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natasha has the day off. she's cool too. not trying to dis her. trying to butter you up since you're sitting next to me. >> bribeses always acceptable. >> mike nicco how are you doing? >> nice to see you both. hi, everybody. the fog, the gray blowing in on a lighter sea breeze. the headwind westbound 80 at 30 miles per hour. it's going to have minimal effect on our temperatures away from the coast but the breeze will be around to a greater extent and so will faster sunshine. my accuweather 12-hour planner, 7:00 this morning, couple degrees cooler than yesterday. 60s at the coast, noon, 4:00 or 7:00, low 60s. noon 71 around the bay to 77 at 4:00, back down to a comfortable 72 at 7:00. a wider range of temperatures with more sunshine inland, 82 at noon, 90s at 4:00, back down to 79 at 7:00. the heat is on inland. today's just the beginning. more coming up. here's alexis. >> good morning, mike. and i want to follow up on a
crash we had kind of in a tough spot in the hayward area. sounds like at least three vehicles involved and injuries. southbound 880 before eighth street but they are calling for an ambulance. definitely a little backup from about state route 238 down to around 15 miles an hour. really good that they got that cleared out of the lanes, though, because that is a tough spot to have anything blocking. a check of the bay bridge toll plaza metering lights on pretty early, 5:26 unless in the carpool lanes you will have a wait for fastrack or cash lanes this morning. next update around 6:10. >> thanks. in the south bay right now fire crews are actively working to contain a wildfire burning close to several homes. >> a handful of people are evacuated this morning. abc 7 news reporter matt keller is live in milpitas with an update on the fire fighting progress. matt? >> yeah, good morning, jessica and reggie. i talked with the fire captain who says the weather has been helpful overnight. they have a lot of fire crews up
there on the moun right now and coming down and having breakfast and a briefing in just a little while here. in about an hour. now they are getting a lot of help from firefighters. 250 fire personnel on the lines. they also have a lot of help from the air. cal fire deployed two helicopters and four air tankers, able to drop flame retardant on the hillside. grass fire in the area of c country club road. sky map 7 shows where the fire spread near weller road. two ranchers and fire people were evacuated the area. one structure was lost. >> especially as the fires move into the heavier fuels the heavier fuels are burning very actively when we get fire in there, and so it's just, again, a byproduct of several years of drought. >> reporter: now the fire also threatened some radio and tv towers. neighbors say the remote looking hill is popular with hand gliders. last update by cal fire has it at 322 acres and 40% contained. we're expecting an update on
those numbers at 7:00 a.m. reporting live here in milpitas, matt keller, abc 7 news. >> thank you. meanwhile, a final good-bye today to a firefighter who died while fighting the ferguson fire. that's the fire burning near yosemite national park. 36-year-old braden varney died last saturday while operating a bulldozer near the fire line. today friends and family will say good-bye at a memorial service in modesto. varney served in the cal fire's merced units for a decade and leaves behind a wife and two young children. also this morning the same fire proving to be tough for fire crews. the ferguson fire has now burned more than 50 square miles in just ten days. apart from varney, four others have been hurt fighting thees. theircontaid. eveling news out o missouri, the coast guard is going to try to retrieve the sunken duck boat today after an accident left 17 people dead. this comes as the community gathered to mourn those who lost their lives. ♪ o lord my god
about 200 attended a memorial to honor the victims. a church bell chimed 17 times. the plan cus taking the boat to surface and transporting it for further inspection. officials hope data may reveal what happened in the final moments before it capsized. the yountville veterans program where three employees were killed is closing for good. the pathway home never reopened after the shooting in march. the signs say pathway home has been taken down, small tributes to the women who died that day remain there. they were taken hostage and shot >> devth by al ber wong, aes women were the core of the clinical program and were all friends and it's a small
community. >> the pathway home is joining forces with a home in martinez working on creating a new downloadable resource guide for organizes looking to launch pathway home inspired programs throughout the country. san francisco mayor london breed expected to announce her plans to help those struggling with homelessness. mayor breed walked through an encampment on berry street last week. some of the homeless have moved into navigation centers. the department of homelessness tells abc 7 news there are no longer any encampments in the city with 20 or more tents. the groundbreaking today on a new housing development for the homeless villas on the park near julian and second street will have more than 80 units. the group path or people assisting the homeless is behind this projects. a few local leaders are expected to be at the groundbreaking today. the development expectsed to be move in ready by october 2019. a plan to improve muni service is 20 years in the making but the cost keeps going
