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jerusalem fire as more evacuations are under way. >> and a roadblock stands in the way of mass transit in the north bay. >> good morning. it's 6:00 on this wednesday. a lovely day. what we see is leyla practicing ballet. she'll have to explain herself. >> i'm eric thomas. mike nicco joins us now with the forecast. >> i'll practice weather for the next 20 seconds. good morning, everybody. here's a look at live doppler 7hd. lack of cloud cover, but also lack of fog. the bay is calmer and so are the winds. we're looking at 64 to 62. maybe a few clouds at the coast. 66 to 78 there. 4:00, 68 to 84. >> leyla. >> good morning.
i don't think so. i was caught moon walk over here. i am going to try to gracefully show you the drive along southbound 880. i'm going to turn 360 around. let's go to other parts of the bay area. it is going to be quite the sight as you're heading in from the east bay. a beautiful sight. check that out. a rainbow of colors. new details on breaking news we've been following all morning. the search for a woman who may have jumped off the bay bridge into the waters below. janet oh will have more on that story in a minute. we'll move on now to another story. fire crews continue to battle another wildfire in lake county as residents again face new mandatory evacuations.
the jerusalem fire has reached all the way east to napa and yolo counties. the area is near the southern tip of the much larger rocky fire. it is now 14,000 acres and just 5% contained. at least 60 structures are threatened with more than 1,600 firefighters working to contain it. >> two alameda county sheriff's deputies are recovering this morning after an explosion at a home where they found a body. deputies were serving an eviction notice in west oakland yesterday morning when the house just exploded. and this is youtube video showing the intense flames. investigators traced the blast to natural gas. deputies eventually entered the home and discovered the body of a 45-year-old man. they also found signs of booby traps. investigators have not ruled out the possibility the explosion was intentional. the deputies were not seriously hurt. family, friends, and supporters of a man who died in the jail will hold a rally and vigil in downtown oakland.
jail guards allegedly ignored screams for help from nearby inmates and did not call for emergency medical support. martinez died that day. his death has now triggered a call for justice. the rally and vigil begin at 7:00 tonight near lake side drive and lake merit boulevard. >> a sexually violent predator in the east bay could be a free man as soon as friday. a judge is set to rule whether he will be released. he's at the hospital after a probation violation stemming from an interaction with an 18-year-old. he was placed in a walnut creek neighborhood earlier this year, prompting many objections from residents there. three carjacking suspects are off the streets in san jose. a perimeter monday near east ridge mall where police spotted the suspects. they were connected to a carjacking six miles away near the blossom hill station.
as officers moved in, the suspects tried to carjack two more drivers, but they were not successful. the suspects fired shots as they ran. ran. no one was hurt. tappealing a court order. ellen pao is appealing an order to pay more than a quarter million dollars in attorney fees to her former employer, kleiner perkins. pao has sued the firm claiming it denied her promotions because of her gender. she lost the trial but sparked a diversity debate. pao recently resigned as ceo of reddit. republican presidential hopeful jeb bush is scheduled to return to the bay area. he will attend a fundraiser in san francisco. tickets cost $2,700. this is the former florida governor's second stop here in the bay area in a month. the smart train may lose its funding. a u.s. senate committee
drastically cut a program. officials are still hopeful that some deal can be reached. in 2008, voters approved a sales tack with the promise the train would run from clover dale to larksburg, where riders could catch a ferry into san francisco. now back to that search for a woman who may have jumped off the bay bridge into the waters below. abc 7 news reporter janet oh is live near the scene with the very latest for us. janet? >> reporter: you can see the coast guard out there on their boats with the flashing lights. they are following up on reports of a woman who may have gotten out of the water and seen on shore, but that is unconfirmed at this time. the search still continues this morning at this hour. several agencies are also on boats searching the san
francisco waterfront. it started out as a single car crash at 2:00 this morning. there are two people in that car. when they approached them, they say one woman believed to be the driver jumped over the guardrail and plunged 70 feet into the frigid water. >> we believe it's a diver that jumped over the rails. jumped over the rails. about 50 yards >> another passenger witnessed everything and fainted when she saw her friend jump. officials are not sure what prompted the driver to jump into the water. they're not sure what caused the single car crash early this morning. that is all under investigation. reporting live in oakland, janet reporting live in oakland, janet oh, abc 7 news. a water main break sent gallons of water rushing into
