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off, let's get you up to speed what it's going to be like on tuesday morning. a little bit more in the way of fog, the breeze is showing itself in the west. in land you simply don't get any fog at this time of year, but afternoon highs upper 80s and the east, system gets by tomorrow it will be close enough, we'll see an increase some areas are starting to retreat, cooler pattern waiting on the breeze, it's trying to kick in towards the delta it looks like signs that happening here. 40s for a few more, 50s on the temps here. low clouds breeze, holding up the temps a little bit. so that retains a little quit of that heat, but our system is on the way for not only a cooler and windy pattern but rain for thursday, 50s, 60s,
90s, 80s inland. 7:01 what is on your screen first. we do see traffic on the east shore freeway, steve, it's moderate, i have seen a lot worse i think we are beginning to gradual lightening of traffic for the season, anything can happen, right now the bridge and the maze it's a 42 minute drive, the traffic is moving along okay as you drive through the area. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. spider is there. the traffic is backed up for about 25 minute delay with no major problems. also we are looking at 680 out of dublin. most of pleasant on, 84 is slow as well. we are looking at the peninsula, traffic on 101 through palo alto and mountain view still looks good. san jose is slow. 280 is not downtown, slows near highway 17. northbound on the right you see
it's not too bad. 7:02 let's go back to the desk. two former are tenants in oakland are in custody charged with 36 counts of voluntary manslaughter, joining us live outside the warehouse with more on the story, alex. >> reporter: mike, good morning to you, after a 6 month long investigation the manager of this former artist collective has been arrested, a along with another tenant, prosecutors say that they created unsafe conditions inside of this warehouse here in the fruit vail neighborhood and they knew the risks when they invited people here for a concert at a party that ended with a deadly fire. prosecutors say their actions were simply reckless. >> defendants almeda and harris knowingly created fire trap with inadequate means of escape, they then filled that area with human beings and now is faking the consequences of
their actions. -- facing the consequences of their actions. >> reporter: derick almeda and mark harris facing 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter, one count of each of the people that died, that broke out during an electronic music conference thrown at this warehouse. almeda was taken into custody in lake county and already been brought back to almeda county to face those charges. harris was arrested in la county yesterday and returning shortly. the almeda county district attorney says the victims of that fire were trapped by smoke and flames because the two defendants created nearlyism possible labyrinth for party goer toss try to get out of it was a clouterred warehouse and no chance for escape. the falllies of those who died are thankful for the criminal charges. >> the parents are very emotional when they heard the news. they had been waiting for it, with bated breath, now when
it's finally happened there is a sense of relief that something is being done. >> reporter: while the building manager and that second tenant have been arrested, the owner of this building has not been charged, that is disappointmenting to some of the victims families, district attorney would not comment on weather the owner might face charges in the future. derick almeda is being held on bail. his attorney calling these charges a miscarriage of justice. almeda is scheduled to be a rained on thursday morning both he and the other defendant here, max harris, are both facing up to 39 years in prison if they are convicted on all of those charges, mike. >> all right, alex safe savage in oakland. investigation into saturday's terror attack
continues, reporter joel waldman in london with new information you are learning about the attackers, joel. >> reporter: good morning to you out there, it is afternoon in london and authorities have named a third attacker, he is 22-year-old youssef zaghba who is an italian national who was actually living in east london. intelligence community says he was not on the radar as authorities continue to investigate. more raids here in london as police hunt down connections to three attackers who killed at least seven people saturday. police identified two of the men, one of whom was known to authorities. neighbors say they tried to warn police that 27-year-old ka ram butt was trying to ---khuram but-can you butt.
