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zbrs now from abc 7, live breaking news. good morning, earn. i'm chris nguyen. breaking news out of oakland where the northbound lanes much 8807 near 23rd avenue are closed. you can see why here. a 28-year-old woman from hayward was speeding, lost control and crashed into support beams. she has been arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence. the beams were holding girders of the new overpass being constructed. the girders fell across all four northbound lanes of interstate 880. the woman suffered non-life threatening injuries. officers matthew hammer joins us on the phone. this happened at re almosthoammer th coti an investigation right now. >> that's correct we currently have the multidisciplinary accident investigation team on scene. what they're doing is taking me
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they can reconstruct the accident before, during and after the collision. once they clear up- once they get the measurements we have caltrans come in move the heavy equipment to move the steel girders clean up the debris and get the freeway open so commuters can get to where they are going. >> officer, hammer we know the driver has been arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence. as of right now, though, no other injuries to report to either -- to anyone else besides the driver. is that correct? >> that's correct. this was a solo vehicle collision. it was just the one female driver in the vehicle. and she sustained non-life threatening injuries. >> officer, if you could, talk to me about the traffic backup happening now on the interstate. this is a very popular stretch of freeway as people begin the weekend. >> that's very correct.
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880 northbound and southbound are both kind of vital lines of travel for residents of the bay area and people coming in and out of the area. when you shut down all four lanes we are diverting traffic on 23rd avenue going to one lane off ramp and back on the freeway. this is having extremely increasing commute times. it's pretty much bringing it to a stand still here. >> and in terms of detour recommendations, i mean, people can certainly take the surface streets. but another option is to take southbound 880 and make your -- especially from oakland or from the east bay to san francisco maybe down southbound and connect through one of the bridges? >> exactly. if you are going to the peninsula, you know, try to take 92, san mateo bridge. if you have to come up to oakland, you can take interstate 580. we are allowing big trucks and semis to drive on 580 at this time. if you can, avoid 880 at all
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cost. >> and we are looking at images from earlier this morning. a lot of debris on the roadways. >> that's correct. you know when the motorist hit the support beam it pretty much just was an explosion of wood and metal all over the freeways here. >> and we also see that the -- it appears to be the driver's vehicle flipped onto its side. has that vehicle been removed from the scene yet? >> that vehicle was removed from the scene about 15 minutes ago. >> okay. all right. breaking details, again, this is involving closures of northbound 880 lanes through oakland. the chp is currently there. officer hammer with the highway patrol we appreciate your time. i want to take a live look at the traffic mess throughout the area. wow, a cal advance camera at 66th avenue by the oakland coliseum and oracle arena. you can see that traffic is moving very slowly right now.
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again, if you can avoid in area, if you have friends or family that you know are making their way north on interstate 880 through oakland it's best to try to get them to turn around at a safe spot and possibly take the southbound lanes connect through one of the bridges to get from the east bay to the peninsula and back up to the city if your travels take you through that area. stay with abc 7 news for the latest on this news. you can get alerts like this when the breaking news appears happens. droed the news app also the latest updates throughout the newscasts. turning now to the weather let's check in with meteorologist lisa argen tracking the conditions where you live. lisa, some potential fire dangerous out there this weekend frmgt that's right. the red flag warning began after midnight man the winds gusting in upper elevations. live zpler 7 shows clear this morning. check of winds at 22-mile-per-hour at list peak.
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but mount tam is at 35 miles an hour. and the diablo range up over 40-mile-per-hour. certainly breezy in the upper elevations. north bay mountains and east bay hills. with the warmer temperatures the relative humidity decreases. we are watching this closely. the fuel are dry, grasses, brushes are very dry. if a fire ignites it will be very easy to spread. >> ufrpts in the upper 50s in san francisco. santa rosa a little wind at 47. a live look outside looks nice in san francisco. mid-70s today downtown. chris. >> thanks, lisa. this morning in the south bay. all lanes are back op li open on interstate 880 near the san jose international airport. last night a grass fire turned it into a nightmare. the highway patrol had to close southbound lanes in the area. officers eventually allowed stranded drivers to make u-turns to get off the freeway. the lanes reopened after 8:00.
