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breaking news from our live desk, a van slamming into a san francisco apartment. one person is seriously injured and the safety of the building is in question right now. in fact, a lot of people are evacuated from their homes. a lot going on at 6:00 a.m. thank you for being with us on this wednesday, june 20th. we want to start with meteorologist mike nicco. it's another cool start to the day. >> it is, and a gray one at that. high everybody. here is a look at the winds, 32 miles per hour at fairfield. south sea breeze, all the gray, that's the cloudiness taking over our neighborhoods. you can see from the exploratorium camera at pier 15, going to be a great one with low to upper 50s. temperatures almost identical to where they were yesterday at this time. in fact, when we end the day, it will almost be exactly like yesterday. i hope you enjoyed yesterday. let's talk about your noontime temperatures, dress for 56 at the coast, 66 to 72. 74 to only 80 around the bay and inland at 4:00. back to 67 and 70, comfortable evening along the way. the heat is in the accuweather
seven-day forecast. here is alexis. the commute still looking pretty good this morning. we're looking live at the bay bridge toll plaza. yesterday a terrible day trying to get across the bay bridge. we had some construction that went until 5:00, that meant an early start for the bay bridge metering lights. today all that cleared much earlier and the metering lights at 5:20. that's the typical time we see that on a monday through thursday commute. westbound 80 highway 4 to the maze, 22 minutes, looking better, too. a 14-minute drive. southbound 101, san francisco to sf ofrmts. that's in the green at nine minutes. we'll head back to the south bay coming up next. breaking news from the abc 7 live desk. >> breaking news this morning, a van crashing into a building in san francisco. you can see how much damage there is. this is a live look at the scene, at least one person is hurt with life-threatening injuries. they're hospitalized right now. this happened about 2 1/2 hours ago, and you can see there's extensive damage to the
building. the crews are out there at this building on clement street and arguello boulevard trying to shore it up, trying to prevent it from collapsing. residents are evacuated. i want to show you the scene when crews first got there. no word on exactly how this happened. police say there was only one vehicle involved utilities were shot off due to safety concern. amy hollyfield is live on the scene. we'll check in with her at the bottom of the hour. >> the abc 7 news app sent out a push alert shortly after the van crashed into the apartment building in san francisco. you can be the first to know when breaking news happens where you live. download the app for free and make sure to enable push alerts. several bay area mayors are on the same page when it comes to separating families at our border. >> oak lapd mayor libby schaaf calling it ruthless and heartless urging state senators to support the keeping families
together act. san francisco mayor mark farrell is calling for clear, human reunification plans. state senator scott weiner tweeting this just after midnight. let's be clear. contractors that build baby cages and detention centers for immigrant kids shouldn't be allowed to do business with our state. he did not say if he's working on any sort of bill. what about the children in these so-called tender cages. psychologists we've talked to say they're clearly being abused. >> nearly 2,000 immigrant children have been separated from their children and held in fenced cages at a border facility. psychologists say this will leave a lasting impact on many of these children. we're basically traumatizing a whole cohort of children and families that won't go away when the border issues are resolved.
these are likely to be long lasting. >> experts are predicting at least a third of these children will experience ptsd. about half may battle anxiety disorders. because of the abrupt separation, all will suffer in some way. research suggests the longer these families are apart, the greater the reported symptoms of anxiety and depression. >> if you or someone you know is having an immigration issue, go to abc7news.com/takeaction and go to the human rights section. you'll find information on everything from contacting the local aclu to rapid response agencies that can help during i.c.e. enforcement activities. a warning before you pack for your next trip. a new policy from the tsa could change what you're putting in your problem. >> the new problem apparently is with powder. matt keller live at mineta san jose. >> reporter: good morning.
