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coming up in my accuweather seven-day forecast. let's see what alexis is following. >> speaking of the cloud cover, we have a dense fog advisory for golden gate bridge this morn. that was issued by chp about 3:30 today. not looking terrible where our camera is set, but you could have dense areas. you need to slow down and drive for conditions. overall, drive times not terrible. tracy to dublin, well over an hour in the yellow at 49 minutes. antioch to concord filling in and slowing down at 22, and southbound 101, san rafael to san francisco, the fog not slowing you down too much. we have a couple issues if you're coming into san francisco via the bay bridge. >> thanks. happening today, president trump is heading to reno, nevada, where he'll give a speech at a convention for veterans. this comes just a day after violent protests at his rally in phoenix. police say anti-trump protesers threw rocks and bottles last night. four people were arrested on charges represented to the
protest. the president addressed thousands of his supporters at the rally and defended his response to the tragedy in charlottesville. he blamed the media. >> then i said racism is evil. did they report that i said racism is evil? you know why? because they are very dishonest people. >> the president also criticized senate majority leader mitch mcconnell for failing to repeal obamacare. >> ed lee is urging people to ignore a right-wing rally at crissy field over the weekend and? stead attend a protest at city hall. they're working to hold the united against hate rally on saturday. another anti-hate rally will be held in the castro. developing news out of berkeley, tensions running high with five days to go before an anti-marxist free spich rally in civic center park. this would be the third faceoff
we would see between protesters and counterprotesters just since march. the first two didn't go so well. people got hurt and police made arrests. the organizer of this rally is a transgender woman who says she supports trump but opposes racism and violence. >> my god, you show me one white supremacist group that would accept any transgender at their rallies. >> it felt like an invasion and i felt an obligation to come out and defend my home. >> that's exactly the response city officials do not want. they're asking counterprotesters to stay away from the event and instead going to cressen lawn where a rally against hate is now scheduled. this story just coming in to our live desk. police have busted a bike theft ring in the lake tahoe area. it has ties to san francisco. police say several high-end
bikes were stolen from truckee, tahoe city, squaw valley, and can city, nevada, recently. now these four brothers from san francisco have been arrested for the crime. we just got these pictures minutes ago of these they are jesus, sergio, martin, and juan carlos. a family affair. authorities so far have recovered about $70,000 worth of stolen bikes from the home in san francisco. >> all right, thank you. we are learning more about the deadly shooting of an off-duty oakland firefighter in san jose. prosecutors say 30-year-old jake walter was killed in a surprise attack. the suspect, oliver juinio made his first court appearance yesterday. he's also accused of wounding a second firefighter. abc7 news has learned the shooting was caught on camera. the video helped police track down the suspect. they said the man came up to a graup of off-duty firefighters on thursday and just started
shooting. it happened at the taylor street night market in san jose. police are still trying to determine what caused this. >> the new assistant coach for the 49ers is breaking barriers. you're looking at katie sauers. the nfl's first ever openly lgbt coach and the second full time female coach. she played football professionally and for the u.s. national team. she had just finished a summer internship with the 49ers when head coach kyle shanahan offered her a full-time job. >> she's a hard worker. you don't notice her because she goes to work and does what's asked. and becaus of that, she's someone we would like to keep around. >> she told sb nation's out sports website there are many people who identify as lgbt in the nfl, they just don't feel comfortable being public. the more we can create an environment that welcomes all types of people, no matter their race, gender, sexual orientat n
orientation, religion, the more we can ease the pain and burden we carry every day. >> two entrances to b.a.r.t. stations will close for good. they closed for repair work. the sf gate reports those entrances will remain closed to make room for a new substation. b.a.r.t. says it will increase the number of trains running. >> tonight, you can learn more about b.a.r.t.'s proposed extension to livermore. it consists of a 5 1/2-mile extension to a new station near the isabel the public hearing starts at 7:00 noont. it is time to start dreaming. what would you do with $700 million? >> what couldn't you do, right? the second largest jackpot ever could be yours. abc 7 news matt keller live for us with the crucial information you need to do if you win. hi, matt. >> reporter: well, good morning, reggie and natasha. the odds are we are not going to
