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going out about possible power outages this summer. san francisco could go dark even if there's no actual fire danger in the city. first, a live look outside. we had a rainy weekend. that's a beautiful picture this morning, mike nicco. so we understand some big changes are coming at the end of the week. it's beautiful. just tweeted it out saying i see sunshine. no rain this morning. there's fog out there. our rain has turned into fog and look at the dangerously low visibility in napa at the airport, petaluma at your airport, less than an eighth of a mild. so bus stops this morning going to be hard to see those kids. please slow down. it hasn't bled that far south on 101, but it could with light and variable winds. so keep that in mind. it will be around the entire morning commute. look at these temperatures right around the upper 40s to near 50. it's definitely cool they are morning. 56 to 62, brighter and drier.
need the sunglasses. no need for the umbrella at 4:00 when we hit the mid-60s. by 7:00, there you go. the chance of showers and they come for the rest of us into tomorrow. first an idea about the commute. >> we've hit a quiet spot here in the morning commute. no complaints. we will take it. we had an earlier issue, a collision on northbound 87 just before the 101 merge. north of where this camera is but that did clear up 45 minutes to an hour ago and those delays are long gone as well and a quick check of drive times walnut creek to dublin in the green at 14 minutes. definitely going to see some fog along the stretch. two earlier crashes, both have cleared, though. highway 1 into los gatos at 22 minutes. class is back in session after a scary situation on >> a coach tackled a student who
brought a gun to school and the suspect is angel granados dias. he is due in court in portland today currently being held on half a million dollars bail. this morning we are hearing from that high school football coach who tackled the student. he used to work for the 49ers. anser hassan live at levi stadium for us. anser? >> reporter: good morning. that coach is keanon lowe who used to be with the 49ers in 2016. he's getting a lot of praise from around the country this morning. students told police that last friday dias walked into the classroom wearing a trench coat and pulled out a long gun. the coach said when he saw the gun he immediately lunged towards dias trying to get the gun from him but dias wouldn't let go. the coach said he tried to keep the gun pointed away from students trying to run. coach lowe spoke exclusively with "good morning america" telling them he doesn't think he was in the classroom by coincidence. he believes he was there for a
reason. >> to be there for the kids and the community. in that moment i was called upon, and i just reacted. like i said, instincts kicked in and i was able to, make something good out of something that could have been very, very tragic. >> reporter: no one was injured. dias now faces several charges including possession of a loaded firearm in a public space. coach lowe says going forward he would like to do more to end gun violence on campus. reporting live anser hassan, abc 7 news. it's 6:03 now. san mateo police expected to release more information today after an arrest at a shopping center. it started with reports of a man carrying a gun at hillsdale mall. several people posted saying they were locked inside. the mall was searched and cleared. the suspect was later arrested about two miles away at laurel wood shopping center. pg&e's power shutoffs could affect san francisco even
for wildfires. the utility company says it will temporarily cut power to areas with high wildfire risk. that includes the east bay which is prone to windy and dry conditions in the summer. "the chronicle" reports some transmission lines in the east bay are connected to power lines in san francisco which means a shutoff there could impact the city. earlier this month cal fire determined pg&e equipment started the campfire, the deadliest wildfire in state history. today the city of piedmont is expected to move forward with a plan to stop under aged vaping and tobacco use, approving $400,000 state grant to hire a school resource officer. the officers will visit schools to cut down on use as well as drug and alcohol use. the officer will also create a diversion program for teens caught using tobacco products. according to a new report from "the new york times," bank staff noticed suspicious activity in accounts tied to president trump and jared
kushner back in 2016 and 2017. anti-money laundering specialists recommended they look into several transactions. employees prepared reports at the time but bank executives never filed them. "the times" said deutsche bank lent several millions of dollars. a grandmother and her grandchildren are safe after rescue crews pulled them from their submerged suv. the woman drove into the pond at a mobile home park in rohnert park. this was saturday night. the woman said she mistook the opening to the pond for the next street. witnesses say it was raining hard at the time. >> i heard this -- and then the dog started to bark and then i realized there's a car in the pond. i mean, i've never seen that before. >> the driver and her 3 and 7-year-old granddaughters were not hurt. police say the 59-year-old
