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101 through san rafael. the drivers waiting at the bay bridge toll plaza. >> the go bikes went mostly un used. >> let's check in with sandhya patel. >> reporter: it's going to be winding down early tomorrow morning. your weekend is not going to be a washout. i want to show you live doppler 7 right now, it is pretty wet across many parts of the bay area. let's get you down to street level in the east bay. as you will notice around alvarado niles road. we go down to south bay, into santa clara, north first street, seeing the slippery roadways. across highway 101, petaluma hill boulevard seeing the steady rain. and the storm, the main energy
is still off the coast. it's going to be heading in our direction as we head toward late tonight. and that's when the rainfall intensity will pick up. it is a one, light to moderate rain tonight. 2/10 to three quarters of an inch. it is a little breezy right now in the hills and as you take a look at the forecast. that rainfall will continue to pick up in intensity, i'll be back with an hour by hour look taking you into the weekend coming up. >> check weather conditions where you live, with live doppler 7 on our website. click the blue live bar at the top of the app. a fire emergency which will let cal fire get to work clearing the brush. >> newsom made the proclamation today, the site of the 2015 valley fire that killed 4 people. the order temporary ignores environmental regulations in order to speed up tree clearing
efforts at 35 wild land areas. >> these projects could take two years to get done. or we can get them done in the next two months. >> bay area will have four of pthe projects totaling about 3,000 acres in the east bay peninsula and santa clara county. officials say they're ready to get to work immediately. >> millions of zadisaster victi have their data compromised by fema. a federal contractor was helping find temporary housing. survive iers of harvey irm ma and maria were also impacted. fema says it changed its practices last december, a permanent fix may not be finalized until 2020. it's been one month since
san francisco public defend irjeff adachi died. >> dan noise has obtained the toxicology reports. >> jeff's death caused by a toxic mix of cocaine and alcohol with his undiagnosed heart disease playing a role. exactly one month ago on a friday night, paramedics found him dead on the floor of this apartment. adache was transferred to the hospital where a doctor pronounced him dead. a woman listed as catalina said she spent the day with him. at some point they had some cannabis edibles and he ate well before complaining of severe stomach pain. they went back to the apartment, catalina called 911, and suzie kurtz. i said, what's wrong with said
pains and heartburn and he -- she said, but he's not doing well now, can you please hurry and come here. >> the autopsy concluded the cause of death is acute mixed drug toxicity with cocaine and ethanol. at some point most likely during the dinner, his already compromised heart could no longer sustain the amount of cardiac stress caused by the stimulant substances and became ischemic with death resulting a few hours later. >> his death has been ruled an accident. he leaves behind a wife and daughter. >> thank you very much. new at 6:00, san francisco police say the man who swiped a gun from the baggage claim carousel at sfo in february is under arrest. >> 48-year-old determirmott
o'sullivan. >> the bag contained 20 rounds of ammunitions as well as two firearms. remember these mannequins we first showed you the yard earlier this week. he installed the mannequins after the city hit him with a zoning violation because the fence was too high. this is what the yard looked like before the theft. the mannequins were able to be stolen because now his fence is too low. he's installed this guard in the yard but it doesn't seem to have helped. his fence was originally high to keep his dog safe. the city of santa rosa has not aithafternoon, it happened around 3:00 p.m. the station was closed for two hours a rider was stabbed on a
richmond bound train. the injuries are nonlife threatening, the victim was taken to the hospital, so far no one has been arrested. another bay area tech company filed to go public. abc 7 news reporter joins us live from outside the company headquarters in san francisco. >> it's raining money here. many workers came to work today doing their regular job and they're leaving as millionaires. let's take it back to how everything started. pinnerest started in december 2009, the ceo ran the company out of a tiny house along with a group of co founders. fast f almost 10 years later, pinterest posted a revenue of $700 million at the end of 2018. let's keep in mind this is not
the only company that's going public. just hours before pinterest ipo paperwork emerged, zoom filed as well. we spoke to a business professor about why these companies are deciding to go public now. >> the market and the u.s. economy for the first semester is on safe ground. what's going to happen in the second semester, we don't know. they rush to capture the market while the market is high. there is a company trying to get ipo's during the first month of the year. they impact because most of them cannot sell during the so-called period, which is typically six months. >> reporter: pinterest has
doubled its monthly active users since 2016, hitting 265 million users last year. they summarize the company as a cadillac of ideas that inspires users to go out and do things. other start-ups that are expected to ipo in the upcoming months are obviously, air bnb, uber, lyft. what a friday here in san francisco. >> especially if they had some shares. >> the economy has been humming along for years. a kind of big deal red flag that has the money people on wall street talking and worried a little bit. it's called the yield curve. what is that? it's a way to measure risk. usually you pay more to borrow money for 10 years than you do to borrow money for two years. today the yield curve inverted. it's cheaper to borrow money for a shorter period of time. investors are worried about the long term bigger picture.
