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it's sunday, march 31. good morning. thanks for being with us. let's start with the forecast. >> can we keep it going for another day? the answer is yes. we have a lot of sunshine on the way. it's clear and cool to start out. a little patchy fog in the north bay. temperatures on the peninsula, from the mid 40s to 50 in san bruno. otherwise, low 40s north bay. we will look for sunshine today. you can see the clouds increasing a little bit there. numbers will be well into the 60s and mid 70s around the bay. above average. we will talk about our rain chances which are with us for several days in the days ahead for the first week of april. that's coming up. >> keep track of weather where you live with the abc 7 news
app. you will get updates and you can monitor the forecast on the go. in san jose, 17 residents of the hope village homeless camp have until this afternoon to find a place to live. supporters say it was making a positive dent in a bigger issue, homelessness. it's one of the subjects we're tackling here at abc 7 as part of our efforts to build a better bay area. according to the last point in time homeless census in san jose in 2017, there were 4,300 homeless individuals in the city. of those, 26% had shelter. we have more on the situation at hope village. >> reporter: imagine packing everything you own in a hurry from the only place that's felt like home in years. >> we're all pretty sad. i'm thankful we have a place to go for now and that we're -- a lot of us are together. >> reporter: this is the reason the tent city is forced to close. the faa sent san jose a letter saying this area is unfit for
residential use because of the airplane noise. the city promised to look for another lot. neither the city nor the county has been able to secure land to relocate it. the county has given the camp residents motel vouchers for 30 days. >> the city and county never followed through on their commitment to find another location. we are convinced that the staff did that deliberately. >> reporter: while many are angry about this situation, others admit they are scared. >> it saved me. i don't know where i'm going to be next. i'm not a strong street person. >> reporter: aside from this place being locked and secure, there were amenities they had gotten used to having since moving in in september. this was a fully functioning tent city. over here, there were showers. there was also a kitchen. over here, there was regular trash pickup. now it's time to move to one of the two motels the city is offering for temporary housing.
>> it's nice being in a motel. that was home. >> reporter: after the 30 days in the motel are up, everyone that once lived in the tent city expect to return to the streets. >> finding solution to the issues can come in many forms. we invite you to share ideas and see what your neighbors think by joining our better bay area facebook group. this morning, police are searching for an attacker armed with a sword who slashed a victim. police said the attacker was wearing a red make america great again hat. this happened friday night. police tell abc 7 the victim approached the suspect walking past him. the suspect then took out the sword and attacked the victim. the attacker took off on foot. the victim's hand was cut but is expected to be okay. in oakland, the family of a 4-year-old boy who was shot in the head is asking for his
father to be released from prison so he can see his injured son. the family says he has no brain activity and is on life support. they want the governor to grant the boy's father a temporary release from the state prison. the family says the child found a gun under a bed at an east oakland home on wednesday and accidentally shot himself. a man who police say is the gun's owner was arrested. developing news. a 45-year-old father is suffering from critical injuries after a fight at a dodger stadium parking lot friday. amy powell from our sister station in los angeles has reaction from the wife of the injured fan. >> someone needs to come forward. i know people saw it. i heard them. i know people saw it. >> reporter: shocked and heartbroken, crystal says her 45-year-old husband is on life support after suffering severe injuries during a fight at dodger stadium. >> he was hit.
his head hit the ground and caused a skull fracture. now his brain is swelling and he is bleeding on the brain. >> reporter: she was on the phone with her husband. the fan was in the stadium when she heard a woman and man arguing with him. >> i was hearing the arguing. then i heard like a smack, a crack. it sounded like a baseball bat. then i heard him start moaning. >> reporter: her 22-year-old son and other family members have gathered at county usc medical center. she hasn't told her younger children raging from age from 11 to 15 about their father's condition. >> they will see him with tubes coming out of him. that's not the daddy they know. >> reporter: police say the fight happened sometime after midnight. crystal is urging anyone who witnessed the altercation or knows the people involved to come forward. >> it hurts my heart.
