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it's 5:00 a.m. facebook's annual conference begins today, many were wondering will mark zuckerberg address privacy concerns and scandals during his keynote.
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>> joe biden and his wife will sit down for an interview new this morning. fixing the trash in san francisco, the details of a new ten-point action plan. >> good morning, it's 5:00 a.m. on this tuesday, april 30th. >> you are never more than 7 minutes away from the accuweather forecast. >> i have seen reports of mist near the coast. watch out for that as you look at the exploratorium, it's definitely a cloudy start. 7:00, mostly cloudy, 48 to 54. upper 40s to mid-50s. we will stay in the 50s at the coast, notice, we didn't get a lot of warm, 65 to 66 at 4:00. it's going to be a little breezy this afternoon, also under that mostly sunny sky. grab a light jacket or a blanket. all right, let's turn it over to traffic. here's alexis. >> southbound 680. we had a collision around north
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main, involving one vehicle that hit tire tread, it has cleared here, according to chp. it looks like that is no longer a blocking issue. a quick check of drive times. i'm waiting for confirmation that has cleared. we are in the yellow, westbound 3580, tracy into dublin, 46 minutes, damage is done, dub will into mission boulevard in the green at 16. 101 and cupertino, just 16 minutes. >> alexis, thank you. it has been a bult year in the headlines for mark zuckerberg, could today be the narrative? >> the facebook founder takes another stab at privacy. we are live in san jose, uncer. >> reporter: good morning, guys, if you think of last year's conference, that was the start
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of the cambridge analytica conference. mark zuckerberg, we are talking instagram, what's app, messenger, he wants to change social media. for users, that means privacy. >> that means he has to address the privacy, especially as a social media giant comes off years of privacy and security scandals and as facebook faces billions in fines from the sec and regulators, zuckerberg offered huge specifics of what he will say, he has been talking about a new vision, which includes more encrypted messaging, which is a shift towards greater privacy. even if users have more private clerks it doesn't mean less data collection. facebook's multi-billion advertising strategy depends on people giving up personal information and there are hur e hurdl hurdles, police propaganda and hate speech. facebook is seeing a decline in
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growth. they think there is about 2.3 billion who log on to facebook once a month, zuckerberg will take the stage at 7:00 a.m. now a live desk update with jessica cast ro. >> now to big international news this morning, the japanese emperor abdicating the throne. his son will begin his reign at midnight. the emperor makes history to end free of war, that's notable. the emperor has expressed hope his son will bring quote peace and happy ness to the world." a family is demanding answers after asking killed in a shooting spree. the suspect shot and killed three people in berkeley, oakland and san francisco, the man suspected in all three murders was captured in nebraska. stephon jefferson apologized in a court hearing yesterday. >> first and foremost, i want to
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apologize to the city and the people that was involved with the fiasco involving me. >> jefferson is accused of shooting a deputy sheriff in south lake tahoe friday. the family says there is no apology enough for them. he died after being shot in berkeley's people's park. >> why him? why would you come up and shoot him like this? why? i wants to know why. who can tell me why? you know, senseless. >> they believe le killed laron davis in san francisco and marcus jackson in oakland. 5:05. a man accused of killing four people at a synagogue is due in court today, 19-year-old john earnest will be held on murder and attempted murder. he killed people at the chabad synagogue, yesterday his parents issued a statement saying the i
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a tack makes him quote a part of the history of evil perpetrated on jewish people for centuries. governor gavin newsom is offering more, he will set aside $15 million to help faith based strengthen security. the funding will be available to other at-risk groups, including the lbgt community. former vice president and presidential hopeful joe bind is at the head of running for the white house. >> reporter: good morning, i wrapped up a wide ranging interview with joe biden and his wife dr. jill biden. here is your gma first look. in moving forward and deciding to run, you reached out to anita hill. she has recently said when asked if it was an apology you had extended. she said, no, i cannot be
