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i'm tom steyer and i approve this message. now at 5:00, security video shows people coming and going from a hayward airbnb right around the time of a deadly shooting outside. what police revealed about the victim and the changes the city is now considering. and give yourself a little bit of extra time if you're hitting the road this morning. scattered showers are making for slick conditions and mike is telling us when an even bigger system is set to move in. good morning. it is tuesday, january 14th. >> you're never more than seven minutes away from the accuweather forecast. here is mike. hi, everybody. look at this. around san ramon, also livermore, pleasanton, 84. 680 the sunol grade down to fremont, wet with a light shower right now.
that's one of the last showers out of a system that still has the potential for some more the scattered showers as we head into the afternoon hours. you look to our north in eureka, it's a bit cloudy and damp. one of our highest amounts. we're in the 40s this morning with slick streets out there. an isolated shower possible the rest of the day, the low to mid-50s. the best chance along the coast. it will clear out and be cold, in the mid-40s by 7:00. >> thank you, good morning. we are checking in with mass transit. everything is getting under way. the ferry is running on a winter schedule. b.a.r.t. has 11 trains all on time. ace 1 and ace 3 are on time at the moment. hopefully it stays that way for you. a slight slowdown as you head across but nothing major. the richmond/san rafael bridge
looking clear. our drive times here, walnut creek to dublin, 13 minutes. highway 1 to los gatos 22 minutes. reggie and kumasi. we're following breaking news. we're pressing to get more information on what had been a heavy police presence in san jose. officers cleared the scene. reporter anser hassan is getting answers. he tells us no officers were hurt. a live update at 5:30. and developing news, the city of hayward may consider new regulations after a deadly shooting. neighbors tell us there was a party going on inside sunday morning when someone opened fire. abc 7 news reporter amy hollyfield is live with more. amy? >> reporter: this is hayward's first murder of the year and has them questioning airbnb rentals and whether they need to put
more into place for short-term rentals. a lot of activity at the house, cars at the rental house at the time of the shooting early sunday morning. they say there was a party going on in hayward. now there is a memorial in front of the home where the shooting happened. neighbors say there have been parties before on the weekend. the house is pretty quiet during the week. no arrests have been made. no motive for the shooting has been given. police say the shooting was not random. they don't believe the victim -- they do think the victim was likely targeted. >> there is no indication there is any threat to the public. we want to make sure our community knows that. >> reporter: airbnb put out this statement, our hearts break for the victims of this violence and for all impacted by this tragic incident. we are outraged by the reported behavior and are in contact with
the police department to offer our support. unauthorized parties are not permitted on airbnb. we have removed the booking guest from our community. the mayor of hayward says the city doesn't have any regulations about short-term rentals. it is something she says they are going to have to look into. reporting live, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. thank you, amy. these men are wanted in the north bay for a home burglary. a neighbor saw them trying to break into a home. they ran off after that neighbor yelled at them. police believe the same group broke into a house a short time later near san rafael. now they're believed to be driving an older model black mercedes with tinted windows. new this morning rv dwellers will soon have a safe place to park. last night the city council approved a pilot program at participating churches. religious organizations would have to apply for a permit for rv dwellers. rvs would be allowed to park there anytime between 6:00 p.m.
and 8:00 a.m. the program will connect people to permanent housing. governor newsom is currently on a weeklong tour of california in an effort to alleviate homelessness. he started to promote his billion dollar plan. >> $650 million of emergency grants, more money than ever has been distributed to cities and counties in the regions in california's history is going out as we speak. a homeless task force that newsom appointed wants to allow the state to sue cities that fail to reduce the homeless population. doing that would require amending the state constitution and voters would have to approve it. the tour continues with stops in the inland empire, los angeles counties, central valley and bay area. the last democratic debate before the iowa caucuses takes place tonight in des moines and it comes amid explosive new allegations between two of the top candidates. elizabeth warren is accusing bernie sanders of saying a woman couldn't win the presidency.