historically it means a recession will hit in about the next 18 months. you're hired. that's the news one bay area woman got. she's sharing the story of how she landed a job while six months pregnant. it shouldn't be a typical. it's not just women who say they're learning something from this experience. new details on a local family indicted in the college admissions cheating scandal. and puppies in the house. it's puppy day here on abc 7, these cutis are actually ambassadors of adoptable dogs across t even if no one in your home smokes, secondhand smoke can be closer than you think. secondhand smoke from a neighbor's apartment can enter your home through air vents, through light fixtures and ev the walls oors. secondhand smoke is toxic.en
a bay area woman is inspiring thousands of other women. getting hired for a new job while six and a half months pregnant. >> when jen watts welsh began looking for a new job in advertising. it was pretty obvious she was expecting. >> i was very much showing, and i was not trying to hide it. >> she didn't think it was possible to make a move until after her baby girl was born. >> i had that voice in my head saying it wasn't the right time, wasn't going to be possible. >> the more she thought about it, the more determined she became. >> yeah, i'm carrying this child, but my husband and i are both having this baby, and he would never have to think twice about this. >> after a promising networking meeting at heat, a san francisco based ad agency, she decided to really test the waters. >> i felt like this could be a really great fit, and if he felt similarly, i was ready to move
forward if he was. >> i had been trying to get jen to come work with me since about 2007. so i was pretty happy she reached out. >> at 6 1/2 months pregnant, not only did she get the job, she told her new employer she would be better at it if she waited five months after her daughter was born to begin. >> i knew for my first that i could not have gone back to work at three months. >> nobody ever regrets spending more time with her kids. >> she shocked so many people with her story and conversations, she decided to write an article about it. the positive response has been overwhelming. >> something i was fortunate enough to experience and have a great experience with has potentially sparked a conversation among women that clearly needs to be had. >> she's incredibly talented and we feel incredibly lucky to have her. >> a working mom who is likely
to inspire daughters everywhere, including her own. new details about one of the bay area family's indicted in the massive college emissions cheating scandal. bruce and davina isaacsohn are charged in the scheme. they paid the consultant the more than $600,000 to get their daughters into college as recruited athletes. the older daughter entered ucla as a soccer recruit using fake credentials. the younger daughter named in the indictment is 19-year-old audrey isaacsohn. the indictment says audrey gained admission to usc as a purported rowing recruit. even though she was not competitive in rowing, but was an avid equestrian. audrey does not appear on this year's rowing roster. she is a member of the equestrian club.
