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east bay. i wantound problem. good morning, monday, may 13th. 580 at the 680 split. still trying to confirm with chp >> mother's day was beautiful across the area. how many lanes are blocked. it did sound like the five left the question will the nice lanes were closed and i think conditions stick around for the workweek. they just reopened the far left lane. possibly some of the middle lanes are still closed. let's c lisa three-car collision, one vehicle let's startod w gnto spun out. that is facing the wrong way. as soon as we have some more some afternoon sun. information from chp i will pass low clouds and fog, it might be that along to you. richmond side of the gray where you are. richmond/san rafael bridge up to above it all you can see how about a 20-minute delay. pretty it is, the sun coming up, part of that due to the cooler in the north bay where emergency road repair. hearing we have a disabled vehicle around castro street it's clearer than usual. blocking lane three. you're going to have to get around that and then you'll have cloudy here. to continue in that bumper to the clouds around the central bumper traffic to get onto the coast and santa cruz, 57 in bridge. 101 santa rosa to petaluma in vacaville. 43, that cool number in the the green at 21 minutes. castro valley to the maze, 15. north bay, and 50 in livermore. and not too much longer than we will be looking at clouds and that northbound 101 in the green sun. at 16 minutes. by noontime inland. at the live desk this staying cool at the coast and morning mark zuckerberg looking at a dry day today with
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the sun setting 8:10. responds. why facebook should notbren looking at changes arriving. >>plus t we're bringing in our storm impact for the workweek. >> and that should make it interesting for the later half of the week. taking a concern at the roads right now. we do have dry pavement and i want to check out the lower deck of the bay bridge. a semi stuck on the very sharp off ramp. a lot of vehicles are getting stacked up behind that. not looking bad here in san francisco but once you get closer to the island and that exit things do start to get heavy. westbound 92 before the toll plaza a two-car crash. emergency crews on the way to the scene. we are getting word actress doris day has died. breaking news doris day whose wholesome screen presence stood
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for a time of innocence in the '60s films has died, according to her foundation. we have learned she was in pretty good health until recently. among her hits are pillow talk and alfred hitchcock's the man who knew too much. she was 97nd lived inca. l anortation is a t challenges facing b.a.r.t. "the chronicle" is reporting b.a.r.t. is slowing the rollout because of serious maintenance issues. live at the millbrae b.a.r.t. station for us. good morning, jobina. >> reporter: good morning. you may be able to make out the train behind me here, the older one. passengers will have to be dealing with those for a bit longer. some of the trains date back to listen to your mom, aknuckleheads. hand em over.. the 1970s. the idea here is that with hand what over? video games, whatever you got. b.a.r.t. pushing back the time let's go. you can watch videos line the agency and its of people playing video games in the morning. contractor will be able to work out some of those technical is that everything?
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i can see who's online. failures. so far the california utilities i'm gonna sweep the sofa fort. well, look what i found. commission has approved 75 cars take control of your wifi with xfinity xfi. and that is the equivalent of let's roll! now that's simple, easy, awesome. 7 1/2 trains. get started with xfinity internet b.a.r.t. planned to have 775 new for $29.99 a month for 12 months, cars in service by 2022. plus ask how to get 250 back when you switch to xfinity mobile. click, call or visit a store today. "the chronicle" says the chief mechanical officer revealed the date will now be spring 2023. 6,000 hours before any sort of failure that causes a delay of more than five minutes. right now issues are popping up at more than 1,000 hours, not six. we met michael hughes at the good monday morning to you. millbrae b.a.r.t. station. if you are traveling anywhere in he says he rides b.a.r.t. every the state, we're dry today. single day and loves those new starting out with the cool temperatures in the afternoon. trains, and he wan those kinks sunshine sacramento, 79. to be worked out but was not happy to hear this news. 70 in yosemite. >> i think it's disappointing. upper 60s in the sierra nevada we've all been waiting for these today. the warmest day of week. new cars to come in.