here is report er corinna mitchell. >> reporter: they may agree on many things but one thing they don't see eye to eye on is who can win the 2020 presidential election. warren alleging he told her in a 2018 meeting he didn't think a woman could win the white house. in a statement she says among the topics that came up was what would happen if democrats nominated a female candidate. i thought a woman could win. he disagreed. overnight on cnn a sanders senior campaign adviser denying the comment. >> clearly bernie sanders did not say that a woman could not win. clearly is not what he said. >> reporter: the friction beginning days earlier after a separate report claiming the campaign circulated talking points that criticized warren for being a candidate for the elite. >> i was disappeared hearing bernie is sending his volunteers out to trash me.
>> reporter: sanders is not denying the report but saying it's a view he doesn't support. >> we have hundreds of employees. elizabeth warren has hundreds of employees and people sometimes say things they shouldn't. >> reporter: the one thing the two agree on is is he feeting donald trump. quick to lash out at mike bloomberg who criticized efforts to dismantle the affordable care act tweeting mini mike bloomberg is spending a lot of money on false advertising. i was the person who saved pre-existing conditions in your health care. bloomberg firing back saying glad to see you're watching our ads. i know management isn't your strong suit so perhaps you don't know your justice department supports a suit that would undermine protections for pre-existing conditions. now heading into what should be a lively debate tonight, health care is a key issue for democrats and the same national poll shows joe biden leading followed by sanders and then
warren. karina mitchell, abc news, new york. a popular san francisco attraction that had to close down about a decade ago could be one step closer. they will discuss approving a lease at broadway and the embarcadero. performances for more than ten years on piers 27 and 29 but forced out in 2013 to make way for america's cup and then a cruise ship terminal. a plan to ex planned mineta san jose international, a new concourse, a parking garage with 5,000 spots and a hotel. our partners at the mercury news report the additional pollution is a real concern. snow is falling in the sierra.
a winter weather advisory went into effect. feet of snow expected later this week. to our snow and weather expert, mike nicco. much heavier later on. at 5:09 this morning we have a winter storm watch for 6:00 a.m. thursday. about 22 hours of heavy snow, one to three feet possible down to at least 3,000 feet. we have a shower moving through heading to the east/southeast and will head to the altamont pass, daly city, pacifica, half moon bay about to get wet by a light shower, also. just some random light showers out there. it's pretty damp, mid to upper 40s, as you look around we have 50s around oakland, san francisco and pacifica. sfo about .05 of an inch of
snow. mainly dry during the day. breezy on the bay. let's take a look at what's going on in the north bay. 50 at 11:00. as far as the east bay, 49 at 9:00. low to mid-50s, 11:00 to 5:00. you will need the sunglasses from time to time today. it will hang out at 7:00 in san francisco. 50 to 53 degrees the rest of the day. more on that big storm thursday next. here is jobina. good morning, everyone. we're going to start off with a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. the toll plaza is stacked up. metering lights are not on yet. it will take 12 minutes to get across the bay bridge if you are heading westbound right now but that is after you get through the toll plaza to be clear. a live look at the san mateo bridge as people move to the peninsula. not seeing any major slowdowns. drive times here, antioch to hercules, 26 minutes. highway 85 to the san jose airport, a seven-minute ride.
