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time. jobina fortson, abc 7 news. the controversial citywide ipo tax. san francisco supervisor gordon maher says the board of supervisors is supporting his propos proposal. he introduced it on tuesday. he said inequality could worsen with other tech companies in san francisco set to go public in the coming months. his proposal would restore a 1.5% tax on compensation, the same paid prior to 2012 when san francisco began offering tax breaks. if you're just waking up to us we'll check in with your weather and see what your traffic is like. we start with mike nicco. hi, everybody. i want to start with the winds. they're not as fast as they have been the sea breeze is relaxing. let's see how the day plans out.
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we're starting off with temperatures just about the same. not hearing any reports of drizzle out there. in fact, mostly cloudy at 7:00. low to upper 50s. we're already near 70 around our ba near 60 at the coast. we'll be at 60 at the coast but mid to upper 70s. 73 to 77. that's warmer than yesterday. and a gorgeous evening on tach. look at this, if you're heading out at 7:00, adjust for temperatures in the mid to upper 60s. we'll see if the weekend will hold true to this forecast coming up. first back to alexis. good morning, mike. take you now to the east bay where it does sound like we had a disabled vehicle possibly blocking one lane, highway 24 just before the tunnel. everything is looking okay there. a wait in the cash lanes on the left side. no metering lights yet that should happen closer to 5:20. stakes are higher than ever
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in president trump's trade war with china. new tariffs kicked in overnight. they're more than double what we had yesterday on $200 billion worth of goods. both nations trying to negotiate a new trade deal. the tariffs are 5% this morning. that means you'll pay more for products made in china. president trump says it's a win either way. we either get a new deal or reap the benefits in tariffs. >> i'm different than a lot of people. i happen to think tariffs for our country are very powerful. >> talks between the two sides will resume in washington this morning. the trade war is driving financial markets down. the dow closed down 138 points yesterday. the chinese government is vowing to retaliate but it has not said how yet. on the peninsula a college sports team from hawaii is supposed to be focused only on
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their game at stanford this afternoon. instead, they're facing a big distraction. someone stole their passports and thousands of dollars in equipment. abc 7 news reporter amanda del castillo shows us what happened. >> reporter: pieces of shattered glass in this parking lot along hamilton avenue mark the spot two team vans were broken into wednesday night. the university of hawaii's women's water polo team was only blocks away having dinner at wahl burgers. they returned to this, broken glass, bags gone. >> all their equipment, passports for the international players, the coaches' computers, players' computers, media persons' cameras, everything. >> reporter: molly is the goalkeeper for the traveling team. she says the timing couldn't be worse. it's the end of a successful season and the end of a busy school year. >> they're students. they had their schoolwork in there. they're taking finals on the road. now they're not just out their equipment for the game, they're out their school stuff they need to complete their finals. >> reporter: the university's
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athletic director estimates between $5,000 to $10,000 of equipment and belongings were boosted from the team vans. besides preparing for friday's game, the team is scrambling to replace passports. >> the good thing is no one got hurt. this could be so much worse. these are things that are replaceable and we'll work on what we can do to replace it. >> reporter: palo alto police are investigating the theft. they've explained the process will take time because of the number of victims. >> it's distressing. it's so horrible and sad that this could happen. these girls have worked so hard. >> reporter: an employee at a nearby business says their car was targeted in the same lot. the university of hawaii, they are sending someone out with caps and suits for the team ahead of friday's game n. palo alto, i'm amanda del castillo, abc 7 news. in the east bay two people are recovering after being shot on interstate 580. they were driving eastbound near 164th avenue in san leandro when someone fired shots from a passing car yesterday.
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chp closed the highway to search for evidence. the two victims were taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries, and investigators are trying to determine what led up to the gunfire. in the south bay a man has life threatening injuries after a triple shooting in san jose. police say two other victims were also taken to a hospital with at least one gunshot wound each. the shooting happened yesterday afternoon. police are still investigating what led up to that shooting. repair work on the sales force transit center in san francisco is finished, but it may be a month before we see it reopen. workers have finished bolting plates. transit leaders will wait for the work to be inspected before announcing a reopening date. in the meantime contractors will be reinstalling lighting panels and other equipment. the $2.2 billion transit hub was only open for six weeks before it closed in august.
