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first time to go through the play-offs undefeated. we're knocking on wood right now this morning. [ laughter ] >> we're counting down to tip- off with a look at where you can go to watch the game. good morning, it is friday, june 9. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm brian hackney. kenny choi is off this morning. we're going to begin with traffic and weather where jaclyn uncovered some amazing research about how much it used to cost to cross the bay bridge when it first opened in 1936. >> in both directions. >> yeah. >> how much? >> 65 cents in both directions. >> then it was eventually lowered -- can you believe there was a time in the bay area when they lowered the price to cross a bridge! it went down to what? >> down to 50 cents and then they even lowered it again i think down to 25 and then they raised it back up to a dollar. >> now. >> what's it look like this morning? >> it's back up at the bay bridge toll plaza. but we'll begin over at the golden gate bridge. we are dealing with some foggy conditions for drivers get an
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earlier crash on the north side. that's cleared before the robin williams tunnel. it is a "slow, stop, go" ride for drivers headed across westbound 237. first reports of a crash -- excuse me, that's clearing. speeds are just below the limit on that stretch. 680 at north main street taillights southbound making their way over towards highway 24. not too bad. a little crowded. a little sluggish along that stretch. that's a check of your traffic back to you. >> we are looking at some fog this morning on the golden gate bridge. we have clouds inland as well but it should burn off and mix out into the afternoon hours. plenty of sunshine for pretty much everyone today. temperatures right now in the -- hovering near 60 for most spots. 56 san francisco. 57 at this hour in santa rosa. futurecast shows the clouds pulling back and dissipating later today. sunshine for most locations by this afternoon and certainly by
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the time you head home for the evening commute. temperatures do stay cool. struggling to reach 70 later today. we'll talk more about that coming up in just a bit. in the meantime, back to you guys. thank you, julie. this morning, president trump is responding to former fired fbi director james comey explosive testimony. comey addressed some of the interactions he he had with president trump and his administration. anne makovec reports. >> reporter: a lot of people are surprised that it took this long for the president to tweet: candidly for almost three hours g president trump and his >> reporter: the fired fbi director james comey spoke candidly for almost 3 hours yesterday accusing president trump and his administration of defamation and lies, speaking before the senate intelligence committee. comey said he began keeping memos on his inappropriate interactions with the president
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including one when comey says the president encouraged him to end the investigation into former national security advisor michael flynn. comey took it as an order. >> it is the president of the united states with me alone saying i hope this. i took it as this is what he wanted me to do. i didn't obey that but that's the way i took it. >> you may have taken it's direction but that's not what he said? >> correct. >> reporter: comey admitted he later asked a friend and professor at columbia university to leak the contents of the memo. the president says comey's actions should be investigated. >> reporter: what i thought was really interesting is that we started off with these hearings by him directly and specifically calling the sitting president of united states a liar. and then we heard that repeated throughout his testimony. and why he thought the president was a liar and what he allegedly lied about. >> reporter: there are sure to be further hearings on capitol hill. nancy pelosi weighed in on twitter righting: sion to follow the facts
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wherever they lead." comey's testimony aised new questions about attorney general jeff sessions--who recused himself from ongoing russia investigations back in march. presiden joint ne >> comey's testimony raised questions about attorney general jeff sessions who recused himself from ongoing russia investigations back in march. now, today president trump is holding a joint news conference with the president of romania. comey's testimony may get up. >> thank you. we are going to go to europe where there is a big surprise an upset in the uk snap election. the conservative party lost its overall majority in parliament. it's not the way british prime minister theresa may figured it would happen. she called for the early election. the labor party though did better than expected. and now may plans to ask queen elizabeth permission to form a new government. it's going to need the support of another party or a group of
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parties to command a majority. >> at this time, more than anything else, this country needs a period of stability. >> the change in british leader could change the country's relations with the united states. she has been outspoken cricket of the president. golden state warriors are on the verge of history playing the cavaliers in cleveland. if they win, they will finish the season with a perfect play- off record. kpix 5's jackie ward is live at oracle arena in oakland where another watch party will be taking place. jackie, i know we don't want to jinx it but don't get the broom out yet but we're hoping. >> reporter: i am so superstitious. this is just killing me, michelle! you're killing me saying that perfect word. i can't deal with it. anyway, "dub nation," we know how loyal we are, right? they are so loyal though that they are going to be here
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tonight at oracle arena. they don't care where the game is being played. they want to make sure that they are a part of this atmosphere. you know, it worked for game three so we are heaping it will work for game 4. tickets for tonight's watch party went on sale earlier this week for $20 each. and they went fast with tickets for tonight's game selling out before game 3 was even played. for fans who don't want to or can't make the trek to ohio a watch party at oracle is a great option they say. kpix 5 report christin ayers was here for game 3 and spoke to who drove three hours to watch the game at the arena. >> i drove three hours from fresno to come to the watch party. >> this is the fourth watch party. >> reporter: llove the enthusiasm. doors to the arena open at 5:00. parking at 4:30 costs 10 bucks. part of the proceeds will be donated to two community foundations.
