tv ABC7 News 600AM ABC June 1, 2018 6:00am-7:00am PDT
forever giving the warriors game one of the nba finals. >> this morning the cavs and certainly j.r. wishing they could forget the whole thing. good morning to you. welcome to friday, june 1st. >> an incredible game. such drama, and i'm sure so many regrets this morning by members of the thanks for being with us. you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. here is mike nicco. >> i fell asleep in the middle of the fourth quarter. what did i miss? i'm sure you'll tell me. don't twist the knife too hard. what a great ending. here is a look at the winds, not very fast. notice the absence of them and pretty much the absence of cloud cover except along the peninsula coast. look at the bay this morning. when it looks like glass, you know it will be a gorgeous afternoon. you can see mid 40s to 50 at 7:00. upper 50s to low 60s this afternoon at the coast with sunshine. temperatures at noon already warmer than they were yesterday,
70 to 75. warming up to 76 by 82 at 4:00. enjoy a gorgeous evening in the 70s. hi alexis. >> good morning, mike. we haven't had extremely long spots. but one of the slow spots filling in is the bay bridge toll plaza. those metering lights on later since it is friday. 5:34 this morning. looking like the cash lanes moving better than our forecast track lanes. northbound 101 highway 85 to the san jose airport in the green at 14. northbound 280 highway 1 into san francisco looking great at eight minutes. we have road work that went a little late in the palo alto area. we'll head there coming up next. last night lebron james didn't have to battle just the warriors but his own team. here is the clip that never really gets old. their chance to stun the warriors. j.r. smith grabs a usual rebound with a few seconds left.
instead of looking for a shot, he went to half-court. the warriors won it in over time. >> no one could have seen it coming especially lebron. watch what happened after the game when reporters kept hounding him about that moment. >> did he think that you guys had it won or did he think he was trying to mak a play? >> not sure. i'm not sure. i don't know his state of mind. >> did you know if he knew the score? >> that's lebron packing up his things and walking out. smith now says that he thought they would call a time-out. at the time, though, it definitely looked like he said i thought we were ahead. >> i'm not a professional lip reader, but that seemed likely. abc 7 is the only place you can watch the nba finals presented by youtube tv. game two of the cavaliers versus
warriors is sunday at oracle arena. a pregame show at 4:00, abc coverage at 4:30. tip-off at 5:00. stay with us for "toyota after the game". you've probably dealt with long lines like this as a dmv office. there could be a solution. >> starting in two weeks some dmvs will be open a couple of saturdays a month. abc 7 news reporter matt keller live in sclournt on how to cut down on those lines. >> getting to the dmv-very frustrating. this dmv in santa clara opens at 8:00 this morning. we have a line. the first person in line arrived at 5:00 this morning. why did you get here so >> i came yesterday and the line was very crowded. i came around 8:00 and was difficult because about 9:00,
not even the line advanced three feet. >> reporter: rosa said the line went -- it went all the way over here, right? and around the corner. you were at the end of the line. very frustrating right? what if i tell you there may be hope for these lines getting shorter, at least that's the hope for the dmv. twice a month starting this month they're going to be opening up on saturdays, june 16th and june 23rd. beginning in july will be open on the first and third saturdays of each month. the offices will open from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. you won't be able to do a behind-the-wheel exams. you can only do driver's licenses and id card transactions. we put a list of all the offices that will be opening on saturdays on our website, abc7news.com. hopefully someone out there coming to the dmv can bring coffee for all these people. that would be nights. we've got another two hours to
wait before the dmv opens up. back to you in the studio. >> wow. that demonstrates the need right there. thank you so much, matt. new developments now about these three puppies found severely abused. now there's a $10,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest. pet food express initially offered a $5,000 reward. peta has matched that offer. now up to $10,000. three german shepherd puppies were found at an oakland homeless encampment. one had her back paw cut off. the other two are broken jaws. the puppies are getting treatment and recovering. i'm getting new details involving the breaking news, an uber in colorado. an uber driver reportedly shooting a passenger multiple times in denver. moments ago we learned the passenger has died. police gave an update about 15 minutes ago. i was able to listen in. they say the driver shot the passenger many times and then it was the driver who called 911.
