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abcnews.com. i'm george stephanopoulos. i'm george stephanopoulos. have a good day. it is a terrifying morning. it's been a remarkable few hours here. >> we're having obviously trouble with our cameras right now. we just finished watching an abc news special report. we heard from mayor mike rawlings and the dallas police chief. they gave us an update on the shooter who passed away, who died during that shoot-out. he died from a police explosive device. also more about what the shooter said and the fact that both donald trump and hillary clinton have canceled campaign events today. we'll keep tracking the latest on this information. we have abc7's jessica castro, who has been in the newsroom as well, gathering the latest details as they come down. to the left of them, when we were watching that news conference, we saw there was a map. it showed a large yellow area, and that is the city center in dallas. that is still completely shut
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down this morning. they mentioned they were swept for ieds and that sweep has so far come out clear. let's get you out the door and start with a check of weather and traffic. good morning, mike nicco. hi, everybody. got the umbrella. that's how thick the drizzle is. "live with kelly & michael" showing how cloudy it is everywhere this morning. just about all of us will be dealing with drizzle through the 9:00 hour. look at the bay bridge. you can see the low clouds and driz there will. our 12-hour day planner, low to upper 50s, hang out in the mid-50s to near 60 from noon to 4:00 at the coast. you're heading out this evening, it will be partly sunny, 56 to 74 at 7:00. how's the traffic, sue? right now, we of got better news as far as b.a.r.t. goes. we had an earlier major delay, then it was a 20-minute delay, an now it's recrouped ten minutes. looking good. everybody's on time. 47 trains at your service. no problems with ace trains, all
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running great, and muni is reporting in with no problems here. metering lights were turned on at 5:41. we saw minor delays to start with, and now it is backing up towards the macarthur maze. still looking at 15- to 17- minute drive from golden gate fields to san francisco. >> we'll track the latest in the dallas shootings. stay on top of it with our abc7 news app. we're keeping close tabs in oakland overnight. the doors to oakland police headquarters are boarded up. some of the damage left behind after protests against police brutality went into the night. all lanes of 880 are back hope now. abc news reporter amy hollyfield is live in oakland for us. about a thousand protesters were on the highway at one point. >> reporter: that's right. they promised here at the police department to shut it down. they did some damage here. look at what we've got here this morning for the city to clean up.
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red paint at the front door. no front door left. glass busted out. it is now boarded up. and then they made their way to the freeway. >> we have to do something. we have to say something. we have to speak out. >> reporter: protesters over to interstate 880 at about 8:00 last night. they blocked interstate 880 in both directions right around broadway. they set off fireworks while they were on the freeway, climbed on top of big rigs that couldn't get through and were stuck, some protesters danced, listened to music, and then there were also some prayers. >> for everyone who feels we're disrupting their status quo tonight, we say our status quo has been disrupted for 400 years. >> reporter: on the city streets, a few businesses were vandalized including a foot locker and a smart & final.