this isn't supposed to happen. this isn't how you are supposed to live your life. >> that was amy powell reporting. security was increased at dodger stadium in 2011 after a series of attacks, including the beating of a giants' fan who suffered severe brain damage. a controversial film about abortion is causing conversation about the topic among moviegoers in the bay area. the film is based on a former planned parenthood clinic director who now opposes abortions. >> reporter: it's the story of the youngest planned parenthood director who after seeing an ultrasound of an abortion resigned in 2009. >> that was when i saw for the first time this living human being inside of the womb and seeing that baby fight and struggle for his life. >> reporter: johnson hopes her story in the movie helps other
women. >> i thought, well, i have another opportunity here to help facilitate healing for those who have been possibly hurt or touched by abortion in some way. >> reporter: some moviegoers said it was too graphic. >> no applause. it was quiet. everybody just watched it. it's a serious movie. it's not happy. the first part is very bloody. >> reporter: some who support a woman's right to choose says the movie would not change their mind. >> i feel that a woman should have the right to choose what happens to her body. >> reporter: one group pro life san francisco hopes this film starts conversations from both sides. >> understand the powerful reason sometimes behind why someone would feel that my body, my choice. >> reporter: the controversy about this film was seen on social media. the film's twitter account was suspended. twitter explained the reason why is because it was linked to
another account that violated its policies. in a statement about the film, planned parenthood said, the claims in this film are simply false. planned parenthood is proud to provide expert, high quality healthcare to our patients, including safe and legal abortion in a safe and compassionate environment. >> the archdiocese posted on facebook about the film. they included points from the u.s. catholic bishop's pro life secretari secretariat. the post continued saying, the film may create opportunities to highlight the proclamation of the gospel of life in your diocese and parishes as well as creating opportunities for dialogue and fruitful conversations. the debate over abortion is playing out in many state houses and courtrooms nationwide. a woman's right to an abortion in all 50 states was legalized with the supreme court decision back in 1973. many states have or are in the process of passing their own laws that place limits on
abortions. on friday, georgia lawmakers passed a bill that bans abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected which can be as early as six weeks. the governor is expected to sign the bill. the governor of mississippi signed into law a similar bill this past week. three other states have passed so-called heartbeat bills. in each case, federal judges ruled them unconstitutional. after a month and a half of being closed because of a mudslide, a road is expected to reopen tomorrow. the slide destroyed two homes in february. engineers say the road is safe to reopen to traffic. barriers are scheduled to be removed by 5:00 tomorrow evening. last week they extended the emergency declaration for another 30 days. officials recommended that it remain in effect until all necessary cleanup is complete. time now 6:09. lisa has been tracking the forecast for us. you have sun in it for us. >> a lot of sunshine today.
low 40s in the north bay. 52 here in san francisco. it's 42 in liver dmore. enjoy it. we are taking the slide as soon as tomorrow and increasing the clouds, maybe some rain. my seven-day forecast is next. also ahea as part of or efforts to build a better bay area, we are looking at the local rideshare economy. the great lengths that some drivers are going to just to make ends meet. it's a sure sign of spring and summer. the outdoor tradition returning to san francisco today.
good morning. here is a live look. rain is on way for the workweek. lisa has more coming up. bystanders helped save the lives of three swimmers. yesterday afternoon, surfers saw the trio struggling in the surf just after 3:00. they paddled over and helped them get back to the beach. firefighters and paramedics responded to take them to the hospital for treatment. all three were conscious and alert in the ambulance. a napa valley vintner charged in the college admission scandal has given up control of his business. he made his first court appearance. he is accused of spending tens of thousands of dollars to get his daughter into the university of southern california. the 53-year-old was the ceo of a vintner.
he passed the responsibilities on to his father. this is a strategic move because a criminal conviction could jeopardize a winery's license. friends, family and community members are mourning the loss of walnut creek's mayor. he spent more than three decades in politics. he was on the city council for 16 years. he was a supervisor for just as long. he passed away at his home on friday. the life long resident of the city is remembered for helping turn the community from a small town into a suburban business hub and home for countless families. he was 90 years old. with the lyft ipo on friday, more attention is being paid to the gig economy. some come from as far away as long to work in san francisco. you will find them sleeping in their cars overnight.