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it's kind of typical what 73 in los angeles with sunshine. 69 in san diego. b.a.r.t.'s been doing. we get cooler tomorrow and we're all going to see rain statewide >> reporter: it was noted in the by the end of the week. article that maintenance and technical issues are common for >> now back to the developing w w in hollyfield is new rail cars. muni dealt with this in san francisco. live again with that update we for now reporting live from the millbrae b.a.r.t. station, just got on some overnight jobina fortson, abc 7 news. violence. amy? >> reporter: an exceptionally violent night, natasha, the this morning saudi arabia claiming its oil tankers were police lieutenant tells us there were three shootings within two targeted off the coast of the hours here in richmond in three united arab emirates. different parts of the city one of those tankers was on the way to the united states. starting at 10:00 last night. an apartment complex on pro-trer one of those tankers was about owe avenue where it appears to be filled with oil to bring about 50 bullet holes in the here to the u.s. area. all of this coming as there's growing tensions in the region. you can see where some cars were hit. a victim was shot in the head and is in serious condition. that is one of several victims from overnight. they sent those to the region claiming there were unspecified >> we don't have any information threats to our troops by iran or on the conditions of the victims at this time. its proxies. iran and saudi arabia have they are being treated for their injuries.eporter: how many? >> we have four victims right now.
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historically been rivals. we still do not know who carried out the attacks. four ships were sabotaged. >> reporter: the two other locations are the 2500 block of two significantly damaged. actress felicity huffman is esmond avenue and a shooting near first street. expected to plead guilty in the no arrests have been made. college admissions scandal. at this point they don't know if the shootings are related, they "the desperate housewives" star is one of 33 facing charges. don't know whether they are gang or drug related. last month she signed a plea deal admitting she paid $15,000 they tell us this is all still under investigation. to raise her daughter's s.a.t. reporting live in richmond, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. score. an exam procter corrected the answers on her daughter's test. prosecutors recommend huffman be sentenced up to ten months new developments in a story behind bars, one-year probation i first told you about last and a $20,000 fine. week. mark zuckerberg responding to an 6:05 now and happening today op-ed in "the new york times" by the man charged in the chris hughes. disappearance of a 4-year-old houston girl is due back in court. hughes says they have police say there is blood evidence and new surveillance unprecedented and un-american images believed to show the last power and proposed breaking up facebook. as you might expect zuckerberg time malaeh davis seen alive. disagreeing in an interview with she followed her stepfather into a french broadcaster he is an apartment and then three days late they're same camera arguing that facebook's size and recorded vence carrying out a power is actually a good thing for users. laundry basket with a garbage bag inside.
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he claims malaeh was kidnapped telling the network, quote, if by three men who took his car. you what you care about is >> in the east bay big democracy and elections you want vote surrounding the a's a company like us to invest proposed stadium. billions of dollars a year, like the board of commissioners will we are, in building up really vote on a preliminary term advanced tools to fight election sheet. if approved it would give the a's four years to get everything in order so they could lease the relars, negotiat thea 50-acre waterfront spot for a anacook expectedet hit new ballpark. in the east bay finishing with a fine between $3 billion the set for an upcoming perfo and $5 billion. performan performance. >> they say a contractor took their money but didn't finish the job. zuckerberg could be personally on sunday friends of the grand performing arts in livermore held responsible for facebook's privacy lapses and anything else gathered to help out. going forward. >> we pick each other up. when i heard they needed extra >> jessica, thanks for the help, i was here. >> co-owner ryan joslin says update. they hired a contractor two we focus on transportation like months ago to build the set for b.a.r.t. "peter pan." performances begin may 24th. >> b.a.r.t. has been working to gets get its fleet of the future joslin says they paid him $2,000 but received a call thursday into service. saying he couldn't deliver the reporter jobina fortson live in entire project.dut millbrae with the setback. good morning, jobina. pi od 2
