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good morning. it's friday, august 30th. nice to be here. >> nice to have you here. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. mike, is this a good three-day weekend? >> i think so. if you like temperatures in the 60s at the coast, close to where we should be this time of year. i've got the forecast for you. this is the golden gate br not foggy yet. but i expect the cloud cover to continue, to descend onto the deck as we head through the morning commute. more dew in the air, also. 59 to 6.
there could be patchy fog in the north bay valleys and along the coast. mid to low 60s this afternoon through this evening at the coast. then we've got mid to upper 70s bay and inland at noon. 79 to 88. a little warmer this afternoon. 72 to 81 with dry air as we head through the evening hours. here is frances. a live shot of the bay bridge toll plaza. you can see traffic is super light right now. no metering lights. there was even a hit-and-run at the tolls, no delays at all still. there are a few problem spots out there, one in concord, although the countercommute direction. a big rig crash northbound 242 blocking the grant street off-ramp. you can see traffic flowing very well through the area. clayton is an alternate for you. also, as we head farther south, there's an injury crash southbound 85 at blossom hill. i put in a little speed sensor there. traffic moving at 76 miles per hour past the accident. new this morning, a person has been injured in this house
fire in los gatos. it broke out in a home on overlook road before 11:00 last night. two people were sitting outside after they got out. one person was hurt and had to go to the hospital. just a few hours later, another fire broke out at a business that was less than three miles away. the two-alarm fire broke out at a business on village lane near pettycoat lane. santa clara county firefighters could be seen surrounding the smoke-filled building. the extent of damage is not known. the cause of both fires is under investigation. the two men in the back of this patrol car are under arrest after police say they tried to sell stolen dogs. three puppies were taken from a san francisco animal rescue organization on wednesday night and thanks to social media, the shelter has two of those dogs back this morning. one is still missing. abc 7 news reporter amy
hollyfield live at sfpd headquarters with how a stranger helped police track them down. amy. >> reporter: yes, we have quite a story for you this morning and some cute video to go along with it. take a look. >> there they are. lana and levy. >> reporter: these huskies were stolen, but they were found last night. they were taken from the family dog rescue shelter in san francisco. police did arrest two people in connection with their disappearance. they were stolen from san francisco but found in hayward. shelter volunteers saw an ad for the stolen dogs online and jumped into action. >> we had a lead that they were possibly being sold in hayward. on very short notice we contacted the hayward police department. they took it seriously and they set up the sting, and we unwittingly actually appeared in the middle of the sting. but, yeah.
so they recaptured or retrieved our stolen property. >> reporter: but this little baby is still missing. a 6-week-old pit bull puppies. shelter workers say he's under vaccinated, sick and on medication so it's urgent they find him. they have surveillance video of the break-in. the shelter says the dogs along with electronics were stolen. hayward police are working with san francisco police on this case. it looks like someone thought they could make some good money off those huskies. the ad was asking for $800 for each dog. the dogs are okay. they're back with the shelter. the director is now expecting to have a busy morning. she's thinking a lot of people will be calling and inquiring about adopting those darling dogs. live in san francisco, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> hoping for a happy ending for all three dogs. thank you very much. the man accused of killing
two men is due in court. investigators say malik dosouqi lured his victims to skyline boulevard and murdered them. doctors examined dosouqi at the request of the judge who noticed he was randomly laughing in court. today's hearing will focus on the resulteds of those health evaluations. hurricane dorian is gaining strength as it barrels across the atlantic ocean. right now dorian is a category 2 storm, but could reach category 4 by the time it makes landfall near west palm beach, florida. that could happen monday night or tuesday morning. florida's governor asked president trump to declare a pre-landfall disaster so the state can take advantage of federal resources in preparation for the storm. dorian may be the strongest hurricane to hit florida's east coast in three decades. let's go over to mike for a closer look at the path of dorian. >> we were talking about it there and you were showing, it did strengthen to a 2 overnight. that means it has winds 110 to
125. it's go into slam into the grand bahama island, the northern part of the bahamas with 130 to 140 miles per hour. we'll show you it could be near jupiter, west palm beach. maybe two feet of rain, dangerous storm surge, rip currents, power outages for weeks, structural damage that could last for months. $12 billion to $15 billion in losses possible. >> we'll keep tracking that. despite dorian,il o pel ber holiday weekend. trip advisor estimating more than 61 million people driving to a destination, 27 planning to fly. new york, d.c., boston, l.a. and orlando are the top destinations. be sure to give yourself extra time flying out of oakland international airport this weekend. officials are expecting more than 191,000 passengers through tuesday. they expect monday to be the
busiest day. an estimated 47,000 passengers. travelers encouraged to arrive 90 minutes early for domestic departures, three hours early for international flights. closing the doors for good. why one bay area fry's store is shutting down in a few months. a vape warning. the health al left sleep number 360 smart bed.st sale of the year on a can it help keep us asleep? yes, it senses your movements and automatically adjusts to keep you both comfortable. it's the last chance to save 50% on the sleep number 360 limited edition smart bed.