the hotels are so expensive. a lot of drivers do it, they sleep up there at mcdonald's, a rest area on 280. >> tonight on abc 7 news at 11:00, we will show you one day in the life of an uber driver and the extremes some go to to make a buck. in san francisco, landmarks turned their lights off for an hour to call attention to climate change. city hall and the goellden gate bridge went dark for the world wild wildlife fund. residents took part also. earth hour has become an annual ave event across the globe. the wildlife fund says people need to act to reduce the need for energy. a tradition returns today. they are kicking off the eighth
season with more than 30 food trucks at the parade ground. there's also locrafts for kids d live music. it happens from 11:00 to 4:00 through early october. a mild start to the day. we can look forward to a slight warm-up. >> you are right, today the sunniest and the warmest day out of the next seven. we do have certainly cooler weather on the way. a couple rain chances favoring the north bay. as we check out live doppler 7, you can see fog entering parts of the san mateo coast. not doing much except in santa rosa, a mild three-quarter visibility. issues there. temperatures are in the mid and upper 40s for you in the east bay. it's 47 in oakland. 46 in union city. more low 50s closer to the bay.
you get up north and it's a little chilly. 41 in santa rosa. you can see cloud free. a few high clouds later today. a little patchy fog, sunny, warmer today. we are talking about temperatures well into the 70s. looking at april showers arriving as soon as tomorrow for the north bay. most of are you not going to see much. we could see some mist and drizzle and a damp tuesday morning commute as well. here is the golden gate bridge. everybody sleeping in. pollen and uv index high out there. the uv index is. the mold spores coming up. tree pollen has been an issue. weeds and grass not such an issue. looking at the trees, the pine, juniper, cedar and oak making it troublesome for many out there. afrm high
average highs is the first column. second is what we expect today. four to eight degrees warmer than we should be. temperatures on the peninsula, how about mid 70s for redwood city? napa, 74. it's going to be a nice afternoon if you have been waiting for warmer weather. along the coast, winds up to 15 miles an hour. 62 in half moon bay. 70 down by santa cruz. monday, we have increased clouds. dry to start out. scattered showers by the later afternoon in the north bay. then slipping to the south throughout your tuesday morning. as we look at that, you will notice that the amounts faf s sg the north bay. as we look at your tuesday morning, chance of showers there into your wednesday. we will dry it out. by thursday, here comes that
secondary system that wants to linger into your friday. friday afternoon looking at some light showers. yes, right on into saturday. as we look at your highs today, today is pretty mild to warm out there. 75 in san jose. 66 back home in the city. in the seven-day forecast, low 60s. 70 around the bay. you download our app and we still are talking about our storm impact scale, which will affect the north bay and perhaps the coast monday into tuesday and then even thursday into friday. giants' home opener friday. amount los looking to be four, e hundredths. that could change. you will want to check back with us. >> showers to start april. thank you. we are sharing stories of inspiration in a weekly digital series called more in common. this week, our country may be
divided about securing the southern border, but you will be surprised at what these people living on the u.s./mexico border have in common. >> our motto is humanitarian aid. it's not a crime. that's what we are doing. we are leaving water, food and some medical supplies where migrants are crossing. >> my name is jim. i'm a rancher. this is my ranch. it goes from here 20 miles down to the international boundary with mexico. >> your church has taken risk to help those who are making the dangerous trek across the border. why? >> the people who are crossing are the most desperate of the poor. >> you are not afraid there's no wall dividing this area of the united states between mexico? >> el chapo just recently in his trial said that building a wall wasn't going to stop drugs from coming into the country. he should know. >> here is you with trump.