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so you still might be able to find some tickets on resale sites even though this is a sold-out event. i went online earlier this morning and i found courtside seats for $290 each. live from oracle arena, jackie ward, kpix 5. >> if i know jackie she thought about snapping them up. today governor brown heads to san francisco to renew the fight against climate change. jessica flores is live in san francisco this morning with the details. >> reporter: good morning. well, governor brown just got back from china. he spent five days there doubling down on his efforts to fight climate change. and now today he is meeting with the german minister of the environment. it's part of a pact that he has with the german government under the two coalition, that's a pact between governments to reduce emissions. the governor tells foreign leaders the u.s. may be out of the paris climate accord but california is still in. now, the details of brown's
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agreement with china are still unclear but it was a symbolic trip making california the substitute partner on environmental issues. >> the world to the paris climate accord has made the commitment to make the turn to a decarbonized future. good. we're for that. now, maybe some people in washington aren't so sure about that. but california is sure. >> reporter: with 18 months left on the job, brown is making climate change one of his final acts in office. now, the meeting today with the german minister happens this morning. it will be private. but then they will come out and speak to the media about what they discussed. we'll be there and bring you the latest at noon. reporting live in san francisco, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. just a few hours we expect to learn more about one of the suspects involved in the ghost ship warehouse fire. the attorneys for derick almena are holding a news conference to discuss how they plan to
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fight the case. he facing 36 counsels of involuntary manslaughter, one count for each of the victims, 36 counts. police also arrested max harris. prosecutors say the defendants lied to police and fire departments about dangerous conditions at the converted warehouse. both men are due back in court next thursday. and that's when they may enter pleas. a woman accused of stopping her car on san francisco's great highway and abandoning her 5-year-old daughter is due in court today. 22-year-old samantha patton allegedly pulled over near the zoo monday night and made the 5- year-old girl get out of the car. authorities said she then left with the baby in the back seat. an ambulance happened to be in the area. medics rushed to treat the little girl. a man seen leaving the intersection on a skateboard was identified at father of the 1-year-old in the car. he helped police track down that child. patton faces a felony charge of child endangerment. today jurors in the sexual assault trial of bill cosby
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will hear explosive sections of a decades old deposition that will include parts about the comedian obtaining quaaludes and giving them to women before sex. the actor is accused of drugging and molesting andrea constand, a former basketball coach from cosby's alma mater. cosby says it was consensual. if convicted he faces up to 10 years in prison. it's now 10 minutes after 6:00 on this friday. verizon is a step closer to taking over yahoo. next, how many jobs are on the chopping block. >> reporter: and we have gray skies to start the day. sunshine though later on. details on what that means for temperatures in the extended forecast coming up. >> and i-80 looking okay, this direction near cummings parkway but we're tracking an accident involving an overturn. will this slow you down? find out coming up. >> plus, bart is planning major closures this weekend. what you need to know to avoid delays. ♪
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♪ good morning. welcome back. time now 6:14. a cloudy start to our day. here's live look at sfo. gray skies are going to clear up. it doesn't mean temperatures will warm up. details coming up. san rafael's mayor says he plans to join mayors across the nation in expressing solidarity with the paris climate accord. despite president trump's decision to pull out of the accord. the mayor decided to go deep green this week. the initiative will add money to next year's city budget to buy 100% renewable energy. he said he was inspired by public comments in favor of the move. richmond city council is unanimously backing a bill that essentially creates a marijuana sanctuary state. stand local authorities nt