just to be clear. this is not a ban on powder. you're allowed to bring powder onto a plane, like baby powder or protein powder. you can put it in your checked luggage or carry-on bags. the tsa is recommending if you have powder in a container bigger than a soda can, you put it in your checked luggage. the "usa today" reports the tsa will request foreign airports to start looking at powders. the tsa has been doing that here in the u.s. since last summer. that will be from cosmetics to baby powder, protein or energy mixes. the main concern is for improvised explosives, but they're also concerned about powdery substances like fentanyl. live in san jose, matt keller, abc 7 news. >> matt, thank you. we are learning a san
francisco officer who shot and injured a man earlier this month was also involved in a deadly shooting six years ago. >> we'll show you some video. i node to warn you you may find this disturbing. [ gunshots ]. >> investigators say joshua cabillo is the officer who shot a suspect in the back in north beach on june 9th. body cam video shows a man running and tossing a gun before being shot. the officer was also involved in the controversial shooting of derrick gaines at a gas stakes. he claimed the teen was reaching for a gun. gaines did have a gun. it turned out to be inoperable. the d.a. did not file charges. police want to find this man seen on camera taking a puppy in san jose. you can see him. he held his hand up to the puppy before picking up that 6-week old husky-golden retriever mix.
the man left with the dog in an suv mercedes. it's pretty unique. it's black with yellow windshield wipers. the puppy has gray fur and a white tail. if you've seen the man, the dog or the suv, please contact san jose police. [ screaming ]. >> soft brawl. an insane fight breaking out at a kids' game. why parents and coaches attacked each other. the controversial plan that will block cars from part of a busy san francisco street. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. check out all the sunshine breaking out in the east bay. one of those areas that's going to see a significant jump along with the north bay from 70s to with the north bay from 70s to 90s over the next couple of
before you head out for the day, let's see what our temperatures are. 50 in daly city, 51 in pacifica. everyone else 54 to 55 along the peninsula. san jose at 57. 60 at antioch and low to mid 50s in the north bay valleys. let's take a look at what's going on as far as your activity planner. great day to do yard work.
you don't want to wait until friday, saturday, sunday when it's going to be hot. cool breezes. along the bay, small craft advisory. north of the bay bridge, east of the golden gate bridge, starts at noon and goes until about 9:00. east bay valleys, 60 this morning, 73 with sunshine at noon and low to mid 80s during the afternoon hours. we'll take a look at the heat wave coming up. first let's bring in alexis and check out the commute. >> certainly not complaining. hoping to hold on to the lighter volumes. northbound 101 through the south bay was pretty heavy just north of the 280/680 merge, but we're back up to 29 miles an hour, probably faster south of there. we had a minor crash reported that is long gone at this point. san mateo bridge, a little heavy traffic westbound 9 just past the toll plaza. only 14 minutes across the bridge. next traffic update coming up at
6:20. heads-up. big changes coming to 8th avenue in san francisco. the sfmta approved a redesign of the street. the plan includes adding speed humps, no parking zones and forcing cars to turn off on 8th street, on an effort to make the area safer and more pleasant for residents. the project will cost $500,000 and will start around thanksgiving. erin brockovich joining the north bay fight over the wildfires. new at 6:00, try a week's worth of clothes in your carry-on? impossible. amazingly delicious breyers ice cream for 330 calories a pint? now possible. new breyers delights. indulge without all the guilt.
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[ shouting ]. >> oh, boy. this brawl from a 12 and under girl's softball tournament in tennessee is circulating on social media. nearly a dozen parents from opposing teams in north carolina got into the fight on saturday. the 12-year-old girls screaming trying to keep the adults from fighting. organizers kicked both teams out of the tournament and future usa softball events. none of the parents got arrested. please moms and dads, get it together. horrible. >> we're getting a look at some of the rebuilding happening in areas devastated by last year's north bay wildfires.
