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that contract expired and the two agencies couldn't agree on terms of another one. this past weekend was the last weekend for sheriff deputies to help out oakland. police are now turning to the c.h.p. for help. there will be a window of no help. the sheriff deputys' contract has ended, it ended over the weekend. the c.h.p. contract does not come up for the city council to consider for another two weeks. now the latest on the bombings investigation, top security officials face a grilling from lawmakers this morning over whether they overlooked warning signs flagging dead system tam dan. his brother is cooperating with investigators after being charged with using a weapon of mass destruction. the attorney asked to have two
more attorneys appointed. they are searching behind a rug store, an area where the brother's father used to repair cars looking for explosives and signs of where the bombs were made. they still believe that al qaeda may have influenced the pair with intent-bombmaking instructions posted by al-awlaki. >> the individual whose may have connection overseas but the primary radicalization is in places like the united states. >> he was formally charged in the hospital room yesterday where he is recovering from gunshot wounds he suffered in a shootout with police on friday. >> we hear more stories of courage and survival from the attack of the more than 200 injured, at least 14 people have undergone ambassador stations including a dancer who lost her foot but not her will to dance again. the 32-year-old and her husband, an airman just back from
afghanistan were watching the marathon near the finish line when the first bomb went off. >> i remember telling adam, my $i'm alive and he said i'm okay, i'm okay, are you okay, are you okay, and i think, i thought we were okay and i said, my foot, something is wrong with my foot and he lifted my leg and we lost it. >> she lost her left foot and works as a ballroom dance instructor and says when someone tries to stop you from doing something you have to conquer that and vows to dance again. >> we will have continuing coverage of the bombings with the latest on our website at abc7news.com with instant updates following us on twitter@abcnewsbayarea. >> two men accused of plotting to derail trains in the united states and canada face their first court appearance today, canadian authorities say the superintendents -- the suspects
wanted to use explosives and they have links to al qaeda in iran. the plot was disrupted before it became operational. >> los angeles people are trying to person that hacked into the flight status board at lamb with a frightening message last night. some of the boards in the international terminal carried a message that said "emergency, leave the terminal." that message disappeared after five minutes and it is not clear whether anyone did leave the terminal because of it. police are investigating a case where hackers changed an electronic sign to show derogatory messages about lapd. homeland security secretary. appears before the senate homeland security after a hearing supposed divisions on immigration bills. republicans argue that it does too little on boarder security
and some say that the measure should be reexamined in light of the deaths in boston. >> in the bay area, the issue of immigration reform and how it pertains to visas from high-tech winners will be discussed at a for rum. >> and speakers today including condoleeza rice, and former governors barbour and rendell co-chairing the immigration task force. >> bay area bars could move closer to a 4:00 a.m. last call during a state senate hearing sponsored by a san francisco democrat lets cities and counties petition to move the 2:00 a.m. closing time back did hours to help boost tourism and local economies. critics warn that it could increase drunk driving and crime around the bars. the legislation would only affect bars and restaurants, liquor store hours would not change. >> lawyers for the state bar are scheduled to tell a san francisco judge that east bay
lawyer should be disbarred for smuggling out a hit list from her client who is behind bars. the former black must lick leader ordered the murders of an oakland journalist and two others in 2010. attorneys for the california state bar are recommending that his initial lawyer be stripped of her license for the offense in 2011. the project revealed she hit the hit list in her client's legal documents that guards were not allowed to certain. brown later admitted to the crime and know witnesses were ever harmed. >> hope you enjoy the warm weather yesterday because it was a "one and done." >> but we will still get a little taste today if not as much. mike has the details. >> that is the story, it will still be warmer-than-average even if the temperatures drop four to 14 degrees compared to
yesterday. remember the winds we talked about hanging out in the hills of the east bay and north bay, they kept the temperatures up at 16 degrees warmer and 20 in napa and 13 in santa rosa and novato, if you are waking up in those areas you wake up in the 60's. santa rosa is 65, and novato, 61, and you can see 50's until you get to the coast at half moon bay with the cloud cover and the quarter-mile visibility to the mid-40's. mount tamalpais is show how clear the air is this morning. we are going to have a spread of 45 to 62 and clouds are at the coast all day and 61 there to 76 inland with noontime temperatures and the spread at 4:00 is 57 to 82 and pleasant around 7:00 at 54th at coast and 71 inland. temperatures tumble tomorrow and, again, on thursday, and we will see more sunshine and slightly warmer on friday and into the weekend and i will have the weekend forecast.
