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head, the work that remains this morning. >> new this morning, the marines arrive in the philippines for relief from typhoon haiyan. they will provide help after the death toll grows. >> new video shows police officers responding to a late-night side show. we have what officers found when they arrived. >> good morning, on this veteran's day. thank you very much for starting your week with us. >> we have the 6:00 hour with a look at the forecast. mike? >> the big question, always is threat of rain on veteran's day but we took that threat out. this morning, we have fog but most of reporting stations, three miles are better, but there are thicker spots in between the reporting stations. watch out for that. the day planner for the bay shows fog at 50 through 7:00 and hang out at 60 the brightest part of the day with high clouds on the way and mostly cloudy at
4:00 and 64 and clouds in the evening. we have fog inland the next telephone hours and we will see a transition to high clouds and 64 and thicker in the afternoon and 66 by 7:00 not so cool as last night at 58. at the coast, well hand out in the 50's for the better part of the afternoon after starting out with clouds this morning and clouds through 7:00 but, still, in the mid-50's. leyla gulen? >> we have two sig-alerts in effect, one in san francisco now with three lanes blocked. as we take you to fairfield, this sig-alert is still in effect but it sounds like an extra lane is open and possibly all lanes have re-opened after the multiple vehicle crash. before you get to highway 12 westbound 80 we are down to six miles per hour with heavy backup from before cherry glenn. we also have another report of a fender bender in the westbound direction. as we led into san francisco southbound 101 there is another
multi-vehicle accident causing heavy delays away from westbound 80. from the bay bridge toll plaza it looks like the traffic is moving smoothly and from emeryville camera that picture as you make it over to treasure island is moving along pretty will with. eric and kristen? >> developing now firefighters remain at the scene of a huge fire in redwood city that sent a large plume of smoke in the air triggering house warning across three bay area counties. the file started yesterday at the metal management on seaport boulevard. that is where matt keller is with the conditions right now. >> good news this morning in redwood city, the joyant mule of smoke and steam has disappeared over the last half hour. from redwood city fire department, inside the metal management they have been
fighting the fire since after 1:00 o'clock yesterday afternoon. the shelter-in-place is still in effect from menlo park, redwood city, east palo alto and unincorporated san mateo county. we expect the health advisory to be lifted. people can see the smoke and steam for miles away. >> we saw the clouds. it was black. i figured it was a fire so we came to investigate. we noticed a lot of smoke that smelled like plastic. >> the firefighters and equipment have been released leaving 20 firefighters remaining to determine what caused the fire. there are different origins of the mellal brought for recycling. the boulevard was re-opened at 4:00 this morning good news for those working here. there are a lot of businesses at the end of the boulevard. they can get to their jobs, now, this morning. >> now the latest open what was
typhoon haiyan which now is a tropical storm. winds gusted up to 98 miles per hour uprooting trees and blowing the roofs 50 of homes. the news an says that five people are confirmed dead. >> in the philippines there are fears the death toll could time to 10,000 from the devastating storm. this is new video showing the height of the storm on friday. the official death toll now is 1,563 which is expected to go up. blocked roads making it difficult to get an accurate town and to distribute relief goods. >> this is how broad the devastation is. new video from over the weekend shows widespread damage. reports say that locals are now looting and panic buying so new
a curfew is in place. >> united states marines are now in the philippines to offer aid to the country. 90 arrived early today. they take part in search-and-rescue operations. the marine general in charge of the mission said that he took a tour of the region and saw bodies everywhere calling it "total devastation." relief efforts taking place at home. abc7 news reporter, amy hollyfield, has that story. >> volunteers have what great success in the bay area and they are just getting started. in san francisco, a small group of filipino americans gathered we $700 just standing at powell and market asking for money. it worked. they plan to do it today. in san bruno members of the group project pearls asked for cash and food. 1,600 donation came in it
willing 47 boxes with food. >> i brought noodles, canned food, toothbrushes, rice, soap. >> we will let the people in the philippines this is coming from this church and we are glad to help in anyway we can. >> victims are being remembered in prayer. our crew paid a visit to the first filipino american unitedup of christ in someone know praying for the people in the philippines and asked for donations. a san francisco group is back at it today. can you find them at the cable car turn around starting at 11:30 this morning. in the newsroom for abc7 news. >> we will have latest oppress cue efforts in the wake of the typhoon throughout the newscast with coverage on abc7news.com and on twitter. you can follow us on at abc7 news bay area.
