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good morning. it's friday, so we've got that going. june 15th, coming up on 5:00. what's on tap, mike? >> cooler weather and breezy conditions. 15-mile-per-hour winds in san jose, about 10 in oakland, 31 in fairfield. here is how the daybreaks down with temperatures below average even with full-on sunshine in many neighborhoods. the coast, you may have a few more clouds than the rest of us. mid to upper 50s in most neighborhoods at 7:00. in the 50s all through out my accuweather 12 hour planner. looks nice for lunch around the bay and inland. watch out for the breezes. 71 to 76 at 4:00. that's a pretty nice afternoon to be outside doing activities. if you're heading out around 7:00, dress for mid to upper 60s. sounds like we have a potential
problem brewing. >> this is going to be a problem all morning. westbound 580 we've got a flipped big rig. sig alert in place. all lanes currently blocked before eden canyon road. i'm guessing this will be here for several hours. we still don't know about injuries. they're bringing an ambulance to thestein and calling for a heavy-duty tow truck. as far as we know, just that big rig involved in this. we haven't heard about any other vehicle. you can use dublin canyon road for an alternate just south of the interstate. we have another crash involving a big rig south of there, southbound 680 before auto mall parkway. next traffic update in about ten minutes. we are tracking this developing story out of union city. a funeral home had to be put on lockdown with grieving families stuck inside. >> five people got shot. abc 7 news reporter matt keller live at the chapel of the chimes funeral home. >> reporter: good morning. we're on the border of union city and hayward.
police appear to have wrapped up e apelf t chimesnvestigation at but they still have a lot more work to do. let's take a look at video that we had from last night. you can see what was happening here. several 911 calls came in after the shooting. union city police say they found three shooting victims to the scene that were taken to the hospital. the fourth victim was found a distance away and was taken to the hospital. a fifth victim drove to the hospital. at the time of the shooting, one service was taking place inside the chapel at the cemetery. a witness says there was a pop-up tent in the parking lot, people drinking and some even had guns. >> officers arrived and it was a very chaotic scene. they didn't know who was involved with the situation. we weren't sure if we were contacting suspects or victims or witnesses. so officers detained several people that were either at the scene or fleeing from the scene
to us. >> police say two of the victims are in critical condition. the three others are stable. police say the suspects are still on the loose and they're looking for help from the public to identify them. the motive of the shooting is still under investigation. live in union city, matt keller, abc 7 news. now, a live desk update from abc 7 morning. >> b.a.r.t. police are investigating after an apparent stabbing at the concord b.a.r.t. station. abc 7 news reporter amy hollyfield has some of the overnight details. >> reporter: good morning, jessica. the station looks normal this morning. police have wrapped up their investigation here. they have left. training are running okay. here is a look at the situation last night. one victim was taken out of here on a stretcher and taken to the hospital. he was cut in the altercation. police have not said how the victim was doing. they did make an arrest. a man was taken out of the station in handcuffs.