police say there was some sort of fight inside the car. and there's a big investigation still under way right now. this video, by the way, the crime scene from our abc station in denver, kmgh. the uber car is the one that crashed into a wall. so the driver actually also hospitalized right now. police say they're talking to everyone involved. they have not made any arrests yet. we're reaching out to uber for a response. i'll bring that to you when we get it. >> thanks, jessica. now to uber eats. a driver is back on the streets after threatening to stab to death a fremont couple. >> this incident happened last saturday at this apartment complex. it began when the couple blocked at a black jetta blocking the trance. the driver reversed, opened his window, spat at the couple and pulled out two long knives threatening to stab them to death. he took off. the couple managed to snap a photo. that helped the police track down and arrest the man. residents of the complex say
they're concerned. >> you think it's really a safe place. but if some uber driver comes here, we think he might be here to pick someone and we wouldn't actually suspect it. >> it's really scary. it's a gated community. i opted to stay here because it's safer relatively. >> uber has suspended the man who started driving for the company four months ago. uber eats is the uber's food delivery platform. hundreds show up to talk about police reform in san jose. officials say their plan is working, but, of course, still more work to be done. >> starbucks employees are revealing what happened during the racial bias training this week. some are conflicted about the results. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. if you like warm weather, check out what's coming the next three days. 70s and 80s
this would never happen again. it has happened more than 200 times in 5 years. dianne feinstein and a new generation are leading the fight to pass a new assault weapons ban. say no to the nra and yes to common-sense gun laws. california values senator dianne feinstein say no to the nra and yes to common-sense gun laws. only marshall tuck will change that. year after year, policians fail to improve public schools. tuck turned around failing schools, raising graduation rates 60%. marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck.
at 52. 50 in hayward, san jose. concord 52. antioch 54. san francisco 54. everyone else in the mid to upper 40s. it's going to be gorgeous if you're out playing on the bay today. no small craft advisory. out and about strong sunshine. beaches will be cool and calm. here is another look at the peninsula. 54 at 8:00 this morning, mid to upper 70s this afternoon. enjoy it. here is alexis. i want to head back to a crash blocking over an hour this morning westbound 80 around cutting boulevard. a solo vehicle crash with minor injuries. i'm not sure why it took so long to clear. finally have all lanes back open, however, not before we have pretty significant delay there, 12 miles per hour up to 25 miles per hour as you approach where the scene was. also seeing leftover stop-and-go traffic in the palo alto area between university and
embarcadero. road work was supposed to wrap by 5:00. it was closer to 6:00. slight delays for about a mile and a half. next update at 6:20. it's 6:12. new at 6:00 a.m., some starbucks employees say the company training they had earlier this week was eye opening. some say they're not sure how to apply those lessons to their daily jobs. it featured a documentary by filmmaker. cnn reporting that in pairs and as a group the trainees reflected on the meaning of b s bias, ran through potential problematic scenarios and practiced welcoming behaviors. starbucks held the training after a store manager in philadelphia called police on two black men who did not leave the store when asked to because they did not purchase anything. so many people are used to doing hot yoga. there's a new fitness craze that involves being very cold.