. >> oakland police broke up a side show after truck drivers called to complain. officers found 100 cars blocking all lanes of middle harbor road at 7th around 10:00 last night. dozens of others may have taken off. initial reports put up to 200 cars at the scene. police did issue citations but investigators are not saying much else. ought pressure for private security at san francisco general will be revived at the botched search if a missing patient found dead later in a stairwell. officials at san francisco general tried to replace the sheriff deputies for three years with a less costly and more effective private security force but were turned down by the union and their supporters on the board of supervisors. the hospital spent $6.5 million last fiscal year for sheriff deputies. $1 million more than four years earlier for the same level of
service. >> today is veteran's day and there are closing. that includes federal and state courts, city and county offices, banks, post offices. bart, muni, caltrain and a.c. transit are on the regular weekday schedules. >> as we honor our vets businesses are stepping up to give thanks. if you hungry, there are lots of businesses offering treats including starbucks, california pizza, olive garden, apple bees, and dennys and you can great free hair cuts. jc penney, lowes and walgreens are all offering discounts. print a coupon and show military i.d. at most places. we have the detail on our website at abc7news.com under "see it on tv."
>> mike? >> from our camera looking to the bay bridge, beautiful lights hanging around because of the cloud cover and the temperatures will be within three degrees and a lot of mid-50's to upper 60. to the coast, upper 50's to 60. today, it will be transition from low clouds this morning to high clouds this afternoon and ahead of the cold front that be wash out bringing you the best chance of light rain. temperatures are coolest tomorrow at 60 at the coast and mid-to-upper 60's for the rest of us. wednesday and thursday high clouds and sun and temperatures a touch before average from low-to-mid 60's at the coast to low-to-mid 70's for the rest of us. it is holiday light. >> not holiday light with two sig-alerts. first i will take you to is in san francisco involving up to seven vehicles with
bumper-to-bumper traffic along southbound 101. nine miles per hour is the top speed with three lanes taken away. we have heavy backup and heavy bumper-to-bumper traffic away from the central freeway but as you can see, yellow showing the remark is slowing down. in the northbound direction along 101 we have this rot -- report of an accident at 280 extension causing a slight tap on the break. fairfield is a sig-alert in effect until further notice and it could clear the next 30 days before highway 12. eric and kristen? >> coming up, the showing day even bigger than last friday and cyber monday combined. >> amazon teams up with the postal service.
covering walnut creek, burlingame, campbell and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> this is a live picture from arlington national cemetery. later this morning, rebound and the first lady and vice president biden and his wife will be leader if a ceremony in honor of veteran's day. we have commemorations here. we will keep you informed. >> today is the biggest on-line shopping day of the year and the entire world and you have to leave the country to take part, china's largest retailer has a sale today and it specifics to sell $5 billion worth of goods, bigger than cyber london -- monday and black friday
>> amazon announces a new deal with the united states postal service. starting this week the post office will deliver packages to consumers on sunday at no extra charge. this is not available in the bay area. amazon is trying the service in los angeles and new york first before expanding next year. the postal service is exploring similar deals with other retailers. more postal service news, they are moving in with staple with counters inside staples location to provide shoppers with a one-stop shopping option. the staples store in south san francisco is one location taking part in the pilot program. the retailer is the first company to take part in the postal service partner, --
partner expansion program. >> apple is designing new phones with bigger screens with curved glass. bloom business is reporting two models planned for release next year have scenes of 4.78" and a.-- and 5.5". >> a diet product is being recalled for possible liver damage with laboratories in dallas recalling the products that are used to weight loss and muscle building. the products are in the to have impurities linked to dozens of hepatitis and liver failure cases. the f.d.a. says so far, one person has died, one received a liver trance plant and two are awaiting transplants. >> we will check with meteorologist, mike nicco, watching the rain chances for