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they had some broken windows that have been boarded up. police made one arrest at that smart & final. while there was a lot of damage done, graffiti throughout the downtown, the protest did not turn violent, and police tell us no one was hurt. reporting live in oakland, amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >> thank you, amy. of course these protests in oakland and dallas across the country stem from a couple shootings that happened in a 24-hour period. in minnesota, authorities very well identified two officers accused of killing philandro castile. they are both on leave. castile, the 32-year-old black minnesota man, died of multimillion gunshot wounds. our web team is working hard, sending out updates as the latest investigation comes in in the investigation as well as the
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protests. download our abc7 news app and enable push alerts. jo a stanford law professor who called for the removal of a bay area judge is calling on you the voters to get that judge removed from office. >> judge aaron persky has been widely criticized for giving a former stanford university swimmer a sentence of six months for sexual assault. we talked with michelle landis dover who is leading the effort to have the judge removed. she wants it on the ballot next year. >> the voters will have the opportunity to weigh in on the question of whether judge persky has exhibited judicial bias to the point he can't be relied upon to rule fairly. >> she says the recall effort can't actually legally begin until april of next year. persky will be up for re-election then. bauber is expected to get the 80,000 signatures she needs. looking for the person who lit off an illegal firework
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inside a san francisco hospital. abc7 news was at the hospital as police surrounded the hospital yesterday. people reported they thought there had been a shooting. officers eventually found an m-80 firecracker on the fifth floor. in the south bay, parents are lining up to get free basic school supplies for their children. a live look at sacred heart community service in san jose right now. about a dozen people camped out waiting with their folding chairs. the annual giveaway is a stark reminder of the great need in one of the wealthiest areas in the country. today is the only registration day and it starts at 9:00 this morning. distribution will be next month. sacred heart hopes to give away 3,300 backpacks filled with school supplies. >> we'll have more on that breaking news out of dallas. coming up, the information the police department just released about the deadly sniper ambush. - hi, it's me. [imitates fanfare] lois prices from grocery outlet. - hi, it's... the rest of us! - hey there.
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you're looking at police officers standing it a tension and is a saluting their fallen comrades outside a hospital in dallas. that's where medical teams tried to save the wounded officers following the ambush last night in the downtown area.
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five officers die. congresswoman nancy pelosi has just released a statement on the events in dallas. she writes, "the ambush and murder of police officers during a peaceful protest is a tragedy that tears at the heart of every american. we are horrified by this despicable act of violence." >> and this morning we just learned in the last 30 minutes or so donald trump and hillary clinton have both canceled their campaign events today if light of the tragedy. >> on the roof, going between mist and drizzle. need to use the umbrella. it will be a moist morning for you. in the south bay, los gatos, cupertino in the low 50s, everybody else in the mid to upper 50s. brentwood at 59, alameda and san pablo at 56. half moon bay, 54. note the green. that is 60s, yellow 70s, orange 80s. tomorrow we see more green so, our coolest afternoon after even more drizzle tomorrow morning.
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there is your warming trend for sunday as the oranges start to push toward the west. i'll let you know how much warmer it will be coming up in the accuweather seven-day forecast. sue? good morning. we have some drive times for you. pretty moderate, light morning coming out of the central valley from tracy into dublin, just about 36 minutes westbound 580. 4 is looking great from antioch into concord in the west bound direction. 101 san rafael into san francisco less than 20 minutes. here's the golden gate bridge. fog, mist, you can see the shine on the roadway. that is definitely wet. good conditions if you're traveling in from novato, highway 37 into the city, is about a 26-minute drive right now. coming up, the unexpected reaction from a clerk when ran armed robber walks into a store. gary, gary, gary... i am proud of you, my man. making simple, smart cash back choices...
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black men by white officers and said he wanted to kill white people. live over the scene, the investigation very much still under way and the entire city center, the downtown area of dallas, is shut down. seven other officers and two civilians are still recovering after being shot during last night's ambush. >> this is beyonce taking a moment of silence at concert she is currently performing in scotland. as she had this moment of silence you're watching right this, behind her all the names of the victims of police brutality appeared on her large screen. the pop star also posted this letter on her website. it says in part it's up to us to take a stand and demand that they stop killing us. her tribute and message to fans had been before the shootings in dallas last night. other news now, a super typhoon is battering taiwan's east coast this morning with heavy rain and whipping winds. take a look at what happened to this man. he opened the door and nearly got sucked out. he appears to be okay now.
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two people have died. at least 60 people are hurt. the typhoon is porsing flight cancellations and evacuations. more than 15,000 people had to leave their homes. that storm is expected to weaken before it makes landfall in china tomorrow morning. we have a little bit of precipitation here. of course nothing like that, mike nicco, with your umbrella out on the roof? >> still using it because i keep coming in and out and standing in this for a while. if off little skrog in the outdoors you may want to grab one or have that hoodie that will keep your head from getting too wait. sfo, one hour and five minute arrival and departure delays. drizzle widespread tomorrow as a cold front moves into our neighborhood. that will also introduce us to our coolest afternoon. once it passes some average summer temperatures return next week. in the next three hours we'll have drizzle around the bay and that will shift to the coast and ling tler till about 11:00.
