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generating embers. we have coverage of the ongoing overnight firefight. we will take you to the scene in a moment but, first, we will focus on the embers and the wind. mike? it is gusty and you can hear it through the mike 15 and at mission bay right now, the temperatures are 61 and warm and the winds are from the north at 15-miles-per-hour gusting to 29 miles per hour so embers and smoke will be blowing out south along 280. the wind advisory is in effect until 8:00 and the santa cruz mountains in the north bay chest we have wins sustained from the northeast at 25 to 35 and we are getting gusts at 45 to 55 miles per hour. we have had several trees downed and power outages.
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from another vantage point it is breezy early and low-to-mid 70's and nearly 70 at the coast. hold on to the steering while. good morning, everyone, we have gusty conditions and i get to that in a moment. we have street closing in san francisco because of the fire at 4th street at mission bay boulevard. avoid that area. muni is not affected. normal schedule with. k.t. line. 5 miles per hour is the top speed on 101 morning and southbound. the east bay, though, tracy to dublin is 44 minutes westbound direction and highway four is loading up and 101 is busy from suspect ralph to san francisco.
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heaterring lights are turned on and traffic now is backed up out of maze. we start with continuing coverage of our developing news of a huge fire in san francisco's mission bay main. >> you can see the scene yesterday at the height of the flames with firefighters staying on the scene all night in case the destroyed condo building up construction collapsed and that is a worry. we have to worry about the embers and we are waiting for an update from the fire chief in san francisco and the mayor lee which will come in the next hour abc7 news reporter katie marzullo is at the scene. i have come from inside talking with the chief right now about the firefight and she says there hotspots. you can see the water being sprayed. there are hotspots and the flames are behind where there
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have been glass windows installed. in the spots where the glass windows are in place this is containing the hot spots. there are five engines and five ladder trucks. they will spray water on the hotspots until there are no more. no telling when that will be. the fire broke out around 5:00 and the construction workers left at 4:00 so they were not hurt. the fire was massive with flames shooting 50' to 100' in the air and parts of the building falling away. collapse is the concern. many portions have collapsed, but they have collapsed inward and imploded. we do not have suppression efforts in the collapse zone which is away from that area. >> the battalion chief says the collapsed zone is in place so they still have evacuations and we have watched and she has
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founded same thing. construction workers are showing up and being turned away if their sites are in the collapsed zone. last night the heat mandated everyone to stay away and now it is the collapse and the winds. the chief is saying the wind can fuel the hotspots that are still inside the building. and now abc7 news reporter matt keller has the impact on the neighbors would had to leave their homes. we have had people locking what is going on with the hotspots. we saw flames coming off the build behind where they are putting water on the building. they were concerned for the apartments cross the street being in that collapse zone. hundreds were ever advantage bitted yesterday including the
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entire east side of 4th street between mission rock and china basin streets and one resident watched from his mission channel apartment and the fire got worse before it got better. >> i am not terribly inconvene conferenced. they have opened up a channel on 3rd street. the biggest concern is a lot of construction is happening here so i would like to find out what happened and make sure it doesn't happen again. >> salvation army and red cross opened a shelter but no one showed up and many people say they were staying with friends and family and they served, though, 800 meals to emergency workers and many of the side streets are open to pedestrians but the cars are not allowed? some spots especially here on 4th street as they continue to put water on the building and we are going to keep updated and get that update from firefighters and police at 7:00.
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abc7 news viewers have sent us photo of the fire. this picture was shot at 7:00 last night as the happy was approaching oakland airport. this photo shows the huge plume of smoke with flames rising into the san francisco skyline. look at how the fire looked from san francisco bay: this was from a ferry boat on the way to alameda at 5:30 yesterday evening. you will notice a huge plume of smoke rising into the sky. if you have photos send them to us at we continue to follow the story on air as well as on-line if we get any new developments during the newscast we will bring them to you. our reporting continues on twitter@abcnews. facebook unemployees will
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return after an evacuation after san francisco police informed police about a possible threat and the officials at facebook evacuated the building. officers cleared the seen at 8:30 last night. investigators are calling the threat "not credible." >> the search if a missing flight is moving hundreds of miles. the flight headed east to the gulf of mexico of thailand and lopped back west and disappeared on the west coast of malaysia and the military cannot explain why they never discussed the change of course. >> the woman would was the face of the ntsb following the crash of asiana flight 214 at sfo is
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looking her post. ntsb chairwoman is leaving the agency. to become head of the national safety council. she has been there for a decade. she says she has seen the landscape of transportation safety improve dug -- during her tenure. she will focus on preventing accidental injuries and deathed at workplaces and homes. >> if you land at sfo it depends on the runway direction but it could be windy and choppy. >> bumpy. the gusts at sfo are 40 miles per hour the fastest around. we are only five at san jose and 6 to san carlos and 12 in hayward and 12 in santa rosa and everyone is at least 20 to 30 miles per hour and 36 in fairfield. we are around 50 in oakland hills so it has been noisy for a few bay area neighborhoods.