>> drone view 7 flying over the hidden valley neighborhood. this among many neighborhoods devastated by the fires. erin brockovich's legendary battle against pg&e was made into a movie. she's been urging fire victims to take legal action. legal teams have taken dead aim on pg&e with billions of dollars in claims especially since recent reports by cal fire blame the you dilt's power lines for sparking the fires. >> i'm here for the people. oftentimes they'll be uncomfortable or they don't think they should get representation or need representation. that's not true. i want people to know their rights. >> we reached out to pg&e for reaction. they wrote in part, the loss of life, homes and businesses in these extraordinary wildfires is simply heartbreakingnd we remain focused on help rebuild. >> a blue whale that washed up
onshore died after getting hit by a vessel. it was first spotted saturday night and washed ab shore monday afternoon. blue whales are an endangered species and their primary threats are vessel strikes and entanglements. take a look. quite a surprise for a family in eden canyon right outside pasadena. this mamma bear and two cubs came lumbering from the forest for a dip in their fountain. the played in the water, had a great time. when they were done, they disappeared back in the woods. she said don't pes center me, this is mamma's time. >> i can't have five minutes? >> mamma spa. that looks like a great place to be this weekend. maybe not so much today in many neighborhoods. coming this weekend when the heat wave is coming on, absolutely. as a pr delays at sfo due to the low cloud deck. make shower to call ahead.
my accuweather highlights, great this morning, afternoon sunshine away from the coast. clouds will come back and keep us cool tonight. the last several nights even though the heightened heat risk. just like yesterday, from the san mateo bridge northward at noon, a few lingering clouds around and more solid as you head towards the coast. as we head into the 4:00 hour, just about everybody sunny except for the coast. by 7:00 you can see the clouds start to my great to the east once again for our overnight hours. we'll go to the 12-hour planner. sliding behind me you can see the highs from 58 at ingleside to downtown at 64 degrees. around the east bay, sunshine with a few lingering clouds. oakland, richmond, berkeley in the 60s. as we head towards the peninsula, san mateo northward mostly sunny. sunny southward. that's why we go from 58 in daly city to 78 in redwood city. in the south bay we or looking
at temperatures and feeling temperatures from 79 in milpitas, 79 in san jose. niebts for morgan hill and the north bay. our east bay valleys mid to upper 80s. here is my accuweather seven-day forecast. hottest temperatures friday and saturday. alexis. >> we are looking at the roads. so far today it's been quiet. one new issue in the southbound, northbound 680 off-ramp to capital avenue. we don't have many details yesterday. a vehicle left the roadway and collided with a tree. chp is headed to the scene. we'll have more information. possibly a lane blocked on that exit ramp. bay bridge toll plaza, it is looking packed right now. stacked up as usual into the maze. not nearly as bad as the approaches were yesterday. of course, due to that road work that went until 5:00. that resulted in an early start for the metering lights. no repeat of that today. westbound 580 tracy to dublin one hour and three minutes.
not too bound westbound 4 tch to concord in the yellow at 24. southbound 101 san rafael to san francisco just 15 minutes. "good morning america" coming up here on abc 7. >> ginger zee has a look at what's ahead. good morning, ginger. >> great to be with both of you this morning. coming up on gma, the latest on the crisis at the border and the battle to stop separating immigrant children from their parents. president trump meeting with republican lawmakers on capitol hill last night. his party juunanimously now calling for an end to that zero-tolerance policy. we'll have the answers to the question, will they come to an agreement? we're learning more about the 6-year-old girl heard on the audio recording begging for her family after she was reportedly separated from her mom. also ahead, you might have seen this video, a jogger attacked while running, fighting off her alleged assailant. we'll hear from her exclusively this morning an gma.