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firefighters battled in fire in western sonoma county just before 9:00 last night about half an acre of grass burned. this is video from an observation camera set up to spot wildfires. the press democrat reports firefighters were able to save the home on the property. but a large pool cabin aire was destroyed. in concord a new class of firefighters just learned how to fight structure fires as their teachers planned for the red flag warning. abc 7 news anchor eric thomas went to the training center and learned this is becoming the new norm. >> reporter: today's lesson plan, make a high pressure inch and a half fire hose bend to your will or navigate a dark unfamiliar structure looking for flames and fire victims. the training is tough on mind and body. >> i thought i was in pretty good shape coming in. and i was. but they had challenged us every single day, both in the gym and on the training grounds. >> while the recruits train for a structure fire the teachers plan for a weekend of high fire
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danger. a red flag warning through early sunday morning. >> we expect weather conditions, high heat and high winds to be conducive to gettingfio spread >> fighting a fast moving vegetation fire is something the rekruts have to face in a future training evolution. >> we train our firefighters from the ground up, how to suppress fires utilizing tools, hose lines and the different pieces of equipment that we have here at the district. >> their instructors face faced the real thing in june when the wildland fire off this road burned more than 360 acres threatening a pair of subdivisions. a quick response and air attacks saved the homes. but when the recruits move to the tinires buin hotter and more dangerous than in the past. >> fire season is no longer fire season. we are at some level of wildland threat throughout the work -- throughout the year. >> that's why they are taking no
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chances. they will have strike teams ready to go in the event of a wildland fire that could be added to by the weather this weekend. the recruit training program here in concord has been accredited by the state for its excellence, only one of 20 programs in the entire state of california that have done so. and in concord, eric thomas, abc 7 news. and abc 7 news is tracking the fire danger this weekend. can you download the abc 7 news app to get alerts. the time is 8:08. new overnight one person dead and flory missing and a partial building clams at this amazon distribution center. video from the scene in baltimore, maryland. the fire department says the incident was weather related. at last che cwse searching for the missing person. back here at home police in east palo alto want to find three men who kid snapped and sexually assaulted a 17-year-old girl. the teenager told officers she was in front of her house near
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kuhlee and woodland when the three men forced her into a van around 1:30 yesterday morning. she she drove her to a unknown location and assaulted her and threw her out of the van. she made it home. the van is described as black with tinted windows. the time 8:09. san jose police need you to be on the lookout for this woman and two children. they say she kidnapped them during a supervised visit. a social worker was with the mother i doen air moria her 1-year-old son alexander and 11-year-old priscilla. it happened at perch park in san jose yesterday amp. the social worker took the daughter to the restroom. when they returned they say the mother was gone with her son. as the social worker was looking for them the daughter went missing. both children are believed to be with their mother. police say she is believed to be
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driving a gray 2012 mini cooper with california license plate president 6 uwl 251, possibly headed to colorado springs. governor brown is hitting the campaign trail to oppose proposition 6. prop 6 would repeal the 12 cent per gallon gas tax increase that sacramento lawmakers set in motion to pay for road and bridgework. critics say it's to too heavy a burden on computers. >> supercommuters like a lot in the bay area would end up saving $800 a year if prop 6 passes. that's why working families struggling with the cost of living are voting yes. >> we need to fix our roads, bridges. this is a great opportunity to show the rest of the country that california knows how to invest in its future. >> lawmakers say any say if they lose revenue from prop 6 they are unsure how they'll fund current and future roadwork.
