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take a look at your pecked forecast next. alexis, good morning. southbound 680 north of 24 not many days we can take a look and see traffic moving along without any issues. we have not had any major problems. if you're using mass transit that is looking good as well. b.a.r.t., 43 trains in service, no delays. ace 1, 3, and 5 out on time. no delays for san francisco bay ferry. breaking news happening in the east bay. a suspected arsonist under arrest after apparently setting a series of fires all over dublin overnight. this is just outside of a printing company. what you're seeing on the ground is burned recycling material. the owner said he received a
call this morning saying his building was on fire. he was told someone was setting fires around the city including a car. the owner says police were able to capture a speck but only after a high speed chase. we're still trying to confirm all of the information with dublin police department. as for the printing business, again, another live look. the owner tells us the fire burned the side of the building there and there is water damage. he will open once the power gets turned back on this morning. back to you. >> jessica, thank you. happening today both suspects in the denver school shooting are back in court. >> we're also hearing from one of the hero students shot and wounded while helping to stop one of the gunmen. prosecutors are expected to file charges in the attack that killed a student and wounded eight more. 18-year-old devon erickson, who you can see there, as well as 16-year-old maya mckinney are accused of opening fire at the highlands ranch on tuesday. rep
the school of, quote, another columbine because of bullying and high pressure months before the attack. joshua jones, one of the three students who helped take down one of the gunmen spoke today on "gma." >> i saw the gunman come into the room, brandishing a weapon, saying nobody move. i saw kendrick and brendan get up and i was right there with them. it was confusing. you never expect that to happen. >> investigators believe the guns used were take friend a locked cabinet in one of their parents' homes. the fbi is working on a threat in san ramon. the threat at california high was spelled out in graffiti. 80% of students stayed home yesterday. the district says the school has received five threats just this school year. one was found on the football field, at least two others found inside bathrooms.
pittsburg police are trying to find a motive after a woman was shot at a home on warren way. she was taken to the hospital and is listed in stable condition. arrested suspects in bay point. the city of richmond will meet with tenants and building management to investigate reports of mold, dry rot and mildew. >> it is overtaking this apartment complex. abc 7 news got a firsthand look at the complex on san pablo avenue. the city of richmond's building code enforcement has cited that landlord for having mold, dampness in rooms and missing smoke detectors. >> i can't breathe. the lungs, coughing in the middle of the night. >> cough and itch. my nose runs, my eyes. >> they have contacted the millers asking them to vacate
while they make repairs. in the north bay families who lost homes in the tubbs fire are worried their new houses will never be built. the davis family accepted an offer from chiarmonte construction but the work is incomplete. they've put in $134,000. thedavises say the company wants more money. meantime subcontractors have placed liens against their house saying that they have yet to be paid by chiaramonte. >> only had seven minutes to grab my then 6-month-old and 3-year-old. there were flames everywhere. when someone comes in and telling us we'll build your home, that's all we want. >> who can blame her? sonoma county received complaints from more than 40 families about chiarmonte. 6:04. uber is gearing up to go public today. it will trade on the new york
stock exchange under the ticker uber. its price is set at $45 per share. that is on the low end of the range which might show doubt about their ability to show a profit and the disappointing stock performance by rival lyft. as part of our building a better bay area series, we focus on issues that impact you, where you live and work. fewer people are worried about riding bikes. lanes.breed wants add the mayor believes the safety depends on keeping drivers out of bike lanes. >> people who are parking or double parking in bike lanes for deliveries or pickups or what have you, we really need to crack down on that. >> traffic delays jumped more than 60% in fis tw2010 and 2016. city officials blame ride share
services like uber and lyft. you can check out our better bay area facebook group and share your ideas for building a better bay area. what you post could turn into a story on tv. if u ride b.a.r.t., get ready to pay more. the agency is warning it may need to raise fares. here is a look at walnut creek, an area that will make a run to near 80 degrees. that's not the biggest jump. look at petaluma, up to 78 after being 61 yesterday. 17 degrees warmer, even oakland 17 degrees warmer, even oakland and san francisco will be [phone ringing] remember the way we used to do things? hey man... like connect with friends? dig it! or get in shape? or sell a house and pay a real estate agent a big commission. [crash] at redfin, we charge you a 1% listing fee. and because redfin.com is america's #1 brokerage site our agents get more eyes on your home so you sell for thousands more than the one next door.
