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thank you for joining us on monday morning. i'm eric thomas. >> i'm kristen sze. topping the news, oakland police are offering a major reward to find the gunman who opened fire at a block party on busy international boulevard. two people ended up dead. one critically injured. witnesses say it may have been tied to illegal driving activities. abc7's amy hollyfield is live at the oakland police department. amy? >> reporter: yeah, it started as a block party. residents say it turned into a sideshow and turned violent at 9:20 last night. two people were shot to death. man and woman. third victim, a woman was taken to the hospital in critical condition. it happened at 88th and international boulevard. police say they were sitting in a car when they were shot. witnesses in the area told abc7 a sideshow had been going on at the time of the shooting. officer have been trying to bring an end to sideshows that often turn violent. last summer they reported it
had been a side-show free summer. it's when people show off the car doing doughnuts and racing up and down the street. residents say it looks like sideshows are back in oakland. no arrests were made in last night's shooting and police haven't commented whether there was a side show going on. live in oakland, amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >> thank you very much. >> 6:01 now. this morning, police in gilroy are searching for a 15-year-old boy who has been missing since saturday. ignacio andre isiasi from arizona and he was visiting relatives in gilroy when he got in a disagreement and left. they're worried because he needs daily medication. they say the teenager doesn't know the area and he could be headed to another relative's home in newark. if you have seen him, call the gilroy police department. a missing nursing student is the subject of an intense investigation in hayward. the young woman appears to have van gnashed last friday after leaving kaiser
permanente in the middle of her shift. abc7's nick smith is live at the hospital with the latest for us. nick? >> reporter: good morning. police don't know if she simply went missing or if she disappeared without telling anybody what happened to her. the 26-year-old nursing student michele le from san mateo was last seen on friday at kaiser hospital in hayward doing clinical rotation. it was 7:00 p.m. in a break when she told a fellow student she had to run down to her car. investigators say none of this made sense, since le told nursing students she was heading to reno with a friend after the shift was over. le parked in the kaiser parking structure, according to a spokesperson is monitored by security guards. there are also security cameras throughout the garage. police say a quick scan of the videotape turned up nothing. >> we looked. we had flyovers of the area
and we haven't found anything at all that leads us one direction or another. that tells us this is, you know, a foul play incident or anything. >> investigators try tracking le's whereabouts using the cell phone towers. while oakland, union city and fremont came up as a possible location, again, police found nothing. le is a student at samuel merit university in san mateo. police say according to the friends and fellow students, they have no reason to believe she is the type to disappear without letting anyone know. police are asking anyone with information to contact the hayward police department. we're live in hayward, nick smith, abc7 news. >> thanks a lot. 6:03 now. this morning, some are saying the suspect in the beating of giants' fan bryan stow could have been caught sooner if someone had taken the time to enter critical information in the state's computerized parolee data base. "examiner" reports there was a picture of the suspect giovanni ramirez in the
system. details about the tear drop tattoo and the tattoos on his neck were never entered in the system. those details ultimately led a parole agent to identify ramirez as a suspect. ramirez was ultimately arrested by police eight days ago for the opening day attack on stow outside dodger stadium. police are still looking for a second suspect and woman who drove them from the scene on the night of the attack. stow is from the santa cruz area and remains in san francisco general hospital. in critical condition. stow's family's website states that blood clots have formed in stow's legs and doctors are very slowly weaning him off his fourth seizure medication. the family expects stow to be off that medication sometime this week. state regulators are considering a proposal by pg&e and other utilities to weaken rules on how sturdy the power poles need to be. the utility filed papers arguing that the current rule that the poles be built so they, "will not fail" is
unrealistic and too costly. some agency officials worry if rules for electrical poles are changed, the utilities may push for softer rules on gas lines next. it's 6:05 now on the memorial day holiday. check in with mike to see what we have in store for us. so far, great. >> going to guess cool? >> easy bet. >> i don't have to guess cool. i know he's cool. go ahead, sir. >> thank you very much. good morning. it's gray outside. continuing to get grayer or more gray as marine layer clouds are coming back. we have a strong sea breeze to keep temperatures cooler than yesterday. fastest at s.f.o., gusting to 21. everybody has a west to southwest wind around 5 to 15 miles per hour. look for an increase in clouds in the next hour or so. that is keeping temperatures in the upper 50s. upper 40s to low 50s. but by the afternoon hours we'll see increase and sunshine. temperatures will hit the mid-60s around the bay. upper 50s along the coast.