driver showed no signs of being under the influence but they've requested the dmv evaluate her driving status. the clock is ticking to raise enough money for a makeup prom for students because the weather just completely ruined their planned weekend party. >> what a bummer. students spent the school year planning and raisin money for the gala. they chartered a yacht for a cruise on san francisco bay. a small group of students boarded in alameda to decorate while sailing to pick up their classmates but the conditions were so rough it made it too unsafe to dock. the currents were just out of control and it was even hard to stand. >> the boat just came and left again. many of the students huddled beneath the overhang taking cover from the wind and rain. marshall staff set up a go fund me page to pay for a makeup prom
before graduation, but that happens in less than three weeks. c7ne.com. link on our website, a memorial to the parkland school shooting goes up in flames. if you're heading out of town this memorial day, so are millions of other americans. new at 6:00, the day you'll want to avoid to beat the traffic. and here's a look at the storm impact scale which starts about 7:00 tonight and goes all the way through about 11:00 tomorrow with scattered showers, thunderstorms, a third of an inch more of rain is on
some of our warmest temperatures are in san francisco from 49 to excelsior, bayview and crissy field. 51 in richmond and everybody else until you get to pittsburg 50, 41 in fairfield and 45 in santa clara. look at that, sunshine showing up on sutro tower. what a gorgeous start to the day that will be good for outdoor activities. there's a ton of pollen as things continue to bloom. low to mid-60s this afternoon. a little more sunshine by 8:00. ing cle the peninsula.
mid-60s this afternoon, no need for the air conditioner but you may need to run the furnace. upper 50s, mid-to upper 50s, low to mid-60s. i bet there are other things to talk about. >> we've hit a sweet spot. quite a few crashes when we started off. nothing major so that's good news. we are looking at our typical slow spots. metering lights on for almost an hour. 5:22 the official time. southbound 880 pretty heavy through the 92 interchange. new at 6:00, if you're planning to travel this memorial day weekend you're not going to be alone.
43 million americans plan to travel this year. most will drive. in san francisco the worst day to hit the road is saturday between 1:00 and 3:00 p.m. lando, neworcitynd las vegas are the top three. anaheim is number five and san francisco is the tenth most popular place. >> that's pretty good. i like where we are on the poll. the dangerous items amazon is planning to house inside distribution centers. strong reaction to a commencement speak. the are confusing quilted northern are confusing quilted northernf. for a bouncy castle. they're both durable, flexible and nice to have at parties. but quilted northern is not a bouncy castle.
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a huge fire in florida. this was a memorial for parkland shooting victims and it this is all on purpose. dozens gathered to honor the 17 people who died in the shooting. david best, the san francisco artist who built the memorial says he hopes the burning is therapeutic for survivors. it's what he has done to s temp around the world. volunteers worked around the clock for two weeks to have this completed in time. it is 6:15. you have to listen to the next story. close to 400 college graduates in atlanta will not be having to worry about student debt.
>> my family is making a grant to eliminate their student loans. >> what? that is robert smith at morehouse college yesterday and, yes, he indeed promised to pay off the loans for the entire senior class. the billionaire investor is the ceo of vista equity partners headquartered here in san francisco. abc 7 news spoke with a morehouse alum who graduated in 2013 and is about to start repaying his student loans. he says the 2019 graduating class should not take the gift for granted. >> one of the things beautiful about this act of giving, we're able to start a generation of wealth. that gives them the opportunity to actually give back to their college. to give back to morehouse and not be tied solely to their debt. >> he had already pledged a pay.
>> it's a beautiful thing. i love it so much and what a day for those grads. >> that's the next bubble is student death in the billions. and if they default it could be like the housing crisis. if we could start off one generation with a clean slate. a look at mt. tam. this is looking to the south. looking to the north, really thick fog. be careful. dry until 7:00. that's when the showers increase and the thunderstorms are possible through tomorrow. unsettled through about thursday and cooler than average. the week is looking drier and more typical.