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if you're with b to head outside of san francisco, that's pretty close to where we are everywhere. fairfield cooler at 49. 57 right now in san jose. take a look at the winds. only 4 miles per hour. we're going to get more sunshine and warmer temperatures today. just watch out if you're going to be out playing on the bay. 9:00 through 3:00 tomorrow morning for winds gusting up to 25 knots, about 30 miles an hour. 8:00, clouds and 59. sunshine breaks out by 10:00. east bay, near 80 all afternoon. for the south bay sunshine and clouds at 10:00.
68 at noon and mid-70s in the afternoon hours. let's talk about the commute with alexis. >> good morning, mike. we are looking okay overall. i found a couple of our slowest spots and don't think anyone will be surprised. we did have a disabled vehicle blocking a lane on the bridge for a short time that has cleared. things are looking average. no major delays into san francisco. tracy to dublin in the yellow at about 39 minutes. 680 dublin to mission boulevard in the yellow at 25 and 101 to cupertino. next month b.a.r.t.'s board of directors will consider another fare hike when it takes up the 2020 budget which begins july 1st. fares are set to go up by 5.4% next year and the board has to decide whether to raise them again in 2022 because ridership
is falling. >> they hit their peek three years ago. so much has changed in that short amount of time. >> and they're having to make changes. >> thanks, alexis. an east bay high school seeing double. it has more than a dozen sets of twins. what it's like for these teens what it's like for these teens as they get ready to ok everyone! our mission is to provide complete, balanced nutrition for strength and energy! whoo-hoo! great-tasting ensure. with nine grams of protein and twenty-six vitamins and minerals. ensure, for streth and energy. and twenty-six vitamins and minerals. forget about vacuuming for weeks.
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welcome back. new this morning lewis farrakhan, a well-known leader of the nation of islam, defending himself. he spoke at a catholic church last night about being banned on facebook and denied he hates jewish people. he spoke at a controversial church on chicago's south side. he said he doesn't preach hate tread but spoke about satanic jews. he spoke about being in, quote, facebook jail. the church was crowded to hear him speak. we should note that the southern poverty law center that monitors hate groups across the united states describes nation of islam as a black nationalist group. he comments on everything about the facebook ban and what he's say something trending online this morning. back to you. new developments after the
notre dame cathedral fire. paris police are warning of dangerously high levels of lead in the area surrounding the cathedral. 32 to 65 times higher than the rekd limit. the areas closest to the cathedral are still closed but lead dust could have spread for blocks. hundreds of tons of lead were used to build notre dame including the church spire that burned and collapsed. a recall has been issued for an unstable dresser after a child was killed. the three drawer chest by south shore furniture poses serious risk to small children if not properly anchored to a wall. a 2-year-old child was killed after an empty set toppled over. another child was injured. 310,000 of these were sold in the u.s. owners can receive a full refund or get a free restraint kit with free installation. not many things are free when you fly anymore. delta is going to start testing free wi-fi. according to delta's website
there will be free wi-fi on only 55 flights a day starting monday. the pilot program will run for two weeks. passengers will not be able to stream anything but you'll be able to do just about everything else. delta will use customer and employee feedback to decide how to move forward. in the east bay pittsburg high school students have been discovered a fen om unanimous. >> we're talking about twins. not one or two sets but more than a dozen all in this year's graduating class. and most of them didn't realize there were so many until just recently. >> the crazy part about it is i've had classes with more than one set of twins but i've never put two and two together. >> statistically for every 200 people there should be three sets of twins. based on the class size that would mean three sets. this year there are 15. 15 sets of twins! now preparing to leave for college. many of them will be apart for the very first time. >> what are you going to miss