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>> reporter: b.a.r.t. planned to supposed to begin tonight with roll out 775 new cars by 2022. the full set. >> there's some dedicated parents there, yes. in the south bay the sharks will try to move one step closer to the stanley cup finals when they host st. louis at the tank. san jose practiced at sharks ice after beating the blues, 6-3, in saturday's series opener. a win tonight would give the been cleared. sharks a 2-0 lead in the western conference finals. and it would also be key for the this will hopefully allow men in teal because the series b.a.r.t. and its contractors to work through the technical moves to st. louis for games failures. three and four. game two begins tonight at 6:00. making every mom feel the cab where the operator sits, special. b.a.r.t. expects to have them the celebration for some bay area moms hard at work to get run 6,000 hours before any sorts back on their feet. of equipment failure that causes a delay of more than five minutes. >> tracking a dire warning about the environment. scientists say we've just reached a milestone never seen we talked with michael hughes since humans have even walked the earth. this morning who rides b.a.r.t. and good morning to you. every day to work and was our usual low clouds and fog disappointed to hear the news this morning, which is a good and thinks they desperately need the new cars. thing, because we'll have the partly cloudy skies in the afternoon. as we look out into the pacific this looks like more of a scene
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>> it's become more and more we'll see in the wintertime. we have severa areas of low unsafe and they don't have the revenue. >> reporter: b.a.r.t. gets to pressure that will transition hold on to the last 5% of the our dry pattern today and tomorrow to a wet pattern not only for the middle of the week, the latter half, into the weekend, too. $2.5 until both sets of cars have been cleared. reporting live, jobina fortson, abc 7 news. one of the top issues for people in every bay area city, protecting themselves from crime. it's no ordinary day at denny's it's crepe day. a family tradition we started about twenty-two minutes ago. 5 million americans are the victims of a violent crime each and from the looks of it, year and that includes this tradition is going to last awhile. denny's has new crepes! everything from robbery to assault and even murder. see you at denny's. a closer look including ways you can defend yourself. >> reporter: what are some ways to keim you and your family safe? i'm kristen sze. use your intuition. be in tune with what it feels like in your body to feel like you could be in danger. >> reporter: always have
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situational awareness. >> where are you physically in relationship to where safety might be? >> reporter: three, make sure you use your voice. >> try to go for the deep, short,syllables. i would say no! >> reporter: no! protect your personal space. let's say somebody is getting too close to you and you're feeling very uncomfortable. >> you have the right to say you're making me feel uncomfortable. >> reporter: back off. five, as a last resort, defend yourself. >> one of the strikes we teach is an eye strike. you make -- stick your thumbs out and wrap your fingers around sarah's last tuition payment, sent off. like little bird beaks and you feeling good? do this. oh yeah. no! now i'm ready to focus on my project. >> reporter: six, get to safety. >> the idea is always to get ♪ ♪ yourself to safety as quickly as possible. >> reporter: and, number seven, this is why we plan. ♪ ♪ share she is tips wi share these tips with a friend. >> from car burglaries to keeping your kids safe at
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one curry versus another. the warriors know who they're going to face in the nba wester good monday morning to you. conference finals. waking up to cloudy skies around portland trail blazers. the bay. >> oakland native damian lillard it's 55 in observing, hayward and fremont with cooler numbers and not many clouds in the north helped lead them to a win over denver. the conference finals will be a bay at this point. family affair for the currys. that could change, though. we're looking at a sunnier afternoon. steph's younger brotheed off in if you're north of the bay bridge around the delta, a small craft advisory in effect. nba's conference finals. the dubs host game one at oracle good conditions today. the beaches will be cool, just arena at 6:00. you can see it on our sister in the 50s, and looking at those arts say they'll be breezy winds in and around san flipping a coin to decide who they're rooting for. >> when we see which jersey francis they're wearing then we'll know francisco. 70 in napa.otr d dn the way for who got heads and tails. hi, lisa. low clouds and fog for most of you although it's clear your tuesday and then rainfall begins to accumulate wednesday inland, and we're getting some of the clouds filling in in the and this is through friday. north bay. this is our usual pattern. a third of an inch from mountain looking into the pacific, the view and three-quarters of an eastern pacific, we have several inch up in the north bay. areas of low pressure that will transition our weather from dry, a bit below average, to wet is