now over to leyla gulen. >> good morning, everyone, we are faking a look at your drive at the maze with the commute headed along westbound 80, the tail lights show traffic is building a little bit making the curb to the bay bridge and the eastbound drive away from 580 is not looking too bad at this hour. now i want to tell you about construction projects. along the northbound 880 in oakland, cones are picked up. as you can see there is yellow here causing a diminished speed headed to oakland. the drive through san francisco shows construction out here with more details in a little bit. >> apple may no longer be number one in the eyes of investors. what they will look if when they release a key report today. >> concert goers get more than they bargain god and what caused a best light show ever for a music festival.
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they are releasing the latest quarterly earnings and most picket disappointing results. apple's stock has plunged from $700 to $390 last week. apple has not released new products and sales have been mediocre but expectations are so low apple could surprise wall street and begin a turn around. >> bill that could impose sale taxes on online purchases clear add hurdle. the senate votes 74-20 to take up the bill to give states the authority to require online retailers like amazon to collect state and local sales taxes. if support continues, the senate could pass the bill by this week. california and eight other states already have laws that require online retailers to collect taxes for internet purchases. >> netflix is coming back after house of cards.
>> good morning, brace for delays if you are flying. the f.a.a. is expected to continue to keep planes on the ground in some of the busiest airports as budget cut result in a shortage of air traffic controllers. the transportation department says they are thinking of preventing enforcement of rules. >> are you hooked on netflix? they say they signed up two million news customers last quarter with the new scary series beating records. >> and xbox maker will have a new app that lets gameers purchase physical goods like anything on the pizza hut menu using the gaming console. the gameers who order with the downloadable app get 15 percent discount. that is the news from the new york stock exchange with the bloomberg business report. >> big news for twitter, they have landed the biggest
advertising deal yesterday, cutting a deal with one of the largest buyers of advertising worth hundreds of millions over many years, also, twitter is moving into tv, and negotiate eighthing about hosting tv clips and selling ads. more people are visiting social media sites on the mobile devices while watching tv, sharing instant feedback on the shows they watch. >> this was not included in the ticket price concert goers in argentina saw a rare light show not the ontake light show but behind the stage. did you see that? a burst of light shot toward the earth and that was nature. concert goers thought it was a flare but it was a meteor burning up in the atmosphere. >> how dare the meteor upstage the show. >> that is what they do. they upstage the show. >> they are free.
>> if you like the warmth, with a lot of kids by the pool. >> nice to have solar panels with a lot of sunshine. now, good good morning, everyoni heard the neighbors in the pool at 5:18 this morning. invitation to be nice once in a while. that is all i am saying. kidding. live doppler 7 hd showing how dry it is, and we will talk about what is going to happen today. we will have sunshine and still warm just not record-setting sunshine. it will be cooler and calmer tonight. and a warm, dry weekend is on the way so we have record highs and a cooling trend and we will see a temperature rebound for the weekend. the cloud cover along the coast is building up the southern surge continuing today so if you are headed to the coast it will not be so bright or as warm as
it was yesterday and 50's will become more the norm. eventually the clouds will take a right-hand turn and spill into the bay the next couple of nights and that will help intensify the cooling trend for the rest of us. today, it is just a high pressure moving to the east and we are barely on the tip of this remain wither than average weather and while we are in the low-to-mid 80's in the south bay with santa clara and milpitas at 82, headed up the peninsula we drop to 75 in san mateo and 72 in millbrae and low-to-mid 60's along the coast with near 70 in downtown and south san francisco and upper 60's and same if sausalito and 78 in san rafael and petaluma, and low 80's for the rest of the north bay valley and low-to-mid 60's with increasing clouds in the north bay beach and mid-70's to low 80's along the east bay shore and we will have low-to-mid 80's in the east bay valley but, still, another nice night to be at at&t park but not so calm or as warm as yesterday.