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from using their resources to help federal investigators track down or arrest people for marijuana-relate activity approved under california law. bart fruitvale the weekend and a heads up. you might want to give yourself a lot of extra time if you are taking bart through the fruitvale area over the weekend. tomorrow and sunday there will be no service between fruitvale and lake merritt because crews are work on the tracks. you can catch a free shuttle bus during the closure. but riders should expect 20 to 40-minute delays especially for service to oakland airport. >> delayed again. >> and pay more for it, please. [ laughter ] >> no delays now on bart. >> that's good. >> i'm a positive person so -- >> right now, if you are getting ready to head out the door and your ride has you heading -- using mass transit, we are running with no delays on any of our mass transit
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lines. on the maps we are tracking an accident on eastbound 80 approaching 505. an overturn blocking a lane below 50 miles an hour. 880 "slow, stop, go" hayward to fremont. sluggish 101 northbound north of 880 as you're making your way towards 237. bay bridge toll plaza, no fun in the red 23 men's from the maze into downtown san francisco and the backup is starting to stretch on the eastshore freeway. you will start tapping the brakes all the way into the maze. of course, the metering lights are on. that's a check of traffic. let's get a check on the forecast now with julie. >> reporter: thank you, my dear. we are looking at a foggy start on the golden gate bridge this morning. temperatures mild across the bay. low 70s for concord, oakland, livermore. 56 in san francisco.
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61 san jose. we are at 57 right now in santa rosa. throughout the day you will notice clear skies. this area of low pressure sitting offshore the front passed through. we have cooler air mass in place and another shot of showers for some folks in the north bay for the weekend. futurecast today though showing clearing skies through midday and beyond. everyone should see some sunshine later today. doesn't mean temperatures are warming though. we still have that cool air mass in place. and they are going to cool even more as that area of low pressure passes north this weekend. we'll see increasing cloud cover saturday. increasing shower chances for the north bay on sunday. and temperatures dropping both days struggling to hit 70 degrees for the warmest spots inland. for today, sunrise was at 5:4724 morning. sunset this evening at 8:30. by sunset we should have clear silence so should be a beautiful one if you can head to the coast and watch the sunset today as we should have clear skies.
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70s in the warmer spots inland topping out in the mid-70s. looking for something to do tonight? head to the giants game. temperatures will be cool, 60 and low clouds tonight. this weekend likely cool as well for the hot air balloon classic. warming up though to near 70 in windsor. partly cloudy skies. livermore rodeo mild and 70. haight-ashbury street fair cooler still in san francisco on sunday with a mixture of sun and clouds. a little damp feel for ya for the first half of the day. and then maybe getting some breaks with some sun later on for the second half of the day sunday. extended forecast shows a big transition. so today, sunshine, but cool temperatures. as much as 10 degrees below average for this time of the
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year. this weekend cooler still struggling to hit 70 degrees saturday and sunday with increasing cloud cover. and a chance of showers for the north bay. monday more sunshine temperatures rebound. 80 by tuesday for the warmest spots inland. by the end of the week warming back up into the mid- to upper 80s for the warmest spots inland. and we'll see 70s by the bay and 60s at the coast. but today again on the cool side. cooler still for all those weekend plans. michele? > julie, thank you. now in our tech news, verizon is a step closer to buying yahoo. this comes after yahoo shareholders voted to approve the nearly $4.5 billion sale. yahoo has been struggling in its fight to stay relevant and it was hit with a huge data breach last year. yahoo expects the sale to close next week. tesla is giving people a peek at its upcoming compact suv. the model y. elon musk's company unveiled this photo during a recent shareholder
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meeting. the picture suggests the suv is set to have a front window and likely headlights but a key feature missing from the ride, side mirrors. the model y is expected to debut in late 2019 or 2020. facebook is trying to make it easier for victims when disaster strikes. the company launched a new feature called disaster map. it will allow users to send information to aid organizations. people will be able to mark where they are and what they need. facebook says the goal is to paint a clearer picture of what resources are needed and where people are moving to get out of harm's way. coming up in sports, the giants have trouble closing out their final game of the road trip. and game 4 of the nba finals is hours away. which means the "dubs" could be hours away from being crowned nba champs. it's all coming up. >> ah, but first, what's cool about summer camp? email your nomination to us at, and we may feature your school or camp on the thursday morning show.