glorifying and inciting attacks. the man's trial started last week and he suddenly changed his plea. he will be sentenced later this month. developing news now, a special delivery for president trump. today he's expected to receive a personal letter from north korean lead are kim jong-un. it's unclear what's in that letter but we have a strong hint. this morning after meeting are russia's foreign minister, kim jong-un reaffirmed his commitment to the denuclearization of the korean peninsula. there hasn't been any official announcement on whether that summit will take place on june 12th. president trump says it may take several meetings to work this out. a partnership between police and the community appears to be very effective in san jose. it's now spreading across santa clara county. it's not particularly high tech or especially innovative. it's mostly just people talking to each other. last year at emanuel baptist church, 250 people including police chiefs from across the county gathered at a meeting hosted by the group people acting in community together,
otherwise known as p.a.c.t. p.a.c.t. has been working with san jose police on procedural justice and implicit bias training. >> gives us our framework for our policy, what we'll do in the coming weeks and month. >> really opened my eyes to other experiences with law enforcement. >> p.a.c.t. pushed for body-worn cameras and other police reforms in san jose. members believe conversation provides the groundwork for respect and better policing. good-bye hot yoga. apparently it's a thing, experts say working out in the really, really cold could make your workout better. check the out. cold workouts are practiced in studios chilled to as low as 45 degrees. there's a place called brrrn in new york city. classes include yoga, slide board or battle ropes. fitness experts say the cold may
actually help you burn more fat and calories. >> you exercise in the cold you burn more calories and fat because your body is trying to heat itself up to combat the cold. >> there are some dangers. if it is too cold, experts say if you have cold muscles and ligaments you may increase your chance of injuring yourself. they advise you to warm up first and of course speak to your doctor before making drastic changes to your workout, before you plunge your own thermostat at home and make your dog miserable. >> i was going to first say get u all the way out of here. then i thought about it, i'm a sweater. >> me, too. >> this could be good for everyone around me. you know what i'm saying? >> nice of you to think of everybody else. appreciate that. >> i didn't think about that. >> you can go from hot yoga to cold -- >> misery. no thanks. >> that's what we're doing today a little bit. temperatures are going to warm
to 40 degrees today. mid 40s in some neighborhoods, mid 80s this afternoon. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. gorgeous shot from sutro tower. look at that soft sunshine on the golden gate bridge this a great day to walk across the bridge. temperature about 62, 63 at midspan, but not much of a breeze today. here is a look from the east bay hills. you see san francisco looking great. sunny, warming trend begins today. tonight, clear, not as chilly as this morning. warm to hot this weekend, temperatures will pull back to average as we head through next week. you can see the wall lining up right here. look at the marine layer a couple hundred miles offshore. expect total sunshine even around san francisco from daly city at 62, to the mission in downtown at about 70. south san francisco about 67 degrees. look at the low to mid 70s. what a great day. gorgeous weather along the east bayshore line. a about the the same on the peninsula, from 69 in millbrae to 78 in palo alto.
mid 60s along the coast. san jose today 79 degrees. a lot of mid to upper 70s in the south bay. in the east bay, this is where we'll see the biggest warming today, from mid 40s this morning to mid 80s this afternoon. same thing in the north bay, from mid 40s this morning to low to mid 80s this afternoon. when you step outside tomorrow morning, low 50s to upper 50s except for at the coast. 47 at half moon bay. that's what happens when you don't have a marine layer. temperatures in the 60s at the coast tomorrow. look at the 80s around the bay and 90s inland for saturday and sunday our warmest days the next seven days. taking a look at traffic. a lot of sunshine, the sun glare apparent. you can see that on our bay bridge toll plaza camera. it's tough to see traffic. grab your sunglasses and know that a bit of a longer stackup in the fast track lanes. we are seeing those friday traffic patterns, that's for sure. taking a look at our traffic maps. stop-and-go traffic around
treasure island as you head to san francisco. taking a look at the volumes once you get into the city, looking light as you take the fremont or harrison exits. no major delays into sfrask. southbound 680 highway 4 to walnut creek six minutes. westbound 24 from walnut creek to 13, eight minutes. dlub on 580 in the yellow. amy robach is live from new york city with a look at what's ahead on "good morning america." >> happy friday to you, natasha and reggie. up next on gma, last night's basketball blunder. two superstars coming head-to-head in game one of the nba finals. lebron james breaking his own record, scoring a whopping 51 points. how an incredible performance like that from the king still fell short. we'll have all the latest on that. roseanne speaking out after the twitter controversy.