up. never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. check out the small craft advisory. little choppy, little bumpy on the water today with the southwest wind at 15 to 25 knots. it starts at 1:00 and goes through 10:00 this evening. looks like the evening commute could be a little breezy. >> and let's take a live look outside, shall we. look at this, the bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights are on. we'll check in
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you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. >> this is "abc 7 mornings." >> how to dress when stepping outside this morning, mid 50s to near 60 along the pence, 61 redwood city. 61 in hayward, fremont, palo alto, 63 san jose and concord. 74 in antioch, 56 in santa rosa. a look from our exploratorium camera at pier 15 cloudy out there but the clouds aren't as extensive as yesterday. strong sunshine if you're exercising. at the beaches, dangerous currents today, rip currents and sneaker waves and a small craft advisory going to be out on the bay that starts later on this afternoon. and it's going to keep things churning there. a look at the 12-hour planner for the east bay valley our warmest temperatures today will
reach the 90s this afternoon after starting in the 60s at 8:00. even warmer weather coming. in my accuweather forecast i will see you with that in less than seven minutes. here's alexis. >> good morning. we haven't had any major incidents and we are looking at the san mateo bridge starting to slow down on the westbound side. folks leaving hayward heading over towards foster city not confirmed by chp, but we have some reports of a disabled vehicle right around the high rise. i believe that is in the slow lane, the far right lane, so working to confirm that right now. in the meantime drive times, these are decent, highway 4 to the maze, 14 minute driving across the bay bridge, metering lights are on and southbound 101 san francisco to sfo looking great in the green at 9 minutes. new at 6:00, the cost of a third street light rail projects in san francisco's mission bay has reportedly gone up by nearly $1.5 million. the examiner says the mission bay loop projects will cost
$10.2 million. warriors and giants games by letting trains turn around mid route instead of having to go to the end of the line. it's also critical to operating the new central subway when it opens next year. the driver of this mangled car is in jail for suspected dui. the sheriff's office says he crashed and split the car in half after leading deputies on a chase that reached speeds up to 100 miles an hour. this happened saturday night on highway 12 near callstoga road. deputies tried to pull him over when they saw him going 90 in a 55 mile an hour zone. he wasn't seriously hurt. he was booked in the jail for dui having fake tags and outstanding warrant. one school district now has a high-tech solution to keep students safe. >> hear from a congressman who visited the u.s./mexico border to see a detention center for himself. >> we leave you with abc news
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he was arrested less than 24 hours later and pleaded not guilty in court two weeks ago and again he will be in court again today. in a san francisco courtroom this morning, lee johnson scheduled to begin testimony in his lawsuit against monsanto that makes round up. the 46-year-old johnson from ven knee shah claims using dozens of gallons of round up in his job gave him terminal cancer. monsanto's attorneys say scientific evidence is overbheming the weed killer does not cause cancer. what the jury decides could set a precedent for hundreds of future cases. six people are in custody following a police pursuit in oakland. opd tweeting this last night, they were asking residents to stay in their homes. ra few blocks north of the fruitvale bart station. police say a pursuit ended in that area and the suspects ran into a home. they ended up surrendering to officers an hour later. an east bay congressman
sharing what he saw when he visited a detention center along the u.s./mexico border. he made the trip to texas this week. the group spoke to families who had been separated and witnessed court proceedings. he says the majority of people being detained are seeking asylum. he says he watched a few reunions but stunned by what was going on at the border. >> if the average american saw what was being done in their name, they would be as angry and saddened as i am today 48 hours after witnessing this. >> he plans to hold a town hal to discuss the white house's immigration policy and what he saw during his visit. new this morning, facial recognition is coming to a school district in new york and the goal here is to try prevent school shootings and boost security. >> the technology would alert schools of people who don't belong. the facial recognition syste fa database of exspelled students, sex offenders and other possible
trouble makers. not everyone happy about this. the civil union calls the technology invasive and inaccurate. >> spot fy wants to make it easier. the music streaming service is partnering with fest ticket and on-line booking platform. fest ticket has a new feature called festival finder. you enter your spotify log-in info and they will put data from your play list up there on their website able to match it to music festival you might like to go and visit, your favorite artist and sonks and match you with ten upcoming festivals. kind of takes some of the research out of it. >> it's still a little scary when someone knows so much about you, right. here. here are the ten things you've been listening to. maybe you would like to go to the festival happening ten feet from you. >> people are still getting stuff downloaded from our iphones without us knowing. >> shocker. >> come on. >> shocker. >> let's take a look at what's going on outside. hi, everybody.