>> he called me on the stage and talked about our ranch and the border issue. i said, mr. president, we need a wall. >> you have cameras across your ranch that are capturing people walking through. >> see the big packs of marijuana? that traffic is decreasing. we see less of the big packs and just the regular backpacks coming through. one kilogram of cocaine, of heroin, extremely valuable in a
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. 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.
wade johnson joins us to tell us what's coming up on "good morning america." >> president trump heightens tension, cutting off foreign aid to three central american countries as he threatens to close the border to mexico this week. former vice-president joe biden accused of inappropriate touching. this morning, the accuser is speaking out for the first time. what she's saying and what the allegations could mean for a potential presidential bid. last night's march madness shakeup shocking victories and a top seed knocked from the tournament. that's all coming up on gma. the organizers of burning man say they are fighting the exploitation of the culture and have made key changes this year in how they sell tickets.
the ceo says they want to increase the number of attendees who are invested in co-creating the experience and aren't attending as consumers. burning man will expand its low income ticket program, reducing the number of high priced tickets and limiting them to two per person. they discourage people of buying tickets as part of a package deal. they cost $425 without fees. fans of the rolling stones will have to wait longer for them to return to the bay area. ♪ the band has postponed all upcoming concert dates so mick jagger can receive medical treatment. they made the announcement yesterday and didn't release why the 75-year-old cannot perform. he is expected to make a full recovery. the tour was expected to start april 20 in miami. jagger sent a tweet apologizing
and saying, i'm devastated for having to postpone the tour. i will work hard to be back on stage as soon as i can. a spokesperson for levi stadium will work to reschedule the show. anyone with ticket should contact ticketmaster for policy information. still to come, a college student killed. a man now under arrest. police say the last time the student was seen she was getting into a car that she mistook for an uber.
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thanks for waking up with us. a look at the forecast. >> check out the glow behind me. just a beautiful way to start your sunday. don't you think? temperatures are cool in the north bay. in the city, it's 52. 48 in san jose. 49 in half moon bay. down to santa cruz where it was 72 yesterday. we are looking live. 41 santa rosa. fog along the coast. 47 in concord. nice clear start to the day. a beautiful afternoon on the way, if you like it warmer. temperatures will climb through the 60s at the coast and upper 60s by noon around the bay.
70 inland. by the afternoon, anywhere from three to about seven or eight degrees above average today. that sun setting at 7:31. we cloud up tomorrow. maybe a north bay shower. tuesday morning looks wet. then by the latter part of the week, we could be introducing more shower chances for your april flowers. we will talk in detail about it in a few minutes. >> thank you. the u.s. border patrol is reacting to a threat from president trump to shut down the u.s. border with mexico. we have the voices weighing in about the announcement. >> reporter: beto o'rourke launching his presidential candidacy from his hometown of el paso texas. a city that lies miles from mexico. the border that president trump is threatening to close. >> this community has welcomed generations of imgarage migrant having traveled hundreds of miles, some thousands of miles. >> reporter: praising the pro
immigrant stance of his community one day after president trump demanded mexican authorities put an end to the influx of migrants. promising he will shut down the border if not. that threat raising serious concerns from many border business people. >> for us, it's uncertainty is the worst thing that can happen. >> reporter: it would cause economic consequences. an average of $1.7 billion worth of goods cross back and forth between mexico and the u.s. every day. >> you will lose $1 billion a day to stop a few families from coming through. it's not -- it doesn't make sense. >> reporter: the threat coming as a new caravan is crossing towards the u.s. border. the state department is cutting off aid to honduras, guatemala and el salvador. >> we were paying them. we're not paying them anymore. they haven't done a thing for us. >> reporter: reaction is muted. mexico's president saying, i'm not going to start an argument