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let's head down south. sunshine this afternoon, low to mid-70s. los gatos, morgan hill and fill roy, upper 60s. more sunshine brentwood city southward, low to mid-70s for you. along the coast today, those clouds will keep us right around the upper 50s to near 60 degrees and keep downtown san francisco and sausalito in the low to mid-70s. up through the north bay, petaluma, novato, some of the last to see sunshine. my 70s there. we'll get up to 80 in santa rosa, lake port and clover dale low to mid-80s. warmer weather the farther north you go. along the east bay shore, mid to upper 60s. look at the cloud cover lingering into hayward into the afternoon areas. inland, we'll have upper 70s to mid-80s. sound like a broken record, doesn't it? feels kind of refreshing from time to time. all right. let's talk about the game tonight. you're going to have temperatures in the mid to upper 50s, breezy conditions, 20, 25-mile-per-hour winds. clouds on the increase.
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so dress accordingly. let's take a look at tonight's temperatures. you can see even more green on the map. the green you see up across the northern parts of sonoma and in the lake counties, that's light rain that's going to develop with that cold front as it moves into those areas. now, it's going to wash out so i think the rest of us will have drizzle tomorrow morning then partly sunny conditions in the afternoon hours. a little warmer with more sunshine sunday. temperatures, 60s at the coast, 70s around the bay, 90 inland by wednesday, where we should be for mid-july. a 17-minute drive from 880 towards 101 on the peninsula via the san mateo bridge and the cause up towards the high-rise. looks like it disappears in the fog and mist here. so it's not bad. it's moving nicely past the toll plaza. green is good. we have a little bit of a they behind the bay bridge toll plaza because the metering lights have been turned on. slow traffic out of the central valley for about a 35-minute
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drive over the altamont pass into dublin where things pick um from livermore into dublin. no problems there. slow traffic from bay point headed towards concord. otherwise you're at the limit out of antioch until you reach bay point. a series of blood drives will take place around the bay area today, part of a renewed call to let gay and bisexual men, at least more of them, donate blood. the project more foundation wants to see the current ban on sexually active gay and bisexual man donate blood, they want that ban lifted. the food and drug administration enacted the ban in 1983 when aids had reached epidemic levels in the gay community. today gay and bisexual man plan to bring allies with them to blood donation centers. those allies will donate blood in place of their friends. face pook is testing a new way to bring the internet to remote parts of the world. ceo mark zuckerberg posted these photos on his page. it's called open cellular.
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it can fit in a shoe box. it can be attached to a tree or street lamp and handle extreme weather conditions. lit connect up to 1,500 people in a six-mile radius. facebook plans to open source the designs and freely share them with the world. it estimates 4 billion people still don't have internet access. apple users can get a preview of the next iphone and ipad. they've released a public beta verse of the ios 10 software that will power in new devices. you can try it ot on devices tate day-to-daying back to the iphone 5, sixth generation ipad, ipod mini two, ipod hair or fourth generation ipad. some of the new features include maps that display temperature, the ability to replace worlds in a text with emojis and photos that recognize people and objects in a scene. the best golfers in the women's game return to the links in the south bay today. the hills of san martin provide the backdrop for the u.s. women's open and miriam lee
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treated fans to a show yesterday, shooting 8 under par, the best round at the u.s. women's open since 1999. not only are people excited about watching elite golfers, local businesses expect to make more money thanks to golf fans visiting from now until sunday. coming up, michael finney answers viewer's questions about hospital bills, collections and interest. >> new details this morning in >> new details this morning in the >> new details this morning in the i just picked us up 2 breakfast croissants for $4, when this bear attacked. with one swipe, it devoured one of the croissants.