win the powerball, so i thought we would have fun this morning. i need you guys to help me out a little bit because i want to tell you about the odds of winning. odds of winning powerball, 1 in 292 million. i got a list of ten things you're more likely to do rather than win powerball. this came from "time" magazine. i picked out a few, i won't call them my favorites because they're kind of weird. am of these things you don't want to do and? you do want to do. 1 in 74 million dying from an asteroid strike. >> oh. >> dire. >> dark. next. >> yes, very dark. dying from -- dying from chronic conspation. 1 in 2.2 million. >> is this all dying of things? >> are we on tv right now? >> this will not be all dying. this neck one is dying. getting murders during a trip to
the grand canyon. i don't know why they picked the grand canyon, but there you go. >> what is going on? do you have a dark cloud over your head today. >> a dark brady bunch episode. that could have changed yes, here you go. becoming a movie star, 1 in 1.5 million. i feel for you, it's 1 in 100 for you too. you could have been movie stars. bowling a 300 game, 1 in 11,500. >> okay, so we're not going to win is what you're telling us. >> i think i bowls 200 once. if you're talking about the odds, who wants to die from chronic constipation. let's win the $700 million powerball jackpot. why do the odds seem higher to win than in the past. they are higher? two years ago, the odds were better. the lottery commission added ten more balls to make it harder to win. if you win, you need help.
one institution called sudden money institute helps others who experience a money windfall experience a new normal. >> you have relationships with things, an identity that's shifting. a sense of loss as well as a soechbs gain. >> lottery statistics say for powerball, the most common numbers are 26, 16, and 41. they stop selling tickets at 7:00, and we have a 1 in 1 chance of me telling a bad joke. back to you. >> matt, we adore you. thank you. we appreciate it. buy some tickets. >> smart train debuts in the north bay on friday. north bay on friday. why they're now selling several
daly city to redwood city at 62. 61 in san carlos, hayward, fremont. san rafael, about 58. here's a look at what going to happen for your activity planner. breezy on the bay water north of the bay bridge. at the coast, a few bright spots. your microclimates and the thete wave in the seven-day forecast next. >> good morning. checking out the bay bridge right now. a little heavy as you make your way on the upper deck there into san francisco. we did have a couple earlier issues. a crash near fifth on westbound 80 and then past that, southbound 101 around 16th we had a disabled u-haul truck that took a while to clear. looks like those are both gone. they cleared from the board, so i believe all lanes are open. you'll see we're still a little slow. westbound 80, highway 4 to the maze, 20 minutes, and also heavy due to the earlier problem, in the yellow at 12 minutes. getting word of a new issue in sunol. we'll check on that next.
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police are investigating a report of a sexual assault. a female student reported the assault by a male student early yesterday monning. the suspect and victim know each other and the incident is under investigation. >> 6:17. happening today, protesters set to gather in new york outside of nfl headquarters to support colin kaepernick. civil rights groups and celebrities also expected to attend rallies to call on the nfl to re-sign him. remember, the former 49ers quarterback took a knee during the national anthem last year and it sparked a national conversation. other players have sat during the anthem this year, but kaepernick is the obly one not working. >> apparently, a lot of us have been confused about what we can and can't recycle. now they're telling us that you have more items that you can recycle that we have been doing the whole time. >> if you have already been putting clean plastic bags and paper cups, milk and juice cartons, it's all allowed now.
sfrecycling.org says these are all items you can toss in the blue bins. also, soy milk and soup containers. if you are already doing this, it wasn't allowed before and now it's made. >> i like the distinction between milk cartons and soy milk cartons. >> apple employees could soon be cruising silicon valley in a self-driving shuttle. >> they want it to move between their campus in cupertino and their offices in palo alto. apple has already been permitted to test its autonomous technology on some suvs. >> all right, 6:17 in the morning. we have a heat wave on the way. will we see signs of that today? >> a little bit, especially inland, 90s there. some of the 90s could spread to the north bay and south bay as we head to the weekend. hi, everybody. let's talk about delays.
