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6'1" and last seen wearing a red and white cavaliers jersey. if you have seen anything you are encouraged to call police. and then the attempted murder of a police officer in front of the big 5 store yesterday morning. when officers got there the man shot at them and when the officer fired back the man ran into a mobile home park and then connected a handgun. >> he has priors of robbery and assault and narcotics and he does have a mental illness history as well. >> this is the third police shooting in san jose in six days. last tuesday police shot and killed a man they say came at them with two and a s.w.a.t. officer man as well.
and then at issue is the provision that restricts new visas for citizens of iran, libya, somalia, sudan, yemen, all of them majority-muslim nations. the policy appeared to be driven by hostility toward the muslim religion, and a judge in hawaii also blocked the executive order and is hearing on that case is set for next week. and then supporters erupted in cheers when the 39-year-old newcomer beat out marine le pen. his supporters are relieved he has been elected. >> after brexit, it's so good and so great. today i am proud to be french. >> he is expected to be
>> he is expected to be continuing the work. ma cron in trance this morning in paris and his first official president elect, marking the end of world war ii. he laid a wreath and spoke to veterans at the ceremony, and the 39-year-old is the youngest french president ever. back to you. >> thank you. a san jose congregation is in shock after somebody set fire to chair church and cameras captured a man in a hoodie setting fire. >> flames damaged a storage said and outside pher members can't help but wonder
what if. the prevailing question, who would want to damage their church. >> if somebody comes to the house of god and burned that church, either he's evil or he don't believe to anything else. >> there's no question there was aursen. video from security cameras shows a man in a hoodie scaling a fence and setting the storage shed on fire. the ha arson investigators are not revealing much, only saying this is an open and ongoing investigation. about 450 families attend this christian church, and they read about the churches being burned in iraq and syria over the last couple of years. >> we don't know who would want tot something like that and we have not had any sort of complaints or any sort of incident like this, and we have been here, you know, 30 plus
years. >> the congregation is putting their faith in the investigation and are hopeful those working on the case will provide answers. >> you know, whoever did this, he will pay for god, because our faith is very strong. happening today, the alameda county sheriff's office is expected to provide new details about a suspect months after a woman was killed and set her home on fire. he faces several charges including burglary, robbery and murder with torture. oakland's acting fire chief will open an investigation into firefighters who fail to inspect the ghost ship warehouse. our media partner reports firefighters went inside the warehouse but did not report concerns about the safety concerns. some firefighters even attended
a party at the warehouse the next day, and those firefighters could be demoted our fired for not responding properly. and the first protected bike line on broadway between keith and brook side. the bike lane will run both directions and is separated by cars from a concrete median. today's ceremony starts at 11:00 a.m. the warriors are looking to sweep the utah jazz tonight. >> and the coach is and the general manager says it's tough to see his friend suffer like this. >> it's a little surreal. this is one of the best people i have ever met, and i picture him -- we talked last night before the game,
know -- you know, we all have things in our life that don't make sense and i just can't wait, i will be so happy when he's better. >> game four is tonight in utah. tip-off at 6:00 and the warriors are leading the best of seven series 3-zip. >> we want to share your playoff experiences with us, and use #dubson7 so we can share them here. and looks a little hazy outside but not due to the fact there's any pollution out there, just a little moisture and maybe pollen. if you are going to be out and about, on the bay today, light breezes if you feel like doing kayaking. if you are going to be exercising, don't forget that uv index will be high. beaches sunny and not too breezy
today, but not too warm, either. stuck in the 60s. here's a look at the temperatures. most of us waking up cooler this morning, and 48 right now in castro valley. everybody else along the east bay shore from 50 in san leandro. and berkeley and oakland, about 52. temperatures in the low to mid-50s along the peninsula, but the coast, los gatos, up in the north bay, 40s there. here's a look at san jose, 280 at 17, and tree and grass pollen high, and uv very high. temperatures continue to climb, 60s to 80s, and 60 to near 90 tomorrow, our warmest day in the week and then back to the 50s and 70s after wednesday, and how about alexis right now with your morning commute. i think your pollen levels are accurate. i have sneezed five times already this morning. nice and light.
