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thousands of marchers behind me. a lot of these guys were bused in from the west bank to sell brat what israelis call jerusalem day, marking the day jerusalem was unified. >> reporter: but the u.n. and the rest of the community doesn't recognize the annexation in 1967. on tuesday palestinians will ramp up protests marking 1/2 fa day, the day after hundreds of thousands of palestinians fled. >> we will be watching for scattered protests across east lures let me and the west bank, but tomorrow is the big day to watch for fiery protests in gaza. molly hunter, abc news, jerusalem. let's check in with weather and traffic with first with mike nicco. >> look how everything is pointing due east. that's a pretty stout marine
layer. that's why temperatures today below average. we step outside, it's pretty cloudy out there, most of us not seeing the sunrise, 49 to 55 degrees. mid to upper 50s all through the accuweather 12-hour planner. mid 60s, a little brighter inland, still pretty gray around the bay and the coast for sure. below average with mid 60s at 4:00. temperatures, grab a coat, already by 7:00 flirting with the upper 50s to low 60s. let's see what's going on with the traffic. here is alexis again. >> we have a couple issues to talk about this morning including this one in east palo alto, northbound 101 before you get to university, a rollover crash before 3:00 this morning. most of that off on the right-hand side. we have emergency vehicles on the scene and they are partially blocking lane number four. we're still looking at green traveling conditions through the
area. i'll keep an eye on that. the richmond side of the richmond-san rafael bridge, just a few vehicles heading in that direction. light volume so far. finals for students at sonoma state university will go on as police investigate a fatal stabbing on campus. >> police have arrested a suspect. it happened just before 6:00 last night. the university was not put on lockdown. the suspect and victim are both described as males and college-aged. officials say they don't know whether they're students at sonoma state. grief counselors will be on hand to help students cope with what happened. a sheriff deputy is recovering from injuries he suffered at a confrontation at a sonoma car wash. officers were called to the jolly washer late yesterday morning on reports of an employee acting strange. investigators say the man pulled a gun and shot at an officer,
hitting one, with what they call snake shot. the suspect was quickly arrested. the injured deputy was taken to the hospital and is in good condition. three weeks until people in san francisco head to the polls to vote for their new mayor. over the weekend the race took an ugly turn when someone yelled racial slurs. it was caught on camera. abc's kate larsen has the story. >> we think y'all need to go home. consider this cell phone video shows a woman telling people at an event to go home. the event held at origin club is in supervisor london breed's district. >> we knew they were coming to disrupt. >> he's upset his attempt to discuss san francisco policy turned hostile, with this man yelling a racial insult at
supervisor kim. >> [ bleep ]. >> it was a very, very sad situation. it was very racist. >> as you see from the video i was inside asking a question. >> the executive director of non-profit new community leadership foundation. he's wearing the yellow jacket in the video. >> moving toward defending our community in the right way. >> it was kind of like a spark hit a firecracker. >> reporter: his organization has not endorsed a mayoral candidate. but they did voice concerns about leno and kim. he says the agitators are not members and breed was not involved in the rally. >> i did my best to contact james kim and our supporters to express our regret and sadness. >> what about the people saying go home? >> those were angry, frustrated community members. >> this is the time things get heated. >> we spoke to supervisors kim and breed about the incident. >> while ethnic-based slurs are
never okay, we have to acknowledge there has been a divide. >> i don't tolerate racism of any kind. people that support me, that support other candidates that unfortunately things have happened throughout the campaign trail. >> breed says she does not know the and staters, in san francisco, kate larsen. the man accused of being the golden state killer will be back in court as lawyers battle over sealed records that led to his arrest. the documents could provide more details about the dna techniques used to identify him as the suspect. dee anglo's attorney wants the judge to hold off making a decision until she reviews more documents. prosecutors say a different judge, the one who issued the warrants should decide. deangelo is accused of at least 12 murders and 50 rapes. >> flags at half staff following the unsuspected death of julius
tur mond. he just resigned from his post earlier this month. he didn't identify a reasoning to for stepping down, he spent seven years on the committee. the examiner praised him as a compassionate man. he was 52. >> tesla faces more questions after another crash involving one of its cars. police in south jordan ju tao was trying to find out if the feature was on when the career ended a truck. an apple engineer died in march after his model x hit a three-way barrier in mountain view. his auto pilot was engaged. last year two teenagers the
