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now from abc 7, live breaking news. >> a man in custody after kidnapping a woman in her 70s this morning. it was a landlord tenant dispute that escalated to a chase across town and finally to a heroic resc rescue. thank you for joining us. i'm kristen sze. it ended at sooner street and lorenzo avenue where a suspect rammed into a police car. matt keller is live at the scene, matt, police say they got there just in time? >> reporter: yes, kristen, and we're where the chase ended here in oakland. this is the suspect's car being
towed. they are waiting for a search warrant for weapons or evidence in the car. this started at u7:45 this morning. the suspect went to the home and assaulted a family member, the suspect kidnapped the woman, and took off in his car. the officers saw the vehicle take off. they saw the suspect ram into a patrol vehicle, and eventually, the chase ended on lorenzo avenue and sooner street. they said if they arrive any later, it's possible there was another ending. >> the suspect repeatedly threatened to kill her. we're extremely happy our officers were able to have such a quick response, locate the car, the victim, and the victim is okay. she's not injured. >> reporter: now, the suspect, man in his 30s, was arrested and could face kidnapping and assault charges. no officers were injured in the
pursuit. live in oakland, matt keller, abc 7 news. >> thank you. breaking news no danville. one person dead after a freak accident on interstate 680 this morning triggered by a tree falling across the freeway here the elk road onramp. you are live at the scene, laura? >> reporter: kristen, i'm standing on interstate 680 northbound, north of the exit, the crews moved in here in force. they are cutting up this pine tree. this is the tree that fell across the highway before 9:00 this morning. let's show you what it looked like a bit earlier from sky7. the car that was involved is actually about a quarter of a mile down from where i'm standing. it was a silver mercedes sedan. i've just learned from the chp that the woman inside that car was killed. at this time, they don't know whether she was trying to avoid
the tree or whether the tree hit her. there's some indication that she swerved to the left maybe hit the center divider and the car rolled quite a distance, but there is one woman who has been let's show you the tree again. it is a pine tree from the ground. we can show you it was clearly dead, and about 20 yards up the hillside from the freeway, from the onramp where people would be coming on to the freeway. there's a couple of trees up there that appear to be dead, and this was the largest of the group, and it fell just before 9:00 this morning. we're told by the chp they have someone on the way out here to talk with us. we are back live here. you can see the cal tran crews have chain saws. the traffic situation as you can imagine out here, kristen, is terrible. there were cars backed up northbound, i'm told, all the way back to crow canyon in san ramon. they are trying to remove the
try as quickly as possible to reopen all the lanes. live in danville, abc 7 news. >> thank you. now to the upcoming nuclear summit, in fact, before we do that, though, a traffic impact for you on 680, and for that, we go to alexa smith. >> it is not a great situation traffic-wise due to the fatal crash. a lane is open northbound side, still a cig alert, just where we that far left lane is open, three right lanes blocked. major delays in the southbound side too. check out the speeds, 2 miles per hour northbound between san ramone and danville, 14 miles per hour, a little faster between walnut creek and alamo. not a lot of great alternates unless you take a long way, 580 to crow canyon and highway 4 to highway 13 instead. you can veigh san ramon valley boulevard, stop-and-go traffic, still faster than 680.