the street. can't get that video up right now, but we should tell you that during this drug ththat was a r tough situation. at least one garage has been flooded. more than two dozen people are without water. the city of oakland has not presented a viable plan to keep the raiders in oakland. yesterday, team owners met in yesterday, team owners met in chicago to listen former niners executive is leading that effort and claims the raiders and chargers are committed to moving. >> it works for california, and it certainly works for the l.a. market and now it works for the two teams that are playing in the most dilapidated and terrible stadiums in the league. the raiders and chargers are committed to l.a. and they spent a lot of money, a lot of money. >> no decision was made at the owner's meeting. the next round of owners
meetings are scheduled for october. many people are already doing their fantasy football drafts for the season still a month away. a new app will use ibm watson to help people manage their teams. remember watson? showed himself on jeopardy. it will organize the findings and profile and watson will analyze factors that impact the player's performance that help you decide who to start and pick. didn't he beat ken jennings, the all-time champ on jeopardy? you know you can go with that kind of brain power. >> but there are the intangibles. that's what the coaches say. check out the intangibles. 6:08 now. let's see what is tangible about the weather. >> you mentioned talking about these. mentally prepared and what else did you say? >> right. and emotionally.
>> let's talk temperatures. >> let's talk temperatures. 48 in wood side. san ramon definitely cooler this morning. you can see the clear conditions that are outside right now. still comfortable inland. i'll tell you when the heat wave hits your neighborhood. 82 in the south bay and the north bay. do we have any hot spots? >> not yet. traffic is looking light. getting from heyward into foster city, only going to take you approximately 12 minutes, so not a shabby drive. heading to the south, that's where we have a problem. where we have a problem. let's get to that right now.
one lane is blocked right now because of a grass fire. so they need that lane for a little while longer. that's causing delays coming that's causing delays coming away from 101. the investigation taking place and traffic westbound over 580 packed. >> a battle over breast-feeding sparked by one mom and one viral picture. why her choice to nurse a child is stirring up a whole lot of controversy. >> and a helping hand for a higher education. the role technology is helping in deciding which one is the right college for your son or daughter. and abc 7 news now, our view from the twin peaks camera down towards the parts of the bay area. we will have more news, weather, and traffic for you when we return.
mercury news reports the dragon fly lounge on monterrey highway, union avenue liquor on union avenue, and motif lounge on south 1st street are no longer licensed to sell liquor. at least not until an investigation is over. agents with the state department of alcohol beverage control say violations include serving alcohol during restricted hours and poor kitchen maintains. temperatures are flaring again over pension reform. the city attorney is trying to back out of a deal over measure b. they are released details of the agreement that will end a court challenge to the voter approved measure which requires firefighters pay more toward their pensions. in the next coming weeks, the u.s. education department is expected to unveil an online college comparison tool. it was created in lieu of a ratings system proposed by the obama administration that was dropped following backlash from universities and colleges.
now some advocacy groups and public university leaders are urging the department to include what they feel is important information in the comparison tool, like how long it takes for students to complete certain degrees and not just what school is ranked better or worse. >> every morning, we need your help to tell us how you get the day started where you live. send it to us here. our photo today is a real gem. who are those good-looking people? >> wow. here's mike showing his admiration during yesterday's midday newscast. that is adoration there, pal. that's what i'm talking about. post a picture on social media with the hash tag #abc7now and we'll find it. >> thank you, mike, for recreating that. i was so bummed that i couldn't be here for the midday show
yesterday. nice shot. >>ed a mer ration. >> what are we up to, kids going back to school for the first time? san mateo union high school district serving san mateo, san bruno. bruno. it is chilly this morning. it is clear this morning, a light breeze. we're going to have mostly sunny and light conditions today and tomorrow as far as the breeze goes. look at that triple digit listen to your body and drink
plenty of water before you go out. live doppler 7 hd, quiet now. it's relaxing the pressure gradient. that's why it won't be as breezy today and taking the showers and clouds with it. upper 70s. 81 in san jose. mid 80s los los altos will be pretty close. half-moon bay the warm spot. we'll be pushing 70 downtown toward san francisco. 76 in vallejo. we'll have upper 70s to low 80 elsewhere. our cool spot, richmond at 72. warm spot, castro valley at 79.