temperatures are 60 for monterey. upper 60s to near 70 inland neighborhood. the showers are possible for all of us tomorrow. next chance is north bay on wednesday. we're cooler than average tuesday and wednesday. once the threat of showers moves on, temperatures remain below average. at least it's dry through the weekend. good morning, frances. >> good morning, everyone. you won't encounter any traffic. around the bay area freeways but you might encounter strong winds across the san mateo bridge. wind advisory in effect. the signs are on. you can see the very far right-hand side of your tv screen right there. also, if you are headed toward s.f.o., it's looking good on 101. for headlights moving northbound through millbrae. toward san francisco. but mike was tracking slight delays reported if you are headed to new york. mass transit, because of the holiday, there is no service on ace train, a.c. transit,
bart, caltrain, muni and ferries and v.t.a. running on a holiday schedule. but there is no service as well for the alameda harbor bay ferry today. eric, kristen? >> all right, frances. thank you. 6:07 now. >> just ahead -- how the president is now weighing in on a controversy over who can give children insulin shots at school. >> plus, more damage done. the new storm that has tornado chasers focussed on michigan this morning. >> the cost of celebrating this holiday, how much more you will pay for the memorial day picnic or barbecue this year. [ man ] did we get anything good?
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good morning. it's 6:11 on this memorial day. a day when we remember the fallen troops. we take you live right now in this picture to articling top national cemetery in virginia. you can see families putting flowers and flags on their loved ones' tombs there. and president obama will be there later this morning at 7:55 our time. participating in the annual wreath-laying ceremony as well. thousands of scouts and other volunteers have now continued a memorial day weekend tradition that dates back more than 50 years. >> there you go. >> they spent part of their weekend placing american flags at each of the 138,000 graves at san bruno's golden gate national cemetery.
golden gate is one of the largest national ceremonies in america. it's the final resting place for several medal of honor winners along with slain congressman leo ryan and world war ii hero admiral chester nimitz. if you'd like a list of memorial day events held around the bay today, log on to abc7news.com. click on see it on tv. it could be early warning sign for president obama's re-election campaign. the number of registered democrats have fallen in key states. carried by the president in 2008. democratic party registration soared prior to the 2008 election. in florida, pennsylvania, north carolina, iowa and nevada. since then, the number of registered democrats in the state declined leaving the president with a challenge of reigniting his base for 2012. political experts say a low overall voter turn-out normally favors republican candidates. the obama administration through the department of justice has take an rare step of getting involved in
a california legal case that doesn't really affect the federal government. the justice department has joined opponents challenging a state law that only ayou loss doctors and school nurses to give insulin shots to the 14,000 diabetic school children in schools. a shortage of school nurses means thousands of students will be denied care if the shots can't be administered by someone or than a nurse. they're calling for other employees to be trained to give the shots. the case is now considered by the california supreme court. people in parts of michigan cleaning up the damage left by high winds and a possible tornado that swept through the state on sunday. one of the hardest areas hit by vicksburg in kalamazoo county. they say the storm was quick and unexpected with wind gusts of up to 80 miles per hour. that ripped property apart. the winds also knocked down trees and power lines in the city of battle creek. no word yet if the michigan storm caused fatalities or injuries. 6:13 now. a gray start to the day. what else do we have in
store for us this memorial day? >> do i need my umbrella? >> get your barbecue done early? s>> i had to wrestle them away from frances. [ laughter ] >> she's pregnant. >> i know. put a picture on facebook every time she eats, i'd be better off taking a picture when she doesn't eat because it's less likely to happen. i wasn't stealing food from a pregnant lady! jeez. >> clean up the p.r. there. >> trying to be healthy today because i know i am going to eat unhealthy food. like many of you are. good morning. look at clouds coming back to focus. throw me under the bus like that. it's marine layer clouds coming back. don't worry about those. not the clouds bringing us rain. that is tomorrow forecast. take a look at the temperatures outside. we have 44 in santa rosa. 46 in los gatos. rest of us in the upper 40s to low 50s. around the monterey bay, inland, monterey and salinas