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the warriors are in houston for tonight's game six. kevin durant is not with the team because he's recovering from the mild calf strain. he got hurt after a jump shot in game five on wednesday night. the initial fear was a torn achilles tendon. the team says he will be evaluated in a week, but the strain usually takes about one to two weeks to heal. if the warriors lose tonight they will return to oracle arena for game seven. abused and tossed in the trash. me meet hope, the puppy beating the odds. it is a simple parking lot now but it could soon change the lives of hundreds of people on the peninsula. k-pop fan frenzy takes over the south bay. bts who? >> this is really a thing. we are living in a cultural moment of boy bands? >> i've never even heard of the band. i was this many years old. >> it's all ahead. first, it is 4:36 and time to check in with mike nicco.
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>> are we back in the '90s? >> everything that is old is new again, but it's korean this time. >> oh, okay. it has a different flavor. i like that. temperatures mid to upper 50s. let's take a look elsewhere. san francisco 55 along with san carlos. we have vallejo at 53. oakland, mountain view and san jose, 57 to 58 degrees. a look at a dry bay bridge. haven't been able to say that for most of the week. drier and brighter commute, cool to warm on mass transit. the ferry will be breezy. extra sunshine, look at temperatures still in the 50s at 7:00 in the north bay. on our way to upper 70s this afternoon. how about the east bay, yeah, seeing a touch of 70s here, also, we'll hit the 60s. notice how much quicker the sunshine comes out. san francisco will have to wait a little bit longer, 10:00,
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11:00 before the clouds break up. that's more sunshine than we had yesterday. we'll hit the low to mid-60s this afternoon. take a look at mother's day weekend coming up, even if you're going to the sierra, they can still ski in a couple of resorts. alexis, good morning. good morning. we have a handful of smaller issues. nothing that's causing a huge backup yet although we are hearing of a new problem northbound 101 before you get to cesar chavez. sounds like a disabled vehicle was blocking one lane. we got a note that all are blocked. hopefully that's a short thing. looks like a little bit heavy from the 280 split. if you want to fully avoid take 280 into the city. tracy into dublin. dublin to mission boulevard in the green at 14. no delays northbound 85 between highway 101 and
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to simone, i leave the van gogh. to harrison, the wine collection. 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. with love, california.
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45ilpeur yote ave 8,000 feet.dip into tahoeup 6though as you look at with t clouds hanging around. r the weend. a chance of storms but just a speaking of storms, take a look at this brand-new video from overnight where investigators say it was a lightning strike that sparked a mansion fire. flames engulfed the mansion in friendswood, 25 miles south of houston. firefighters had a tough time battling this thing. they couldn't put up their ladders because of lightning in the area and decided to let this burn. the home was a popular event center known as the white house ranch. donations are pouring in for a tortured puppy found in a
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dumpster in coachella. the puppy is doing okay. someone found him in a plastic bag with its tail cut off and bad burn marks. they have named the puppy hope. a go fund me raised more than $8,000 for the care. we have a link on our website this incident comes weekssenupp another coachella dumpster. we cover areas that are ongoing. check for updates and look for solutions. something seems to be working, safe parking sites for people who live in their cars and soon one of these could be coming to the south bay. anser hassan shows us were not everyone is putting out the welcome mat. >> folks who live in a car, they drive to work but they want a safe place to come back to.