we will have 63 at 7:15 pitch and dropping down to 58. the seven-day outlook shows a steady decline in the temperatures tomorrow, thursday, and they build back up friday and they hold even all the way through the weekend. have a great day. leyla gulen? >> beautiful traffic to go with the beautiful weather. this is the drive at the toll on the bay bridge and you can see traffic is slowing smoothly headed into san francisco. when we get into san francisco, we still have construction projects and that will wrap up at around 6:00 a.m. eastbound 80 between 101 and 4th off-ramp you will see that closure a couple lanes out there until 6:00 a.m. and also the 8th street on-ramp to eastbound 80 is shut down. cones will be picked up at 6:00 a.m. we are seeing a little bit of traffic as you come away from 101 and the 101 loading up a little bit as you head away from 80. kristen and eric?
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>> in england the queen will give her consent to a bill that chains the rules on who can inherit. the laws that say only first-born boys can inherit the throne are about to be replaced after 300 long years. prince william and kate are expecting their child in july and under the new rule that will be come regardless of whether kate gives birth to a boy or girl the first child will be next in line after william and some thing she slipped and said it was going to be a girl. we will see. it could be a first. a royal spokesman says the queen will likely sign the bill in the coming days or weeks. >> a group of skiers pulled off a rare feat for the longest chain of skiers pulling off a back flip. check that out! 30 landed at a ski resort if quebec with no word on if they
officially beat the former record of 28. 30 doing a back flip together. now, we will check with mike and the forecast. >> thank you very much. good morning, 5:25 and now the radar shows how quiet it is. we will talk temperatures if you are headed out to sacramento or chico or fresno, city, mid-to-upper 80's and 65 in tahoe today and los angeles, 72 degrees. 63 in dangerous oh. -- 63 in san diego. 93 in palm springs. dry everywhere. hail to that story. >> and on 87 the off-ramp at
julian traffic is moving smooth. we have construction, though, but we have heavy travel times in the east bay from antioch to con court at 24 minutes and 25 minutes on 580 between the central valley to dublin/pleasanton and the 80 coming down from highway four to the maze at top speeds. >> leyla gulen, on "dancing with the stars" a shakeup that changes everything for oakland native. kellie pickler scored 29 out of 30 for the quickstep but when the night was over kellie pickler was in first place with our local in third. who will go home tonight in the 5th couple of the season will be eliminated during the results show and that is right here on abc7 news at 9:00. >> late night delays for bart passengers in san francisco. ahead at 5:30 the woman who ended up on the tracks and what
she did to avoid an oncoming train. >> continuing coverage of the boston bombings with new information the young suspect is revealing to police and what may have inspired the attack. >> a live look in san francisco from our camera, you can see the lights on there and another beautiful day ahead for us but not so warm as yesterday. mike will t
>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news, good morning, it is tuesday. it is 5:9. we are feeling good. >> we are feeling good. one reason is because of the weather. mike? >> we energized from the warm weather. goodgood morning, it is a dry le doppler 7 hd with the winds keeping things up and they are
gusting around 32 in fairfield and 26 in napa and 22 in santa rose and everyone else at six miles per hour or calm but look at temperatures. still in the mid-to-upper 60's around livermore and antioch and napa and santa rose and 61 in novato and much else in the 50's until you get to the post in the 40's. it will be warmer than your average but no records. 68 to 82 is the bay area spread. the coast will have cloud cover. how is the commute, leyla gulen? >> we have fog that could affect the travels if you are taking a drive into marin county along the coast, also, a couple of patches further along the peninsula. watch your speed. as we look at the mass transit, bart, muni, caltrain, everything moving along at top speed with no delays. here is a look at the drive through walnut creek along 680 south, as you come up to 24, we are starting to see a few extra
brake lights. >> we continue to follow breaking news from libya this morning after a car exploded outside the friend embassy. it happened in tripoli. so far two french guards are the only ones hurt in the car bombing. this picture shows the damage to the building, if intentional the first major terrorist attack on a diplomatic compound since the attack on the outpost in benghazi that claimed the life of bay area native and ambassador chris stevens in september. so far, no one claimed responsibility for this morning's attack. >> more than a week after the boston marathon bombings, businesses and residents will be allowed back in around the site of the attack. investigators are learning where the suspects got their bomb making know how. we go to abc7 news reporter for the latest. >> good morning, the charges that were filed against the surviving bombing suspect have given us extraordinary details of how this attack was carried