low to mid-50s. everybody else in upper 40s. highlights, partly cloudy. slightly cooler today. scattered showers tomorrow and wednesday. dry. cooler than average all the way through the weekend. even though june is here. summer is not. here is a look at the clouds. you can see them increasing in the next couple of hours. then watch as the sea breeze kicks in and overturns the atmosphere. it will send clouds and allow the sun to break free of them this afternoon. because the winds are coming off the ocean, cool again. 50s and 60s dominating most of our weather. a few 70s possible. you have to go far inland to see those. we will get to 69 in los gatos. everybody else in south bay to mid-to-upper 60s. start at 62 at millbrae. heading south, we warm through mid-60s to 67 in palo alto. 68 in los altos. along the coast, mid-to-upper 50s for you. low 60s in downtown and south san francisco. mid-to-upper 60s through the north bay valley. upper 50s at the beaches. we have mid-60s along the
coast today. even mid-to-upper 60s throughout the east bay valleys. maybe hit 70 in brentwood. around the monterey bay. we have a stretch of 60 at monterey to 66 at watsonville. what a great day to be out at the ballpark. coliseum today, the sun shine and few clouds. 60 at 1:05 to 64 when the game ends with the yankees. almost guaranteed a good crowd out for that game. look at the rain coming down tonight with the mid-to-upper 40s in north bay valleys. rest of us in upper 40s to near 50. 7:00 in the morning. they disappeared. the high clouds in the afternoon. by 7:00, we are watching scattered showers developing around the mendocino county coast. some moving to normal part of sonoma county. better chance for overnight hours to tomorrow's commute to see scattered showers, closer to the ocean and the bay. then they will wane a little bit in the afternoon hours on tuesday. overnight, it looks quiet. other than a random shower
here and there. as we head to wednesday afternoon, you can see the best chance will be up across the north bay. and by the evening hours the two fall apart. once they get past that, we see a small and i really emphasize small warming trend. we're only talking about six degrees warmer by the weekend. the temperatures are still well below average. here is frances with cashews -- i mean the traffic. >> yeah, i finished mine before i started my report. now for today, traffic is quiet. in fact, no service on ace train for the holiday. a lot of other transit system operating on a sunday schedule, such as a.c. transit, caltrain, muni and some ferries. also because bart is running on a sunday schedule, and you have to transfer if you are taking a transbay tube, it could mean up to 40-minute delays this weekend as well. it's been continuing over the last couple of days. we'll go outside and check out a live camera shot for you. it's holiday light. westbound traffic,
delay-free. out of vallejo and fairfield to the bay bridge toll plaza. where i don't know if metering lights will even be turned on this morning. but if you are heading to san francisco, don't forget to bring your change. you will still -- change. change. quarters. you will still need to feed the parking meter. it's a holiday, the city of san francisco will still take your money. no problems across the golden gate bridge. looking good. also 101 in san rafael. you will have more holiday light traffic in the south bay as well. so it's problem-free right now. if you are heading out the door shortly. of course, you can get the latest traffic information on abc7news.com. >> i get what you mean. you're chained to having to pay still though it's a holiday. thanks a lot. higher gas prices are forcing some people to spend memorial day closer to home. even a simple backyard cook-out is costing us more this holiday weekend. 29% more to be exact. just about every staple of a
memorial day feast cost more than it did last year. the u.s. bureau of labor statistics shows ground beef up 12%. sausage is up 6%. tomatoes will cost you 86% more. even modest memorial day barbecue for a dozen people costs about $45 more compared to last year. 6:19. coming up, the new hack attack that could have compromised national security. >> cougar convention in the bay area this weekend. the older women, younger men. grime from
good morning. everyone. 6:23 on the abc7 morning news. it's memorial day. and they are having special services at arlington national cemetery as they often do on this day. i guess as they always do. you are looking at the amphitheater there. things are getting ready. later this morning, president obama will lay a wreath at the tomb of the unknown, another memorial day tradition. more news. defense contractor lockheed martin now admits it was the target of what officials call a significant and tenacious cyber attack. lockheed and the department of homeland security insist the hack was thwarted before any critical data was stolen. in a statement, lockheed martin said that it detected the may 21 attack almost immediately. and took countermeasures. the company says no top secret military data or