we'll have more on what she had to say this morning. our summer concert series continues with halsey rocking out in sfral park. it's coming up on this. >> i can totally relate to that blunder on the court. that was me in every single sport in every single game that i ever played. it's bad, but it was good for us. thanks, amy. we'll see you later. >> sure. >> it's not halloween. you might want to get a costume together for a fun' sflent san francisco. walmart wants you out of their stores
when the worst oil spill hit san francisco, first responders went to work. and mayor gavin newsom, he went to hawaii. man: newsome left the day after the spill for a four-day vacation in hawaii. the same gavin who said his job as lieutenant governor was so dull, he only showed up for work at the state capitol one day a week, tops. gavin's not gonna work as governor.
you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. i've got the hand it to our management here. whoever decided to put this camera up, thumbs up. i like this picture from pier 39. temperatures today, ten to 18 degrees warmer than yesterday. here is reggie. kick off unofficial summer with a street festival or put on a wacky costume and run around the streets. the first weekend in june. >> you dress in a costume and solve riddles around the city. because we live in these modern times, your phone keeps you honest. >> using our smart phone app you
prove you're at the right location by taking a photo or vdeo. when that happens, we grab your gps, your low gags. it gives you instant credit. >> team handstand is the one who puts this sf hunt on. i put them to the test to see if they could get total strangers in the embarcadero to form a human pyramid like you have to do in the game. they did while wearing bear heads. if you can't make the sf hunt, maybe you can head to cal hollow for the union street music festival. the event got an overhaul and doubled the amounts of bands playing. beer and wine tastings are available. the free event is saturday and sunday. in mission bay, you can put on these big padded outfits and roll around. i would maybe eat the sushi after you do the sumo. it happens sunday.
>> i want to get in that suit. is that wrong? >> that looks fun. i'll do that with you. >> you can find the links to all these events at abc7news.com. just look for hoodline. >> what a time to be alive. our coverage of the warriors win and reaction from the team and fans after thetunning ending to that game. >> i just said seriously, siri thought i was calling
ithe race for governort. has turned into a scam. gavin newsom's trying to elect a republican who was endorsed by trump. and villaraigosa's being bankrolled by a handful of billionaires. it's everything that's wrong with politics. and none of it is helping struggling families. here's my pledge to you. i'll keep our budget balanced. invest in affordable housing. fight for universal healthcare. and stand up to donald trump. as governor, you can trust me to do what's right- because i always have.
now at 6:30, a high school shooting plot stopped in the east bay. we're learning disturbing details. self-driving cars hitting the streegts without the backup drivers. the major deal waymo just signed to put thousands of vehicles on the road. rebrowned goes to the cavs. j.r. smith brings it back out. throws to hill. hill's shot blocked. >> it's being called one of the biggest blunders in nba history. the cavs coach said j.r. smith simply didn't know the score. now we're hearing what smith has to say. i often forget the score when i'm playing tennis, but it doesn't cost me the first game of the nba finals. >> that's so true. i used to forget which goal i
was defending. >> oh, reggie. >> or who was on my team, but that's why i'm here and not there. >> reggie just happy to score. he doesn't care which goal it is. >> experienced whiplash in this game. we'll have weather whiplash today, too. >> i wish they paid me $10 million to get things wrong once in a while. it's only once in a while, right? half moon bay, mostly cloudy, that gray is real. for the rest of us, waking up to sunshine and our coolest temperatures, mid 40s to low 50s in my accuweather 12-hour day planner for this friday, the first day of june. it will feel like it. at the coast upper 50s to low 60s. temperatures at noon, already low to mid 70s, much calmer, too. 76 to 82. enjoy a great evening. good morning, mike, it hasn't been so good on the