1:10 trying to get into sfo. the average so far this morning. and an average summer day on the menu. clouds return and fog develops tonight, and warmer than average weekend. even the coast will get a little touch of warmer than average weather. here's a look at the cloud cover. watch how quickly it evaporates. the marine layer compressed down. that means the sun can hit the grown quicker and start overturning the atmosphere. even at the coast, a little sunshine. maybe not quite as much as we did yesterday. let's talk temperatures. wie range down in the south bay. gilroy, 88. 72 to about 79 on the peninsula. with san mateo right in the middle at 76. 64 to 66 along the coast, so a narrow range. near 70 in downtown south san francisco and sausalito. less than a chance of a thunderstorm than we had
yesterday. 72 in richmond, oakland, 89 in san ramon. everybody else about 90 to 95 degrees. 54 in santa rosa to 62 in antioch tonight. fog a little more likely in the north bay valleys. steady tomorrow, a little warmer friday. then, yeah, a little aggressive, the heat does, with 80s and 90s around the bay and near 70 at the coast. even if we pull back a couple degrees next week, it's still warmer than average. here's alexis. >> good morning, mike. i want to take you over to sunol on our traffic maps. we do have a new crash. it was initially reported northbound, which wouldn't be a big deal this time of day, but turns out that is southbound. just past calaveras road, we have lane number two blocked and a pretty significant backup. as you ski, forming towards 580. very jammed through pleasanton and down to sunol. i will prove that with drive
times right now. westbound 580, up to 54 minutes in the red. southbound 680, dublin to mission boulevard south, 37 minutes, also in the red, and northbound 85, 101 to cupertino in the green at 16 how about we end on a positive note. we had a couple earlier issues and those have been clear for 15, 20 minutes. we have problems on westbound 80 in the east bay. we'll head back there coming up next. >> "good morning america" coming up at 7:00 right here on abc7. >> amy robach is live with a look at what's ahead. good morning, amy. >> hey, good morning to you. coming up next here on "gma," president trump again doubling down on his post-charlottesville comments during his fiery phoenix rally. he threatened to shut down the government over funding of the border wall and thousands of protesters were outside facing police in riot gear. we'll have all the latest from the scene there this morning, and two top athletes are the latest victims of a celebrity photo hack.
lindsay vonn threatening legal action against a site that published photos of her and former boyfriend tiger woods. it's all coming up next only here on "gma." back to you guys. >> okay. we'll see you in a little bit. >> the wells fargo fake account scandal impacted millions and it may not be over yet. >> we first met pepper the robot when he/she/it helped customers in silicon valley, but its newest job, it's just bizarre. >> 6:21 in the morning. we appreciate you waking up with us. there's a little color in the there's a little color in the sky if you g
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situation that fundamentally calls for respect and sympathy because machines have neither. although natasha, some people don't have much either. i don't know. maybe pepper wouldn't be so bad. >> that's the strangest thing i have heard all day. >> time to ask finney. this morning, camille has a question about college textbooks. she spoke to us at our ask finney event. michael vinny has our answer. >> my question is is it more efficient to buy books, college books, online in the book store or to rent it on amazon? >> hey, camille. do you know how much the average college student spends on books and supplies every year? $1200. now, when you renlt, it's less money up front. and you don't have to worry that that textbook is still going to be used when you turn it in because remember, they're not going to use it the next semester. they're not going to buy it back from you. renting is generally better now, but i still want you to check used books.