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count on abc 7 for all of the election coverage pch abc news network has coverage of the biggest races around the country beginning at 5:00 tuesday night. and we'll have live local election coverage throughout the evening on abc 7 news at 9:00 on coffey tv 20 and here at 11:00 on abc 7. time 8:11 on this saturday morning. lisa argen has been tracking the accuweather forecast and the summer-like conditions we are experience being, not good. unbelievable where the wind is not blowing in the upper 40s in the north bay. but where it's blowing, the lower 70s by the delta. so we have a red flag warning in effect throughout the day today. for gusty winds in the upper elevations, everyone warming up today. i'll have details in a if you minutes. >> thanks also next an abc 7 i-team exclusive on the elections next week. some opponents raising questions about now santa clara county sheriff laurie smith sought out
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california's public schools rank 44th in the nation. 44th. i'm marshall tuck, i'm a public-school parent, and i know we can do better. in the public schools i led, we got more funding into our classrooms, supported our teachers, and we raised graduation rates by 60%. that's why president obama's education secretary endorses me. we've done it before. now, let's do it for every public-school student in california. i'm marshall tuck. i'm running for state superintendent.
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♪ ♪ ♪ the holidays begin here at the disneyland resort. with pg&e in the sierras. and i'm an arborist since the onset of the drought, more than 129 million trees have died in california. pg&e prunes and removes over a million trees
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every year to ensure that hazardous trees can't impact power lines. and since the onset of the drought we've doubled our efforts. i grew up in the forests out in this area and honestly it's heartbreaking to see all these trees dying. what guides me is ensuring that the public is going to be safer and that these forests can be sustained and enjoyed by the community in the future. the time is 8:14. well back a heads up for drivers in oakland. all northbound lanes of 880 at 23rd avenue are disclosed after a crash overnight. the krp says a woman was speeding when she lost control and crashed into support beams. take a look this is the aftermath. all traffic sidekick diverted
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off the freeway. stay with us for updates throughout the newscasts. fireworks in the santa clara county sheriff race with the election next week. sheriff laurie smith's opponents raise question base how she sought endorsements. two opponents allege smith tried to handout political favors in exchange for support. i-team reporter dan noyes has the story only on abc 7 news. john hirokawa was the second in command to laurie smith now he provides a tough challenge to lawyer yes smith who held the office almost 20 years. >> this story began when martin among pai called me three weeks. he is a candidate knocked occupant in the june primary. he says after the loss sheriff laurie smith and her second in command undersheriff ring song met martin and his son a at this shop >> we were here. >> she gave enemy the new sheriff's patch. >> she brought from the county internal documents that have jobs for us to apply for and
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get. >> she also said you could do -- you could do this one here or you know whatever you apply to give me a call use my name and we'll get you there. >> after martin monica says laurie smith sent this text saying high martin i have info for your son. do you have time to meet again? also thank you for endorsing me. but monica is not endorsing laurie smith. >> it wasn't the right thing to do. i vote for people that i believe will do the correct job. >> former candidate for sheriff and retired lieutenant jose salcido tells me he saw something wrong with the meeting with rickening song as a restaurant across from city hafl. >> the sheriff would like to know if you would endorse her. >> he says song made an offer from the sheriff. >> what if we brought you back as a captain? i said well that's interesting. >> after that meeting salcido sent an email to the district attorney requesting a confidential meeting regarding unethical if not illegal actions