roads. quite a few trouble spots. in recovery mode westbound 80 in the richmond area, just before cutting boulevard. a crash for a little over an hour. activity on the shoulder. the speeds are starting to pick up. 22 miles an hour, 34 miles an hour, things have definitely improved. a lot of sunshine out there already today, no significant delays here. we start with developments in the arrest of a student accused of plotting an attack on his east bay school. >> new court documents show the student police arrested at california high school wanted a columbine-like massacre. abc 7 reporter amy hollyfield is in san ramon this morning. >> reporter: according to a new report we wanted to use the same guns that the columbine attackers used and wanted to carry out his attack on the same
date april 20th, in 2021. he called his plan columbine 2.0. according to our media partner, the "san jose mercury" news, they used a police report to report that police searched the boy's home and found a tactical vest, camouflage helmet, toy shotgun, handwritten notes and digital data. police say the boy, who has been arrested, met with another student and tried to recruit him. that student told a school officer. school administrators at california high school in san ramon commended that student for coming forward. the student told police there were six kids that the freshman wanted to kill. police say they interviewed him and he admitted to hating three of those kids. the teenager is in custody. he has not been identified because he is a juvenile. reporting live in san ramon, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> amy, thank you. 6:33 now. happening today, tariffs against u.s. trade allies will go into effect. that has led to retaliation from
some of those allies. the administration is placing a 25% tax on steel, 10% tax on aluminum from the european union, canada and mexico. that started at midnight. eu officials plan to file a protest with the world trade organization and impose duties on u.s. imports. mexico retaliated by imposing tariffs on park, grapes and flat steel. dub nation breathing a sigh of relief after the warriors nearly lost game one of the nba finals. >> the real drama happened when george hill had a chance to put the cavs ahead at the end of regulation, but then this happened. >> hill misses. rebound goes to the cavs, j.r. smith brings it back out, throws to hill. hill's shot blocked. we'll go to over time. >> the warriors used that second life to outscore the cavs by ten in over time. got a 124-114 victory.
>> finals, man, anything is liable to happen. all that matters is you get a win and turn the page to game two and just enjoy the moment. >> we've got to move on. this game is over and done with. we had opportunities. i'll never give up on j.r. that's not my m.o. i don't give up on any of my players, any of my teammates. >> lebron james talking about j.r. smith. apparently smith thought the team was going to a time-out. that's what he said in an interview. but their coach said smith didn't really know the score and that caused the mistake. both teams have today off and perhaps the cavs can think about that. game two is on sunday at oracle arena. the "new york post" coming in hot this morning. so look at the headline about the game. it says "who shot?shot?shot?sho?
not j.r.! "that's a reference to the tv show dallas. so yes. warriors fans are on pins and needles throughout the game. >> of course. after the game there were smiles, cheers, a little dancing. some of them said they wanted to beat the traffic and get out early but they could not tear themselves away from that tight game. we caught up with some of the relieved and elated fans. >> that was a good me. >> were you nervous at all? >> i was nervous because lebron always come to show that he's one of the great players. the warriors showed that we're a good team. >> of course we was going to pull through. warriors all the way, no doubt at all a. >> fireworks lit up the sky above oracle. one of the most talked about moments before the game was this shorts suit that laemgs was sporting. he also had some mismatched socks. the cavaliers have been wearing suits to almost every road playoff game. the suit by fashion designer tom
brown. he also designed the bag that lebron was carrying, retailing for $41,000. abc 7 is the only place you can watch the nba finals presented by youtube tv. game two happens sunday at oracle arena. we'll have a pregame show at 4:00. abc coverage at 4:30 with tip-off at 5:00. please stay with us for toyota after the game. want to switch gears at 6:37. zuckerberg san francisco general hospital says it's implementing security changes after a woman's body was found in a stairwell. 75-year-old ruby lee anderson lived in a residential care facility on the hospital's campus. she went missing on may 20th. it's not known how long she had been in the stair well at the hospital's power plant. it's protocol to search every hospital building if the patient is reported missing. the power plant was searched because anderson wasn't technically considered a