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in the south bay. dew on the grass and cars. we have 60s around santa teresa and mountain view. warm spot alameda and san pablo, 64 degrees there. we've got 59 in lafayette, 55 in novato. looks like you can fall down and sleep right on that, nice pillow of clouds. it will be good along the bay. sunny spots and cool in the beaches. staying cool. strong sunshine in our beaches and lakes. 55 in the north bay. clouds at 9:0061. afternoon sunshine. stuck in the clouds and 60s through 9:00. mid 70s with sunshine this afternoon. for san francisco, upper 60s to right near 70 with our brightest times from about 2:00 to 6:00. >> it's the friday before a three-day weekend. we also have burning man this week. traffic has been great this morning. a few minor problems but not much of a delay. a live shot at the golden gate
bridge. you'll see it's flowing well. earlier fog advisory. mike says the fog might move back in. here is 101 in san rafael. southbound traffic on the right-hand side. no problems to the golden gate bridge. we'll also check out the ride on 680 in walnut creek. it's fine as you head southbound towards highway 24. northbound 242 at grant street. a big rig accident blocking the off-ramp for a while. check out all these drive times. not even a delay on westbound 580 out of tracy. >> thanks, frances. sonoma county is issuing a health warning about the dangers of vaping. in ventura county, the department of public health is investigating two cases of lung injuries possibly linked to vaping. since june, 36 cases of lung illnesses in california connected to vaping were so serious that the patients had to be hospitalized. 193 people across the country had to be treated for serious lung injuries related to vaping. the cdc says at least one death
connected to vaping has been confirmed in illinois. on the peninsula, the fry's electronics store in palo alto is closing its doors for good this january. it's been in the ventura neighborhood since 1990. a spokesperson for the computer hardware chain says the lease is up on january 31st and can't be renewed. customers can visit other bay area stores in sunnyvale, fremont, san jose, campbell or concord. palo alto considering using the space for housing, saying that tract can hold up to 200 units. uber and lyft put up big money to fight a controversial labor law. an better bay area through hair. the initiative
president trump says he has an answer to gun violence, opening more mental institutions. staffers are looking for ways to incorporate that into policy. the president's plan has gotten flak from mental health officials. they say this approach would do little to reduce mass shootings like the ones in gilroy, el paso and dayton. they also say it stigmatizes mental health issues by linking it with violence. uber, lyft and door dash are spending millions to fight a bill they say poses a fundamental threat to their
business. the bill would force the companies to treat drivers as employees instead of independent contractors, making them eligible for benefits under state law. uber and lyft say the move would lead to fewer drivers and longer wait times. now the ride hailing companies and door dash are spending a combined $90 million on an initiative that would make them exempt from the law up for a vote next month. we jai-alai pete taking initiative in their own communities. an oakland barber is on a mission to open a barber academy in east oakland. his goal is to help revitalize the neighborhood and offer career opportunities for people living there. >> barbering changed my life. i want other people to experience that.