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satisfied by simply saying i'm sorry what happened to you. i will be satisfied when i know there is real change and real accountability and real purpose. >> i think that's what she told me. i was grateful she took the call. >> professor, do you swear to tell the truth and nothing else under god? >> i do. >> i take responsibility she did not get treated well. i take responsibility for that. >> reporter: no question was off the table. i'll see you thenthen all right. let's take a look outside, you see a nice blanket of clouds from our exploratorium camera at pier 15. >> that is keeping us milder this morning. temperatures are running better than yesterday. we're seeing a lot of 50 there are places in cal as to ga, if
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-- calistoga, 40s. we got the same thing, low-to-mid-50s. san jose, san carlos at 55, san francisco, daily city at 51. here's a look i should say at the exploratorium. let's see if i can change that, get the right unone up there that will be your traffic camera, isn't it? sorry about that, got the wrong input there. out and about breezy spots, mainly grey today after some mist this morning, all right, let's take a quick look at our neighborhood temperatures in the peninsula, the sun shine, breakout at 11:00. you will hang out in the mid-60s this afternoon, one other look, we go back to the east bay, where we should be well into the 70s, look at those upper 60s with sunshine at 9:00. all right, let's go back to
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alexis. >> you can't see it's starting to get busy at the toll plaza. heavy traffic out of tracy. we had a crash at grant line road. >> that is fully off the shoulder, 19 miles an hour once you get past that on to 3580. there you go, car pool lanes are opened at this point. as soon as i receive official word there, i will pass that o'lang, it looks like you have backup here at this point. >> thank you. the bay area is committed to a better area. >> that means cleaning up. >> they have more deep steam cleaning of sidewalks, more used needle containers, locks for garbage bins to keep people from rum annualing through trash and dumping it on the sidewalks. more pit stops, the department of public works will spend the e
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spend more than $72 million this year. we want to hear about building a better bay area on facebook. >> google says they're committed to the zap center. the tech giant planned center on a site. at west end and clara street. many advocates have expressed fears that google's project would one group says it is cautiously optimistic about google's intention. south bay leaders and homeless advocates are calling on the biggest employers in the silicon valley to battle homelessness. >> they hosted a meeting to share success stories and focus on new solutions to homelessness. part of that is focusing on preventing evictions with
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financial aid. >> it's whether it's helping people with a security deposit or a few months of rent, getting cash in their hands quickly and legal aid for eviction proceedings. >> we know we got to build more housing. we need more housing particularly at the lowesting in leve levels. >> san jose once had the lowest encampment. amazon's smart assistant is about to get even smarter. the upgrade for alexa coming later this year. >> speaking of smart. the natio luckily, her dorm is about 10 minutes from a hotel by wyndham. ashley's meeting all her in-laws, and she's about 10 minutes from a hotel by wyndham. jeff is flying to.... oh never mind. but hey, 10 minutes from a wyndham.
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. the time is 5:14, if you are just joining us, number one opening statements are set to begin in the ghostship trial. these two face counts of involuntary manslaughter. a man who shot up a synagogue is expected in court today. number three is breaking news here at the live desk. a military coup happening in venezuela. opposition forces trying to oust venezuela's president. i'm tracking the very latest. i will have an update in the next hour.
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>> facebook and founder mark zuckerberg will give a keynote address. zuckerberg may mention some of the major issues confronting facebook. number 5 overnight, a west wind of 18 miles an hour, golden gate to 30. fairfield, that means cooler weather with sunshine. we will be averaging napa at 70. everybody a degree below average in the 60s and 70s. number six, the commute, i don't have major issues. southbound 680 around north main, that has cleared up. concord in the green in nine minutes. vice preside vice presidential candidate joe biden is sitting down right here on abc 7. happening today a celebration for a clean power milestone in san francisco. the public works commission will host a molecule mob.