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in just a few hours the warriors could be celebrating their second nba championship this decade the first for the newest warriors kevin durant. he finds himself one win away from his first nba championship. while expectations were high when he signed with golden state, he didn't envision a 15- 0 start to the post-season. >> i didn't talk to these guys when i made my decision and -- and say we better make it to the finals and be up in the series around this time. this is our date or i'm not coming.
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i mean, it was just --have some fun playing ball. let's just all get better and see what happens. the giants hoping the brewers didn't race pack them for the third straight day. in the ninth shaw tied the game with a single but milwaukee strands a potential go ahead run at third. so we go to extras. in the tenth hunter pence with a pinch hit single scoring hernandez for the go ahead run. they win 9-5 to split the four- game series. the giants finally back at home tonight 7:00 start against the minnesota twins. i'm andrea nakano for kpix 5. now 6:25. a heated exchange next what draymond green's mother is saying this morning after she got into an argument during game 3 of the finals. >> and vindication for president trump in regards to
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the testimony of former fbi director james comey. the latest fallout next.
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in both fires, the stage of completion of the building was around the same. >> a look at the man the atf says is a possible suspect in a pair of devastating fires. plus -- >> those were lies plain and simple. >> reporter: former fbi director james comey delivered dramatic testimony on capitol hill. this morning, president trump is firing back! as the warriors try to sweep the cavs tonight, a look at where you can go to watch game 4 of the nba finals. >> first today, governor jerry brown will make a push for california to keep fighting
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climate change! good morning, it is friday, june 9. i'm brian hackney. kenny is off today. >> i'm michelle griego. time knew is 6:30. kpix 5's jessica flores is live in san francisco on why his latest push entails officials from germany. jessica. >> reporter: the governor just got back from china where he talked to leaders for five days about climate change and his efforts to reduce emissions in california. he is doubling down on that today meeting with the german minister of the environment here in san francisco part of the under two coalition. that's a pact between governments to reduce emissions emissions. california is still in. the details of the agreement with china. it's just a symbolic trip making california a partner on
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environmental issues. >> we're going to stick to our commitments. and we'll do everything we can to get the whole united states of america fully supporting all the efforts needed to decarbonize america's economy. >> he has 18 months left on the job making climate change one of his final acts in office. today he meets with the german minister here in san francisco and later around 11 a.m. they will both be speaking to the media about what they discussed. we'll be there amend bring you the latest at noon. jessica flores, kpix 5. we are looking at sfo the nation's 7th busiest airport. maybe slowed down by fog. it used to be highway 17 before the feds forced us to rename
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everything. it's now 880 these days. >> it's a history lesson with brian. they said you want money? it's 880. >> not the 880. >> i don't know why you do it. >> i was just clarifying. [ laughter ] fog and clouds will clear out. the golden gate bridge shrouded in fog this morning. although traffic doesn't look too bad on the golden gate bridge. we'll have traffic coming up in just a second. in the meantime, current temperatures are mild near 60 for concord, oakland, livermore. 56 san francisco. 57 in santa rosa. clouds clearing out by midday for most. you will see plenty of sunshine later today. they move back in this weekend. your full forecast coming up. first here's jaclyn with
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traffic. >> we are tracking a big rig blocking two lanes along northbound 101 in san jose. it's right as you approach 680. expect slowdowns on that stretch. you can see speeds drop just below 30 miles per hour. and it's starting to get a little slow along the eastshore freeway although our travel times still showing green. 20 minutes to the foot of the maze. it's 23 minutes into downtown san francisco. here's a look at your ride as you make your way across that span there. sluggish on 880. i know why you say "the" in front of the freeways. you lived in the southland. >> i grew up here. i asked my dad why do i say the 880? do we say that up there? he said that's something you pick up on your own. >> we have a lot of questions about brian hackney. >> there are still a lot of unanswered questions after james comey's bombshell