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morning. fwl plus, what's happening today with a bill that would let a bar serve you drinks until 4:00 in the morning. >> you mean, we could go to a bar before we go to work? >> i'm not going to. >> i'm saying we could if we wanted to. >> i wonder what the forecast would look like after a few drinks. >> still pretty cloudy. pretty hazy, a little foggy like this morning. absolutely. hi, everybody. let's go right to live doppler 7, tracking some fog up around santa rosa. about a mile and three quarters, expect it to be thicker tomorrow as the marine layer continues to get compressed. we can see it from the east bay hills this morning. your 12-hour day planner. the temperatures at the bottom, the coolest ones at the coast, 60 to 61 from noon to 4:00. and the warmest inland, 78 to 85. most of us in the 60s and 70s by 7:00. that's your 12-hour day planner. how about your commute. >> i want to show you golden gate bridge. we have a dense fog advisory in
effect. you can see that's really started to thicken up. want to pay attention to these southbound lanes. 101 approaching the toll plaza, we're doing okay right now. i have not noticed anything out of the ordinary, but we had a crash last night, an rv went through one of those narrow lanes and that toll booth, boy, that's not a good combination. you can see the door sheered off and one person inside the rv did have to be transported to the hospital. when we started this morning, we had lanes three, four, and five closeled, now just lane five is closed and they're saying they're going to make repairs after the morning commute. i'll continue to keep my eye on that. next travel update in less than ten minutes. >> want to get you an update from the live desk. i have been working to get new details on a lake county deputy who died in a car crash overnight in lakeport. officials think he suffered some before the crash. and i've learned 50-year-old
deputy robert rumfelt grew up in lake county. he did two stents with the department starting in 1997. most ree years. he was a firearms instructor. he served as an assistant football coach at clearlake high school. he leaves behind a wife and two daughters. >> so sad. thank you. >> a firefighter got hurt after battling a gras fire in palo alto. it broke out before 10:00 last night in the foothilled above 280 off page mill road. crews kept to fire to about five acres. no structures were damaged. well, police are planning a massive show of force to head off trouble at two right wing rallies set for this weekend. >> for san francisco police, that means every officer must be on duty. abc7 news reporter amy hollyfield live for us at crissy field.
amy. >> reporter: good morning. all days off have been canceled. that's according to our media partner, the san jose mercury news. not all plans are set for this rally. the permit for the crissy field event hasn't even been approved. the organizer of the event says he has no doubt the permit will be issued. mayor ed lee is hoping one condition will be that no weapons are allowed. >> the number one is everybody's safety and preventing violence. in that, we have insisted, demanded that there be no weapons allowed. guns, concealed or otherwise. weapons that can be made out of signs and bats and sticks. >> the mayor is pushing for a counter demonstration and some social media posts he encourages people to come to civic center plaza friday for a united against hate rally. telling people not to go to crissy field on saturday and dignify that event. if approved, the patriot prayer
rally will start at 2:00 here at crissy field on saturday. live in san francisco, amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >> thank you. in berkeley, city leaders pleading with people to stay away from anti-marxist rally on saturday in civic center park. they're concerned tensions are running so high, there could be violence like broken out at two previous rallies. the community is planning a rally against hate on the uc berkeley campus. >> people people face charges in connection to the violence outside president trump's rally in phoenix, arizona. police used tear gas to break up protesters. police arrested a fifth person for an unrelated warrant. thousands of supporters attended the rally. today, the president will be in reno, nevada. >> new this morning, a homicide investigation is under way in the east bay. it's happening in the community of byron in contra costa
community. a stretch was closed to traffic mere mccabe drive last night. it appears the roadway has since reopened. detectives are working the homicide case and will release more information later today. >> help for victims of a deadly fire in san jose. a real estate company is donating a mobile home to this displaced family. fire destroyed their home at the golden wheel mobile home park last week. three people died, a man and two children. the cause of the fire still under investigation. advantage home says it's go to pay for the cleanup and installation of a new mobile home. >> 6:35. hayward police want your help finding more potential victims of a man accused of sexual assault and kidnapping. he was arrested in june but police are just now releasing details about the case. investigators say he pistol whipped and sexually assaulted a woman who assessmented a ride from him. he's also suspected in a similar case in hayward in 2015.
