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hi, everybody. let's look at the cloud cover. this is the low clouds, the marine layer clouds and the gray you see overspreading our neighborhoods and what will keep our air clean down where we live today. you can see the smoke above. in fact, we have a sun rise sandwiched between the clouds and the smoke above it as we look back to mt. diablo. today temperature wise mid-50s to low 60s at 7:00. we'll stay in the 50s at the coast. we may spike to around 61, 62 this afternoon with a few pockets of sunshine. 72 to 79 at noon, around the bay and inland. 75 to 85 at 4:00. low to mid-70s at 7:00. more on the fire and the good news is coming in just a minute. here's alexis. we are looking good for the monday morning commute here, too, we are expecting, of course, a lighter week all week for the fourth of july holiday. a little bit of stop and go traffic at this point. folks are slowing down a little
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bit north of state route 24. no major issues. westbound 80, highway 4 to the maze, still looking great. just 21 minutes for you. we do have the metering lights on and a little stop and go traffic on the bridge about 17 minutes into san francisco and southbound 101 out of san francisco to sfo, you're looking great in the green at eight minutes. we'll check on the tri-valley commute up next. a big update here on that fire that's burning out of control, the county fire started in yolo. look at this new video we got overnight. the fire burned more than 32,000 acres since it began on saturday afternoon. at this point it is only 2% contained. more than 12,000 firefighters from across the state are rushing to contain it. that fire is now burning east of lake berryessa. no napa county residents have been evacuated at this point, but we know people in yolo
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county, across that county, have been evacuated. we're watching for any updates. if you live in napa county we'll get that to you as soon as those evacuation orders come in. right now there are none. no structures have been destroyed. more than 100, though, are threatened. cal fire says full containment expected friday. they still have quite a ways to go. >> jessica, thank you. the bay area made national news because of this. take a look at your screen. orange skies caused by smoke from the county fire. you can barely see alcatraz in the shot. bay area officials say the fog is actually trapping the smoke. we remain under a smoke advisory and they say to avoid activity outside especially children if it looks smoky. run your air conditioners in your home and your car to recirculate the air. >> i think it caught a lot of us by surprise, mike, that it was so orange and this morning we showed that live picture a couple minutes ago. it doesn't look to be that same color so does that mean there's an improvement or are we being
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fooled by the fog? >> you're being fooled. it will turn orange again this afternoon. the bay area air quality management district which governs our spare the air alert, we don't have one. the air quality is fine. what you get from burning vegetation and even later this afternoon they're not expecting it to be unhealthy for any of us, so you may get some ash in your neighborhoods but, overall, they're saying the air quality will be fine. here's what's going to happen. you notice the winds are still out of the northeast. that means they're coming from the northeast and blowing to the southwest. and that's going to keep the smoke over us for the better part of today. starting tomorrow the winds start blowing out of the west. the sierras will get the smoke deck. thank you, mike. let's see some of the photos you have sent to us and look at that bright orange sky. steven from napa post this had video of the smoke on twitter.