what she did right to escape and what the clue was that led to an arrest. the one and only janet jackson writing a revealing letter for women about some of her struggles and the one thing that makes her the happiest. it's all coming up on "good morning america." >> ginger, are you a janet >> five, four -- i've got to do it. right, yes. >> five, four, three, two one. rhythm nation. >> it's backward, right? >> it's a little tough, especially this time of the morning. morning. ginger, i knew i liked
you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. just want to throw out some heat tips for you. just a friendly reminder of what to do sfrd, saturday and sunday when the heat is bearing down on you. plenty of fluids and light, loose-fitting clothing. remember, look before you lock. do not leave kids or pets inside cars at any time. >> go, baby! whoo! >> this private contractor hired by caltrans could be facing civil penalties after this video was posted online. it shows someone letting a boulder tumble down the slope at emerald bay in south lake tahoe and laughing as it damaged trees in its past.
the crew was supposed to be installing a retaining wall. caltrans says it was ex-quote, extremely disappointed and plans to treat the damaged trees and also plant new ones in the coming weeks. this morning "good morning america" is getting an exclusive new look at amazon's latest innovation. >> prime wardrobe lets you try on clothes in the comfort of your home before you buy them. there is zero up front cost. you pay only for the items you keep and you send back the rest. abc's rebecca jarvis shows how this works. she says you start by selecting at least three items. >> it's prime wardrobe. i choose my size, add it to my prime wardrobe cart. once i've selected eight >> after your shipment arrives, you have the next seven days to make your picks. they provide a box and a label to september band back wh
don't want. it's a great possess. we'll see how this works out and how impacts brick and mortar stores. >> amazing. another stunning look for britain's newest royal. the duchess of sussex attending her first ever royal ascot wearing a white givenchi dress with a black and white hat. it's what she's not wearing that's causing a bit of a controversy this morning. the annual horse racing event requires a strict dress code. it seems like she's doing it. she's supposed to cover her shoulders. she's supposed to wear a hat. she is. it's the name tag that is the problem. you see meghan markle is not wearing one. instead she held it in her hand. royal watchers say that's a major faux pas. when i worked at the chuck e cheese and we had a name tag,
what happens is it rips your clothing. >> glad you can provide this valuable insight. >> which is why you need a magnetic name tag. i don't blame her. it's a givenchi dress. making b.a.r.t.'s most troubled station safer. a brazen attack in the north bay. how the victim got away and the award being offered to find the man. a live look at our breaking news in san francisco. a car slamming into an apartment building. building.
now at 6:30, an apartment left with a huge hole after a van slammed into the building and what happens to the residents. anger boiling over. the president's homeland security adviser gets run out of a mexican restaurant as the president doubles down on his policy of separating families at the border. a heads-up if you drive on van ness avenue in san francisco. construction work is entering a new phase and it's going to get even harder to get around. you can own a piece of nba finals history. but that piece of history has been in steph curry's mouth. fair warning. >> start your bidding. how much? >> zero. >> a hard pass from jessica. good morning and welcome to this
wednesday, june 20th. >> you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. here is meteorologist mike nicco. >> a touch of gray outside. that's going to be the case. you can see it on live doppler 7. those are the low clouds that are going to be riding that sea breeze through the morning commute and keeping us in the low to mid 50s for the most part. as we head towards noon, the clouds will return to the coast. they'll still be the same clouds from about the san mateo bridge up towards maybe the bay bridge. we'll call it mostly sunny there. still cloudy at the coast. 56. sunny inland at 72. inland at 4:00, 80. 57 at the coast. nice eechlg on tap, 55 at the coast. 67 to 74. the rest of us, we'll see how your commute is shaping up. >> overall we've been pretty quiet today, mike. we are looking at one of our only trouble spots right now. that is northbound 680, the san jose area. we have reports of a vehicle into a tree off on the right shoulder. chp has arrived. they're saying that vehicle is
cold to the touch. this possibly happened several hours ago. no one is there around that vehicle. therefore, we don't have any injuries or lanes taken away either. looking pretty cloudy, southbound 101, folks coming across golden gate bridge. volumes starting to increase. overall, looking at a decent morning commute. if you're about to head out the door, you shouldn't run into many major problems. drive times coming up at 6:40. breaking news from the abc 7 live desk. >> that breaking news we've been tracking throughout the morning in san francisco. a van crashing into an apartment building. abc 7's amy hollyfield is live at clement and arguello on a wild scene very the van is still sitting in the garage. they did put wood here to stabilize the vehicle. they've left it like this for now. they'll leave this for the daytime crews to clean up. i do see a tow truk pulling up
right now. maybe they'll start, woulding on getting this van out of here. this happened at arguello and clement in san francisco's richmond district. it was about 3:30 this morning. the driver was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. residents say they could feel the building shake when the van hit. >> there was a lyft driver that stopped, was doing a drop-off over here. that thank goodness for that guy. he was the first one, he dialed 911 and checked on the guy. the guy was awake. we could hear him talking, telling us that he's injured and he's bleeding. >> reporter: no one else was hurt. residents tell me there are six units in this building. they had utilities shut off over a concern for safety. police need help asking why this happened. they're asking for any witnesses to please give them a call. live in san francisco, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news.