he faced four counts of sexual assault and one count of kidnapping. >> wells fargo is warning the bogus account scandal could grow. an investigation of bank and credit accounts opened without the permission of customers is almost finished. the ce oh says the number of false accounts will probably go beyond the 2.1 million already uncovered. wells fargo has refunded about $5 million to affected customers and the bank fired employees in connection to the scandal. >> the wife of the man killed in the barcelona terror attack is looking for the lastperson to see her husband alive. heidi nunez tucker says she saw a man helping her husband. he was dressed like a waiter. she says she wants to thank the waiter for helping the wounded. this morning, stanford university mourns the loss of a beloved member of that community, bob murphy was a stand-out pitcher, longtime
broadcaster and sports information director. the 82-year-old died on tuesday in santa cruz. he suffered from alzheimer's. stanford football tweeted yesterday saying murphy poured his heart into the farm across seven decades. a hearing scheduled for today in a recall effort against aaron persky may be postponed. the mercury news says a judge was just assigned to the case yesterday and needs time to get up to speed. persky argues the recall should actually be handled by the state, thought the county. so if the court sides with him, recall organizers would have to start all over again. recall organizers say he has a pattern of bias in cases involving sex crimes, including the case against former stanford swimmer brock turner. >> a bill to allow bars to serve your drinks until 4:00 a.m. goes before the assembly appropriations committee. the bill is sponsors by scotter. he wants local communities to have more control over night life, which he says pays a big role in the economy. liquor stores not included in
the longer hours proposal. the appropriations committee is the last tep before the bill goes before the full committee. >> it took fires almost all last night to contain a fire in dublin. fire officials say they reached full containment before 9:00 last night. the towering flames forced evacuations nearby until firefighters could get that fire under control. >> what a moment caught on camera in new york. this video of a bolt of lightning hitting the spire on the one world trade center. this happened yeras severe storms, rain, and humidity moved through the area. about 20 to 24 times a year you can expect that to happen. it's not always you can catch it on camera. hi, everybody. let's talk about what's going to happen today for possibly your kid or spouse's fist day of school or your partner, whatever it is. it's walnut creek school district, hoodie to shorts and short sleeves.
stating off alt 61 at 7:00. sunshine and 86 by the end. and we've got another one, san carlos school district. cloudy this morning and 60. kind of cool there, but a sunny and comfortable ending at about 74 degrees. let's look at what going on in the south bay. 60 at alum rock. los altos and milpitas the cool spots at 59. 59 in lafayette, alameda, san carlos, novato at 56. san pablo at 57. here's a look at the western span of the bay bridge this morning. if you're on the bay, small craft advisory north of the bay bridge. 10:00 this morning to 10:00 this evening. 12 hours of gusty winds. spotty fog this morning. that's the case the next couple mornings especially around the coast and around petaluma. and mass transit, cool to hot temperatures today. quick look, thunderstorms in the sierra today around yosemite and tah tahoe.
fog becomes a little bit of an issue this morning. tracking anything out there? caused any problems you see? >> i don't thing the fog is causing problems but we have plenty of issues on the roads, including a new crash in the bay bridge toll plaza. we have a motorcycle down. westbound 80 just to the west of the toll booths. this is exactly the same spot we had a crash monday morning. you can barely see the flashing lights. we just have lane one, so the carpool lane on the far left side is blocked right now. chp said lane two was briefly blocked but that's back open now. it looks like we keep freezing, but you can see the carpoolers getting into lane two to get out of the way once they make it to the toll booths. on top of that, a little improving news. southbound 680, multi-car crash, was blocking lane two, so the left center lane has cleared, but the back up all the way to 580 in the pleasanton area. i checked the drive time. at 40 minutes in southbound 680
from dublin to mission boulevard south. that's much, much longer than it typically is. it definitely is in the red. we'll look at more drive times. >> the vacant lot next to santa rosa's train station is being sold. >> that land is owned by the rail transit. smart is selling the 5.4 acre property for nearly $6 million. the property and neighboring land is the site of the former brick cannery building. >> the show will not go on. the violence in virginia forcing a theater to yank a controversial production. >> the state department is issuing a new warning for some american travelers. >> we're hoping this is the start to a better day for you. we appreciat