in case you want to know the forecast and step away, we have an app for you. we'll show you the accuweather forecast hour by hour. i will show you what it looks like outside. golden gate bridge, you can see it is pretty cloudy out there becoming sunny, slightly warmer this afternoon. especially the farther inland you are. tonight the clouds will return. a little bit of drizzle near the coast. and then the warmth will ease this weekend. all right. let's take a look at what's going on. got an area of low pressure. see the curl in the cloud cover right there, the countelo excessive heat that most of the state is going to be dealing with today. it's also drawing up some of the high clouds that will hit the south bay as we head towards sunset. so if you snap a picture and #abc 7 now we would love to see it. look at the spread across the south bay, 80 milpitas, 84 san jose, 98 in gilroy. spread we've got one. it's a little smaller on the peninsula from 74 in millbrae to about 85 in redwood city. along the coast low to mid 60s
today. upper 60s to low 70s around downtown and south san francisco and in sausalito. then we'll have mid 80s for the most part through the north bay valleys but you head farther north and get away from the breezes, throw upper 90s, clover dale towards ukiah. along the east bay shore mainly upper 70s, 80 in hercules and also in newark and 81 to 82 around union city and freemont. 89 in pleasanton. the cool spot. 9 in brentwood. the warm spot. tonight those temperatures will fall back into the 50s and 60s in the east bay. 67 in antioch. mid to upper 50s around the bay shore. cloud deck more extensive but the heat will creep into our inland neighborhoods. not only today but tomorrow. peaking wednesday and then temperatures will pull back to average by about the weekend. hope you have a great monday. let's find out if the commute will put you in a good mood or not. >> depends on where you are. hopefully you won't see major slow downs. couple hot spots this morning. a crash on the south bay 880 off
ramp to a street. it was on the main line. it was pushed offer to the off ramp i believe. one lane of the ramp is blocked. stop and go at 34 miles an hour approaching that. sounds like one person with injuries. three vehicles total involved. have not confirmed with chp about westbound 92 close to the foster city exit across the san mateo bridge. we are hearing from our partners we have a disabled vehicle blocking the far right lane and stacked up to the toll plaza now for the san mateo bridge. so definitely getting heavy there. and bay bridge toll plaza also heavy. metering lights on for almost an hour. 5:26 the official time this morning. a new crash in for fairfield. we'll check that next. >> "good morning america" coming up at 7:00 on abc 7. >> ginger zee live from new york city with a look at what's ahead. good morning, ginger. >> good morning, reggie, jessica, great to be with you both this morning. coming up on "gma," we are live with the latest on that deadly
mass shooting in toronto. a gunman opened fire on a busy street, injured more than a dozen people and then died in a gun battle with police. authorities are searching for the motive right now. and new concerns after an uber and lyft driver live streamed passengers without their knowledge. the videos were posted on-line and here's the kicker. it's all legal. plus, the alarming new study about some food preservatives and additives like food coloring could they lead to health risks. dr. ashton with a spirited discussion and it's shark week. usually i'm diving in and i will this week, but this time we're talking about shaq and his crazy cage dive. we're celebrating like only "gma" can. you have to wait to see what's popping up in our studio coming up on "good morning america." >> very excited for shark week. you and shaq a lot braver than we are. >> right. we'll watch. thanks, ginger. keep a tight hold on your beach umbrella. that sounds odd but an accident that's now happened in just recent with weeks twice. we'll tell you about it. >> it's wild.
you are never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. a lot of sunshine, one of the areas along with the south bay that's going to see a little bit more warmer temperatures today while the rest of us the sea breeze willhold us close to yesterday. more on that heating trend coming up. let's get more news from reggie.