there are slick conditions. i want to get to a three-car crash we're following in san jose, out past 11th street. it doesn't look like injuries reported. two lanes are blocked right now. reggie and kumasi? the seven things you need to know as you start your day. kept saying my leg is stuck. my leg is stuck. video captures a speeding van crashing into a canal in the east bay. the rush to save the driver inside. people in the bay area pitching in to help animals impacted by the wildfires in
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it is 5:13. here are the seven things to know before you go this morning. number one, we're pushing to get more details on what was a heavy police presence in san jose overnight. officers just cleared from the scene on blossom hill road near highway 85. a live update at 5:30. police are investigating a deadly shooting. airbnb says they have removed the booking guests. officials are taking a closer look at regulations. it comes amid explosive allegations from elizabeth warren accusing bernie sanders of previously saying a woman could not win the presidency. number four, this morning's commute will be damp due to
showers overnight. thunderstorms on the way, also. we are looking at a three-car crash blocking two lanes at the moment. southbound 280 before mclaughlin avenue. the lsu tigers are your college football champs beating the clemson tigers 42-25, to cap off a dream season for heisman trophy winner joe burrow who finishes the best season for a college quarterback of all time. number seven, "jeopardy's" greatest player of all time may be crowned tonight. ken jennings has won two rounds. if he wins again, he's the champ. you ca watch the greatest of all time tournament tonight at 8:00 only here on abc 7. 5:15 this morning. dramatic video shows the moment a car plunged into a canal in pittsburg. the woman taking this video pulled over, jumped into the canal along with two other men
to try and help. here is a closer look. you can see a red van speeding on leyland road. another driver says he nearly hit her and was weaving. she pulled out her phone. the vehicle pulled to the right, went off the road and crashed landing in the water. >> she's still stuck in the van and we were holding her head above the water. she kept saying my leg is stuck. everyone was helping so we kept holding her head above water. and then we kept on trying to pull her out and then she got out. luckily everybody made it out of the water and no word on why the woman was driving eradically. a bird's eye view in san leandro. this happened right after interstate 580. the sideshow blocked the intersection for a few minutes leading to traffic backups at
the freeway exit and the on ramp. the chp eventually broke that up. no word if anyone was arrested or ticketed. abc 7 news is focused on change that could help build a better bay area. in chinatown leaders have launched a program to reduce crime while drawing in more customers. it includes discounted parking. the parking garage now offers $3 parking with validation from participating merchants. $3 in total, not an hour this rate is good anytime after 5:00>> tim:. >> this will boost our nighttime economy. they can park in the garage at a very low rate and don't have to worry while they're shopping, dining and eating in chinatown. >> parking in a garage can prevent car burglaries and robberies. even without validation the plaza will only charge a maximum of $8 in the evening.
stitch by stitch, people in the bay area are taking part in an effort to comfort animals devastated by the wildfires, creating pouches and wraps to warm and comfort marsupials. the oakland zoo provide this had video and is leading the effort. wildfires are blamed for killing 26 people and an estimated 1 billion animals leaving many babyorphaned. they need that pouch for comfort and support like you would want to swad a human child. they need that comfort to grow up in and be carried around in. >> the zoo is asking people to donate pouches it will then send to australia on friday. my home ec teach her to finish my projects for me. it was that bad. >> maybe we can order some. >> that would work out better for everyone.
hi, mike. >> that's what it's all about, the marsupials. walnut creek, a look as we look south on 680. .06 of an inch of rain. partly sunny. much cooler. some fog and frost, patches of those will develop tonight and a soaking storm for thursday. a look at today's temperaures. 54 in antioch. napa, richmond, san francisco. 54 in san rafael. tonight look at all these low to mid-30s in the north bay valleys. you can see all the gray there, some fog that will develop tonight while the rest of us are in the mid-30s to mid-40s. 4:00 thursday morning. a chance of thunderstorms just about in every neighborhood in the bay area. showers and light rain in the
north bay for the evening commute and it becomes heavier with moderate, even downpours this is a band of steady, moderate to even heavy rain, red, moving through the north bay. a lot of us are getting up and ready for work and school and you can see the heaviest of the rain moving through the bay area. it's in the east bay and the south bay and by 9:00 we're transitioning over to lighter rain and scatteed showers as we head into the afternoon and evening hours. a half inch to an inch of rain that will fall in a six to eight hour window. i'm worried about ponding on the roadways. a break friday after the fog and then light showers saturday. but look at that. 60 sunday. i sure like it here, don't you,
jobina? yeah. when i watched them play the seahawks, i was looking at that weather. no, no, thank you. good morning, everyone. happy tuesday to you. a live look at emeryville, 80, all the headlights moving to the maze. metering lights came on at 5:14 this morning. it will take you about 12 minutes to get across the bridge. a live look at 280. still slick conditions because of the rain. take your time. walnut creek to dublin. moving down to san jose right now a slowdown because of a three-car crash. this is 280. the speeds around 18 and 35 miles per hour in the area. reggie and kumasi? 100 people could be without a job soon. the closure impacting dozens of workers.