information. uber and lyft are being credited for a decline in dui arrests. there were 2400 fewer arrests two years after ride sharing started. a huge increase in lyft and uber drivers coming through checkpoints. san jose saw a 28% increase in dui arrests or 371 fewer arrests. in san francisco, 70 fewer arrests. that's a 14% decline. >> you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. let's talk about temperatures here in san francisco. running mainly in the low to mid 50s, from 51 in sunny side to the financial, presidio, crissy field, the marina and even excelsior, 53 degrees. here is a look at the bay bridge from south beach. it looks pretty cloudy out there
and it is. it's going to be cooler than average. ac may not be likely unless you get to the stop-and-go traffic. cool this morning, cool this afternoon and small craft advisory, let's see where it is. it's mainly north of the bay bridge. if you're coming in from the north bay or heading that way, watch for winds gusting up to 30 knots. from 2:00 this afternoon to 10:00 this evening, waking up cloudy at 56. sunshine by noon at the mid 60s, around 70 in the afternoon hours, back to 60 by 8:00. here is a look at what's going on in the east bay, cloudiness at 8:00. mainly sunny this afternoon. mid 60s, look at the temperatures drop off back into the upper 50s by 8:00. when i came in this morning for the first time, there weren't
very many cars on the road. let's find out from the expert. >> unfortunately we're off to a busy start here this monday morning. i want to take you to a new problem in oakland where we have a crash involving a semi and smaller sedan, southbound 880. i actually think it's a little further north of there before you get to the lake merritt area judging by where the red is. we have at least one middle lane blocked, not sure how many. we're waiting on more information from chp. i'll have an up debt in a few minutes. livermore, we have a crash on westbound 84 before you get to ruby hill in the clearing stages there. next traffic update coming up around 4:50. here is a scene b.a.r.t. riders are tired of seeing at the civic center station. b.a.r.t. police may be getting extra manpower to stop it. the warriors are in for a texas showdown in
afternoon hours when we hit 70 in yosemite, 59 in tahoe, that's when the thunderstorms are possible. only 77 degrees in sacramento. they haven't had a 90-degree temperature yet. i think the record is may 15th. here is a look at the accuweather seven-day forecast, a look at the thunderstorm chances, six days with the heaviest rain wednesday. >> apparently we weren't the only ones disturbed by a recent viral video. it showed people shooting up and appearing to be passed out on the hallways of the civic center b.a.r.t. station. >> abc 7 news reporter matt keller live in downtown fran with the new proposal. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, natasha. b.a.r.t. police say they're short about 30 officers. if they want these problem stations to be patrolled, they'll need to get help from san francisco police. you've probably seen this video from april it shows drug addicts
shooting up as commuters pass by at the b.a.r.t. station. farrell said it's a distinct possibility b.a.r.t. riders may soon see san francisco police patrolling b.a.r.t. stations. law enforcement and legal experts told "the chronicle," the problem cannot be solved with more officers. say most of the offenses result in a citation, not jail. rehabilitation programming are voluntary. at leaf one supervisor wants to try safe injection sites for the users. live in san francisco, matt keller, abc 7 news. a heads up for travelers going to san francisco international airport. starting tonight the air train light rail system will shut down from 8:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m. crews are starting work on a new station to link the train system to the grand vie yacht hotel
which is set to open next summer. the overnight air train closures are supposed to happen until june 15th. the airport will provide bus service to take people between the terminals and the -- the much anticipated series match-up between the warriors and rockets begins in houston. it's the start of the western conference finals. the team arrived in houston yesterday. for the first time in steve kerr's postseason coaching career, the warriors don't have home court advantage. golden state is looking to reach the nba finals for the fourth straight year. tip-off will be at 6:00. >> to share support you can donate blood and get a free special edition t-shirt. the blood centers of the pacific will give one of two shirts to those who donate on game days during the conference finals. the shirts will be at the six donation centers and the mobile blood drive. >> it's going to be a great game. very exciting. right, mike? >> i think so. i think it's one everybody has been waiting to see since the beginning of the season.