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they will show you how green power is reducing greenhouse gas emissions. residents are getting renewable energy through clean power sf. the agency meets 80% of the electricity demand in the city. today's event starts at 11:00 a.m. in embarcadero plaza. >> here at the live deck, i am tracking things in venezuela, breaking news there i want to get to this story. it's brand-new at 5:00 a.m., a new study is saying girls score better than boys at tech and engineering classes, now, that's the biggest headline coming from the nation's report card, it was released this morning from the national assessment of educational progress. the report shows that girls are out performing boys in stem classes, also shows that male students are more likely to take those types of courses, 61% of boys take one stem class compared to 53% of girls, back to you. >> interesting, thank you, jess
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kampblts amazon's alexa will soon be able to speak spanish here in the united states, amazon launched a new voice model yesterday. in a few months, they plan on rolling out support. alexa speaks several languages world wide. developers could already write skills in spanish for spain and mexico. you are never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. an apology so many times for that story. >> yeah. >> all right. guys. we'll take a look at what's going on outside, looking at your accuweather forecast. the forecast has changed a little bit sunday. we've got a chance of some light showers. so let's take a look. faster sunshine, cooler breezes. a warming trend, it gets
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this weekend with that chance of showers rolling in extensive at 7:00 in the morning. we got a dry cold front. notice it cleans us out much quicker. there could be a regeneration of clouds along the coast. that's why you are in the low- to mid-60s from half moon bay, santa cruz into san francisco, inland, for the game tonight, going over there game two of the clippers and warriors, 61 at 7:30, coming out, 56 degrees, tonight will be a cool night, mid-40s to 50 degrees. we'll get a nice rebound tomorrow, look at those temperatures, wednesday, thursday into friday, we'll touch 80 inland, 60 at the coast. that's as warm as it gets, alexis. >> good morning, mike. taking a live look. we have fought gotten official word the metering lights are on.
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it definitely looks like they will be if they're not already. car pool lanes are opened. that's about it so far this morning. taking you out to the central valley. if you get out of tracy 205, 8 miles an hour, 15 miles an hour once you make it to [ no audio figure skate i
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believe we were going southbound in the green in 52 minutes, highway 1 in los gatos, that's in the green as well, just about 24 minutes. now, if you are going to be in san francisco today you make may hear loud sirens, officials will conduct test there is for the second day in a row. they will trig ter alarm. the transit center has been closed since september. investigators are still looking into why beams cracked. >> the images are heart breaking, the damage is expensive. >> last night 5,000 people showed out in a show of solidarity in a concert. abc 7 news reporter kate larsen has the story. >> reporter: with song and strength, a choir grace fill the
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sound of resilience. the solidarity concert for notre dame comes two weeks after the world famous parisian caught fire. >> in the midst of our dismay, messages of support from california came to remind us that in our love for this mother we have a sister, san francisco. the paris of the west. >> reporter: he is on argueennist at notre dame. >> i was in mass when the first alarm ran in the cathedral. it was terrible. as you can imagine, we were all very frustrated. >> reporter: he evacuated notre dame the day of the fire. he has not been back inside since. he went this weekend to play at grace's concert. >> it's touching to see so many people around the world,
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especially here in the united states touched by this catastrop catastrophe. >> i caught myself choking up several times, beautiful, beautiful music. >> reporter: she drove from danville with her daughter for the event, it was attended by thousands. >> this was important to show solidarity. >> reporter: kate larsen, nbc 7 news. >> good to see so many people show up for that puppies found in a dumpster, on a road to recovery. we j an update on those. >> a popular exhibit has officially closed. the animals will you no longer
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minutes this afternoon. >> thank you. we have an update on puppies found in a dumpster in california. they are healthy as ever now, they have opened their eyes, take a look. six of the seven puppies found survived. a woman in coachella faces animal cruelty charges in this pace. the san diego zoo habitat is officially closed. the two remaining pandas will be returned. they were on loan as a part of the program to boost the country's giant panda population. a third panda went back in october. the other two were supposed to leave on saturday. the zoo extended that by two days because of support by patrons. >> we are focusing on issues that impact all of us. the goldman environmental prize ceremony recognizes six people who have gone above and beyond to protect the earth. ♪ we shall overcome
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>> and that is bay area native michael franci. he spoke with rush. this year's winners included linda garcia for her work to stop construction of an oil terminal in washington and alfred brownau for work in liberi liberia. the other winners hailed from among gol la, the cook islands, macedonia and chile. we have their profiles at abc7news.com. we want to hear your ideas about building a better bay area. share them on our building a better bay area on facebook. we will be back with more news including how much you have to wait until a subway is opened in san francisco. a jury has been selected and the ghost ship trial is set to start. what does the defense attorney
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think about this? we have that coming up next. medicare for all finally up for discussion. the meeting house democrats plan to hold today. a live look
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making news right now at 35:30. the ghost ship trial finally beginning. it comes after two years of local motions, a botched plea deal and courtroom drama. a terror plot thwarted in california. what we know about the man this morning. in china town, another delay in opening the central subway. >> will that thing actually open? >> you are never more than 7 minutes away from your accuweather forecast.