patient. no badge was needed to get into the building during certain hours. the hospital has implemented a 24/7 security badge access policy. we may find out today whether san francisco police chief william scott will return to los angeles to become their new chief. chief scott is reportedly one of three finalists for the job. in early may rumors started swirling he could be a candidate for lapd's top job after its police chief, charlie beck announced his retirement at the end of the year. mayor eric gar setity says he's had final ierviews wh all three finalists. a flag raising ceremony will ta place in concord. the city the flying the rainbow flag in honor of the ceremony starts at 10:30 if you want to head over. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. mother nature promised the coolest morning this week, and there you go. temperatures anywhere from about
two to seven degrees cooler than 24 hours ago. look at all these mid to upper 40s in the south bay. everybody, until you get to mountain view and san jose at 50. we have 50 in newark. also in san carlos, brentwood, san francisco 51, san pablo at 53. it's june 1st. good news is because of the clear conditions, no delays at sfo. look at all the sunshine. no worrie weather wise driving. no stiff breezes if you're driving a high-profile vehicle. no drizzle this morning. chilly our mass transit stops to possibly warm this afternoon. very tranquil if you're on a ferry ride today. in fact, a nice day to sit outside and enjoy the sunshine. san francisco, a pred here, 53 at 8:00, noon mid 60s all the way to 6:00 at 63. 60 at 8:00. a look at the south bay, a bigger spread, 54 at 8:00. mid to unper 70s from noon all the way through about 7:00.
69 at 8:00. our last stop will be the north bay. can you imagine going on a wine tasting today and enjoying temperatures that will hit 76 at noon and low 80s through 8:00. sounds like a good idea. should we go right now? >> sounds like a great idea, mike. i like the way you're thinking. this weekend cluster fest in downtown san francisco. a big event that's already under way. we've got a lot of street closure already, too. these could last through wednesday next week. taking a look apt things on our traffic maps. no major streets like market, but all of our smaller surface streets we have a lot of closures. one muni route impacted, too. right now looking good for the friday morning commute. westbound 80 highway 4 to the maze, 27 minutes. about 25 across the bay bridge. i double-checked, we don't have
anything reported on the westbound side. southbound 101 san francisco to sfo looking great if you have a flight this morning. that's coming in at just about nine minutes. now something to show you that you don't want to see on your commute. that is woman in a pink bumper car driving down a road in china. she doesn't seem to care too much that larger vehicles are speeding right now. police say that woman owns a bumper car business and she's actually driving to work. she said she drives in the street to save time. she's got two steering wheels, reggie. i don't know. maybe she needs a friend to help her out there. >> first of all, there's a bumper car business? that's news to me. >> oh, my goodness. >> god speed. >> not the safest commute. >> not the safest commute. >> alexis, thank you for that moment. up next, the young teen who won the national spelling bee and how he's reacting to his big win this morning. calls for comedian samantha
bee to get fired after offensive comments she made about president trump's daughter ivanka. at the live desk, tracking the stock market this morning after a record-breaking jobs report released this morning. what else could impact the markets today? i'll have a full story next. plus the change coming to some bay area dmv officers to
not only are we getting warmer, but the entire state is joining us and seeing the sunshine. look at this. 63 in eureka, 64 in monterey. stuck in the mid to upper 50s with cloud cover. mid to upper 80s in the central valley. 100 in palm springs. let's go up to tahoe where you may want to get in the water, but let me tell you, the temperature is about 50 to 55 degrees, and that's going to be about 20 to 25 degrees cooler than that. high sunday of 80. the warmest day in the next seven. if you've gotten stuck in those long lines at the dmv, help may be on the way. >> starting in two weeks, some of the office also be open every other saturday. matt keller live in san jose. quite a line there this morning. >> reporter: yes, quite a line.