latest estimate i heard maybe by noon it's cleared, but, of course, no for sure as the investigation continues. back to you. >> avoid the stretch. thank you. now to the upcoming nuclear summit. all eyes on singapore where that one-on-one sit down will take place tonight. abc news reporter is in singapore with what mr. trump is saying ahead of the meeting. >> reporter: in less than 24 hours, president trump will meet one-on-one with kim jong-unin singapore. only the interpreters joining them. award winning peace, the president gets the opportunity to look kim in the eye and decide if he can seal the ultimate deal. >> within the first minute, i'll know. >> how? >> just my touch, my feel, that's what. that's what i do. >> reporter: following that first meeting, the two leaders will share a meal, surrounded by aides where they hammer out the final detail. secretary of state mike pompeo
says he's likely to sign an agreement tomorrow. >> there's only two people that can make decisions of this magnitude, and those two people are in a room together tomorrow. >> reporter: the president to leave earlier than expected. by tuesday night, local time, pompeo said talks are moving quicker than planned. >> they are moving rapidly. >> reporter: the ultimate goal is a sign eed agreement from ki giving up the nuclear arsenal, they said it's not the final step. >> we will ensure we have a system sufficiently robust we're able to verify the outcomes, and it's only once the v happens that we'll proceed the pace. >> reporter: trump playing hardball, warning that kim jong-unwijong jong-un will only have one shot. >> it's a one-time shot. >> reporter: kim jong un arrived in singapore with his sister, his third time leaving north korea and farthest he's traveled
since taking power. he drove by on the road behind me over here in singapore. abc news, singapore. and happening today, bart police citizen review board will talk use of force within the department want the report may include informs about a deadly shooting in january. this is video from the scene after bart police officer joseph shot and killed tindle at the west oakland bart station. he had been fighting with another man, police say, and police heard a gunshot. the family is suing bart police. police are looking for this woman accused of starting fires in two day care centers. safari kid preschool was hit over memorial weekend, and union city was targeted over thanksgiving weekend. in that case, the police say the suspect brought a molatov cockta cocktail, tried to light it, and she smashed the bottle through the glass door. san jose police are trying to learn what caused an air bag
to unexpectedly deploy in a patrol vehicle. police say the car was not involved in a crash. the officer was just driving through the parking garage 10th street when the air bag deployed. the officer was taken to the hospital to get checked out, but is doing okay. the slow-moving drama over who is san francisco's next mayor continues today. the weekend started with mark leno barely in the lead, but after tens of thousands of ballots processed saturday and sunday, london breed pulled ahead, up by 1500 votes. the department of elections still needs to count the remaining 26,000 ballots. >> she's just waiting and watching like the rest of us. she's very excited, obviously, to see the outcome because i think for a lot of us here in san francisco, we are in a state of limbo. >> yeah nwe're not stressed out sweating. this is our process, election, what we do, and every vote counts no matter who the candidates are.
>> mark leno said it remains to be seen over the next few days, but it's not over. he did not win a tony, but had the most memorable moments from the awards show. what robert deniro said several times that brought the shocked audience to its feet. north bay mother returns after a ten month deployment in afghanistan. the big surprise today for her young daughter. good morning, i don't want you to be surprised by the big warming trend today. let's open up the weather window from the east bay hills, and you can see gorgeous sunshine stretching out to most of our beaches today. we're about 5 to 12 degrees warmer than yesterday. how long the 90s hang around. if you're looking for anon for incredible selection of the brands you love, this season's newest trends for a fraction of what you'd pay at department stores,
drama students from the florida high school that was the scene of a mass shooting sang "seasons of love." ♪ it's all about love >> these graduates of the high school were there to honor their drama teacher who received a tony award for excellence in theater education. she barricaded 65 of her students for two hours during the shoing on valentine's day, which killed 17 people. politics took center stage in the ceremony when robert deniro criticized president trump in a speech censored on cbs's 10-second delay broadcast.
>> he used the f-word several times referring to the president last night before urging the audience to vote in november. the crowd cheered and gave him a standing ovation. he then continued with a prepared introduction of bruce springsteen. a san rafael woman spends her first full day at home after arriving back from overseas last night and reuniting with her daughter in a very special way. abc 7 news reporter amy h news r foo hollyfield is live with the surprise today. >> reporter: it was a special day. her third grade daughter thought she was watching a talent show at school in morning, but then the best act of all walked in and surprised her. star bailey served ten months in
afghanistan, has two daughters, and surprised her 8-year-old today at school. she thought mom would be home wednesday so this was a couple days early. they both cried as they hugged for the first time in ten months. we talked to lilana about her shock, but before the big moment, we asked her mom why she decided to have a public reunion? >> and then i was thinking there's so many other, like, people that don't know, like, what we go through, like being away from our families and the sack fiegrifices we make, and i thought it was a cool story to share with everyone. >> surprised and shocked when she came to the door. >> what do you want to do with mom? >> i want to take her somewhere. >> reporter: where? >> maybe somewhere she might like. >> reporter: she was so cute. star took a couple questions from the talent show audience. she said being away from her
daughters was very challenging, but that it felt good doing something for a good cause. she emphasized the importance of education. star says she is looking forward to some home cooking and to sing her new home. she just bought a house she's not seen yet. reporting live in san rafael, a a amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> great story, thank you. starbucks and free, two hinges coffee lovers cannot get enough of. how you can get your morning fix for nothing.