definitely need the sunglasses. don't need the umbrellas. a couple hours of almost total sunshine before you see the e are starting the commute. showers, thunderstorms possible more waves of showers through 7:00. just can't get rid of them. as we head north to south, the cold front sweeps through and cleans us out. so a look at sfo. no delays this morning. look at that. hardly a cloud out there. with the potential for some brief downpours there might be some minor road flooding that would be my biggest concern out of tuesday. as far as today goes look at the temperatures, upper 50s along the coast into san francisco. low to mid-60s elsewhere. a few upper 60s in the east bay valleys. even colder tomorrow. a lot of 50s for highs. we bounce back wednesday and thursday and then saturday and sunday 50s at the coast, 60s and 70s for the rest of us and no
chance of rain. >> okay. sounds good. and we are taking a look at the roads this morning. actually don't have too many issues to talk about. we are filling in in our busy spots, the richmond side of the bridge. that backup on 580 not terrible yet. maybe just about a y. typically by this time it's a little bit longer than that on a monday through thursday commute. mike mentioned the fog. boy, we have a lot of it in the north bay this morning. the 101 corridor you are heavy through the 116 interchange on southbound 101. also 121 state route 37 if you're coming from vallejo in the usual areas. make sure you're driving for conditions and increase that following distance with fog that dense. drive times are looking good, too, in the yellow, the bay bridge metering lights are on and have been for almost an hour. in the yellow at 12. 101, san francisco to sfo still in the green at ten minutes.
"good morning america" is coming up. >> and amy robach with a look at what's ahead. good morning. great to be with you both. coming up we are tracking the life threatening storms stretching from the heartland to the northeasn the storm zone. the latest on the 8-year-old girl kidnapped, snatched from her mother's arms. a good samaritan will join us live. plus, the new and rare images. the brand-new american idol is here live. 18-year-old winner laine hardy flying all night to join us for his first tv interview. >> did you watch the finale of "got"? >> yes, of cdid. >> what did you think? >> no spoilers, though. >> honest take.
amy does not shade unless it's the truth. she doesn't. >> she tells the truth. she's with all of america, most of america this morning. that's how everyone is feeling. thank you, amy. we appreciate your candor. we'll see you soon. >> sure. >> you know i don't watch. i believe you and i believe amy and that is all. >> and the 54% on rotten tomatoes. >> wow, really? yikes. hundreds of east bay teachers are hitting the picket line mak the district. >> and also a dream job, working and living on a private island in the bay area. deal talk. my 2 for $5 breakfast croissants deal is back. with grilled ham and hickory smoked bacon or grilled sausage on a warm, buttery croissant, it's way better than dry cereal. i wish i was warm and buttery. aww man. download the jack app and order my 2 for $5 breakfast croissants.
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grass and mold are creeping up. amazon is building warehouses across the country to house hazardous products. the announcement comes after dozens were hospitalized when a can of bear repellent exploded. the plan was in the works before this incident. the warehouses will be with special items. how would you like to get paid six figures to live and work on a private island in the bay area? >> that doesn't sound bad. an innkeeper position. abc 7 news took a trip to the east brother light station off the coast of richmond to meet the happy couple who now has their dream job. tyler and his wife were selected out of thousands of people to run a bed and breakfast. they say island life is great but it's also a lot of hard work. >> cooking, cleaning, making the
beds, the reservation system. >> after the position went viral tyler's sister, skye, back in portland, maine, sent us the link and said you would be perfect for this. >> and apparently they were. their unique backgrounds including living on a 30-foot boat in napa helped secure the job. it pays $130,000 a year along with room and board. next at 6:30, a push to make muni free. and some uber and lyft drivers accused of gaming the system to boost sur
cheaper. >> hearing about the key to a better night's sleep. the simple thing you can do to improve your sleep in one week. sound goods. >> we could all learn from that. good morning on this monday, may 20th. >> you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. no rain now, mike. >> a little bit of fog out there from last week's rain but more rain on the way. the bus stops, visibilities are down less than a quarter of a dangerous all the way through. maybe the fog could start moving across the bridge. that still remains to be seen. let's talk about the sunshine.
