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taxing ammunition. this morning, there will be a bill introduced requiring all ammunition dealers to be licenses and all buyers to provide i.d. that goes to a registry and the department of justice used to verify if the people are prohibited from owning guns and ammunition because of crimes or mental health issues. advocates say it is another violation of second amendment rights and will not prevent more school shootings. >> it is easier in california to buy bullets than to buy alcohol, cigarettes or cold medicine. >> we have not had a single hijacking since 9/11 in large part to the presence of air marshals. why don't we have a school marshals program? >> a once armed guard report that ammunition is selling fast off store shelves across the
state but many worry about proposed new laws saying their business is already regulated enough. the bill will be heard at the state capital. >> cornell, thank you. new this morning, north korea is upping the ante in military threats restarting the main nuclear facility as the united states moves a guided missile destroyer and high-tech radar to the area. the plutonium reactor was shut down in 2007 as part of an international nuclear disarmament talks that have stalled. the u.n. secretary-general says the isolated nation on a collision course with the international community amid rising tensions on the korean peninsula. authorities in mendocino county have issued a silver alert for a missing 75-year-old woman who has not been seen since she left her home yesterday around noon driving her white minivan,
license plate california plate 5hgn279. authorities thing she could be headed to texas. if you see her, you are asked to call police. >> also new, we are learning of the steel rods or bolts that have failed on the new bay bridge. defects were discovered in some of the bolts or rods designed to hold the bridge together during an earthquake. now the chronicle reports this morning that pre-installation tests showed there were doubts whether they could stretch dug -- during an earthquake and the "fix" will cost $1 million but will not delay the planned labor day opening. >> south san francisco police are searching for the man who is entering random businesses and stealing employee iphones. the man has targeted up to five businesses. the thief poses an a customer. he called himself mike or michael and when employees are distracted he steals smartphones and other electronics from desks. he is between 25 and 30 and is
about 6' 2" with shaggy brown hair. if you have any information about this case, call south san francisco police. >> news we have been following, the man accused of driving a call through a packed walmart on easter sunday will appear in court today, the san jose police released a photo of the man in custody, 33-year-old hamid zaid has been book on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, hit and run, and resisting arrest. stay with morning news coming up at 6:30 we will have much more on his court hearing taking place today. >> now sky 7 at the scene of a deadly accident. a car drove off interstate 580. the car landed on its roof at the bottom of a hill. police say that the car launched more than 150' over railroad tracks. a helicopter air lifted a man to the medical center where he remains in critical condition.
his mother was declared dead at the seen. the cause of the crash is under investigation. >> singer michelle shocked is trying to rehabilitate her image after an antigay rant at a concert. several venues canceled her show including in santa cruz where shocked staged a one woman protest last week. her banter with the audience on march 17 included bad mouthing gays and appeared on cnn and answered the question, whether her comments were antigay. >> absolutely not. >> you are not antigay? >> if you want to keep this simple for the audience, no, i'm not antigay but i don't think the truth lies in simplicity but the nuance has been lost. >> shocked says she is in favor of gay marriage and regrets the incident. >> the peninsula city taking a
>> now a look at temperatures, how do you dress when you step outside? you do not need the umbrella. 44 at san ramon and lafayette at 46. and half moon bay is 49. check out richmond district, alameda and redwood city around 50 to 52 degrees this morning. brentwood is hanging around 52. highs are close to acknowledge, mid-60's to near 70 inland and low-to-upper 60's around the bay and low 60's at the coast. increasing clouds tomorrow, the warm of the day. watch out for the wet weather, especially thursday morning, our coolest day in the forecast is friday, with sunshine and we turn it around and start theerly watching trend for the weekend. leyla gulen? >> good morning, right now we do have a sig-alert. we had an accident along the benicia bridge southbound 680 in the mid-span the didn't is blocking two lanes until further notice with heavy brackets of