about her? >> our times together. we laugh at almost everything. >> i think we're ready. it's going to be hard. >> do you think you'll miss him? >> a little bit. >> do you think you'll miss him? >> just a tad. not much. >> really sweet story by wayne freedman. he asked the pittsburg high principal how so many twins ended up in the same class, and the principal said it's probably the water. >> a cute response. so, doing quick math, more than 600 kids in their class. >> that's what the math would lead to us believe. >> that's a big class. i guess that's why they haven't necessarily seen each other that much. >> that's right. we were wondering how did they miss the 15 sets of twins. >> you would think after four years in the same school, maybe longer, they would have noticed. >> i'm sad a lot of them will be split up for the first time going to college. >> good luck to them. it will be a culture change as if college isn't enough to begin with. >> right, right. let's talk about our change in the weather. hi, everybody. we're heading into mother's day weekend and have warmer weather on the way but not before delays
at sfo because of the low clouds. a little bit of mist, also. faster sunshine and because of that extra sunshine. warmer temperatures today. tonight fewer clouds. nearly seasonal conditions throughout the extended forecast. no real extremes coming our way. we go from 77. 70 to 75 on the peninsula. palo alto at 74. good morning, half moon bay. 61 in daly city. look at all the upper 70s to low 80s. you are seeing the biggest jump after being stuck in the 60s yesterday. we'll have low 70s elsewhere. as you move inland, refreshing to open the windows, 75 to 82 degrees. tonight you can see the cloud cover not quite as extensive but green in the north bay and along
the coast. a few day. we wake up cloud cover and low to mid-50s. we'll be in the 60s by noon. 70s and 80s away from the coast. some pockets of sunshine and temperatures nearing 60. here is my accuweather forecast. friday, saturday and sunday a lot alike as the marine layer will move away. a little more stout and that will shave a couple degrees off our afternoon highs. hi, alexis. >> we do have one new issue. it sounds like some type of metal debris is causing flat tires. i think we have four to five vehicles on the right shoulder with flat tires. chp is running a traffic break, heavy from state route 47. hopefully they can get them cleared as well.
north of the toll plaza, some low clouds this morning but forecast and visibility should not be an issue for you. barth tracks close so a free bus bridge will be in place all day saturday and sunday. alexis, thank you. "good morning america" coming up at 7:00 here on abc 7. >> ginger zee live in new york city with a look at what's ahead in the show. hi, ginger. hi, reggie. hi, natasha. nice to be with you both this morning. coming up on "gma" and breaking overnight, i know you've been covering this but president trump's tariffs, hundreds of billions of chinese imports, going into effect. our team will break down how it is affecting the market and what it means for you. plus, an abc news exclusive. new details on the fatal school shooting and one of the hero students shot trying to stop the shooter is going to join us for his first live interview. all of that only on "gma." also, how facebook is about to help people connect in a whole new way this morning we have exclusive details on how its secret crush dating feature will
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before the game, mid-70s, after the game, low 60s. as promised, more royal news this morning, but this time it's not baby news. so the royals, meghan, harry, kate and william have teamed up to unveil a new text service and it's aimed at people with mental health issues, a big cause for the royals. the new service is called shout. i want to show you on my big computer this compete sent out by kensington palace describing it as a 24/7 text line and it's volunteer run. you can see prince william there speaking in the video. it is a free and anonymous service only available right now in the uk but we care about this here because it's actually modeled after a service available in the united states since 2013. it's called the crisis text line, and we want to share with our viewers and remind everyone we have mental health resources on our website,
abc7news.com/takeaction. there are some local crisis numbers to call there as well. back to you. >> thank you, jessica. it's great to see them using their platform for good. 6:26. party city is planning to close nearly 50 stores and this comes in the middle of a global helium shortage. the ceo said in a statement the company is closing 45 locations so it can focus on the most profitable ones. the statement also said the helium shortage did have a negative impact on its balloon sales in the first quarter. there are eight party city stores in the bay area. no word yet on if any of those will be impacted. a big beer merger this morning. boston beer company, which makes sam adams, is merging with dog fish craft brewery. the deal worth more than $300 million. a wild sight in new jersey, two bears seen brawling in a backyard. wow. the person who lives in the house says he believes they were fighting over a female bear who was nearby. >> that's vicious and look at them on their hind legs.