near 50 degrees at 7:00. no warmth today, mid-60s. already back in the 50s with a first shot of rain at 7:00. more on that coming up. alexis and i had a little theory going. how many people took off the whole week knowing memorial weekend is this weekend? >> i think it's possible, mike. that means probably lighter than ever volumes next week, too, since that is the official holiday week. we'll see. we just are enjoying a lighter than average commute. no complaints from the traffic center. a minor crash 680 past sunol boulevard and sounds like one lane is blocked now. initially it sounded like there were injuries. chp changed that to say there were no injuries. that is good news and we'll look at the drive time with a few others. westbound 580 tracy to dublin, 58 minutes. a little bit over an hour at our worst point. southbound 680 dublin to mission ba boulevard. northbound 85, highway 101 to
cupertino still in the green at 17 minutes. alexis, thank you. school will be in session today for one east bay district even though it looks like their teachers won't be there. >> teachers plan to strike this morning. they're demanding a 10% raise. the district is first year and salary increase the following year. amy hollyfield is live for us. >> reporter: good morning. schools will be open in union city and in hayward despite a teacher strike, so the teachers will not be inside the classrooms. they're going to be on the picket line, about 600. both sides failed to reach a deal over the weekend. talks fell apart so they're going on strike. the district says with schools open students will be expected to be in class.
>> we understand that crossing the picket line can be a personal choice of the students who are absent due to the strike. those will be unexcused but no penalty for those students not coming to school. >> and the main sticking point in the contract talks the teachers union wanted to let people know school instruction will not be done by regular teachers and that instruction will not be equivalent to the current school year. the strike is set to start this morning. it's a personal decision. so we'll see what students decide to do today. amy hollyfield, abc 7 news.
the ghost ship trial will resume and jurors will hear some of the final words of the people who perished. it's going to be a tough day. prosecutors will read text messages sent while the inferno was closing in on the victims. 36 people died. firefighters said many had no chance to get out. derick almena and max harris both face involuntary manslaughter charges in the case. 6:34. protests over abortion rights are not slowing down. demonstrators marched in protest of recent anti-abortion measures passed in both states. the laws criminalize for doctors and make no exceptions for rape or incest. they are distancing themselves from the new state laws. >> you're seeing laws on both sides of the argument in the extreme. i don't support the alabama law.
>> president trump tweeted out he is strongly pro-life with three exceptions, rape, incest and protecting the life of the mother. a legal fight that's likely to go all the way to the supreme court and challenge roe v. wade. a memorial for former east bay congresswoman ellen tauscher. the 67-year-old tauscher died following a battle with cancer. she represented parts of contra costa for 13 years and later served in the state department during president obama's administration. former secretary of state hillary clinton and senator dianne feinstein will deliver eulogies for tauscher. the latest on the push for a free muni. another proposal has emerged to eliminate fares, services of uber and lyft. city leaders and community groups have called for free muni in the past. right now it is free for seniorf citinccoraat udtsxamid transit
pricing and the team found that reducing or eliminating fares to make it more competitive. >> the rain delayed but did not stop ceremonies at cal state, east bay. they pushed back their sunday morning ceremonies until the evening. workers toweled off the seats before grads walked onto the soccer field. graduates were also honored at that ceremony because theirs had to be rescheduled because of the ran. whether they ran for fun or competed for a title house of runners may be sore this morning after finishing bay to breakers. >> abc 7 news was downtown when rain soaked the starting line about two hours before the race began. soggy sneakers and the grueling hey street hillsomeone dressings a superhero.
>> it was great. a perfect day. the villains were at bay. city streets are safe. >> it was a tough journey because with the rain there is less supporters and partiers to keep you motivated. >> speaking of partying, race organizers and police enforce add no alcohol policy along the route. did she think it was santa con? kids, don't drink. and run. some uber and lift drives accused of tricking the system. we are down 165 points. another update on how the markets are doing up next. kamala harris reveals her plan to close the gender pay gap. ford announcing major cuts to its workforce this morning. >> first, you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. here is meteorologist mike nicco. look at these temperatures,
mid to upper 40s throughout the south bay. until you get around san francisco, san carlos and alameda, low to mid-50s. these temperatures up to seven degrees cooler than even yesterday morning which was damp and cool. we're cool today. look at that. you need sunglasses already. some of those dry roads. evening showers after 7:00. mass transit chilly this morning. light breezes on the bay today. the north bay, low to mid-60s. don't let that fool you. you're the first to get wet weather around 7:00 or 8:00 and dropping into the mid-50s. here is a look at what will happen along the east bay shore. sunshine and clouds through noon. more sunshine in the afternoon hours will push us into the low 60s. already by 6:00 we're dropping into the 50s and in san francisco we're stuck in the 50s all day today with a whole lot
more sunshine than we had over the weekend. by 8:00 some rain is going to start moving in, i think, to san francisco, also. i'll tell you the movement of the rain during the want to bri. so far you've been pretty happy. not coining. we don't have manys board. maybe some folks heading out for the holiday early. we are looking live at the san mateo bridge. folks leaving hayward. no major delays. we did have reports of a pedestrian on the eastbound side of the bridge. not sure if there was a breakdown or what the situation was. better news, southbound 680, we had a minor crash that has already cleared from the boards. a residual delay around 12 miles an hour for your average. no delays. ace 3 and 5 on time.