backups. we have extended travel time, on 580 freeway to 205 and 680, and 34 minutes to get you out of antioch to concord and 80 is looking decent away from highway 4 down to the macarthur maze. >> new this morning, the city of palo alto is taking a formal stand in support of same-sex marriage. our media report, the daily news reporters the palo alto city council voted 6-0 to give the city manager the authority to raise a rainbow flag above king plaza a symbol of gay pride. the city council passed a resurrect fiesing 76 percent of voters in palo alto votes "no" on proposition 8 in 2008. palo alto mayor says that the same-sex marriage and civil rights are the issue of our time. >> shares for bay area based
>> santa clara, san francisco, east bay and all bay area, this is abc7 news. >> check out the beautiful picture from mount tamalpais this morning. looking to the east waiting for sunrise, it will be colorful with a few high clouds. today the big story is san jose is the same as yesterday at 68 and everyone else is warmer, oakland will hit 66 and san francisco is 62 and that is one degree warmer. union city is 67, two degrees
and concord is 69 and santa rosa will be four degrees warmer at 68. in the north bay valley up to 50 right now. at noon, the low-to-mid 60's away the coast and stuck in the 50's the better part of the afternoon, and topping out in the mid-to-upper 60's. enjoy the quiet evening you will need a coat at the coast at 50. that is a look at the weather. more news, now, with katie marzullo and eric. >> shares of bay area based tesla motors open at an all time high after the electric car company announced the first-ever profit, higher than expected sales boosted shares by 15 percent to close below $44, and investors are awaiting more news from tesla. the c.e.o. has been teasing a major announcement of the company on twitter for the past week and that announcement is expected today. there is speculation it could be about a leasing program which is
right new not available in north america. >> new this morning, a now emotional start-up called jelly but it is vague about what the app does but only saying it will help people do good. jelly is based in san francisco and the company has not received any outside funding, and this is the founder of twitter. >>the national rifle association is set today to announce their first-ever recommendation for preventing school gun violence approving the national school shield program after the school shooting in december. the website pledged a set of school safety proposals. cmn says the plan is expected to include training recommendations for armed guards at schools and legislative proposals for congress. >> new details now on louisville guard ware covering from the serious leg injury over the weekend. this picture shows him getting around on crushes, and "usa
today" now reports that his family will not have to pay the medical bills because he is covered through a mix of insurance of the family and the university and the ncaa has supplemental championship insurance. here is another photo now showing head coach and the coach's son visiting ware and says he is in good shape. louisville takes on wichita state on saturday in the final four. >> my brackets are a mess. >> as are mine. >> not yours in. >> you are not in? >> i have one final four team. >> i have one final four team, louisville. a trendy pick. >> it hurts the way kansas -- and michigan destroyed florida. >> enough of sports, enough of pain in my heart and on to weather. it is showing on live doppler 7
hd how quiet it is this morning, that is a nice sign that it will be a gorgeous day to be outside, a lot of sunshine and no weed to worry about wet weather with a few clouds. under the bay bridge toward the port of oakland and back to the east bay hills, san francisco and oakland at 51. we are warmer in san jose at 53 and walnut creek at 47, and palo alto at 45 and mill valley has been out at 43. here is what will happen, becoming sunny and warmer during the afternoon hours. get ready for rain, it is a quick hit but it will dump thursday and be gone, the weekend is trending dryer. now, today, what will happen? down in the south bay, we have upper 60's to low 70's through the santa clara valley and cupertino at 68. on the peninsula we have high clouds and sunshine and lows to mid-60's from 62 in millbrae and menlo park at 66 and more
sunshine at the coast and upper 50's to low 60's and low 60's in downtown and south san francisco with mid-to-upper 60's through the north bay valley and your temperatures at the coast in the upper 50's and mid-to-upper 50's along the east bay shore. to the east bay hills valley, upper 60's to 70's. we get shut out last night but we go at mariners again today at 7:05 and cooler tone at -- tonight at at 7:05. here is a look at the seven-day outlook, warmer tomorrow even with the afternoon clouds increasing, and the rain is falling on thursday morning and friday, saturday, and sunday and monday it looks dry with a slow warming trend. >> good morning, mike, a sig-alert in benicia causing problems along the benicia