those on the brink of not knowing whether or not they're going to college. >> he envisions opening his academy at the eastmont mall. join our better bay area group on facebook. >> i love that. i think that sort of abundance mindset. on the one hand, people are saying he's fostering a lot of competition by other barber shops in the community. he's saying everybody should have the opportunity. >> i like that. rising water lifts all boats. >> that's right. let's talk about what's going on weatherwise. it's a big weekend. a lot of us trying not to say goodbye to the summer, especially in san francisco where our hottest months are still ahead of ut, yosemite, i thought we'd start with this gorgeous shot. sun is coming up. it's 65 degrees. a cooler start is waiting for you outside. warmer ending when you head outside school or work. we have clouds around our bay
and coast. a little less inland. it's going to be cool and warmer than average this weekend. you can see clouds pushing late into coastal valleys of north bay. by noon everything is back to the coast where we'll have pockets of sunshine until you u. 73 tohe today. comfortable there. tours 65 to 68 on the peninsula coast. near 70 for downtown, south san francisco. if you cross the golden gate to sausalito. santa rosa northward, upper 80s to low 90s. you can see weave got the mid to upper 70s along the east bayshore and even mid to upper 80s in the east bay valleys. that's pretty comfortable. tonight we'll drop into the low 50s to near 60. some more good sleeping weather. temperatures a little warmer than average for saturday and sunday. those middle 90s inland really stick out. we'll drop back to near 90 inland. mid 70s around the bay, mid 60s
at the coast. typical summer, kind of holding on. frances. we've got a problem in san carlos. a water main break is blocking lanes on el camino real at san dienue,g atund we'll keep you posted on this. elsewhere, 101 looking good on the peninsula. but we're also following an accident in concord. northbound 24, the grant street off-ramp is blocked due to a big rig fuel, oil spill. clayton is an alternate at this point. elsewhere, despite the accidents and problems, traffic has been really light this friday morning. here is a live shot of the bay bridge toll plaza. you can see no delays at all, no metering lights. if you're heading to the richmond-san rafael bridge, there's just a minor wait right now at the tolls, but everywhere else -- we lad an earlier problem in san jose that has been cleared. this is northbound 101 for headlights moving underneath 880. "good morning america" is coming up at 7:00 here on abc 7.
>> rob marciano is in florida, tracking hurricane dorian and also other things on gma. >> reporter: good morning, natasha, kumasi. great to be with you on this friday. as you can see, we're on the beach in melbourne, florida, awaiting hurricane dorian which continues to organize in the open waters of the atlantic. hurricane watches have been posted for the bahamas. its forecasted to come right here, central or south florida, all the way up into the southeast corner of the united states. if you have friends and family out here, if you're traveling to this part of the country, you'll want to pay attention to what we've got on gma. one mom's warning for all parents after her daughter's terrifying near miss, almost hit by a speeding car through a stop sign when she stepped off the school bus. alex trebek, finishing chemo, returning to "jeopardy." wait until you hear what some of our favorite past champs are telling him right here on gma.
and kane brown, marshmallow, our final concert in the park, plus we're going vr on this or ar -- i don't know which or doichlkt it's ear doing. i hope you tune. in a great weekend, kumasi and natasha, back to you. >> augmented reality marshmallow concert makes me feel old somehow. i'm too hold for this. a push to remove some products from amazon. the letter three senators sent to jeff bezos. a new kind of medicine at one
by regulators. the senators penned a letter to jeff bezos asking how he will ensure recalled products won't appear in the future. for the first time, apple is loosening its grip on repairs for older iphones. the new policy will allow thousands of independent phone repair shops to buy more tools and parts to fix the out of warrantee iphones as long as an apple certified technician is doing the repairs. replacing a cracked screen will be easier for people with older products. anyone with products under warrantee will have to get their products repaired at an apple store. laughter is the best medicine at one senior center in san francisco. >> unlock life way is teaching seniors laughing yoga. this kind of yoga practice was created by a doctor in india. you won't find yoga mats, instead it focuses on stretching, chanting and