audrey's own posts and various websites show she's an accomplished rider whose competed in events such as the menlo charity horse show. they've both made the honor role at their universities. we're on storm watch tonight because of a level one storm over the bay area, spring started officially on wednesday. >> wet winter has contributed to some major erosion along our coasts. one particular area popular breach in half moon bay has seen two times the normal rate of erosion. >> lyanne melendez went there to find out why. >> people in half moon bay have long made the coastline a favorite place to unwind. this slice of heaven is in jeopardy as the erosion threatens the local coastline. >> there's been times we couldn't get down this way because it's eroded. i'm worried it will be gone completely before we know it. >> the erosion is happening at a much faster rate than anticipated. >> there's the impact from the
ocean behind us. there's storm water runoff from the surface. >> the winds this year and the previous two years have accelerated the erosion. the city is now installing safety fencing along the bluff at five locations. >> the city is concerned with the safety of the general public. >> another reason for putting up the fencing is to slow down any further erosion. >> you know, some warning signs could be helpful if it's affordable to say, please avoid contact with the cliffs. it is really your own risk if you go out there. >> the city has some signs up and will soon add more. kaylia griffin lives on the opposite coast of the country. >> i'm living in cape cod right now. it's something the cities are trying to develop a permanent fix. >> boulders are not economically
fundable. >> the funding to armor all of would be beyond anything any jurisdiction could come up with. >> regardless, mother nature will always have the upper hand. >> we want to protect not only the bay, but the families who live here. >> it's a beautiful place. >> a great view, even though for the time being we may have to admire its beauty through fences. another question is, what to do with this trail so close to the bluff. should they move it in the future? yet another consideration for the city of half moon bay? lyanne melendez, abc 7 news. >> abc 7 news meteorologist sandy ya patel is here with the forecast. >> we're not out of the rain woods yet are we? >> no, nicely phrased. we have more rain chances next week as well. mt. tamm cam showing you a breezy view, and yes it is wet out there, we're seeing the rain drops, here's another vantage point looking from the shark
tank. some wet roadways, live doppler seven getting you down to street level. santa rosa west third street. you will notice some light rain across highway 101 into petaluma. starting to pick up a bit. right around redwood boulevard. we're going to pan around to other parts of the bay area. antioch, oakley, clubhouse drive, some slippery roads, and heading into the south bay from willow glenn. into gilroy, yes, it is slippery, now, this is just the light stuff to moderate rain. there is heavier rain off the coastline, that will come in later tonight in san jose by 8:12 p.m. sfo, if you're expecting someone, arrival delays of almost three hours due to the weather. so just be prepared to wait. 40s, 50s on the temperatures right now.
from our emeriville camera. we're looking at 80. the roadways are slow as you notice. slow commute tonight with those scattered showers, rain exits early tomorrow morning and the next storm arrives sunday night. this is a light level one, tonight light to moderate rain, about 2/10 to 3/4 of an inch. it will be gusty over the higher terrain. 7:00 p.m. tonight you will notice light to moderate rain passing across the bay area. brief downpour 9:30 tonight across the east bay. you will notice around santa cruz mountains, yellows, oranges, and then we go into about 5:00 a.m., most of those showers are in the east bay and south bay, pushing out of here by the time we head into 8:00 a.m. your weekend plans are going to be dry after 8:00 a.m., all the way through late sunday and sunday night will bring in more rain. additional rainfall totals, anywhere from a tenth to 6/10 of
an inch tomorrow morning. winter weather advisory in the sierra, carry your chains if you're heading up to the mountains, a foot is expected for those peaks. first thing tomorrow morning, numbers will be in the 40s, rain finally shifting on out. for the 5:00 a.m. hour to 7:00 a.m. hour, include the umbrellas. tomorrow afternoon, the sun's breaking through, you'll need those shades, cloud/sun mix. 50s, 60s for your highs. a few early morning showers tomorrow, not going to impact everyone. sunday night late is when we start to see the wind pick up. if you're going to the game, the a's game on sunday. right now it's looking fine. a levelne t are workweek on monday. another storm quickly coming in tuesday, also a level one tuesday afternoon going into wednesday. windy and showery, thursday we have lingering showers, we are going to close out march with
wet weather. and you get a chance to dry out on friday. can't please them all, i can tell you this much, i timed this one perfectly. all the rains out of here. >> coming to a close, it is the end of reveal week for san francisco's newest entertainment destinatio. >> which announcement is saved for last. and we have a quick schedule change with abc 7 programming you should know about. today's episode of general hospital can be seen in its entirety at 1:35 a.m. and abc 7 news has a special on north and south korea, with a look at how the recent olympics helped ease the tensions on the korean peninsula. breaking the sarah's last tuition payment, sent off. feeling good? oh yeah. now i'm ready to focus on my project. ♪ ♪ this is why we plan.
