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when deputies arrived, they searched the season and searched the area with the assistance of chp helicopter. they were unable to locate the suspect. the suspect fled the scene. the immediate area is secure. the area, no one is in danger currently in the immediate area. >> reporter: he later explained what they mean by that, they are convincing the murderer is out of here, escaped the area. they consider it safe for all who live in this area.
we are at victim seay parkway and smith ranch road. at this point they don't have ages or names for us. they haven't identified the victims or ages. still working on that information. reporting live in san rafael, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. amy, thank you for the update. we have sent out push alerts on our abc 7 news app. that includes this one, moments after police give us new information. download the app and customize push alerts to get breaking news where you live. 6:02. let's check weather and traffic. >> hi, everybody. welcome to monday. we have a few clouds along thee. wakingpstars. quickly turning to sunshine now that we change to standard time. here's a look at the 12-hour planner for today. 47 to 52. by noon, reaching some of our warm heest temperatures.
68 to 74 bay and the earlier su set means grab a coat. 54 to 60. turn it over to alexis and see how the commute is. good morning, mike. overall, we are doing okay. earlier crashes have cleared. the bay bridge toll plaza is busy as usual. looking typical. metering lights at 5:19 this morning. unless you are using carpool lanes you will have a bit of a wait. 47 bart trains in service, no delays. ace 1 and 3 on time. no delays for the ferry either. a new crash on the east bay, 680. we will talk more about that coming up next. thanks, alexis. your voice, your vote. early voting continues today. >> here in the bay area and across the country, early voters have turned out in force for the midterm elections. matt keller is live at the santa clara county ridge is star. matt? >> reporter: good morning, jessica and reggie.
you don't have to wait until tomorrow to cast your ballot. the register is open today for early voting from 8:00 this many people showed up over the weekend. >> i really wanted to make sure my vote was of counted because it's important for me, my wife, and my child. >> reporter: a record number are registered to vote here in santa clara county. more than 886,000 registrations. midterms traditionally have low tu turnouts. >> based on the data we have seen so far, we do see a bump in voter registration among younger voters. we do think we will see higher turnout among younger voters. >> reporter: you can sign up for conditional registration, have a ballot printed. all of that can happen at any of
the early voting centers. thanks, matt. you don't have to wait until tomorrow. early voting continues today. we just said all of this. i don't know why this is there. sorry! >> we're going to move on. the battle for prop 8 has set an all-time record for spending. >> it caps revenue that the dialysis centers receive at 15%. prop 8 would require companies pay refunds to patients and insurancers for money not spent on what they deem as improving patient care. we spoke to a technician who is fighting for yes on prop 8. it was put forth by a labor union. it would get them to reinvest inpatient care. >> it's unacceptable. they have the money to hire more staff, and they refuse to because they are only worried about making money. >> a doctor worked in kidney die
alice for 30 years. he said patient death is high not because of poor sanitary conditions but the overall poor health of most dialysis patients. he said there is also a staff shortage because california can't graduate the number of technicians needed to do the work. he says if prop 8 passes, it could force clinics to close. he said that would force patients to flood emergency rooms across the state. >> they say i will come to the emergency room. guess what happens? it drives up the cost of care. >> they have spent a combined $111 million. for more information on prop 8 and the other propositions on the abc 7 news app. we sent this out yesterday and we will send out alerts on election night, tomorrow. all the information is also available on our website. make sure you're watching abc 7 for live election coverage tomorrow. abc news network will have
coverage of the biggest races around the country. that stars at 5:00 p.m. we will have live local election coverage throughout the night, including on abc 7 news at 9:00, on kofy tv 20, and 11:00 on abc 7. lowe's plans to close dozens of underperforming stores, including two in the bay area. they are on new haul drive in san jose, and dubuc. they are closing 31 stores internationally. the new voice of the oakland raiders is already the center of controversy. more motorcycle police headed for san francisco streets. how it could help with congestion on your commute. >> you're never more than 7 since away from my accuweather forecast.rily resilient high pressure above us. 20 inches of rain in seattle with the storm track in the central and eastern parts of the country all
milpitas, 54. let's take a look at what's going on in the north bay. 53 this morning. 74 at noon. mid to upper 70s this afternoon. 63 at 8:00. about 56 at, say, 8:00 as we get deeper into the evening hours. east bay, 56. about 67 at 10:00. 70 at noon. and down to 68 at 4:00. really comfortable afternoon. into the evening hours, the earlier sunset cooler. might need a coat. take a look at the accuweather seven-day forecast coming up next. here's alexis. i want to take you to walnut creek area. we had a crash involving a motorcycle briefly blocking the left lane at north main industry. flashing lights came through there. they were quickly able to get it off to the right shoulder. not sure about how serious this collision was. no word on injuries. i will pass that along as we get more information.