they're so tall. >> sure, blame the female. >> honestly, probably a pot of honey nearby. we still have a lot more to come at 6:30. a rude welcome for a visiting k college water polo team. thieves hit their van while at dinner. two big events for the stock market, uber is about to go public. live for the opening bell. plus new tariffs on chinese goods started overnight and investors are about to react when the markets open. we'll be tracking everything
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right now at 6:30, as you can see, uber goes public. with it a new era for uber. that's right. celebrating this morning, even as the stock market wraps up a pretty rough week. uber stock has not started trading quite yet but here is what we know. that gives uber a valuation of $75 billion and puts it in the top ten most valuable companies on the exchange. and if you are tracking uber stock today it will trade under the symbol uber. gathering to celebrate, reporter jobina fortson is there. my imagination is they are staring at monitors right now
inside. good morning on this friday, may 10th. it is 6:30. you're never more than seven minutes away from the accuweather forecast. good morning. if you're looking for sunshine and warmth, i'm your guy. winds are only 6 miles an hour at fairfield and that's a lighter sea breeze. it's going to go away much quicker today. beautiful shot from mt. tamalpais this morning and talk about temperatures, we're waking up the same, gray with low to upper 50s. at noon temperatures are at yesterday's highs and we still have several hours of warming to go which will push us into the mid-70s to near 80 in some east bay valleys. 60 at the coast. hope you have a good friday. hold on for your commute. here is alexis. two new issues to talk about. one of them isn't new. a crash that happened around 2:30 this morning. everything was off on the shoulder. now it looks like it's causing a delay because a lot of folks slowing down to take a look at
this off on the side. before sunol boulevard, a semicrashed this morning. i believe they're still trying to remove everything there. we have guardrail that was damaged. again, i don't think any lanes are blocked but everyone is taking their time getting by to look at the scene causing about a ten-minute delay, maybe even 15 minutes from 580. westbound 24 getting reports of a new two-car crash. one or two of the middle lanes is blocked now but both people are out of the vehicle exchanging some info waiting for crews to get there. hopefully everyone is okay. another traffic update in about ten minutes. and i have an update on our breaking news that we've been tracking in the east bay throughout the morning. we're now hearing from the man who owns this warehouse that was set on fire overnight, and here is a live look from sierra court in dublin. this is just outside of a printing company. what you're looking at on the ground is the burned recycling material set on fire overnight.
the owner of the business is telling abc 7 news he received a call around 1:30 this morning saying his building was on fire and someone was setting fires around the city including a car. take a listen. >> an employer was here shows up at 1:30 and he noticed the car fire next door. i came around the other side and noticed that there was -- our building was actually on fire as well. >> wow. can you imagine getting that phone call in of the night? without his employee the building would have probably burned down. the owner says police were able to capture a suspect but only after a high-speed chase. we're still trying to confirm that part with dublin pd. as for the printing business the owner says, as you see, it burned part of the side of the building as well as all that debris on the ground and there is some water damage, but he says he is going to open as soon as the power gets back up and running. back to you. all right. thanks, jessica.