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in the upper 60's on the coast and low-to-upper 60's -- >> we have a hit-and-run accident, westbound 580, with quite a bit of traffic away from the altamont pass but it loosens up and then it is clear continuing westbound to dublin interchange. we have this downed power line blocking the roadways and we have had reports of down power lines and downed trees and branches is be careful on the roads. an accident with alleged argument of some sort and a couple of angry folks are punching each other because of the accident and traffic is
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getting by headed into fairfield. watch out for that and keep both hands on the wheel. >> coming up, tesla sales are halting in new jersey. >> do you want to tip your starbucks coffee maker but you don't have cash? there is an app for that. >> we are an hour away from a news conference on the huge construction fire in san francisco.
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latest in a few. >> we will tell you more of new details on the building destroyed with b.r.e. building the apartment complex called mb360. 155 firefighters attacked the flames. they have insurance and they believe the losses will be covered. >> you can get updates on the fire on twitter by following us. you can tweet us photos that could end up on air right here. palo alto tesla motors had to stop selling look tick car -- electric cars in new jersey after a defeat in the state after new jersey rules yesterday they will not allow the company to sell cars directly to consumers rather than beginning through dealers. tesla goes directly to consumers and they do not have a dealership network.
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they are blasting the new jersey governor chris christie saying they had a deal to allow direct sales. the spokesman for chris christie said they knew it was operating outside of state laws. starbucks has a new phone app where you can tip your favorite barista. right now all tipping is in cash and if you pay with credit or debit card cannot leave tip unless you have cash. ten million customers use the app and this has doubled in the last year. the ability to tip >> when we say digitally tipping, we really noon it -- we really mean it, digitally.
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>> the winds are at 30 to 35 miles per hour. try to stay out of it if you can. >> here is a look at live doppler 7 hd and all the dry air if you are having trouble talking, there is a lost pollen, a lot of dust and it is dry air. we have a mixture in the atmosphere with 48 in los gatos which is the cool spot and most of us in the low-to-mid 50's in the south bay and mountain view and cupertino at 58! 59 in danville and alameda. the cool spot is fair at 49. 55 in brentwood. 61 in san francisco and redwood city. here is a look from our camera:
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the trees show how much they are blowing this morning. that is the backdrop to talk about sunshine, dry humidity, calmer and significantly cooler tonight with the warmth coming through this weekend. my eyes are watering. low-to-mid 70's today with a few upper 60's long the coast. a week ago all the way down to the upper 30's in santa rosa and napa and 40 in livermore and fremont at 42 and everyone else in the mid-to-upper 40 and the high pressure shows again the strong ridge keeping us high and dry with the offshore breeze you can see we are eight to ten degrees above average and six to eight degrees above average on thursday and friday and we were stole shy of setting reports on saturday and sunday and we will be a little bit cooler for
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st. patrick's day monday and tuesday with temperatures become to average. no rain in the forecast. >> mike between your eyes and my vows it is misery. we have a now reported downed tree blocking the intersection between packer and 7th and it is affecting traffic and we have had other reports of downed power lines and trees in other areas of the bay area mostly in the north bay and east bay. as we take you over to san francisco, 4th is shut down between channel and mission bay because of the fire and the muni kt line is back to normal. if you are driving interest san francisco along 280 extension we are at top speeds headed into san francisco and 101 not a bad commute up to 80. back to the east bay, walnut creek, southbound, getting
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packed away from highway 4 to the 24 junction you are look at 14-minute commute. our coverage of the construction site fire in san francisco's mission bay neighborhood continues. we are talking about embers, fires burning and the fear of all that spreading, possibly, and talking about the fear of collapse all continues at scene along with the quick efforts to make sure there were no more flames. >> first, though, getting the coffeehouse taste without the coffeehouse price. "7 on your side" check out ways "7 on your side" check out ways to get a perfect cup ofge defyig firming + lifting makeup our multi-benefit innovation. skin feels tighter. expression lines look more relaxed. 3x hydration... ... beautiful coverage. 93% of women saw noticeably improved skin. radiant. rejuvenated. revlon.