out. this morning, officials are still searching for answers on why. >> this morning, the accused teen terrorist behind the boston bombings has the right to remain silent formally charged with using a weapon of has destruction. authorities say the 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev, wounded in the neck with limited ability to speak has started to answer questions. reportedly telling the agents he built the bombs from the internet with no direction from terrorists overseas. >> these are victims who may have some connections overseas but the primary radicalization is in places like the united states. >> still, authorities believe the attack may have been inspired by al qaeda, and the preachings of road dallas jihadist al-awlaki. investigators are focusing on his older brother kill on thursday night as the possible brains behind the attack. of particular interest is his trip to russia last year. a neighbor said he runs more extreme.
>> he said the bible is a cheap copy of the koran and that most members wars are an excuse. >> the investigation continues boston is going to move on. the scene of the bombing is now no longer an f.b.i. crime scene. hundreds turned out at memorials to remember the dead including 23-year-old graduate student lu. >> we will keep running to finish the race for you. we will try to realize your unfinished dream. >> of the more than 200 people injured in the boston marathon bombings, 48 are involving and doctors say all of them are expected to survive. >> before you go, you talked a little bit about what investigators have learned from the suspect regarding where they learned to make bombs but what about the interviews and what they yielded about other possible plots? >> well, keep in mind that the suspect is still injured.
he has a gunshot wound to the throat. he is very alert and been cooperative and answering mostly in writing and in nods. officials are saying they are not getting a lot of information from him as to why he did what he did but they are lending at least at this point that there are no alleged ties to other terror networks and they think this is a relatively isolated case of islamic extremism. >> it is now 5:34. the bay area boy injured in the bombings is getting tremendous encouragement from friends and classmates. ♪ you got a friend in me ♪ you got a friend in me >> those are aaron hern's classmates with a video get well card they posted on youtube. a teacher came up with the idea and the school gave the kids time to shoot it. aaron hern has had high profile well iners including first lady
and a's player. he continues to recover from injuries he suffered as he waited for his mom to cross the marathon february line. >> the running community is sending emotional support, on a mission last night in a stream of runners one of many unofficial runs in the past the past week. 100 runners put on this show including a few who ran in the boston marathon on monday. those who did not run in boston had something to contribute saying the attack is not enough to stop them from take part in the marathon next year. stay with abc7 news for continuing coverage on the boston bombings with the latest on our website at abc7news.com. you can follow us on twitter for instant updates. >> in burlingame officials will break ground on the first new elementary school in more than half a century, which may sound like good news but not to the neighbors living near the school
site. cornell bernard has more on the objections. >> like you said, the first new school to open in burlingame in more than 50 years but many neighbors are not exactly happy about today's ground breaking saying the area is not safe. the school was built in the 1930's and it became a buddhist temple in the 70's. the district bought back the property recently to make room for new students flooding into the district. neighbors are fighting the plan and have gone to court and they say the school is on a dangerous road with lots of blind curves and few sidewalks and unsafe if kids. >> lot of blind spots in areas where it is scary to push the controller, and you can see no sidewalks. >> i have seen horrible things as a surgeon with children and