this happened just after 11:30 last night at the concord station. trains did not stop here for about ten minutes while police dealt with the two people involved in this stabbing. they have not said the motive behind the attack or whether the two knew each other. we have messages out to b.a.r.t. officials so we can get more details for you. but just know the morning commute will not be impacted. live in concord, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> thank you, amy. a burglar broke into a san francisco sheriff's deputy's car and took a service weapon in pinole. the sheriff's office did not confirm details but will release more information today. we don't know if this was the deputy's personal vehicle or patrol vehicle. the sheriff's office didn't specify what kind of weapon this was. we do have a call in and we have not yet heard back. a woman accused of trying to set at least one east bay preschool on fire is under
arrest. here is a mugshot of kristina romo. these are the surveillance images. we showed you this earlier this week, showing the suspect at a safari kids preschool in union city attempting to start a fire. she is also a suspect in a preschool fire in newark. i want to show you some video that we're just getting here into our live desk. you can see a police scene where it looks like a car chase ended in a crash in san jose earlier this morning. it came to an end at the almaden and floyd area. witnesses say they saw police cruisers chasing a car and then they heard a crash. those witnesses also telling us that officers had their guns drawn at one point because the driver of one of those cars there refused to get out. he eventually did and we saw two people being treated for injuries, both of them were in handcuffs. that's what we have right now. we have a call in to sjpd. as soon as we do hear back, i'll
let you know from our live desk. back to you. someone attacked a woman who was holding her baby in san francisco. that victim is now recovering from life-threatening brain injuries and no one is in custody. this happened in millie valley at 28th and sanchez in june. kate larsen talked with the victim's best friend who was with her right before the attack. [ screaming ]. >> a mother's screams and her baby's cries caught on camera. after someone attacked her after she crossed 28th street around 6:00 in the evening. the 37-year-old mother was walking home when she got a call. >> my friend was on facetime with her sister. herister heard my friend say he hit me. >> jess is best friends with the victi. based on the ct scan doctors believe the attacker hit her on
the head with a blunt object like a hammer. >> she had severe skull fractures and pieces of her skull entered her brain. that night she had to have emergency brain surgery. >> reporter: after the mother crossed the street, the video shows a person in dark clothing carrying something, moving quickly down 28th and around the corner. ten seconds later, you can see another person running up 28th street. friends from all over the bay area spent the evening canvassing the neighborhood with flyers, looking for more evidence. >> if any neighbors have any cameras you know of -- >> the motive for the attack is unclear. they hope people in the neighborhood would remain vigilant. >> it had to have been someone out of their mind who could commit a crime like this. >> that was kate larsen reporting. sfpd says this is still an active investigation and it's looking for more video and more witnesses. you're never more than seven
minutes away from my accuweather forecast. let's start in the east bay valleys where temperatures range from 54 in pleasanton to brentwood at about 59 degrees. did you notice mt. diablo only 66. we're definitely seeing the heat subside. yesterday at this time it was about 72 up there. let's take a look elsewhere. low to mid 50s in just about all the neighborhoods. hayward the exception at 57. los gatos at 48. here is a look at the golden gate bridge. you can see a little hazy out there. not the thick cloud deck that we had yesterday. if you're out and about today, walking the dog, working in the yard, it's going to be comfortable with cooler-than-average temperatures and a breeze all day today. if you're out over the ocean or playing on the bay, the small craft advisory starts at 9:00 this morning and goes through about 9:00 this evening with the southwest winds at 15 to 25 knots. san francisco today, we have temperatures that will start in the 50s and stay there through
noon. we'll hid mid 60s in the afternoon hours and drop back down into the mid 50s this evening. for the east bayshore line, 60 at 8:00 and low 70s. that's all we eat get during the afternoon hours, down to 62 by 8:00 and our final stop will be up in the north bay, just a little warmer here and for a little longer duration. we start off cooler at 58, but we jump to 71 at noon, mid 70s from 2:00 through 6:00. then a sharp drop as the sun starts to set down to 66 by 8:00. we'll take a look at your father's daye weekend forecast coming up next. here is a look at the problem with traffic. >> 580 fully blocked before eden canyon road. a flipped semi is blocking all lanes. the folks stuck behind this on 580, at least a 25-minute delay. as far as i know, they have not started to release those vehicles. you can use dublin canyon road for an alternate.
that's the surface street south of the interstate. a new crash involving a sedan and big ring on southbound 680. and also before auto mall parkway, an accident being pushed off to the shoulder with minor injuries. a speech therapy practice that helps children remains closed this morning after someone vandalized it. one of the therapists found a lot of damage after arriving for work yesterday morning. the chronicle reports it appears nothing was taken from the office. new developments in san mateo county. the fight over access to martin's beach is moving closer to the u.s. supreme court. silicon party billionaire bought 89 acres of coastline almost a decade ago and blocked public access to martin's beach. he's asked the u.s. supreme court to review the case after the state supreme court rejected his appeal. a group representing surfers filed a brief yesterday arguing
he knew the public had been using the road that runs through his property to get to the beach. google previously said it needs more diversity in its workforce. new numbers every veelg how little things have change. >> an update on people who fell 30 feet after falling from a roller coaster. mcdonald's making a big push to reduce plastic waste. to reduce plastic waste. the changes are coming to some ♪ ♪ hi! leaving a career to follow a calling takes courage. a personalized financial strategy can give you confidence to take the next step.