employee personal data appears to have been compromised. it appears hacker is to blame for lewd picture tweeted by the account of congressman anthony weiner over the weekend. it showed a man's bulging underwear and sent as a directed message to a seattle woman. it was quickly deleted and the congressman tried to turn it in to a joke tweeting followers he wondered whether his kitchen blender would attack him next. older women who enjoy the company of younger men came together for what they call the cougar convention. in south san francisco over the weekend. several 20-something guys showed up to meet women who are in their 40s and beyond. organizers say relationships between older women and younger men are breaking centuries old stereotypes. >> these relationships, older women and younger men are coming together for choice and independence and not dependency. so an adversarial model, a metaphor that doesn't apply.
>> the evening also featured advice on dating and keeping your mate happy. the younger men in attendance also called "cubs" got a chance to vote on miss cougar california. 6:25 on monday. still ahead at 6:30 -- a final goodbye. what space shuttle "endeavor" has now done it will never do again. >> plus, troubling trend. the weekend murders that have some reassessing san jose's title as one of america's safest big cities. >> if your memorial day plans include bart, expect delays. why you could be slowed as much as 40 minutes today. >> i'm amy hollyfield live in oakland where police are looking into whether a sideshow was going on last night at the time of a shooting that killed two people. i have the story coming up. >> if you are traveling by plane, we have flight arrival delays in denver and hot and humid conditions east of there. scattered storms are possible anywhere, especially around kansas city, oklahoma and minneapolis. these sweehoney clustery things have fiber?
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coming up in 15 minutes. good morning, everyone. we begin in oakland where police are looking for the person or people who opened fire during a block party late last night. two people were killed and a woman is in critical condition this morning. abc7's amy hollyfield is live at oakland police headquarters with more. amy? >> reporter: police are still trying to figure out whether a sideshow was going on at the time of the shooting. whether the block party turned into a sideshow. two people who live in the area told abc7 news they saw a side show. one said he repeatedly called police but they never came. this did start as a block party. it turned deadly around 9:20 last night at #8 and international boulevard. three people were shot and two were killed. a man and a woman. the thirty victim, also a woman, taken to the hospital in critical condition. no arrest were made. the three victims were in a car when they were shot. sideshows have a history of turning violent. a show involves people showing off their cars when
they are turning doughnuts and speeding. police crackdown appeared to have eradicated them in oakland. last summer, the chief announced there had been no sideshows. residents say there was one last night and it turn deadly. no arrests have been made. live in oakland, amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >> thank you. this morning, san jose police are investigating the city's 21st and 22nd homicide of the year. that's troubling because the city only had 20 homicides in all of last year. the most recent murder happened saturday night on the 4000 block of amblere way, where police found 35-year-old mother of five shot and killed behind the wheel of her mercedes benz. passenger in car believed to be the woman's 20-year-old nephew also treated for multiple gunshot wounds. the woman's pamly said they believe -- woman's family said it's case of mistaken identity but they are investigating whether it's gang related. it came 24 hours after the city's 21st homicide. stabbing that killed an
18-year-old man. it happened early saturday morning on schulte drive in east san jose. police are not releasing the victim's name. but family and friends identified him as vincent tran lee. no word on a motive or suspect in that attack. c.h.p. crackdown on drunk drivers continues tonight. but so far, the c.h.p. says dui arrests and traffic deaths are down this memorial day weekend. highway patrol officers arrested 897 drivers for dui in the bay area, rather in the state of california from friday evening through 6:00 a.m. yesterday. last year at the same time, c.h.p. made 829 arrests statewide. last year, deaths are down from seven in 2010 to one so far this holiday. the c.h.p. will continue the maximum enforcement effort through midnight tomorrow. today the day to honor the men and women who died serving their country.