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s >> check out all that sunshine, even at the golden gate. the winds are calm, winds will pick up, but have minimal effect on our warming trend. that begins today. we'll have a higher risk of heat tomorrow and wednesday before the temperatures start to taper, and it gets comfortable for dad's week. temperatures today, we're 59 right now at half moon bay with cloud cover the that's the place where we'll have the cloud cover in the afternoon hours, and 67 in san francisco, a lot of 60s in the bay and 70s inland. the winds, we talk about that, small craft advisory kicks off at noon. about 32 minutes from now or about 42 minutes from now, i should say. southwest winds, and then the west wind north of the bay bridge or south of the bay bridge, and 25-30 miles per hour. we got beach hazards for a southerly swell. it's merrin county and south facing beaches with rip currents in the evening hours.
santa cruz at 76. cloud cover hole 72 for richmond. into the 80s in the south bay, north bay, and east bay. close to 90 today. we'll be there for sure tomorrow. gorgeous shot. clouds in the distance. look at the temperatures at noon. already warmer than we were yesterday. still got a couple hours of warming left, 60s, 70s, and 80s at 4:00. this evening, you need a coat at the coast, and we fall into the 50s. on the way to upper 50s tonight. not as chilly as this morning. tomorrow, if you get to the parade early, good idea, may be a million people there, just for temperatures in the 60s, but dress in layers, because it's going to bake in sun at 80 degrees when it's over. take the sunglasses and sunscreen. category 3 hurricane churning, now 120 miles per hour winds, and looks like it's holding
there through today and starts weakening tomorrow as it drops down tomorrow morning to 115 and drop below major category and tropical storm as it hits kabo san lucas friday morning, and then it's low pressure and rains 3-6 inches on the southwest coast of mexico. maybe up to 10 inches in the mountains. flooding could be an issue with it, at least there, not necessarily as much over the baja. we'll watch that. here's my accuweather seven-day forecast. what you are seeing are mid-90s tuesday and wednesday, 90 thursday. notice we get near 70 at the coast tuesday, sea breezes kick in wednesday, reaching the bay thursday, and all of us in the 60s at the coast, 70s in the bay, and 80s inland for dad's weekend. >> so pleasant. cequal access ends t t
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1 million fans are expected in oakland for the championship parade to celebrate the warriors' third title in four years. the championship banners are up all over downtown. the parade starts at 11:00 a.m. on broadway and 11th, ending at oak street. this year's celebration will be different not including a post-rally like in years past. instead, it's what the warriors call interactive stations along the parade route. of course, you can't be there in person, you can catch the parade here on abc 7. our live coverage starts at 10:00 tomorrow morning. get detailed information about transportation, street closures, and championship parade dos and don'ts because there are some, all on abc7news.com. do have fun.
finals mvp durant is on jimmy kimmel tonight tweeting that tonight at 11:35 p.m. after abc 7 news at 11:00. new details on i-hop's name change. they said they would change the name to i-hob, and now we know what the b stands for. ♪ yum yum yum yum ♪ yum yum yum >> okay. the b is for burgers, apparently. ihob announced it on twitter this morning. it's not a permanent name change. they are nope for pancakes with a p, but trying to promote steak burgers. you heard of maternity and paternity leave, but a pet food company is paying employees paw-ternity group in norway, sweden, and finland. it's three-days, and 90
president of the companies 1500 employees have pets. good idea. you get to bond with the pooch too, right? >> absolutely. take care of them. all right. what are you bringing for the parade watching, tomorrow? >> i'll be right over there. >> uh-huh. and weather looks good, mike. >> i'll watch the sunshine. i'll bring plenty of that and warm temperatures by the afternoon hours. >> i hope -- >> do i have to bring something for a pot luck? >> if you start it, we'll bring something. >> from us here at abc 7 news, thank you so much for joining us, and "who wants to be a millionaire" is coming up next. have a great day. bye bye.
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