over this. the u.s. border patrol issuing a statement saturday saying they are overwhelmed by the influx of migrants. with most shelters filled, it has begun processing non-criminal family units for immediate release. >> the governor blasted the president for cutting aid to central america. yesterday, he released a statement saying, this president is demonizing legal asylum seekers fleeing violence. it's reckless and intentional and we must call it out. he is scheduled to visit el salvador this week to offer california's support to families fleeing violence. there's strong reaction here in the bay area to the proposal. we have opinions on both sides. cornell bernard has that. >> reporter: the trump administration calls it a crisis at the u.s. southern border. a surge of migrants into the u.s. creating a humanitarian crisis. >> i think the president is entirely misguided. >> reporter: this man came to
the u.s. with his family. he is now the northern california executive director for the aclu which celebrated the organization's 100th birthday at oakland's jack london square. he believes president trump is wrong. >> the border is the port of entry for commerce, for people. shutting the border is a misguided attempt by the president. >> reporter: a congresswoman is feeling a bit of deja vu. she doesn't know what to make of the president's threat. >> i'm getting to the point where i think the president just cries wolf too many times. he said he was going to pull troops out of syria which would have been a mistake. >> reporter: the president of san francisco hispanic republicans says, shut it down. he supports trump's idea to calm the border crisis. >> that border is controlled by the drug cartels and by criminals. human traffickers. it's not controlled by the mexican government or the u.s. government. somebody has to be an adult and take control. >> reporter: if president trump makes good and shuts the border down next week, the aclu says it
plans to get involved with court action opposing the move. cornell bernard, abc 7 news. coming up on "this week," the president's threat to close the southern border. watch the full interview at 8:00 right here on abc 7. president trump has stepped in to help a navy s.e.a.l. who is accused of murdering an islamic state prisoner of war. he will soon be moved to less restrictive confinement while he awaits his day in court. the president said it's being done in honor of his past service to our country. gallagher, a 19-rear vyear vete the navy is being held in san diego. he is accused of shooting two civilians and opening fire on crowds in iraq. he pleaded not guilty. facebook's mark zuckerberg is calling for more government regulation on the internet. an opinion piece was published
yesterday. it said that regulators should work with companies to make major decisions to set a legal standard for companies to follow and to adhere to a better security standard. he said four areas that need to be addressed are harmful content, election integrity, privacy and data portability. these are the issues facebook itself has had trouble with over the past several years. the ceo released her own letter yesterday offering her condolences to victims of the new zealand terror attack. facebook came under jscrutiny after the gunman posted the video. she agrees that social media must do more to strengthen rules for facebook live and to invest in technology to identify violent videos and prevent resharing. she said artificial intelligence removed more than 900 versions of the video. investigators working on behalf of jeff bezos says saudis obtained the executive's private
information, including access to his phone. the investigators were working for bezos trying to determine who leaked his intimate texts and photos to the "national enquirer." the results of the investigation have been turned over to federal officials. investigators believe bezos is a major target of the kingdom's crown prince. time is 6:36. police have made an arrest in the death of a young south carolina university student. this man has arrested in the death of the 21-year-old woman. she was seen at night getting into a stranger's car around 2:00 a.m. last friday. her body was found days later in the woods by two hunters. police believe she mistook the car for an uber ride she asked earlier. >> what we know now is that she had, many fact, summoned an uber. we believe that she simply mistakenly got into this particular car thinking it was an uber ride. >> when she didn't arrive at her destination, a friend later
called police saying she never came home and wasn't answering her phone. her father wrote on facebook, it is with tremendous sadness and of a broken heart i post this. i will miss and love my baby girl for the rest of life. tears. >> i was devastated. we were best friends with the family. we have known them since she was born. we can't believe it happened. >> she was set to graduate in may and had plans to attend law school. on a lighter note, still ahead, a robot getting to work at whipping up smoothies. not everything is going smooth. we will explain. a live look outside from our tower camera. a beautiful shot to begin sunday morning. your full forecast to help you plan out your workweek in a few minutes.