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more rain through the weekend. the exploratorium camera shows dig out that umbrella. how is the monday morning us. commute going? 53 in oakland. it's 52 right here with 54 in >> we'll have to figure out san jose and half moon bay and where we left that thing, right, lisa? the commute is going okay. we're looking at a little bit of brighter conditions as you head out to marin there, the golden it's been heavy all morning. two earlier crashes, one on gate bridge. highway 24. 57 by the delta. it is sunny there, 55 in concord with clear skies. both are gone at this point and livermore is clear as well. have been cleared for quite some so clouds and sun this morning, partly cloudy, cooler today. time. still those residual delays rain wednesday. between concord and the 24 split lasts through the weekend. so later on this morning the and a quick check of some drive clouds will continue to shift times richmond/san rafael back towards the coast. we'll see partial clearing at bridge. westbound 92 across san mateo. day. we have a crash just before the g mes back. toll plaza and an earlier stall 's rain arrives on cloudsday. has cleared westbound pact scale. it ends on friday. saturday looks like another system headed our way for more rain into the weekend. so, yes, it's unusual. and relief from symptoms caused by over 200 indoor non-drowsy claritin look at the rainfall totals into
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your saturday. this is three days of rain with over half an inch to an inch up like thosefor itergens. in the north bay and we're looking at highs today, though, in products.k this sunday's newspaper for details. nice. 60s and 70s. mild, cooler than we have been. alexis? for 60 years, we've empowered people to choosep. checking out the roads, it does not sound like we are clear how they live as they age. yet although initially chp was we advocate for health and financial security. saying they were close to clearing this collision westbound 580 at the 680 split. we strengthen communities everywhere. aarp. real possibilities. i did get a look at the scene thanks to our partners at waze and the far left is still our mission is to provide complete, blocked by a vehicle facing the balanced nutrition for strength and energy! wrong way. it looks like it has quite a bit whoo-hoo! great-tasting ensure. of damage. we're certainly going to need a with ningrams of protein and twenty-six vitamins and minerals. tow truck to get that out of here. now we're hearing not too far in ensure, for strength and energy. the back yum. we have a crash involving a motorcycle that is down. that rider is conscious but does have some injuries to his legs so they're going to have to get another emergency crew out there to get all of that towed away and get that person some help. 580 tracy into dublin due to both crashes and our typical an(vo)enty-s♪x vitamins ani know what you're thinking. electric, it's not for you. backup 1:10, you're in the red.
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and, you're probably right. dublin to mission boulevard, in electric just doesn't have enough range. the yellow at 26 minutes. it will never survive the winter. 101 to coup earp tupertino. charging stations? good luck finding one of those. so, maybe an electric car isn't for you after all. another step forward in the plan to rename sfo's international terminal to honor or, is it? former mayor ed lee. ♪ the airport commission will discuss and possibly take action on a resolution that would rename it mayor edwin m. lee international terminal. along with new signs the resolution will recommend a statue, plaque and video honoring lee. the former mayor died unexpectedly from cardiac arrest in 2017. coming up next the seven things you need to know before you go. if you haven't yet follow us at abc 7 bay area. you can see more close-ups of a rose. >> very pretty. happy mother's day. a live look at the toll plaza.
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making headlines right now, the amount of carbon dioxide in the earth's atmosphere has reached levels not seen in 800,000 years. it's quite the headline according to data collected from the observatory in hawaii. high co2 levels can prevent the earth's cooling cycle from working and the rise blamed for rising global temperatures which in turn has devastating effects. back to you. >> okay. that sounds terrible. >> it sounds really bad. nothing else we have to say matters more than that.