westbound 80, al bone to the maze at five minutes. 880, free mont to san jose, 15. northbound 280, 101 to cupertino, wide open in the green at 11 minutes. sa lexis, thank you. on a related note, you may notice more traffic police in san francisco. there are 16 trainees. that class is required for officers hoping to join the traffic company. their goal is to reduce injuries and deaths from traffic accidents and to ticket drivers who cause congestion. amazon getting closer to revealing where it could build a second headquarters. a city just shot to the top of the list. with uncontrolled moderate-to-severe eczema, or atopic dermatitis, you never know how your skin will look. and it can feel like no matter what you do, you're itching all the time. but even though you see and feel your eczema
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help heal your skin from within. 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. i'm marshall tuck, i'm in phoi led,-school parent, gfunding into anour classrooms, do better. 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. it is 6:15. the new oakland raiders broadcaster is already in hot water after a controversial tweet. brent musberger showed this picture of president trump in a rally in montana. the caption reads elizabeth warren's relatives backing trump in montana.
that refers to the president's controversial comments over senator warren's claims of being part native american. musberger joined the raiders as the play-by-play announcer this year. so far no comment from the team for the nfl. gin newsom heading to san francisco this morning. >> it looks like someone is following him on interstate 5. both newsom and john cox spent the weekend campaigning in l.a. look at who is behind the bus as it makes its way north this morning. a box truck that says caution, fraud ahead. the group californians for accountability is behind the stunt. cox will be in berkeley. nearly after a trader joe's burned in the north bay wildfires, the store is now repaired and ready to reopen. according to the north bay business journal, trader joe's cleveland avenue will open november 16th, just in time for thanksgiving. there will be food tastings and giveaways. doors will open at 8:00 a.m. after a lei cutting ceremony.
this is incredible. the world's first under water hotel is now open. don't you want to go there? >> this is my favorite thing of the morning. it is not cheap, i'm going to worn you. >> these are pictures of the conrad maldives island hotel. it is 15 feet below the indian ocean. it has a private gym, bar, infinity pool. the top floor is above water. you will find a relaxation deck where you can soak up some sun as well. you have to book a four-night package. it will set you back $200,000. >> it's just incredible, isn't it? >> my favorite hotel i've ever seen. >> once in a lifetime. i would love to see that. >> if you can afford it once in a lifetime. that is something else. >> very pricey. it's beautiful, though. >> spongebob may show up. probably not.
let's take a look at what's going on outside. hi, everybody. a lot of sunshine for us today. look how calm it is. from our exploratorium camera at pier 15. a gorgeous morning on the bay. it will be mild with sunglasses needed. peninsula coast, the clouds will stay stubborn. average to above average highs all week. they had a chance of rain last week for the 11th and 12th. they have taken it away. they have taken away the fog. you can look at the clock on the upper right-hand side. no fog. let's roll all the way to lunch. yeah. nothing. and then let's head all the way into the 4:00 hour. pretty much clear conditions. a few clouds lingering this entire time. the rest of us definitely need sun glasses. check out the temperatures. 63 at half moon bay. 67 in san francisco. 6 in had san mateo. low 70s around the bay. and mid to upper 70s inland.