>> it's happened again, strong winds picked up an umbrella and impaled a woman in ocean city maryland, yesterday, when the umbrella struck her in the chest. video of her getting a helicopter ride to a nearby hospital. baltimore abc affiliate wmar reports she's expected to make a fuel recovery. last week we told you about another woman hurt by a flying umbrella in new jersey. survivors of the las vegas mass shooting expected to speak this morning about a lawsuit filed by mgm. the company owns mandalay bay hotel where the gunman staged his attack on a country music concert last october. mgm is suing 1,000 victims in hopes of avoiding liability claims citing a 2002 law established after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. the survivors feel like mandalay bay didn't do enough to protect them. houston police have released this sketch of a suspect in the murder of a prominent cardiologist there.
dr. mark houseconnect was shot and killed friday while riding his bike to work. officials say the doctor was killed by a man who rode past him also on a bike, turned around and opened fire. the doctor the first president bush in february 2000 for an irregular heartbeat. see the whole bizarre story on "good morning america." its comes at 7:00 right after our newscast. stay tuned. happening today the sonoma city council forced to take up an issue that members have ignored. cannibis related business. the council will discuss what's called the cannibis initiative measure. that initiative would establish a commercial cannibis business allowing for the retail sale, testing and distribution of marijuana. sonoma residents approved prop 64 to legalize weed in california by 61%. tonight martinez residents will voice their concerns over a proposed half cent sales tax. it's expected to rake in more than $3 million annually and help pay for basic government
services. the city council is considering placing the sales tax hike on the november 6th ballot. the tonight's meeting is held at city hall and kicks off at 7:00. an oakland bart station back open after a violent stabbing. we will have an update for you on the victims. >> we're learning more about what led to a deadly hostage situation at a southern california trader joe's. and there's one bay area city that's getting ready to say
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good morning bay area. let's get up and get going. >> this is "abc 7 mornings." >> now at 6:30, a second victim has died after the mass shooting in toronto. an investigation now under way for a motive. a violent and deadly stabbing at the macarthur bart station in oakland. we are learning more about the second victim this morning. >> a plant attracting a lot of attention at golden gate park because of its nasty smell. >> good morning. on this monday, july 23rd. 6:30. thanks for waking up with us. >> never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. a lot of people going out to golden gate park these days. is it a nice day to go? >> imagine the temperature was warm and you're trying to smell that thing. thankfully the temperature will be cool. let's take a look at what's going on. a warming trend mainly for our inland neighborhoods. here's a look at live doppler four hours ago, clouds at the coast, watch the migration across the bay into the east.
increasing clouds through about 9:00 and then we're going to see faster sunshine today and warmer temperaturesheoast. this morning we're starting off 75 to 61. we'll stay in the low 60s at the coast. 71 to 82 around the bay. 90s warmer weather inland and 72 to 79, pretty nice time to be outside about 7:00 this evening. now on the roads here's alexis. >> depends on where you are. overall it has been nice this morning but a couple slow spots including a new crash in the fairfield area, westbound 80, before the 680 merge. a crash blocking at least one lane. looks like it may be a little further east of where i have the icon. not quite to the area. michael jackson cre emergency crews on the scene. richard to san rafael 7 minutes, 33 minute drive across the san mateo bridge. a disabled vehicle on the foster city side.