veteran's day. >> the rain will happen tomorrow in the north bay. we have fog that is getting thicker in livermore down to 1.5 mile. everyone else is five miles and above. we have flight arrival delays at sfo because of he clouds. we have two miles visibility in santa rosa. 52 in pittsburg is the warm spot east bay. everyone else is mid-to-upper 40's but pleasanton is 50. walnut creek is 48. lafayette is 49. we have mid-50's throughout the bay shore. san francisco, san san carlos, mountain view, san jose, all 53. above the fog from the east bay hills toward mount diabolo, the
fog now is the big story. it will lead to clouds and mid-to-upper clouds. light rain, north bay tomorrow, not a game changers extended dry if heard could be a game changer. temperature-wise today, mid-to-upper 60's in the south bay with santa fe at 67. 67 at los altos. half moon bay is the warm spot along the coast. a lost mid-60's in the north bay valleys and upper 50's at the coastline and oakland at 66 and 66 at walnut creek and 70 at brentwood. we have temperatures in the mid-40's inland. here is the transition at noon, low clouds are gone but the high clouds are rolling in with clouds and a few sprinkles overnight are possible. in the not bay, a few sprinkles and light showers in the morning
and by noon everything is over with temperatures cooler tomorrow and warmer-than-average away from the coast wednesday through friday. a sight cooling trend this weekend. have a great veteran's day. >> good morning, everyone. we are going to take you into san francisco and fairfield where we have two sig-alerts working now with heavy backups. seven vehicles are involved and that sig-alert is in effect until further notice. it is solid red approaching 280. we have possible fuel leak, as well. northbound 101, an early crash reported here blocking one lane and everything is to the shoulder. in fairly, this sig-alert westbound 80 approaching highway 12 we have debris if lanes involving up to ten vehicles and a big rig, six miles per hour is the top somebody and, again, coming from cherry glenn road we have heavy, heavy delays. in livermore and pleasanton westbound 580, this stalled car
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good morning, everyone, it, indeed, is mount diabolo in the background. the thick covering of we low -- low clouds and fog. >> miley cyrus is making headlines again in amsterdam not for twerking but here is a clip of what happened. the 20-year-old pop star smoked a marijuana joint after accepting the video award for her hit "wrecking ball." marijuana is not legal in the netherlands but smokers cannot be prosecuted for possession of small amounts. it is sold at the internet
cafes. >> toking rather than twerking. >> and now, josh and "good morning america" next. >> miley cyrus has been on the program, she a lovely woman, very smart, aware of what is happening if her life and around her and i hope she figures it all out because, again, i have to ask my daughter to town away from the screen. that is one plan's opinion. we have a lot this morning including an update from our team in the philippines. especially the manner part of the island nation which has been devastated by the super typhoon one of the worst records storms in history. the death toll is topping 10,000 i hate to think of what it will
be when we find out how bad it really is in the outlying areas. we are on the ground in manila and hard hit areas. on veteran's day, honoring the heroes who give us our freedoms. and we have a pop star here to help bring in a wonderful surprise for a soldier and a loved ones. i offer my thoughts and prayers for my colleague and dear friend, one of my very boast friends, amy and you will understand when you watch the show. she appreciates all the kind words and ... it will be good. coming up next, right here.
>> thanks, josh. >> just so you know what josh was talking about, amy has breast cancer diagnosis caught very early and it will be treated and she will be okay. we send our prayers and thoughts. >> we have the top stories including breaking overnight the woman who drive her car into trees in the north bay a near miss that can have made this crash worse. >> in redwood city a smoldering fire is undercontrol at a recycling plant with an update on the health advisory they have issued. >> it is not holiday lite with two sig-alerts one if san francisco and one in in fairfield. but it is light into the city
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news. good morning, 6:29 on veteran's day, monday. a gorgeous shot when you look on the clouds that are on top of the bay area. that is how we wake up. thank you positive joining us. >> it is 6:30 on this veteran's day, but first we will check the weather forecast. mike? >> mike has a great view of the clouds. it is damp this morning. that is why we have fog on live doppler 7 hd. 1.5 mile visibility in livermore is as low as it gets. we have a breeze out here at five to 10 miles per hour. the fog is not staying in one area very long. for the bay, 53 degrees, foggy at 7:00, low-to-mid 60's noon to 4:00 transitioning in low clouds to high clouds to thick are high clouds in the afternoon and 58 at 7:00.