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he says it feels like the north bay fires all over again. and then this from jennifer kirk who sent it to our anchor dion lim said. she said it was awful in the inner sunset enabled. you can share your videos and photos with that #abc7now and they can be featured here or on our website. we're sending out fire updates from the abc 7 news app. we sent out a push alert with the latest on evacuations and road closures. it is free to download in the app store. make sure to enable push alerts. we're watching breaking news at golden gate park which is where a fire consumed the golf course clubhouse earlier this morning. we want to check in now with abc 7 news reporter matt keller who is there at the scene. matt? >> reporter: good morning, jessica. a beautiful spot here in golden gate park but, unfortunately, this happened this morning at about 3:00 a.m. you can see the damage done to the pro shop and the clubhouse here at the golden gate park
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golf course. you can see it is in essence destroyed. a lot of disappointed people out here this morning. take a look at the video. a lot of firefighters putting water onto the building. this is the golf course clubhouse. the fire started around 3:00 a.m. it took firefighters about an hour to put it out. unfortunately, the flames did a lot of damage to the clubhouse. >> lots of locals, lots of regulars, lots of tourists who just come here to enjoy the wonderful scenery and the actual golf course that's there and the building itself. unfortunately, there's extensive damage to this building. it will be some time before that's actually brought back up. >> reporter: fortunately there were no injuries. the golf course will be closed today. it's not clear when it will reopen. investigators are here on the scene right now trying to figure out what started this fire. reporting live here in san francisco, matt keller, abc 7 news. matt, thank you. 6:05 now. the search is on for a gunman in san francisco after a deadly
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shooting in the mission district. abc 7 news is at 17th and mission street where police officers responded after hearing gunfire on saturday night. they found three people shot. one person died. "the chronicle" reports the two other people are in the hospital in serious condition. a lawsuit is growing against the company hired to clean up toxic soil at the hunters point naval shipyard in san francisco. according to the lead attorney in the case some 2,000 more plaintiffs are set to join the suit against tetra tech today claiming chronic health problems. a news conference is set for 1:00 p.m. two former employees accuse them of falsifying soil samples. a bill that aims to keep used hyuse ed hypodermic needles. they want them to drop them off. lawmakers say without a uniform
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drop-off program people are flushing it down the toilet or leaving them on the street. they say pharmacies would be ideal drop-off spots. san francisco create add team to remove syringes left on the street. two safe injection sitessummer. pride month officially over. now a northern california politician is suggesting a straight pride month. i guess you can probably assume that's not being received well. also, it is a prison break that you would likely see in a movie. the manhunt happening after an unbelievable escape. and you're looking live at santa cruz right now. one of those areas you can run to to see some sunshine and 71 during the afternoon hours. here's a quick look at how our temperatures will compare to average. actually that's not it. but they're going to be about the same. we
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there's a look at some temperatures. we'll start down in the south bay. about 60. we have upper 50s elsewhere until you get to santa teresa. some mid-th 60 in newark, redwood city, 61. everybody else in the mid to upper 50s.
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novato 57. what are you thinking about doing today? going to the beaches? pool? everything will be pretty good except the bay, north of the bay bridge. that's where we have the small craft advisory. the winds will be blowing out of the southwest at 30 miles per hour all the way through the delta. the peninsula about 64 degrees. and then we'll jump up to about 72 and increasing sunshine. by the time we head to noon on our way to mid to upper 70s this afternoon. we'll take a look at the accuweather seven-day forecast and cleaner skies coming up. here's alexis. love to hear that, mike. we are looking at a lot of green on our traffic maps today. not surprisingly either. a lot of folks are off this week. we do have heavy traffic out of the central valley out of tracy and pretty much looking like a typical weekday. 6 miles an hour, up to 13 on 580. we had a problem on 205. that was, as far as i know, off on the shoulder. perhaps some onlooker delays not
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helping you out. pleasanton no major issues. in fact, you're back into the green and the over slow spot the bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights are on and you are backed up into the maze. next update at 6:20. controversy surrounding a vice mayor in the north bay. some want to see him recalled because he says that july should be straight pride month. >> on his personal website ted hickman writes, don't forget july 1st starts s.p.a.m., straight pride american month. it goes on to say hundreds of us can celebrate as healthy heterosexual americans. hickman says this isn't anti-anything but instead pro-family. lebron james isn't the only player on the move. a warriors record setting is also heading to los angeles and also heading to los angeles and the message for ws new listerine® sensitivity gives you lasting protection from tooth sensitivity. with first of its kind protection, it blocks tooth sensitivity at the source.
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a man hunt in france this morning. police are looking for a notorious gangster who escaped prison by helicopter. yes, this was caught on camera. in the video you see two men dressed in black running out and then a helicopter pulls away from the prison court y c fayeed inside. they believe they took the helicopter pilot hostage.