and westbound 84 dumbarton bridge decent alternate in the green at 9 minutes. >> thank you. now on to developing news at that bart stabbing, it killed a young woman last night at macarthur station. police are still looking for the suspect. >> bart police say the stabbing appears to be random. abc 7 news reporter cornell barnard live for us in oakland. cornell? >> this morning bart officials calling the crime that happened here [ inaudible ] the suspect we can tell you the bart station has now reopened after it closed last night about 9:45 following what appears to be a random, double stabbing. there were a lot of police here last night investigating. bart officials say two young women believed to be sisters were getting off the train here at the station to meet their father when they were attacked by a man with a knife. one woman was stabbed in the neck and died. the other woman badly wounded. the suspect took off running. >> they are searching for a suspect who is described as a
white male, in his 20s or 30s, heavy build and short hair. the suspect fled from the train and down into the concourse level of the station and left the station. >> just sad what happened, you know. this is my stop. i hope they catch him. >> reporter: bart riders definitely feeling uneasy this morning. the woman who survived the attack we're told is listed in stable condition at a hospital. bart says it's now reviewing surveillance camera footage of the incident and any witnesses with information are encouraged to call bart police. live in oakland this morning, cornell barnard, abc 7 news. >> such a horrible story to report. thanks for the update. >> a second victim has sho tonta. 12 t gunman died in a shoot-out with police. >> [ bleep ].
>> witnesses said they heard between 20 and 30 shots fired. the shootings took place in an aea known as greek town. the injured include a girl under the age of 10. she's in critical condition. no information has been released about the gunman or his motive. the suspect in a deadly standoff at a los angeles trader joe's is expected in court today. family members say a feud between a man and his grandmother is what led to this deadly hostage situation. police say 28-year-old gene atkins shot his grandmother during an argument on saturday. he then forced his girlfriend into a car and led police on a chase that ended at a trader joe's. that is where a standoff lasted for several hours before atkins asver manageras dd. says ts wng std a aumt over tvs. >> my neighbor's daughter told me
mother went back inside to tell her grandson, you know, he had too many tvs on, something in that sort and right after that she heard gun shots. >> the grandmother remains in the hospital. a cousin says she had been unhappy with atkins having his girlfriend live with them. a fiery war of words between president trump and iran. >> the president warning iran not to threaten the u.s. or the country could suffer consequences. this coming hours after iran issued a threat of its own against the u.s. its president said mr. trump, do not play with the lion's tail or you will regret it. mr. trump fired back in an all caps with tweet saying, never ever threaten the u.s. again or you will suffer consequencings the likes few throughout history has suffered. the dust up days before iran faces looming sanctions after the u.s. withdrew from the iran nuclear deal. >> secretary of state mike pompeo will be in the bay area for an international conference. pompeo spoke last night at the regan presidential library in southern california. following the president's iran tweet he accused tehran's ruling
ayatollah's of spreading violence across the middle east. he also accused them of lining their pockets with ill-gotten gains. pompeo will be joined at stanford by secretary of defense jim mattis to discuss international cooperation in the pacific region. you are never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. temperatures in the south bay where we have milpitas at 58 and looks like los altos at 59. everything else in the low to mid 60s. we have 69 in brentwood, one of the warm spots. 61 in redwood city. 60 in newark. fairfield 60. everybody else mid to upper 50s. couple degrees cooler than yesterday. cloud deck is out there, but it's not going to hang around very long today. if you're driving you'll need the sunglasses as soon as about 9:00 in many areas. breezy and choppy, though, this afternoon and evening if you're going to be out on the water. your ferry ride is going to be a little brisk at times. in mass transit cool this morning but could be hot in some
neighborhoods like in the north bay we're going to get into the mid 80s around 2:00 and hang out there through 4:00 and then beat down to 70 by 8:00. reach 77 by noon. quick warming in the north bay. for the east bay, we start off mainly cloudy at 60 at 8:00, 68 at noon with sunshine hanging out in the low to mid 70s in the afternoon hours. clouds increasing and 8:00 and 63 degrees in the south bay starting off, partly cloudy, 65, moip and 80 by noon and stay in the 80s through about 6:00. back down to a comfortable 75 with increasing high clouds, gorgeous colorful sunset coming your way in the south bay this afternoon. hi there. >> hello. >> we start off good. had a few issues. i know you're tracking other stuff. what's the update now for the commute? >> okay. let's take a look at that here this s to get to. one of those in fairfield, westbound 80 before you get to 680, four-car crash with injuries pushed offer to the