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taking a live look at dallas this morning as there are still so many investigators on the scene. at this point, dallas police can't even say that they know how many people were involved in what appears to be a coordinated attack on their officers. five officers dead, seven more who were injured, two civilians injured. you can see what appeared to be markers of the shooting all over the streets of downtown dallas this morning. we are getting new details of the four-hour standoff between san francisco police and an armed man. police say his family actually helped to end that situation peacefully on wednesday.
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renata curvy the man's cousin. she and his nephew recorded messages that hostage negotiators played for the man. officers subdued the man with beanbag shots and flash blanks, but no gunfire. they have not named the man but he is in critical condition. curry says no one called her on the man's mother to tell them. >> they all had any phone number, okay. talked to my phone to his mother. so why couldn't they call me and tell me? >> curry tells abc7 news that her cousin is bipolar. she doesn't know how he got his hands on a gun. time for "ask finney." "a hospital bill i was paying was turned over to a collection agency. they are charging us interest each month. is this legal?" 7 on your side's michael finney has the answer. >> debt collectors can charge interest on debts they are collect bug they can't inflate debts, which means they can't charge more than the original
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contract called for. now, if you were actually paying off the debt, i would contact the hospital directly. they may have sent the account to collections by mistake and you might get a better deal sticking with the hospital. troy, good luck. if you have a question for michael finney, record it on your smartphone or tablet. head over the abc7news.com/askfinney or share on social with the #askfinney. you may see your question answered on abc7 news. this is new video out of new zealand. this restaurant employee either completely oblivious or ignoring a masked gunman who comes in. he walks up, the employee continues to serve another customer, though. the masked man eventually leaves the restaurant. he's like i guess this isn't working. >> that is customer service. >> police are still trying to identify the gunman. but, wow, all right. that tactic worked. we are going to come back with more on the breaking news out of dallas this morning where 12 officers have been -- were shot, two civilians also shot
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and five officers unbelievably dead from that mass chaos.
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breaking news just coming down out of washington, d.c. you are looking live at dallas right now, but we want to tell you about the u.s. capitol building and visitors center that is on lockdown after police received reports of someone possibly with a gun trying to enter the capitol. that's a live look right now. the house wept into recess while authorities investigate. no one is being allowed in or out at this time. of course we'll keep tracking that story, bring you updates as they come in, and send you push alerts on this as the investigation in dallas. good morning. i'm natasha zouves. >> i'm reggie aqui. we are tracking what's happening in dallas this morning. a lot of new information just in the past hour. let's go to abc7's jessica castro for the details. >> here's what we've learned in the past few moments. both the dallas police chief and the dallas mayor spoke out within the past hour saying a fourth suspect is dead and that police did kill him. cops used a bomb robot to bomb
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out that fourth suspect in a standoff that ended only a few hours ago. police told us what the suspect said during the standoff. take a listen. >> the suspect said he was upset about black lives matter. he said he was upset about the recent police shootings. the suspect said he was upset at white people. the suspect stated he wanted to kill white people, especially white officers. >> the police chief also went on to say the suspect stated he was not affiliated with a group, worked alone, and that eventually police would find ieds in the area. they have not found any of those. apart from that suspect, three other people are in police custody. and also new this morning, the number of victims has changed. 12 officers were shot and two civilians. among those, five officers are dead. the dallas mayor also says most of those officers who were hospitalized have now been released. earlier this morning the mayor also said there may still be
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other suspects out there, so they are operating this morning under that assumption. the investigation is now under way in the downtown area of dallas. also new this morning president obama pledged federal aid. that happened overnight. so a lot of changing information coming out of dallas and the situation there still fluid, still a lot of cops in the downtown area. back to you. >> thank you, jessica. so far one of the fallen officers has been identified. we are showing you officer brent thompson. he served as an officer for d.a.r.t. that's the dallas area rapid transit. cnn reports that officer thompson got married to a fellow officer just two weeks ago. 43-year-old is the first officer to die in the line of duty for d.a.r.t. since the agency was founded in the '80s. compared especially to what happened in dallas, last night things were actually fairly peace informal oakland. the one thing that really caused some trouble was the fact that as you can see hundreds of people walked onto interstate 880 in downtown oakland and they blocked all lanes of the
