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at 6:00 this morning, we're starting with a live look air perhaps this is the day to turn it back on. >> not only is this going to be the hottest day of the week, we also have another spare-the-air alert. you've been warned. good morning and welcome to this monday, august 26th. >> thankfully you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. here it is with meteorologist mike nicco. >> thanks a lot. welcome to monday morning. as you guys mentioned, the warmest day of the week, so it's only going to get more comfortable from here. a touch of humidity in the forecast. we'll talk about it. walnut creek, 67 right now. the interior east bay could have the poor air quality. we're all under the umbrella. so we can all do what we can to not burn fossil fuel to i da. that's what cranks it up. a look at a few fingers of fog that will keep cooler weather around the bay and especially the coast. you can see inland we go from 62, upper 80s to upper 90s noon
to 4:00. parts of the bay will get warm to hot. the coast is going to stay in the mid to upper 60s. that's still a little warmer than average. we'll talk more about the humidity coming up. first, here is frances. we're seeing delays on munis k and m line due to traffic lights being out at st. francis circle. trains are running through the area. there could be delays inbound and outbound. a.c.e. 1 moving five minutes late. b.a.r.t. reporting no delays. that's a great option for folks heading out of the east bay. metering lights are on and traffic is backed up past the 880 overcrossing. you will also find some fog across the golden gate bridge. elsewhere we haven't had too many accidents reported on bay area freeways. east bay, police investigating a shooting in el cerrito. they say an off duty officer with the san francisco police department shot a man overnight. it happened on mosier lane near kearny street. the man who was shot is expected
what led up to the confrontation. abc 7 news details. she'll have a live report coming up in the next half hour. the suspects are still on the loose after a robbery at the great mall. >> the rob robbers targeted a jewelry store there. jobina fortson is live in milpitas for us. >> reporter: natasha and reggie, shoppers told us they thought they heard gunshots. according to police, there were none. investigators say the three suspects that they're looking for in that robbery, they believe were unarmed at the time of the crime. the smash and grab happened around 7:30 last night at the diamonds bichne all these people with babies ae
and children running, and it was so scary especially -- it feels like every single weekend now we're hearing something about shootings and it feels like it's getting worse. >> the mall was reopened to great mall staff at 10:40 last night after being locked down since about 8:00 p.m. during the lockdown police searched the building to make sure there was no shooter. of course, they did not find one. live from the great mall this morning, jobina fortson, abc 7 news. there are two other mall robberies that happened across the state within hours of that incident in milpitas. modesto police released this surveillance image that shows two of the men who robbed the jewelry store at the vintage fair mall. police say four men used a sledgehammer to break glass at the store. that caused a loud noise and people panicked. those suspects got ayts were ar
reports of a robbery at the mall in canoga park. abc 7 sent out this push alert when the news first broke out last night. you can find out about breaking news right when it happens by downloading the free abc 7 news app. it is 6:04 now. this morning hong kong lawmakers are blaming the other side for protests that escalated into violence. protesters clashing with police, this after a march which ended at a park yesterday. protesters attacked officers with sticks and rods and water cannon trucks. police drew their guns and fired a warning shot. they also used disperse the crowd. pro democracy lawmakers say the government is responsible for legislation. they say police are selectively targeting government opponents.
department is teup with glide memorial to host lech sill asian night. it's designed as a forum for the lgbtq communities to offer suggestions on how to increase trust and communication with the police. this comes of the 53rd anniversary of the comptons cafeteria riots. the riots over two nights were brought on by a police crackdown. now to a story you'll see only here on abc 7 news, business owners in san francisco's union square neighborhood are demanding action after an increase in store break-ins. merchants say there's been at least eight break-ins the last several months. last week someone smashed this window and stole items and cash. in another incident a woman threw a cup of coffee inside a shoe store and knocked items off a shelf before finally bngto >> maddening, not frustrating.
maddening. the city has to do something besides about the garbage. >> we were hoping the mayor could clean up the streets. we're still waiting to see what happens. >> so far no arrests have been made. her chants say sfpd promised more patrols along union street especially at night. new overnight, the ntsb is investigating the cause of this plane crash at the santa barbara airport. fortunately all seven people on board got out safely. the aircraft was a c-130 typically used for disaster relief. it was coming from santa maria where it stopped after departing from hilo, hawaii. witnesses say fuel was spilling from the aircraft after part of the wing broke off. a new report shows many taxi drivers could be parking their cabs for good. new at 6:00, a record-breaking voyage that started right here in san francisco. now we are hearing from the man who paddled all the way to
hawaii. >> he must have some intense sunscreen on. he looks good. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. righ now it's 60 in san jose. let me show you where we end up this afternoon. yep, the heat is peaking again. yep, the heat is peaking again. 8 to 13 degrees above average.