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by laurie smith during the election spoik. i've experienced offers from sheriff support in exchange for support and aware of other candidates experiencing the same. john chase from the public integrity unit answered not everything that is unethical or even illegal is a crime. and later declined to investigate. >> did he indicate that, yeah this is just the way things. >> he did say this is politics. you've been in involved in politics long enough to know that it goes on all the time. i said that doesn't make it right. >> john chase declined interview but sent a statement saying the promised promotions under the circumstances allegedly made could not be proved to be crimes. sheriff laurie smith declined an interview but messaged me on facebook that the desperate last minute mud slinging is a lie. we met with all the candidates as a matter of practice. you can smell the desperation from my opponents and supporters. >> john hirokawa tells me he hasn't raised the issue even though he heard the stories
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months ago. >> let's try to get the votes based on merits of who john hirokawa is versus trying to disparage the incumbent about her tactics. >> for the i-team, dan noyes, abc 7 news. and late last night undersheriff rick song messaged dan noyes saying jose salcido is a bold faced liar. i did not and would not offer him a position. now the accuweather forecast with lisa argen. good saturday morning to you. live zpler 7. you can see the fog offshore. but we have watches around the bay. and today we will be tracking the warming temperatures with the gusty upper elevation winds. here a live look outside sfo. nice and sunny on the peninsula. 57 downtown. 49 cool degrees at oakland. an in mount. view. san jose 45. morgan hill with 55. and afca and fowleden gate sunny. sunny at the beaches today and the on shore push is at the beaches. as you go up in height 1,000
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feet, 2,000 feet, the offshore flow which bring the warmer temperatures, in fact going up a couple hundred feet you notice how much warmer it is. with those windsablying. 73 in vacaville that stands out with the mid-and upper 40s in the north bay. 51 in concord. livermore at 50. we are looking at winds gusting along the diablo range, the delta. but elsewhere in the lower elevations we really have a lack of wind. that's also going to aid in the warmup today. as we go through the afternoon notice the colors continue here over the by the delta, the diablo range pick up in the north bay and right long along the coast throughout the afternoon. it's a warm afternoon, breezy around and the relative humidity will be going down significantly in the upper elevations. i want today show you tahoe 27 with a high of 67. mild there. fire danger eed this we could. sunny and warmer this afternoon. daylight saving time ends. and that brings us an extra hour
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of sleep tonight. the sunup this morning at 7:37 opinion tomorrow at 6:38. a lot of you folks probably looking forward to that me included. 82 in san jose. well above the average. 81 in sunnyvale. we are looking at numbers on the peninsula warmer redwood city. low 80s from palo alto and pacifica, 70 degrees for the first weekend of november. 76 downtown and in the north bay we're warmer today with 84 in calistoga. way warm for november. we in a little rain early in autumn. but we are dry as we continue into this afternoon with 80 in oakland. hading inland you notice the mid-and upper 80s again for concord. 86 in livermore. yesterday at the concord livermore airport you were in the mid-80s. it's been an expensive period of the warm and dry weather. it continues today. the accuweather seven-day forecast today the warmest week. 60s coastside. 80s around the bap.
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upper 80s inland. more on shore push tomorrow. stronger set your clocks back if you have one of those clocks you need to do that to. and monday temperatures are still wrm. but cooler about 8 degrees cooler inland. 80 there with mid-70s around the bay. election day, dry very little fog and temperatures a bit above ample. but guess we have to enjoy it while we have it. no rain yet. you download the app and you can keep track all of updates. >> thank you. >> just ahead are you still planning out the weekend? we have three events happening in the bay area including this called corgi
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you know her big hits by brif and long song no sara bareilles has a hit musical in san francisco. reggie aqui. he has that and two other weekend events from our partners at hoodline. >> northern california native sara bareilles to promote her musical waitress. at the golden gate theater. she is not in the show but she wrote the musical like? >> when she is bruised and gets used by men who can't love. >> you grew up in eureka. >> i did. >> right. >> yes. >> and what was that musical like? >> the eureka musical. >> yes. >> what a great question. you're the only person that ever asked the question. great question.