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he was later found burned in a suburb of paris. no one was hurt. fayeed escaped prison in 2013. police caught him a short time later.icas iden quite official yet, andres manuel lopez obrador has 20% more votes than the next closest candidate. lopez obrador ran an anti-corruption campaign. he also promised to work with the u.s. >> always rooted in mutual respect. and in defense of our migrant countrymen who work and live honestly in that country. >> and i want to show you that tweet new this morning. president trump congratulating lopez obrador and he says he looks forward to working with him. president trump also says that there is much to be done that
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will benefit both the united states and mexico. back to you. thank you. developi t u.s. summit with north korea. an american delegation met with north korean officials at the demilitarized zone yesterday. president trump's national security adviser says there's a og in one year. john bolton says he expects kim jong-un to cooperate so sanctions will be lifted and aid will start to flow. bolton wouldn't comment on "the washington post" report, though, that says u.s. intelligence believes north korea may be trying to hide its weapons. north korea promised to work towards denuclearization after last month's summit but the new satellite images could show otherwise. researchers say they show the expansion of a key ballistic missile manufacturing site in north korea. an australian woman admits she made a big mistake while on vacation. she was hand feeding sharks as part of a tourist excursion. one of the sharks grabbed on to her and dragged her right off
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the boat. the whole thing caught on video. you can see just how fast it happened. this was on australia's northwestern coast. her friends were able to get her back onto the boat. the incident left her with a broken finger. she's otherwise okay. and here's the quote she had. just be mindful of your surroundings and don't feed sharks. >> yeah, that second part being super important. >> mm-hmm. here's what's trending on twitter. lebron has been tweeted about more than 2 million times. and look who else is trending, javale, like our javale mcgee, because he is also head to go hollywood to play alongside lebron james. tweeting this out before midnight thanking dub nation. mcgee won two titles with the warriors and he leaves as the best shooter in warriors postseason history. he also leaves as the best
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meteorologist, maybe not. mcdwe wgee was just in our stud having fun with spencer. he was doing an instagram story the entire time. >> he just said he wanted to stay with the golden state warriors like six days ago. >> that's the power of lebron. once he made his move, all the dominos will now fall. we're just seeing the beginning of it. technically free agency just started. we'll see what happens to our roster besides javale. i'm sure we'll lose a couple other people sadly. let's talk about what's going on. we're going to lose the smoke eventually. that's a positive way to lose things. you can see now from the east bay hills we're looking back to the east this morning and the smoke above the marine layer and the marine layer continues to be our saving grace even though we had a smoke advisory yesterday. i checked all of the air qualities. they were fine. and it looks like we'll be the same today. most of that smoke will stay well above us.
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it will be cool to mild. our coolest afternoon will be on independence day, july 4th, wednesday. a look at the cloud cover. notice all of us getting covered by the time we get to the end of the morning commute, about 9:00. and as we move to noon most of the clouds are back to the host. a finger of fog and that's about it. you can see during the evening hours it starts to make another trip back to the east covering us tonight. mid-70s to mid-80s with san jose in the middle of 80. low to mid-70s on the peninsula. millbrae at 68. 59 to 62 along the coast with just a few pockets of sunshine today. mid-60s for downtown south san francisco, sausalito, and then upper 70s to low 80s through most of the north bay valleys. clearly lake county and up to mendocino, temperatures will be in the mid to upper 90s. we'll have upper 60s, richmond and berkeley.bout 90 is our sprd in our valleys. my accuweather forecast a little
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bit cooler tomorrow. the coolest day with the fastest winds will be wednesday. we'll have to keep an eye on the marine layer and see if we'll be able to see some of the fireworks around the bay. you definitely need a coat. here's alexis. good morning, mike. we are looking at a quiet commute so far today. one new issue if you are going to be getting out of town here heading eastbound on 80 right around suisun valley. we have a roll over crash involving a pickup truck. sounds like he was towing a camping trailer. i believe all that have is off on the right-hand shoulder and i'm not seeing any backups yet. it does sound like we possibly have some injuries involved. again, that is the eastbound side. san mateo bridge starting to fill in here, seeing some brake lights leaving the haywood area heading over to foster city. no major blocking issues and most drive times are in the glean. green. southbound 101, santa rosa to