several memorial day ceremonies will be held in the bay area starting with a ceremony at the san francisco national cemetery in presidio. more than 2,500 people are expected to attend, including san francisco mayor ed lee. in walnut creek, fallen soldiers will be honored at civic park at 10:00. san jose, the united veteran council of santa clara county will hold an event at 11:00 at oak hill memorial park. hundreds of marines and sailors met this weekend near land's end for the annual uss san francisco ceremony. [ bagpipes ] the event honors the 100 sailors and seven marines who were killed in world war ii. the uss san francisco was a heavy cruiser built at the mair island navy yard and took part in the battle. the first major offenses by allied forces against japan. state senator yee attended the service with other politicians and veterans. if your memorial day
plans include transbay ride on bart, expect delays. possibly as long as 40 minutes. because of ongoing work inside the transbay tube. bart shut down one of two tracks in the transbay tube this holiday weekend to perform maintenance an repairs on cables that provide power to the system. trains will be limited on trips through the tube until 2:30 this afternoon. space shuttle "endeavor" and the crew are orbiting earth set to land in florida wednesday. it undocked last night after 12-day maintenance mission. it will be retired to a california science center that is a museum in los angeles. atlantis will close out nasa's 30-year shuttle program with a final cargo run to the space station in july. 6:34. >> taking a look at the weather on the holiday, final day of a long weekend. kind of cloudy and cool. not sure if you have swimming in your plans. barbecue, swimming? >> swimming. well raining is in the future. mike? >> yeah, but that is later
tonight and in to tomorrow, and lesser extent on wednesday. most activity today will be dry. clouds you see rolling in out of ahead of a cold front. we have low clouds and the marine layer returning for the entire california coast. then we have the high clouds mixed with that as the afternoon unfolds. and the cold front draws near. clouds are out there, and kept us one degree cooler in santa rosa to 1 to 6 degrees warmer about everywhere else. it's also the cloud cover that will keep us from warming too much today. in fact, this afternoon, probably two to four degrees cooler than yesterday. 8:00, we're mostly cloudy. still in the 40s to low 50s. by noon. you can see how quickly the le clouds retreat back to coast. all of us in the mid-to-upper 50s, to low 60s around fairfield and antioch. by 4:00, we have a mixture of high clouds and lingering low clouds. upper 50s along the coast to san francisco. low to mid-60s around the bay shore and south bay and north bay to mid-to-upper 60s in the east bay valley.
the accuweather seven-day forecast -- scattered showers for tomorrow. to a lesser extent on wednesday. next chance is north bay. then thursday, friday, saturday, sunday, dry. temperatures are five to ten degrees cooler than they should be for early june. good morning, frances. >> good morning, mike. you can get a parking ticket if you don't feed your meters in san francisco today. so they will be enforced, parking meters, but getting there is no trouble at all. live shot at the bay bridge toll plaza, delay free. in fact, we have another live shot for you in the east bay. 680 in walnut creek. it's so light right now. heading southbound down through the san ramon valley and sunol grade. we'll also check out the ride across, or heading toward s.f.o. northbound 101 through millbrae. if you are catching a flight, you should haven't any trouble getting toward s.f.o. also, check out south bay for you. 101 and 880 interchange,
it's also flowing well. north 101/880 across your screen. now we will head to the san mateo bridge. where there was a wind advisory in effect. look like they turned off the sign. traffic has been fine all morning. of course, for the holiday, there is no service on ace train. bart. caltrain. sam trans. muni and v.t.a. will be running on a sunday schedule today. eric, kristen? >> all right, frances. thank you. it's 6:37. >> you know how as parents we're telling kids to share? >> sure. >> right. well bike riders and pedestrians are about to get the lesson on the golden gate bridge. why they have to figure out how to make it work together with less room for error this week. >> deconstructing a pyramid. the long-time food lesson we're now asked to forget about. >> learning to drive again. the bay area program helping veterans remember how to do something most of us take for granted. >> hayward police are looking for a 26-year-old nursing student who went missing three days ago.