tonight will be a touch cooler. a little dew out there like we are dealing with this morning. low to mid-40s in the north bay valleys. san rafael, 48. mid to upper 40s everywhere else. oakland and san francisco, 52 degrees. my accuweather seven-day forecast. carbon copy of today. no weather worries out voting. sea breeze will start to move into more neighborhoods than just the coast for wednesday through sunday. temperatures still a little bit above average. here's alexis. good morning, mike. walnut creek, things are moving but moving quite slowly. an early crash. not sure about injuries still. they are sending an ambulance. we are heavy in this area as it is, even without a collision at north main. moving over to traffic maps, you can see some red. it has spilled over into pleasant hill, 242, concord area. it's not terrible. i think it will start to hip out
a bit. you are fine making it to highway 24. problems still lingering on the shoulder. westbound 205, or 7 miles per hour. altamont pass, 15 miles per hour. and 16 westbound 580, approaching manipulate house parkway. crash on the left shoulder. mass transit may be the way to go in the central valley. thanks, alexis. good morning america coming up a at 7:00. we have a look ahead this morning. >> good to talk to you both. let me tell you what we have cooking here on gma. less than 24 hours to midterm elections. we're live on capitol hill and all across the country with a file the to the finish. president trump is out on the campaign trail. democrats are battling right back with their heaviest hitters. our political team is out there covering it all. also ahead, abc news exclusive. the hero who helped save lives during the deadly yoga class shooting is speaking out. what he used to help stop the
shooter. >> plus, here we go. it's that time. holiday shipping wars are heating up. a big announcement from amazon could save you serious crash. and you don't actually have to be a prime member to save. we will tell you those details. >> we're calling this one our digital detox challenge. ten teenage girls agreeing to give up all social media for two weeks. could they do it? what did they learn? parents, you're going to want to watch this. do you guys think you could give up your instagram, twitter, social media for two weeks? >> i do it every time i go on vacation. >> on vacation, i could. >> and it feels great, cecilia, i have to say. >> yeah. i have two devices. you can have them both. >> real quick, cecilia, are you going to be up for the next 24 hours as you get ready for election day tomorrow? >> oh, funny you should ask. i get to sleep tonight. tomorrow i will do a full 24 hours. so wednesday will be holt mess
wednesday. >> i love it. i know you will do it with peuz assist and intelligence and style. >> enjoy that nap today, cecilia. >> thanks, guys. >> she might be talking about the elections, but we have the big spice girl announcement coming later today. >> also, election day could change your vacation plans to lake tahoe. why there could be drastically fewer rentals available.
"look what she's accomplished... she authored the ban on assault weapons... pushed the desert protection act through congress, and steered billions of federal dollars to california projects such as subway construction and wildfire restoration." "she... played an important role in fighting off ...trump's efforts to kill the affordable care act." california news papers endorse dianne feinstein for us senate. california values senator dianne feinstein
headquarters. the company has been very secretive about the process so far. according to the washington post they may set up shop in northern virginia. it says amazon is in advanced talks to open second headquarters in crystal city, outside washington, d.c. the seatsed retail giant announced last year it was looking to open a second headquarters somewhere in the u.s., bringing with it 50,000 new jobs. happening today, get ready, the spice girls about to tell fans what they really, really want. and it's a reunion tour. >> one of us here has been to a spice girls reunion tour, and it's not me. >> yeah. this is the second reunion tour. >> yeah, it is the second. you were right, i was wrong. the '90s girl group is planning a uk tour. you have to know this. victoria beckham, aka posh spice, will not be on the tour.
but the other original members will. have no fear, scary spice will be there. they had a reunion in 2007-2008. >> they had a return of the spice girls. >> and the olympics in 2012. now you know everything you need to know about the spice girls >> say it again. >> jess can qaa was of right. the last minute effort to get out the vote and what's needed for the democrats to flip congress. still tracking breaking news in the north bay. a person opened fire at a detox center in 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,
final countdown. president trump's push to get out republican voters. plus, what's needed for democrats to take control of congress. plus, are you physically, emotionally and spiritually prepared for a foldable it doesn'tte b comimoay noth. its 6:31. >> that's a different upgrade to the flip phone we all used to have. >> it is cooler than the one i had in college. >> i don't know why we need it, but it's happening. >> my dad still has an older flip phone. maybe if i gave him this one. >> he might be comfortable with that. >> let's see if you will feel comfortable with the conditions today. i want to show you live doppler 7. bone dry. light variable winds because of the high pressure over top of us. let's take a look at the next 12 hours starting at 7:00. 47 to 52. notice it's a little bit warmer at noon. 74. 68 and 60, inland, bay, coffee. we will hold temperatures through 4:00.