here is a look at the rainfall through 4:30 thursday. mainly in the north bay. then look at that, in that four and a half hour span, the rest of us get the heavy rain, up to two-thirds of an inch. a very tight window of very heavy rain will cause a lot of problems on our roadways. in fact, that's my number one storm concern, ponding on the roadways. spinouts. some downed trees and power lines near the coast and up in the hills. now as far as the game sunday, sunshine, passing cloud and about 60 at levi stadium. looks great. thank you, mike. a man who met his wife on "the bachelorette" is talking about a new battle with his health. j.p. rosenbaum was diagnosed with a rare immune system
disorder. abc's kenneth moton has the details. >> reporter: in this morning's first look a "gma" exclusive. >> j.p. said he wasn't feeling right. >> reporter: one of "the bachelorette's" biggest success stories. >> j.p., will you accept the last and final rose? >> reporter: they found love on the show, had two kids and a happy life. but then -- >> woke up the next morning and walking was hard. i couldn't put on socks, i couldn't get dressed. i couldn't turn on the shower. >> reporter: struck down by a rare medical condition. >> stomach bug the week before over thanksgiving. an illness that i had prior, the antibodies fighting that illness looked at my nerves turned on my nerves and started attacking my nerves. >> reporter: doctors diagnosed it. the couple is sharing all, their lowest moment, his road to recovery and message about his rare condition. with this "gma first look," abc news, new york.
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true. >> look at me moving my muscles. i thought that would help. good morning on this tuesday, january 14. >> we'll get to that story in a minute because we know you want to know. first we need to check in with mike. >> i want to know after i killed myself at the gym yesterday. we have a light shower, even a wintry mix and look at this moving through the san bruno gap, right over sfo and burlingame. you can see california boulevard. we have a light showers and this is going to continue sliding down the peninsula. 6:14 san jose. in between it will hit all the cities on the way. a look at the light rain. patchy fog and showers through the morning hours. low to mid-50s this afternoon. and then clearing and cooler mid-to upper 40s by 7:00. jobina? thank you, mike.
the ferries are running on a winter schedule. b.a.r.t. all on time. ace 1 and 3 are also on time this morning. a live look in walnut creek. a smooth ride. yesterday it was getting really packed around this time of the morning. san rafael, a nice clear ride. we are getting reports in from the chp of slick conditions on the roads because of the rain. be careful out there. we have san francisco to sfo a nine-minute ride. highway 85 to the san jose airport, a 12-minute ride there. it looks much better. this three and car crash. my guess is it will clear up in a few minutes. a heavy police presence in san jose. >> streets are finally open. abc 7 news reporter anser hassan is there gathering more information.
>> reporter: good morning, guys. rielly court finally open after about 45 minutes ago. it had been closed off for almost five hours having residents blocked inside. this is officers taping off the area. there is very little information at this time. what we're told is chp officers were involved in a chase along highway 101. why it ended up on city streets is still under investigation. i spoke to a neighbor as she was leaving for work. she didn't want to talk on camera but said it had been quiet. san jose police may have also been involved in some police activity near velasco drive. we don't know if the two incidence are related. we have reached out to police and chp and will bring you updates throughout the rest of the morning.