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a series of severe storms and the threat continues. let me show you this major outbreak. now the storm prediction center doesn't say that very often. we don't get many but it's oklahoma city down to snyder,k. 40s this morning. the hoodie at 11:00 and by 3:00 in the 60s. a few showers around socal. another winter weather advisory through 8:00 tomorrow in the sierra.
>> very cool. >> that's where you started. and look at you now. so proud of you. >> i get to play with you guys. class will be in session at a portland high school after a school shooting was stopped. >> reporter anser hassan live at levi stadium. good morning, anser. >> reporter: good morning. that coach is keanu reeves who used to be an analyst with the 49ers back in 2016. he's getting a lot of prez praise from around the country. students told police last friday dias came into class wearing a trench coat and pulled out a gun. when the coach saw the gun he immediately tried to grab it but dias wouldn't let go. he says he tried his best to keep the gun pointed away from the other students. he put his life on the line because he knew he had to act. >> i ended up getting the gun
from him, holding him off with my left hand and calling for a teacher to come grab the gun from me. i feel like itch was put in tha room at that moment for a reason to protect those kids. >> reporter: no one was injured. dias faces charges of possession of a loaded firearm in a public place. going forward coach says he wants to get involved in programs. reporting live, anser hassan, abc 7 news. new at 6:00 a.m. california senator and hopeful kamala harris has unfailed her plan to close the gender gap in pay between men and women. census bureau numbers show women make about 80 cents for every dollar earned by men. harris calls for requiring companies to get an equal pay certification. >> i am proposing we shift the burden. it should not be on that working woman to prove it. it should instead be on that
large corporation to prove they're paying people for equal work equally. it's that simple. under this plan employers would have to disclose what they pay everyone. they would have to prove that men and women are equally paid. mp would hav t merit, performance or seniority. that would change the game. now your money money report. the company announced the move less than an hour ago. >> 7,000 jobs and they start tomorrow. they will save $600 million a year. uber and lyft are threatening to deactivate driver accounts after some turned off apps to cause surge pricing. it reportedly happened at reagan international airport in washington, d.c. drivers claim they coordinated to log off the app and then logged back in once prices spiked. drivers say they did it because
they don't feel they're getting paid enough. spotify is testing a smart assistant speaker that fits in your car. they're calling it car thing. it's designed to assess how people listen while on the go. it's in its testing phase so you can't buy it yet. it's a voice controlled music and podcast device. taking a live look at the new york stock exchange, you can see we are down 80 points which is better than where we were a few minutes ago. the u.s. markets, just like the rest of the world overnight, investors are so worried about the trade war with china. now let's talk about sleep and not getting enough. parents, if your kids are tossing and turning overnight, a new study says there is something they can do to get a better night's sleep. >> it's something we all can do, less screen time. researchers focused on teenagers for this study and say sleep improved in just one week, phones, tablets, computers.
they say the blue light from electronic devices reduces our production of melatonin making us feel wired and not tired though we're actually exhausted. the warriors can move on to the nba finals for the fifth year in a row with a win in portland tonight. this picture of steph curry's choice of matching sweatshirt and shorts combination during yesterday's media session in portland. i guess some people thought it was not appropriate. i don't know. but anyway it made for a fun moment with draymondee hereseactiourry'soutfits t. >> you wore a shorts with a suit. >> you're trying to go at me. i've got you. i'm on to you. you saw how many people put on shorts with that suit after
that? i'm on to you. >> golden states look to go sweep the trail blazers tonight. the dubs' next win sets up an nba final showdown with either milwaukee or toronto. >> different challenges thrown after you. it's different how you respond and you react to those that help you have this level of consistency. we take pride. >> you can catch game four live at 6:00 tonight on our sister network espn. >> what was wrong with his outfit? >> i don't see anything wrong with it. i have a hoodie and i never look good when you put the hood on. did you see steph -- pfely perc. >> a 45 degree angle and it just stays there. >> when you win that much you can wear whatever you want. >> i like it. i think it's great. you want draymond on your team but you don't want to be against him. he is ruthless whether it's on the court or off.