laughing to encourage playfulness. [ laughing ]. >> laughter yoga is cardiovascular. it provides stress release and creates your happy hormones. >> i think she has a really contagious laugh. maria is a certified laughter yoga leader, and she's a nurse. she says laughing yoga encourages people to connect with each other. you can do it no matter how old you are or what language you speak. >> i think this is great. it looks a little funny but it's great. smiling can trick your brain to thinking you're happy and releasing serotonin. the social connection for seniors, i'm all for it. patio furniture recall. the chairs that can break when you sit in them. a big change coming to b.a.r.t. the extra info you'll soon see on stakes signs. as we head to break, a live look at santa cruz. it's beautiful this friday. hopefully nice this weekend. i think i'm going to check
♪ ♪ ahhh, you're finally building that outdoor kitchen. yup - with room for the whole gang. ♪ ♪st ing with a j.p. morgan advisor can help you. visit your local chase branch. now at 6:30, a bicyclist killed in a hit and running crash. police are still looking for the driver. a san francisco police sergeant finds herself on the other side of the law. why she could be in trouble. jeopardy host alex trebek back to work and sharing a message of positivity. the party that kicked off
"jeopardy's" 36th season. >> good morning everyone. happy friday. it's august 30th. it's good to say friday. >> yeah, we made it to friday. >> we made it. >> how many espressos. >> two triple cappuccinos. i may need one more. >> hey there, mike. >> i lad one for mike, too. >> goodness, gracious. weatherwise, not quite that eciting outside or that energetic. we've got about 12 miles per hour in fairfield. you can see clouds pushing into the north bay valleys, trying to make it over the east bay hills. a look from tam. not nearly as thick as it was yesterday. more sunshine today and slightly warmer temperatures. starting cooler with temperatures in the 50s to near 60. mid 60s at the coast this afternoon. mid to upper 70s around the bay. upper 70s to upper 80s from
lunchtime to 4:00 inland. let's talk more to frances. is the commute moving as fast as you are? >> the commute is moving well even though we have a few accidents. a new one daly city, southbound 280 near sierra monte. 280 flowing well. we have a few problems out there, one also in san carlos. there's a water main break, el camino real blocked in the northbound direction at san carlos avenue. northbound 242, the grant street off-ramp blocked due to a big rig problem. clayton is an alternate. you can see most everywhere traffic is flowing well. we are tracking developing news in the south bay. police trying to find the driver who hit and killed a bicyclist and ran away. >> the driver left his suv behind at the scene on story road in san jose. abc 7 news reporter jobina fortson is live with the late
estlatest. >> reporter: kumasi and natasha, business owners say cars often fly through here, there's a lot of foot traffic as well. behind me in the center median you can see flowers and a candle as well. that's in honor of the bicyclist killed yesterday. san jose police say a man was driving this gold chevy sub burr ban ledding west on story road when he hit this blue chevy silverado truck before continuing through the intersection and striking a bicyclist in the crosswalk. investigators say the driver took off on foot. the bicyclist did not survive the crash. his death marks the city's 31st deadly collision in 2019. >> -- >> reporter: the driver of the silverado was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. police have not released any additional information about the bicyclist. if you have any information that could help them in their investigation, please contact
san jose police right away. live this morning, jobina fortson, abc 7 news. >> jobina, thank you. a 12-year-old brentwood girl is in the hospital this morning being treated for critical injuries after being struck by a hit-and-run driver. it happened yesterday morning on sunrise road and trail side drive. the girl was just walking to school, to edna hill middle school. the driver of an suv hit her and kept on going. she had to be airlifted to uc davis medical center. police tracked the female driver to a nearby parking lot and arrested her. she's facing dui and felony hit-and-run charges. the man accused of attacking a woman outside her san francisco condo building is back in court today. yesterday prosecutors dropped a second charge against austin james vincent saying he was misidentified in that case. after reviewing surveillance video of the attack, the judge denied the request to release vincent from jail, saying he is still a public threat for this incident. as vincent was leaving, he