we will drop off quickly with the eaier subpoena set. let's see what it is like on the roads. hi, alexis. good morning, mike. southbound 101 right at the 880 interchange. looking just fine here. south, mckee road, reports of a new crash. i will follow up in the next few minutes. flipping over to 880, a new crash on southbound 880, a street. two vehicles involved. it is off on the shoulder. as soon as i get more information as well, i'll have another update. next update at 6:40. more on the breaking news in the north bay. police searching for the gunman who shot three people at a drug and alcohol treatment center overnight. >> it handled at the helen vine recovery center on smith ranch road, not far from the san rafael airport. abc 7 news reporter amy hollyfield is live near the scene. amy. >> reporter: and jessica, now that it's light out, we can push in and show you the command center thief had he set up on
sylvia road. that's where they are doing their investigation. it looks like that's where the shooting happened. we know what happened inside the helen vine detox center. they have not made any arrests. sheriffs deputies got the call 1:30 this morning. they got here and found three people had been shot. a triple shooting. two men and one woman. when they arrived they determined that one man was dead. one of the victims had passed away. they did get the other man and woman transported to the hospital. they said they did search the area for a suspect as early as they could. they even brought in a chp helicopter to search from above. they have determine that this area is safe. they don't think anyone is in jeopardy at this point because they think the shooter got away. they don't know the motive or what role these victims or the
gunman possibly played at the detox center. i did ask if patients live here. the spokesman told me, yes. they are not being evacuated. they do have their staff here to help those people process what has happened here. we're still trying to -- waiting to hear what a possible motive was. also waiting for details approximate the victims, their ages, names. they are still working to identify them. so still some details yet to come. investigators say they think they are going to be out here all day. reporting live in san rafael, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> amy, thanks for the update. the helen vine recovery center is owned by a facility based in san rafael. they operate in lake, marin, mendocino, napa, and sonoma counties. it is funded by county mental health department and fees paid for by clients. your voice, your vote. campaigning right up to election day.
>> abc news reporter stephanie ramos is live for us in washington. >> reporter: reggie and jessica, we have seen president trump on the campaign trail nine rallies the last four days. former president barack obama. oprah, will farrell. all of them on the campaign trail, urging people to go out and vote. and they've done so. early voting continues to go through the roof in several states. the president is closing out the midterm campaign with a mad dash. our latest abc news/washington post poll shows democrats leading 52% to 44% among likely voters. but for them to win the senate, they need to gain two seats. that means win anything states won by president trump. states the president is focusing on as he sticks with his key theme, immigration. >> democrats are openly encouraging millions of illegal aliens to break our laws. >> reporter: but democrats, they're out with their own heavy hitter, president obama.
obama made campaign stops in and indiana and illinois, hitting republicans on health care. >> they have declared war on obama care, declared war on the affordable care act, and all the provisions in it. >> reporter: voter turnout in these midterm elections are breaking records across the country. more than 80% of voters surveyed in one of our recent abc news/washington post polls say definitely vote. steve a stephanie ramos, abc 7 news. all 434 house seats are up for grabs. democrats have to hold onto their current seats and also pick up two seats to gain control of the senate. we have a comprehensive guide to tomorrow's election on our app,
as well as abc7news.com. you can get in-depth information, including information on candidates and all the propositions where you live. count on abc 7 for live election coverage tomorrow. a abc news will have coverage of the biggest races around the country beginning at 5:00 p.m. we'll have live local coverage throughout the evening, including at 9:00 p.m. kofy 20 and 11:00 on abc 7. two children allegedly kidnapped by their mother had been missing for more than two days now. an amber alert has been issued for her 11-year-old daughter and 1-year-old son. the children were taken during a family visit with a social worker in san jose. the mother is believed to be driving a gray 2012 mini cooper with california plate 6uwl251. she may be headed to colorado springs.
let's start on the east bay. 47 in fremont. 49 in castro valley. 50 in san leandro and union city to 54 in alameda. low to mid 50s san francisco, both sides of the peninsula, to the south bay. pleasanton and livermore, mid to upper 40s, as is napa and santa rosa. novato, 50. golden gate bridge, breath of wind at 4 miles per hour. low clouds clinging to the coast are pretty much staying there. it will be breezy. the bay is going to be very bright. polarized sunglasses perfect for the shine coming off the water. exercise and light humidity today. peninsula, 57 this morning. lunchtime, gorgeous 69. 72 our warm spot at 00. east bay valleys, 54 this morning o. 20 degrees warmer at noon at 74. mid to upper 70s during the afternoon hours. back down into the 50s biff 8:00. 58. 54 in the south bay.