fremont at 78. enjoy those temperatures while you have them inland. 81 in san ramon and mid to upper 80s elsewhere. going to the game this afternoon, wow, is it going to be picture perfect. high u.v. index, so watch out, you could be burned quickly. upper 60s 12:45 through 3:15. let's take a quick look at tonight's temperature. another cool one. maybe not quite as cool as this morning. mid 50s to around 60 degrees. let's get into the seven-day forecast. not much of a change. maybe a little more of a breesmz and then look at the temperatures friday. we're back to average. 70s at the coast. 80s and 90s around the bay and inland. maybe peak around 80. 90s around the bay and triple digits inland. hi, leyla. >> we were reporting an overturned vehicle that was blocking off west jack london boulevard, right between the
outlets and isabel avenue. we have word that there is a new overturned big rig on westbound 580. i will get to that in just a moment. right now we're taking 360 west on highway 92. we're just about to round over to the southbound side of highway 101. we're going to be check out that grass fire on highway 84 in just a few minutes. i want to get to that accident. heading west, 580. it sounds like an on or off it sounds like an on or off ramp. it's closed for several hours because of another crash investigation. no delay. traffic stacking and packing
from the maze. >> a photo of a woman breast-feeding a boy who isn't her own child is igniting a fire storm of controversy this morning. >> the photo shows jessica colletti breast-feeding her son and the son of her friend. charlie says she wanted to breast-feed her son but couldn't do it herself and couldn't pump at work. that's when jessica stepped up to the plate. >> how did you make the decision to have jessica nurse mateo? >> i was having a hard time with it. when she offered, i was just nothing but thankful for it. >> had you ever nursed another person's child at that point? >> no, it was very natural. it seemed very natural. >> a year later, charley has now moved in with jessica and her husband and jessica still breast feeds charley's son. we want to know what you think. health experts weigh in on this brewing controversy coming up at
7:00. i imagine that might be tough, because the bond that jessica is forming with her friend's son. >> that is something we have to wait for in the future to find out how that goes. 6:21 now. a kim k selfie scandal. what the reality star posted that got a government agency stepping up to say not so fast. and health dangers targeting your kids. the potential problems representing or presented to a new set of challenges from doctors and parents. but first, abc 7 news now showing traffic slowing into traffic on the golden gate bridge. beautiful sky over top of it. we have much more when we come they use wicked small fighter jets to shoot the juiciness into every starburst. [ pilot ] it's about to get juicy.
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the abc 7 news app, on the go, in your schedule. news that lives where you live. >> developing news, a judge is urging tom brady and the nfl to reach a settlement in the deflate-gate scandal before a hearing today. the nfl player's union challenging brady's four-game suspension handed down by commissioner roger goodell. he says brady, the san mateo native, knew about footballs being deflated during last season's afc championship game. if the two sides don't come to an agreement before the beginning, it could be just the beginning of their court battle. "good morning america" will have more on where the case goes next coming up at 7:00.
coming up next on "good morning america," it's a shocking case of home grown terror. the young newlywed couple from mississippi accused of trying to join isis. the honor student and her new husband arrested at the airport as they were making her way to syria, pretending the trip was their honeymoon. we'll have the latest next on "gma." >> thanks, we'll see you at 7:00. kim kardashian is trouble inn trouble with the fda. >> that's the food and drug administration. they warned kardashian and a canadian pharmaceutical company that the reality star's post about a drug that combats morning sickness are "false and misleading." >> kardashian is pregnant with her second child and endorsed the medicine on social media. the problem, she failed to mention the side effects, which include dizziness and trouble sleeping. those posts have now been taken down.