here's a look at south bay 680 in walnut creek. b.a.r.t. rebuilding the tracks here between fruitville and merrtt station. looking ahead to the coming weekend we will see the same work and the exact same closures so be prepared for that. we will look at drive times coming up in less than ten. b.a.r.t. lays down plans to get the fare evader program, and there is one group the agency is powerless to punish. the next time your gate is delayed, how it's putting you delayed, how it's putting you one step closer
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possible jail time. back to you. >> thank you. b.a.r.t. is launching a crackdown on fare cheaters but according to the "san francisco chronicle" a new state law leaves b.a.r.t. powerless from charging juveniles. station agents can eject them but that's about it. b.a.r.t. is considering an ordinance that would let it fine fare cheating juveniles. muni has a similar situation. you can see deputies being lowered from a helicopter to help a woman that broke her ankle on mt. diablo this weekend. officials decided flying the hiker to safety was easier than carrying her along a winding trail, and the chopper flew the hiker to a waiting ambulance. one san francisco-based non-profit is putting up $100
million to fix the city's problem from the homeless. the goal is to cut the homeless population in half in five years. the money is created to improve homeless housing. it's the largest donation the city ever received to fight one issue. divers hooked cables to the barge, and then uplifted it yesterday. it ended up on its side on top of the transbay tube. b.a.r.t. set up monitors and said it did not making good use of your time the next time you are waiting for your flight. gyms and yoga centers are popping up across the country's airports, even here in the bay
area. >> air travel is stressful, delays, crowded flights, and passengers are unhappy. what can airports do to make things better? how about an passengers can lift weights while they weight. it's the first airport amenity of its kind. there's a full gym inside the security joan. >> this is for serious exercisers that want to release stress and anxiety before they get on the plane. >> with a $25 day pass, they can burn some calories before boarding. boarding. mr. schumacher and his plans changed. it's part of a new trend in
airport renovation, and wellness facilities are popping up across the country. a walking path at dallas ft. worth airport, and dozens of airports have on the go spas. roam fitness said they are seeing repeat customers, and travelers who say they will change their plans if they know they can get in a quick workout before taking off. though flights could be late and jam packed, maybe the passengers will be more healthy. abc news, baltimore, maryland. >> if i were in southern california i would be freaking out, too, if i saw this. hail coming down, dime-sized hail storms pummeled a city in los angeles yesterday, and it brought even snow to nearby mountain communities. >> west covina -- i will not do
it, and then maybe we will tweet it at. >> can't wait to hear that. the low is losing strength and influence in southern california, and most of the moisture down in the baja. we will keep an eye on those airports. there could be some issues. here's a look at what is going on wednesday as we take a look, and we're going to see wednesday, a cooling as the low approaches and brings us an onshore breeze. and by thursday, showers across the north bay. as far as the roof, what we are dealing with, you can see hardly any breeze out there right now. we are going to see warmer weather and feel it today under mostly sunny and calmer day. and then cooler than average and a breezy weekend. today's temperatures will start with the microclimates. san jose, 78. we will go up to the peninsula and have a day at 71.
cooler at the coast, even without the breezes. patchy low clouds during the afternoon hours. low to mid-60s for you. we will have 67 in downtown san francisco today. temperatures hovering around 79 to 83 degrees up in the north bay valley. warm there. comfortable on the east bay shore. oakland, 72. union city and fremont, 75. and then we will have 79 in pleasanton. and brentwood for the warm stotts there. tonight will be another comfortable night. at the coast, maybe in the mid to upper 40s. and warmer tomorrow and then you can see the dramatic drop in temperatures as the winds come onshore on wednesday, and then a slight chance for a shower in the north bay on saturday. taking a look at the roads this morning, not many folks out yet. in fact we don't have anybody coming through. there we go, a couple cars on 580 on the westbound side for those leaving richmond.
drive times looking good so far. slight delays building out of the central valley, westbound 580, tracy to dublin, 35 minutes, and dublin to mission boulevard still in the green, and inward between 101 to cupertino, you are in the green at 16 minutes. the mayor of l.a. says he's looking at new ways to gain access to the iconic hollywood sign. options include a ride between the hollywood ride. they would like to see a little relief. >> perhaps if you are sitting down to pancakes, waffles, french toast this morning, you will want to know the popular brand of food could make you sick. >> the common goal bringing
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receive reports of anybody getting sick so far and you can return any of the recalled products at the store where you bought it for a refund. one of the contestants right one of the contestants right here from the bay area on "jeopardy." >> go gators. >> good times. he teached in palo alto and is competed against 15 of the sharpest educators. he's going to appear on today's show and you can see jeopardy at 7:00 a.m. here on abc7. and a teenager took his mom to prom. his mother never got to go to prom so he decided to make her dream come true and took her this weekend.
he wanted her to get her makeup done and buy the dress, and dance the night away. >> i never thought i would get this moment but he wanted her to have a high school prom. >> that's sweet. >> he listens to his mom who tells her son never to miss out on life's experiences. >> that's touching. i like that. let's talk about what is going to happen today. here's walnut creek 680 looking southbound, and we are going to be anywhere from one degree warmer in redwood city to five in san rafael. two walk-offs and a home run to boot yesterday? man, that was a fun game to be at. the angels are in town to take on the a's. 66 at 7:05 and dropping down to 59 degrees. and we're warmer than average today and tomorrow and then average wednesday all the way through the weekend, and going to be breezy those days also.
>> taking a look at the roads this morning. overall we have been quiet but have a new crash in the sunol area. southbound 680 before you get to sheraton road, we have not gotten injuries yet, so we need three tow trucks. we are seeing a backup and it's we have a crash on vasco on the southbound side. golden gate bridge looks good, and a little hazy in a few spots but no major visibility issues. next traffic update coming up at 5:00 a.m. neighbors on the peninsula feeling more fit this morning. this is a festival there and the goal of the free event was to promote healthy life styles from what people eat to how they move. there's something for everybody, including face painting and belly dancing. >> a belly dance might be a perfect fit for somebody looking
to express themselves that way and we have music and language classes. >> they hope this year's festival convinces more people to take glasses at their rec center. and then back on earth, as and then back on earth, as you can see there, longest mission. and this looks like a small version of the space shuttle. the air force is in charge of it and the military is saying little about what it's designed to do. defense experts say it could be used for spying. nasa is out with incredible images of saturn's rings. this is the second dive in between the rings. no spacecraft has ever been this close to saturn before. cassini shot through the rings cassini shot through the rings and came out on the other side
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good morning, north bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is "abc7 mornings." now at 5:00 we are getting new details about crimes happening on muni. what a report is revealing about your safety when you ride. president obama gave one of his highest profile speeches since leaving the white house, and what he's saying about health care. and then one family decided to go ahead >> thank you for making us part of your day. >> yeah, we appreciate it. >> it's a little hazy out there but if you like the warm weather we have a couple days of those.