another suspect claimed libian and who rock can nationality. the u.s. is offering support as the investigation continues. with a trump administration praising the muslim community in london for its response. >> the number of i, mix ams in london. >> life slowly returns to normal, the city gathered for a huge rally monday night. london's mayor delivering a simple message. >> london will never be broken by terrorism. >> reporter: and another victim has been ided as well, 28-year- old boden who is from australia. her family says she was running to help victims when she became a victim herself. >> joe waldman live, thank you. isis has claimed
responsibility for a terror attack in australia. a gunman killed inside of a lobby. >> several hours yesterday, the woman was rescued and a gunman was killed during a shootout with police. three police officers were injured during that same shootout. the gunman has been identified as 29-year-old so mall jan refugee, he had a long and violent criminal record. >> this terrorist attack by a known criminal, a man only recently released on parole is a shocking cowardly crime. >> investigators say it appears the gunman acted alone and the situation does not to be a part of an on going threat. vice president mike pence is unwavering.
>> our enemies seek to divide us. but our alliance faced far greater threats and emerged stronger and more secure. >> vice president spoke at a washing ton dc event last night. nato character at the says an a tack against an ally is considered an attack against all allies. loss vegas received merely $3 million last fiscal year in antiterrorism grants. money went to police training and bomb an hazardous material disposal but the trump administration proposes to cut funding from $605 million down to $440 million. cities will have to kick in 25%. president george w bush created grant after 9/1 but scaled back in his second term. president obama's budget decided to cut budget by half.
jury decided to spare the life of a man who kidnapped and killed their daughter. >> would be lying if i didn't say i was disappointed in the verdict. he'll be able to life, sierra won't. >> jurors deliberated about two days before announcing their decision yesterday. the penalty phase of the murder trial of antolin garcia-torres recommends that he spend the rest of his life in prison without parole. >> lifelong consequences following evil actions. and he can make it right by being honest with himself, his family, our family and with god. >> defense attorneys told jurors that garcia-torres came from an abusive home so he can be around for his children. seeking a new trial, they are expected to question a credibility of the lead
detective which found to give false testimony in another murder trial. it is day 2 of apple's world wide developers conference, big named speaker this morning and what is creating a lot of buzz. home of former 49er, accusations against him this morning. it seems to be a little bit more crowded on some of these east bay commutes as you head out to the commute, also looking at the golden gate bridge in the fog only the span and parts of san francisco. may make it for a slight -- may make for a slightly tough drive. little increase in that fog bank and a huge increase starting tomorrow and yes, we actually have rain in the forecast on the extended outlook.
jose police searched the home of former 49er ray mcdonald last night. the source said that a dancer at an adult nightclub is accusing mcdonald of sexually ly assaulting her in his room. a rape charge against him was dismissed in april when his accuser refused to testify. we are waiting to hear back from san jose police on more information. federal agents arrested a woman in georgia with a top security clearance for leaking classified information to the media. 25-year-old reality lee winner worked as a contractor for the nsa. the fbi side that she confessed that e she pribted -- she printed out an intelligence file and mailed it to an online news out let. there's been a push to crack down on government worksers that leak classified information. >> i don't care if your
republican or democrat you cannot put it out there. i want to see people in handcuff and behind bars. >> she's been charged under the espionage act and can carry a sentence of up to 10 years but most have been resulted in 1 to 3 years. ed the -- white house said that president trump will not stop james comey for testifying. they want to question whether president trump fathers -- pshed him -- pressured him to drop the investigation into the ties to russia. both democrats and republicans say they are hope that comey is able to shed light on the allegations between the coordination between the trump presidential campaign and russia. >> we have no smoking gun but there's a lot of smoke. >> what comey says and how he says it will be important. i can't understand what comey has