trucks or automobiles going too fast around blind curves. >> we need the space. we are busting from the scenes. >> a group of neighbors who are suing want a full environmental study done before the school can open. the district plans to widen the street in front of the school do make room for more cars that will drop off kids. a traffic study commissioned by the district found no safety issues, and the cool will re-open next year. we have developing news from oakland, police are in a sand off with a shooting suspect who barricaded inside a home. it is happening on 65th avenue in east oakland. the suspect has been in a stand off since 10:30 lat night after a shooting on 90th avenue. the victim in the shooting was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
>> the highway patrol is boosting their presence in oakland, and the c.h.p. has been patrolling oakland two day as week since november. the contract was set to expire on friday but the c.h.p. and the city have reap add new deal to continue the patrols and expand them to four day as week the city council will vote on the deal at the may 7 meeting. abc7 news reporter amy hollyfield will have more on the patrols at 6:00 a.m. >> bart service is expected to be back to normal this morning after a woman was rescued off the tracks. this happened in san francisco. it is not clear how the woman ended up own the tracks at the 24th mission street station but when a train approached, she rolled under the platform to avoid being hit. firefighters cut power to the third rail and the woman managed to squeeze through a small gap between cars to get free. she was taken to the hospital with only a bruised knee. >> bicyclists waiting to go crooning the guantanamo bay on opening day have to wait. only two-thirds of the new
pedestrian walkway and bicycle lane will be accessible by labor day weekend and the planned opening of the new span. the remaining third of the bicycle lane now cannot be removed until car traffic is on the new span. caltran estimated it will be the summer of 2015 before bicyclists and walkers pedestrians, can make it all the way to the island. >> you walk and you bicycle today on places other than the bay bridge so what will it be like? >> yesterday, i went for a ride and i try to stay under the trees, in the shade. >> absolutely. shade is good. a lot of water. if you are going to be exerting yourself outside in the sunshine because it could feel 10- to 15-degrees warmer when you are in that sunshine. here is a look at our satellite and our radar this morning, you can see that offshore wind that brought us the record temperatures yesterday. that is starting to wayne just a little bit. you can see the clouds at the
coast with temperatures around 45 at the coast, and mid-to-upper 50's where we end up by 7:00, and some of us are in the 60's, still. we will have sunshine at lunch but if the coast where it will start to breakthrough the clouds and 61 for you and mid-70's for the rest of us and at 4:00 no record highs but above average. mid-60's around the bay and low 70's inland and cooler, you need a jacket at the coast mid-50's. temperatures drop dome and thursday is the coolest day of the forecast the day we talked about yesterday at 10 to 20 degrees cooler than yesterday and a warmer trend through the weekend. leyla gulen has the traffic. >> good morning, everyone, at 5:40 as we take a look at the drive in marin we have construction that is in affect along southbound 101 if you head between sir francis drake to waldo tunnel we have a couple lanes blocked until 6:00 a.m. and slow for the cone zone. here is a picture our maze
making the drive westbound along 80 with a building up a lit with extra tail lights on 580. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza the cash paying lanes are starting to get busy at this hour and the sun is rising just a little bit. >> most people consider moving a hassle and it turned into a nightmare for some. >> president obama is playing host for ladies night, the high profile women he is having over for dinner tonight at
>> covering cupertino, concord, wine country and all the bay area. if a few hours, we should know whether the falcon chick living on city hall in san jose are boys or girls. this morning, a biologist will go down the side of city hall to put identification bands on the baby falcons. this is video from years past from the santa cruz predator bird research website, mom and dad are clara and fernando and they welcomed their first chick this season on easter sunday! at least two more have hatched since then and the banding begins at 7:00 a.m. to watch it
go to abc7 news/see it on tv. >> eight people connected to a san jose moving company have been charges in the keep that the prosecution says involved holding customers' furniture and other personal belongings hostage. the prosecution says the men and women who lured customers with low ball quotes and held their belongings hostage until they paid more money. the moving company went by several different names since 2004 including asap, relocations, and america's best movers were among them. the office is now empty. one of hundreds of victims had an initial quote of $240 ended up being nearly $1,000 after the foreman kept taking on fees for packages and materials and hours. >> you are trapped because you have to get out of the old apartment, you took time off if work, i had to go back do work, and this move had to be done