shoulder. that's the good news. all lanes back open. you are stop and go back into the fairfield area. that is heavy for about two and a half, three miles at this point. also, want to head down to the san mateo bridge. never did get this confirmed from chp but according to our partners there was a disabled vehicle before the foster city exit that has cleared and not sure if they got help or perhaps that aaa, but 14 miles per average for basically the entire span of the bridge back to the toll plaza. so that will take a while to unwind. north bay 101 at 880 in san jose looking okay here, north of here, we have a two-car crash that made it off to the left shoulder. no blocking incidents there. drive times in a few minutes. >> thank you. a desperate search under way for a missing midwest college student. with ties here to the bay area. 20-year-old molly tibbetter chi fo movin t with h bo family. she was last sn gng in brooklyn
wednesday night. friends and volunteers have been searching for mollie and combing corn fields where she's known to run. her mother spoke to us by phone. >> it's exhausting and know, you know, i don't know where she is. i don't know if she's safe or not safe. >> mollie's father lives in the east bay but he's now in iowa helping in the search. brooklyn, iowa, has about 1500 people, most of the community out looking for mollie. happening today the berkeley city council expected to decide if it will continue to allow the police department to participate in urban shield training. the urban shield is a law enforcement training that happens in alameda county every september. agencies from all over the country participate in the two-day disaster and mass shooting exercise. opponents to it say the training militarizes police. meanwhile, supporters say it's about learning to work together. the city council meets at 4:00
this afternoon. discuss an emergency ban on non-hosted short-term rentals, a rental on a site like airbnb where the homeowner isn't present on the property. city officials are concerned about rentals that turn into a nuisance for neighbors and san leandro already bans homers on from representing out granny units. fire investigators know what may have started a fire near a san francisco hotel. >> the old macy's at stone galleria has sat empty a few months but now there's plans to fill the space. >> you're looking live at the big board. the new york stock exchange down a bit. another update on how the markets are doing coming up next. >> young professional women are invited to an inspiring afternoon designed for personal and career growth. learn from the confidence coach shantel anderson and showcase your personal brand and invest your personal brand and invest in the power of you with abc
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heat there but look everywhere else, central valley into the high desert, heat watches, heat advisories, heat warnings and temperatures hitting 117 in palm springs. more than 100 in fresno, 101 chico, 97 in sacramento and with the threat of thunderstorms 91 in yosemite to 69 with afternoon sunshine in monterey. our local forecast coming up next. here's reggie and jessica. >> thank you. developing news now on the south bay, fire crews working to contain a wildfire burning close to several homes. >> burning east of the county park in milpitas. abc 7 news reporter matt keller live at the command post for us this morning. matt? >> good morning, jessica and reggie. i got the new numbers about five minutes ago. that the fire is now at 320 acres and is 80% contained. that captain told me that the crews did a great job overnight. >> the crews were out on the fire line all night, weather cooled down quite a bit. relative humidity came up,
minimal fire behavior overnight. crews were able to make good progress constructing the fire line. >> cal fire deployed two helicopters and four air tankers yesterday. the grass fire started in country club road and north park victoria road sunday afternoon. sky map 7 shows where the fire spread. two ranches and five people were evacuated in that area. one structure was lost. now they are holding a briefing at 7:00 this morning with all of the firefighters and more firefighters will held up into the foothills to battle the fire. live in milpitas, matt keller, abc 7 news. ⌞>> a cigarette may have caused this fire at a san francisco hotel. abc 7 news was there as firefighters put out the fire on a loading dock next to the intercontinental te the loa dk fif street. when crews got there there was a lot of smoke billowing alongside the hotel and they were able to get it under control. nobody got hurt and the official cause is still under investigation. now to an abc 7 news exclusive on the growing scandal at the university of southern
california. >> four women coming forward publicly for the first time and they are accusing u.s. doctor of sexual misconduct. this morning more than 50 women are suing the gynecologist and the university. dr. george tindall treated thousands of women since the late '80s before he was forced to retire last year. four women now talking about the ordeal saying the school knew about the abuse but failed to protect them. usc says it is conducting a thorough investigation. >> did it seem odd a doctor is asking to take a naked photo of you? >> having been raised from a small town and grew up very trusting, that's not something you question. >> the doctor's lawyer issued this statement to abc news that says dr. tindall is confident when all the facts are known this will be clear his practice of medicine was consistent with the standard of care for such examinations. abc will have a full report on "good morning america" and tonight on nightline.