wall street and hundreds of uber employees are waiting anxiously for uber stock to begin trading this morning. >> the company launching an ipo which will make uber worth more than $70 billion. we just had heard that last ding of the opening bell. jobina fortson live for us in san francisco with all the details. good morning, jobina. >> reporter: good morning. loads of uber employees started funneling into this building behind me shortly after 5:00 a.m. they're all inside celebrating right now while other companies expected to go public this year like airbnb and post mates are watching closely to see how this will all shake out. we know uber's rival, lyft, did not have the best stock performance following its ipo. in march uber raised $8.1 billion in its initial public offering. they played up its plans to expand in other transportation businesses like autonomous driving and scooters. this ipo has been met with some
resistance. uber drivers were here protesting wednesday outside of the main headquarters claiming the ride hailing service has continued to cut the pay of drivers often leaving them earning less than minimum wage while some executives and investors became millionaires. form earp ceo travis kalanick is reportedly walking away from this ipo with $5 billion. now we know the shares with at $42 a pop. that total valuation of the company there is sitting at $82 billion. guys? >> jobina, thank you for that. quick question for you, what happens for riders now that uber is a public company? >> reporter: well, market watch had an interesting piece on this. their report is claiming that in the long term uber and lyft both need to find a way to turn a profit here. they believe that getting rid of the drivers is the route they will take, but in the short term, that means higher cost for the rides, for the riders in the near future. >> all right, jobina, thank you. on the peninsula the
university of hawaii women's water polo team is in town to play cal in the ncaa quarterfinals this afternoon happening at stanford. their stay so far has not really been in the aloha spirit. two vans in a parking lot were broken into wednesday night. crooks took their equipment, their cameras, and their passports. the auto burglary happened when the team was having dinner at wahlburgers blocks away. the university's athletic director estimates between $5,000 and $10,000 of equipment and belongings were boosted from the vans. he says the team now has to worry about scrambling to replace passports. >> the good thing is no one got hrt this could be so much worse. these are things that are replaceable and we'll work on what we can do to replace it. >> someone from the university of hawaii is now having to fly in to replace the team caps and swimsuits ahead of this afternoon's match. in the east bay two people
are rekofrpg 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. chp closed the freeway for a few hours to search for evidence. the two victims were taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries. investigators are trying to figure out what led up to the gunfire. and in the south bay a man has life threatening injuries after triple shooting in san jose. were also taken to the hospital with at least one gunshot wound each. it happened on center and tully roads. police are still investigating what happened before that shooting and no one has been arrested. repair work on the sales force transit center in san francisco is finished, but you still can't get to it yet. workers to reinforce cracked support beams. transit leaders will wait for the work to be expected before announcing a reopening date. it could happen next month. in the meantime contractors
will be reinstalling lighting panels. the transit hub was only open for six weeks before it had to close in august. the warriors are in houston for tonight's game six against the rockets, but kevin durantit recovering from a mild calf strain. he got hurt after a jump shot game five wednesday night. the initial fair was a torn achilles tendon. the team says he will be evaluated in a week and strains like this usually take about one to two weeks to heal. if the warriors lose tonight they will be returning to oracle arena for game seven which you could watch here on abc 7. it's 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. kent field fire in marin county post this had fed this photo. the baby is now back with mom. remember, we just told you yesterday about a rookie firefighter who pulled a fawn to safety after it had fallen into a storm drain in pacifica. look at that.
>> i am okay. mayor pete buttigieg is making a california campaign swing. what he'll be doing in the bay area today. and a live look here at the big board at the new york stock exchange. and at the live desk i'm breaking down those new tariffs on china overnight. they're impacting your 401(k) this morning. it's one of america's favorite game shows. tonight "wheel of fortune" will mark an incredible milestone and you'll see it right here on abc 7. first you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. are we going to get any break from the gray, mike? yes, we will. much faster sunshine today. good question because that's going to have an effect on our afternoon temperatures which will be warmer today and through the weekend. hi, everybody. we'll start with it looking and femg the same as it has the last couple of mornings, mid to upper 50s, 53 to 57 in the south bay. cooler around novato. notice it's clear in fairfield
and 49. even the marine layer clouds haven't penetrated as deep inland as they did yesterday. here is a look at the san mateo bridge looking peninsula where there are some delays at sfo. mass transit, ferry, good. breezy conditions north of the bay bridge this morning into the afternoon hours. a look at the north bay, 8:00. we're still cloudy. by 10:00 we're already sunny and warmer than yesterday. 70, mid to upper 70s this afternoon. take a look at the peninsula. cloudy at 8:00. quick sunshine will boost us to nearly 66 by noon. we'll hang around 70 this afternoon but you may need a coat by 8:00 with 60 degrees. san francisco will be one of our cooler spots and the clouds will linger longer. by noon, we're mostly sunny and low to mid-50s. it's a big weekend. a lot of pressure on some of us. so we'll take a look at the forecast and see how your mother's day shapes up and happy mother's day early to you. >> thank you. i appreciate that. we have a couple issues to talk about right now so i want to
look live at the richmond side of the richmond san rafael bridge. a 20-minute depp lay that has built on 580 and that's due to the emergency e justg that day comtet this point. and itch hcorrec i saidd a crfew minutes ago. it's eastbound. that would explain why we're not seeing much of a backup. it sounds like lane number three is blocked now and i don't think we have any serious injuries. hopefully they'll be able to clear that soon. it's the counter commute direction so that's not causing any major delays. 580 tracy to dublin in the yellow at 40 minutes. a crash on the shoulder southbound 680 has you a little slow between dublin and mission boulevard south at 27 minutes and still no delays northbound 85 between highway 101 and cupertino. thanks, alexis. before we go to break, you have to see this, the moment you meet your favorite superhero. little christopher got to do just that at disney adventure.