anser hassan, abc 7 news. breaking news at the live desk. officials made arrests over the ukrainian airliner shot down killing all 176 people onboard. a spokesman said several were arrested but is unclear how many people or what their roles may have been. over the weekend iran said its military accidentally shot down the jet saying it was caused by human error. a special court should be set up to investigate and punish those responsible for shooting down the plane. kumasi? thanks, jobina. in the east bay a group of mothers living illegally in a west oakland home has until the end of business tomorrow to leave. >> more than 100 people gathered in support of the women. >> the rent, the rent is too damn high. the timing of the crowd seemed to coincide with a rumor that a locksmith showed up and deputies were on their way. several homeless mothers and their children have been living in the magnolia street home
since november. they moved in without permission when it was vacant. on friday a judge ordered them to leave the house. >> the message is out there has to be a new paradigm, a new way of thinking about homes and people who are homeless and underhoused. that people have to assert their right to housing. >> the investment firm offered to shelter the women for two months and pay for moving expenses. the mothers have rejected that offer. happening today in san francisco, a first of its kind housing policy for teachers is set to be adopted. the board of education will announce its vision for prop e. voters approved that last november t. allows housing for teachers to be built on land owned by the school district or city college. educators say the historic policy comes at a critical time when teachers are losing their homes to evictions and rent increases. an effort is about to begin to crack down on car burglaries in the east bay. oakland, berkeley, emeryville,
piedmont forming a task force. they've seen car burglaries explode in the last year. oakland saw a 25% increase. each will provide two officers a month to work in the other jurisdictions. that program is set to start next week. kyle shanahan says they are not taking green bay lightly. the fans are zeroing in on the 49ers store trying to stock up on that merchandise. the niners postseason is having a ripple effect even beyond the stadium bringing tourists to town. >> i was out here for the playoff game. i stayed here well after the game i was so excited. didn't want to leave. businesses say huge boost.
can you go to our facebook page and show your pride wishing them good luck. building a better bay area is sometimes a one-on-one effort. a police officer stepped up for a man down on his luck. a new report lays out the total cost of the kinkade power and now sonoma county is ready to take action. >> something kumasi told me the head coach of green bay, his brother, works for the 49ers. he's a coach for them. >> it goes back to who the parents are going to root for then. they'll have to split. if you see somebody with two jerseys on. good, young coaches. weatherwise, we have a little bit of a shower out there. around burlingame, san mateo right on 92 over to foster city, up on 280 and 101.
wet now with light rain sliding down the peninsula into the south bay. keeping things slick for the morning commute. 50 in excelsior and bayview. a lot of us in the 40s this morning. much warmer than this time tomorrow. the san mateo bridge looking dry. slick this morning with those few isolated showers. a little fog will form. for the peninsula the mid to upper 40s through 9:00 and low to mid-50s from 10:00 to 5:00. 48 degrees. east bay valleys, make sure you grab the sunglasses. we'll have increasing sunshine.
you'll need an umbrella as that stray shower is coming down the peninsula towards you. low to mid-50s with a little more sunshine this afternoon. got a moderate storm with soaking rain on the way. here is jobina. good morning, everyone. happy tuesday to you. since mike is mentioning that rain that's coming up here, the manzanita park and ride will be closed due to nightly high tide flooding. we're told this is supposed to be the last night of that. we'll watch and see how the rain goes. looking live at san francisco, our camera here, nice and clear right this morning. no major issues on the roads. that will probably change come the thursday morning commute. we do start to see some people moving down there. slick conditions because of the earlier showers.