>> thank you, amy. now to the ongoing crisis at the nation's border. >> the associated press reporting this morning babies and other young children forcibly separated from their children at the u.s.-mexico border are now being held at so-called tender age shelters. >> the shelters include rooms filled with crying preschool age children. >> president trump met with house republicans to chart strategy. >> abc reporter stephanie ramos live in washington, d.c. this morning. >> reporter: reggie and natasha, president trump's zero-tolerance policy has managed to unify republicans and democrats in congress with the majority saying they want an end to this policy. president trump on capitol hill meeting with republican lawmakers calling america's immigration system broken. >> the immigration system has been a really bad, bad system, probably the worst anywhere in the world. we're going to try to see if we
can fixes. >> reporter: sources inside the meeting room tell abc news trump only weighed in for a little bit on immigration, adding his daughter ivanka showed him images of the children in the detention facilities and encouraged him to end the policy. >> mr. president, don'ts you have kids? >> reporter: we're learning of a 10-year-old mexican girl separated from her mother along with her brother after crossing the border. the little girl has down syndrome and is in a shelter alone. here is what trump's former campaign manager had to say on fox news. >> i read today about a 10-year-old girl with down syndrome taken from her mother and put in a cage. >> wah-wah. >> reporter: the girl's father lives in the united states and has the status of a resident. authorities are working to reunite them. >> the youngest migrant children are being held in what's called
a tender age shelter. lawyers have described rooms full of crying children. the government plans to open a fourth shelter. stephanie ramos, abc news, washington. protesters heckled homeland security secretary kirstje nielsen last night. >> no borders, no walls, sanctuary for all. >> a group posted this video to facebook. the activists say they couldn't stand by and let her eat in peace while children are being torn from their parents. a spokesperson says she shares activists' concerns about current immigration laws that have created a crisis on our southern border. a facebook campaign to help reunite undocumented immigrant parents separated from their children has raised $9 million. this is more than double from when we checked in yesterday morning, up just about $600,000 since we checked in at 4:30.