bridge and a ten-minute drive due to the crash and 780 across the bridge, it is a single scar crash blocking two lanes and that will tack on extra minutes to the commute across the benicia bridge southbound 680 in the middle of the bridge, at mid-span. the tolls show an accident out here right at the toll plaza and it is blocking middle chains -- lanes with metering lights on and at walnut creek we have clear conditions. there are no problems move southbound to 24. over to katie marzulloer and risk -- and eric. >> super size your tv, 7 on your side and consumer reports check out you will that [ female announcer ] laughing cow chea
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>> welcome back, everyone, this is live from the sutro camera, but totally dry and mike nicco will have the full forecast in a few minutes. >> you can get a new flat screen high definition tv for a few hundred bucks but what about the high end models that cost thousands. are they worth the money? we partnered with 7 on your side to find out with michael finney. >> good morning, if you think you have the latest and greatest
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up. >> we have a healthy system sunday and monday but the rainfall deficit is from 3" to 6" with another chance of rain in the forecast and i will tell you about that with all the details in the seven-day forecast. >> leyla gulen here for the traffic center with the sun now rising over the bay bridge toll plaza and metering lights are on with a sig-alert across the benicia bridge and a brand new wreck in san jose that could really hamper the commute so make sure you tune back to abc7
gorgeous, colorful sunrise this morning, over what should be a dry day in the bay. i am katie marzullo here for kristen sze. >> we saw low clouds there. mike, tell us more. >> some fog out there but thickest in the north bay valley trying to spill in the other neighborhoods but having a hard time so that is great news for the morning commute with the dry weather that live doppler 7 hd is showing right now. here is a look at the visibility and now the fog has spilled into the napa valley, half mile for you and santa rosa drops to quarter-mile visibility and novato is seeing an improvement of a quarter-mile visibility so it is sticking in the north bay. now, the bay shows foggy spots and low-to-mid 50's from now through 7:00, and clouds at balloon and brighter and 60 and clouds this afternoon and mid-60's, and as you head to the evening, dress for temperatures in the mid-to-upper 50's and inland we have fog in the north bay with temperatures in the
mid-to-upper 40's and dry for the dome mute and high clouds and sun for the better part of afternoon and mid-to-upper 60's and the bay has temperatures in the mid-to-upper 40's hang out in the low-to-mid 40's for the afternoon with more cloud cover than elsewhere. have a great day. >> at 6:3 we have a sig-alert with the drive coming from benicia is looking slow. you are looking at backups with a 10 minute drive now 15 or 20 minutes. sig-alert southbound at benicia bridge, the solo vehicle spinout affecting 780 as you make the drive if the eastbound direction the sig-alert blocking one lane is in effect until further notice. 238 before 880 a crash on the shoulder is leaving heavy backups from castro valley and a quick look at san jose, another wreck, where a cement truck on its side blocking a lane.
>> leyla gulen, thank you. the man accused of a rampage at a bay area walmart is accused of being on drug when he drove the car through the front of the store injuring four people. abc7 news reporter joins us live from san jose. >> good morning, eric. the arraignment for this man will happen later today in santa clara county courtroom. inside the court, the 33 -year-old hamid zaid face as long list of charges. police say zaid was high on drugs easter sunday when he crashed the red oldsmobile into a san jose walmart store front and customers say it did not end this but three got out and starting hitting people including a cashier with a blunt object. the 33-year-old zaid is from seaside near monterey and is an auto mechanic and never been in trouble before according to his mother. he faces a number of charges
including hit-and-run charges and suspected assault with a deadly weapon. police still have no motive or answers why this happened. officers say up until this point, getting any information out of zaid has not been easy. >> he is not talking. he has been uncoughive and -- uncooperative so until we can talk and he is will to talk about his state of mind we will not know that information until later. >> this is cell phone video of walmart customers that jumped in to help. they jumped on top of zaid that day holding him down on the ground until police could arrive. officers say their acts bravery is what kept zaid from hurting anyone else that day. again, later this morning, later today, hamid zaid will be arraigned in a santa clara county courtroom and we will keep you posted with any details .
