someone with a fire extinguisher. >> reporter: several people tried to help. rick mcgee injured his hand while rescuing the man. he's a retired firefighter who happened to be driving nearby. >> his legs were pinned. couldn't take his seatbelt off. i yelled for a knife, cut the seatbelt and pulled him out through the sun roof. >> reporter: the speck is in critical condition, but the female passenger died. the couple was wanted for assaulting a woman in the tenderloin before shoving her into the trunk. >> we located her avenue. she used the emergency release lever. that's how she escaped the kidnapping. >> reporter: police say she was treated at the hospital and is in fair condition.
lilian kim, abc 7 news. a fire forced people from their homes in sausalito. this erupted in a narrow alley in downtown sausalito last night. you can see the roaring flames in this video from an abc 7 news individual kbroe. the fire damaged two buildings near prince tan street and bridgeway. several people got displaced. >> there are six residential units between the second and third floor. they're not going to be able to come back in tonight due to the utilities shut off. >> one firefighter was hurt when he got a shock from burned electrical panels. he was treated and released. there's no word on the possible cause of the fire. b.a.r.t.'s police citizen review board will meet to discuss the use of force. it may include information about a deadly shooting in january. this is video from the scene after joseph mathieu shot and killed celine tindal at the west
oakland b.a.r.t. stapgs. investigators say tindal was armed while fighting another man. his family is now suing b.a.r.t. police. now to the historic summit between president trump and kim jong-un. the president just hours away from sitting face-to-face with the north korean leader. i want to show you a life love at singapore. their first meeting is scheduled for 6:00 tonight our time. abc reporter tampa pal marry has more. >> reporter: president trump confident about his chances of success at the high stakes summit with kim jong-un. less than 24 hours away from that historic sit-down at a meeting with the prime minister of singapore. tweeting, great to be in singapore. excitement in the air. kim jong-un touching down hours earlier, staying at the heavily guarded st. regis hotel, arriving with his sister in a
black limousine with north korean flags on the hood. his bodyguards ran alongside the car. kim told prime minister lee, the whole world is watching. mode yeah said trump and kim will discuss a permanent and enduring security mechanism. president trump warning it's now or never. >> it's a one-time shot and i think it's going to work out well. >> reporter: going with his gut, he says he'll know right away if the north korea nfrmts leader is serious about denuclearization. >> within the first minute. >> reporter: in a rare mood, not over selling the outcome. >> the minimum would be a relationship, we start at least a die nothing. >> reporter: president trump and kim will meet tomorrow and -- 9:00 a.m. local time at an
island called sentosa. it means peace. a white house official says the two will meet first time face-to-face. tara palmieri, abc 7 news. back to you, jessica. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. taking a look at the temperatures around the bay. you can see they're a little milder than they were at this time yesterday, except for that 48 in palo alto to about 60 in pittsburg. let's talk about what's going on as far as around san francisco where we've got 51 in the sunset. 57 in the financial, if you're coming through the ferry building. let's take a look at what's going on with your commute planner weatherwise. things getting a little active. driving, it's going to be breezy on our bridges, our north-south bridges more than any, becoming choppy if you're taking a ferry.