while we were sleeping last night cabo san lucas took a direct hit from tropical storm bud. it's moving to the northeast at about 13 miles per hour and weak weakening. mcdonald's tak todustictectuall in all of its locations in the uk as well asireland. the fast food chain will also test an alternative to plastic straws here in the u.s. at some point later this year,
but they didn't go into much detail overnight. only saying it would be some sort of sustainable solution. we'll have to wait and see what that actually means. a pretty interesting story coming in. >> do we need straws? do you really need them? i don't know. this is a terrible crash that happened in daytona beach, florida. what you're seeing here is a derailment of a roller coaster. six people were taken to the hospital after the roller coaster derailed last night. you can see the roller coaster car that is hanging from the track. the fire department tweeted that two riders fell about 30 feet to the ground. we don't know how badly they were injured. other riders were left dangling in the air. in total, ten people had to be rescued. remember this video from pacifica state beach? we told you about the record number of jellyfish washing on the shore. this type is helpless. that was not the case along the east coast.
more than 1,000 people are recovering after being stuck by jellyfish in florida. >> they may look stunning, but this mning they're stinging. this child stung right on the next in daytona beach this week. >> as soon as i got out, i had a burning sen situation. >> 22-year-old tanya's leg swelling and red. >> most painful thing i've ever felt. >> they're more than two of 1200 florida beachgoers stung by jellyfish this week. those purple flags flying warning of dangerous marine life. even the lifeguards aren't immune. >> if you absolutely don't want to get stung, don't go in the water. >> reporter: the swarms near the shore are the result of a perfect storm of winds and currents. >> you don't see them at all until you feel the sting. >> reporter: coming up at 7:00 a.m., we'll tell you how to protect yourself. with your "gma first look," i'm
gio benitez. google strucking to recruit women. in its latest annual diversity report irt shows not much have changed over the last year. >> google employs about 85,000 people. women make up 30.9% of the workforce. that's just .10 of a percentage point more than the year before. whites are at 53%. frak and latino workers grew .10% to 2.5 and last week's shareholders aga again -- google has been dealing with a lawsuit over gender discriminati discrimination. 5:17 now. do you not have time to go to the dmv? now you can spend your weekend doing. starting tomorrow some offering saturday service from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. no behind the wheel driving
tests will be conducted on saturdays. make sure to check before you go. you can find a list of bay area dmv locations offering saturday service on our website, abc7news.com. another chance for dub nation to meet one of the warriors players and celebrate the teep's back-to-back nba titles. center zsa zsa aza pachulia signing autographs. wrist bands to the first 250 fans on a first come first serve basis. zaza there at 6:00 p.m. items are limited to items purchased from dick's sporting goods. the world cup continues today. mark your calenders for one month from now if you want to watch the finals on a really big screen. san francisco civic center plaza will hold a free viewing on july 10, 11 and 15th.
there will be soccer activities for kids, a mobile rock climbing wall, line games and great food trucks. avaya stadium is hosting free watch parties for every match. you node to rsvp. and those details are posted on abc7news.com. if you do, don't do what abc 7 news reporter matt keller did when he was there yesterday, running behind the bar, climbing on the bar. matt is a trained professional. >> we just wanted to show that video again. that's all. >> he's amazing. is there going to be good liming on bars weather this weekend? >> i don't know what that looks like. anything other than rainy guess. >> he didn't have a crosswind yesterday. there's a little crosswind in san jose this morning. that jacket could have poofed out. >> i like we're doing a matt climbing on the bar forecast. >> he's no raccoon. let's put it that way. let's take a look outside and show you what's going on. we made it to friday, but we
left the summer heat behind in the forecast. we will revisit it again next week. here is a look at san jose, 280 and 17. winds gusting up to 25 miles per hour during the overnight hours. today, hazy sunshine and the cooling sea breeze once again. it will be cool all the way through the holiday weekend. with summer heat at least to our inland neighborhoods next week. notice the best chance of clouds right along the coast today. and even those won't be a solid deck of clouds. they'll thin out from time to time. sunscreen definitely needed. mid to upper 70s in the south bay as we take a look at the microclimates here. 73 in milpitas. only about 69 in santa cruz. at the coast with those breezy conditions upper 50s to near 60 degrees. mid to upper 60s for downtown, south san francisco and sausalito. mid to upper 70s through most of the north bay.