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you can also see some people wading through the water just to get to safety. many school districts closed today a. flash flood watch in effect for all of southeast texas until 7:00 tomorrow night. and that person is doing exactly what you should not be doing, even in standing water. move on and talk about our kids. you can see, get them off to school and something to look forward to. starting off in the 50s and 60s at the coast. a look at winter weather advisory. look at that. yosemite southward until 11:00. you can see it right there on our forecast, some showers around l.a. and san diego, upper 60s, 91 in chico. let's quickly go back to tahoe and you can see it's going to be in the 60s with a chance of thunderstorms but donner, heavenly, monmouth, and squaw still open. another check of our markets
right now as they open up this morning and you can see the dow is down. markets have been reacting all week to an escalating trade war between the u.s. and china. overnight the things got even more heated between the two countries. more than double what they were yesterday, those tariffs were 10% yesterday. they are 25% this morning. and that means that you will pay more for electronics, clothing, and toys made from china. in fact, it affects about $200 billion of chinese goods. that is why this hike happened and the talks between the two sides will resume in washington later this morning, but the chinese government, they promised to hit back after these tariff hikes. and president trump has been tweeting all morning. i want to show you on my computer what he said. this was the last one ep twehe d
saying your all-time favorite president got tirpd of waiting for china to help out and start buying from our farmers. we'll see how the talks go later today. >> jessica, thank you. 6:47 now. donations are pouring in for a tortured puppy found in a dumpster in coachella. before we show you the video we should let you know the puppy is doing okay. rescue group is now caring for the puppy they have named hope. go fund me raised more than $8,000 for her care so far. this comes weeks after seven other puppies were rescued. we cover issues ongoing, check for updates, look for solutions. safe parking sites for people who live in their cars and soon one of these could be coming from the south bay.
on tuesday the city of mountain view voted to lease land from the vta to build affordable housing. it will take about two years to get that project up and going so in the short term they plan to use the lot for safe parking. people can park there from 7:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. the city would set up amenities like portapotties and those who park have to register with the city and work with a case worktory find permanent housing. across the street some businesses aren't into it. >> it would be too big of a task. >> the plan is still months from being finalized. the mayor says the city will allow up to 20 vehicles to park there. is there a safe parking site where you live? should there be? you can share your experience by sharing our better bay area facebook group. in the east bay labor leaders will talk about why they're supporting the a's proposed stadium at observing's howard terminal. the labor counsel says it will create 2,000 construction jobs.
the labor counsel accepts 135,000 workers across alameda county. another labor group, the long shore and warehouse union opposes the location thinking the ballpark would kill jobs by eliminating docks. happening today a south bend mayor pete buttigieg will barnstorm the bay area with five events. this is video campaigning in l.a. yesterday with mayor eric garcetti. today buttigieg will start his day in palo alto and then will have an afternoon fund-raiser at security company live ramp and then tonight three fund-raisers including one open to the public. are we ready for a bop this morning? the moment that justin beeper and ed sheeran fans have been waiting for. >> the singers dropped their new collaboration, it's a song called i don't care. ♪ i can deal with the bad
nights ♪ ♪ when i'm with my baby yeah >> i love the photo shoot for this. news first appeared on april 30th when bieber started posting these on instagram. overnight the song was trending on twitter and it rocketed to the top of the charts already becoming number one in 30 countries. i don't care. which is what i said when taylor swift came out with her single. but in this case i really like it. terrible. >> hoards of fans welcome boy band nct 127 to san jose. ♪ >> the nine member group is in the midst of its first north american arena tour and they kicked it off shortly after performing on good morning america last month. one concert goer traveled from the central valy t a lin the doors opened at city national civic.