the de facto nba files is what we're calling it. >> then we can get to the caps. >> maybe. >> the celtics are great this year. >> even without their two best players. if you like the cool weather -- i know a lot of you like the gray and the morning mist. that's what we have just about all week. a look at walnut creek, you can see it's pretty quiet here. the clouds have moved in. morning may gray, it will be a brighter afternoon, but a lot like yesterday. clouds will hang around the coast. maybe a few will hang along the east bayshore, also the valleys, coastal valleys in the north bay, expect more cloud cover than normal. watch for morning drizzle a couple times this week. let's start with the cloud cover. all the way to the central valley. still hanging around the east bayshore along the coast. some of the north bai valleys,
it stays there until 4:00. it starts to make a push already to the east by 7:00. waking up tomorrow gray once again. upper 60s to low 70s in the south bay. mid to upper 60s for most of the peninsula. 62 in millbrae. barely upper 50s, mid to upper 50s al lodong the coast. mid to upper 60s and our fastest breezes through the north bay this afternoon. our last stop will be inland, low to mid 70s. my accuweather seven-day forecast, right now it looks like the best morning for drizzle will be wednesday, a slight warming trend saturday and sunday. here is alexis. >> want to head back to this crash in oakland, sounding like this is going to be a sig alert very shortly. not a great situation here on southbound 880 before you get to oak street. we have lanes three through five blocked right now. a crash involving a semi and a sedan. one driver is pinned in her
vehicle. heavy rescue on the way to the scene. hopefully those injuries stay minor. that's what they're reported as right now. chp making this a sig alert. likely will be there for at least 30 minutes. the backup will continue to grow. our only other slow spot is the cash lanes of the bay bridge toll plaza. no metering lights yet. everyone else moving through just fine. >> you can explore a new view of san francisco from above starting this summer. the chronicle reports a gondola is almost complete. sales force will operate the tram which will carry up to 20 passengers at a time and it's totally free. the transit hub in garden won't fully open until the summer. it remains closed for now. it will operate whenever the rooftop garden is open. i walked past this friday and for the first time saw the gondola mid air.
gamers rejoice, anyone tone dough bringing back a classic console. >> robot dog could soon be guarding your home. >> nintendo will rerelease its nes classic edition on june 29th. >> it comes with dozens of games, expect them to be sold and flying off shelves, price tag, $80. another release people have been waiting for. >> we showed you spot mini, the dog-like robot that walks itself, even opens doors. now the company says it will go on sale next year. no word on a price. amazon's popular assistant alexa is forcing new parents to make a change. >> the number of parents naming their kids alexa has dropped by 33% since the amazon smart speaker hit the market. the name hit its peak in popularity just before amazon released the device in 2016. >> a lot of accidental orders.
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the giants coming back home for a game at at&t park. if you're an educator and buy a special ticket, you get an embroidered book bag with the giants logo. for the rest of us, 58 dropping to 56. it will be breezy. be careful for that. chilly air will be in the park tonight. >> sounds good. thank you, mike. a brazen attack in colorado. police say a 5-year-old girl was bitten and nearly dragged into the woods by a black bear. they say the child went outside early sunday morning because she thought she heard a dog. her mother heard screaming, ran outside and saw a black bear dragging their daughter. she yelled at the bear which let the girl go. the girl is recovering in the hospital. a mishap that badly damaged an airplane in turkey. the wing of an asiana airlines jet ripped the tail off the
turkish jet. officials say the turkish jet didn't park where it was supposed to and was sticking into a taxiway. tens of thousands of coffee cans the commission says the lid can detach suddenly if it's missing an air valve. it includes medium and dark roast and decaf nated cans of illy coffee. more bad luck for steve win and his picasso paintings. christies pulled the painting after it show got damaged. no one is saying how the $70 million artwork was damaged. in 2006, he accidentally hit another picasso painting with his elbow leaving a hold in it.
it was restored and it sold for $150 million. the golden gate bridge, notice the cloud deck not sitting on the bridge. that could change. not a lot of fog out there. a lot of thick marine layer, low clouds. look what it does to our temperatures today, anywhere from two degrees below average, 65 in oakland, 72 in san jose, san francisco, if it was 6, that would be impressive. notice it picks up during the evening hours and calms down overnight and picks up again during the afternoon and evening hours. as long as we have that stout sea breeze, temperatures aren't going to be anywhere close to average the next several days. let's get a check of that morning commute and see what the hot spots are. >> not good in oakland. we have the sig alert on southbound 880 before you get to oak street, a crash involving a semi and a zsedan. it sounds like one of the drivers is still pinned.
just minor injuries so far. really taking most lanes away. only lane two is open. the backup continues to grow. you're down to just about 12 miles an hour through the scene. 580 is wide open. so far we have not heard if big rigs are permitted. that is our biggest issue. right now everyone else looking pretty good. westbound 92 across the san mateo bridge, we're slowly filling in. next update coming up after 5:00. tim cook is challenging graduating students to be fearless in fighting injustice and inequality. >> cook got a business degree in 1988, acknowledged significant social and political issues like climate change, gun violence and the me too movement. in a nod to apple founder steve jobs, cook challenged students to think different. >> from him i learned to never be content with the way that things are.
i believe this mindset comes naturally to young people and you should never let go of this restlessness. >> cook encouraged the grads to use technology to make the world a better place. >> it is a big day to get answers about the false, toxic soil reports at hunter's point. next at 5:00, details on a face-to-face meeting. a mother's day nightmare. surveillance video moments before a woman's baby is taken out of her arms in san francisco. a good neighbor comes to the rescue. >> folks on hawaii's big island still on high alert. find out why scientists think the volcano can erupt at any moment. the growing outrage after this video taco