>> thank you for that. happening right now at sfo, major delays for travelers on a china airlines flight this morning headed for taipei because of damage to the aircraft. no word on the problem but according to a sfo duty manager flight 3 was unable to take off. it was scheduled to lobby at 1:35. passengers were given the option to deplane while they fixed the problem. the china airlines flight is scheduled to debart in the next few minutes -- and a cab driver is being investigated for possible d.w.i. after running the vehicle off the road on southbound highway 101 near millbrae after at 1:30. the seen has been cleared. the cab cut across all lanes of traffic before going down a ditch on the other side of the road. authorities checked the driver out at the seen before taking
him into custody. >> happening now, today is the first anniversary of the shooting massacre in oakland when seven people were killed. juan go was angry with school officials and planned the shooting. a judge ruled in january he is not competent to stand trial. there will be two memorial concerts for the victims, one on saturday in oakland and the other takes place in eldorado hills on april 13th. >> a former contra costa county narcotics store will be sentenced on drug chances today. he pleaded guilty to five felony counts in story admitting stealing drugs from an evidence locker and re-selling them on the street. he took cash and cell phones from prostitutes. he faces a possible ten year prison sentence under a plea deal with the prosecutors. >> this remain organization security at san francisco city hall is under review after someone snuck in and vandalized the second floor. deputies arrested the suspect
after discovering the damage to a wall inside city hall. investigators say the scrawlings is a phone number, a social security number and messages about god. workers were able to clean most of it off. the 32-year-old faces felony burglary and vandalism and misdemeanor trespassing. >> this building has a history of violence and we want to make sure whoever did this is brought do justice quickly. >> supervisor is referring to the 1978 tragedy when former supervisor dan white broke into city hall and assassinated mayor mascone and supervisor harvey milk. >> if san francisco, the city's entertainment commission meets to consider ways to cut down on noise from concerts associated with this summer's america's cup. big name acts like sting and train have been booked but people intel grandfather hill -- in telegraph hill are concern over the noise so the number of
concerts are scaled back ahead the hearing. >> ahead, the tough new ammunition restrictions to be heard at the state capital today and what it could mean for the gun others. >> three months have passed since the grounding of boeing 787 dreamliner and ahead the plans to get the pilots back in the sky. >> interstate 80 wounding through berkeley shows heavy traffic that is moving. leyla gulen is monitoring traffic around the bay area and will tell you more
we have 50 right now in brentwood. now the highs today are in the upper 50's to low 60's along the coast. the rest of us should have high clouds and sunshine this afternoon. low-to-upper 60's around the bay. we will have mid-60's to near 70 inland neighborhoods and warmer tomorrow and with more cloud cover in the afternoon, it will be wet especially thursday morning, but dry as quickly as friday. have a good one. leyla gulen? >> a busy morning. in benicia it looks like the sig-alert is clearing southbound 680 at the mid-span we are look at very slow conditions. further ahead you can see where the backup stops just crawling at nine miles per hour. come look at this wreck at san jose, involving a cement truck that overturned on the transition from southbound 280 to northbound 101. that is now just a sig-alert. the transition is shut down until further notice.
>> thank you, leyla gulen. >> nippon air will be the first to resume flights using the boeing 787 dreamliner which has been grounded. the entire fleet of 50 dreamliners was grounded in mid-january after batteries caught fire on two jets. ana is the biggest customer for the boeing 787 dreamliner. the pilots will resume flight training in june now that boeing has completed half of the required tests on a new battery system. >> almost four years after michael jackson's death his family is returning to court, the trial starting today and the billions at stake. >> trading is underway on wall street, and here is a live look at the big board right now the dow is up 63 points. ahead, we will go live to jane king liv
>> santa rosa, berkeley, san jose, and all bay area, this is abc7 news. >> here is looking at color will sunrises from the east bay hills to mount diabolo with the sun coming up from gray to yellow to orange and temperatures that are warmer this afternoon, and san jose is 68, and oakland is 66, and san francisco is 62, and union city is 67, and topping out at 69 in concord, that is three degrees warmer in santa rosa. quiet across the entire state. radar is showing how dry it is. we have a chance of a few scattered showers and 60 in tahoe and mid-to-upper 70's through the central valley and near 90 in palm springs today. katie? >> thank you, new this morning, sacramento lawmakers hear tough new ammunition restrictions with a major impact on gun owners.
abc7 news reporter joins us to explain from san bruno. >> buying a gun in california is regulated. buying ammunition in california? that ises -- that is easy online. all you immediate is a valid i.d. gun control advocates in sacramento want to change that by regulating other taxing ammunition. this morning, state assembly woman will introduce a bill requiring all dealers to be licenses and all ammunition buyers to provide i.d. that would go to a state database registry and the department of justice used to verify in the people are prohibited from owning guns and ammunition because of crimes are on hen -- because of crimes. >> it is easier in california to buy bullets than to by alcohol, cigarettes or cold medicine.