cursed at the judge. a san francisco police sergeant facing charges in pacifica for disrupting a meeting on homelessness. 46-year-old maria donati works for sfpd and lives in pacifica. she unlawfully pulled a fire alarm. this started on august 7th when a citizens advisory board tackling homelessness held a private meeting at the pacifica police department. prosecutors say donati demanded to be part of the meeting. when she couldn't get in, she pulled the fire alarm and left. dan noyes with the abc news i-team has been following the story and confronted donati. >> i need to talk to you about the fire alarm. can you tell me what happened? >> no, no. i'm not talking. thank you. >> why not? >> it's clear. >> we follow a philosophy down here that for bad conduct there's consequences. >> donati can face up to a year in county jail and possibly a
$1,000 fine. >> new security cameras are monitoring a busy street in san francisco's chinatown, in response to complaints about crime driving away customers. city officials and neighborhood leaders hope to stop crimes like this one. you're looking at pictures taken by a business owner when thieves broke into the suv parked outside his store. 18 new high definition cameras are recording what happens along stockton street between sacramento and washington streets. starting tomorrow, hundreds of new b.a.r.t. station platform signs will have the ability to let riders know if the trains are canceled. b.a.r.t. riders have long been frustrated when the signs say the arrival time is in five minutes and if train doesn't come or is rerouted. "the examiner" is reporting that some riders have nicknamed that phenomenon ghost train. startingomrow, more than 400 of the new b.a.r.t. displays will also list if the train features two-door cars or four-door cars. it's a bittersweet end for
an iconic bakery. a look at the big board at the new york stock exchange. an update on how the markets are doing. could frat parties be going green? a new effort to make beer pong more eco-friendly. >> i know, pliek, you and i are hearing that "red solo cup" in our head. >> i'm not singing. >> i think i heard mike sing for the first time in the four years i've been here. mike, that was beautiful. >> that was kind of a low rappish sing. weatherwise we've got mid 50s in menlo park. upper 50s to low 60s until you get to san bruno at 64 degrees. low to mid sirkts oakland, fremont, san jose, concord, antioch. santa rosa, 52 degrees right now. your commute this morning has been very quiet weather wise. very isolated spots of fog. it's cool this morning, warm this afternoon on mass transit
and relaxed breezes on the bay today. that's where you're playing on the bay or taking a ferry. peninsula, cloud cover but jump fromheo t 60s. mid to upper 70s with full-on sunshine this afternoon. grab the sunglasses. south bay, clouds through 7:00. by 9:00 breaking out in sunshine in the 60s. upper 70s to low 80s. you'll need the sunglasses and sunscreen. for the east bay valleys, 63 this morning under partly cloudy skies. mid 80s from 3:00 to 5:00. down 8 is degrees at 7:00. we'll talk about warmer weather this weekend. it will last into monday. we'll bring frances in here. looking at the various tower cams. not a lot of people on the roads. >> still getting accidents out there, but really not slowing too many folks down. i want to give you the idea of what it looks like, if it looks like this at the bay bridge toll plaza, you know it's going to be light.
metering lights vice president been turned on yet all morning. san mateo bridge also flowing well at the right-hand side moving web towards foster city and san mateo. the earlier crash in daly city has been cleared. a heads up in san carlos on el camino real, there's a water main break at san carlos avenue. two northbound lanes are blocked. also in concord, we've been tracking this big rig accident, northbound 242, the grant street off-ramp blocked. clayton an alternate. no northbound delays. slow traffic on southbound 242 approaching 680. b.a.r.t. reporting no delays right now. a heads up for this weekend. there will be track work done between orinda and walnut creek. plan on 40-minute delays or more with bus bridg
let's take a look at what's going on with dorian affecting travel plans. look at this. thousands of people are going to be affected by this, multiple airlines have waived changes and cancellation fees. cruises are adjusting itinera itineraries. airbnb affectiter let me show you what happened overnight. this is what it looked like when