coyote danger in pacifica. >> bogged down by homework, just in time for the new school year. what a study is proving. and a rule of thumb doctors say they should stick to with students. i'm matt kellar live in san jose where students in silicon valley's largest school district are headed back to class today. but the biggest concern is about how many teachers will welcome them back. and we have more weather and more traffic for you all morning and a new way to keep you updated. abc 7 news now. this is a live picture of sfo, and no delays here reported. and no delays here reported.
as an employee of pg&e you always put your best foot forward to provide reliable and safe service and be able to help the community. we always have the safety of our customers and the community in mind. my family is in oakland, my wife's family is in oakland so this is home to us. being able to work in the community that i grew up in, customers feel like friends, neighbors and it makes it a little bit more special. together, we're building a better california. abc 7 starts right now with live breaking news. >> we continue to follow breaking news for you, unfolding right now. >> this is ontario airport in southern california, as you can see, a lot of folks standing outside. the airport was evacuated early this morning. reason not known. police are on the scene. it looks like people were asked to leave the terminal, but within the past few minutes, they've begun entering the
terminal once again. we will bring you that information. >> we also have breaking news here in the bay area. thank you for joining us. i'm kristen sze. >> i'm eric thomas. that breaking news, underneath the bay bridge. search crews researching for a woman who reportedly jumped off the bridge into the water. >> janet oh is there with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, kristen. the challenge really was that it was dark and hard to see, but now that it's light out, officials are hoping to find this woman who jumped from the bay bridge three and a half hours ago. you can see the coast guard is there right behind us, still searching, actively searching. i want to show you real quickly, just in the last half-hour, we saw chp arrive here over to the left of us and they have been searching around this building area for whatever reason. they won't tell us why. now, let's show you that video that we shot earlier this morning. the coast guard flying above and
have been searching all morning from the air. the woman was seen getting out of the water. a witness got back into the water. all of this confusing at this point. chp says this started out as a single car crash on the eastern span of the bay bridge at 2:00 this morning. three people were in that car when officers approached them near the crash site. they say the driver, for whatever reason, jumped over the guardrail and plunged 70 feet below into the san francisco bay, prompting this widespread search. >> the officer deployed off the coast of the bay. >> reporter: tiburon and oakland fire are also part of the ongoing search efforts. they are looking near the san francisco waterfront.
the concern is the woman suffering from hypothermia. this is still a search effort and not a recovery mission. they believe the woman may still be alive. they say the jump itself was survivable. they are still investigating what caused that early morning crash on the bay bridge. reporting live in oakland, janet oh, abc 7 news. >> we want to see how things are going traffic-wise to do that situation. i will have that in just a moment. but first, i'm showing you behind it. you can't really see it. we just passed some fire crews that are just off of the side of the freeway. we do have one lane currently blocked. this is eastbound side of highway 84. that's where we had a field fire that was burning. everything's under control. we still have one lane blocked between willow road and university avenue. let's go to other parts of the bay area. that is a look towards the eastern span of the bay bridge. traffic unaffected. all the slowing is in the westbound direction. moving over to the richmond san
rafael toll plaza, heavy traffic building there. as we take you into livermore, we've been reporting on two separate accidents. one is here. we have a potential big rig that is overturned. we're trying to find out if it's one in the same with this accident shutting down west jack london boulevard between the outlets and isabel avenue. more information coming up. good morning, everybody. happy hump day. let me show you the winds and how light they are less than 10 miles per hour everywhere. that's the reason we're seeing this late push of clouds coming in from the north bay. as far as your 12-hour day planner, we're feeling temperatures up to five degrees cooler this morning. mid 50s to low 60s. as we head throughout the day, we'll hit the upper 60s at the coast. mid 80s inland. enjoy this mild weather while we have it. i'll talk about triple digits coming up. here's kristen and eric with more news. breaking overnight, seven people injured when a u.s. army helicopter made what officials