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it like, one part crunchy began oela, one part lagers and sherm imaginary forest animals. >> i love her sara ace musical about waitress who has an a affair with her ob/gyn and has to fix the miss. playing threw november 11th. also this weekend a big celebration for dia de los muertos. the fruit veil enabled hosting the et event. they expect about 80,000 people. this year the theme is a dream for all. sunday 10:00 to 5:00 on international boulevard. finally the world's most adorable dog breed has a celebration in mission bay. the everybody loves a corgi meetup starts at sf at 11:00. drama, honoring, the dead and dogs. sounds like a full weekend. have fun. still to come on abc mornings some go back to work
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today. but others remain on the picket on hotel workers and families. plus you can see the traffic mess on interstate 880 in oakland, now stretching past oracle arena. northbound lanes currently closed. the latest on the overnight crash
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where the northbound lanes of interstate 880 near 23rd avenue are closed right now. you can see why in this video. take a look. the chp says around 3:40 this morning a 28-year-old woman from hayward was speeding, lost control and crashed into support bems. she has been arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence. the beams were holding steel girders of the new 23rd avenue overpass being constructed. the girders fell cross all four northbound lanes of interstate 880. >> when the motorist hit the support beams it pretty much just was an explosion of wood and metal all over the freeways here. we are going from four lanes to a one-lane off ramp and back on the freeway. this is having extremely increasing commute times. it's pretty much bring going to a stand still here. >> it's unclear how long these lane closures will last. let's take a live look right now at a traffic map from gogel maps.
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you can see the red lynn showing the backup in the northbound lanes. right now the traffic stretches past oracle arena. spo you'll want to avoid the interstate 880. . you want to get to the east bay 580 is an option or the smat of brim to get to the peninsula and back up to the city. we sent out the push alert less than an hour ago and the krp announced driver was under arrest. you can get alerts like this to the phone. download the abc news app. let's check the accuweather forecast with meteorologist lisa argen. tracking fire dangerous this weekend. >> that's right the national weather service issued a red flag warning for the north bay moundens and east bay hills. the after midnight the winds increased. the 25 to 30 miles an hour winds are common in the upper elevations. and temperatures will warm quickly above average. we watch the winds gusting in excess of 50 miles an hour possibly. that brings the humidity down
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throughout the afternoon anywhere from 8 to because the warm temperatures and offshore spread could spread fires that begin. right now around mount tam the winds gusting to over 20 miles an hour process. looking at is a to 18 miles an hour gusts along the east bay foothills. a live look outside where it's nice and sunny in san francisco. good air quality to moderate air quality today. temperatures and a wind shift coming up for the second half of the week. the midterm elections three days away. the president had two rallies today two more today and plans to keep up the pace. president trump has big name competition out on the stump with former president obama hitting the trail hard as well as former vp joe biden. terrie ploren has the details. >> reporter: with 72 hours ahea both out on the campaign trail, stumping for their parties. and both are stressing the
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gravity of tuesday's vote. >> this election will decide whether we on the extraordinary prosperity we unleashed or whether we let the radical democrats take control of congress. >> but the stakes really are that high. the consequences of any of us staying home are profound. >> news of the booming economy came as a shot of atren lynn for president trump and the republicans. >> and by the way, the how were those jobs numbers today? >> friday's jobs report shows 250,000 jobs were added in october. and wages are flou rising at the fastest clip in nearly a decade. once reluctant to speak out against his successor former president obama is responding to record numbers tryg to claim credit for them in georgia. >> po look how great the economy
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is. where do you think that started? >> trump and obama are sparring on immigration too. as trump continues to leverage the central american caravan as a way to stoke fear prior to the election. >> they want the caravans full of illegal aliens to flood into the country, overwhelming the schools, depleting resources and endangering your communities. >> they're telling you that -- that the existential threat to america is a bunch of poor refugees a thousand miles away. >> terry moran, abc news. election day is tuesday. and a record number of californians are registered to vote. that's the first step. you still have to cast the ballot. leslie brinkley shows the effort to encourage everyone to get votes in. >> dear young people. >> don't vote. >> don't vote. >> everything is fine the way it is. >> nationally there are viral