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testimony yesterday. he appeared before a senate committee yesterday and claimed president trump lied. anne makovec tells us how the president is responding. >> reporter: he took to twitter. a lot of people thought he would treat live during the testimony yesterday. he tweeted this morning instead. >> reporter: james comey's testimony yesterday a combination of months of swirling questions about his firing, the russia investigation and whether president trump urged comfortable to end a probe into michael flynn. comey claims that russia did meddle in the 2016 election and feld the president wanted him to end the investigation into former national security advisor michael flynn. comey took that as an order. comey also said president trump was dishonest when it came to the reason that comey himself was firedhe said he promised honesty on . i was also confused by the initial public explanation that i was fired because of the decisions i had made during the election year.
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>> reporter: our legal analyst says comey's testimony leaves a lot of open questions when it comes to possible obstruction of justice. >> is there evidence? can you make conclusive statements was the investigation interfered with? you saw comey dancing around a lot of those questions and not giving direct answers. that's going to be left to the hearings and presented as "evidence" and left to the parties to interpret for themselves. >> reporter: the tone and tenor of the questions vary greatly between republicans and democrats. president trump is going to have a joint news conference with the president of romania. >> many republicans are defending president trump. he is a washington outsider and doesn't know the proper communication between an fbi director and the president. we'll see what happens. james comey's testimony picked out a administrators.
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>> reporter: questions about attorney general jeff sessions who recused himself from ongoing russia investigations back in march and comey also talked about former attorney general loretta lynch saying she asked him to call the probe into hillary clinton's emails a matter, not an investigation. >> all right. anne, thank you. authorities are offering up to $100,000 if you can identify a person suspected of setting an emeryville fire that burned a 7-story housing complex to the ground. the person was seen riding a bicycle up to the development on san pablo avenue before entering the half finished building with a backpack last month. the $35 million project burst into flames. it was the second fire there in less than a year. the same site saw flames last july. authorities suspect arson in the two cases. it's unclear if the same person did it. anyone with information can
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earn a reward for $100,000 at the atf hotline 888-atf-fire. tonight a fundraiser will benefit this paralyzed cal rugby player as he recovers. 100% of the proceeds goes toensuring robert paylor's rehabilitation. tonight's event will feature food, drinks and a live performance by a led zeppelin tribute band. tickets $150. his coach is calling the play that led to his injuries, quote, an illegal foul! coach jack clark says end goal video makes it clear his remarks have sparked a usa rugby investigation. the warriors are going for a perfect play-off record. they are in cleveland tonight to take on the cavaliers in game 4 of the nba finals. ward will jackie ward reports from the watch party at oracle arena. >> reporter: a lot of people get to go inside oracle arena to watch the finals tonight. the fans we spoke to said that
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this is the next best thing to being in cleveland. the warriors organization did this for game three. they opened up the doors and sold tickets for $20. while the players were there in cardboard cutout form only fans said they came to be part of the atmosphere. >> a lot of fans can't afford the game so this is a reasonable price and have a great time with the family. >> reporter: he some people at oracle arena may forget that the actual players won't be running up and down the court in front of them here because the warriors bring out the dancers, the fireworks as if our guys were home. merchandise and food booths will be open, too. parking is $10 cheaper than a real game. life from oracle arena, jackie ward, kpix 5. >> there are other big watch parties going on, too? > >> thunder?