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san francisco, 53. and northbound 17 to los gatos in the green at 21 minutes. thanks, alexis. "good morning america" is coming up next. good morning, ginger. >> good morning, natasha. morning, reggie. great to be with you all this morning. we have a big exclusive. george sat down with president trump's embattled longtime attorney michael cohen, the man who once said he'd take a bullet for trump. now he's breaking his silence. we'll tell you what he told george right here on "gma" this morning. also ahead, a vacation nightmare. that tour boat was full of american passengers. it explodes. goes up in flames in the bahamas. kills a woman and injures at least nine others. the latest on the investigation there and what people onboard are now saying. and it's the move that has the country talking. lebron james taking his talents to los angeles, becoming a laker. signed a $154 million deal, in case you miss that had overnight. all the reaction, though, this
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morning. plus, he can sing, exact and he's hilarious, not talking lebron anymore. it is all coming up only on "good morning america." >> i love him. >> he's always fun to watch. looking forward to that. thanks, ginger. >> every time. thank you. tesla hit a major milestone over the weekend and now plans to ramp up model 3 productio
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we are back. we have some cooler weather on the way. that will bring us some cleaner air. and then the summertime heat does return for the weekend. natasha? >> thanks so much, mike. if you're planning on taking a trip, be prepared to take that snack out of your bag at the airport. according to guidelines from the tsa passengers may be asked to remove food from carry-ons now. snacks may clutter bags and obstruct the skcanner from getting a better image. they want to stay ahead of evolving threats. i remember thanksgivings when i wasn't here at home my mom would send me back with, like, five pounds of turkey. they love it when you do that. they love it. >> it's their favorite thing. the next time you get your fastrak statement, fees just went up across bay area bridges. we'll break it down for you. and vista point has spectacular views of the bay area. now that view is coming with a
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warning. and the new calls from cycling advocates as police are still looking for this driver accused of hitting a pedicab. plus, another update on the huge fire burning in yolo county this morning. find out when firefighters think they can get full containment on this thing. and i can tell you that they still have a long way to ] can you?
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this morning a massive fire
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continues to burn in yolo county. this is new video that came in to our live desk overnight. we'll have an update as it's spreading to napa county. >> we all woke up to an eerie morning yesterday. that's what you see on the left side of your screen as smoke left the bay area. now on the right side, that's a live look from our san francisco exploratorium camera. we'll be talking about how much longer we'll be dealing with all this smoke. and do you even know what a compact disc is? the big change with cds that's another sign of the times. i swear there are people born in high school these days who do not know what a cd is. >> or a cassette for ma matter. >> oh, please. >> these days. mike and i had 45s. >> actually i had some 8 tracks, too. >> that -- >> didn't have 72s, though. >> okay. >> let's not go back that far. thank you, danny. danny older than i am. >> whether young or old, you are
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welcome to our newscast. you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. trying to cover it all. let's cover the weather here in the next 25 seconds. the cloud cover in the gray covering our neighborhoods. a nice onshore breeze that will keep our air clean down where we live but there will be plenty of smoke above us. get ready for hazy sunshine. away from the coast where the low clouds will be more dominant, you're in the 50s today. the rest of us hit the 72 to 79 degree range at noon and then 75 to 85 from the bay and inland at 4:00. that's close to average. and 70 to 76 at 7:00. good evening coming your way. more on when the smoke is leaving your skies. alexis? we have a couple issues to talk about, one of those on eastbound 80 for folks trying to get out of town. a roll over crash. looks like a little bit closer to the fair field area around suisun valley road. that is all off on the shoulder. we're seeing the backup on the westbound side. i think some folks may be slowing down to take a look at
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that. not much of a backup eastbound, the direction of that crash. westbound 80, another crash off on the shoulder. this one involving a motorcycle, possibly some injuries there. and the bay bridge toll plaza, the metering lights have been on for about an hour. a backup into the maze. drive times up next. the county fire continues to burn out of control this morning. containment only at 2%. i want to show you this new video that came in to our live desk overnight. you can really see the large flames burning on the hillsides. it has forced evacuations across yolo county and is starting to creep into napa county. let's check in with reporter amy hollyfield who is near the fire in winters. she has an update for us this morning. amy? >> reporter: good morning, jessica. check out the red sun rising behind me. this gives you a hazy look at the air here in winters. a spokesperson for cal fire tells me they are expecting an update in the next half hour and are hoping for a good one.