it moved through puerto rico and the virgin islands. barely a hurricane, now stronger. up to a 2. 110 to 125-mile-per-hour winds. going to keep getting stronger. 130 to 140-mile-per-hour winds as it rakes the grand bahama. you can see it hitting in the nighttime hours, is when it's going to be hitting with its full fury when it's dark. some people may never have light for a couple weeks after that, especially in jupiter and west palm beach and points northward where we can have major damage and power outages for weeks, structural damages for months, up to 12 to $15 billion in losses possible. nothing to not take lightly. >> thanks, mike. developing news this morning. the search is on for this missing puppy. it was one of three dogs stolen from a rescue on wednesday night. >> it was a sting operation that led police to two of the puppies last night. abc 7 news reporter amy hollyfield is live at sfpd with
where the search stands now. good morning, amy. hi there, natasha. we have cute video to show this morning. let's start with the good news first. take a look. >> there they are. lana and levy. >> reporter: these cuties were missing. the missing huskies were found. they were stolen from the family dog rescue shelter in san francisco. volunteers at the shelter, they saw an ad for the dogs online. so they posed as buyers. they met the sellers along with police. that was in hayward. the dogs were sale for $800 each. police arrested two people and returned the dogs to the shelter's director. >> this is awesome. possibly one of the weirdest days i've ever lived for a number of reasons. it started out in a rather alarming way and ended on a
super positive note. i'm guessing i'll probably have at least 50 applications for both of these dogs by 9:00 tomorrow morning. >> reporter: now for the bad news. this little guy is still missing. he's six weeks old. they say he's under vaccinated. he's sick and on medication. they really need to find him. the shelter has video of the break-in. the puppies and some electronic equipment were stolen. hayward police say they're working with san francisco police to try to piece all of this together and to try and find that pit bull puppy. live in san francisco, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> thank you, amy. senator dianne feinstein voted against a new ballot initiative against juul. the measure would peel back a ban on vaping products in san francisco. the initiative was shut down by the san francisco democratic party board. feinstein voted no on a party endorsement of prop c. speaker nancy pelosi was also
against the measure. big tobacco has poured millions into the effort to repeal the ban. 6:44. your morning money report. a date is set for apple's next big product release. >> apple sent invitations confirming the date and the place, it's tuesday, september 10th at the steve jobs theater on the cupertino campus. the center spees is expected to be the iphone 11. according to tech crunch, rumors are there there will be three new models that include a triple camera array with an ultra wide angle lens. a live look at the new york stock exchange this morning, up about 104 points. check your patio furniture. rite-aid recalling these chairs because the frame can bend and people can fall. at least two people have been hurt so far. the company sold more than 18,000 of these $30 chairs from february to june of this year. if you have one, you can return it to rite-aid for a refund.
one company is hoping to make frat parties and tail gates more eco-friendly. > the drinkware brand ball is making aluminum cups shaped like the infamous red cops you typically use for beer pong. ball says they'll cost 25 cents each. they're also teaming up with various venues to test replacing the plastic cups with the aluminum ones. >> there are a couple of people in our news room upstairs who shall remain nameless who said they were eco-friendly in college. they would rinse out those red cups and reuse them for years. >> you're just putting beer in them. >> not everybody does that. i feel like they're give me another one, give me another one. >> you have to write your name on it. >> mike knows the protocol. bring your own sharpie. >> clean it out when you're done. >> the red solo cup is very versatile. the one line at the bottom
that's for one ounce of alcohol which is a shot. >> what is happening, mike? >> the second line is for wine, five ounces of wine. and then the third line is for 12 ounces of beer. but wait, it's not just for alcohol. if you look at the middle one, you can use it for mouthwash, a standard serving size of cereal which is way too small. >> i feel like i'm dreaming. i'm learning so much. is this real life? >> the water one is important. >> five times a day, 12 ounces. you need to fill it up there. >> wash it out. >> the solo cup. >> mike. >> what's wrong with it? there's nothing wrong with the solo cup. >> you are the meteorologist all of us need and none of us deserve. >> and it's recyclable. sutro tower, gorgeous shot.