calistoga, santa rosa northward, 80s showing up. some of our warmest weather. 69 in oakland, low the mid 70s for the rest of the east bayshore. free air conditioning is back for our east bay valleys, mid 70s to about the lower 80s. tonight, temperatures back down into the mid 50s for the most part. maybe a few upper 50s and even low 50s at the coast. let's take a look at sunday. not only is it father's day. but the morning marine layer is going to be a little juicy. so there could be some drizzle sunday morning, and then we'll have a partly cloudy afternoon, temperatures below average. have a good one. here is alexis. >> all right. unfortunately if you're traveling on 580 westbound between dublin and castro valley, not a good start to the day for you. all lanes still shut down due to this flipped big rig. i think it will be several hours until it's fully cleared.
the folks stuck behind this just not moving. as far as i know, they have not let any vehicles through. we're talking at least an hour delay. i'm reading comments on waze stuck in this. you can use dublin canyon for an alternate. that's the surface street south of the interstate. or you can take 680 north or south to get around that. but we do have two issues on southbound 680. just before sheridan, a vehicle fire that was the result of a crash with a semi. that's blocking the middle lane. not sure on injuries for that one. another crash just south of there before auto mall parkway involving a semi and sedan. this one pushed off to the shoulder. next traffic update coming up just before 5:30. stephen hawking is being laid to rest at westminster abbey. the famed physicist died in march. his memorial service began about an hour ago. his remains placed between those
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this at all costs. you can use dublin canyon road or 680 for an alternate. number two, union city police investigating a shooting at chapel of the chimes. five people were shot outside the funeral home last night. so far no arrests, and police say two victims are in critical condition. we're waiting on an update on the other three. number three, a man is recovering after apparently being stabbed at the concord b.a.r.t. station just after 11:30 last night. police took a suspect into custody. train service was affected for about ten minutes. number four, look at this new video we have. looks like a car chase ended in a crash in san jose earlier this morning. witnesses say they saw police cruisers chasing car and then heard the crash in the area of almaden and floyd. we have a call in to sjpd details. attorney general jeff sessions citing the bible regarding the controversial immigration policies. he referenced romans 13 which tells the faithful to obey the
laws of the government. number six, our big story weatherwise, trending cooler once again except for novato and pyour temperatures about the same. the biggest drop will be san jose, the peninsula and the east bay valleys, seven to eight degrees cooler than yesterday. >> the alameda county fair begins this morning at 10:30 with the annual cattle drive through downtown pleasanton. coming back with 90 minutes of news including the ban going into effect as the threat of wildfires goes up. hillary clinton is honored in the bay area. what she has to say about the debate over gun violence. an apparent stabbing at the concord b.a.r.t. station overnight. we'll tell -hey, did i mention i can save you $620 for switching to progressive? [ engine revving ] you cannot hear me at all, can you?
lockdown and sent several people to the hospital. b.a.r.t. officials explain why they're pumping the brakes to expand the program to catch fare cheaters. this toddler is no good. the real reason she's throwing everything out of her crib shows she's a genius. alexis tracking a major issue on 580. we'll get to her in a moment. but we want to start with the cooldown. >> a cloud front signifying a stronger sea breeze. that's why we'll be a little cooler than we were yesterday and below average as summer goes on hiatus for three or four days. cloud cover spilling into the bay, in fact all the way over to the east bay valleys as we look to the east from the east bay hills there. you can see just how -- almost winter-like it looks. let's talk about your accuweather 12-hour planner. we'll stay in the upper 50s all through out the 12 hours.