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videos like this tauning young voters to vote, because seniors certainly do. meanwhile locally, silver haired soldiers armed with cell phones and ipads tap their way into potential voters heads, actually texting get out the vote messages. >> you're technology savvy. >> we are technology savvy. 66 here in ross more were part of the texting group. are part of the texting group that started in march. and we have texted over 3.6 million people. >> locally republicans are also on the move. >> we have also deployed about 20,000 door hangers that have -- who are recommended our candidates are endorsed candidates are. and we have deployed hundreds of thousands of digital ads. >> i worked on jfk's campaign. >> theeare happy to have a nick >> we are the gray army. anhonestly, i think we were the gray activist army who are doing this work on behalf of not just ourselves, to save medicare
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and social security, but for our children, and our grandchildren. >> that gray army is also deploying those with the best penmanship. that's right, cursive counts. they sent occupant 16,000 handwritten post cards. >> i find a lot of people that get the big campaign envelopes just toss them in the waste paper basket but nobody is not going to read a handwritten post card. >> a secret tactic. >> of the old people. >> in ross more, walnut creek, leslie brinkley, abc 7 news. abc 7 news is your home for complete election coverage. you can find a guide to all of the measures and propositions on your ballot at abc 7 news.com/election. new this morning, fire officials in alameda county investigate the cause of a fire at castro valley high school. flames broke out on the roof between the school's administration building and 200 haul. the fire was out before 7:30 last night no one hurt. new details about a deadly crash that knocked out power to thousands of customers in santa
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clara. police say the driver, pennsylvania 45-year-old man of san jose was speeding when he lost control and hit a power pole happening thursday morning on the expressy. the the the crash cut power to 2,700 customers. the driver die died but no one else was hurt. more than 200 marriott workers in oakland go back to work today. the workers ratified an agreement to end the strike yesterday. they've been calling for better pay more than a month now. the agreement does not impact marriott locations in san jose orp san francisco. those workers do remain on strike. new developments, marin county will reportedly allow its agreement to manage the golf course to at end of the year. according to the marin independent journal that means the land can be sold now the acquisition plan has been stopped. last week a judge ruled in favor of residents that ended the county's effort to buy the property. the group sais upset because th
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want the course remaining open. >> 7 on your side michael finney explains how to avoid annual fees on a credit card. it's simple. a live look outside from the sutro tower camera. clear conditions mostly but fire dangerous throughout the beau. lisa argen tracks the forecast lisa argen tracks the forecast for here are the facts.leading attacks against prop c. the city's chief economist says prop c will "reduce homelessness" by creating affordable housing, expanding mental-health services, and providing clean restrooms and safe shelters with independent oversight, open books, and strict accountability measures to make sure every penny goes to solving our homeless crisis. vote yes on c. endorsed by the democratic party, nancy pelosi, and dianne feinstein.
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this is a live look at our traffic maps showing the 880 northbound lane closures. overnight california highway patrol says a speeding driver lost control and slammed into steel beams in the construction area. the driver was arrested for suspected dui happening near the 23rd avenue exit. northbound lanes of 880 are closed right now we got word from chp that there is no word on when the lanes reopen. as as you can see the traffic backup extending past oracle arena. as far as the hagen berger exit near the oakland international airport. stay with abc 7 news for updates on this developing story. happening today an annual tradition celebrating dia de los muertos or day of the dead. skylinwi memorll a pntatn the e micnd dancing and sugar skull decorating. day of the dead ceremonies pay
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tribute to those passed away. it's meant to support the spiritual journey in the after life. the eye event torts at 10:00. lisa argen has been tracking the forecast for us. and a nice day on tap but not so good in terms of fire. certainly dry out there and dryer throughout the afternoon as the offshore winds blow and the. temperatures rise from the east bay hills camera 51 degrees in concord. we are looking at numbers again in the mid-80s here. well above average. even mild at the coast. lots of sun today. we will see a wind shift, a unclear sunday on the way. i have a look at the accuweather seven-day forecast come up. >> thanks. also ahead, klay thompson did not go for 50 last night but he did heat up when it mattered most. sp
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another check op this breaking news we have been following all morning long in oakland. if you you are just joining us this is video from 880 near 23rd avenue. all northbound lanes in that area are closed right now after a crash overnight. the chp says around 3:40 a 28-year-old woman from hayward was speeding lost control and crashed into support beams. she has been arrested for suspicion of drivin under the influence. those beams were holding steel girders of the new 23rd avenue overpass that's being constructed. the girders fell cross all four northbound lanes of interstate 880. the suspect suffered non-life threatening injuries. still no word on how long the closure will last.