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homeless moms and their families enjoyed french cuisine. >> the organization helps homeless and at risk families. this is the second year they celebrated moms in their care with a special meal. they had spa and beauty items and gr >> grateful. very grateful. blessed to be here. it's a new buick envision. and i got it with wi-fi for all of your wi-fi stuff, and to be a mom. >> it's really perked up our wireless charging for your phone. cool! wait til you check out the back! moms in our shelter programs. gives them a chance to catch their breath and enjoy a nice that's a lot of groceries. meal instead of having to make look at my strong man! it for themselves and their families. don't patronize me... the new buick envision is full of surprises. >> more than 100 parents and children took part in get up to 16 percent below msrp yesterday's luncheon. wildlife officials say on most of these 2019 buick models remember to lock your car. look what happened after a black when you finance through gm financial. bear broke into an unlocked car that's just over 7 thousand on this envision premium. re the bear got stuck inside when the door shut behind him on saturday and bears aren't
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great, you know, with door handles. >> apparently. that door tore apart the car. the crazy part to me, a neighbor helped free the bear. >> wow. >> can you imagine volunteering for that opportunity? mk,pe the door and run. >> really try to run out of there. >> lisa, i'm never volunteering. >> i'm with you. that is amazing. we're waking up to our usual it is 6:55. pattern. temperatures in the 50s except here are the seven things you for the north bay. need to know. we're in the 40s. breaking news, actress and we'll stay dry but high pressure singer doris day has died. her foundation confirms she transitioning and sliding to the east. passed early this morning at her moment in carmel valley. she was 97. >> number two, richmond police cooler and breezier. say four people were hurt in three shootings overnight. it is 52 in san francisco. the shootings happened some time 54 in san jose. after 10:00 p.m. right now investigators don't know whether they were related. santa cruz at 47. and number three, another on the coast in the mid-50s. live look at the big board at the new york stock exchange. lake tahoe, you can see some of the snow. stocks not looking good right high elevation snow as we get now. we're down 514 points.
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into wednesday and thursday, this is because of the ongoing even the possibility of some thunderstorms. trade war between china and the it's 44. u.s. that's cool, santa rosa, 47 in it escalated this morning. china announcing that it's vacaville. livermore, good morning. 50 degrees. retaliating against the u.s., our forecast highlights cloudy for the most part for most of announcing new tariffs this morning on billions of dollars you this morning. partly cloudy. numbers coming down inland today of u.s. goods, and so far about five degrees. president trump has not reacted. and then we'll get into a wetter number four actress felicity pattern. huffman is expected to plead cooler temperatures wednesday. guilty to charges in the college thursday it looks like into the admissions scam. she signed a plea deal last weekend. here is the fog footprint. month admitting she paid $15,000 as we pull back throughout the to raise her daughter's s.a.t. morning hours, we're looking at sunshine, partly cloudy and then score. number five, clouds close to quickly mos bac i s then marin the bay and coast this morning. partly cloudy skies to mostly later on this evening. sunny with low to mid-70s. upper 50s at the coast. ing at the first possibility we'll stay cool there and of rain. wednesday morning. another dry day on tap for wednesday looks like a soaker. tuesday. number six, we have two the day. thursday, a break on friday. crashes really close to each other westbound 580 before the here is the weekend. 680 split. more showers, in fact, perhaps you have a pretty decent backup inch to sunday. if you are coming in from the central valley. does matt d and hannah three-quarters of an inch, maybe even more than that. that's just through friday.
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mid-70s inland and a look ahead, have a ring to it? you can watch the premiere at 8:00 tonight here on abc 7. dry for the first couple days of so you're saying that she the week. also goes by -- alexis? >> hannah beast. >> thanks, lisa. an update on a couple earlier she goes -- she does that. issues, the lower deck of the >> not an aspirational name. bay bridge, eastbound 80 off ramp to treasure island. >> be a beast in the gym. if you travel that route it is a sharp hairpin turn there. once up get on the off ramp that usually happens a couple times a week. they were able to free that and that backup certainly is thinning out. it wasn't ever terrible since it was the counter commute direction. counter commute eastbound 80 the connector from 880 we had a crash. it was originally reported right around ashby. t ondo h a l back the oakland side of this once you make it into emeryville you're all clear. a crash just before the san mateo bridge toll plaza. that is blocking lane number two and that backup spilling over on to 880. good morning america at 7:00 here on abc 7.