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>> that's right. concord is having it at todos santos plaza on grant street in willow pass road and people are being encouraged to bring their beach chairs, bring some blankets even the local restaurants will have special take-out menus and a food truck will be there, as well. back to you. >> thank you. oracle is kind of like its own city sometimes. >> some fans decided to take up wednesday night's loss with draymond green's mother. mary green was in the stands in cleveland when two cavs fans started heckling her. security calmed it down, no arrests. mrs. green said this. they trash talk and you trash talk back. they can't handle it and they start getting up in your personal space. we all apologize. okay. it ended happily. 21 minutes before 7:00. taking action. still ahead, how much the city of mill valley is spending in hopes of preventing future flooding. >> plus, google opens up about its interests to expands to downtown san jose. >> markets just opened up.
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we'll have kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks next.
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good morning. welcome back. time now 6:43. here's a look at your high temperatures around the bay today topping out in the mid- 70s for the warmest spots in the south bay. 71 palo alto. 71 mountain view today. mid-70s for antioch and brentwood. low 70s pleasant hill, danville and vallejo. we're in the mid-60s around the bay today. 57 richmond. 61 sausalito and san francisco. lakeport. temperatures below average, cooler still this weekend. details coming up. >> still doesn't look bad the port of oakland is
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reaching a new milestone. its import volume reached a two- year high. they handled more than 82,000 of those container ships this year up a percent from 2016. the overall volume of imports increased more than 2%. i guess that's good news so far this year. the port will head now into the busy summer season. google is speaking out about the warm welcome it's getting from san jose city council members as the tech giant works to build a massive campus in the city. google is having discussions with city officials about constructing six million square feet of office and research space near the s.a.p. center and diridon station. in a statement the company said, we are excited to have the support of the san jose city council as we evaluate options at diridon station. sirius/xm is investing in internet radio and is the sun setting on the solar energy boom? >> we'll find out from kcbs radio's financial reporter
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jason brooks. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. sirius/xm is taking a $480 million investment in oakland- based pandora. as part of the deal, sirius will also get three board seats with pandora, including the chairman role. now, there have been reports that sirius was trying to buy pandora. cnbc this morning saying that sirius offered $8 a share for pandora but that was under the stock price. pandora said no. investors liked t shares of pandora up over 3% in the early going. investors liked that. solar installations have been on the boom in the u.s. the past couple of years. but the solar industry's energy association says that in 2017, demand will fall by 16%. a big reason for that is that utilities are lowering their demand. utilities make up half of the solar energy market. residential installations will grow by another 2% but that's a big slowdown from last year, when residential solar installations were up by 19%. the stock market off to a good start this morning. let's go to the big board and
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see how we're doing so far. dow is up about 50 points. nasdaq up by 5 after another record close yesterday. the s&p also up by about 5 points. brian and michelle, back to you. >> jason brooks from kcbs radio, thank you. time now for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." norah o'donnell joins us now from new york. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, michelle. ahead, bob woodward right here in studio 57 with how james comey's testimony could affect the presidency! plus, we're in london with the stunning outcome of britain's parliamentary elections! how prime minister theresa may's big gamble backfired. we are inside the country's newest coal mine and how the industry is turning around. that plus the eye-opener your world in 90 seconds. >> see you at 7:00. thank you. now at oh, what is it, it's, um, 14 minutes before the hour of 7:00, let's see -- it's