call a hard landing in japan. the chopper went down near a ship in okinawa. it is badly damaged. no word on what caused the hard landing or the extent of the injuries. a seven-hour standoff is finally over. it's not clear how the suspect was taken into custody, but an arrest was made just a few hours ago at a home in delmonte avenue. it all started around 5:00 yesterday when authorities went to check on a report that a wanted felon was inside a house there. nearby homes were evacuated. police are not saying if the suspect was armed. but they are still looking for a second person in connection with the standoff. developing news. new mandatory evacuations in lake county as two large fires have nearly converged. it tore through the dry brush in lake county yesterday. it has grown to 14,000 acres and is only 5% contained. more than 1,600 firefighters are on scene, and at least 50
structures are threatened. many residents have been ready to go in a moment's notice. >> we've been bulldozing dark patches. and we love living here. it can be very frightening. it can be very stressful. >> the fire appears to be moving east. firefighters said many more homes would be in danger if it shifts back to the west. >> happening now, bay area kids are starting a new school year while their districts are scrambling the high more teachers. abc 7 news reporter matt kellar is live in san jose with thousands of kids returning to school this morning. it's a bay area wide problem, really. >> yes, bay area wide problem. also a california problem. classes start for the largest school district in all of silicon valley, san jose unified. but the biggest challenge is trying to get enough teachers inside those classrooms. san jose unified spokesperson says they're still looking to fill 12 open teaching positions.
this happened in most california districts as a result of years of layoffs during the recession years. and now requirements from the baby boomer generation. and to make things worse, the number of those entering teacher preparation programs in california dropped by more than 55% from 2008 through 2012. school districts are being a lot more aggressive now recruiting teachers. >> going to the candidate as opposed to the candidate coming to us. we did a lot of regional job fairs going to the regional campuses. and we were very aggressive about finding those top quality candidates. >> the average teacher makes about $75,000 a year in salary and another $25,000 in benefits. but with the increased cost of living in the bay area, especially housing, it can be tough recruiting teachers to stay in the area p it's a shortage officials say will take years to meet the demand, especially for math and science. reporting live in san jose, matt
kellar, abc 7 news. students applying to a university of california campus can choose between not two, but six gender ie dendentiidentitie. the extra choices will help them have a better sense of the student population and the resources and services needed on each campus. starting this fall, students applying to schools can choose between male, female, transmale, transfemale, gender queer, gender non-conforming, and different identity. a warning has been issued in pacifica after a coyote charged at a man and his dog. it happened at lands' end apartments. a man was on a walk with his dog when a coyote emerged from bushes and charged at them. california fish & wildlife says such aggressive behavior from a coyote is a concern, but there's nothing they can do unless the animal injures someone. fish and wild says because coyotes are not protected in any way, property owners are allowed
to hire a company to trap and euthanize the animals. up next, schools in hot water over homework? why doctors say teachers may be harming their students. and google's slip-up. what it failed to do before announcing its plans for alphabet. and as we go to this commercial break, a live look at traffic. interstate 680 in the east bay. we see the taillights moving southbound and things are moving just fine here. blue skies there. we'll be right back with much we'll be right back with much more for you. notice how this breakfast burrito starts with the basic tortilla, but then inside... it's stuffed with tender, juicy, sliced steak. whoa whoa...slow down...what? i said steak. in a breakfast burrito? i can't keep up. this is advanced burrito, right? this is intro to burrito. boom. jack's new steak & egg breakfast burrito's got tender, juicy steak, scrambled eggs, and creamy sriracha sauce, all wrapped in a warm tortilla. lookin' for a basic burrito? this ain't it.