>> can't process it right now. am i really going to see them? i'm so excited. >> they're really good dancers, great singers and really energetic. that's why i love them. >> and they're funny. >> yeah, they're funny. >> k-pop is having a moment in the u.s. they play again in san jose tonight f. you're wondering it stands for neoculture technology and 127 is the longitudinal coordinates of soul. >> makes sense. >> does it? does it make so much sense to you? >> i think it should be the theme song of the show because it's called "waky waky"." the lyrics are, hey, girl, it's time to get up. waky, waky. >> that's true. >> i say it to myself in the mirror. >> let's work on that.
it materialized. rude awakening with the thunder boomers there. high clouds and some low clouds. neither of them will keep us from having warmer temperatures today. in fact, it will be pretty sunny and comfy all weekend and seasonal temperatures and sky conditions all the way through next week. that's the temperatures. that's your peninsula spread. 60 to 64 degrees along the coast today. 65 in downtown san francisco. much easier day to walk across the bay bridge. we'll see more sunshine. it won't be nearly as breesy. yesterday stuck in the 60s. 69, berkeley. low to mid-70s elsewhere. low to mid-50s once again.
look at the afternoon temperatures. 70s and 80s. we have hip-hop fireworks at the a's game. a cool one by the time the fireworks go off. today, tomorrow, sunday and monday, slighter cooler tuesday, wednesday and thursday. alexis? good morning, mike. we are still seeing some delays on 680 from a crash that happened a long time ago, about 2:30 this morning. we had a semi go off the roadway. the trailer flipped over and i believe most that have is cleaned up and cleared. we do have a lot of damage parts of the guardrail there. it sounds like folks are slowing down to look at what's left of that. you are looking just fine there
so we will certainly take that. b.a.r.t. trains in service, ace 3, 5, and 7 on time. that is due to a door malfunction. thanks, alexis. a historic day for wheel watchers. it is the longest running syndicated game show in u.s. history. the longest career as a game show host of the same show. >> people look at us as part of their lives. >> i wonder where we'll be. >> we're still in the same makeup chair. >> nice to hear them reminisce. and, of course, catch wheel of fortune's 7,000th episode at 7:30 here on abc 7. coming up next the seven
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it's 6:58 whether you're just joining us, here are the seven things to know before you go. number one with the push of a button uber executives ring the bell on the new york stock exchange. uber shares will begin trading going public with an ipo price of $45 per share. it will raise more than $8 billion for the ride sharing company. number two, the trade war between the u.s. and china is escalating. tariffs on billions of chinese goods went into effect overnight more than double what they were yesterday. number three, both suspects in the colorado school shooting are due back in court today. prosecutors are expected to file charges in the attack that killed a student and wounded eight more. and, number four, weatherwise we begin just about exactly the same this morning. 50s. a little mist near the coast and cloudy. faster sunshine means warmer temperatures this afternoon.
60s at the coast. 70s and 80s for our bay and inland neighborhoods. number five, our biggest issue on the roads is in the pleant area, southbound 680 right around sunol boulevard. we still have a crash off on the shoulder. that originally happened around 2:30 this morning. they're still working on cleaning it up, and we have some guardrail damage. some folks slowing down to take a look at that and that has you stop and go there from 580. number six, the warriors will try to close out the rockets tonight in houston in game six. kevin durant is out with a mild calf strain. can pikachu take down "the avengers." it hits theaters today. voice by ryan reynolds, 66% on rotten tomatoes. the audience is giving it 86%. >> i don't understand pokemon. i'm too old for it. >> i remember it from my very young brother, much younger brother. it's creepy that he has a grown
man's voice. >> this is true. >> i'll just wait for the sonic movie. good morning, americ breaking news this morning. the stock market bracing after a $200 billion escalation in our trade war with china. at the stroke of midnight new tariffs by president trump hit chinese exports to the u.s. hundreds of billions of dollars at stake. now how china is fighting back. what this could mean for consumers here. the market's already reacting this morning. flash flooding emergency. severe storms slamming the south overnight stranding drivers forcing these water rescues and a possible lightning strike sparking this massive mansion fire. now the new alerts as that system moves east right now. all eyes on uber. as the company goes public, ang