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our north, around eureka at 57. it looks like through the central valley, we have low to mid-70s. and we'll have upper 70s around l.a. to mid-and lower to mid-90s around palm springs. eric? >> mike, thank you very much. >> this memorial day we honor service men and women who made sacrifices but not all of the sacrifices are physical. imagine having to relearn how to drive, not because you haven't driven in a while. but because where you have been driving was a war zone. >> before going off to war, he took driving for granted. >> i have'm always looking for rooftop and over bridges. i don't think i'd go away. hyper vigilance wherever i'm at. >> in iraq it was the
difference between life and debt. humvee were taught to scan for snipers, roadside bomb and avoid being boxed in. if there was a threat, don't stop. >> we just kept going. >> not stop. >> victor came back to san jose with post dramatic stress syndrome and demands from his fiancee he control the temper behind the wheel. that led him to this program. >> they're coming to see me because the family member, loved one has been in an accident, if they have been forced to see me or family or someone reported, they're just driving aggressively. >> it starts with evaluation of the behavior behind the wheel. possible triggers that would force a soldier in to a fight or flight reaction. >> easy on the gas.
>> this time allows soldiers to work through stressful situations without the risk of anyone getting hurt. >> i'm scanning. there is a truck next to me, i feel boxed in. >> once a baseline is established there is time on the road on route to get more complex and frustrating. coping strategies are taught. >> they need to calm down more. to just relax when you drive. >> if we can think of alternative options in the mind, we can feel empathy instead of anger or aggression. >> as you can imagine, the driver's training is only part of a mental health treatment program that includes therapy. and victor says now that he is undergoing his driver training he is getting fewer complaints from his girlfriend about his driving. >> memorial day is the traditional start of the summer travel season. if you are planning to fly,
prepare to pay more. airline fuel costs soar this year, 48% increase. that's why airlines hiked the fares seven times this year. it doesn't look like they will head back down soon. despite the higher fares the sales of airline tickets are up 1.5% this year. >> apparently workers are having a hard time taking a vacation. debra costrin has more on that. plus microsoft is previewing the new operating system for tablet computers. here is today's bloomberg business report. >> the stock market is closed on the memorial day holiday but this week, all eyes on microsoft. they will preview the windows operating system for tablet computers this week. microsoft is in a hurry to adapt windows to better support devices to compete with the ipad. the actual operating system won't be out until next year, but microsoft is eager to show it's moving forward, hoping to generate demand from computer makers and chip suppliers. speaking of mobile devices, 4 genius says amazon is offering deals on range of
smart phones this holiday weekend. amazon wireless is offering sales prices on 20, 4g phones but they do require contract. looking ahead to economic news. the s&p case-shiller home prices comes out. wednesday, the auto makers release figures on may vehicle sales. on friday, the big one. labor department out with may unemployment numbers. economists telling bloomberg that the unemployment rate will likely fall to 8.9%. recent career builder survey of over 5,000 full-time employees finds one out of four cannot afford to take a vacation. that's up from 21% last year. while 12% of those surveyed say they can afford to take a vacation but they don't have plans to take one this year. that's business. at the new york stock exchange, i'm debra costrin with the bloomberg business report. see the water slide there? if only we can get weather here to enjoy that activity, mike. >> waiting. >> it might be sliding,
because of the showers tomorrow. yes. i feel bad for the water parks and for everybody who wants warm weather. not in the cards right now. not even as we look at june, which is around the corner. all right, good morning, everybody. welcome to monday. on memorial day. you can see the marine layer trying to create some clouds this morning. i think by noon they are out of here and we have high clouds and sunshine. again, cooler than average temperatures this afternoon. rain will hold off until tonight and tomorrow. talk about temperatures. 44 in santa rosa. 46 in los gatos. a little warmer than yesterday. 51 at monterey. inland. 54 in salinas. everybody else in mid-to-upper 40s. highlights, partly cloudy. slightly cooler this afternoon. scattered showers tomorrow. to a lesser extent wednesday. dry, cooler than average. all the way through the weekend. temperatures in east bay. brentwood may make 70.