>> the measures, if they were in place, would have done a single thing to prevent what happened. >> assembly woman talking of the newtown connecticut shootings and would like armed guards in schools. gunshot supports ammunition is selling fast these days but many owners are worried about proposed new laws and say the business is already regulated enough. the bill will be heard in sacramento at 9:00 this morning. we are live in san bruno for abc7 news. >> thank you, cornell. katherine jackson's negligent suit against a.e.g. is underway in los angeles seeking $40 billion. she blames the company for the pop star's death and a.e.g. sponsored the come back tour and the mother and kids claim he negligently hired dr. murray who
is serving time for giving him an overdose of a drug. pop star prince could be a witness. his promoter was once hired a.e.g. and the legal team requested his tech. >> walmart shoppers are frustrated and why it is not okay for companies to agree not to hire each other's employees. jane king? >> you know tech companies have been accused of cutting private agreements among themselves and now facebook chief operating officer who used to work at google is scheduled to be questioned about this and legal proceed seatings with some claim an antitrust settlement about this does compensate employees who were harmed. more complaints of empty shelves at walmart since saying had not enough workers to keep the
shelves full there have been more than 1,000 e-mails from customers expressing frustration shopping there. walmart says the story is not accurate. >> stocks are up and positive and the dow is up about 16 points or so and the s&p is higher and the silicon valley index is in the high at half a percent. possible inside insight into why women are paid less on average than men. a study by a professor of chicago say males are more willing to negotiate salary where women are not as will to negotiate their salary. that is how we look live from wall street this morning. >> thank you, jane. it is now 6:49. happening now, the white house getting ready to unveil a new research project that will focus on the human brain. it is called the brain initiative, and president obama will make the formal announcement in a few minutes,
that will start with $100 million investment in 2014 that will come from groups like microsoft co-founder brain mapping project. ultimately the project could help find way to treat or prevent brain disorders such as alzheimer's disease and parkinson's disease and autism and schizophrenia. we will keep an eye on that happening right now. >> we will give you a look at the weather forecast. mike? >> i have good news. >> it is not raining outside and i a excited for you if you are headed out on the commute. live doppler 7 hd showing how dry it is. we will take a look at san francisco in the east bay hills from sutro towers the clouds are thicker on the coast side than the bay side in san francisco where we have 51 degrees and same in oakland and san jose at 53 and 51 in oakland and 47 in
walnut creek and 44 in mill valley. a beautiful picture from mount tamalpais this morning, and santa rosa at friction and livermore and napa and fairfield 49, and los gatos, also, 48 and union city is warmer at 52 degrees. high clouds and sunshine this afternoon after we are rid the morning low clouds by noon and rain for thursday, and the weekend is trending brighter and dry. that is good news. now the temperatures in the upper 60's to low 70's in the santa clara valley, and san jose at 68, and low-to-mid 60's on the peninsula and we will touch 61 today at half moon bay, and 60 in the sunset time and low 60's south san francisco, and ten degrees cooler at the benches today, mid-to-upper 60's along the east bay with fremont a warm spot at 68, richmond around 64 and upper 60's in the east bay valley and fairfield
and antioch most likely to get to the 70-degree mark. if you are headed to the game today, we lost last night. tough start but we will go after the mariners again at 57 at first pitch and dropping to 52 when the game ends so cooler than last night. temperatures follow the trend and low 40's to 50 tomorrow morning. the low from yesterday is pulling well away, a weak area of high pressure will take over, and here is the next system, with you that is not coming in, until thursday and the seven-day outlook, shows how it will be warmer than yesterday and tomorrow is the warmest day in the afternoon but increasing clouds and the rain best chance is thursday and friday, safety, sunday and monday are trending dry and warmer for the last half of the weekend. >> good morning, we have been started on a good foot but now we have two sig-alerts. the first is in san jose, southbound 280 to northbound 101
the transition is completely should down because of an overturned cement truck. it is a sig-alert. what you can do is continue long 680, get off atback son, turn around, hop back on 680 and grab northbound 101 to get around it. this other sig-alert in benicia will be canceled soon and southbound 680 mid-span but we are looking at slow conditions and we are backed up all the way to marsh view road so give yourself plenty of extra time. >> ahead, five things to know before you go. >> our hey! did you know that honey nut cheerios has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! ♪ wow. [ buzz ] delicious, right? yeah. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... ♪ well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? bee happy. bee healthy.