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freeway. that was for hours. of course this in response to the police shootings of african-american men in minnesota and louisiana. chp actually didn't get that freeway cleared until just after 1:00 this morning. we are learning that a caltrains sign board was set on fire during all this and also some other vandalism in the city. abc7 news reporter amy hollyfield has a live report on those protests in oakland and will join us in just a couple minutes. >> we have some drizzly weather. mike nicco joins us now. hi, mike. >> hey, natasha, reggie. still using the umbrella on the roof where the mist turns into drizzle every once in a while. once in a while it gets pretty heavy. we have enough to be measurable. the embarcardero is definitely wet this morning. had to use my wipers several times coming in. you may have to also. something to heed over the next couple hours as this drizzle will hang around until about 9:00, possibly 11:00 at the coast. one area we're seeing snipe but had drizzle earlier in walnut creek. 12-hour day planner, mid to
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upper 50s, but with the dampness out here and the winds it feels cooler than that. at noon we'll be at 50s at the coast, mid-60s around the bay, mid-80s inland. expect temperatures in the 50s, 60s, and 70s by 7:00. but it will be dry. how about the commute, sue? so far so good, some light areas and a couple heavy spots too. down the san ramon valley from walnut creek into dublin just under 15 minutes. 101 from santa rosa all the way to san francisco about 50 minutes. and highway 17 coming from highway 1 at the coast to half moon bay all the way up or i should say santa cruz up to los gatos, looking at a hair over 20 minutes. >> thank you so much, sue. 880 is back open this morning after demonstrators in oakland blocked all lanes of the freeway. our local protest against police brutality was mostly peaceful, although really definitely left their mark. abc7 news reporter amy
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hollyfield is live in front of oakland police headquarters this morning for us. good morning, amy. >> reporter: crews are getting an early start on the cleanup process, natasha. they are getting rid of the graffiti left behind after last night's protest here at the oakland police department. there were some anti-police messages left behind. this wall had a message on it. it's now clean. you can see the front door did have red paint on it. that paint has been cleaned. but the glass is still missing, but they did board up the wall. crews telling me they want to get the graffiti while it's fresh and easier to remove it. but they say it was a little rowdy here at the police department last night. this is where protesters gathered and made demands for police before they headed over police before they headed over to the freeway. then they promised to shut it down, and they did.
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marching to interstate 880 and blocking it in both directions. traffic couldn't get through for five hours. protesters danced, set off fireworks, climbed on top of blocked big rigs, and also said some prayers. >> we say to all the people that we're with you. some of us are faith leaders. we repent for in times past not standing with those most attacked and vulnerable in this city, and we say that a new day has come. >> reporter: here's a look at damage done to the city streets of oakland. some businesses had their windows smashed out. police say they made one arrest. there is graffiti with anti-police messages throughout downtown so, the city does have some cleaning up to do this morning, and that process is already under way. but the protests did not turn violent. no one was hurt, and it is quiet out here now, just cleanup crews getting rid of evidence of what happened last night. and the freeway is open. you can see right there behind the cleanup crews, 880 is open.
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they got that reopened at about 1:00 this morning. live in oakland, amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >> those cleanup crews moving remarkably fast. thank you so much. some police departments are ordering their officers to pair up on patrols following the dallas shooting. the order is in effect in san jose as well as seattle and houston. law enforcement agencies across the country sending their condolences to dallas. san francisco police sent out this morning, expressing sympathy to those affected by the attack. >> oakland pd said our thoughts and prayers go out to dallas pd and their families. new details about the two police shootings wednesday that prompted these protests. it left two black men dead in louisiana and minnesota. last night there was another shooting in baton rouge. that injured three people. that shooting happened near the place where 37-year-old alton sterling was killed. police shot sterling while responding to a disturbance call about man with a gun.