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let's take a look at what's going on with neighborhood temperatures. low to mid 60s through most of the tri-valley. we have pleasanton at 59 along with pleasant hill. then we've got 74 in antioch, 67 in pittsburg and brentwood. take you to mountain view and down to san jose, low 60s there. in the hills of los gatos 71. low to mid 50s, cool in the north bay. west wind and fog all over the golden gate bridge. sunny spots and calmer at the beaches. afternoon too hot to be walking the pets on that hot pavement. in the bay a light breeze and temperatures above average with the strong sunshine. peninsula 50s through 7:00. in the mid 70s at 11:00. low to mid 80s from noon through about 6:00. as far as the south bay, 60s at 7:00, mid 80s at noon, near 90
in the afternoon. down to 82 at 7:00. our last stop, mid 60s at 7:00, mid 90s by noon, triple digits for about three to four hours this afternoon in our east bay valleys. mike, that is looking hot. on the freeways it's been great. however, there is a new crash reported in the north bay, westbound 37 near skaggs island. already off to the right-hand side. we're picking up some slowing approaching the scene there on westbound 37. just a heads up in the kensington neighborhood in the east bay, there's a water project going on, coventry road and valley road will be closed. there will be closures for the next 45 days. residents will see lots of slowing in the area. also in pacifica, overnight road work, northbound highway 1, one lane will be closed between fassler avenue overnight tonight and tomorrow night. westbound 580, the slowest spot, tracy to dublin, almost an hour. taxi drivers in san
francisco are struggling to make a living. according to the chronicle, about half of them want to sell their permits which allow them to run their own cabs. those permits are called medallions and they cost $250,000 each. many drivers are in dead trying to pay them off. some cab drivers told the chronicle they've received foreclosure notices on their loans. another candidate enters the presidential race. this one is a republican. it could be the first crime ever committed in outer space. th
at 6:15, a brazen robbery caught on camera. this happened in new york city. watch as the robbers tie up workers at a jewelry store. police say this happened yesterday in midtown manhattan. you can see in this surveillance video, three men, at least two holding guns. they tie up the employees before taking items from the store. investigators are not made any arrests. president trump now has two republican challengers, former illinois congressman joe walsh is going after the republican nomination in 2020. >> i'm running because he's unfit. somebody needs to step up, and there needs to be an alternative. the country is sick of this guy's tantrum.
he's a child. >> walsh made the announcement in an exclusive interview on "this week with george stephanopoulos." he was once a supporter of mr. thumb. walsh joins former massachusetts governor bill welch in challenging mr. trump. you're not going to believe this. this man's journey started right here in san francisco. here is antonio de la rosa, the first person to cross the pacific ocean as a standup paddle border. the 42-year-old left san francisco on june 9th. after 76 days he arrived in hawaii on saturday. look at the lays. he covered 2,500 miles of open ocean using wind and current. he had this boat called the ocean defender a combo paddle board and small boat. it has a sleeping cap bin, storage bins and solar panels for power.
>> gps, one inside and one outside. computer. every hour i g gps and checking the direction, moving the system. >> whoa. de la rosa says he lost about he never got sic very little sleep. >> i know this isn't the point of theg >> i don't know.pounds. that's all? >> okay, okay. think about how much -- first of all, muscle weighs more than fat, and think of all the muscle he probably built on his shoulders and arms. are you paddle board shaming? >> i'm not. i'm thinking how much people do to try to lose weight. you can't even go from here to hawaii on a paddle boat and get to your goal weight. you know what i'm saying. >> oh, my god, mike.