for now. as we hand things off to member america five things to know before you go, the man accuses of crashing a car through the front of a san jose walmart and attacking customers will appear in court today. the 33-year-old hamid zaid will be arraigned in the attack that left four people injured. his mother said her son has never been in trouble before and what he did sunday was out of character. >> new details of the failed bolts on the new span of bay bridge. the rods raised doubts among caltran engineers before being installed. they were supposed to have flexibility in an earthquake but there is a weakness. repairs will cost $1 million. >> a cab driver is being investigated for d.w.i. after crashing his cab on highway 101 in burlingame early this morning. he hit the center divide and shot across the other side of the freeway before stopping in a ditch. crews cheered the -- cheered the lanes before the commute.
>> and this is a one-year anniversary of the shooting massacre when juan go, a former nursing student is charged with the murders but high is incompetent to be tried. >> president obama is unveiling a new research project that focuses on the human brain. you are looking at live picture from the white house east room called the brain initiative, and the project could help find a way to treat or prevent brain disorders such a alzheimer's disease, perform disease, and autism and schizophrenia. >> now the accweather forecast. >> it is dry. no flight arrival delays in sfo, oakland, san jose, no slick streets. novato has improved since early this morning when you were down to near zero visibility because it moved over to napa at a mile.
three quarters of a mile visibility in santa rosa. we will then have high clouds and sunshine, a bright are day. 61 to 68 is the spread away the bay and 66 to 70 inland and coolest at the coast at upper 50's on low 60's. leyla gulen? >> improvement to the commute with a sig-alert that is canceled but this one is sticking around southbound 280 to northbound 101 an overturned cement truck so want out for that. we have cleared sig-alert in benicia but left with quite the backup with all the red and you down to ten miles per hour. >> thank you very much. >> thank you all for joining us. captioned by, closed captioning services, inc. ys of walking
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are all under attack right now. breaking overnight, north korea vows to restart a nuclear reactor that can make plutonium for bombs. martha raddatz is on the north korean border with america's top general there where tensions are high and soldiers are toe to toe. an abc news exclusive. tragedy at one of america's top reality shows. "buckwild." the 21-year-old star of the breakout hit found dead behind the wheel of his truck. the vehicle partially submerged in mud. two people with him. his father speaking out about what might have led to their fatal accident. and caught on camera. heidi klum races into danger, her 7-year-old son and nannies caught in a menacing riptide threatening to pull them under. her split-second daring rescue as supermodel turns supermom. and good morning, america.
robin off today. great to have amy robach here. we do have a lot to get to this morning including the latest on kevin ware. some good news. see him there walking on crutches. also speaking out for the first time about that freak accident on the court sunday. of course, he was playing for louisville in the ncaa and he is going to be back. >> great to see him on his feet. also, astonishing videos atms being blown up. look at that. and what police are now cautioning people to watch out for when they go take out money. and a big day in court for michael jackson's children. prince and paris set to take the stand as star witness whence a new trial begins today. >> a lot to get to. let's get right to the high alert at this hour, courthouses across texas on edge as police are scrambling for clues about the death of a district attorney and his wife. abc's pierre thomas is in kaufman, texas, with the very latest. pierre, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, amy. in just a few hours prosecutors will be back here at the courthouse under tight security