done since a year ago and his decisions have been i think highly questionable. >> comey's testimony before the senate intelligence committee is scheduled to begin at 7:00 our time thursday morning. ktvu will have complete coverage of comey's testimony on thursday on both of our channels. join us on ktvu mornings on 2 and indepth analysis as events unfold. if you want to see the complete testimony uninterrupted go to ktvu plus. time now is 7:15. traffic today a fresh new start compared to yesterday, sal. i can only hope that it's better. >> you know, gasia and mike, i think that it's going to start getting better deeper into june. summer school starts but not everyone goes so you know that we are going to have a little bit of a summer break. not much though. let's start off with highway 24 westbound. you can see 1078 slows -- see some slowing in lafayette but it's not bad. we are already beginning to see just a little bit of -- well, lighter traffic
in some areas. when summer officially starts i think that you'll start seeing more. we are going to have a lot of people taking that time off near july 4th and that's how it goes. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. i don't know why it's in the advancing here. let's see if i can get it to advance for you. pardon me. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza and you can see that the traffic is backed up -- there's our spider. a lot of people comment when they see boris the spider on our camera screen. there you go. we are looking also at the commute on 580. it looks good through livermore but 680 from dublin to pleasantton you will see slow traffic. we had a disabled vehicle on the dunbarton bridge. the traffic is slow as you cross that span. today's weather is going to be a little bit different. let's bring steve in. s that's right -- >> that's right, sal. we have more in the way of low cloud
cover and fog. today might be a tall order for some on san mateo coast. morning clouds nice enough to warm. i think that it will be 3 to 5 degrees cooler than yesterday. tomorrow we start to ramp things up, more fog. the cooling begins and we'll see an increase in higher clouds late on wednesday and then rain is on tap north of the golden gate for now as we head into thursday and a cooler and breezy and windy pattern into saturday and then a slow rebound on sunday. in advance of that system we are already starting to see more fog. not bad for this time of the year. it's pretty deep. there's the possibility of record rainfall amounts on thursday, june 8th for redding, blue canyon, sacramento and there's some projections of a couple of inches up on the north coast and also the feather river canyon that would be quite impressive for this time of the year. for us locally it's a tough call here as far as south for peninsula east bay, south bay.
some forest models bring it down to san jose bay. probably cleaner closer that. north of that measurable amounts. there's some rain in the forecast. just a matter of is it going to be a little on the heavier side or lighter side. one would think lighter this time of the year but it will be a deep system coming in later on. in advance of that we get that fog. the inland temperatures pretty nice. warm, maybe hot for a few. the water temperatures continue to be very, very cold. that fog has mren toy to work -- plenty to work with. breezing picking up, west, southeast. the sdsh -- west, southwest. still 48 glen ellen, hillsberg 47, mill valley 49. same for point ray. not too bad there. some fog has made it through the south, san clara valley. not in the santa
cruz mountains. 55 in saratoga. low clouds and fog will hang out by the coast. not all of it but some of it today. inland temperatures zinn. tomorrow it will make a great -- sunny. it will make a greater impact. near 80 degrees today. i think yesterday was the day where we had the warmer temperatures by far. clear lake it will probably take another day before you clear out but most locations will today. still some 80s through the interior but these are close to seasonal averages the time of the year. 50s, 60s, 70s the coast to the pence will. cooler weather on wednesday. >> steve, thank you. a new campaign by google to keep children safer online. next,who -- next, who it is specifically targeting and why. >> bill cosby's sexual assault trial underway but will the accuser's mother be able to take the stand. the late ere coming up. -- the latest coming up. handballer 1: you know what i could go for?
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look at the index this morning. the dow coming back. it was down about 50 points when the bell rang. a live look now, it's down 15 points to 21,168. the s&p 500 is also down a little bit but the nasdaq is now up this morning. 6299. so a approaching that 6300 level once again. shares of google's parent company part of the reason that nasdaq is doing well. alphabet stock prices above the $1,000 for the first time yesterday. it's been reluctant to split the stock that makes the shares more affordable for investors. last week amazon hit that same milestone. analysts saying that both companies should issue a shock politic. google is spear heading a campaign to teach children how to pro -- protect themselves.