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>> reporter: that place could be this parking lot. on tuesday the city voted to lease the land from the vta to build affordable housing. the project to get going.ars fo- in the short term they plan to use this lot for parking. >> what if they were your kids? >> reporter: this man says even temporary solutions help the hundreds who are currently living out of their cars and rvs on mountain view streets. >> it is a high cost place to live and we have people making the decision to live in a vehicle. >> reporter: under the proposal people can park from 7:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. those who park have to register with the city and work with a caseworker. just across the street businesses oppose it. >> i think it would be too big of a task for them to handle. >> reporter: mike has run the center for more than 30 years and is sympathetic to the growing homeless problem but
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believes even if monitored there the mayor says they have to limit the number to about 20 due to health and safety concerns. in mountain view, anser hassan, abc 7 news. is there a safe parking site where you live? should there be? share your experience by joining our better bay area facebook group. labor leaders will talk about why they're opposing the park. it will create 2,000 construction jobs. the labor counsel represents 135 labor unions and 135,000 workers across the county. another labor group, though, opposes the howard terminal location. that group thinks the ballpark would kill jobs by eliminating docks. fans welcome nct 127 to san
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theolls offtongue, t ? peming on "good morning america" last month. one concert goer traveled from the central valley. she and her friends were in line for hours before the doors opened at city national civic. k-pop is having a moment. bts played to a sold-out crowd at oracle. 127 plays again tonight. you have to hand it to them, they are styled, each of them has a look and a personality. i mean, yeah. >> hey, mike. >> what is going on on the peninsula. if you look at the lpga, most of the top women golfers now are from south korea. interesting. >> very interesting. that's not the graphic i wanted but a sneak preview of
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tomorrow sharks game, game one with the st. louis blues. we're starting off in the mid-70s and dropping down to about 60 degrees by the end of the game. so we move on to the western conference finals. if we can get our warriors to do the same. my goodness, i think my computer overslept this morning. it's cloudy this morning, 56 degrees. faster sunshine, warmer temperatures. sunshine in the afternoon, comfortable conditions this mother's day weekend. a seasonal sky and temperatures next week. 72 in milpitas. 70 to 75 on the peninsula. low to mid-60s along the coast into downtown san francisco. upper 60s in south san francisco and sausalito. look at the upper 70s to low 80s. what a reversal up in the north bay this afternoon. nice and comfortable, upper 60s to low 70s along the east bay shore. as we move into the valleys, mid-70s to a few 80s out highway
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4. tonight's temperatures will drop back down into the 50s. not quite as much cloud cover as this morning. there may be drizzle near the coast and up in the north bay. my accuweather seven-day forecast, look at mother's day. 80 inland. 58 at the coast. we'll take a greater look at that up next. we had a disabled vehicle. they had all traffic stopped the last time we were looking at this. they totally cleared it. everyone is moving through. we just had a tiny delay from 280 for a brief moment and that has cleared out. a quick check, road work wrapping up in 15 minutes. not seeing a significant delay. everything is looking good. there are questions how uber stock will perform.
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nike has a new tool to you a super accurate measurement of your foot. in today's "tech bytes" uber going public. >> the company debuts on wall street with shares priced at $45 each. that gives uber a value of $82 billion. a warning sign, shares of uber rival lyft are down nearly 25% since its ipo. facebook is responding to its co-founder's call to break up the company. >> chris hughes says ceo mark zuckerberg has turned facebook in a monopoly and called for the regulation of internet companies. he's been vague what kind of regulation he favors. nike has a new high-tech way to measure your feet. >> it's called nike fit. after mapping your feet, users are offered best fit recommendation. nike believes it will help 60% of people likely wearing the wrong shoe. >> i need a better fit.