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the weather did give them a bit of a break overnight. it cooled down and the winds settled down. here is a look at those flames from overnight. this was taken between brooks and lake berryessa. a spokesperson tells me she didn't hear of any issues overnight. she's hoping that's a good sign. no structures have burned, no injuries have been reported since this fire started on saturday. but 115 buildings are threatened, so they do have evacuation orders in place. police here along highway 128 tell us they are keeping an eye out for looters. they are watching out for those evacuated homes. they want people to know they do have a heavy police presence out here. it could take up to a week to contain this fire, but they are hoping for a good update and that will be at 7:00 this morning. stay with us as we continue to follow the updates on this fire. live in winters, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. absolutely, thank you, amy. this is time lapse video from the lap at the university of nevada reno.
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take a look, the smoke moving south last night. mes away from the fire. meanwhile, the pawnee fire in lake county spread to another 1,000 acres over the weekend. >> it charred 14,500 acres of land and is 73% contained. the fire is burning northwest of the county fire that we've been talking about. there's still a mandatory evacuation order in effect for the community of double eagle where flames are threatening 50 structures. the pawnee fire has destroyed 22 structures since it began a week ago saturday. we are posting fire updates on our website, also the abc 7 news app. sign up for push alerts and get updates as they happen. happening today a memorial service is set to get under way for one of the victims killed in the shooting at a maryland newspaper. the family of deputy editor rob hiaasen is holding a celebration of life today. the family says the dress for the service is summer casual because they say rob would never want you to put on a suit for him. he was one of the five staff
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members killed last thursday at the suspect is being held without bond. transportation advocates say a delayed plan put protected bike lanes along san francisco's embarcadero could have prevent add crash that has left a pedicab driver in critical condition. the port of san francisco was scheduled to create those lanes in 2015. but the port missed some key deadlines for their installation. the san francisco bicycle coalition says it receives complaints nearly every day from cyclists who use the embarcadero. police are still looking for the driver of the car that hit the pedicab driver last wednesday. surveillance video shows a gold honda civic four door swerving through the traffic before slamming into the pedicab. it caused it to collide with a second one and a family of four riding in the two cabs were hurt. anyone who ke toontact san francisco police. a woman drowned while trying to save three children swept into the ocean at half moon bay. this happened just after 6:30
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last night at cowell ranch state beach. te sheriff's office says an undertow carried the children out into the waves. that woman went into the water to help them, but she got swept away herself. other family members saved the children but were unable to reach the 47-year-old woman. officials have not released her name but say she was from the east bay. developing news in morgan hill where several people became sick after being exposed to an unknown substance at a home depot. investigators say eight people in the store on east dunn avenue complained of an odor making them sick. firefighters had to evacuate the store. paramedics took four people to the hospital. the initial report was that pepper spray may have been released in the store. president trump is starting a crucial week in his presidency preparing to pick the next justice of the supreme court. the president knows this is going to be a battle. he was on fox news talking about resistance from democrats but he might also have trouble from some members of his own party. >> a candidate for this
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important position who would overturn roe v. wade would not be acceptable to me because that would indicate an activist agenda. >> the supreme court showdown comes as the president deals with backlash from his immigration policy. there were massive rallies across the country including right here in the bay area over the weekend. protesting the policy that led to family separations at the border. you are never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. redwood city and menlo park, 61. san bruno, 63. everyone else even at the coast in the mid to upper 50s. we have 62 in palo alto. hayward and fremont, 60. here's a look from south traffic coming at us from the east. you'll need the sun glass this is afternoon. on the ferry, take a feary to the north bay or vice versa, breezy this afternoon.