google created the curriculum with several online safety groops. the lessons are taylor -- safety groups. the lessons are tailored for kids ranging from age 12 to 18. that's about the time many of them get smartphones. they encourage teachers to use elements of its program if their -- if -- in their classrooms. fewer men are going to college. women make up 60% of the bachelor degrow holders and -- degrow hold -- degree holders. more young men are passing on college to avoid student loan debt or dropping out freshman year to take advantage of over options like going to a trade school. if you're planning a summer trip you have time to get cheap air fare. according to cheapair.com today is the cheapest for air travel. there are a few more though. july 4th, august 22nd for some reason, september 12th also have been rated the cheaper
days to fly. they all fall on a tuesday. fare compares said that sales start tuesday before noon. that's the day to start looking for the flights. the most expensive days to travel usually fridays and sunday. >> okay. >> reporter: a lot of that is because you are competing especially here in california with business travelers. >> exactly, heading up and down the state. >> tuesday to tuesday it is, pam. thank you. >> thank you , pam. fans talking about ryan heely this morning. he helped the a's last night against the blue jays can two big homers. the first came in the 2nd inning when the blue jays were up by 1. he put them up 3-1. in the 4th he hit another two-run homer. that's all the a's needed. 5-3 was the final. it was all about pitching for the giants as they took on pretty good milwaukee brewers team. ten batters were strung out in 7 innings without allowing a walk.
that puts semarja at 59 strike outs. the giants were down by one in the 5th but edward nunez was able to tie it up. it just kept getting better from there. the skrients -- giants won that game 7-2. a big grass fire in the east bay shut down traffic on a busy freeway yesterday afternoon. there's a new warning today from cal fire as we are officially started the wild fire season. eason. >> former first lady michelle obama scheduled to speak this morning at the worldwide apple developers conference. >> now getting some more slowing into the silican valley commute as you look at 280. it's filling in quite a bit on the way up to cupertino. >> high pressure won out yesterday. with some fog it burned off pretty fast.
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>> a quiet one in the park. there's pen -- plenty of fog unless you're in the back 40 and don't get fog unless it's the wintertime. summertime fog is there. yesterday it burned off fast. even up and down the coast sunshine. today more of a play in the weather forecast. so fog or sun it will still be warm inland but i don't think it will be as warm for most as it was yesterday. maybe down 3 to 5. 50s and 60s by the coast. 7 70s around the bay. georgia mckra said that it's been 46 days since the last precip fell her. 46, 47. i think today is day 48. we have a system on the way. it sure looks like if you don't get rain around you will get the dridz l. -- drizzle. tomorrow will be a bigger impact. this is a pretty oppressive system for june and it's going the give -- going to give us a noticeable cooling trend before the cloud cover getting -- gets here. today subtle changes. the delta breeze is
beginning to kick up its heels and i think it will crank up to 40 miles per hour. 50s to 60 for some. so we are still warming up for a few. i think this afternoon more of that western broez. -- western breeze. tomorrow everything begins to change as this dives into the picture. 80s for most. 7 :31. you said that santa clara valley is picking up or did i misunderstood? >> you are right, steve. we have more slow traffic getting into the valley 678 ue -- valley. remember that more people will be around the convention center in san jose. we will start with some of the east bay commutes here and you can see that the traffic is going to be slow on highway 4, it is going to be slow as well as you drive on 680 southbound through walnut creek. so it's a full strength commute. then 680 out of pleasanton some slow traffic there heading down to the grade.
580 is not bad. then you go to the peninsula where traffic is going to be slow. we talked about the traffic in the south bay. steve mentioned it. we also have a lot of traffic around the convention center in downtown san jose for wwdc, which is in day two today. a lot of people are going to be attending that. you should be aware of it. there's 280 northbound heading up through downtown. it's a little bit more crowded than usual. it could be that or it could be just a bunch of things getting up into the valley. please give yourself plenty of extra time as you're driving through. the bay bridge toll plaza is moderate. back to the desk. former first lady michelle obama is about to speak at the apple worldwide developers conception. her visit came as a prize to many, ali. >> reporter: yes, tim cook made the announcement yesterday but he didn't see specifically what
michelle obama, the former first lady would talk about. he just talked about empowering people from all walks of life. as early as 4:30 outside of the convention center there were people in line making sure they had a seat in the room for the former first lady's appearance. michelle obama's speech is being billed ads -- billed as a fire said chat. she will sit down with lisa jackson for that. she's the former head of the epa of the obama administration. she's now an executive at apple heading up the environmental initiative. people in line waiting for the speech this morning hope to hear the former first lady talk about environmental issues but some of them say they are just happy to hear her discuss just about anything. >> so i think that it's amazing to actually be in the same room as her. >> i hope she talks about all the good things that -- all the scientific approaches and the way to change things some. just to been spiring.