everybody else in mid-to-upper 60s. east bay shore, mid-60s here from 63 in richmond, san leandro and 66. los gatos will get near 70 and 69 degrees. 67 at palo alto. dropping to the low 70s heading northbound on the peninsula. out at the coast, we'll see the sunshine but the temperatures in mid-to-upper 50s. south san francisco, low 60s. mid-to-upper 60s north bay. upper 50s at your beaches. monterey, carmel, pacific grove, near 60 for you guys. mid-60s for the monterey bay. if you are going to the coliseum tonight, the yankees-a's game. partly cloudy at 1:05. temperatures 60 warming to 64 degrees. tonight, you can see the scattered showers already developing. and temperatures in the mid-to-upper 40s in the north bay valley. upper 40 to near 50 for the rest of us. cooler tonight with that rain chill air moving in. a look at the cold front. it's diving on the jetstream
to south and east. putting it right in our neighborhood for tuesday. to a lesser extent on wednesday. in fact, watch today as the clouds erase only to be returned by high clouds. morning low clouds and high clouds in the afternoon. by 7:00, stray somehower is possible. up in sonoma county. overnight, you will get light rain. some of that will spread across the bay area by tomorrow morning commute. a cold front will pass. it should be quiet for tuesday afternoon through wednesday morning. wednesday afternoon, the best chance of seeing showers. you didn't see many up in north bay once again. a look at the accuweather seven-day forecast -- for sure tomorrow if you don't get rain, cooler than today. stuck in 50s and 60s. temperatures linker through thursday. a slight warming trend for friday, saturday, sunday. have a great day.
frances? >> can't find much to slow you down. there are accidents in the south bay. for now, enjoy a live shot of 80 in berkeley. where traffic has been really light and easy this morning. that is westbound traffic on the left. we check out the bridge bridge. no trouble at all getting to san francisco, via this bridge or bay bridge. again. don't forget to feed the parking meters. they will be enforcing them today. also, check out south bay and show you 280/17 interchange. northbound 280 for the couple of cars there. highway 17 out of the santa cruz mountains. the couple accidents are northbound 85. one at highway 87 on the connector ramp. it looks like a solo spin-out. a new one reported here. northbound 85 at 17. you can tell by the speed sensors it's not really slowing anyone down at this point. no service on ace train for the holiday. bart, caltrain, sam tran, muni and v.t.a. running on a sunday schedule.
so you might need extra time. you can always get the latest by going to our website abc7news.com. under the bay area traffic link. kristen? >> thanks a lot. starting tomorrow, crews will be shutting down the walkway on west side of the golden gate bridge for seismic retrofit work. cyclists and pedestrians have to figure out how to share the east walkway. on busy days more than 6,000 cyclists and 10,000 pedestrians use the bridge sidewalks. but usually bikers have the own side of the bridge in the busiest tourist hours. now for the next three months, cyclists must move to east side with the pedestrians. walkway is ten feet wide on most places and narrows to 5-1/2 feet near the pylon. one of the most spectacular finishes in the history of the indianapolis 500 in the 100th anniversary sunday. it was also a heart-breaker for saucelito's j.r. hildebrandt. with four laps to go, the 23-year-old rookie out of marin county took the lead. just one turn away from indy
500 glory! when disaster struck. watch. he hit the wall there. on his time turn. half a mile from the finish. dan wheldon avoids him and takes the checkered flag. the rookie finished second. >> i knew the guys behind me were coming and i thought i don't want to stop going through turn four and going to have guy back up on me. we were super tight on fuel. i have went to the high side. then i got pushed up in the wall. >> wheldon wins after being runner-up for two years. he says tough break for hi hildebrand but he should be consoled by the second place prize money, $1 million. breaking sports news. tres tr tressell who sgieded ohio state to the football title resigned in an investigation into possible player and coaches violation.