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14 minutes before 7:00 and it's time for a bent metal update. >> we don't have too much bent metal just slowdowns. >> heavy metal. >> reporter: a big rig is blocking a couple of lanes on 101 as you approach 680. that's slowing your ride down cruising speed just below 30 miles per hour. along that stretch. out of 880 into hayward down into union city 25 minutes from 238 on down to 84. san mateo bridge is in the green but it looks crowded in that westbound direction that's taillights makinger way out of hayward into foster city. no reports of any crashes. very foggy conditions for drivers heading across the golden gate bridge. there is a live look and those headlights if you can see them are heading southbound. richmond/san rafael bridge starting to see that backup build over at the plaza in
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the yellow from richmond parkway and marina bay just under 15 minutes. along the eastshore freeway you'll be tapping on the brakes through albany towards the bay bridge toll plaza or the maze i should say and then from the maze into san francisco, it's a "slow, stop, go" ride. it's in the red. it's just around 25 minutes. 880, 37 and 101 all showing speeds in the yellow. that's a check of your traffic. i'll send it back to you. check on the forecast. we are looking at some fog on the golden gate bridge to start off your day. traffic not too bad. 61 san jose. 56 san francisco. 57 at this hour in santa rosa. the area of low pressure still hanging out off the coast of british columbia. it will move inland this weekend and bring with it some increasing clouds. right now, we're looking at cooler air in place the front that brought us showers yesterday is passed through. what we'll see today clearing skies. the futurecast plenty of
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sunshine by later on today. however, temperatures will not warm significantly. we'll stay below average for this time of the year as much as 10 degrees below average for some spots inland. futurecast shows increasing clouds for your saturday. chance of showers in the north bay. increasing chance of showers in the north bay on sunday. but most of us really just going to notice those clouds and cooler temperatures. this weekend, going to struggle to hit 70 degrees for the warmest spots inland. all of us certainly on the cool side of average. sunset tonight at 8:30. we will see clear skies by sunset this evening. temperature-wise, though, not that warm. here we are in the south bay low 70s for mountain view, san jose, 74 fairfield, 72 in livermore, and 72 in concord. 67 your high temperature in oakland today. 70 redwood city. 61 san francisco. upper 50s along the coast. 58 pacifica. 72 napa. 72 in santa rosa. heading out to the giants graeme today grab a jacket. we'll see partly -- game today, grab a jacket. we'll see partly cloudy skies
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tonight and temperatures near 60 overnight. this weekend in windsor partly cloudy 70 degrees for the hot air balloon classic. partly cloudy and mild 70 for the livermore rodeo. and if you are heading to san francisco for the haight- ashbury street fair, grab a jacket. a mixture of sun and clouds, 62 on sunday for the street fair in san francisco. a look at the extended forecast shows some fluctuating temperatures here over the next few days. we are starting off today in the mid-70s with the warmest spots inland. 60s by the bay. upper 50s along the coast. and we will likely see sunshine for most of this afternoon. now, increasing cloud cover for most this weekend. decreasing temperatures struggling to hit 70 both saturday and sunday for the warmest spots inland. 60s by the bay. and upper 50s along the coast. could see a chance of some north bay showers this weekend. monday we start to clear out. tuesday temperatures begin to rebound. we're back into the mid-80s for the warmest spots wednesday. upper 80s by thursday. and really we'll start to feel a little more like june around
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here by the end of next week. so waiting for warmer weather? it is on the way. just hang in there. give me about five days. [ laughter ] >> back to you. five days, julie. that's it. all right. thanks so much. mill valley officials are moving forward with a $375,000 project to study the city's storm drainage and flood control systems. they are trying to reduce the flood risk in town. the city already has $265,000 in its budget to get the ball rolling. the project will include the formation of a flood task force, community outreach and an analysis of the existing flood control systems and improvements that could be considered. well, let's continue this plouffeial theme. there is a setback on the repairs at oroville dam. lawmakers are denying funding to repair levees in the area. democrats are trying to get money from the state budget but the levees were damaged when the dam overflowed. if it isn't fixed the levees may not work probably in flood
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or earthquake. the fired fbi director says you cannot trust president trump! this morning the president is responding to james comey's bombshell testimony! >> reporter: and if you are waking up with us in the bay area, we're glad you're watching channel 5 but that means you probably won't make it to ohio for game 4 of the finals. we'll tell you about a big watch party happening at oracle arena tonight.