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thanks for choosing abc 7 mornings. a live look from santa cruz. you can see the lighthouse in the distance. shaping up to be a beautiful day. we have the forecast in a few moments. it's the first of two sunday streets. from silver to geneva avenue, enjoy a car-free street. you can walk, bike or hang out throughout the mile-long route. there will be a park, pet adoptions, games and a climbing wall. sunday streets runs from 11:00 until 4:00 this afternoon.
those events are always a great time. people can go out and enjoy it. >> we see the girls on the bike with the balloons. today, it's warmer than that file video. maybe new video with the sun. the shorts out there. walnut creek this morning looking pretty quiet with temperatures in the upper 40s for some of you. conco concord, 43. we will talk about the warmer day today, how much warmer. does it last? no. how much rain, that's coming up. also ahead, you know it's a good night when the bat flips start coming. we have the highlights from the a's win over the angels coming up in sports. why are all these business owners so excited? we're going to comcast. it's ahead of the game, ahead of the curve. it's going to add to the productivity of our business.
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time now is 6:44. a live look outside. a calm start to the week. if you are just joining us, we have rain in the forecast. lisa breaks it down ahead in the full weather. a busy day in oakland. consider taking bart if you are going to the games. there are four more regular season games left. the a's close out their series against the angels. first pitch is at 1:07 a.m. the giants will try to gain a win. that game is 1:10 this afternoon. the a's have a chance to get back to .500 with a win today.
>> good morning. the a's have the defense. they have the offense. one question entering this season was the starting pitching. brett anderson is the third starter on the home stand to provide answers. the a's have a good ball boy. check out this snag. yeah. the bullpen flinched but he didn't. he knows it. bases full of a's in the third. a's jump out in front 2-0. in the fourth, it's bat flipping season, just in case you weren't aware. the a's take a four-run lead. there is the bat flip. to the sixth, anderson cruising. it doesn't hurt to have a platinum glover at third. anderson is the third straight a's starter to pitch six shutout innings.
yeah, we believe it. a's win 4-2. the three runs the giants scored are more than they scored in their first two games combined. those were enough to give the giants their first win of season. pudge rodriguez watching his son. no score in the sixth. giants equal their offensive total for the season at this point. longoria drives home a single up the middle. bases loaded. longoria comes around to score. posey is out easily at home. it's a three-run inning for the giants. a run-r one-one-one-one-one-one- 3-2 the final there.
the sharks needed overtime to snap their seven-game losing streak. recei they secured home ice in the first round of the playoffs with a win over las vegas. they had to fight for it. 3-2 sharks. in overtime, sharks on the power play. team teal finally gets off the seven-game losing streak. hopefully they can carry momentum into the playoffs. >> you want to win those games. obviously, we needed a win. it's nice to get one. >> it was a hard fought game tonight. good to get out of the loss column and back into the win column. we secured home ice. >> did that feel like a playoff
game a little bit? >> yeah, it did. you could get away with murder out there. yeah, that was a playoff game. >> the giants will close out with a 1:10 start today. the a's will play at the coliseum against the angels, 1:07 first pitch. we will bring you highlights later. a check of the forecast. >> it's looking pretty nice out there already. not even 7:00 and got nice views for you to enjoy. plenty of sunshine on the way. we will have temperatures well into the 70s today. a little cool to get going, yes. the temperatures warm quickly. by noon, we will be well into the 60s in many neighborhoods. if you are headed out for a dog walk, you may want to do that early early rather than later. as you look at the temperatures as we go through 10:00, 11:00, near the city, we will be in the 60s and then low 60s by the
early afternoon. mid 60s for your high in san francisco. that's not warm. if you are inland, ten degrees warmer. it's quiet out there. a beautiful start to your sunday. a bit of fog from the marin county coast to the san mateo coast. a lot of sun today. another view where we are looking at a little bit of patchy fog in the low lying areas. 52 in san francisco. san jose, 48. 49 in half moon bay. from our walnut creek camera, a little hazy. temperatures in the low 40s. cooler down the road in concord and napa. we look at our roof camera, the wind up to 15 miles an hour today. temperatures coming up two, three degrees at the coast. still need the sweatshirt there. otherwise, getting warm elsewhere around the bay.