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afternoon. looking around the state a chance of snow all day today in tahoe. another several inches possible, 32, 46 in yosemite. mid-60s in socal. down to about ukiah and it turns over to snow tomorrow evening. 6:00 through 4:00 thursday evening. three feet possible in the sierra with snow level down to 3,000, possibly even 2,500 feet wednesday through friday morning and that's going to be the biggest game in town for tahoe. several feet of snow thursday and then a whole lot of people enjoying that fresh powder friday, saturday and sunday. sonoma county is trying to bounce back after the fi fire. a law firm could represent the county for a lawsuit against pg&e. a report by moody's found that pg&e power shutoffs during last
year's wildfire had a noticeable impact on the economy and estimates sonoma county suffered $725 million in economic losses. county officials say the blackouts and evacuations impacted about 75% of the population. people are being urged not to return home. the alert has increased to a level four. according to the government that indicates a hazardous eruption is imminent. tens of thousands have evacuated. the bay area is home to one of the largest filipino populations in the country. the staff at the community center in san francisco has been following this news closely. >> very devastated to hear the news. not only our clients that have families over there but worried about people we've built with over the years that are serving communities. >> those who want to help are asked to find organizations doing work on the ground.
part of building a better bay area involves taking real action. a san jose state police corporal helped a man get back on his feet and into much-needed work boots. he is named steele this is him. the colorado native is homeless and looking for work in san jose. var gas said steele had his i.d. and social security card but didn't own much more than sneakers, sweatshirt and jeans. he took him to a big 5 a few miles away. >> we drove him up there and had him try them on and drove him back to the salvation army shelter. that's where he wanted to go to get everything started. in this job if you don't have compassion for people, it will wear on you pretty quickly. >> police credit its community policing approach, a strategy it feels has led to stronger bonds. researchers say they've led to a pill replacing exercise.
can you hear me? a study from the university of michigan reports a natural protein that appears to bring about the same benefits as a good workout. it mimics the effects of exercise for flies and mice in early trials and, again, while all of this is very preliminary. there's hope this could combat muscle wasting due to aging and other causes. >> what effects -- like the feel good effects or being ripped? >> i don't know how you can tell if a fly is ripped. >> or a mouse. >> or a mouse. i think i read a little bit about this. the fly that didn't have the protein would get tired and the fly that did kept going. >> the energy is real. that could be worth it. >> i hope we're like flies and mice. i don't know. on the subject, do you lie about exercising? i know you don't lie about it. do you? >> i don't lie.
people are like, do you go to the gym? yes. it makes it seem like i go a lot when i go once a week. >> that's okay. never, yes, because you want to seem busy, you feel ashamed, you're trying to impress someone. >> nearly 20% of americans lie about working out. 35% lied because they were trying to impress someone. 31% did it because they were embarrassed by what they were actually doing. >> what are you doing that you're embarrassed? >> eating cheese fries or something? >> don't you feel there's workout pressure? some people go every day. and you're like, oh. >> absolutely.
i feel this way at this table. i don't go to the gym. i know all three of you work out. i don't work out period. period. it's really bad. i walk. i walk to my errands and things. >> i walk, too. >> see this is why there's judgment on your face. >> no, congratulations to you for that. let me tell you something, jobina, here is what happens. as the aged here will tell you, there is a time, and i am predicting that time is in about two years -- >> don't speak that over her. >> when this all catches up. see, the two of us are clocking it. we can see when the young-uns hit that wall. >> and then it happens. >> you see they change but they didn't have the habits of working out, and then we've got problems. >> i just got schooled on live
television. >> am i right, mike? >> let me get myself together. >> everything he says is correct. >> it's true. and we get a lot of enjoyment out of that, too. oh, she hit that wall. >> someone else at this table, queen kumasi, who goes to the gym only once a week and is fly. so i'm hoping -- >> but i am trying to create some habits. >> i love my parents. i do not love the body they gave me. >> oh, don't say that. >> it's in the genes is what i'm saying. to look at you at your age i still had to work out four or five times a week. >> before we go to weather, people say they would never, and other people are saying they are trying to impress because of people like you judging folks. >> that's because reggie is in those spin classes hitting it every week. >> tap back, tap back. >> you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. i have a feeling this will be a hot topic on the midday show. oh, boy. producer is like, this is going