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because i can't afford to get stuck in the past. comcast business. built for business. comcast business. so now i'm not being perky, telling you that drivers that switch to progressive save an average of $548! whoo! i mean, whoo. i'm jackie ward live in front of oracle arena where game 4 of the nba finals may not be playing in person, but still, the warriors organization is hosting one heck of a party here tonight. they did this for game 3. they open the doors and sold tickets for 20 bucks each for "dub nation." and while the players were there in cardboard cutout form only, fans said they came to be
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a part of the atmosphere. some people at oracle may forget the actual players won't be playing in front of them because the warriors bring out the dancers and fireworks as if our guys were home and merchandise and food booths will be open. a silver lining to the game being played in cleveland tonight? parking here only 10 bucks. live in oracle arena, jackie ward, kpix 5. now it's 6:56. time for your "final 5. president trump is weighing in on james comey's testimony on capitol hill. the former fbi director accused mr. trump of spreading lies. comey's testimony also included comments about attorney general jeff sessions who recused himself from any probes about russia. the president tweeted: calls are growing for british prime minister theresa may to resign following yesterday's snap general election. they originally called that
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election in an effort to increase her majority but it didn'twork. the move has now left britain with a hung parliament. california lawmakers have severed ties between the budget for the uc president's office and the budget for the rest of the university system. the split follows a critical aut it. we expect to learn more about the suspects involved in the ghost ship warehouse fire. the attorneys for derick almena are holding a press conference to fight the case. police also arrested max harris. tonight a fundraiser in el dorado hills is set to help a paralyzed cal rugby player recover. his coach says an investigation is now under way into the illegal hit that caused his injury. and we are tracking an earlier problem. this accident along northbound 87, a two-car crash has traffic backed up to hillsdale. so expect slowdowns there. over at the bay bridge toll plaza, a backup from the foot
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of the maze into san francisco. 21 minutes. speeds in the green on the eastshore freeway, 22 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the maze but we are starting to see a backup building into albany. you will be tapping on those brakes around central. if you are making your way on our other "bay area majors," 580 and 880 in the red. we are still looking at dense fog this morning. visibilities reduced mild out the door. and near 60 degrees for concord, oakland, livermore and san jose. 56 san francisco. 57 at this hour in santa rosa. futurecast shows those clouds pulling back by lunchtime today. we'll see plenty of clear skies later on. but they do roll back in for this weekend and temperatures decrease. so for futurecast, taking you through the day in san jose, we'll show you those clouds starting off gray. and then we do see more sunshine later today. temperatures though still struggling to hit the low 70s in san jose.
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we are definitely on the cool side of average today, cooler still this week. three things to remember as we finish up our show this friday. sunshine returns today temperatures staying below average, partly sunny this weekend with an isolated chance of north bay showers. and warmer and sunnier next week mid- to upper 80s by the end of next week. that hot air balloon classic windsor 70 degrees. partly cloudy this weekend. not actually a bad weekend to get outdoors. livermore rodeo michelle might join you there. and the haight-ashbury street fair. >> did you know how haight is spelled? >> for a long time. >> discussing that earlier today. >> you know, it's friday that's going to do it for us. it's always so much fun to be with you. >> it's so much fun to be with you. >> we'll miss you. >> i'll be texting you. you know that. [ laughter ] have a great day, everyone. >> happy friday! >> oh, yeah. and go "dubs"! ♪[ music ]
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linda macdonald is captioning for you in real time. good morning to our viewers in the west. it is friday, june 9th, 2017. welcome to "cbs this morning." president donald trump faces a battle of credibility with fired fbi director james comey. this morning, the president is launching new attacks on twitter after comey told congress mr. trump is a liar. and a stunning vote in britain leaves prime minister theresa may struggling to stay in power. her risky election gamble backfired overnight. the president wants a comeback for the coal industry. we're 120 feet below ground in coal country with a brand new mine that one small town is counting on. but we begin this morning with a look at today's eye opener, your world in 90 seconds.


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