cool to start. looking at patchy fog. april showers for those mayflower may flo flowers or april flowers. mainly in the north bay chance of showers. along the coast, we could see a light shower. tuesday, still looking kind of unsettled. it will be cooler. temperatures in the 50s and 60s with the cloud cover around. we get a break on wednesday. temperatures may come up a bit into the 60s with partly cloudy skies. let's pick up this forecast animation for your monday, which features the cloud cover, dry conditions to get you out the door early on. by the afternoon, a few scattered light showers could happen right around the bay and then into your tuesday as well. amounts focusing in on the north bay, anywhere from a couple hundredths to two-tenths, maybe more than that in higher elevations. you can see trace amounts down to the south. here is tuesday morning, maybe showers around. it lifts out and we're dry tuesday afternoon into wednesday.
partly cloudy skies and thursday offering another chance of rain that takes us into friday where this next system wants to hold together and bring down maybe a tenth of an inch of rain. it could beef up as we get closer to it. 75 in san jose today. we're in the 60s at the coast. looking well above average for most of you. oakland today, upper 60s for the game. should be nice in terms of mild to warm. warmest and sunniest today. we take the downward slide. download our app to track those showers out there, which will be hit and miss to start out. >> downward slide. that's for sure. we will enjoy today. thank you. silicon valley is automating the food world. a startup called blended launched a smoothie making robot there. kate larson went to the usf campus to check out the new
technology. >> chef b operates a prep table with three blenders. >> reporter: chef b isn't a chef, at least not of the human variety. it's artificial intelligence that can blend 45 smoothies per hour with an arm that dispenses ingredients, washes dishes and pours with precision. >> let chef b handle the mundane task. you create higher quality, higher paying jobs. this is what robotics and ai does. >> reporter: this man is the co-founder. he is testing this first chef b on the usf campus. >> ai is the future. >> reporter: we met this freshman while he was joanienjo his first ai smoothie. >> it's creating other jobs and other opportunities that will further our economy. >> reporter: this woman is a first year student and disagrees. >> this blended thing just crashed. a lot of people actually didn't end up getting the smoothie they
ordered. you have to question the reliability of it and whether it's actually the moral thing to do for people that are looking for jobs in the san francisco economy. >> reporter: blended has hired five student brand ambassadors to educate customers about the technology. next, a yard sale like no other. what you can find outside the famed chez
here are the winning numbers from last night's powerball drawing. nobody picked all six. wednesday's jackpot goes up to $54 million. happening today, the owner of the famed chez is hosting a yard sale in front of the berkeley restaurant. alice waters and her fashion designer daughter will host the event. it will be from 10:00 until 3:00. there will be treasure like vintage and designer clothes, antiques and more. waters will be there to sign books. looks like a good time. >> definitely. nice day for that. temperatures will be mainly in the 70s away from the bay. check out this beautiful view. the sun coming up. with everything blooming out there, the pollen an issue for some of you. medium amounts out there. low grass pollen. high on mold spores. plenty of sunshine with the
trees doing a number on many of you. 70 in oakland. 76 in concord. the seven-day forecast, cooler tomorrow with increasing clouds. rain should arrive in the afternoon in the north bay. scattered showers into tuesday morning. dry midweek. another chance of rain thursday. everyone sees a chance of rain friday. that would be your best bet at this point into friday. into even saturday looking unsettled. enjoy today if you like it warmer and sunnier. >> five days of warms on the storm impact scale. it can change. >> much weaker. thank por thanks for joinin. "good morning america" is next. we leave you with a live look outside. you can see the sea lions are there. it will be a busy day at the pier. we return at 9:00. see you then.
good morning, america. joe biden responding to allegations of inappropriate touching. this morning, the former vice president's accuser speaking out, describing what she says happened at a campaign rally five years ago. >> the vice president of the united states of america is touching me and kissing me and smelling my hair. >> the allegations coming as biden considers a possible run for president. democratic candidates putting the pressure. what biden is saying about the accusations. battle over the border. president trump increasing the pressure, cutting aid to three central american nations. threatening to close the border in just days. democrats responding this morning. student murder arrest. a suspect accused of kidnapping