>> i feel the frustration. i do. someone who has battled his weight all his life. i feel the frustration. i was thinking he looked like the son of quinn from "jaws." >> i can see that. i'm glad he wasn't a victim of jaws. that's also a possible. >> quinn didn't have a good ending, did he? i didn't think about that. 55 degrees at sfo. look how squashed the marine layer is. it is hugging the ground. no delays right now at sfo. i'm not expecting any hottest day this week. there will be a hot day tomorrow, another chance of unhealthy air. this is where it peaks. slightly muggy tuesday and thursday. it's going to feel a little warm for us. and for the holiday, looks pretty nice. pretty close to average. here is a look at the cloud cover. we have some of the low clouds and fog pushing through the coastal valleys and also patches of fog breaking off and moving across the bay right now. don't be surprised if you run into a little bit o even thet' not going to be
a solid deck of clouds today. down in the south bay, it sticks out and everybody is in the low to mid 90s. gilroy 98. santa cruz 82 degrees. head up the peninsula, everybody in the mid to upper 80s. redwood city at 90. millbrae at 82. the warmer than average ocean water along the coast, mid to per 70s downtown, south south sh francisco, sausalito. cloverdale and northward, some 100s there. comfortable from richmond and berkeley, upper 70s. 80s everywhere else along the east bay shore. upper 90s to low 100s. good thing tonight, we'll drop into the mid 50s to low 60s in most neighborhoods. but wednesday morning and thursday morning with that humidity, it's going to be a little muggy and warmer during the overnight hours. the afternoon hours, temperatures pretty close to average. by friday, we lose the humidity. frances? >> mike, not too many accidents to slow you down.
there's fog across the golden gate bridge. be careful coming out of the north way heading into san francisco. elsewhere, not too big of a delay. you will find one at the bay bridge toll plaza which is backed up past the 880 overcrossing. this is 680 in walnut creek. southbound traffic on the right. that's looking good past north main towards geary and highway 24. a heads-up, overnight road work will shut down highway 4 at 680 from 10:00 tonight to 6:00 a.m. tomorrow. if you have overnight trip plans, keep that in mind. right now westbound 4 slow as well, antioch to concord, 31 minutes. if i paddle boarded to hawaii, i would expect to lose way more than ten pounds. >> i'm not shaming him. he looks great. i was just thinking -- i don't know how things work, but okay. "good morning america" coming up at 7:00 on abc 7. >> ginger save us. she's live at new york city. >> how is ginger at new york
city? she was at the d 23 think. >> and looks so bright and rested. >> interviewing every star that's ever existed. >> concealer has been myest it was a wild weekend. seriously, i think it was 85 people, a couple of droids. a lot of interviews that went on. it was a big weekend. certainly well beyond d 23 which we will be bringing you that and the new "star wars" clip. good morning to you, reggie and natasha. coming up on gma, we have president trump speaking out this morning about his trade war with china, now coming a breakthrough could be coming. also this morning, imagine driving on the highway and looking over and seeing the driver next to you asleep. apparently it happened. i don't think that's what you're seeing. it happened and tesla will be talking about it, what happened in that whole situation. plus we have the new alert that you saw the video for from
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at 6:30, devastating wildfires tearing across the amazon rain forest. the international effort to stop the flames and the new helped announced this morning. markets in turmoil. we're monitoring the open bell on wall street. world markets are mixed overnight. u.s. markets opening now as confusion grows about the trade war. we're tracking what today will bring. weather conditions to start the worrying week. it might have you wishing you were at the beach. santa cruz this morning looking a little fogged in. another spare-the-air alert day and when we can see relief. good morning on this monday, august 26th. >> glad you're with us. the hottest day of of of with us. >> yeah. there's a lot of fog along the coast. you can see in half moon bay it's moved in the north bay
valleys and reaching places like ploout and santa rosa. there's also a bunch of fog along the east bay hills. hayward and oakland, they're on the flatter land. that's why there's no report of fog at those two reporting stations. it's definitely there. here is a look at the fingers of headlines, the golden gate and the east bay. temperatures mid 50s to low 60s through 7:00. mid to upper 60s at the coast. 78 to 88 noon to 4:00 around the bay. 87 to 99 degrees. a lot of us driving in the east bay will have thermometers on our cars that will say well into 100. 60s, 70s and 80s at 7:00. more on spare-the-air and the humidity coming back. that's up next. here is frances. good morning. good morning everyone. we have a few stalls out there. really no big problems on bay area freeways. here is a live shot at the bay bridge. a stall reported coming off the bay bridge but it's not causing