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just got an update on the jerusalem fire. 16,500 acres, so it grew overnight. 6% containment. the winds are going to stay in the 10 to 15-mile-per-hour range into tomorrow afternoon. also right now, they're gusting about 5. as far as around the rest of the state, we're going to be a little bit warmer. low to mid 90s through the central valley. about 81 in tahoe with sunshine. same thing in l.a. leyla? >> all right, mike. mobile 360 now on 880 near fremont boulevard. traffic is light heading into the northbound direction. not so much in the southbound, as we turn 360 around, a little bit fuller there that heads towards milpitas and into the south bay. let's go to other parts of the bay area, with our emeryville
camera. chp is advising folks, keep your eyes on the road. there was some activity, a woman who possibly jumped over the side into the water. crews are still searching for her. as you can see, traffic slow in the westbound direction. this happened eastbound. but again, you want to stay focused on the road while they conduct their investigation. here's a quick look at drive time traffic. very slow over the altamont pass. >> here's something to keep in mind as a new school year begins. your child may have too much homework. a study out this morning in the american journal of family therapy finds students are getting significantly more homework than recommended by education leaders. it's especially true for first graders, who are slammed with nearly t lly three times too mu homework. they promote the ten minute rule, meaning ten minutes per grade level per night. see if they can work something out with you. an annual poll shows high-tech devices are causing new health concerns for parents about their children.
the top worries still are childhood obesity, bullying, and drug use. but this year, internet safety, the number four concern up from number eight in 2014. sexting also increased seven places to number six, and studies show that sexting is associated with the sexual activity. a roadblock for uber. the problem they are running into overseas, and the latest on a battle over benefits happening here at home. but first, you can stay in the know with abc 7 news now. looking live at the san mateo bridge, where traffic heading westbound is getting very heavy. we have traffic and weather we have traffic and weather together during the br
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for drivers in six major cities. it sound if they were deemed full-time employees, drivers could receive paid holidays and health care benefits worth an average of $5,500 a year plus thousands more in mileage reimbursement. stocks look to recover from a big selloff yesterday. >> and google created its parent company alphabet, but it doesn't own alphabet.com. jane king is live at the nasdaq. >> good morning. another selloff here today. the dow is down at the moment. let me take a look. 186 points. across the board, down about 1% in the dow as well as the nasdaq and the s&p 500. we do have china, again the currency there sliding. this is despite intervention from the chinese government to try to stop that, to keep those losses contained. google now part of alphabet. we talked about that yesterday. a new holding company will manage google and all its other
products, but the domain name for the company is abc.xyz. alphabet.com is actually owned by bmw and was getting hammered with traffic when this news broke. and tesla wants to help protect its connected cars from cyber attacks, as tesla ramps up production and launches its more affordable model 3, the company needs to reassure investors that its cars are secure. california the most popular destination in 27 states, including arizona, alaska, and colorado. it was the second-most popular in 13 other states. and in the remaining states, it was in the top four. the data comes from priceline, by the way. i'm jane king. back to you, eric and kristen. >> thank you so much. what is there not to like about coming to california, and the bay area in particular, right? >> bring your wallet. >> and remember not to keep the
shower water running, okay? >> and bring summer clothes? >> and winter-ish clothes. absolutely. >> is it one of those days, mike? >> it is kind of one of those days, especially in the south bay. where the biggest, largest school district in sol cilicon valley. 33,000 students -- more than 33,000 students over 42 schools. it's the san jose unified school district. 59 degrees this morning. yes, yeah, a sweatshirt. 81 by the afternoon. short sleeves. a lot of sunshine there. your neighbor starting off 54. we've got los altos at 5. sunny vail at about 56. we've got 47. look how cool it is there. 49 at half-moon bay. coming into alameda, 62. san francisco 59. lafayette and danville 56. he here's a look at the late push of clouds coming down from the north bay coast, moving across
the headlands there. definitely going to be brighter, but still comfortable. cool tonight and mild highs tomorrow, and the warming begins friday. even without the cloud cover, six-mile visibility as low as we get. let's talk temperatures. upper 70s, sunnyvale, total sunshine on the peninsula, near 80 degrees. we'll have mid to upper 60s along the cost with daly city, pacifica about 75. more sunshine, not as breezy as it was yesterday. if we have any clouds really linger along the coast, it will be across the north bay. mid 60s there. total sunshine even brighter than yesterday and a little bit warmer up in the north bay. 76 at vallejo to about 82 in napa. oakland 75 to near 80 in castro
valley. quick look at today's game forecast. you're going to love it! upper 60s. but watch out for that strong sunshine at at&t park. 12:45 first pitch. tomorrow a lot like today. friday, we warmed back to average, and then look at the heat peak inland. triple digits saturday and sunday. 90s around the bay. the brightest day at the coast will be saturday. have a good day. here's leyla. >> good morning, everyone. northbound side of 880 into heyward. and with all those schools back in business, we do have plenty more traffic on the roadways as well. i'll get to those particular areas that are most affected in just a moment. right now, 880 is not one of them. southbound side, however, is looking quite a bit busier. let's go to our other neighborhood starting with the golden gate bridge. traffic here, so far, so good. pretty light. but check this out to the north. bumper-to-bumper traffic. southbound side of 101 as you head toward san rafael.