for mass transit, cool this morning but becoming warm this afternoon. let's start down in the south bay. 60 at 8:00, 68 at 10:00. already mid 70s at lunch, hanging out in the low 80s from 1:00 to 5:00 back down to a comfortable 71 at 8:00. east bay valleys even warmer. already in the 80s at noon. our destination, the upper 80s from about 2:00 all the way through 5:00 and still about 80 at 8:00. here is a look at the north bay valleys. almost as warm as our east bay valleys. temperatures from 60 in the morning to about 77 at noon. 80s from 1:00 through 7:00. quicker cooling here, 73 degrees at 8:00. some of my colleagues may be a little cranky the next couple days because it's going to be pretty hot if you don't have air conditioning. >> unfortunately a little toasty for those of us in the east bay. >> two, maybe three days at
most. how is the commute? >> we don't have too much going on. if you are traveling out on tracy on the busy side, westbound 205 to 580 approaching the altamont pass, we have our typical stop-and-go traffic. we have a crash reported on the eastbound side of the road right around grand line. it looks like we have at least one lane blocked. i will keep an eye on that, but they should have that cleared shortly. south bay looking good so far this morning. here is 101, the northbound side slowly filling in around 880, no major blocking issues for the south bay either. we'll take a look at mass transit coming up next. clothing isn't the only way to display your warriors pride. you can become a card carrying member of dub nation. the cause that has a major smart phone
vegas. 89 in yosemite. it will be partly cloudy in monterey at 65. let's take a look at the next seven days in tahoe as it's going to be pretty warm, average high of 71, will be 76 today. 80s for tuesday, wednesday and thursday. back closer to average friday, saturday and sunday. here is reggie and natasha. >> thank you, mike. this morning the u.s. and canada are fighting over tariffs. >> the president and his advisers lashed out at canada's prime minister who insists his country will not be pushed around. abc news reporter arlette saenz with more. >> reporter: president trump is in stirng pour ready to make nice with one of america's fiercest enemies, but when it comes to one of the country's closest allies, the president is engaged in an epic clash. >> president trump and his top aides are on the attack against canadian prime minister justin trudeau. from singapore he tweeted sorry we cannot let our friends or
enemies take advantage of us on tran we must put the american worker first. this came after the president ruffled feathers at the g7 summit, not breaking down on stiff tariffs on aluminum and steel imports from canada and other u.s. allies. the president calling it a matter of national security. trudeau promised to fight back by slapping tariffs on american goods. >> we're polite, we're reasonable, but we also will not be pushed around. >> reporter: that move infuriated the president, who lashed out calling trudeau very dishonest and weak. then a stunning decision. the president refused to sign a traditional statement of solidarity with the g7 partners. the clash over tariffs could lead to higher prices on some goods like cars and even cans of beer. the beer institute says the industry could take a $340 million hit each year if these tariffs go into place. lve in washington, arlette
saenz, abc 7 news. a woman in michigan fears others could be at risk after one of her samsung cell phones caught fire and gutted her car. the woman asked to conceal her identity as she describes how a burning phone engulfed her nissan maximum last month. she says two of her samsung phones were in a cup holder when one of them burst into flames. >> i thought i was going to die when i saw the sparks and the fire. it happened quick. it just went up in flames. people was telling me to get away from the car. what if i would be on the highway and stuck in traffic and couldn't get out. >> samsung says engineers will examine pieces of the destroyed phones. the company is not commenting on what happened. >> warriors fans can show their support for the team before tomorrow's parade by getting special blue and gold library cards. they have warriors imagery on the front of it and only a limited number are available. you can get yours at san francisco and oakland libraries by signing up for the summer
stride program. that encourages everyone to have fun reading and learning over the summer. sonic is unveiling a bold slushy favor today called pickle juice. >> the fast food chain announced it yesterday. it's describing the taste as sweet but tart. if you're not feeling the pickle juice, three or new flavors rolling out today. two of them i kind of understand. bahama mamma, blue hawaiian and tigers blood. >> i've heard of that one before. wasn't that a whole charley sheen thing. >> i think a lot of mom and mom stores have had it for a long time. it's actually pretty good. >> okay. that's all i have to say about that. >> that pickle juice slushy ts
juice. >> two safe and two maybe not, unless i'm out in the desert and about to die or maybe the next couple days if you're working inland. let's talk about the heat. hi everybody. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. in that case i would just dump it on my head. exploratorium, you can see the lack of clouds this morning. that means we're going to have a lot of snipe and the warming trend begins today. higher heat risk tuesday and wednesday and then not so much for dad. we'll pull the temperature back a little bit while you're letting him relax and cooking for him. we'll think of some other things you can do. 79 in milpitas. gilroy at about 89d. today, san jose, about 83. quite a spread on the peninsula, san mateo at 76. we start to get near 80 and sou. mid 60s along the coast. sausalito at 73.
head through the north bay valleys, mid to upper 80s with cloverdale and santa rosa getting close to 90. 72 at richmond. mid to upper 70s as you start to head into the east bay hills, oren da at 80. in the valleys, mid to upper 80s. if the house is closed all day, by the time you get home, might be the first time we turn the air conditioner on this week. a few clouds along the coast. 50 at half moon bay. look at the temperatures from the low to upper 50s. here is my accuweather seven-day forecast. going to be probably hottest tomorrow and pretty close inland wednesday, but you see some cooling hitting the coast in the bay wednesday, it will start to make its way inland. it will take until friday to make that happen. 60s along the coast, 70s and aets for dad. >> so far fairly quiet on the roads this morning. i do want to head to the south bay where we have one minor issue. reports of a brush fire around the 280 and 101 interchange.