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>> hi, everybody, here's a look at live doppler 7. i've overlaid the winds, you can see they are all pointings towards the central. it's bringing a little mist to thecoest this morning. watch auto for that definitely clouds everywhere, mostly cloudy here at san jose, 280 at 17 as you can see. here's the 12-hour planner, we are milder, 47 to 53. we will see faster sunshine, the breezes will bring in cooler conditions. we stay in the 50s at the coast. mid-60s at noon. we hit the upper 60s at 1:00, 2:00, drop down into the mid-60s, barely 60 by 7:00 so be prepared for a cool evening. alexis. good morning, mike. we are taking a look at one new issue in the east bay. eastbound 92 past 880, a little closer to experion, there are some types of debris. calls say it appears to be rocks.
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it looks like a semi lost a part of its load. i don't think we will see major delays. here's a live look at san rafael. no delays on southbound 101, slowly starting to see our volumes fill in, in all the usual spots. happening today, more than two years after the buyer that killed 36 people. >> the jury of mostly women was sworn in yesterday. amy hollyfield is live for us in the newsroom tracking it all. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, reggie, hundreds of witnesses are expected in this trial. including one of the defendants is planning to take the stand in his defense. they face 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter for the fire in the fruitvale district warehouse in oakland. the theme of their defense will be the building was never read tagged and they were never told the warehouse was unsafe. people are living in the warehouse, at the time of the fire attending a party on the
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second floor and many could not escape. the jury for this trial was selected yesterday. the defense says the panel looks go good. >> we are reminded the jury that was selected, it's a beautiful cross section of all races dominated by women, nine women, three men. >> here sa look at the victims of this fire. their loved ones have been a strong presence in the courtroom leading up to this point, giving such emotional testimony in one hearing the judge rejected a plea deal the defendant had agreed to. the judge said no one can wear but tons or tee-shirts showing support for the defendants. they could distract the jury. opening arguments are expected to take two days. this trial, it can last months. >> now an abc 7 news live desk update. this morning, we are hearing
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from the brother of an army veteran accused of plotting a bombing if southern california. dork domingo was planning to detonate two pressure cooker bombs at a rally. they were made by an accomplice, who was really an fbi under cover act. he made contact two months ago. his brother says he converted to sunni islam about a year ago. >> he allegedly purchased several hundred 3-inch long nails to be used in iuds as shrapnel specifically because they were long enough to penetrate the human body and puncture internal organs. >> investigators say he became a radicalized muslim. he viewed his planned attack as ret rebution. if convicted, he faces up to 15
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years in prison. this morning, jill biden and joe biden sat down for interviews. biden revealed a 2020 motto is make america moral again. he wants to end the division across the country. the former vice president addressed accusations he behaved inappropriately towards women in the past. >> it's my responsibility to be more sensitive to whether or not someone wants me to reassure them or wants the sale or wants to sow affections, that's my responsibility. >> going forward, he's going to have to be a better judge of when people approach him how he will react. >> the bidens will be campaigning, you can watch more on "good morning america" at 7:00 right after abc 7 morning,. happening today, house democrats will hold the first hearings for medicare for all.
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this comes as they make universal healthcare more than 100 other democrats have signed on to co-sponsor that bill. they are promoting long term detention they allow a long-term detention and urges reaching an agreement with mexico to have long-term asylum seekers wait in in mexico. he is proposing charging migrants a fee president trump will meet with capitol hill's top two democrats at the white house. nancy pelosi and senate majority chuck seumer will talk about the crumbling infrastructure. their last meeting in december
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turned into a showdown that was caught on camera. >> let's take a look at neighborhood temperatures, 46 if los gatos, cupertino 49, sunny veil 48. everybody else is low- to mid-50s. we have 54 at newark, napa, alameda 56 degrees. here's a look. it's cloudy, as we look towards the west and people driving towards the peninsula there, that's the thing for your commute driving wise, mass transit, chilly, comfy, breeze just at times, we're stuck in the 50s in the north bay, near 60s at noon, a few lie clouds and sunshine 11:00 sunny, 60.