at noon, mid 70s as the breezes get cranked up, and back down into the mid to upper 60s at 7:00. i hate to say it, alexis, but east bay travel is not good. >> westbound 580 all lanes are blocked just before eden canyon due to a flipped big rig. this is obviously a sig alert. i'm guessing it will be several hours before they get that cleared. do not get on westbound 580 out of dublin. you can use dublin canyon road for an alternate or northbound 680. not sure i would take southbound 680 at this point because we have another sig alert there just before sheridan road. a sedan involved in a crash with a big rig. the sedan caught fire. we just heard from chp that all lanes are blocked. we have a call in to them right now. just south of there, seeing more red on 680. we had an earlier crash at auto mall parkway that's been pushed off to the side. we have a crew that should be arriving on the scene for 580 in
just a few minutes. next traffic report coming up at 5:40. b.a.r.t. police investigating after an apparent stabbing at concord b.a.r.t. station. the incident was reported just after 11:30 last night. police say one person suffered a cut after some sort of fight there. police say that person only had a minor injury. one person was taken into custody by b.a.r.t. officers, and we can tell you that trains were stopping there for about ten minutes where they had this investigation on going. but this morning, things are back to normal. so good news for commuters. back to you. >> thanks, jessica. san francisco police have released shocking body cam video showing a man being shot in the back by an officer during a confrontation that escalated quickly last weekend. before we go on to show you this, i want to warn you it is quite intense. here. on saturday, police say officers stopped a group of men for having open containers of alcohol at the corner of grant
and vallejo in north beach. one of the men, oliver barcenas ran from officers and tossed a loaded glock pistol before officers shot him, stwieking him two times in the back. >> when you see a video, we have limited facts right now because people want answers. that's the purpose of all these investigations. our purpose for come ng here tonight is to be transparent. >> police have yet to release the name of the officer involved in the shooting. no officers or bystanders were hurt. barcenas remains in the hospital. this is the second time in six years he's been shot by sfpd. we posted the body cam videos on our website, abc7news.com. now we want to talk about the trump administration digging into its controversial immigration policy this morning. >> now it is citing the bible as a defense for its actions. in a speech in indiana, attorney general sessions cited romance 15 which tells people to obey the laws of the government. separating s the white house
children from their families. >> sarah, you're a parent. don't you have any empathy for what these people are going through? they have less than you do. >> guy, settle down. >> seriously. >> i'm trying to be serious but i'm not going to have you yell out of turn. jill -- >> these people have nothing. >> i know you want to get some more tv time, but that's not what this is about. go ahead jill. >> the debate led to large protests yesterday. >> hundreds of people demonstrated in front of san jose city hall last night. organizer heather valentine said she planned the rally days ago after she learned there wasn't a planned rally. >> i work with children, adolescents, kids in the foster care system, so i know what this kind of trauma can do to people and is doing to people. >> i do come from a family that came here undocumented. i remember those fears when i
was younger of, if we spoke up, we'd be risking deportation. if it wasn't our parents, it could be our uncles. >> the group families belong together also hosted a virtual event for people to sign petitions if they couldn't attend in person. new this morning, a u.s. drone has allegedly killed a pakistan taliban chief. his name is mullah fazlullah. he and two other insurgents were killed. he was designated a global terrorist a few years ago. he was chief of a prominent taliban group in pakistan for the last five years. a new report on the hillary clinton e-mail investigation says former fbi chief james comey was insubordinate in his handling of the case. the report by the justice department watch dog criticizes him for push lickly discussing the investigation. it blasts him for reopening the case just 11 days before the presidential election. the report says comey wasn't motivated by politics but that his actions damaged the bureau's