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you are looking at live pictures of the inferno in san francisco's mission bay area as the high-rise under construction with flames continuing to burning with hotspots continuing to break out and embers, little specifics, being picked up by the wind and being carried. that is a concern they have and they are putting water on the fire but they cannot get to all of them. they are still concerned about a collapse and a news conference will begin at 7:00 this morning.
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at arty's, too. >> morning news continues at 6:30 with the top story. >> the flames are still burning in spots and the firefight continues after the five alarm fire in the mission bay neighborhood of san francisco. >> good morning from the roof where the gusts are from 30 to 35 miles per hour and faster at sfo. i will let you know when this is going to subside and the big warming trend that is coming this weekend in the seven-day forecast. c.h.p. issued high wind advisory will take you 18 minutes to cross the water on the bay bridge but i have closings in san francisco because of the fire. stay tuned.
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live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. thanks for joining us, i am kristen sze.
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i am eric thomas. we are over the fire in the mission day neighborhood in san francisco that destroyed the building that still has embers. we will look at the weather forecast. mike? we are on the roof and winds at 30 to 35 miles per hour. i have seen debris flying by but not too much. there are no pebbles. the tape is not holding. now, in all seriousness to the south at mission bay the winds are 15 miles per hour and gusting to 29 miles per hour. the temperatures are 61 degrees right now. high wind advisory continues. it has been a dangerous night with trees downed and the fastest gust is 59 miles per hour in berkeley hills to 49 at half moon bay at the airport.
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santa cruz mountains and the north bay coast not in the high wind advisory and hopefully by 8:00 we will see the winds subside. it will be breezy this afternoon. the temperatures are in the 50's and 60's and we will be in the 70 for better part of the afternoon and touching that at the coast from time to time. a lot of wind and issues with traffic. when you are driving along anything high profile keep both hand on the wheel and slow down the speeds, as well, because that can push big rigs back-and-forth and this can be the issue we had on westbound 580 it was reported a hit-and-run accident but maybe the gusts are strong enough to push the big rigs from side to side so be careful. in san francisco we have a street closing at mission bay boulevard because of yesterday's fire and the muni is become to normal along with the kt line of
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muni. 101 is clear. in rich monday we have an accident involving an airport sugar land with carlson on-ramp to westbound 80 with lanes blocked until further notice. continuing coverage right now on huge construction fire in mission bay. yesterday we could see the raging flames ripping through the condo building that was nearly done as far as completion abc7 news reporter matt keller will tell us about the impact on the neighbors but, first, katie marzullo, and where the firefight stands. >> >> i talked with the battalion chief and where you can still see the ladder truck they have five ladder trucks and she says there are still hotspots and flames and they will continue to
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douse the hotspots until they are out but no guess when that will be. overnight, it speaks to what an intense fire it was where so many trucks out here in year spots and a gas truck had to drive around and refuel the fire engines. the fire itself is massive breaking out at 5:00 a.m. with construction workers said this was a six-story apartment building up construction and the workers last at 4 and the fire broke out at 5:00. flames shot into the air 50 to 100 feet by some estimates and parts of the building were falling to the ground, a very dangerous situation which still exists. >> it is surrounded by scaffolding system which is if tact but it was affected by the heat and the integrity of the structure is marginal. this is the point from sky 7
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last night with the flames still in place. the chief told me this only they have set up a collapse zone to keep everyone out of harm's way and they do not know what the future hold. the fire department says they will have a news conference with the chief this morning at 7:00 and we will be there for that and help to get a lot of new information on this ongoing firefight. we will check now with abc7 news reporter matt keller. >> matt has been following the impact on the people that live near the fire. >> many are checking out the damage. hooped me are several apartment building across the street from the fire. the firefighters said, one, they are concerned about a possible collapse across the street into the apartments. two, they will not let anyone back in the apartments until they stop putting water on the building. the least side of 4th street mission rock and china basin
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street were evacuated and the salvation army and red cross responded taking care of emergency workers handing out 800 meals. a neighbor watched the fire from his apartment. >> it is sad. what i am most struck by is the bravery of the firefighters trying to control the blaze. many were let interest their apartments by police and firefights to get pets and belongings but they were forced to leave. many were staying with friends and family. the red cross opened a shelter but no one showed up so necessity closed it. the red cross is still available if you are impacted by this fire give a call. traffic is picking up, and 4th street is blocked off around the fire. many of the inlet streets that go into 4th are blocked off to cars but previouses are allowed to walk in.