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it may be warm. places like the east bay, 62 this morning at 8:00. for san francisco how about some mid to upper 50s at 8:00. pretty cloudy. more sunshine by noon. down to the south bay where we have cloudy ins this morning. dress for 70. low 80s. everybody but us is off. >> it sure feels like it. >> looking outside, though, there are a few other folks. cs
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fourth of july holiday that won't be the case. pretty slow. just some heavy volumes. you are really crawling at about midnight we did have a high wind advisory reported that seems to be calming down a little bit. if you're in a high-profile vehicle keep that in mind. one of the commutes that has remained light and mass transit looking great. san francisco bay ferry looking good and ace 3, 5 and 7 all on time. i have a breaking news update. the fbi just gave us an update in a press conference. i want to get you an update on
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what i was able to listen into. the suspect was arrested on charges of attempting to provide support to a foreign terrorist organization and they said he had been espousing his support for al qaeda for months. you can see they have a picture of the suspect on the screen. the suspect supposedly had been doing surveillance on a cleveland park as well as a u.s. coast guard station. he mentioned blowing up a fourth of july parade and other really concerning remarks about violence on the holiday that's coming up. i will keep listening in on the press conference and will have updates as they come in. >> how alarming. thank you, jessica. contra costa firefighters issuing a warning about the danger of illegal fireworks.
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officials say there's a heightened fire risk and they want to keep people safe this july fourth holiday. only on abc news president trump's personal lawyer talks with george stephanopoulos. what he's saying about his priorities now that he's under investigation. >> down almost 150 points, 24,125. an update on how the markets are doing coming up next. they say what goes up must come down. this needed to go up a little more. unfortunately on the only bed that adjusts on both sides to your ideal comfort, your sleep number setting. does your bed do that? it's the last chance for final closeout savings on the queen c2 mattress. now only $599, save $300. ends sunday.
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the forecast still holding. i believe we'll see cleaner air starting tomorrow as the winds and the upper levels of the atmosphere come out of the northeast today but out of the west tomorrow and the sea breeze is also going to start reaching up towards the fires and that will bring the overnight humidity levels up and drop the temperatures from 96 today to about 86. we'll still have some 100s around fresno, palm springs, chico. 68 and cloudiness in monterey. afternoon sunshine. it's pretty clear over lake tahoe right now. guess what happens when that wind starts blowing to the west, yep, smoky sunshine tuesday and wednesday and then the winds start blowing more towards oregon and that's where the
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smoke will go thursday. we see a warming trend up in the high country starting thursday and through the weekend. and back to the breaking news at golden state park where an overnight fire destroyed the clubhouse at the golf course. abc 7 news reporter matt keller had this report from the scene. >> reporter: check out the clubhouse. it was destroyed overnight. we just talked with the general manager and they say they'll have to alert the community the golf course will be closed for a couple of days. take a look at the video from earlier this morning, a lot of firefighters putting water onto the building. it took firefighters about an hour to put it out. unfortunately, the flames did a lot of damage to the clubhouse. fortunately there were no injuries. investigators are on the scene trying to figure out what started the fire. we found out the nonprofit the first tee operated out of the clubhouse. they ran youth programs here. no word on how this is going to impact them.