from panda express. we know now when the warriors will play their first ever game at their new home. they will play the lakers at a preseason game on saturday october 5th. it will be the start of great things. >> we're all excited to move over into the new building. state of the art, probably the best stadium arena in the united states. >> the game will be the first professional basketball game in san francisco since the warriors
played in the nba finals at the cow palace in 1975. isn't that amazing? the announcement wraps up what the warriors call reveal week. they include metallica, the san francisco symphony, dave matthews band, the black keys, chain smokers, andrea bocelli, and wwe wrestling, the center is set to open just after labor day. >> that's what we call the a list, right? >> the a's and giants are getting their stadiums ready for the start of baseball season. look at that, includes new francis ford cope la theater session. guest chefs will prepare food at the launch kitchen. the first will be tonya holland from brown sugar kitchen. keep an eye out for alcohol pops. >> these are our new party pops program, this is a full sized
tricycle that will be roving the concourse and offering adult popsicles. these are alcohol infused. frozen drinks. >> just don't let your kids have any of those, right? >> the giants announced they will have a batman and top gun day, and a special game of thrones bobblehead. good stuff. >> that's really fun. stay with us, we'll move on now, details from special counsel robert mueller's investigation into russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. could be made public soon. after almost two years of work, the report is now complete. tonight we'll track the next steps. the wet weather lingers in the bay area tonight. we'll keep an eye on this newscast. >> you can also follow it on abc 7 news the app, it gives you access to live doppler 7 any time you want.
today's special counsel robert mueller submitted his report to the attorney general. >> now that special counsel mueller has submitted his report to the attorney general it's imperative to make the full report public and provide its underlying documentation and findings to congress. show us the report. >> california senator and presidential hopeful kamala harris tweeted, americans need to know the truth. how we got here, and what's next? >> after 22 months and. indictments, robert mueller's highly anticipated report is complete. in a letter sent this evening, william barr alerted congress that the report was sent to his
office. democrats making clear they expect to see mueller's full report. >> the white house must not be allowed to interfere in decisions about what parts of those findings or evidence should be made permanent. >> mueller has submitted guilty pleas from paul manafort, campaign manager rick gates and michael flynn and president trump's long time personal attorney michael cohen. >> he knows the truth, i know the truth. others know the truth. and it's sad that i should take responsibility for his dirty deeds. >> mueller was appointed in may 2017 after president trump suddenly fired fbi director james comey. initially the pntai he fired comey on the recommendation of justice officials, but then told nbc the russia investigation played a part in firing comey. >> regardless of recommendation i was going to fire comey. i said, you know, this russia
thing with trump and russia is a made up story. >> at that point many republicans joined democrats in calling for an investigation. >> through it all, the president has maintained his innocence. >> there was no collusion, no obstruction, there was no nothing. >> reactions are pouring in from capitol hill. democrats are demanding barr release the full report. he doesn't mind the full report being released, tonight he says he's glad the investigation is over. abc news, washington. >> abc 7 news spoke with former u.s. attorney about how the white house and president trump could be reacting to the news the investigation is over. >> he's fearless. the man is fearless. this isn't new, he's just not a person who when cornered can be expected to cowher. or give up. i mean, if anything, it makes him bolder. >> we sent out a push alert
through the abc news app at 2:17 today when the news broke. can you download the app so you can be first to know whenever news like this breaks. dave cortese has a new proposal for dealing with illegal immigrants. he wants more local communication with ice before the release of violent felons. >> reporter: carlos is in custody for last month's killing of bambi larson in south san jose. since then santa clara county supervisor is pitching a new proposal that ice be notified about the release of violent felons. >> you have someone there that we won't have an interest in. at that point she's going to look at a rap sheet and say, does this fit the criteria that the board of supervisors gave me? >> his proposal still requires