>> very funny. >> no kidding. yeah. i can't wait to watch that game. game four. shows you what a beautiful day we have unfolding. partly cloudy conditions, random light showers around 7:00 and they increase overnight and some thunderstorms, we'll throw those in tonight and tomorrow, also. unsettled and cooler than average up until the weekend. now if you are going to go outside look what the rain has done. tree pollen high still. uv index is going to be high today, also. i'm watching this swirl in the atmosphere. this will drive down more of an inside slider but is close enough to us and it brings us chances of rain and that's why we have that winter weather advisory for the sierras because of the low. storm impact scale is a one tonight through tuesday with scattered showers, just waves of showers, sometimes thunderstorms, not a lot of rain up to a third of an inch. as we go through present to noon you can see, yeah, a little wide out there, still some clouds. we're not going to be completely
sunny but maybe an hour late this afternoon. you can see by 7:00 the showers and potential thunderstorms lining up in the north bay because you're further west and then them just spread overnight. they're waiting for us at 4:00 tomorrow morning through 9:00 for the commute and there's more waves of showers during the afternoon, early evening hours but then things start to change. here comes the cold front sweeping down and overnight will be drier and quieter air. my storm concerns a little bit of flooding for the downpours and thunderstorms especially tomorrow. my accuweather forecast, there's no storm impact scale on wednesday and thursday. some random showers are possible. even when we get into the 60s and 70s this weekend, slightly cooler than we should be. at least it will be dry. a lighter than average commute. one of our busier spots. we have about a 15-minute buildup now on westbound 580.
of course that is due to the emergency road repair and those metal plates you have to drive over but that's better than a normal monday through thursday commute. a minor issue. we have reports of a large box. a little heavy just south of there but that is about it. a quick check of drive times back up to an hour. tracy into dublin.
i think it's you. >> your time to shine, mike. it's 6:55. hold up, we have seven things to know before you go. the first one the weather. we have a little fog out there. very dangerous, the visibility, less than an eighth of a mile. elsewhere, look at all that sunshine, dress warmly, 40s to 50s this morning. 60s this afternoon. by 7:00 the rain returns. number two, you're looking live at picket lines forming outside james logan high school in union city. teachers are going on strike today in the new haven unified school district. union leaders want a bigger raise than the district is offering. number three, the ghost ship trial resumes in oakland today and jurors will hear text messages and voice mails from fire victims trying to reach loved ones when they couldn't escape the fire. number four, a memorial will take place in washington, d.c., this morning for former east bay congresswoman ellen tauscher. the 6 7-year-old died last month
following a battle with cancer. looking really good this morning for the morning commute. we had a handful of crashes early and then we really hit a quiet stretch here. i don't have any major problems and lighter than average volumes. number six a win for the warriors in portland tonight means golden state moves on to the nba finals for the fifth year in a row. you can catch game four against the trail blazers live at 6:00 tonight on our sister network espn. number seven, we won't spoil anything in case you haven't watched the final episode of "game of thrones," but a lot of fans are not happy with the way the series ended. they say they're disappointed with who ended up on the iron throne. >> and the way they treated some of their female characters at the end. 54% on rotten tomatoes. >> alexis, had you seen it, do you think you would have been disappointed? >> absolutely. i would have been outraged. >> the worst. total totally. >> you and i watch
good morning, america. millions across the heartland and northeast bracing right now for life-threatening storms. severe weather stretching across the country on the heels of these massive twisters. more than 40 tearing across the plains. nearly sweeping up these storm chasers, and leveling homes. now the new threat. we're live in the storm zone. abortion ban battle. [ chanting "my body, my choice" ] as protests spread across the country, the 2020 candidates take stands as president trump also weighs in, splitting with some republicans on the new restrictions. daylight. the horrifying moment an 8-year-old girl is kidnapped taken right from her mother. the chilling abduction caught on