statement released by the university, tresse said after meeting with officials we agreed it was in the best interest to resign as football coach. luke fickell will take over for the 2011 season. >> forget the pyramid you learned about in school. new symbol is a plate. this week, obama administration will unveil the revamped symbol. the plate will have four wedges for fruit, vegetable, grain, protein. next to the plate is a smaller circle for dairy. it underscores the obama administration central goal to get people to fill half of their plate with fruit and vegetables. 6:53 now. recapping the top stories this memorial day morning. oakland police are offering reward to find gunman who opened fire at block party last night killing two people. >> amy hollyfield has the
latest. >> reporter: they are looking into whether the sideshow led to violence at 9:20 last night. two people were shot and killed. third woman was taken to the hospital in critical condition. the victims were in a car when they were shot. witnesses in the area told abc7 news there was a sideshow going on at the time of the shooting. officers in oakland focussed to bring an end to sideshows which often turn violent. last summer they reported it was a side show free summer but residents say it look like they're back. no arrest made in last night's shooting and the police haven't commented on whether it happened in middle of the sideshow. the other toptory is in hayward and and nick smith has that story. >> reporter: police are looking for 26-year-old nursing student who went missing three days ago. michele le told her friends
she planned take a trip with them but she did not do that. the 26-year-old nursing student from san mateo was last seen friday at kaiser hospital in hayward doing her clinical rotation. 7:00 p.m. in a break she told a fellow student she would run down to the car. investigators say none of this makes sense since le told fellow nursing students she was heading to reno with a friend after her shift was over. le parked in the kaiser hospital parking structure, an i cording to a kaiser -- according to a kaiser spokesperson is monitored by security guard. there are cameras throughout the garage and police say a quick scan of the video turned up nothing. for le's car, it was found a few blocks away on ponderosa court a half-mile from the hospital. investigators tried to track whereabouts using the cell phone tower. oakland, union city and fremont came up as possible locations but police depen found nothing. police are asking anyone with information about the whereabouts of michele le to
contact the hayward police department. live in hayward, nick smith, abc7 news. >> thank you. final check of weather and traffic. mike? >> off to a silver start this monday morning. temperatures in the mid-40s around los gatos. and santa rosa. upper 40s to low 50 for rest of us. in fact, clouds have now thickened enough to cause flight arrival delays in to s.f.o. nearly 20 minutes. check out the night tracker at abc7news.com. for a specific flight. 58 in half moon bay. most of the coast in mid-up toer 50s. we have 50 at san francisco. mid-to-upper 60s throughout the bay shore. and some upper 60s to near 70 in the north bay and east bay valleys. temperatures again today running about five to ten degrees cooler than average. look what happens tonight. scattered showers develop over our neighborhood. so your commute tomorrow could be a wet one. tune in here. we'll have the live doppler7 h.d. to show where the rain is moving. it hangs around through
wednesday. >> a quiet commute. no delay at bay bridge toll plaza. but in san francisco, the department of parking and traffic still wants your money. you will have to feed meters today. for the holiday, there is no service on ace train. or alameda harbor bay ferry. other mass transit systems such as a.c. transit, bart, caltrain, muni and other ferries operating on a holiday schedule. you need extra time for that. >> is it a holiday. >> yeah. >> anyway -- >> got nothing but time. >> right. thank you for joining us for the abc7 morning news. >> we'll be back at 7:24 for local update. join us for midday news at 11:00 for the latest barbecue weather. isn't that right? >> that would be nice. >> bye-bye.