71 at noon. mid-70s this afternoon. back to 64 under the stars at 6:00. jacket needing 59 at 8:00. i'll show you that coming up in the 7-day forecast. how is the monday morning commute. hi, alexis >> good morning. we have several issues to talk about. good news in a couple of areas. back down to the south bay. northbound 101, mckee road. we would a crash involving a couple vehicles is. it has cleared. only partially blocking the off-ramp. it wasn't a major issue. you are just seeing a little bit of delay from the 280/680 merge. i will thin out now that that is fully clear. pretty early start this monday morning. metering lights at 5:19. unless you are using the carpool lanes, you will have a wait into the maze. 880 flyover, things are barely moving. westbound 80, highway 4 to the maze, in the yellow at 36 minutes. 16 minutes across the bay
bridge. southbound 101, san francisco to sfo, still in the green at 10 minutes. thanks, alexis. still ahead, what some passengers are calling a flight from hell. they ended up stranded for three days. >> and here's a live look at the big board at the new york stock exchange. we are up 8 points. another update on how the markets are doing next. the holiday shipping wars. amazon has just made things a lot better for non-prime members. and a beautiful look outside on your novembe
four years ago, we rejected marshall tuck and his billionaire backers for superintendent of public instruction. but they're back. the corporate billionaires and their handpicked candidate, former wall street banker marshall tuck. tuck's billionaires have spent over $25 million distorting tony thurmond's outstanding record on education. all because they know tuck shares their agenda: diverting funds from our public schools into their corporate charter schools. the same agenda as trump and betsy devos. protect our public schools. say no, again, to marshall tuck.
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64 to 71 bay inland. 70 to 77 at 3:00. make sure to grab the coates. 65 in monterey. 87 in palm springs. 70, yosemite. a live shot from tahoe. looks pretty barren. below freezing. that means they will make a lot of snow this week. thanks, mike. your voice, your vote. the last day for early voting. >> early voters have turned out in force. matt keller is live at the santa clara county registrar. matt? >> good morning, jessica and reggie. election workers are starting to show up inthe doors open to the
7:30. and then early voting starts at 8:00 this morning. it is expected to be a busy day here. a record number of people are expected to vote here in santa clara county. more than 886,000 registrations. the registrar in san jose and seven satellite offices from gilroy to palo alto were open over the weekend. >> well, we saw people were lined up when we opened the doors at 9:00. they wanted to come in and vote. i love that you have the opportunity to do that because everyone's schedule is different. to rush over before or after work. i try to avoid that. >> reporter: you can sign up, vote for tuesday's deadline. santa clara is expecting a 60% to 70%. a big increase from 2014. mattkeller, abc 7 news.
banning is short-term repblts outside a specific area by 2021. it will boost the hotel industry and attract full-time residents. the city would lose $4 million a year in tourist taxes, permits and other fees. new findings on childhood spankings may have some parents rethinking how they discipline their kids. the american academy of pediatrics called corporal punishment in the home in effective and harmful to children. that includes spanking, slapping, insulting, and shaming. >> because it can reflect both what's going on in the parent as well as situation alley what's going on with the child, we have to give tips to parents. if you find it is getting out of control, talk to a professional, social worker. take a time out not just for
your child but for yourself. >> the academy's new policy said rewarding positive behavior can be much more effective. in the north bay, a first for voters in sausalito. boats on richardson bay received warnings a that police can remove their vessels if they have been left in the water off sausalito for 72 hours. boaters have avoided paying for berth. the high cost of housing is forcing them to live on on their vessels. police tell the chronicle they are being forced to take action because of reports of theft and other problems. amazon is offering free shipping through the holiday season. >> last year people without prime memberships had to spend a
minimum of $25 for free shipping. it could be the company's way trying to pump up sales after low revenue projections for the remainder of the year. the first foldable phone costs 1300 bucks. samsung will unveil their foldable phone later in the week. we are n green, up 83 points right now. tomorrow, investors will get a new labor department report on job openings and turnover will be released. a british airways flight from orlando to london turned into a three-day flight from hell for some of its passengers. it started with mechanical problems on thursday. that delayed the flight out of orlando for an entire day. the plane took off on friday but then they had a technical issue, so they had to make an emergency landing at jfk in new york.