ice to get a warrant to hold an inmate. but says changes allow for better coordination between law enforcement. he supports the proposal. >> that's a different issue than the question of whether or not a violent felon should be released into a community without notification of federal authorities. >> ice says -- ice isth to work with any of our partners to determine best practices to keep criminal aliens from being released to the community. >> this county has been -- the supervisor himself has been a champion of immigrants rights. i was quite shocked to see this really change in tone. >> counsel on islamic relations, ice already has access to arrest reports and the legal means to
take violent fell ones into custody. >> that would be our government doing the job of federal law enforcement. that's what our sanctuary policies are here to stop. >> the proposal is up for discussion at the next board meeting. in san jose abc 7 news. >> the trial of two men accused of manslaughter is scheduled to start in less than two weeks. they will stand trial for the 2016 warehouse fire that killed 36 people. one would have effectively dismissed the case, the other could have delayed the start of a trial. at least 640 prospective jurors need to be vetted. an oregon mother who was infatuated with a married man, who had no need to be involved
with anyone's children. talking about the discovery of her mother's dark past. >> i went to barnes and noble and i found the book. >> it was almost like slow motion, walking down the rows of books. i think every emotion went through me before i pulled it off the shelf. i opened it up and looked at a picture of diane downs sitting at a table. it was a face to what i had been looking for. and it wasn't a face that i wanted to see. >> the two-hour 2020 special airs tonight at 9:00 p.m. on abc 7 followed by abc 7 news at 11:00. tolls on all bay area bridges except the golden gate bridge went up at the beginning of the year. the most famous bridge is following suit. today is the best day of the
year to work at abc 7 because -- well, isn't it obvious? >> it's puppy day, and these puppies were here for a good to simone, i leave the van gogh. to harrison, the wine collection. to craig, this rock. the redwoods to the redheads. the rainbows to the proud. i leave these things to my heirs, all 39 million of you, on one condition. that you do everything in your power to preserve and protect them. with love, california.
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live look at san francisco international airport right now. because of today's light storms, flights have been delayed. some inbound flights are three hours late. a look at drivers along the golden gate bridge who will have to pay more to cross the bridge. some drivers will be paying nearly $10. bridge district directors voted today to improve a plan to increase the toll every year for five years. it's expected to raise about $100 million. that will go toward bus maintenance as well as improving bus and ferry service. drivers with fast track pay $7 and other drivers pay 8 to cros. abc 7 news is focused on building a better bay area which you know. we look for solutions to some of the big issues that we face here one mountain view school district could help approve a
plan -- the whistman school board voted to lease a 144 unit apartment complex near the district office. teachers could live there for $1500 a month. well below the market rate for mountain view apartments. right now, some teachers commute for hours. they'll have to put up with that for a while longer. construction on the new complex will likely begin in 2021. it could make a big difference. finding solutions to the bay area's housing issues could come in many forms. we invite you to share swrur ideas and see what your neighbors think by joining our better bay area facebook group. the wet weather will clear you like the sound of that? >> i do. >> sandya has the seven-day forecast next. today's storm is level one.
>> national puppy day is tomorrow, and wrly here at abc want to help adoptable puppies find forever homes. >> several shelters helped out by bringing puppies by our station today for abc 7 mornings. >> look at our puppy camera. look how cute these little guys are. >> aren't they adorable. >> abc 7 is launching an adoption event this morning. we're hoping local animal shelters find forever homes for their puppies. >> it is the most adorable day of the year. >> look at our colleagues hard at work this morning. over there in the puppy pen. >> guess who i have here? >> who? >> a dog named reggie. can you believe? look at this, look at this lttle guy. you. >> named him reggie a second ago before i came up? >> you are probably like this reggie a little more, he's quiet
and well behaved. >> there's a jesse and a mickey up there too? i think we're being replaced. >> this is mickey -- >> i think there's a resembla e resemblance. >> you know your name, don't you? >> look at these two. they found a good pillow this morning. >> national puppy day. we're celebrating with puppies on 7, all of these puppies are here and they're -- look at that. they had to get up real early this morning to come be with us. now is my chance to shine. we want you to adopt these dogs, give them a forever home. look at that. >> who wouldn't love that face? >> you can't start your day better. >> that is the cutest thing. >> yeah, it's a rough job, isn't it? >> we definitely want to thank all of our shelter partners who brought in puppies. there are a few of the many bay area organizations that are helping out animals.