so we do have those kids. they are ready to learn. as we take you into san jose, another area of busy spots. northbound side of 101. 32 miles per hour on 280. pushing into cupertino, it starts to jump up. not too bad heading up to highway 101. >> and we're back with seven things to know before you go. >> but first, it's 80s and 70s now with weather and traffic during the commercial break. looking at the bay bridg ♪ we invented low fares. then everyone else pretty much tried to follow. we call it the southwest effect, but other airlines probably use more colorful language. low fares. we don't just have them. we invented them. and here we go again! book for as low as 73 dollars one-way now at southwest.com ♪
whether you're just joining us or heading out the door, here are seven things to know. number one, the coast guard and other emergency crews are searching for a woman right now in the waters beneath the bay bridge. a chp officer fall into the water several hours ago. she may have been involved in a car crash on the bridge moments ago. number two, the jerusalem fire now stands at 16,500 acres. it's burning in both napa and lake counties and is only 6% contained. evacuation orders are in effect for several areas. number three, the san jose city council has passed the first step in instituting a six-month moratorium that stalls the sale and development of mobile home parks. the city has 59 mobile home parks, including winchester ranch, a retirement community. it still needs to pass a second vote by the council in two weeks. and number four, here's a
look right now at san jose 101 near 880. it is a back-to-school commute to head from san jose to sunnyvale. it's going to take you about 30 minutes. very slow traffic, southbound side not a problem. >> that's what happens when the biggest school district in san jose goes back. good morning, everybody. here's a look at the clouds from pacifica all the way up the sonoma county coast. it's much drier for the rest of us this morning. and a touch warmer from 65 at the coast to about 88 in land east bay. >> number six, more jobs may soon be coming to the south bay. this morning, sam liccardo will unveil a plan to bring more middle income jobs to his city. the mayor will be joined by representatives from pg&e, bloom injury, and jay bell circuits to announce the new initiative. the giants helped make baseball history last night. for the first time, all 15 home teams won on the same day, including the giants, who beat the astros at at&t park with madison bumgarner going the distance and belt with two home runs.
so all in all, a great night for the giants. >> hey, batter, batter, batter. well-done there, giants. abc 7 news continues now online, on twitter, facebook, and all your mobile devices. >> back in 25 minutes with news, weather, and traffic. how's the weather, mike? >> upper 60s and a high burn factor. make sure you wear that sunscreen. absolutely gorgeous weather. >> have a great day. enjoy the weather, and take precautions. we'll see you later.
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good morning, america. breaking overnight. top secret. hillary clinton under investigation as abc news learns at least two messages stored on that private e-mail account were highly classified. the justice department set to pore through the documents. her rivals taking aim. meanwhile, donald trump riding high -- >> ladies and gentlemen, president of the united states, donald j. trump! . >> rob: this morning, about to go on their so-called honeymoon, the terror bust in america. a young mississippi couple arrested, charged with trying to join isis. the honors student and her new husband stopped, plane tickets in hand. miracle rescue, caught on tape -- >> lord jesus, please watch over us. and let my niece be okay. please, god. please let my niece be okay.