inland, patchy fog and 47. in the mid-to-upper 60's for afternoon hour, and 58 in the evening. at the coast low clouds transition to low 50's. no rain on this veteran's day. leyla gulen? >> good morning, everyone. we are checking the holiday traffic but it is not holiday light. in san francisco the sig-alert is in effect with one lane taken away because of multiple vehicle accidents causing heavy backups bumper-to-bumper traffic from the bay bridge from westbound 80. that is causing lots of pressure on the central freeway. no word when all the lane will be re-opened. this sig-alert has speeds of six miles per hour with one lane taken away and heavy backup causing slowing on highway 12 westbound. this is another multiple vehicle crash and a report of a crash at
north texas. another big rig accident is involved there. >> develop news with residents of san mateo county are advised to keep doors and ones closed because of smoke from a fire at a recycling center in redwood city is under control but generating smoke. abc7 news reporter, matt keller, has more. matt? >> we have an update to the story. the redwood city fire department says they have the fire under control. that is as of 20 minutes ago. we saw the steam and spoke disappear the last hour. that is good news for smoke in the area. from the redwood city fire department pictures they were inside the sims metal management. the shelter-in-place is canceled
for the entire area. medical personnel were on the scene to make sure firefights did not get affected by the steam and smoke. it is difficult to determine the cause of the fire because of how large the pile was and the different origins with 20 firefighters on the scene 15 minutes ago. they will be moving and clearing the scene with the fire under control and all health advisories are lifted for the area. the shelter-in-place order has been lifted, and a similar fire broke out at sims metal management in 2007 which started at the bottom of the 30' pile of flattened cars.
last year the epa accused sims of polluting the bay with lead, mercury and other toxins. >> if marin county, a woman is under arrest on suspicion of d.u.i. after the california hey patrol says she crashed her car into several trees in san rafael at 2:00 this morning. investigators say the woman was speeding, hit several trees and came close to slamming into the house. the sheriff said she tried to run away but was arrested and turned over to the c.h.p. >> now what used to be typhoon haiyan which have it vietnam today. five people are confirmed dead there. in the philippines, 10,000 people, a staggering number, are feared dead. 478,000 are displaceed. 4.5 million are affected. countless roads are blocked with
key airports destroyed. at 6:45 amy hollyfield will bring us more on the relief efforts in the bay area to help the victims. today is veteran's day and members of the armed forces will be honored. many food chains offer free meals to veterans with military i.d. to think them for their service. in alameda the uss hornet holds a ceremony to honor those who served including a traditional wreath toss over the fantail of the ship. the aircraft carrier now is a museum docked at the pier 3 taking pair in world war ii, vietnam and recovered apollo 11 and 12. president obama will attend a ceremony at arlington cemetery and in washington two of the original tuskegee airmen will be aned with a congressional gold
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into sfo. from the east bay hills camera you can see thing for taking over the east bay hills and valleys. temperatures will be close to average today. in the mid-60's to near seven. that is a warm spot in livermore. it is quiet on live doppler 7 hd. this is no moisture falling from the clouds. high clouds will overtake the northern part of the state and another record high at 63 in tahoe tying a record high yesterday at 62. typhoon haiyan has moved through vietnam into southeast china where it will rain itself out over the next 24 to 36 hours with possible minor flooding the it is not a big issue. leyla gulen? >> good morning, everyone, at 6:41. you have traffic packed right now in fairfield away from 505, you will be on the brakes because of a sig-alert in effect with one lane blocked and a report of a brand new accident at cherry glenn. you are on the brakes getting to
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covering walnut creek, burlingame, campbell and all bay area, this is abc7 news. >> more now on the devastation from typhoon haiyan. people in the bay area have been busy trying to help victims. >> abc7 news reporter, amy hollyfield, joins us from the newsroom. >> people are having trouble get information about their loved ones in the philippines. the government will not be able to provide all the help needed so people are mobilizing here. volunteers in san bruno with the group project pearl took in donation of cash and food. it took two hours to fill all their collection boxes, 47 of them. in san francisco, a small group of filipino americans stood at powell and market and begged for help. asking for money feels boater than sitting at home of what the devastation. >> the communication lines are
down. there is no way to get into the other areas. as much as we want to help this is our way of helping. >> the victims of the typhoon haiyan were remembered in services including the first filipino church of christ collecting donations. they will be back at it today collecting $700 yesterday. they are at powell and market again this morning at the cable turn around. >> we will have the latest on the rescue efforts with coverage continuing on abc7news.com and on twitter. >> miami dolphins defensive lineman incognito says it was the culture of the locker room.