facebook's earlier employees started the campaign on sunday. for more information about the immigration debate, you can go to our website, abc7news.com. now developing news in the east bay. san leandro police are investigating a deadly stabbing that may have started as a bar fight. police arrived at the safeway parking lot late last night on juana avenue and found two men stabbed. one died on the scene. the other is in critical condition. officers say four men came out of the nearby sons of liberty bar and got into a fight. it's unclear what started it. investigators say they're looking at surveillance video. san francisco leaders and b.a.r.t. officials scheduled to announce a joint plan -- >> you may remember this video of drug users shooting up inside a station and put pressure on b.a.r.t. to make changes. b.a.r.t. has staff inside elevators that have been used as tail let's in the past. there are so many homeless
individuals in and around the station that outreach teams are being recruited. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. low to mid 50s for most of the south bay until you get to san jose, 57 degrees. same thing at saratoga. 61 at brentwood, the warm spot. a lot like what we dealt with yesterday morning, same thing with the cloud cover and the reason we're having those delays at sfo. if you're driving, the foggy areas are few and far between, closer to the coast, or if you drive up into them like on 24 as you head towards the caldecott. breezy north of the bay bridge if you're on the ferry today. mass transit, cool this morning, warm stops in stations this afternoon. san francisco, cloudy at 8:00. mostly cloudy at 10:00. we'll start to see sunshine break out around noon. we'll go from the mid 50s to the upper 50s during the afternoon hours. peninsula, how about 58 and cloudy this morning. 63 and mostly cloudy at 10:00. we'll start to break out in sunshine by noon, 67. hang out in the 70s in the
afternoon. let's take a look at the south bay where we'll see the sunshine faster, around 10:00. noon full on and 73. upper 70s during the afternoon hours. down to about 66 by 8:00. if i've been listening this morning correctly, and you have a smile on your face, that usually means that the bay bridge toll plaza isn't quite as bad as it was yesterday. >> it definitely is not. yesterday was a tough day. today it really has not been terrible. we did get the metering lights turned on around the typical time. 5:20 this morning. that is looking average. do want to zoom in and take a look at the approaches. yesterday that was really tough. we had some overnight inspections that went until 5:00. that resulted in metering lights on early and a long backup into the maze. today we're seeing a little delay on that approach from emeryville. that's about it. a quick check at drive times, westbound 580 richmond san rafael, eight minutes.
in san francisco if you think street construction on van ness avenue is bad now. the city's top transit official says expect more street space taken up by construction. this is, of course, all part of the van ness improvement project. according to "the examiner," the $316 million project will enter its second sub phase next month. crews will be conducting underground utility work and it will include replaces 22,000 feet of old water mains, installing new street lights and more. expect a rocky road ahead for van ness. fortunately i don't have to drive on van ness that often. whenever i do, this lane is closed. wait, that lane is closed. >> like an obstacle course. >> i'm on that every day. that's how i get to work every morning. >> how do you feel, reggie? >> i don't feel great about it because it keeps getting delayed. they tell me it's going to be great when it's done. >> it will be wonderful when it's done. >> can't wait for that, alexis.
fire comes dangerously close to homes in san ramon. it's not the only spot officials are keeping an eye on. you're looking live at the big board at the new york stock exchange. volatility over the last few days. right now up about 25 points. we'll give you another check coming up next. the reason your favorite starbucks might soon be closing. >> as you get your day into >> as you get your day into gear, keep your eyes on weather
just a couple days away from pride weekend in san francisco. a lot of sunshine, pleasant conditions for this weekend. for the parade at 9:00, 64, 68 at noon. mild afternoon, 74 at 3:00 and the breezes drop us down to 67 by 6:00. 112 in palm springs, 100 in fresno. that's the breeze coming our way. 88 in sacramento, 94 in chico. temperatures above average in tahoe and your surrounding neighborhoods today all the way through tuesday with low to mid 80s. >> mike, thank you. california's fire season is officially in full swing.
just yesterday two grass fires broke out, but in both cases fire officials say the fires could have been much worse n. san ramon, a small fire swept through the gail ranch neighborhood. this is the same fire in the same open space during the same time of year in a decade. having defensible space, plenty of personnel on hand and the weather conditions did help. >> it was coming so fast. i went to the neighbors and told hem to get in the car and get out. >> usually about the middle of june we add additional fire engines because of the increased fire activity. >> as of monday, cal fire increased firefighting forces to maximum levels statewide. in the east bay, concord police investigating a fatal crash that also hurt three children all under the age of 10. this happened around 6:30 last night on concord boulevard and park side drive. officials say it appears a gray suv t-boned the white car. the three passengers were taken
to children's hospital to get treated. the victim suffered fatal injuries. the search is on for a man who pushed a woman to the ground only to sexually assault her. santa rosa police released these surveillance images. investigators say the attack happened sunday night in the parking lot of an apartment complex on jennings avenue. the victim says the man put his hand up her dress after he pushed her down. when she screamed, that's when the man ran off. a $5,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest and conviction. glide memorial methodist church in san francisco stripped of its pastors. the question now why. >> glide foundation trustees received notice from the bishop who oversees churches in california and nevada that the clergy will be reassigned and not replaced. the church hierarchy declined to comment on why it's being done. glide's president believes the rift is caused by a difference in philosophy and the new bishop trying to exert control.