delays with this live camera shot. you'll find delays at the bay bridge toll plaza backed up past the 880 overcrossing this morning. one accident on westbound 37 near skaggs island. it's off to the right-hand side. chp is on route right now. you can see there's slowing westbound 37 as you make your way out of vallejo. we have breaking news right now from sky 7. you are seeing a house fire. this is at blue bell drive and buck skin road in livermore. >> we can see active flames here, the side of the house just scorched. smoke in that area as well. you can see significant damage to the back yard and several firefighters on scene. it looks like they're at the frot of the house making entry perhaps into the garage area. but that white material at the bottom of the screen also looks like they've already put material to dampen much of the flames that we were seeing or
had reported earlier. >> this is obviously still an active scene. right next to marlin poundk. 're rkinto gher more have started.bout how this abc 7's jobina fortson is headed to the scene. this is a neighborhood with lots of homes. it doesn't look like it's spread to the house next door. obviously they sprayed it down. you can see the roof is covered in water. there is damage to the next-door neighbor's side yard. we'll continue to monitor this in livermore. we also have developing news in the east bay, a shooting involving an off duty officer. >> this happened in el cerrito on mosier lane. police say it was a san francisco police officer who apparently fired the shots. abc 7 news reporter amy hollyfield live for us on that scene. amy? >> reporter: good morning. they've just taken down the crime scene tape and reopened mosier lane at kearny street. they were here all night gathering evidence, but they've
just reopened this to traffic. you can see there is still a police officer here, though, at the scene. this happened at 10:00 at mosier and kearny. plies have not said what led up to the shooting. they're still interviewing the shooter who they say is an off-duty san francisco police officer. police say the whan who was shot is in his 40s. they have not released any other identifying information about him. he is expected to survive. we asked if the man who was shot was armed. >> not with a firearm. other type of weapon, but we won't describe what it is just yet. >> what did the officer say? >> i will not be able to discuss that just yet. >> reporter: this is right across the street from a strip mall. it has a 24-hour fitness anchoring the shopping center. there were people around who heard the shots which made it a little tough for police to find the men involved when they got here. they say the first calls that came in say it happened in the
gym or in front of it. it was a bit chaotic for them. they say the shooting happened in front of an apartment building on the sidewalk. they don't know whether this appears to be a justified shooting or if the officer could face arrest. they've been investigating and interviewing him. they wouldn't say if he lives in the area. the san francisco police department hasn't commented. amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. now to a story you'll only see on abc 7, a san francisco co-man says her car was broken into but not in the way she would have expected. >> marjorie kaplan parked her prius a block from her pacific heights apartment on friday. when she returned, she said she hardly recognized it was her car because it was disassembled and someone stole the very heavy battery. >> you go looking for your car and you know what it looks like. >> yeah. >> it didn't look like my car. i looked like a jill lop pi car. they took the seat out, cut the
wires and removed the battery which i understand weighs 180 pounds. >> kaplan reported the incident to police, but she doesn't believe any of the security cameras on the street captured that break-in. 6:36. in the last few minutes harvey weinstein arrived in a new york city courtroom to face another environment. prosecutors say it involves soprano's actress annabella a sciorra who claims he raped her in 1993. weinstein's attorney is requesting the trial be moved out of new york city. the legal team argues the intense media scrutiny would make it impossible for jurors to give him a fair trial. weinstein denied all accusations of non-consensual sex. president trump remains in fran to wrap up the g7 summit. he's already announced that next year's summit will likely take place in miami, possibly at his golf resort. global stock markets are falling as the trade were with china
escalates. president trump says negotiations are back on after china reached out last night about resuming talks. he's hopeful a deal will be made. >> i think they want to do something. they've been hurt very badly, but they understand this is the right thing to do. i have great respect for it. i have great respect for it. this is a very positive development for the world. >> also at the summit, mr. trump and japanese prime minister shinzo abe reached an agreement on agriculture. the president is dismissing a report he suggested using nuclear bombs to stop hurricanes from hitting the u.s. axios reports he's floated the idea. one source says mr. trump asked why a bomb couldn't be dropped into the eye of a hurricane to disrupt it as it moves across the atlantic. the president is calling the report fake news.