reputation. the report also slams multiple fbi employees involved in the case for sending politically charged text messages. hillary clinton herself responded to the report with three words that got a lot of attention. but my e-mails. of course, the phrase "butt her e-mails" . meanwhile hillary clinton says there november will, quote, finally be the election that turns the tide against the gun lobby. the former democratic presidential candidate spoke to gun control advocates in san francisco last night. she received the courageous leadership award from the giffords law center to prevent gun violence. former arizona congresswoman gabrielle giffords also spoke briefly. she told supporters that their voice matters on election day. survivors of the parkland high school shooting also attended the event. firefighters trying to determine what sparked a fire in the oakland hills that burned a
shed. sky 7 was over the gutted shed as firefighters poured water on it. the fire burned for about ho. the smoke it produ seen for mes and nobody got hurt. the threat of wildfires is leading to a ban on burning and leaves and other debris in parts of the bay area. starting monday, cal fire will start issuing burn permits. the marin county fire department is going to do the grass that grew is now drying out and it's increasing our wildfire risk. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. 40 degree temperatures in the north bay. 50 at guerneville, rohnert park. mid 50s from napa to vallejo. mid 50s everywhere else until you get out to about brentwood and tracy at 59. we've got 50 at daly city. if you're in cupertino, it's 49
degrees right now. looking westbound on the san mateo bridge. you can see the cloud cover moving in. we're going to have breezy spots for driving, not only this morning but during the afternoon commute. it will be gusty out on the water. so if you're taking the ferry, you may want to sit inside. it's cool this morning, but it will be mild. nothing warm to hot in our mass transit stations today. let's take a look at the east bay valleys. we start at 62 with becoming sunny conditions from 8:00 to 10:00 where we jump to 68. mid to upper 70s from noon to 6:00. about 67 at 8:00. nice evening. peninsula a little cooler, 61 at 8:00, 65 at 10:00. low to mid 70s from noon to 4:00. 68 by 8:00. let's take a look at the south bay. we've got 60 at 8:00, 67 at 10:00 with sunshine. not much warming in the afternoon hours. mid to upper 70s until you drop back to 67 at 8:00. we have pretty comfortable weather for the entire father's
day weekend forecast. i'll show you that coming up. first, we're hoping for friday light. then we were maybe hoping for ai i had to go and open my big mouth about an hour ago. we have a couple major problems. a big update to our sig alert on westbound 580. all lanes blocked for about 45 minutes. this is due to a flipped big rig just before eden canyon road. as of a few moments ago, chp saying we're down to one lane blocked. only the far left lane is blocked. that's certainly good news on our traffic maps. purple means closed. that should flip over into the red. there certainly is a backup. you can still use dublin canyon for and alternate. i say the main lanes of 580 are jammed to about 680. if you're thinking about using 680 for an alternate, do not do it. we have another sig alert southbound 680 before sheridan. we have all lanes blocked. that was a crash involving a
semi and sedan. the sedan bursed into flames. no one getting through. just south of there, southbound 680 before auto mall parkway. another crash involving yet another semi and a sedan pushed off to the side. matt keller and his photographer should be arriving to 580 very shortly with the flipped big rig. we'll check in with them in just a few. the new way to protect yourself the next time you get into
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breezy conditions in the high country. wind advisory from 2:00 to 9:00 this evening. southwest winds gusting to 35 miles per hour. breezy from eureka to monterey. 79 in l.a. 102 in palm springs with high clouds and sunshine. let's go back to tahoe. i paired down the chances of thunderstorms mainly to sunday and monday. look at the drop in temperatures from 78 today to 58 on sunday. >> we have a major headache. we're tracking a traffic alert on westbound 580 in castro valley where a semi flipped this morning. abc 7 news reporter matt keller
has arrived on the scene. that backup not looking like a lot of fun, matt. >> welcome to a frustrating friday. check it out. this is a parking lot also known as westbound 580 in pleasanton-dublin area. close to the 680 interchange. a few miles away from where this big rig overturned on 580. you can see traffic is not moving at all. this happened about 4:55 this morning. let's show you as we move across the overpass. you can see all the red lights. more vehicles stuck in traffic. a big rig overturned on westbound 580 just east of eden canyon road. that big rig weighs about 30,000 pounds. it will be quite an effort to get it out of there. all lanes blocked for about 45 minutes. the good news, only one lane is now blocked. you can see traffic has not begun to flow here in the