>> she brings a more conservative religious philosophy with her, and we feel it's not in line with glide's values. >> starting july 1st, there will be no preachers to lead the congregation. a new policy by the tsa could impact you when you try to get through security. the issue now is powder. >> abc news reporter matt keller live at mineta san jose to explain. hey there, matt. >> reporter: good morning, natasha and reggie. basically, if you bring a powder like protein powder or baby powder in your carry-on luggage. make sure it's in a container that is smaller than a can of soda. anything larnger than this will get extra eyeballs on it when you pass through security. there's a way to avoid all that. tsa recommends you put it in your checked luggage. these guidelines will be going in place over sea pell as well. according to "usa today" the tsa will request foreign airports with non-stop u.s. flights start
taking a closer look at powders is that righting on jude 30th. they've already been doing that in the usa since last summer. the tsa is concerned about powdery substances that might be a hazard like fentanyl or pepper spray. passengers will be asked to pack larger containers in checked luggage and remove smaller ones from carry-on bags. powders are not band. the only one that is banned is gunpowder. live in san jose, matt keller, abc 7 news. now to your morning money report. forget about going to the pharmacy, cvs will deliver prescriptions to your front door. the chain is starting next day home delivery from 9800 locations. it costs $4.99. expanding same-day delivery service to san francisco. you can get over-the-counter medications as well, vitamins and personal care products delivered. your favorite starbucks could be closing. the company says it's going to
shut down 150 stores over the next year. that's triple the number of stores usually closed in a year. it's because of slumping sales. they say the stores will be in urban areas that have multipl locations already. to help boost sales, they'll deliver low sugar options. taking a look at the new york stock exchange. trading under way this morning, up about 47 points, 24,744. yesterday we saw some big losses as investors reacted to new fears of a trade war with china. meanwhile the lights are out for general election at the dow. the company has been kicked out after 110 years. ge will be replaced by walgreen's. the change goes into effect on june 26th. already, the destain that houston rockets fans have for the warriors is evident in some yelp reviews. >> come on houston, get over it. steph curry's wife is set to
open a houston location of international smoke on july 5th. many rockets fans have been giving the restaurant one-star reviews even though it's not open. one perp wrote, this is the white house place to go, her husband ripped our hearts out. i would never set foot in this place even if it was the last place on earth. the warriors, as you know, eliminated the rockets, winning game seven of the western conference finals before sweeping the cavs in the nba finals. >> makes them look really petty. >> and salty. now let's talk about steph curry. he's in the news for a very different reason. >> his used mouth guard from game four of the nba finals is going up for auction. you can get in on it if you hurry. it will happen july 26th. scp auction says it worth at least $25,000. a fan in the crowd asked curry
to throw him the mouth guard after the trophy presentation. now irt looks like he wants to turn a profit. >> i never knew the mouth guard had the logo on it. so good on him. >> reggie, you said you use a night guard. >> i do. >> how much do you think yours would go for? >> mine would go for a negative $1,000. it's the most disgusting thing. i can't imagine someone buying another person's mouth guard. >> yours has the abc 7 logo on it. >> i'm sure it does. >> that will make it worth something. >> ka-ching, company man. let's take a look at what's going on outside. it's a great one out there, in the east bay hills and valleys clouds not as thick as yesterday. holding pattern, clouds to sunshine today. nighttime clouds, comfortable for sleeping. let's take a look at the clouds. you can see the little curl in the atmosphere.