he left a voice mail to martin with the n word. he left the team over being bullied and incognito says he is not a racist or bully. >> i spoke through text and three said i don't blame you guys i blame stuff in the long room and the culture and what was going on an me. when this stuff got going, swirling, bullying was attached and my name was attached, i nexted as a friend, and said what is up with this? and three said, it is not coming me from. >> incognito said martin left him a threatening message a week before leashing the team. >> a personal revelation by a member of the "good morning america" team. >> amy announced this morning she has breast cancer and it was discovered after she got a mammogram on national tv. >> i decided to take one for the
team, public service, because you know i didn't want do have the mammogram so a few short weeks later words i never expected to hear, i was told i have breast cancer. >> this morning, the 40-year-old mother of five spoke about having her first mammogram last month as part of a breast cancer awareness story. show never thought she would learn she had cancer and will talk about maps for what is next on "good morning america" at 7:00 the you can send a message of home to amie. >> twitter is buzzing with viewers sounding off about the diagnosis and offering her their well wishes. >> here is from ashley. even though i don't know her i feel like she is family. prayers for you and your family as you begin this journey. another from jessica, i always thought you were the most
beautiful woman on tv and now you are the bravest. you are so strong and will beat this. can you send your wishes on twitter and as eric mentioned on facebook. >> and same wishes from the team here, our best to her and our prayers are with her. it was caught very early and the prognosis good. >> she has robin if support, talk about strong, right? mike nicco, veteran's day with a lot going on. >> wind chill out there and cool this morning. dress promptly and our lowest visibility is napa at an eighth of a mile, and the rest of us have just enough clouds do have flight arrive delays at sfo. it feels chilly with the wind because of the damp air.
temperature is 50 at forest hill the cool spot in everyone else is 54. across the golden gate bridge or through the ferry building toward downtown, portrero hill, all at 54. and same for belmont and santa clara, at 52. union city is 51 and saratoga is 50. pleasanton is 48. petaluma is friend. american canyon is coolest at 39. in the east bay hills, the cloud cover is in the hills, in the valleys, with mount diabolo pushing through. light rain in the north bay. extended period of dry air again. mid-to-upper 60's to the south and 67 in san jose and mid-to-upper on most of the peninsula. 60 at half moon bay and the sune
sunset time. mid-60's loan the east bay shore with oakland warmest at 66 and the east bay valley, brentwood and livermore warm at 70. tonight, cooler because of cloud cover, low-to-mid 40's to the coast through midland. there is sunshine, a couple of hours, with high clouds rolling quicking. chance of sprinkles overnight, anywhere especially north of the bay bridge and sprinkles into the north bay in the morning and scattered light rain is possible at noon and then it is over. tomorrow, the coolest day of the forecast, cooler than today, and warm sunshine with high clouds wednesday through most of the weekend. leyla gulen? >> a sig-alert has canceled and we have one remaining. we have this accident which is brand new along southbound 680,
we have heavy backup coming away from highway 84, so 29 miles per hour approaching with one lane blocked causing quite the damage. as we take you to back -- vacaville, we have an accident involving a big rig. into san francisco southbound 101 the sig-alert is in effect. the traffic is dissipating. >> ahead, seven things to know before
there is no word on the cause. >> relief efforts are underway in the fill mean -- in the philippines following typhoon haiyan with 1,500 confirmed deaths but it could reach 10,000. if vietnam, five are confirmed dead after the storm made landfall. >> three, complaint call helped oakland police break up a side show with 100 cars blocking all lanes of middle harbor road and 7th. and drivers were cited. >> the nation pays tribute to military veterans today in an hour, president obama will attend a veteran's day ceremony as arlington national cemetery with a wreath at the tomb the unknown. >> what could be the biggest and best private display of military hardware is leaving the bay area in a deal announced, the family of the late engineer is donating the $30 million collection to a mass -- massachusetts
foundation. >> the sun is up but you have to be above 1,000' as we are at mount tamalpais with afternoon high clouds. it will be 64 to 70's inland. around the bay the spread is 62 to 67 at bay. no metering lights for the bay bridge toll plaza with traffic moving well from emeryville to san francisco with a sig-alert canceled and the accident causing quite a bit of slowing as you come away from highway 84 but the sig-alert is all clear if you are headed southbound along 101. thank you for joining us. see you in 25 minutes.
good morning, america. brand-new images come lg in from one of the worst storms. unimaginable devastation left behind. american help on the way. and hope this morning. this baby born against all odds. he did it quote out of love. the nfl player at the center of the bullying scandal speaks out, saying he's not a racist. richie incognito, speaking out. new texts between them. a wild cat sanctuary worker becomes a victim of the animal she was trying to help. investigators searching for answers this morning.