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we'll hang out in the mid-60s this afternoon, if you are going to oracle arena for the warriors game, 58 degrees at 7:00. here we are in san francisco, where we will start in the low 50s, cloudy conditions. sunshine and upper 50s we will have a slight chance of a shower sunday. i will show you that, first alexis is here to show you all the hot spots this morning. >> yeah, there aren't too many of them. we are looking live at the bay bridge toll plaza. so pretty typical time and typical backup there. flipping over to our traffic maps. good news, that breeze, just past 880, that already has cleared. chp game through the area. whatever that semi lost, they were able get it out of the roadway. a check of drive times, southbound, 101.
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golden gate bridge. 15 across the bay bridge and westbound 92, san mateo bridge in the green, should take you just about 16 minutes. new developments in the saga of san francisco's central subway. muni says it hopes to hop in december of this year. but the examiner reports, muni told officials at a progress report at the central subway will open in 2020. the original plan was last year. san francisco is looking for a new transit leader, ed riskin is stepping down. he announced his resignation four days after a subway melt down that left sthous of riders stuck. it capped equipment failures and problems with the light rail vehicles. his announcement coincided with a call for mayor breed for a national search to find a new
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director. breed says they need a director to restore trust in the system. living in a car in san francisco could seen be illegal. the safe parking program has final approval. according to chronicle, the program would create a triage center. people would be able to park their car or rv overnight and having a says to showers and bathrooms and would provide services to help people find other housing options, once approved, the city has to propose a site for the program in the next three months. it's not your usual agent. why this beluga whale may be trained by the russian navy. now pickleball players will have a permanent place too play on t -- to play on the peninsula. good morning to our viewers, if you are on the go, you can take abc morning, with you, get take abc morning, with you, get up to the minute introducing my new spicy chicken strips combo.
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we had thunder snow in the northwestern part of the state. >> that will translate into rain we had some showers around so cal, they're cooler than us, 61 today in eureka. here's a look at tahotahotahotao snow melt. >> breaking news right now. a could attempt is under way from venezuela. this is earlier, leader called for a military overthrow. he says it's his final attempt, posting a video earlier this morning, keling soldiers to take
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to the streets. as you know i speak spanish. he was also asking for public servants on the streets. there are supporters on both sides the concern sit could be deadly. i want to read this, the president, in fact, moments ago shutting down all public transit, so you have these people on the streets, i will be watching this throughout the morning, back to you, reggie. >> thank you, jessica. >> there may be a glimmer of bay area home fell slightly a compared to march of last year. the average price is $830,000. down a tenth of a percent. it is worth noting, it is the first time we've seen a year
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over year drop, analysts say home sales haven't been slowing since summer when emergency rates spiektd. >> one of san francisco's expensive homes have he it the market. it was inspired by the palace of versailles, it's a national historic landmark. >> that means it actually survived the 1906 earthquake. the nearly 18,000 square foot home has 20 rooms, fin bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, listing price just $30 million. it is a quarter to 6:00. in the east bay, a man o'cuesed of raming a carjacked car into a pre school is expected to make his first court appearance. he flew at 86th avenue and 8th street last thursday. prosecutors claim jonathan garcia smashed into the building several times, witnesses say she warned others at the school about what was happeng, possibly preventing more
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injuries. building a better bay area involves considering a compromise, in palo alto, seniors and kids are playing pickleball. enthusiasts spent two years pushing for permanent courts at the park. tennis players have pushed back. the city's park and rec commission backed the plan to accommodate everybody. >> we scaled it back. we're converting the one to pickleball and building two new courts. it fosters the community. some may not have be doing it during the day. >> they will have permanent nets and everything. if approved construction should be done in augu >> the pickleball faction. >> it got heated. i'm flood we're finding a way to
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do it. >> what's going on? hi, everybody. it's mostly cloudy. about 55 degrees. mostly sunny this afternoon, below average highs. a stout sea breeze. a chance of showers, i'm tracking for sunday. let's look at how quickly the cloud go away, along the coast some clouds will redevelop in the afternoon hours you can't get rid of them. 62 at san francisco, 65 in santa cruz, for most of the bay, you can see a lot of mid- to upper-60, richland, oakland. we have upper 60s to hope 70s in our inland neighborhoods. notice the lack of clouds. they will be out there.