new york senator kerstirste gillibrand will try to boost her numbers in san francisco. she's one of 21 candidates vying for the democratic presidential nomination. tonight she'll be at manny's on 16th street in valencia for a meet the 2020 candidate event. tickets to the event are sold online through eventbright. >> san francisco's ban on vaping products is pushing for a ban. supporters argue wording that includes, quote, required fda authorization is misleading because e-cigarette sales are legal under federal law. prop c would allow the sale of vaping and e-cigarette products in san francisco and introduce a way to regulate them. new developments regarding the wildfire burning north of redding in shasta county. evacuation orders have been lifted. the fire is now 80% contained. the mountain fire has burned 600
acres and destroyed seven homes. two people have minor injuries. no indication yet on how that fire started. a southern california sheriff's deputy claims a sniper opened fire on him. now he's facing criminal charges. we're closely tracking what the stock exchange is doing this morning. we're up 233 points so far. we'll bring you another update on the markets next. in the east bay hundreds of people spend a day in the park for a good cause, helping send special needs children to a camp. and you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. mike, you told us the heat is coming. >> it peaks today. it feels great out in the south bay. 57 in sunnyvale, campbell 55, the cool spot in morgan hill. san jose and cambria park, 61. mountain view at 62, the warm spot. we have 60s, low to mid 60s from danville to livermore to brentwood and lip 50s from novato at 51. richmond, 59, as you look at
that. no fog to worry about at least on this side of the bridge. there is patchy fog through the 9:00 hour. mass transit very comfortable this morning. kind of hot this afternoon. be ready for that. calmer out on the bay on this spare-the-air day. in the north bay we start in the mid 50s. low 80s by noon. hang out in the upper 80s to low 90s from 1:00 through about 6:00. down to 83 by 7:00. look at all this sunshine in the east bay, a few clouds this morning. no doubt. jump from the 50s to the 60s to the 70s from 7:00 to 11:00. we hang out in the mid to upper 80s from 1:00 to 5:00. back down to a sunny 77 at 7:00. san francisco warmer than average, locked in the 60s through 11:00. low to mid 70s from noon through about 5:00. 66 at 7:00 with a few clouds roaming around. so today is the hottest day. still have another hot day throw. wait unt y see the humidity
coming back. remember how muggy it was last week? could happen again. mme? >> it's been pretty good. we have a few stalls out there. it's been calm out there. the fog has come in and out of the picture. traffic getting crowded for headlights moving westbound to the bay bridge toll plaza which is backed up into the maze. live shot of richmond-san rafael bridge shows traffic slowing as well. westbound approaching the tolls in the east bay direction near san kwenity. there's a stall blocking a lane. chp is on route to remove that. southbound 680 through walnut creek is slow as you make your way through north main. it picks up through highway 24. westbound 580 tracy to dublin, an hour and two minutes. westbound 4 antioch to concord also heavy because of earlier debris, over half an hour at this point. southbound 101 san
in the water. they say she loves this on hot summer days. >> i would be like move over tundra, make some room for me. 6:45 on a monday morning. fairfield suisun unified school district, 100 when cool gets out. be careful. 53 degrees at 7:00. only 86, one of our milder spots this afternoon. have a great first day of school. 80 to 88, san diego and l.a. a little humid down there. 100s through the stlal valley to 110 in palm springs. 85 in tahoe. let me show you the holiday weekend. saturday, sunday and labor day monday, low 80s after being in the mid 50s with a lot of sunshine. enjoy it. we want to get back to this breaking news in sky 7. this is video from just a few
moments ago from this house fire burning right now at blue bell drive and buckskin road. you can see the flames on the right side of your screen there. >> this is an active scene. it appears to be that it could be a gas leak, but we're still waiting to see if that is the case. we're gathering more information on this fire. our reporter, jobina fortson, is headed to that area to see what she can find out. as soon as we have that information, we'll pass it along to you. th to help amazon countries fight wildfires. that's on top of $5 million pledged by foundation started by leonardo dicaprio. a u.s.-based water dropping tanker is part of the effort. brazil denies claims that it has been slow to respond to those fires. a bizarre twist this morning in a deputy involved shooting in lancaster. the alameda county sheriff's
office says the whole thing was a lie. deputy angel reinosa said he was shot in the parking lot of the lancaster substation on wednesday. investigators thought the bulletproof vest is what saved him. he had no visible injuries and deputies recovered no bullets. investigators say he had been with the department for about a year. he has been fired and is now facing criminal charges. it could be another wild week on wall street. let's take a look at what is happening at the new york stock exchange. we're up 165 points. overnight world markets were a mix. u.s. futures were all over the place as investors react to president trump'sesque lakes of the trade war with china and then his comments about rethinking the trade war. in any case, at the very beginning of the trading we're in positive territory. let's see if that keeps up. new developments involving mr. b. mr. b. is a 26-pound cat that gained instant internet fame when a shelter in philadelphia posted a photo of him online.