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the cardiovascular research building will re-open after debris from the fire starts a small fire on the roof. several billings were evacuated as a precaution as debris from two blocks away rained down. a fire ignited in a rooftop garden on the cardiovascular research building and an engineer doused the flames. >> the address -- grandson -- grass was burning and the officer and myself doused the fire. >> i was raining ash and chunks of fire. i saw the balcony of the cardiovascular was smoking. >> ash covered cars and sidewalks. we continue to follow this story on air and online. if we get any new developments we will bring them to you with
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continued reporting on twitter. a baby stops breathing in the middle of a cross country flight and the midair resolution key to save -- midair rescue to save the passenger. >> this is a picket of some of hotspots and flames, and embers still going destroying hundreds of apartments under construction in san francisco with crews still on the scene. this is a look at flags across the street on the ferry building with 30-miles-per-hour gusts mike has been telling us
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on the roof i property out this object which is showing 20 to 25 knots showing you how breezy it is. from mount tamalpais we are showing 30-miles-per-hour gusts overnight. temperatures today are eight to ten degrees warmer-than-average. as far as the winds are gusting, theying blowing straight at you to the high country gusting up to 70 miles per hour at the highest level and the highest peak mostly around 40 miles per
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hour. nearly 80 in los angeles and palm springs and 70 in san diego. my seven-day forecast for lake tahoe is born dry and record highs on saturday and sunday in the 60's. wewe will send it over to leyla gulen for the traffic. as we take you to the north bay we have plenty of traffic through southbound 101 and to add to the company we have a new accident southbound 101 at washington street. nap miles per hour is the top speed as you approach highway 116. in san jose the drive also is starting to snarl and 101 between the 280 and 680 split to the nimitz, it is a slow drive but the rest of san jose is maintaining the accident-free state and southbound along 10167 miles per hour and clear on 280 and 85 not a problem and a look outside: macarthur maze shows the camera bouncing up-and-down an indication of heavy wind
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conditions with traffic loading up as you make it to the maze. it is 6:42. a medical emergency thousands of feet in the air involving a small baby and a rescue to bring the young passenger to safety. >> a bigger paycheck and what could lead to new overtime pay for million of americans who do not get it now. >> we have new details on the inferno in san francisco in mission bay with the embers still blowing.
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covering novato, oakland, sunny veil and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> it is 6:45. these are pictures of the san francisco firefighters putting water on the hotspots at the high-rise under construction. you can see there are multiple spots and with the embers and fanning of the flames this is a dicey situation so firefighters will. on the scene. viewers have been sending videos and photos of the mission bay
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fire. this is from adam p. -- well, we will tell you that there is going to be a news conference later this morning. in colorado, in continue verify area, breaking news, this is a police chase involving this minivan, a person carjacked the van, forced the two people inside to get out and drove off. we have been watching this for 10 or 15 minutes and there have been dramatic close calls driving the wrong way on the freeway, barely missing. head-on crashes and we saw police lying to put spike strip down and halt this but, instead, they threw it under the wrong car and and now the vehicle has blown top signs and gone through the stoplights. you see the police are now behind them and trying to
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federal government how to bring to to an end without anyone somehow this began with a suspect taking a car that had a four-year-old child inside and abandoning that car and stealing this. this has been one nerve wracking chase where everyone involves -- police and us watching -- as the driver is taking extreme chances. >> another nerve wracking story, quit thinking passengers on a usa airways flight are credited for saving a baby's life after the child stopped breathing on a flight from phoenix to tampa. two passengers rushed to help after baby started pushing purple. >> we were told this would be an
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emergency landing and everyone was invested and we her the baby cry it was...a teary moment for everyone. >> a huge sigh relief and the plane touched down in houston and the baby was taken to the hospital. no word on the child's condition 12 nations are now involved in the search for a missing malaysia airlines jet leaner with 42 ships and 39 aircraft scouring 27,000 nautical miles. vietnam is scaling back their efforts until malaysian authorities have better information on where to look. it vanished with 239 people on board. the airlines says they areth having the co-pilot for possible safety violations. the dow is down 77 points to
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16274. president obama is expected to issue a directive to require employers to pay overtime to more salaried workers. right now businesses are not required to pay overtime to salaried workers who 18 more than $455 a week. the white house is expected to order the labor department to raise that salary threshold to help workers like fast food shift supervisors are convenience store managers who work more than 40 hours a week without getting any overtime. republic opponents say the employers will lower the wages to compensate. >> the winds making it difficult for firefighters in the mission bay area and challenging for mike nicco on the roof. >> it is blowing hard up here. i have had to shelter because it is blowing out fast. here is live doppler 7 hd: it is