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that's why we're in the mid-40s, you may have to use the heater tonight. tomorrow, definitely not in the afternoon hours. away from the coast. low- to upper-70s, a nice rebound. mid-70s to fear 80 thursday and friday, 60s at the coast. we start a cooling trend sunday. that's our next coolest day. alexis. >> good morning, mike. it has been a really quiet morning. we don't have that much to complain about. >> that is long gone, about 9 miles an hour. 580, stop and go for several miles, san jose 101 and 980. traffic starting to fill in. same thing for mass transit. 35 bart transit service, no delays. one of three on time, the capital corridor, no delays.
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>> hewlett packard will celebrate the global headquarters. the information technology company will be in the dribb drb they will house more than a thousand workers. marriott wants a piece of airbnb's busy, the hotel giant will be taking reservations for 2,000 rental hopes and europe and latin america. marriott targeting families and groups, prices range from $2 a night to $10,000 for a full scottish castle. hmm, airbnb opening a hotel in new york. a lot of talk about a bewill you fwa whale that might be a spy. let me explain. it bumped into the waters off norway. you see it's wearing something around its head, neck? a melon. apparently, those are gopro
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. check out these breezes blowing in today. this is 11:00. you see 10, 15, 25 miles at the coast. they pick up as we head into the afternoon hours, a little breezier and cooler yesterday arc little more sunshine >> thank you. san francisco's fire chief is getting ready to say good-bye. she was honored in the city's financial district yesterday. on her retirement, she will become the longest serving fire chief. hayes white is considering writing a book about her experience. she will be a guest on mid-day live today at 11:00 a.m. right after "the view." in the east bay, the community has spoken when it comes to body art. pittsburgh police officers will be aloud to show their tattoos. >> they announced a policy change, until now they have
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cover tattoos with a long sleeve shirt or a covering ban. more than 1,000 weighed in, 94% said, yeah, show the tattoos. in the north bay, a mountain lion got around the plaza yesterday. state wild life officers shot the cat and released it into the wilderness, witnesses say police kept people in nearby buildings inside and they blocked off the streets. >> there were a lot of officers all around the streets and they were like don't get any closer, i looked around, i knew as long as i can out run a few people around me i'd be okay. >> wait a second. people around me? building a better area. they say the mountain lion was a cub and probably local and
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searching for territory it can call home. >> it describes many millennial's. >> i seen a all you have to do is find someone slower than you. >> i guess so a good policy for sure. we are looking live at our only slow spots this morning. they have been on a half an hour. s everyone has the typical wait unless you are using car pool lanes. those are looking good. mass transit, bart, san francisco line now has a ten minute delay in the sfo and daily city, crews are out there trying to fix that now. bouncing back. tonight 6:45, early start, 57, a
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chilly 54 by the end of the game. if you will be on the other side, you know, get behind the team with the bigger ba ul that bounces, the playoff after a chippy first game. i can't wait to see how this plays out. before that, mid-60s if you are walking in, 56 when you are walking out. here's a look at our temperatures, you see rebound tomorrow, mid- to upper-70s show up, in our inland neighborhoods. we're getting to near 70 around the bay, cool at san francisco, mid-60s friday, mid-80s, a little of a summer spread for a couple of our warmest days this week. >> thanks, mike. millions watch the "game of thrones" episode. the 82 minute titled the long night delivered more than 7.8 million tweets. >> that is the most ever for a scripted tv show. early estimates show about 17 million of you watch "game of
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thrones." that includes people streaming the show. the warriors hope to go up two games to none over the rockets tonight. game two expected to be another intense matchup after sunday night's close loss to golden state. it was revealed houston compiled a list of fouls that the team says were not called by the refs last year in game sevens loss. they communicated that to nba officials. it documents 81 missed calls and houston says that cost them the championship. >> coming up atf:00, the thai cave rescue that captured the world's attention is officially coming to tv, where you can watch the new mini series. >> this is what you normally
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>> let's take a look outside today. >> starting off mostly cloudy. pretty dry on live doppler 7. let's show you what it looks like in san rafael. not a lot of fog to talk about either. what you will see is a day not quite as warm as it should be. we're 47 to about 53 at 7:00. you can see we stayed in the 50s while we hit the mid-60s. we warm with that extra sunshine it will be breezier today. all right. 7:00, temperatures are nearing the 50s. grab a jacket. >> not too much to worry about. we have had a quiet start here, so no complaints, we are starting to see our typical areas fill in as you expect into the 6:00 hour. one is westbound 92. we are definitely starting to see a lot of brake lights. no blocking

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