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later wednesday night 32-year-old philandro castile was shot by police at a traffic stop. castile's girlfriend in the car with her daughter strooefing live. watch now as the governor apologizes to castile's girlfriend. >> i can't tell you how sorry i am for the terrible tragedy that has been forced on you and your family. >> i don't want you guys to be sorry. i want y'all to be more careful. >> we want justice! >> powerful exchange there. the fbi director says that that agency will likely get involved in that case. we are still getting new details on the dallas shooting into our newsroom. we've been spending out push alerts on the abc7 news app. enable push alerts and we'll send you the latest updates athey happen. today marks six years since protests broke out in the bay area over a man found guilty of involuntary manslaughter. he shot and killed an unarmed passenger named oscar grant in
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the early hours of new year's day in 2009 on the flat form of the flute vail b.a.r.t. station. he says he accidentally used his gun instead of his taser. he served a year of his two-year sentence. palo alto police are investigating a suspicious death inside a home in the southern part of the city. a family member found the victim around 7:ha last night on creek side drive. they are not saying how the person died. >> it's a very safe town. most of the crime that we have here is property crime based, violent crime is exceptionally rare, and something like this is also very rare. >> late last night detectives were waiting for a search warrant so they could go through the entire house. inspector for the alameda county d.a. is out of a job this morning. he's connected to an ongoing sex investigation we've been tracking for you. the d.a.'s office says rick arosco no longer works there. the 18-year-old prostitute celeste gwap said he sent her inappropriate texts in december
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with strong sexual innuendo. he was placed on administrative leave in the last month. she's had sex with more than two dozen law enforcement officers from around the bay area, some while he was underage. in south bay this morning a symbol of how much need there is for some families even in the heart of silicon valley. parents lined up overnight to get school supplies for their kids. abc7 news reporter matt keller is live in san jose. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, reggie. it's getting light out here so you can see how much this line has grown in the past hour and a half. it's now around the corner on alma and north first street in front of the sacred heart community service. these people are making sure they're first in line to sign up for the backpack giveaway. sacred heart says the need has increased. five years ago they distributed 2,100 backpacks. this year they have enough spots for 3,300. one man is here for his three kids. even if you make a lot of money -- >> i make really good money but still it seems like everything's going up and so i'm i'm always
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caught between a rock and a hard place. sacred heart has been extremely helpful. >> reporter: here's video from last year's give away. the students come from schools that do not have access to as many resources and support as those in more affluent communities. today is the only registration day. the giveaway will be august 12th. they still need to collect backpacks and supplies and money to buy backpacks and supplies. if you'd like to donate, go to our website, abc7news.com. live in san jose, matt keller, abc7 news. >> thank you, matt. let's get a quick check of your weather and traffic starting with mike nicco. >> hi, everybody. still pretty damp on the roof where i need the umbrella to keep the drizzle away. the u.s. women's open continues today down in san martin. 57 yigt now as they are teeing off. they just teed off at 6:30 and wrap up at 8:00. we'll hit 80 with sunshine at 3:00 and about 75 at 8:00 when we round up this round.
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giants baseball, diamondbacks and giants tonight. going to be cool at the park, mid to upper 50s, breezy, increasing clouds. look at your temperatures today. 60s in green sh, 70s in yellow,s in orange. warming trend sunday. we'll have the back half of the accuweather seven-day forecast next. we're looking at your overall traffic map for friday, july 8th. we have slow traffic, fairally typical out of the central valley but a moderate drive for about 35 minutes into dublin, pleasantton from tracy, slow traffic on highway 4. we have an accident partially blocking the middle lane west bound near bailey. traffic is now stacking up towards antioch. you're looking at about a 25-minute drive from antioch all the way into concord through all of this slow traffic here. and an accident in pacifica with southbound 101 lane blocked near manor. up next, a warning this morning for itunes users.