that day. three former employees plead not guilty to charges of felony theft, and income tax fraud and money laundering. arrest warrants are planned for the five who may have fled to israel, their home country. >> the warriors face the nuggets in denver tonight in game two of their best of seven playoff series. the warriors almost pulled out a win on saturday night but denver's miller made the game-winning basketball with over a second left. that hurt. the warriors held a practice yesterday without the all star forward david lee who hurt his flexor of the hip and is out for the playoffs. there is no time for frustration says the coach as we are ready for the game starting at 7:30. >> keep your fingers crossed. and fingers crossed for the giants and hopefully they can continue the hot streak. >> good morning, everyone, we
will show you what is going on. as the temperatures build through the weekend so do the giants and now they have reached the height yesterday. speaking of the peaks we are looking down from mount tamalpais and it is bouncing and the winds are hanging out through the north bay mountains and you can see it bouncing. the record high was 91 in santa rosa and 89 in san rafael and oakland, downtown, 87 at the airport, 85, and sfo was 83 and in mountain view, 88 degrees. right now, live doppler 7 hd shows it is quiet this morning and we will go back to the view to show you how it is hazy and we do have high pressure over us and that is going to bring us warm temperatures but no record highs today. we will have more clouds, cooler weather will spread past the coast where it is stuck today into more of the neighborhoods and we will get to the weekend which will be mild to dry if not warmer. we are going on a roller coast with record highs dropping down through the middle part of the
week and warming up headed to the week. a beautiful picture of mount diabolo and the bay from sutro towers and mid-50's san francisco, and walnut creek is 60 and palo alto and mill valley hanging around at 50 degrees. we will talk about what is going on, the southern subject, you will see clouds along the coast and a break of sunshine from time to time and eventually this will make the turn through the golden gate bridge starting tomorrow and into thursday. that is why those two days are the coolest this week. low-to-mid 80's in the south bay with santa clara and milpitas and sunnyvale at 82 degrees and wooded with is 79, and 80 the neighborhood to the south in palo alto and millbrae low-to-mid 50's with upper 60's in downtown and south san francisco and sausalito and clouds make it to the north bay beaches with low-to-mid 60's but inland upper 80's and mid-80's in napa. upper 70's to low 80's throughout the east bay shore and hayward is cooler at 76 and as we head into the east bay
valley low-to-mid 80's. if you needed the air conditioning yesterday you will not need it today. speaking of the boys at at&t park, 63 degrees is the first pitch temperature drop down to 58. you will need a coat. temperatures drop about four to six degrees tomorrow and another four to six degrees on thursday and they get back to average and they warm up on friday, saturday, and sunday. leyla gulen? >> good morning, everyone, at 5:49, we have construction that will wrap up shortly in the next 10 or 15 minutes in san francisco. along eastbound 80 between 101 and 4th street until 6:00 a.m. we have a couple of lanes blocked and also the 8th street on-ramp to eastbound 80 is shut down and also the great highway is shut down and slow between lincoln way to slope boulevard and as we take the travel to san jose where we look at top speed on all our major freeways, 280, 101, it is looking good out there and the 880 headed into milpitas and 72
miles per hour still looking good and as we jump out to the drive out of the central valley and over the altamont pass, that is what is slowing right now and you down to 30 miles per hour in livermore. >> thank you, two branches of the federal government are fighting over a controversial proposed oil pipeline, the environmental protection agency is objecting to the state department report on the environmental impact from the keystone pipeline that would carry oil from western canada to the texas gulf coast. the epa has asked for oil spill risk and alternative pipeline routes and says they are planning further analysis and will put out a final environmental report this summer. >> president obama will host a dipper at the white house tonight with voters electing 20 female senators to congress last election and is part of the effort to improve lines of communication and lay the ground work for future compromise. the president had dinner with