fire crews have the southbound 280 off-ramp closed just for now. they should have it cleared shortly. also looking good for mass transit. gps issues a couple days last week. that has been resolved. no issues with b.a.r.t. 31 trains in service. no delays, normal service for capitol corridor. >> tiger's blood, strawberry, watermelon and a hint of coconut. the way the internet is regulated in the u.s. is changing today. here is tech bites. >> say good-bye to net neutrality. the repeal of this controversial baem ear regard protections takes effect today. they were intended to prevent vo vieders from slowing down or speeding up access. tesla's auto pilot 2.0 vehicles getting a major summer update.
>> the update is set for august. the news follows tesla promising to release its enhanced on-ramp off-ramp feature in a few months. >> porsche releasing information about its knew car. they khan. >> it means spirited young horse in german. wu person wrote surely they must be mistake can. >> those are your tech bites. it's an oldie but a goody. if you caught the tony awards last night, there was an amazing moment that was quite touching. the performance by stoneman douglas high school students that brought much of the audience to tears. plus the special tribute
babies aren't fully developed until at least 39 weeks. a healthy baby is worth the wait. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. walnut creek, this is one of those areas that's going to get very hot the next few days. today temperatures jump five to 12 degrees with the biggest jump in san rafael, 71 yesterday, 83 today. redwood city 72 to 81. we'll have low to mid 70s around san francisco and oakland. we'll take a look at the parade once again and what to expect. we've got a hurricane churning near mexico. we'll talk about that, too. now we'll show you that
emotional moment from last night's tony awards. drama students from stoneman douglas high school in parkland, florida, took the sage and sang "seasons of love" from the musical "rent." ♪ all about love >> their high school was the site of the valentine's day shooting that left 17 people dead. it was a surprise for their drama teacher who last night received a tony award for excellence in theater education. she and 65 of her students hid for two hours during the shooting. she kept them in the room, closed the door and all the zunts president ended up being safe. applause for all those kids on that stage. >> the girl with the bangs in that middle, got that high note -- >> she sang so well. >> there she is. going for the high note. >> it was wonderful. this was a special weekend for many victims of the north bay wildfires and the people who helped them. abc 7 news was at the oakland coliseum as the a's hosted north
bay team. the team gave away more 3,000 tickets to people affected by the fires. it touched the heart of one young man who lost his home. >> a lot of our neighbors, we haven't seen them. this gives us a chance to reconnect. >> it's great to be appreciated. we appreciate it in return. >> this is our way of thanking them. >> the a's won the game 3-2. this is multitasking at its finest. a florida meteorologist gave her weather forecast while solving a rubik's cube at the same time. she was challenged to solve the puzzle during her forecast. at about 2:30 in, she did itment when she was did an off camera she said, you know what?
i need a pay raise. >> mike, where is your rubik's cube? >> my parents' house in my closet with my eight ball and simon. >> all those fun things. >> all right, everybody. if you weren't with us at the beginning of the show about 30 minutes ago, you can still watch dubs on 7. tomorrow we've got the entire celebration from 11:00 at 73 degrees to about 80 at 1:00. we've got a massive storm down to our south, a category three hurricane churning off the coast o mexico there. it has cabo san lucas dead set in its crosshairs, it hopefully will weaken to a tropical storm with 30 to 45-mile-per-hour winds by friday. we don't have any major issues for your monday morning
commute. we are looking at stackups starting to form especially in the stack lanes for the bay bridge toll plaza. fastrak users are not slowing down. we should have 20, 25 minutes before the metering lights will flipped on. a lot of folks paying cash and having to sit in that lane until they get more booths open. southbound 101, santa rosa to petalu petaluma, 13 minutes. northbound 101, 280/680 to highway 85 looking great, coming in at just 12 minutes. we still don't know who the new mayor of san francisco will be. next at 5:00 a.m., an update
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the heat is on, almost. >> after a relatively cool weekend, we are just going to warm up in time for the warriors championship parade. >> i was really happy with the temperatures over the weekend. it looks like things are changing. good morning on this monday, june 11th, at 5:00 a.m. >> it depends if you have ac or not. right, mike? >> exactly right. that was the original working title of "the heat is on" -- almost. it's going to be a little uncomfortable. it will start to get comfortable again as we head toward father's day weekend. notice the cloud cover mainly around half moon bay towards