6:44 now. a north bay theater company is the latest casualty of the violence in charlottesville. just a few props are left at the theater. the play, the foreigner, has been canceled because the 1980s comacy faers involved an appearance by actors dressed as the kkk. after seeing the protests, the theater's artistic director did not want to take a chance. >> this is not the time to do a farce about the ku klux klan. this is not the time to make fun of them. because even though it's easy to
do so, they are dangerous. and we need to take them seriously. >> the play was cast and set to open next month. ticket sales for the canceled production will be refunded. >> this morning, the commander of the u.s. navy's seventh fleet has been relieved of duty. pentagon leaders say they have lost confidence in the vide admiral. under his watch, the uss john mccain collided with a tanker in singapore on monday. this is the fourth crash involving a navy ship just this year. and the second one that's been deadly. seven sailors died in june when the uss fitzgerald crashed into a ship in japan. >> there's a warning for tourists planning to travel to certain parts of mexico. including cancun and cozumel, also, cabo san lucas. state officials say turf war
have led to a surge in violence with people being hurt and killed. >> if you can't call, you can text 911 to report an emergency. the antioch police department announced the new feature is up and running. i need to warn you, you cannot just text 911. the number is 274637. which i know you're never going to remember right now, but it is on the front page of the antioch police's website. i checked, and you're procedure going to want to program it in your phone so you can just hit it quickly if there's an emergency. the antioch police department is the first agency in contra costa county to offer that service. and just in, some big tech news from amazon. the retail giant already dominating online sales. now it looks like it's getting into the education game. amazon announced this morning a new online tool for teachers. and it's called ten marks. let me show you. it has math as well as writing.
it's for fourth to sixth graders for now, but the company says it hopes to roll out versions for older students, some time soon. the tool inclundz short writing and exercise plans and assignments. there's also a digital assistant that can personalize feedback to students. costs $4 per student. >> interesting. speaking of amazon, it will be opening a new distribution facility in stockton. so far, no timeline on when it will open. s >> for the first time ever, firefighters in yosemite are using drones to get a better picture of a wildfire there. members of the drone team began launching a drone this weekend at the site of the south fork fire. the drones are equipped with thermal imagery that confirms the status of containment lines and locations of spot fires or other potential threats. the south fork fire has been
burned for ten days. it's consuming over 3800 acres of brush and trees and is now 22% contained. >> one question you will most likely hear today, did you get a powerball ticket? >> because the jackpot is expected to reach $700 million. matt keller is live in san jose with a tip to help you win big. hey there, matt. >> reporter: good morning, natasha and reggie. maybe you're wondering why i'm at the wine rack liquor store in san jose. it's a lucky retailer, according to the california lottery. so what makes a lucky retailer, which in turn makes for lucky lottery players? let me tell you. you have to hit at least one of these to be considered a lucky retailer. you sold at least one winning ticket worth $100,000. paid out after average of 400 or mow tickets a week, and 400 more in winning tickets a week. here at the wine rack, not only did they hit one, not two, but
they hit all three criteria. they sold a ticket here worth calendar year. that's a big deal. if you want to be lucky, what can you do? there are some lucky numbers. for power ball, 26, 16, and 41. this is the second largest powerball winning. the drawing is at 8:00. they stop selling tickets at 7:00. a winning ticket is also lucky for the owner. the retailer would get $1 million, too. we're told by the gas station next dear people have been lining up for a couple days to get their lottery tickets from a lucky retailer. back to you in the studio. >> thank you so much, matt. >> so, who's buying? >> i think we need to send some money to matt keller. so he can pick up extra tickets, right, mike? >> he seems to be in the lucky place. absolutely. hi, everybody. lucky if you're above 1,800,
1,fine00 square feet like the east bay hills where we have sunshine. down plow, you can see the exploratorium. pretty cloudy there. we'll see sunshine by noon in just about all areas except the coast. tonight, mostly cloudy. a little more fog than we're seeing this morning and a building heat wave. most of us around 90 to 92 degrees. san ramon, 89, a little below that, but close enough. santa rose oz, 85. a warm spot in the east bay. san rafael, 80. breezy around vallejo and napa. 77 and 82. in the south bay, an average summer day. san jose, 82 degrees. milpitas, 77. sunnyvale, 78. we'll get warm around gilroy at 88. half moon bay at 66. we have pacifica, 64. pretty cloudy there, even more so than yesterday. sunny on the bay side to about 76 in san mateo. along the east bay shore, oakland at 73. hayward at 76. union city, 77. our last stop will be san francisco, downtown, 68. cooler in daly city, 64.