way too long. a look at the san mateo bridge, light rain all the way from the dublin grade all the way into san mateo. in fact, here it is. you can see it's raining. look at how everything is stopping as you head to the west. isolated showers across the north bay and near the coast as we head into the afternoon hours. that moderate storm will make thursday morning the harpedest we've had to deal with in a long time as the rain will come down heavy in such a small time frame. 60 and sunshine sunday. 55 degrees, maybe 56 this afternoon. and you can see freezing cold, a little bit of fog in our valleys tonight. fog and mid-30s to mid-40s around the bay and out to the coast. a chance of thunderstorms when that cold front comes through. 5:00 at night, some light rain, some embedded showers with heavier rain in the north bay, throughout the afternoon into the evening hours and look at that, heavy, steady rain. that's about, what, 50, 60 miles
wide. even that red showing up. that's the downpours. 7:00, it's in the south bay and in the east bay and by 9:00 we're turning over to light rain and will have scattered showers in the afternoon hours. it's a 2. it's going to be tough. friday will be fine. it's a 1 on the storm impact scale. here is the ever young jobina. >> well, thank you, mike nicco. my youthful friend. good morning. we are looking live except for our supercomputers. no major issues from the chp. our golden gate bridge camera, slick conditions on our roads this morning. you've been hearing mike talk about the showers and expected rain. our bay bridge camera, at the
toll plaza metering lights came on. it is a bit stacked up so be prepared. it's fine once you get through that. santa rosa to petaluma. castro valley to the maze a quick 14-minute drive as well. thanks, jobina. this morning new details about macy's plan to close a store in antioch. it will leave about 123 people without jobs. macy's will close 29 other stores in the next few months. some security detail positions were closed as well. details about the royal family's emergency meeting and why meghan markle didn't call in as planned. one player is one
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let's focus in more on this big storm coming up 5:00 wednesday. no measurable rain out there. 4:30 thursday morning already a third to more than an inch up in the north bay. watch from 4:30 to 9:00, a four and a half hour span nearly-to--thirds to three-quarters of an inch of rain falls. it will come down fast, heavy, it's going to pool. we're going to have many issues with the morning commute thursday. ponding on the roadways and hydro planing. good morning, everyone. thankfully things are smooth for
our morning commute this morning. we're expecting a much different situation thursday. no major problems on our roads. walnut creek and 680, looking very clear. moving, no slowdowns that i am seeing. the same story there. we had a crash earlier. we have highway 4 to the maze, 17 minutes. across the bay bridge that is once you get through the toll plaza 12 minutes to get across. san francisco to sfo, a nine-minute ride. thanks, jobina. it will soon be easier to take international flights out of sfo. this is a live look at the airport. more than 7.5 million travelers went through last year. construction will start later this month. when it's done in about a year a total of 20 check points. the battle to become
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your best is yet to come and breaking news at 6:00 a.m., alameda county sheriff's deputies arrive at a home in west oakland to evict moms and their kids. this group calls themselves moms for housing, occupied the vacant home since november. what you're watching here is a live stream that they are putting out on facebook. now they were served an eviction notice. more than 100 people were there protesting in support of these women. as you can see here they are being evicted by deputies. sky 7 is on the way to the scene and reporter amy hollyfield is also on her way there. she'll have a live report coming up in our next hatch hour. this should be interesting to continue to watch because this has become a national story, a symbol of the
homelessness issue but the unavailability of housing to so many people. before we get back to that we'll check in with mike for a look at our forecast. wet weather moving away from the san mateo bridge. this is sliding south. fremont it should be there right now if it's not already there and if it holds together it will be in los gatos. expect your commute to look more like this. you can see how wet it is right now. isolated showers and patchy fog. low to upper 40s. 52 to 55 with isolated showers and by 7:00 it's over mid to upper 40s. jobina? we are looking at mass transit updates.
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