>> if you are able to give one a home we have all the information you need on our website. our forecast is a rough one too dan and kristen, if you're getting away tonight. you will see why i'm going to get you into street radar level here. it's coming down hard around petaluma road. rainfall rates as you will see here, about 6/10 of an inch an hour. sfo reporting those delays because of the weather presidenten ton seeing some light rain, in the south bay, parkmore, san jose, willow glenn, keep those umbrellas handy. you see the rain, 11:30 the rainfall will pick up, in
intensity, it starts to move out as we head toward tomorrow morning, by 8:00 a.m. most of those showers are gone. 50s, 60s for the high saturday. lots of sun and clouds, for the oakland marathon on sunday, our producer kate is going to take part. mid to upper 40s as you take a look at the accuweather 7-day forecast. other than that, the weekend is dry. sunday night into monday we have another level one system coming. >> here we go again. on to sports. a lot to talk about. >> she had some positive oakland news for you, larry. >> it's not like i created the news. i'm talking about it. the a's lost more than a couple games in tokyo. they just lost their gold glove first baseman.
tto harrison, the wine tcollection.. grace, you get the beach house, just don't leave the lights on, okay? to mateo, my favorite chair. to chris, the family recipes. to craig, this rock. to jamie, well, let's just say, enjoy the ride. the redwoods to the redheads. the rainbows to the proud. the almonds to walter. the beaches to the bums. and the fog to, who else, karl.
not only did they lose two games in japan. they lost their first baseman. recovery time is 4 to 6 weeks. you see there on the foul ball, he winces in pain. ran the bases and then was replaced before the top of the sixth. especially after olson played and was a gold glove first baseman. >> warriors have back to back home games this weekend hosting dallas and detroit.
steph curry is going to rest tomorrow against the mavericks. a night off for steph really makes sense. since then he's played 48 straight. they'll have them fresh for the pistons on sunday. >> ncaa hoops biggest upset so far fourth seed kansas state, ant eaters go on a 12-2 run. max hazard can be hazardous to your team if you're k state. uc up five, wildcats down 2, and barry brown throws it to his bench. irvine led by coach russell turner, the big upset 70-64. next game at the sap center --
oregon 12 seed against wisconsin. payton pritchard for the ducks, plus the foul. nine assists. nine points, 6 boards and four blocks, as in learn to live with rejection. that is s.w.a.t.ed into depressed row right there. oregon the upset win. we call it don foil university. looking for an upset, that's their leading score couldn't wear his contacts. that didn't work, missed all four shots he took. francisco makes it a one point game. under 2 to play admiral schofield. he can shoot it, no doubt about that, tennessee hangs on to win,
77 to 70. wherever will ferrell goes you know something is about to happen. he dropped in on the sharks/kings broadcast as ron burgundy kissing a burrito. by martin jones. he does it in the offseason, he works with puppets. i've been to one of his puppet shows. they're quite good. that was not supposed to happen. you guys have been to san jose. >> it's a lovely town, right? >> it is. >> it is a lovely town. >> get to know santiago. you scared the liveing -- appeas
out of nowhere. and doesn't say anything, it's weird. >> will farrell is captivating as always. >> who knows more sports, him or reggie aqui? >> that's tight. he doesn't have the hand motion. join us tonight at 9:00, on kofy-tv 20. a fugitive on one of the bay area county's most wanted list behind bars. how a $3 purchase may have led to his arrest. you'll get the story on how this happened. a south bay neighborhood is on edge, hear from a man whose car was shot while he was driving. coming up tonight on abc 7 at 8:00 is fresh off the boat, followed by speechless at 8:30, and then two hours of 2020. and make sure to stay tuned for abc 7 news at at long last the mueller report is in.
the special counsel's investigation into the russian interference is now in the hands of the u.s. attorney general. william barr may release a review to congress as soon as this weekend. how much of this report will be made public. what will all of us get to see. i'm a reporter, unless some aspect of mueller's report truly risks lives or national security, i want to see it all, i suspect you do too. who did what, when. and just as importantly, who didn't do anything wrong? after all of the controversy, the posturing and denials, we have a right to know what really happened, who was responsible for it, and who wasn't. if president trump was not involved, people have a ro know before they vote in the next election. if he was, they must know that too. the truth is what really matters, one way or the other, and we the people deserve it, all of it. i always love to hear from you, let me know what you think, follow me on twitter and
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