absolutelyully it will be gorgeous later. sunny and seasonal with afternoon temperatures today reaching the 60s at the coast, 70s and 80s for the rest of us. limited clouds and fog the next couple nights which will lead to warmer weather this weekend. when wen we pull back those temperatures next week, it's going to be very summer like. the cloud cover is filling in in most of the bay and some of our lower coastal valleys into petaluma. it's all the way back to the coast where it will open up with sunshine from time to time. take a look at our temperatures at the coast. the warmest weather will be around santa cruz, 76. the rest of us in the mid to upper 60s with the lingering cloud deck over top. mid to upper 70s around the bay. mid to upper 80s inland. hottest temperatures, if you're heading to the desert, palm springs, 106 to 120s included in the excessive heat warning for today and tomorrow. mid to upper 90s through the central valley. 71 in monterey, near 90 in l.a. so if you're going to around
here tonight, mid 50s to low 60s, great sleeping weather once again. here is my accuweather seven-day forecast. we jump up about two to six degrees, maybe eight degrees inland. some of our hottest weather will be saturday and sunday. labor day looks lovely. typical early september pattern for next week. hope you have a great weekend and a safe one. here is frances. love that beer pong cup measurement graphic you have. mike has it all, temperatures, weather, wind. we have light traffic. bay bridge toll plaza, no delays at all. we've had a few accidents this morning. not slowing too many folks down. here is a live shot of 680 in walnut creek. traffic flows well, that's southbound on the right-hand side towards highway 4. we've been following this big rig accident all morning long. northbound 242, grant steet off-ramp is blocked. apparently there's an engine fluid spill, not an oil spill. but clayton is an alternate at this point. southbound 242 getting crowded as well for the normal commute
direction. also heads up in san carlos. a water main break at el camino real. a couple lanes blocked at san carlos avenue. 101 is flowing well along the peninsula. take a look at what's about to happen across the street. such an important reminder for us. a houston mother captures the moment her daughter was almost hit by a car while getting off the school bus. >> leyla, leyla. come here. no, wait, wait, wait! stop! >> the bus had its stop sign activated, but the driver of the toyota blew right past it. a mother says this is the first time her daughter rode the bus home from school, her second day of kindergarten. she was thankful she was there to tell her daughter to stop. she hopes it serves as a reminder for all of us to stop when we see a school bus dropping off children. in the south bay, after 40 years in business, a beloved bakery chain is closing the doors for good.
the owners say a labor shore tan is to blame. the prolific oven bakery chain will close its doors tomorrow. the owners say it's been tough to fill open positions. the rising cost of doing business in silicon valley left the owner with no choice but to close this family bakery after four decades in business. "jeopardy" host alex trebek is back to work. >> the be loved host was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer in march. he vowed to fight on. he's returned for the first day of season 36. he's gone through a lot of chemotherapy so far. he's on the mend. kept fans updated through social media, showing him working throughout the house, remodeling his wife's bathroom. >> who would i want to play me if they did a biographical film about me? betty white. >> he celebrated his birthday onset with the only way he knows
this friday. number one, san jose police searching for the driver in a deadly hit-and-run. the person driving a chevy sub burr ban hit a truck and a bicyclist at story road and south jackson. the bicyclist died, the truck driver is okay. number two, hurricane dorian may become a category 4 hurricane by the time it makes landfall in florida next week. florida's governor asked president trump to declare a full state disaster. two of the three puppies stolen from a san francisco animal shelter have been found after a sting by hayward police at a starbucks. two suspects were arrested, but police are still searching for this little pit bull that was also taken. number four, trip advisor estimates more than 61 million people will be driving to a destination this labor day weeked. here is a look at what's going on with today's planner i put together. it's a little cooler this morning.
a little dew out there to greet you. temperatures in the upper 50s to low 60s. mid 60s at the coast. upper 70s to upper 80s our bay and inland temperatures. number six, if you're planning a road trip, now is a great time to go. traffic has been light this morning. no delays at all at the bay bridge toll plaza. number seven, a new hampshire mom got a letter from the dmv saying they were recalling her vanity plate that says pb4wego because it was obscene. she had had it for 15 years. the governor ended up making a personal call to the dmv to ask for an exception to the rule and they made one. as i turn into my mother, i find myself being that person who is always like, did you go? it's going to be a long car ride. i'm not going to stop. >> i do it every time. i love that license plate. >> traffic around here, you never know. got to go before i leave work. you never know. >> just try, just try. >> you'll never regret it. we'll
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good morning, america. as we come on the air this friday, the new track and timing in for hurricane dorian now expected to hit florida as a category 4 storm. state of emergency, more than 17 million americans bracing for impact as dorian moves in. a monster that could pack winds up to 140 miles an hour taking direct aim at florida. the new footage of the eye of the massive hurricane, families racing to prepare. supplies flying off shelves. lines growing at gas stations. president trump now canceling his trip overseas, monitoring the hurricane as it heads for the southeast. this as a storm erupts in the race for 2020. front-runner joe biden defiant this morning over questions about an emotional war story he's been telling on the trail. breaking overnight, isis arrest.