>> mr. b., in fact, became so popular the website crashed. we're getting word this 2-year-old tab by is close to finding his forever home. the morris animal leff fuj says they've narrowed their search down to a handful of potential adopters and the adoption should be finalized early this week. >> that's where you see how big mr. b. is. >> it's hard to tell when he's not up against something you know. hundreds of people raised a lot of money in river moore to send kids to camp. >> abc 7 is a proud partner with the taylor family foundation for the 29th annual day in the park. i was there along with dan ashley, mike nicco, sue hall. mike and sue have been emceeing and hosting this event for many years. life-threatening and chronic illnesses. ef he year thousands of kids are given the opportunity to attend the camp at no cost to their
families and meet other children like them. the camp offers a space for kids and counselors to con next. >> i love it. it means so much to me, especially for kids who have chronic and terminal illnesses who can't necessarily go to a normal summer camp. >> celiac camp has changed molly's life. it's helped her so much. and i love coming here myself. i'm so grateful. >> it takes about a million and a half bucks every year. they usually race it every year to send these kids to camp. as mike knows, they have attend and be a kid while they're there and feel like they are, quote, unquo unquote, like a normal kid. >> find their people. that's amazing, mike. >> completely free. the amazing thing is all the money we raised $1.5 million sends 3,000 campers to camp for a week, it stays right here. doesn't go to another corporation or another city. it
it's an amazing camp. a friend of ours from church, he went there as a celiac -- when they expanded the camp. it started for pediatric aids camp. a lot of them became foster kids. they expanded it and he's back being a counselor. >> i love that. >> at least three generations in some families. it's amazing. congratulations. thanks for letting us be a part of it for the 29th year. looking forward to the 30th year next summer. in the east bay hills you can see low clouds hanging around. they are making themselves at home in a lot of places. watch out as you're drying around this morning, you'll run into them. go away quickly. the hottest day of the week. milder tonight. humidity coming that's going to keep nights a little muggier. it will be seasonal during those humid days. even with that, they'll still feel a little uncomfortable.
there's not a lot out there around the bay, anywhere by noon and a little at the coast. we'll have sunny spots there. we'll be from near 90 to 100, 98 in gilroy, 82 in santa cruz. temperatures from 82 in millbrae to 92 in redwood city. near 70-degree temperatures along the coast thanks to the abnormally warm sea water. in the valleys mid 90s. low to mid 90s. we've got 70s in richmond and berkeley. 80s everywhere else. 100s inlan. tonight we'll drop back mid 50s to mid 60s. you'll notice the humidity tomorrow evening and especially wednesday and thursday morning. those afternoons, 60s, 70s and 80s, where we should be. frances. taking a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. there was a crash reported in the left lane or left shoulder.
we have a live shot in the area we see traffic is backed up. can't see the crash in the live shot. it is backed up into the maze right now. we've got the spider web there glittering against the sunlight. we'll take you to the south bay and show you slowing on northbound 280. it's under the speed limit as you approach sarah toga. no major accidets reported in the south bay. you'll find slowing as well in san jose. that middle
welcome back. i's 6:54. hey, flrances. here are the 7 things you need to know before you go. we start with number one. livermore firefighters are battling this house fire burning at blue bell drive and buckskin road. this is sky 7 video. we're told there appears to be a possible gas leak here. abc 7 news reporter jobina fortson is headed to the scene. number two, in el cerrito, mosier lane near kearny street has reopened after an officer-involved shooting. police say an off duty fran police officer shot a we don't know what led up to the incident. the man shot is expected survive. a robbery inside a jewelry store led shoppers to think there had been a shooting. three suspects are on the loose. president trump wrapping up the g7 summit in france.
he says trade talks are back on with china. he's hopeful a deal will be made. number five, watch out for patchy fog this morning during the commute. be prepared for hot temperatures and unhealthy air this afternoon. number five, i was hoping for light traffic due to burning man. unfortunately that's not the case. there's a crash near the bay bridge toll plaza and it's backed up into the maze. the big debate in our news room today. which d 23 announcement is the bigger deal. we're torn between the lizzie mcguire reboot and black panther 2. disney is the parent company of abc 7. we turn to our resident expert. i think i know where he stands. >> black panther 2. i also have someone on my side, ginger zee. why do i think you're team lizzie? >> it triggers something in me, deep inside. that's what dreams are made of. >> i didn't know what that was.
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good morning, america. welcome to a new week. we are tracking severe weather threats. flash floods, wildfires and a tropical storm on the move. the midwest bracing for severe storms while out west fires force new evacuations. this as tropical storm dorian gains strength. ginger with the latest track and timing. breaking news, president trump this morning claiming a breakthrough could be coming on his trade war with china. battle against the blaze. 44,000 troops and this u.s. supertanker racing to contain the record fires raging in the amazon. world leaders and the pope now weighing in. our reporters there in the sky and on the ground live from the fire zone this morning. asleep at the wheel?