a report finds rates of hiv infection are on the rise in 50 countries. the united nations repor tied the "miles to go" found nearly 2 million became infected last year, that includes 180,000 children. the death rate from aids related illnesses was 940,000 last year, that's the lowest this century. the goal is to reduce those deaths to 500,000 or fewer by the year 2020. and now your morning money report. tesla is asking suppliers to return payments to help the company reach profitability. >> "the wall street journal" reviewed a memo tesla sent a supplier last week and in it the electric car company is requesting back a meaningful portion of its payments since 2016. the memo raises concerns, though, about tesla's cashev tu a profit in the third and fourth quarters of this year. you might remember the old macy's at stone town galleria i
theater. according to the examiner, the san francisco planning commissioners are moving forward with plans to breathe new life into the space. it is granting zoning amendments to accommodate renovations that will include a third-story movie theater. snapchat is ending its snap cash payment service at the end of next month. it launched four years ago. the service provided users with an easy way to send money to each other. the photo sharing app has not revealed why but experts think it's likely due to the struggling fight and the competition with venmo and paypal. a live look at the new york stock exchange and we are down about 18 points as trading get under way this morning. >> okay. if you bought any ritz cracker products recently, check those packages. snack company mondella international recalling more than a dozen products after fears of salmonella. 16 varieties of ritz crackers sandwiches and ritz bits items have been recalled that contain
whey powder a supplier has recalled due to the potential presence of salmonella. no illnesses have been reported yet. we have a full list of the recalled products on abc7news.com. a transgender activist who won a discrimination lawsuit after a school refused to let her use the girl's bathroom will be tv's first transgender super hero. nicole maines will star in the series "super girl" and play a character called dreamer. producers describe her character as a soulful young transgender woman with a fierce drive to protect others. maine's gained national attention against her school district in maine over her right to use the girl's bathroom. only a few days to catch a whiff of a rare event happening in san francisco. >> abc 7 news is at the conservatory of flowers in golden gate park as summa the titan began to open yesterday. the corps flower is famous for its smell ofotng f during peakth scent is intendedt
pollinators. the corps flower blooms only every seven to ten years and lasts for only about three days. to accommodate the expected crowds, the conservatory will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. today through wednesday. got to love mother nature. hey, why not. >> one of the things i'm just happy to see and not smell. i'm fine just with the images i saw. looks pretty. >> go like this. >> yes. >> that's -- >> i'm out numbered because i would do it. >> go check it out for all of us. >> if you're not willing to go, i'm not sharing it with you. >> don't tell us about it. >> there you go. hey, everybody. let's see what's going on outside. never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. sutro tower, above the cloud deck this morning, gorgeous sunshine waiting for you an it will come quicker than yesterday and that will help us warm a little faster. especially inland where the next few days are going to be really hot with mid to upper 90s in some neighborhoods. not as warm this weekend for all
you weekend warriors. a look at the cloud cover and watch as we head from 7:00 this morning to noon, back at the coast, but unlike yesterday it's going to cling to the coast a lot more than it did and that's going to keep your temperatures down just a little bit. down in the south bay, huge spread from 80 in milpitas, 84 san jose, 98 in gilroy, 75 santa cruz. head up the peninsula, temperatures in the mid 80s and drop to the mid 70s. low to mid 60s along the coast. 68 in downtown, 72 in south san francisco, in between 69 in sausalito. a lot of mid 80s in the north bay valleys, closer to the san pablo bay where it's going to be breezy. farther north low to upper 90s in clover dale and ukiah. along the shore, 73 in berkeley to 78 in san leandro and few 80s in fremont and hercules. 89 pleasanton, low to mid 90s. good news we cool significantly tonight. most neighborhoods mid to upper 50s, 60s in the south bay and
also the east bay around lake port and clover dale for our warm spots. my accuweather seven-day forecast temperatures climb inland while we plateau in the bay and coast. by the time we get to saturday we'll have morning clouds and afternoon sunshine and temperatures around average. >> good morning. we are starting to improve a bit here on the san mateo bridge. things are moving once again on westbound 92. never did get it confirmed by chp by according it our partners at waze, a disabled vehicle blocking the slow lane about 20, 30 minutes that is gone now. obviously we have some residual delays there. looking typical getting out of the central valley this morning. seven miles an hour on westbound 205 to 13 miles an hour once you make it to 580. no blocking incidents. has been normal this morning. normal service, no delays on bart, macarthur station is open following the deadly stabbing last night. ace three, five, seven out on time.