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avoid the area if you can. in sports, all three bay area college football teams on the road. san jose state will try for the sparnt's second strait victory facing wiem. tonight stanford may become bowl eligible against washington. kick-off at 6:00 p.m. cal can become bowl eligible with a win over eighth ranked washington state at 7:45 in pullman. you can watch that on espn. the warriors are off until monday after kicking off the november at oracle arena against minnesota. here is a abc 7 sports director larry beil with the highlights on this morning's sports. >> good morning, the warriors tried to extend the winning streak to 7 games. hosting minnesota. t-wolves a bunch of bickering stars. jimmy butler played after missing a game with general body soreness. let's talk about my soreness. let's talk about with authority. that's a way to start. nd green who had 11 b from assists warriors hit 12 of the first 5.
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the kevin durant i slam therefore i am philosophy decart. and jimmy butler i'm so sore. he had 21. t-wolves you've heard the term shooter bounce. steph curry has it. 28 for curry. andrew wigans with 13 in the third as the t-wolves take control of this game. they led by 4 after three. klay thompson says, no. opens the fourth with eight straight. knocking downakhe lead. not looking back. 22 for klay. the 116-99. warriors won seven straight. trouble in lake areland. espn reporting magic johnson admonished johnson needing to win sooner than later. so much for the patient approach discussed in training camp. >> do you feel management gives you the latitude to be patient? >> i feel like i have a great relationship with management,
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yes. >> do you feel like you have job security. >> i feel like i'm coming down here to do my job and i don't feel like i'm going anywhere, no. >> that- dsh that wasn't awkward at all, right. >> i love magic we are friends. is he here? you know who has a lot of friends? nine erps quarterback nick mullens threw three touchdown passes in a wipeout of the raiders. and got verified on twitter. what a thursday night he had. carving up the raiders who offered almost no resistance. john grouden. chucky identified the problem. >> i think we gave up six plays for 240 yards. six plays yielded 240 yards. that continues to be a big part of our problem. we have to fix it. and i know people are saying when are you going to fix it? well we're trying. >> mark davis is wondering, when are you going to fix it for $100 million? that's a wrap on morning sports.
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i'm larry beil. >> announcer: now the accuweather forecast with lisa argen. good saturday morning to you. a cool start here in santa cruz in the upper 40s, warming today to the lower 80s. and if you are planning a sunday beach day, it's going to be ten degrees cooler. so some changes for saturday and your sunday. but nonetheless, every one is warmer than average throughout the work -- i should say throughout the weekend because even cooling off tomorrow we are still above average. still looking at warmer today. and higher than normal fire danger in the hills. because of the gusty winds, north and east bay hills. we do get an extra hour of sleep tonight. golden gate bridge, nice and clear out there. the winds at the lower elevations are flat. there isn't much wind at all but that's allowing the temperatures to warm quickly. here a look at live doppler 7. patchy fog earlier and we are not tracking any of that tonight. we are looking at the winds. as we go through the next hours, the wind profile shows the
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direction, the arrows, and the color contours shows strength. blowing all modern by the delta. in the 70s around the vacaville airport. and temperatures cooler where there isn't much wind but that changes throughout the day. 25 miles an hour wind gusts in mount tam. 35 in the doebl o range. as we go through the afternoon, he the highest winds come in probably around sunset. looking at the gusty winds here around point reyes. we watch it for you today and if you plan a day at mount tam that's a warm one out it. . in fact, the numbers come up quickly this morning. 57 in san francisco. it's 54 in san jose. a little hazy as well out there. morgan hill 46. pacifica 55. and this is what i meant when i said we have little wind at the surface here. 50 in santa rosa. vacaville, 73 regs. it's 45 in napa. the cooler air draining to the lower echlgss of the valley. 50 in livermore. the relative humidity, measure of moisture in the air already