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ginger zee is live with a look at what's ahead in the show. hi, ginger. hi, reggie. hi, natasha. so great to be with you on a monday morning. coming up here on "gma" david muir will take us for a first look inside the notre dame cathedral nearly a month after the devastating fire. the stunning images first on "gma." howard stern one-on-one with george like you've never seen him before. the wide ranging interview covers everything from president trump and hillary clinton to his health scare and the interview he regrets the most. plus, love is in the air. the new season of "the bachelorette" kicks begins her love. i think we could just call her hannah at this point. a huge honor for a woman battling ms. robin got to be there for the special moment. wait until you hear what she says about her son and her future. it is a beautiful moment.
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also, dionne warwick is here. i was just looking at a photo we took together. she will bring us a little extra what the world needs now special on "good morning america." >> so many good things. >> that's cool. i'm looking forward to that. i'm with you on the hannah thing. natasha, i was this many years old when natasha told me she's also known as the beast. >> hannah beast. she's just hannah brown. she has earned her last name. can we give it to her at this point? >> >> it is a prolific writer who lives in san francisco, now danielle steele is revealing the secret to her success. developing news in the east bay. live with the investigation under way after a night of violence in richmond. >> as part of our commitment to asdpeinto iss yhatr safety
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good morning, america. an attack this morning raising tensions between the u.s. and iran. breaking overnight, two oil tankers attacked, one about to head to the u.s., on the heels of that warning from american officials about threats from iran. now officials calling this a serious escalation. oil prices already surgery. also this morning, bracing for a nor'easter. a storm moving in after more than a foot of rain forces water rescues across the south. these train tracks underwater and more than two dozen cars derailed.
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heading to court, felicity huffman about to appear before a judge to plead guilty in the college cheating scandal. how much time could she get behind bars? the pilot pulled off a flight minutes before takeoff,
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still an unsettled weather pattern right on through the weekend. >> lisa, thank you. i'm obsessed with the next story. danielle steele has written 179 books, many of them bestsellers. she's revealing the secret to her productivity. >> it's wild. she works 20 to 22 hours a day. she reveals in an interview that she works in her home office and begins most days at 8:00 a.m. perhaps even more shocking she says she only drinks an iced decaf coffee in the morning and goes. steele says she only occasionally feels she spends too much time on work. >> she says i don'tedtil'm soedp on the floor. >> her mind. next at 6:30, uber's ipo didn't go as planned. the major sell-off and we'll see how they start their first day of full trading. and they live desk new developments in the controversy over facebook. mark zuckerberg respond
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right now at 6:30, the opening bell ringing on wall street. investors anticipating another rough day, though, as president trump ramps up trade talks with china and now the chinese government is responding this morning. ooer in richmond. at one location alone there were 50 bullet holes. we'll have the story coming up next. of oakland but in a twist police say the child was never missing. and now police make an arrest. it is brother versus brother in the nba finals. the warriors set to take on the trail blazers tomorrow and the family affair that is really making some history. exciting stuff. good morning on this monday, may 13th. >> you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast.