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reporting in golden gate park, matt keller, abc 7 news. 6:45. president trump's former personal lawyer is speaking for the first time. >> this is a new interview with george stephanopoulos. michael cohen says he's putting his family and his country first. it's important because in the past he said he would always remain loyal to the president. cohen spoke to stephanopoulos in an off camera interview. he's under investigation for potential bank fraud and campaign finance violations. now one part of this is $130,000 payment that cohen made to adult film star stormy daniels in exchange for her silence about an alleged affair with the president before he was elected. >> in the past he's always said that he did this on his own initiative so i asked him during this interview, did president trump direct you to make that payment? did he promise in advance to reimburse you? here's what he had to say. i want to answer. one day i will answer. but for now, i can't comment
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further on advice of my counsel. to me, that was a very, very big signal. >> wow, exactly. >> cohen has not "good morning america." it starts in about 15 minutes here on abc 7. a heads-up, car burglaries are on the rise on the marin side of the golden gate bridge. signs are going up now at vista point warning people about the increase in break-ins. thieves know there are tourists there and they often have cash and other valuables. the agency receives many calls out there they want people to be aware of their surroundings. investigators say a man hid a camera in the bathroom of a santa cruz coffee shop. he is charged with sexual exploitation of a child and burglary. sheriff's deputies say the camera was the size of a usb charger and plugged into an outlet facing a toilet. an employee found the device which investigators say recorded 12 people including children.
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detectives were able to identify savage as the suspect. investigators say a search of his home turned up more evidence linking him to the camera. 6:48 now. tesla ceo elon musk says the company has hit its milestone producing 5,000 model 3s a week. musk sent e-mails to employees saying tesla just became a real car company. musk says the company could hit 6,000 cars a week by next month. >> elon musk has another reason to celebrate. a spacex capsule will dock with the international space station. a falcon rocket sent the capsule into orbit in a spectacular launch at dawn on friday. it has an ai-enabled robot and 60 freeze-dried packets of 60 freeze-dried packets of coffee from new york.
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>> whoops. back to the drawing board for the engineer who is designed this rocket. it plunged back to the ground and burst into flames just seconds after hokkaido, japan. the developer believes the engine malfunctioned. another attempt also failed. lebron james heading now for l.a. and so is javale mcgee. mcgee won two titles with the warriors but signed a one-year deal after lebron's contract announcement. >> a four-year max contract with the lakers. they're excited for what's to come and are confident the team will make it to the finals next season. >> the warriors or whatever
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you're called, dubs nation up there, we're coming for those rings, man. >> all right, sir, calm down. he's now going to face the warriors four times instead of just two. it's a lot. >> your commute is more expensive for a lot of people. >> the toll went up 25 cents yesterday. the fastrak fare is $7. ferry riders are paying 25 cents or 50 cents. adults are paying 10 cents more. no matter how you get around, we're going to get you. >> that is very true. a live look this morning. trading gets under way -- looks like we're down 182 points. perhaps that's why the slow start on this monday. >> another sign that the times are changing.
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best buy stopped selling cds nationwide according to a report by billboard. the decision is likely connected to the massive decline in cd sales. do you think? music fans who aren't into downloads won't be completely out of luck because we're told best buy will still carry vinyl for at least another couple years because vinyl is cool and hip and hipster again. >> the cd club where you paid like $1 and you could get -- >> yes. that's how i have so many. >> i know! my sister did that, too. i would steal them. >> i remember the now that's music -- what is it? >> that was my favorite thing growing up. >> i remember it was volume one and now it's like volume 500. >> you didn't have to buy all the cds. you could have the one cd. >> all the top hits, mike. >> that satarted on vinyl in th '70s. >> mike is schooling us all. >> what comes around goes around. just a different format.
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hey, everybody, let's talk about weather. it's 6:52 this morning and here is a look at the east bay hills camera. you can see the smoke off in the distance. the thickest smoke moving away right now but there's more below deuced up by the county fire. expect more of that once the low clouds leave us today and they will. they'll pull back to the coast revealing the smoky sunshine today. it is not a spare the air day nor is there a smoke advisory like yesterday. cool and breezy. that's independence day and the weekend summer spread develops. yeah, temperatures will start warming away from the coast. 75 in milpitas. the warm spot down south, morgan hill at 76. san mateo, 73. mid to upper 70s for highs on the peninsula. 62 at half moon bay. 59 in daly city, the cool spot. 63 in downtown san francisco today. 76 in san rafael. we jump to 80 in santa rosa.