senate democrats last week and with senate republicans before that to discuss various issues. >> atherton spent $5,000 on police over time for the president's visit and they want to be reimbursed and are sending bills to the white house and the democratic national committee and the people who posted the president and admit the chans are getting the money are slim but the larger san francisco spent $42,000 on the last presidential visit. >> atherton wants reimbursement? okay...up next, the free job fair you can attend if you are looking for work. >> a major city wants to crackdown on smoking that could make it harder for certain people to get cigarettes the. >> at 6:00,
>> a few hours from now a very special aircraft will circle the skies near the golden gate bridge and the sunlight how we ared solar impulse will take off at 7:00 and circle in a holding area west of the bridge and at 3:00 the solar impulse will make the first of several flights over the bridge at an altitude of 3,500' before landing at
11:00. may one it will take off on the first coast to coast trip to new york. >> how is weather going to be? cooperative? it is another warm one but... >> solar powered aircraft so there will be a lot of solar. >> exactly. a lot solar. wish i had solar panels. when we have to pay for the air conditioning, it put as crimp in the budget. good morning, everyone, here is a look at winds, the big story around here, the way the wind blows depends or determined the temperature. it is coming off the coast through san francisco so that is why the record highs are gone. yesterday in concord, and oakland and santa rosa, we had an asterisk. quiet across the entire state. it will be in the mid-60's at tahoe and mid-80's to near 90 through the central valley to
fresno and 72 at los angeles. >> at 5:55, in san jose, we still have construction that would be closing and about 6:00 a.m., southbound 80 we still have a couple of lanes blocked out there and not seeing in i delays and looking at top speeds everywhere, and quiet, actually, in terms of accidents and as we look at the drive along 4, 14 miles per hour headed westbound out of antioch and it starts to loosen up as you drive to concord and as we look outside along 101 coming into central san rafael we are seeing a few extra folks out this as they make the drive to work and into san francisco and we have a bit of construction, though, a couple of lanes blocked between sir francis drake boulevard and the waldo tunnel. >> if you need a job, make plans to attend the next abc7 news job journal hire event taking place today. here of employers: adt
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>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. anow -- now at 6:00, oakland is getting help to keep the streets saver. >> the young man accused of the boston marathon bombings is revealing new details and talking to bliss -- police. >> and the san francisco more storm camera looks gorgeous and the bay area set records yesterday. how quickly will that cool down come? good morning america at 6:00. thanks for joining us. >> just a beautiful shot. it makes you smile. >> and the forecast, you will smile at that, too. >> good morning, everyone, if you liked yesterday's heat some of it will linger but not so oppressive or record-setting.
you saw live doppler 7 hd it is dry this morning around the bay and we are starting off sunny with democrats in the mid-50's so it is cooler than year. we will have a light breeze coming off the ocean and that will start the cooling trend only mid-70's at noon and upper 70's and not as warm as 4:00 and you may need a light coat in the evening, with the sunsetting at 66 and drop to the low 60's and upper 50's. it is breezy inland and temperatures are in the 60's in the hills inland and the valleys in the mid-50's and sunny and 76 for hurricane alex with in records but warmer-than-average with low-to-mid 80's through 4:00, comfortable at 71 in the evening. how is the commute? >> to get you out the door we had construction that is wrapping up and this is the off-ramp off 101 southbound, 6:00 a.m., the cones are being picked up and you can see thing for affecting the commute if you travel down 101, or headed
through petaluma to novato, we are starting to keep over the mountains this area shaded in orange, certainly it is covering one so watch out for that. as we jump to the east bay we have this rot of an accident at 680 in dublin that is not affecting the traffic but it is slow coming from the central valley. >> we continue to follow developing news in oakland at this hour where police are in a stand off with a shooting suspect with the man barricaded in a home in east oak. the stand off has been going off most of the night and morning and the suspect is wanted for a shooting on 90th avenue at 10:30 last night. the victim in the shooting was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. also in oakland, the city is getting ready for extra help from the highway patrol to keep city streets safe. abc7 news reporter amy hollyfield joining us to tell