that's an upper area of low pressure. that's why we have the cooling sea breeze today. let's see what it does to our temperatures. how about mid to upper 70s for most of the south bay. you get away from the breeze, los gatos, morgan hill. 78 in redwood city. everybody else in the low to mid 70s along the peninsula. sticky at the coast, upper 50s to low 60s there. mid 60s for downtown and south san francisco. if you're going to the game this afternoon, about 58 and warming to about 62 with increasing sunshine. so have something to protect yourself from the sun. mid to upper 70s through most of the north bay where the breezes are most stout. the sea breeze keeps richmond, berkeley and oakland into the 60s. low to mid 70s for the rest of the east bayshore line. mids 80s to about 90. one of the nicer days for the alameda county fair, temperatures at 78 by about 3:00. my accuweather seven-day
forecast. read it and wilt or be ready to empty your purse, pocket or wallet, we'll need the air conditioning away from the coast. in the tri-valley we have a new crash, one lane blocked on southbound 680 in the pleasanton area right at sunol boulevard. sounds like we have at least two vehicles involved and heavy traffic up to 580. i'm working on getting more details and finding out exactly which lane is blocked there. you don't have anything blocked if you're traveling through the walnut creek area. southbound 680. it took a while but it has finally filled in. pretty heavy stop-and-go volumes approaching 24. b.a.r.t., no delays, no delays for muni. ace 1 has already arrived. 3 and 5 on time. we should have an on-time departure for ace 7 as well. in hawaii uber and lyft are claiming a victory for consumer choice. the mayor of honolulu vetoed a bill which would have set limits for what the ride sharing
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if you're just joining us or heading out the here are the 7 things you need to know before you go. >> number one, a van crashed right through an apartment building garage, the driver with life-threatening injuries. residents have to find a place to stay until the building is stabilized. >> number two, the associated press is reporting babies and young children forcibly separated from their parents at the u.s.-mexico border are now being held at so-called tender age shelters. shelters include rooms filled with crying preschool age children. >> number three, protesters heckle homeland secretary kerstirstjen nielsen during din last night. she's in the spotlight for defending the zero-tolerance policy. number four, the tsa stepping up awareness efforts on powders in carry-on luggage. smaller contains should be removed for separate screening. larger containers should be in checked luggage.
typical start to a june gloom day. temperatures in the low to mid 50s. by the time we get to the afternoon hours, barely 60s at the coast. low to mid 80s inland. >> number six, trafficwise we've been pretty quiet. we have a new collision in the pleasanton area, southbound 680 right on the sunol boulevard off-ramp. we have a two-car crash. chp still not clear which lane is blocked. bun lane is. you're averaging between 25 and 35 miles per hour, back up to 580. >> number seven, starting today you can buy the scratch and sniff stamps. the u.s. postal service saying the new stamps allow you to add the sweet scent of summer to your cards and letters. the exact scents are still a secret. it features the artwork of a california artist. >> i saw a watermelon popsicle. maybe one of the scents is wa r watermel watermelon. >> i could get into that. it would make the rest of the mail smell really nice. >> nice getting junk mail if you have those on them. >> more likely to open it. >> thanks for watching this
morning. we appreciate you being here. >> by the way, we just learned that prince louie's christening will take plates july 9th ath good morning, america.ath and breaking overnight, boiling over. >> shame, shame! >> the president's homeland security adviser kirstjen nielsen, the public face of his zero tolerance immigration policy is run out of a mexican restaurant in d.c. by protesters. as president trump this morning refuses to back down. >> you're separating the children. mr. president, don't you have kids? >> we have new reporting this morning about where the babies are now being held, the so-called tender age shelters. and what we're now learning about that 6-year-old girl, seen in this photo with her mother, heard on that heartbreaking recording. and what the pope just said about all of this moments ago. twister danger.