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dry. as far as what is going on temperature-wise, we are gusting to 40 at sfo and 37 in oakland and the fastest winds are around sfo and east bay hills for the better part of the overnight hours and we have the fast gusts up to 59 in the berkeley hills and temperatures are from 47 up to 62 in pleasanton and temperatures are all over the place but mostly in the mid-50's if you take out the extremes. up to 61 in san francisco and napa and 49 in fairfield for the cool spot. emeryville is bouncing around dealing with the fastest wind during the note and sunny and winy early and then it will be dry and humid and warm. clear, calmer and cool and the warmth weaks this weekend. mostly low-to-mid 70 from half moon bay through the rest of the bay shore and inland. tonight, upper 30's are possible when the winds calm down and
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low-to-mid 50's into the south bay and money 40's for the bay shore and to the coast. the areas are high pressure shows a calming influence today and offshore wind will bring us temperatures warmer-than-average through next week. it will be dry each day. it will be nice for st. patrick's day on monday. driving high-profile vehicle you need to be careful. we have downed trees and big rigs swerving in and out of lanes because the gusts are so strong. we will look what is happening across our bridges starting with richmond and san rafael with active cars pulling to the toll plaza at only 13 minutes to head across the water. the bay bridge toll plaza shows
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traffic backed up from the maze with c.h.p. issued high wind advisory moving into san francisco. keep both hands on the wheel. here is the san mateo bridge, 14 minutes to make it to the peninsula but it looks dark, and the lights are out on the bridge so be definitely. it doesn't appear to affect traffic with no reports of accidents and a report of an accident on the off ramp that is pushed offer to the surface street. >> seven things to know before you go. stay ♪ they lived. ♪ they lived. ♪ they lived. ♪ (dad) we lived... thanks to our subaru.
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♪ (announcer) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. we follow the case in the denver, colorado area. you can see a minivan that was carjacked by a suspect who is driving on the freeway the wrong way on the shoulder forcing people east roads at speeds probably at 100 miles per hour just zooming along. the local station is following
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this with the helicopter and police are trying to use spike strips. it began with the theft of one scar with a four-year-old child in the back which was abandoned in favor of this van and the child is okay. he are seven things to know before you go: firefighters in van continue to pour water open hotspots this morning after a massive fire engulfed a building being built in the mission bay neighbor. some are not allowed back into their apartments yet with an update shortly. >> police say a threat that forced the evacuation of facebook campus was determined not to be credible. employees were held 90 minutes until officers cleared the scene and police have not disclosed any details of the possible threat. >> suspect arrested in connection with a shooting of a san francisco police officer is said to be arraigned this afternoon. jeffrey ruano was arrested in san jose on saturday.
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investigators are trying to determine if he shot the officer and that officer is expected to recover. the mystery of malaysia airlines plight is in the fifth day but in sign of plane or crew. 12 nations are of involved. >> 13,000 health care workers will vote today on there to authorize a strike. thedown workers are upset with the prepare -- proposal to send hospital workers home when the patient load is low. >> up to 29 miles per hour and a temperature of 61 at mission bay and humidity is 23 percent. the wind gusts are around for the better part of the commute with the fastest continuing in the east bay, the bay shore, the peninsula coast and the north bay with gusts up to 59 miles per hour. that is severe thunderstorm
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threshold. breezy early and sunny and temperatures are going to be warm at 70 at the coast and low-to-mid 70's for the prosecute of the week the still breezy in the afternoon but not so dangerous through 8:00 this morning. a look in san jose which is loading up and the drive into cupertino will take you seven minutes and in san francisco we have the street closings because of the fire on 4th street between channel and mission bay boulevard. >> we will see you in 25 minutes.
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good morning, america. brand-new details coming in at this hour on the vanished jumbo jet. the e-mailed clue from an oil rig worker who might have seen a burning plane in the sky. we learn the pilot's last words. as malaysian officials try to decipher a radar image off that coast. confusion rains in what is a truly a world-wide mystery. temperatures plunge from 90 degrees back to freezing cold as winter makes a fast return, blizzard conditions, cars spinning out in chicago. ginger tracking that developing snowstorm now headed for the northeast. breaking now in the trial of oscar pistorius, the evidence on display. from the bathroom door riddled with bullets to the cricket bat that he used to strike it open. the most crucial day so far for the prosecution. ♪ i got a feeling ah, remember that feeling. those awkward second


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