no issues. normal service, no delays for san francisco bay ferry. new this morning, the mexican museum in san francisco reportedly closing its doors this fall. according to the chronicle the museum has not paid rent since last october and will vacate its location in november. the museum is also still trying to raise $30 million to build its new museum at the yerba buena center. the developer plans to complete it next year, but the earliest the museum will open is 2020, to save money. tempers spilled over at the rugby sevens tournament at at&t park and police are looking into a fight that took place in the players tunnel that led to the field. it happened following a match between samoa and wales yesterday. reports say a player from the welsh team was bleeding heavily and police had to break up the brawl. world rugby says they've suspended a player from the samoa team as a result of what happened. for the vast majority of the
pe playing and watching it was a good time. 100,000 packing into at&t park over the three-day tournament. san francisco chosen as the first u.s. location for the world cup sevens because of the bay area's diversity. rugby fans say part of the fun was being able to meet people who traveled from more than 28 countries including places like fiji and papua new guinea. new zealand ended up winning the men's and women's tournament. >> congratulations new zealand, although what a great accolade for the bay area to host that tournament. >> yeah. do you think you're completely in control of your own thoughts? maybe not as much as you think. >> this according to a study at san francisco state university. researchers found that while we can certainly decide to think about certain things other information including activities that we have learned can enter into our subconscious and cause us to think about something else. psychologists call these dispositions sets and they say understanding how sets work could have implications for the way we absorb information and
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ju joining us hding out the do the sev things to know before you go. number one, a suspect is on the loose after bart police say he stabbed two young women killing one and hurting the other. a bart spokesman says he believes the victims are sisters and their father was there to pick them up last night at the macarthur station. >> number two, the death toll from a shooting in toronto has now gone up to three. that would be two innocent bystanders and the gunman. he opened fire last night in a popular area known as greek town. still don't know what his motive was. >> number three, the county fire burning in milpitas -- the country fire i should say 80% contained after destroying more than 300 acres. officials issued numbers saying crews were able to make some progress overnight constructing a fire line last night. >> number four your accuweather 12-hour planner i put together. cooler this morning but faster sunshine means warmer temperatures especially inland
state mikestanfo o httrte foreign diplomatic get together. >> number six we haven't had major issues today. the slowest spot westbound 92 across san mateo bridge. earlier disabled vehicle on the foster city side has cleared at our worst point we were up to about 34 minutes, down to 23 now. >> number seven, it's national vanilla ice cream day and it will be the perfect day to enjoy a cone. there are plenty of deals to be had including free or discounted scoops at baskin-robbins and cold stone creamery. >> you can't go wrong with vanilla, right. >> but it's basic and so vanilla. >> true. >> really great on top of a cookie. or a pie. yeah. >> we'll take it with anything. >> love it. >> vanilla swirl like at dairy queen any day. >> oh, yeah. >> call me boring and basic. i don't mind. "good morning america" starts
right now. good morning, america. breaking overnight, deadly mass shooting. a gunman dressed in black opening fire on a busy toronto street before dying in a gun battle with police. authorities not ruling out terrorism. the search for a motive right now. overnight, the president launches an explosive rhetorical attack on iran. an all caps tweet, threatening the nation with consequences few throughout history have ever suffered before after iran issuing a warning of its own. no privacy for passengers. the uber and lyft driver recording people in his car without their knowledge posting the live stream online and it's all legal. flash floods and funnel clouds. severe storms slam the southeast.