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in between 77 in napa. lake port and also up near both fires. upper 60s in richmond and berkeley. oakland, 70. you have fremont at 77. and 80 in san ramone today and 90 in brentwood. here is a look at tonight's temperatures. low to upper 50s out there except for lake port. antioch in the 60s. high pressure. here you go. that's what was steering the smoke our way. it will retrograde to the west. look at this dip in the jet stream that will push all the smoke off to the east starting tomorrow and eventually up into oregon and idaho starting thursday and friday when we start to see our temperatures reach back into the 80s and 90s. alexis? good morning, mike. and really has been a fairly quiet start to the monday morning commute and i think a lot of that due to a lot of folks off on the holiday. that was a look at southbound 680 through walnut creek slowly starting to fill in. 880 looking good if you are traveling through the oakland area heading past the coliseum right now. you can see both northbound and
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southbound 880 really looking good. you're not going to hit any slowdowns until you get into the maze. metering lights happened around the typical time. southbound 680, walnut creek to dublin, you're in the green 15 minutes. santa rosa to san francisco, also still under an hour. you have to love that. 57 minutes. northbound 17 through the santa cruz mountains also in the green at 22 minutes. thanks, alexis. the a's may have lost to the cleveland indians, but the root beer float day was a winner. >> a root beer float? all right. let's do it. a's president one of the many scoopers at the coliseum yesterday. local celebrities, a's players and alumni like dave stewart in on the fun. it raised more than $40,000 for the a's community fund. jordan bell taking part in the camp at usf as part of warriors basketball camp. the center is attending two days at the four-day camp and he will be spending time with more than
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125 kids leading drills and games. he says it's his way of giving back. >> i love working with youth. a big thing i said i would do if i made it big is give back whether it's time, money, whatever it is, get as many camps in as possible. this is my third one of the summer. i'm going around trying to visit as many camps as possible. >> and he will spend the rest of the off-season with the summer league squad in sacramento and vegas. coming up next the seven thin
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6:58. if you're just joining us or heading out the door, here are the seven things to know before you go. breaking news. the fbi wrapped up a news conference announcing a terrorism related arrest. it happened in cleveland over the weekend. investigators say the suspect was plotting a fourth of july attack. number two, a major fire burning in yolo county is creeping into napa county. the county fire has burned 44,500 acres since it started saturday afternoon. it is just 3% contained. and number three, we're looking at marine layer clouds.
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that will keep our temperatures pretty close to average as you look at your 12-hour planner. number four, firefighters investigating a fire at the golden gate park golf course clubhouse. fortunately no injuries there. the golf course will be closed today, though. it is not clear when it will reopen. president trump's former personal lawyer sat down with abc's george stephanopoulos yesterday. you can hear more up next. all right, number six, looking at the roads this morning, it really has been a fairly quiet day. we are looking at backups in our typical spots including here at the bay bridge toll plaza. and number seven, warriors fan favorite javale mcgee headed for los angeles. he reached an agreement on a one-year deal with the lakers, and joining him, lebron james. the lakers and warriors will face off four times during the regular season. >> that's how it went down. javale went first. >> he called up lebron, hey, do you want to come to the lakers? that's how deals are made. >> he was just in the studio not long ago saying he was going to
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stick with the golden state warriors the rest of his career. >> things change. "good morning america" st good morning, america. breaking news, abc news exclusive. president trump's longtime personal attorney michael cohen now breaking his silence. the man who once said this -- >> i'll do anything to protect mr. trump. >> now says he will put family and country first. contradicting the president's take on the russia investigation and those fbi raids on cohen's office. the strongest signal yet that he may cooperate with prosecutors against trump. only on "gma" this morning. summer scorcher. the new alert this morning, 60 million americans bracing for more excessive heat. roads buckling across the midwest, how long will the heat wave last? [ screaming ] nightmare is paradise. a boat full of american tourists exploding in the bahamas. >> move the boat! >> killing a woman


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