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dry at 30% lake baresa. through the noon hour we are at 12% up in cloverdale. so those winds, aiding and in drying out the atmosphere. the temperature goes up. and through the afternoon it's critically low with the fire danger high. the humidity will increase through the overnight. but not as much as we would like for this time of year. we look for return to an on shore push tomorrow cooling us off but in napa today, 83. the average high 71. 79 tomorrow and then back to a slight offshore push on monday. so the dry conditions continue. above average for the next several days. and today around the bay, wow, a warm one, 76 in san francisco. 80 in oakland. mid-and upper 80s inland on the peninsula it's beautiful. but temperatures will be on the warm side. flirting with 80 degrees. 81 in redwood city. 55 in oakland. brezy in the hills and the
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seven-day forecast shows the today the warmest day. a littledown tomorrow. change monday and you can track the temperature should be kohler this time of year slightly cool ner the middle of the next week. >> always good information thank you. credit account card fees some avoidable so the not. all costry. why don't you stop paying them. 7 on your side michael finney shows you how. >> your credit card issuer and your behavior may pile on fees. but there is something you can do about it. ask for bank to stop it. dennis bartel still uses a couple much credit cards he got while in college. >> do you pay an annual fee for those cards? >> yes, i do. >> do you know that if you call and say i want you to waive those fees, more often than not they will. >> you're kidding. >> new study shows that. >> these are 25-year-old relationships. certainly, you know granting that wish kwob wonderful. >> it can happen.
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credit cards.com did the study. ted rossman is a credit analyst there. >> it's important to mention just because a card has potential fees doesn't mean you have to pay them. >> ted says the list of fees is more of a guideline than a hard and fast rule. and that's important. even to those who are very careful with their money. >> have you guysr paid a late fee? >> on rare occasion and we hate ourselves for it, yeah very rare. >> rarity like that gives you leverage. just call and ask your credit card company to waive the fee. >> if you are occasionally slipping up and incur a late fee about 85% of the time you get that late fee waived just by calling up and saying hey i made a mistake could you cut me a break? >> okay i'm doing it. >> my okay thank you you call up go i've been a great customer been with you a long time i don't think vishd to pa >> thank you, thank you.
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>> thank you you are a consumer protector. >> yeah. >> ask to waive each and every fee. it won't always work. but not asking for sure doesn't. i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. >> coming up we have another check on the breaking news in oakland. part of interstate 880 closed after an overnight crash. heading to break here are thing up ins from the the megamillions drawing. the 3, 23, 28, 46, 62, meganumber 16. nobody picked all six. so the jackpot goes up to $70 million. stay close. yo
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our local public schools. join me in voting for tony thurmond. let's put our kids first. back to that breaking news wove been following all morning. all northbound lanes of interstate 880 near 23rd avenue closed right now after an early morning crash. the chp says a 28-year-old woman from hayward was speeding, lost control and crashed into the support beams there. she has been arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence. those boems were holding up steel girders of a new overpass that's being constructed. the girders ended up falling across all four northbound lanes of the interstate. the suspect was injured but is expected to be okay. it's unclear how long the closure will last. download our abc 7 news app for the latest and be sure to enable shle forpd armer out there. dryer, breezy in the upper
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elevations with the red flag warning. north bay mountains east bay hills. 82 in sand rafael. mid-and upper 80s inland. the seven-day forecast we get the extra hour of sleep tonight. today the warmest day. backup 10 degrees cooler tomorrow. we hold that machined. slightly cooler the rest of the week. warm today. >> looking forward to the extra hour. and thank you for joining us on abc 7 mornings. a full day of espn college football coming up. next at 9:00, louisville faces number two clemson at memorial stadium. at 12:30, florida state takes on 21st ranked nc state in raleigh. abc 7 news at 4:00 p.m. at 5:00 number 7 oklahoma battles texas tech followed by cache creek. stay connected online, on twitter abfacebook and instagram. thanks for staying with us. make it a great day, everybody.
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