pleasanton area. we're several miles away. it's going to take a while before you get this all cleared out. my advice for anybody out there who does not want to sit in traffic like this is just to avoid the area altogether. the lawyers for the two defendants in the ghost ship fire, the trial set to begin in july. the lawyers are discussing plea deals with the district attorney's office. each man faces 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter for the december 2016 fire. 35 people recovering after being exposed to toxic fumes at a san jose swim club. firefighters hosed people down with water to wash off the chemical residue. investigators say a pool maintenance worker mixed two chemicals together. they're the wrong ones to mix. it produced a cloud of fumes that made several people
including some kids sick. firefighters say the fumes were potentially fatal. the swim club will remain closed until it is thoroughly cleaned. 6:45 now. you can buy insurance policy the next time you ride with uber or lyft. a startup called sure is partnering with chub connects customer's uber or lift account with the sure app every time you book an app. ride hailing drivers typically have insurance already. they say it will fill in any gabs in coverage. b.a.r.t. has postpoed the program that catching fair cheats. the board will wait until file fare t. wil n end te o eneneffo which began in march. officials say so far that
program has issued 1600 citations in its first three months. california voters may get a chance to weigh in on daylight saving time. the state senate sent to governor brown a ballot initiative to repeal the 70-year-old law. if he signs the measure, lawmakers could vote to eliminate daylight savings in california. any change would need an okay from washington. opponents say the system is fine the way it is and they're calling the effort an expensive waste of money. parents, you may be able to relate to this. >> a texas mom says she couldn't figure out how her toddler kept getting out of the cripple on her own. mom said she knew her daughter was climbing out but wanted to see exactly how. here is the video that proved what happened. the toddler threw everything out of her crib. what she was doing was building essentially a landing pad, so when she climbed over, book,
she's fine. then, of course she grabs the phone and takes it with her. she's trying to hide the evidence. >> hey, don't let connor see that. >> oh, my gosh. so my little boy just started pulling himself to stand. so now when you go and get him out of his crib he's standing and waiting for you. this is next. >> that's next. >> yeah. can't wait. >> these kids communicate telepathically. she's probably sending those messages from texas to connor. >> just don't put as much stuff in his crib. >> one step ahead. >> good luck with that. let's talk about what's going on this weekend. got a great weekend to be out sierd, not be stuck inside. a look at a gorgeous cascade of clouds over the east bay hills and valleys with the sunrise and mt. diablo in the background. today we'll have sunshine even at the coast where a few passing clouds, we'll call you mostly sunny. the summer hiatus, cool, partly
cloudy tonight. summer will return this week. but it won't come back with such aven generals. here is your 12-hour planner. temperatures locked in the 50s for the better part of today. we'll spark in the afternoon hours, bay side low to mid 60s. let's take a look at the east bayshore where we go from 56 at 7:00. a tight window between floon and four where we're in the low 70s. peninsula, a little crowd cover this morning, sunshine at noon. there's also a small window where san mateo southward could be in the low to mid 70s during the afternoon hours while everybody else, much cooler than that. let's take a look at the south bay. about a 20-degree warming, maybe 17 degrees tops. you can see the deeper you get, a little warmer from milpitas at 73, san jose at 77 and gilroy at about 78. up in the north bay, 53 but 80