many of the passengers ended up sleeping on the airport floor. >> they are making each other pillows. >> that's when you know it is love. it finally made it to london yesterday, 77 hours after it was supposed to originally take off. >> it's love when you can make it through 77 hours of traveling. >> oh, my goodness. >> oh, yeah. >> if you can, you will stay together forever. >> you're good. that's the ultimate test. >> some are at chili's getting the onion rings. >> imagine if you had kids too. maybe good you have phones and ipads to keep them busy. if you're watching right now, streaming live, you're seeing this gorgeous sunrise from the exploratorium. hopefully this tkpweufgs you motivation to get up and get out there. you're not going to have to traveling in the dark like you
did this time last waoebeek. 72 milpitas. 77, gilroy. that's your spread in the south bay. redwood city southward, 70, 73. not bad. upper 60s gill bray. the breeze will clear the coast out of many clouds we are dealing with now. 62 to 64 along the peninsula coast. 67 in downtown, south san francisco. sausalito, 69. 75 to 78 in the north bay valleys. east bay shore, we have 69 richmond is and berkeley. so close to 70. everybody else 70 to 72. as you start to head east, orinda, 74. 77 to 80 in the valley. low to mid-40s in the inland valleys. mid to upper 40s around the bay. oakland and san francisco in the 50s. tomorrow, almost exactly like
today. get out and vote under the sunshine. we cool a little bit as we head through wednesday, thursday, friday, and saturday. those temperatures still a little bit above average. have a good one. here's alexis >> good morning, mike. we don't have any major issues on the roads right now. here's a live look at 680 in walnut creek. i doesn't look great, but we had a motorcycle crash on north main. it is fully cleared. it was blocking the shoulder for a while. heavy into concord. a lot our typical delay through the stretch as it is. westbound 205, 6 miles per hour. 15 miles per hour on 580. westbound 580 looking a bit better approaching mountain house parkway. a handful of crashes and construction issues have come and gone throughout the morning. 60 bart trains in service. no delays. a ace 3, 5, 7 on time. normal service, no delays, for vta. thank, alexis. pg&e will be out today drilling through sidewalks. they're installing well water
monitors. this is happening in the city's marina district and fisherman's wharf. this is connect to the cleanup of two gas plants destroyed in an earthquake more than 100 years ago. pg&e has been working to pinpoint where the toxins are still in the soil. there is concern that chemicals buried underground may be draining into the bay. work begins at 8:00 this morning. in the south bay, plans are in the works for the largest dorm style apartment building in the world. our media partner, mercury news, reports the start-up star city wants to build 800 units in downtown san jose. now, these rooms feature small private bedrooms, but you have to share a living room space and kitchen with a dozen other units. rents could start at 800 bucks and go all the way up to $2,500, which is well below the going rate for a one-bedroom apartment in san jose. get the shower caddy out.
it's time to live in the door. >> yeah. for $2,500. yikes. neighbors in berkeley are marking the loss of a site that has greeted them for a century. abc 7 news was on russell street as people wrote tributes to a pine tree that graced the streets since before they were born. the tree has died. it is 125 years old. sad to see it go. yeah. coming up, 7 things you
big corporations are making and just got a huge tax break. but the middle class is struggling. prop c is a common-sense plane anies rue gater than $50 million pay, but the middle class is struggling. not small businesses or homeowners. the prop c plan is supported by the democratic party, nancy pelosi & dianne feinstein vote "yes" on c. big corporations pay for it, not you.
6:55. if you're just joining us or heading out the door, the 7 things you need to know before you go. police searching for a gunman who shot people at the helen vine recovery center. >> number two, president trump making a last minute push for the campaign trail. >> number three, santa clara county reports record numbers ahead of tomorrow's midterm election with 886,000 people. the county says it is seeing an uptick in registrations for
first time voters and citizens. >> number four, a new amazon stores opens in berkeley. it is called four star. all items have been rated four stars or above online. it opens up at the old crate and barrel at 10:00. >> number five, watching clouds along the coast. breezes will pick up. you will get the sunshine the rest of us are seeing. temperatures will lag behind. >> number six, just hearing about a new crash in richmond involving a motorcycle. trying to sort out which lanes are blocked. it sounds like a couple of them are. west bound 80 before hilltop drive. expect delays. you're slow from highway 4. >> number seven, the spice girls are back. the '90s girl group will tour the uk next year. victoria beckham will not be with them. the official announcement specked sometime this morning. as i noted earlier, this is the second reunion tour. in 2007-2008 they toured part of the west coast.
"so that they can respond immediately when needed." vote yes on 11. good morning, america. final countdown. less than 24 hours until the midterms. president trump has a furious final push. >> if you want strong borders and safe communities, vote republican. >> democrats fire back with their heavy hitters, headlined by former president obama. >> they promised they were going to take on corruption in washington. instead, they have racked up enough indictments to field a football team. >> this morning, the stakes are high from congress to that fierce battle in georgia. democrat nominee stacey abrams facing racist robo-calls and allegations her party is trying to hack the election. she's here live on "gma." as millions prepare to head to the polls, the severe storm