balboa park, richmond, and the sunset at 65. we'll drop down tonight to about 60 at 10:15, after starting at 64. actually, that was last night's forecast. 12:45 first pitch. 63, warming to 68 by the time the game is over. there's our warmest weather, friday through tuesda with mid to upper 90s inland. low 80s around the bay. even upper 60s to near 70 at the coast saturday and sunday. how about the commute? >> we have a handful of issues to get to. we still have the far left lane blocked although it's tough to see. if you look closely, you can see a few of the flashing lights. that's due to a crash involving a motorcycle. westbound 80 just on the other side of the toll booths. a new problem on northbound 880. if you're traveling 238, a truck is blocking the two middle lanes and a new multi-car crash reported for southbound 680 in the pleasant hill area too. that's taking out three lanes.
goden gate brin, in the green at 6 minutes. san mateo briblg, in the green at just 20. >> you may soon be forced to memorize your license plate to park in some garages in san francisco. starting this week, the pierce street garage in the marina district requires you to enter your plate to get a spot. you also have to pay for an hour minimum. it's part of a program the city is experiencing with. its goal is to make more long term parking available in garages and move short term parkers on the street. wait until you see how frustrated this woman is. >> i believe in progress but that's not progress. >> what is it? >> it's a nightmare. >> she's great. >> yeah. >> transportation officials will monitor the new program and if it works it could come to more garages soon. >> we appreciate her pass >> netflix says it lost 10% of its viewership during the
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officials say 50-year-old robert rumfelt may have suffered a medical emergency shortly before the crash. >> number two, san francisco police preparing for right-wing protesters this weekend, all days off and vacations have been reportedly canceled to deal with saturday's rally. >> number three, violent protests at president trump's rally in arizona. police used tear gas to control the crowd last night. tonight, the president will be holding a rally in reno. >> number four, starting cloudy and hazy this morning with temperatures in the mid 50s to low 60s. sunshine by noon everywhere except the coast, and temperatures pretty close to average. 60s at the coast, 70s around the bay. >> number five, still have the far left lane blocked, webound 80 just the other side of the toll booths that involves a motorcycle that's down. drive times in the yellow. westbound 80, highway 4 to the maze and 17 minutes across the bay bridge. >> number six, b.a.r.t. reportedly closing two civic center station entrances for good. that includes the one on grove street and eighth street. b.a.r.t. says it's to make room
for a new substation. >> number seven, the rush is on for powerball tickets. the jackpot soaring to $700 million for tonight's drawing. the huge prize is the second largest ever for any lottery. >> i'm definitely playing. >> are you playing? >> yeah. >> do you always buy tickets? >> when it's really big, yeah. >> who's going to lie and say they would show up again to work? i i'm not going to lie. >> you wouldn't even be able to see me, i would go so fast. i love all of you. have a good day. "gma" is next.
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, president trump on the attack. lashing out at the media at a raucous rally. >> i really don't think they like our country. i really believe that. >> whipping up the crowd and doubling down on those controversial comments on charlottesville. [ chanting "donald trump has got to go" ] >> as thousands protest outside. police in riot gear fire off tear gas? >> tear gas in the air. >> our team right inside the chaos. severe storms taking aim. torrential downpours slamming half the country stranding cars, forcing water rescues overnight as wildfires force hundreds to flee their homes out west and the new threat brewing in the gulf. fighting back. tiger woods and lindsey vonn hacked.