by 4:00. a lot of the 80s from santa rosa north ward. san rafael only 75 degrees. our last stop should be our warmest neighborhoods if today was a typical summer day. still low 80s in antioch and brentwood. my accuweather seven-day forecast lows in the 50s tonight and again sunday morning a slight chance of drizzle. then partly cloudy in the afternoon hours. summer comes back but just every once in a while tuesday and wednesday. in the tri-valley two major problems. looking live from our crew on the scene, 580 and 680, that gridlock is westbound 580. not moving essentially. that's because of the flipped big rig we have just before eden canyon road. we do have good news as of about 15 minutes ago. just one lane is blocked. the residual delays, this is going to take the rest of the morning to recover. sky 7 heading to the scene. we should get a view on h effor,
hoake southbound 680 for an alternate. dublin canyon road is an option. we've got our second problem on southbound 680 before sheridan. all lanes are blocked. a crash plus a vehicle fire. that backup into the pleasanton area through sunol. that's a huge headache, too. next traffic update just before 6:00. new research showing a new research showing a vitamin could
tonight at the coliseum. notice the early start time because of the fireworks. 6:35 first pitch, down to about 59 by the time the fireworks begin. >> what's the dinosaur part? >> i think it's the theme, like the music. >> i just needed to get story. a heads up as you're getting breakfast ready this morning. pay attention if you're reaching for kellogg's honey smacks cereal. the cdc says at least 73 people got sick, five cases here in california. the contaminated honey smacks has a best if used by date of june 14 of 2018 through june2019 >> you also need to watch out if you're eating cut melon. there's a salmonella outbreak involving that, too. the fda added ten more states to the recall. the recall includes cut watermelon, honey dew and
cantalo cantaloup. these are all in fruit salads containing melon. the melon was sold at walmart, sprouts, costco or whole foods. the cdc says at least 60 people have gotten sick nationwide. major issues on the roads this morning. here is a live look at 580 around the 680 interchange in pleasanton. that stopped traffic is the westbound side of the road, all approaching the flipped big rig near eden canyon road. the semi on its side. we have quite a bit of debris. we were down to just the far left lane blocked -- excuse me -- the right lane. now the two right lanes blocked once again. still not sure about injuries. this is sort of an interesting part of this. a piece of debris from that truck went flying onto the b.a.r.t. tracks. it sounds like that won't be a huge deal. we did talk to b.a.r.t. and they say no damage was done to the tracks. trains are moving through without any problems.
that's a great alternate for 580. we saw traffic is not moving. believe it or not on top of these two shots, another major poblem, southbound 680 before sheridan road. another sig alert due to a crash and a car fire. we got word that one lane has opened up. you are gridlocked through sunol and back into pleasanton. i've got all the bad news. mike nicco, how about good news? >> i'm glad you're able to tell us all about that. it's crazy this morning. maybe you can relax later this afternoon. a couple of county fairs. east something fried on a stick possibly. 64 at noon when we open the gates at the san mateo county fair. only 62 and breezy at 7:00. into the upper 50sly 11:00. alameda county fair in pleasanton, you always think it's going to be so hot. no, not tomorrow and sunday. temperatures topping out at 77 at 3:00, 58 by 11:00.
dog night at a minor league game got out of hand. >> dogs on the field but that one german shepherd couldn't contain his excitement. he thinks this is a giant game of catch. finally the players know what to do, toss it into the air so the excited pup can get it back. eventually they did manage to wrangle the dog again. >> i like it a lot. next at 6:00, the breaking news alexis has been talking about with the huge backup commuters are facing. developing news in union city
reporter matt keller in pleasanton. how bad is it right now, matt? >> reporter: natasha, it's really bad. we're just right before the 680 interchange in the pleasanton-dublin area. you can see traffic is not moving at all. that is very frustrating for all these commuters this morning. you can see all the red taillights trying to get up the hill on westbound 3580. it's going to be a long time before these people are out of the traffic. let's take a look at sky 7. it's live right now. the big rig has been moved over. two lanes are still closed. this is westbound 580 east of eden canyon road. the big rig weighs about 30,000 pounds. this happened about 4:45 this morning. all lanes were blocked for about 45 minutes before they were able to open up a couple of lanes. those couple of lanes are just moving a far cars at a time. obviously very frustrating for these people who are stuck in