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here is lisa argen in for mike nicco. looking at a good start to your monday. sunshine on the way. 60s and 70s, it should be a good afternoon. plenty of gray to start out. in the pacific the second half of the workweek transitioning to wetter and cooler one with breezy conditions. here is vollmer peak. 53 in mountain view. 52 in san francisco. a light wind here at sfo so you can see a little sun trying to come out, 44 santa rosa. 55 in concord. and looking at partly cloudy skies, five degrees cooler inland. fog will clear partially at the coast. good morning, alexis. good morning. interchange, reports of a new crash and the latest note from chp it is blocking lanes one through five. that's not going to be good if that is there for long. i believe emergency crews almost to the scene. we do have one vehicle facing the wrong way. then you're probably noticing
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southbound 680 heavy. the connector to sunol boulevard, a crash off on the shoulder so i think a lot of folks slowing down as well. we'll check on some drive times up next. breaking news, actress doris day has died. the doris day animal foundation confirmed she died early monday, today, at her carmel valley home. the foundation saying she was surrounded by her close friends. her hollywood career began in 1947. she was an actress and a singer. one of her famous songs and hitt movies include alfred hitchcock, the man who knew too much. doris day was 97 years old. >> sorry to hear the news. developing news in richmond where police are investigating multiple shots fired overnight. what's new, amy? >> reporter: we just got a
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briefly here at the police department. he tells us there were three shootings within two hours. they happened in different parts of the city, one at 10:00 last night. an apartment complex where it appears about 50 bullet holes in the area. cars were hit. one victim was shot -- >> okay, we're going to get back to amy when we deal with some of her microphone problems there. sorry about that. in the east bay we're going to talk about oakland police now have arrested a father for falsely reporting a carjacking. >> investigators claim the man said his 3-year-old was in the back seat because he wanted officers to find his stolen car faster. the car was stolen on international boulevard. police issued an amber alert for the little girl. the car was later found crashed in el cerrito and a suspect taken into custody. the girl was not in the car. it turns out she was safe with
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mother before issuing the amber alert. testimony resumes today in the ghost ship fire trial. a sculptor will take the stand. he told the jury what it was like to live inside an rv, and said he stored flammable art supplies there but considered it a safe space. he escaped the night of the fire in 2016. defendants max harris and derick almena are on trial for 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter. 13 people are in need of a place to stay after a fire burned through an apartment building. a witness posted this video on the citizen app. you can seep the black smoke there. the fire broke out late yesterday afternoon near mission street ae in daly city. flames and smoke damaged several apartments on the second floor. everyone in the building made it out safely. get temporary shelter. the fire was completely out about four hours after it was reported. at the live desk, china just
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announcing only a few minutes ago it is raising tariffs on $60 billion of u.s. goods. this is all in retaliation for new tariffs from the trump administration that were announced last week. the u.s. raised tariffs on $200 billion worth of chinese goods friday. president trump has been tweeting all morning long about last week's tariff hike. i have so far not seen any tweets about china's retaliation this morning, so we do expect that to come any moment now. this ongoing trade war rattling investors. it has throughout the week. look at this now, down 458 points. right now on the stork stonew y exchange. this is what we thought might happen when the opening bell rang. now you see it is coming to fruition down significantly. major numbers coming in this morning. we'll watch this throughout the day. hopefully it goes back up again. lisa, to you. good morning, jessica. we're looking at our high temperatures. the numbers coming down a little bit today.
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ve doppler 7. we have the usual low clouds and fog. tomorrow we cloud up in anticipation of a series of low-pressure systems that will get us wet for the second half of theworkwe sunnyvale. 53, san francisco. cooler, from our east bay hills camera. you see the fog there. the deck is about 1,200 feet. if you're headed out we have dry roads and partly cloudy. a small craft advisory around the bay and that's north of the golden gate and the bay bridge. so breezy towards the delta. the clouds, well, the low cloud deck will erode and it should be a pretty nice afternoon. today is the warmest and the sunniest of the next seven days by far and then tomorrow mostly cloudy and a few areas of precip develop through the overnight hours. it will be until wednesday when we bring up the accumulating rain. 65 in oakland today. 68 in san mateo. looking at numbers in the low to mid-70s. so we're five degrees cooler inland, even cooler in the city at 59. the coast, mist and drizzle this
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morning and looking at the rain increasing by wednesday. some light chances. and then by thursday and friday, one on our storm impact scale. we're talking downpours, alexis. i can't even believe it. we've seen rain in may and june and heavy rain, but we haven't had much of a spring. it's been cool. >> yeah. >> it will help with our water issues for sure. we're slipping below 100% now. no gdtty snificant in the
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