in the past 45 minutes, this line has grown. a lot of people are making sure they're at the front of the line because when they get inside, they don't want to wait any longer than they have to. the people in the front of the line were here about 5:00 this morning. here are the office hours. you can see on saturday, it says closed. that's going to go from closed to open here in santa clara at least two times a month. the dmv opening up in certain ca locations. it will be open the first and third saturdays of the month. there are limb tagtss on what you will be able to do on those saturdays. we've got that info on our website, abc7news.com. we still have about another hour and 15 minutes before the dmv opens up in santa clara. you can expect this line to get a lot longer. matt keller, abc 7 news. >> i can't believe the amount of people there so early. matt, thank you.
president trump took to twitter to comment on comedian samantha bee who used a vulgar expletive against his daughter ivanka. he said a total double standard, but that's okay, we are winning and will be doing so for a long time to come. some people are saying it is a double standard for roseanne barr to be taken off tv to compare black women to animals and yet bee gets off scot-fresc >> i do not think we'd be seeing this kind of on going dialogue and debate had the roseanne thing not happen just three days ago. people are sensitive. people are angry. >> bee tweeted an she said it was inappropriate and inexcusable. i crossed the line and i deeply regret it. now to your morning money reprt, google-owned waymo
accelerating plans to launch a self driving car service. >> they just announced a deal for 62,000 chrysler minivans. the service will launch later this year in arizona, making them the first company to pick up cars that do not have a human in the driver's seat. >> walmart ramping up competition with amazon. you can now text an order for delivery. the service is called jet black. it costs $50 a month. the items will be delivered to your home same day or next day at no extra charge. that service is being tested in manhattan and boston. also new this morning, a favorable jobs report out. u.s. employers added 223,000 jobs in may. get this, the unemployment rate fell to an 18-year low, just 3.8%. let's take a live look at the new york city. you can see we're in the green up 223 points, nearly 1%.
a lot of things investors are looking at. today's positive jobs report. we also expect an auto report that's better-than-expected. there's a flip side as well. there's the president's new tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. the eu trade chief actually said moments ago, quote, the united states is playing a dangerous game. so we'll see if we stay in the green throughout the day or if it evens out. >> thank you, jessica. as fans grow more excited after last night's warriors win, the team is warning you not to fall for ticket scams. the warriors said last year fraudulent ticket sales jumped 70% during the finals. during this year's regular season more than 800 fans were denied access to games because of counterfeit tickets. the warriors encourage you to buy directly from the team at warriors.com. speaking of the warriors, a lot of celebrities made their way to oracle arena. >> actors jon hamm and jeremy
renner. >> this was thrilling. there were call reverseless and crazy calls and fights. it was crazy. it was very -- >> more drama on that court than there is most movies, let me just say. >> lebron james for 51 points. >> i think he's really trying to be an actor anyway. he's just making a play to be on the big screen. >> that's funny. former giants great barry bonds, rob lowe, maroon 5 singer adam levine. tony robbins. >> dub nation, we want to see you. you don't have to be a celebrity. show yourself wearing some gear. we had a cake earlier this morning. use #dubson7. that way we can grab it and post it on tv or on our website, abc7news.com. congratulations not just to
the dubs but the new scripps national spelling bee champion. into nia, k-o-i-n-o-n-i-a. >> that is correct. >> look at the smile on 14-year-old karthik nemmani's face. he's from mckinney, texas. the yeah. >> i didn't know what it was orr how to spell it. did you know immeditely how to spell that word? >> yeah. >> how, how did you know that word? >> it was a word that i had studied. >> whoa. okay. >> it is really early in the morning there. >> a lot like lebron james' news conference last night. >> he's 14. >> all business. >> we're just happy for him. we're showing you 12-year-old
anisha row from dublin. she made it to the finals but was eliminated on your first word. >> she asked if he knew how to spell the word. he did. he won. >> she said why. because i studied it. he's focused, man. that's howe he won. got to stay locked in. >> do you know the forecast, mike? >> do i know how to spell it? >> maybe. >> how do you know it? because i studied it. >> five years i studied. let's take a look at what's going on because you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. look, the beach, it's already sunny and it's just waiting for you. that sunshine with slightly warmer temperatures. mid 70s in skruz this weekend. here is a look from the east bay hills. sunshine everywhere this morning. warming trend begins. tonight will be clear but not as chilly as this morning. it will be warm this weekend.