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how scammers are using the music and video service to get your money. we are tracking that breaking news out of dallas. the latest on the shooting and ♪
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back tracking breaking news. this is live overhead dallas where police continue to search for evidence right now following last night's shooting massacre. five police officers died after being shot by a sniper.
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that shooting broke out during what had been a peaceful black lives matter protest. police killed the suspected sniper and before that he spoke to a hostage negotiator. >> the suspect stated he was not affiliated with any groups, and he stated that he did this alone. >> much of downtown dallas remains sealed off at this hour. >> i do want to update you op other breaking news from the u.s. capitol. the lockdown has been lifted. there was a shelter in place for a little while. that has been lifted a couple moments ago. attorneys for the man accused of killing sierra lamar want the case moved to another county. she disappeared in 2012. her body was never found despite a massive search effort. prosecutors suspect antolin garcia torres killed her. his lawyers have filed for a change of venue because they say he can't receive a fair trial in
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santa clara county. more than 1,000 wendy's restaurants across the nation have been hacked, several right in the bay area. wendy's said hackers obtained card numbers, names, expiration dates, and the security codes, all that dating back to december. wendy's is offering affected customers a year of free fraud and identity restorative services. the bay area locations affected include san bruno, redwood city, pittsburgh, antioch, fairfield, and san jose. there is an important jobs report that just came out. we're wondering how that is affecting the markets. and snap chat being sued for being too sexy for minors. >> looift the nasdaq with that story and more. good morning, jane. >> good morning. we are opening in the dow above 18,000, so i do think and i'm hearing from some of the traders that feed me things throughout the morning there is a sense of relief, that it looks like at this point the dallas shooting not terrorism or isis related. also a jobs report out today that was better than expected.
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let's get to the numbers and talk about those jobs. the dow up about 150 points. we've got the s&p 500, nasdaq all solidly in the green the u.s. labor department says 287,000 jobs added in the u.s. economy last month. that's about 100,000 more than expected. we did of course have that nice rebound after the very weak jobs report that we got during may, the unemployment rate at 4.9%. the irs and police don't really take payment over the phone and itunes gift cards. that is the latest scam going around. as crazy as it sounds, some people are falling for it. if you or someone you know has sent itunes gift code cards to a scammer, let itunes know those cards are part of a fuad lent transaction. snap chat doesn't do enough to warn teens and parents about sexual content on the app. that's according to a lawsuit filed by mark geragos on behalf
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of a family. the terms of service warn users not to send sexually explicit messages but it doesn't warn they might encounter that content. live in times square, i'm jane king. back to you. >> thank you very much. so on this week so many terrible things have happened, i need a really good story. >> we have one for you, reg. >> i need someone to win this lottery, the seventh largest in u.s. history, someone who's extremely deserving and has a wonderful back story and gives me the warm and fuzzies. >> the megamillion jackpot has soared to $540 million, a cash value of $380 million. tonight's drawing will be the 35th since someone won, the longest stretch in the game's history. odds of winning 1 in 259 million. >> this which means there's still a chance. >> there's still a chance. >> mike nicco, you still have your umbrella out. it's not raining, raining, right? just heavy drizzle every once in a while?
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>> exactly. good way to put it. we have some drizzle down here. it's very wet up here. the embarcardero getting a little wet also. i have it as a precaution. san jose, 87 near the shark tank. you can see the low clouds there. a little drizzle is possible. clouds will linger this afternoon. not as much sunshine. it will be drier than this morning. our heaviest drizzle will be tomorrow morning. drier tomorrow afternoon and into the rest of the forecast. that will lead to a warming trend. winds 23 miles per hour. fairfield, south sea breeze once again. the entire bay will be under a small craft advisory. south of the bridge from 1:00 to 9:00. north of the bay bridge through 11:00, wind around 25 to 35 miles per hour. we have pretty much mid-50s on the peninsula expect for mep low park at 50 and woodside at 49. oakland 58 along with fremont. san jose 59. hook at all the 57s. antioch, livermore, san ramon, concord. and santa rosa at about 54.