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>> you can't see our hands. >> what? >> they're trying it on a friday. pete buttigieg in california making a campaign swing. what he'll be doing today. blue bottle is issuing a recall. what might happen if you try to open a can of its coffee beans. jeff bezos and an
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it's a special friday night at the coliseum. hip-hop fireworks as the indians
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take on our a's. we took two of three from their neighbors to the south, cincinnati. 64 degrees at 6:37. you'll want that blanket or coat by the time the fireworks are going off. have fun. thanks, mike. happening today south bend mayor pete buttigieg will barnstorm the bay area with five events. here is video of the hopeful campaigning in l.a. with mayor garcetti. today buttigieg will start his day in palo alto and will have an afternoon fund-raiser at security company liver ramp and one is open to the public at the regency ballroom in san francisco. i say it's open to the public but you can't go because tickets are sold out. 4:53. blue bottle coffee is recalling all varieties of its coffee cans saying there is a problem with the lids. there have been 13 reports so far of the lid detaching rapidly with force when opened causing them to explode outward. one was injured with a cut to
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the finger. customers who are unopened cans can return for a full refund. a bill that would ban police from using facial recognition and buy metric scanners in body worn cameras has cleared a big hurdle. it was passed yesterday. the bill is the works of san francisco assemblyman who says the cameras are not meant to be used as rolling surveillance systems. this bill comes as san francisco and oakland consider banning facial recognition technology altogether. let's take a look at what's going on tomorrow. we wake up and you see cloud cover along the north bay and the coast. as we head into the afternoon, even the coast will see a little sunshine before the clouds start to return as the sun sets around 7:00 to 8:00. making breakfast for mom in bed, everything will be quiet. a little sunshine along the coast. a whole lot everywhere else and temperatures that are going to be really comfortable.
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let me show you my day planner forecast. you can plan out the day. we wake up low to mid-50s with clouds and low fog in the morning. we're in the mid to upper 60s by noon, and look at these temperatures at 4:00 in the afternoon. picnic weather 72 to 80. maybe you do dinner for mother's day. it's still going to be in the mid-50s to upper 60s by 7:00. have a great weekend. here is alexis. a live look at the toll plaza, so far so good. we do have a little wait in the cash lanes. that is about it. car-pool lanes are open and no metering lights yet. overall we are looking friday light this morning. and looking ahead to this weekend, a quick note to pass along, concord to pleasant hill. b.a.r.t. tracks will be closed replacing nearly 50-year-old tracks through that stretch so a bus bridge all weekend and that is in place again dwen the concord and pleasant hill stations all day saturday and sunday so that will add time to your trip. amazon ceo jeff bezos is
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laying out his plans for colonizing space starting with the moon showing off the lunar lander for the first time yesterday. it's called blue moon. bezos wants to get to the moon by 2024. his ultimate goal to help humanity expand across the solar system with more than a trillion people living and working in space. bezos started blue origin in 2000 and invests more than $1 billion every year. it has happened again, for a second straight day bay area firefighters were called into action to rescue a fawn that had fallen into a storm drain. this photo was posted on instagram yesterday. we're told the baby is back with mom. that rescue comes a day after a rookie firefighter pulled this fawn to safety after it had fallen into the storm drain in pacifica. morales squeezed, stretched, and reached into the drain managing to free it. next at 5:00 a.m., the royals on a new mission. the service william, kate, harry and meghan launched.
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the two teens accused in the colorado school shooting are due in court today. what we are learning about an anonymous call that warned of a repeat ofolbi mths ago. and concerns about mold, dry rot and mildew in an apartment complex. the complaints from people who live there and what the city plans to do about it today. let's take on the issues. let's call out the problems. >>e a trash issue here in san francisco. >> and find real solutions. let's have hard conversations. >> i feel the community has failed people of color. >> and hear one another. >> we can use words. we don't have to use our fists. >> our concerns might be different but we're in
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now at 5:00, the two colorado school shooting suspects are due in court today. what we're learning about an accident that apparently happened amidst all the chaos. good morning. welcome to friday, may 10th. >> glad you're with us. you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. that means mike nicco. let's start with live doppler 7. it's still gray. that gray doesn't extend all the way into sacramento and all the way up to the foothills like it did yesterday. we're going to have faster sunshine even though we have pretty much the same looking sky outside from the exploratorium. look what it does to our temperatures. we're in the 50s once again. by noon nearing 70. sunshine at 4:00. of course cooler at the coast with a few more clouds. if you're heading out this evening, 56 at the coast. the r


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