look at this. 7:00 this morning to noon, whenever cloud cover is near the coast and there is some from half moon bay down to pes da darrow. enjoy a gorgeous sunset today. mid to upper 70s through the south bay. mid to upper 70sor most of the peninsula. mid 60s along the ghost today. if you're going to the game tonight, it will be cool adds usual. 62 your 7:15 first pitch, down to 57 by 10:15. phillies in town to take on the giants. in the north bay, upper 70s to mid 80s. as you move to the east bay valley, low to upper 80s. 90s are coming back tomorrow, and they're hanging around our inland neighborhoods through sunday. notice minor cooling at the coast, the marine layer and morning clouds redevelop on sunday. they'll be more dominant in the
forecast. sunshine in the afternoon. temperatures closer to average week. we have a crash in the north bay, southbound 101 before lincoln avenue. we have a crash involving a motorcycle. that rider is down. they're sending an ambulance to the scene along with a couple of tow trucks. initially we had the two left lanes blocked. now the three left lanes blocked. that is continuing to get worse. i'll have an update shortly. a lot of sun glare on our bay bridge toll plaza camera. quite the stackup in the track lanes. the cash lanes are looking better today. the car pool lanes flowing. ace one, three and five on time. 56 b.a.r.t. trains in service. no issues there. no delays for capital corridor. oakland playing tribute to hometown band tower of power.
a crowd gathered to celebrate the oup's 50th anniversary. mayor libby schaaf declared it is tower of power day. they're playing two shows at the fox theater. they have a new album coming up. up next, the 7 things you need to know before you go. >> our instagram photo of the day. golden light through the building there, the bay bridge for our golden state warriors. follow us on abc news bay area to see more great photos. when you share your photos and video, use #abc7now. >> i'm going to guess this is santa cruz. this
6:58. whether you're just joining us or headed out the door, here are the 7 things you need to know before you go. we started with number one, just released court documents showing a student arrested for a shooting plot calling for an attack columbine 2.0. he was shown to have a tactical vest, a toy shotgun and handwritten notes. in colorado a deadly encounter involving an uber driver and passenger. some altercation overnight led
to a shooting. the passenger is dead. police are questioning that driver. >> number three, the dmv will be open in some cities on two saturdays a month starting this month. the offices will be open on june 16th and june 23rd, and then beginning in july, it will then be open on the first and third saturdays of each month. >> number four, the warriors survived the scare from the cavs in a thrilling overtime victory last night. the dubs lead the series 1-0. game two is sunday at oracle at 5:00 p.m. if you're not going in person, you can watch it only right here on abc 7. the warming trend begins today, but not this morning. it is chilly out there. mid 40s to 50s. number six, a crash involving a motorcycle southbound 101 in san rafael. three left lanes are blocked just before lincoln avenue. number seven, national doughnut day. several major companies including dunkin' donuts and krispy kreme are giving away
freebies today. get a cup of coffee and enjoy. >> jess and i stopped and got doughnuts on the way in but we paid for them. >> there good morning, america. one of the biggest blunders in nba finals history. the mistake costing the cavs the game getting this reaction from lebron whose incredible 51 points just not enough. >> james drives and finishes. >> the warriors walking away with a big overtime victory. crucial meeting. one of north korea's top officials now heading to the white house to deliver a personal letter from kim jong-un to president trump. can the high-stakes summit be saved? severe weather alert. at least 11 reported tornadoes tearing through the country. and now new concerns about that deadly flooding. homes underwater across the east and now more rain on the way. overnight, roseanne speaking out on ca