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the clouds, notice by noon and into the afternoon hours we're still pretty cloudy from the richmond, san rafael bridge down to the san mateo bridge. that will keep our temperatures below average. a lot of mid to up eveper 70s ie south bay. mid-60s to mid-70s, cool to mild on the peninsula, kind of a brisk day at the coast with temperatures nearing 60. low to mid-60s downtown in south san francisco and sausalito. mid to upper 70s in the north bay. santa rosa northward, 80s there. look at the cloud cover keeping the east bay shore mainly in the mid to upper 60s. inland, upper 70s in the san ramon valley, highway 4 in the low to mid-80s. more drizzle tomorrow morning, cooler afternoon. drier sunday. not quite back to average. that will be monday when we get to the 80s to near 90 inland. mid-70s to near 80 around the bay and low 60s at the coast. summer's coming back. it will be pretty average. all right, sue. i they lot of folks are on vacation with the short workweek, fourth of july and all. light traffic conditions. this is 880 at 101 in san jose.
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the cars here on the left-hand side of your screen are moving in the northbound direction and moving quite nicely as a matter of fact. slow traffic through bay point and into concord, we have an accident middle lane here, causing about a 20-minute delay west bound on highway 4. over towards pacifica, fog here and an accident southbound 1 coming into pacifica before manor and it is blocking the slow lane. we are seeing slow traffic from 280 in towards pacifica as well. >> sue, thank you. just ahead, the seven things you need to know before you go. >> take us with you with the abc7 news app. we've been sending out push we've been sending out push
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at 6:54, here are the seven things you need to know before you go. one, officials say the suspect in a stand wauf law enforcement in dallas i don't ever night was killed by police. 12 officers and two civilians were shot during this attack. five dallas area police officers were killed. seven other officers and two civilians wounded. number two, we are learning more about one of the officers killed, this man, brent thompson. officer thompson served as an officer for d.a.r.t., dallas area rapid transit. the 43-year-old is the first officer to die in the line of duty for d.a.r.t. since the agency was founded in the 1980s. san francisco mayor ed lee has issued a statement on the dallas shooting saying we need
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to come together, have meaningful conversations about change, and work together towards peace. number four, in oakland about a thousand people protested against recent police shootings across america. marchers took their demonstration onto interstate 880 last night. about a thousand people blocked lanes for several hours. both directions of 880 reopened around 1:00 a.m. this morning. and they did have a ban on the big rigs heading through there and big rigs are still not allowed through there even though the road is now completely open. let's go to san jose and take a look at 87 where traffic is flowing lightly this morning. we have no major stalls or accidents for your commute. and number six, it's damp in many areas this morning but it will be dry this afternoon with more clouds out than we've seen the rest of the week. temperatures running well below average from 61 in san francisco, mid-70s to mid-80s around the peninsula and inland. and number seven, breaking news from the u.s. capitol.
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the building lock lockdown has been lifted. the capitol was put on lockdown after reports someone tried to enter the building with a gun. in the last 15 minutes, the shelter in place was s no longer in effect. abc7 news continues now, on facebook and all your devices. download the abc7 news app as we continue to send out push alerts with latest information out of dallas. >> and notifications on twitter and facebook as we get more information about the investigation. "good morning america" is coming up next.
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, ambush in dallas, snipers open fire on police taking aim from high above. >> shots fired. >> hitting 11 officers, at least five killed, some in critical condition. a mom trying to protect her children also shot. people running for their lives, ducking behind cars for cover. >> the incredible scene unfolding in what was supposed to be a peaceful protest against those fatal police shootings. officers surrounding one gunman who told them he wanted to target white people before he was killed by a police bomb. other suspects now in custody. >> all i know is that this must stop. >> the nation trying to make sense of it all.

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