-- to be inspiring. >> reporter: about an hour ago security began moving that line of people into the front of the convention center. so the crowd that was out here this morning is now closer to the front doors. it looks like they have actually opened the doors to mchenry convention center for this second day of the worldwide developers conference. former first lady michelle obama is scheduled to speak at 9:00 this morning. according to apple, her speech will not be live streamed or filmed. back to you guys. >> ali, thank you. apple also unveiled the home pod. it's a smart speaker that's expected to challenge the amazon echo and google home devices by bringing music and siri into your living room. the home pod will cost $349. this is the first major new product from apple since the apple watch was unveiled in 2015. a new feature in apple's latest operating system could make the roads safer. there will be a do not disturb while driving mode in ios 11. once that feature is turned on you
will not be able to get information on your telephone and your phone can detect when you are driving. notifications will be muted. your screen will remain dark when you drive. an automatic message will be sent to whoever contacts you. a public version of that operating system should be available later this month. firefighters say that it's a timely reminder that fire season is here in california. a grass fire along highway 24 started just before 1:00 yesterday afternoon. it burned about 25 acres. the driver pulled over to the side of the road after his vehicle caught fire near the wilder road exit. flames quickly spread to the grass on the side of that rode -- of that road and right up the field. s it's a fire that -- >> if it's a fire that threatens our house what will we do? we don't have a plan in place. we have to think harder about that. >> eastbound 24 reopened two hours after that fire started but three westbound lanes did not reopen until 6:00 last night. firefighters say that a wet winter has created a new danger in some areas, 6 foot
tall dry grass that's fuel for fires. authorities in orlando are still trying to determine why a former employee shot and killed five people yesterday at his former workplace before taking his own life. investigators say that 45-year-old john neumann came from through a rear door into fiamma incorp. -- incorporated and started shooting. deputies searched his mobile home yesterday looking for clues. he was fired in april but it's not clear why. all of the vims cleared were -- victims killed were targeted. >> i thought that it was possible another terrorist attack. i was hoping for the best. >> he was certainly singling out the individuals that he shot. >> knew neumann has a rord of minor -- record of minor charges and in 2014 he was accused of assaulting a coworker. police were call ed but he was never charged. police in southern california are looking for the woman accused of stabbing her daughter and two grandchildren killing one of them. police say
that the suspect, nicole clark was put in a mental institution in 2005 after stabbing her son and pushing her daughter out of a moving vehicle. she was released in 2010. now 12 years after that incident her daughter was seen running out of their apartment yesterday after being stabbed asking a neighbor to save her children. >> at that point i ran upstairs to check on the kids because she's saying go get my babies. as soon as i walk in i see the younger one face down on the sofa with multiple stab wounds in her back. just look at your extended forecasting lifeless -- just looking lifeless. >> the 18-month-old was killed. the daughter and 5-year-old granddaughter are recovering after surgery. at this point police are still looking for her. here's her picture on the left. she was last seen in a 2013 black hyundai, the license plate is on your screen. the sexual assault trial of comedian bill cosby has resumed this morning in philadelphia.
the 79-year-old cosby appeared at court just a couple of hours ago. today the trial judge will decide if one of the mothers of one of his accuseers -- accusers can testify. yesterday a woman who worked for his agent accused him of assaulting her. >> there will be an argument over whether any client's mother testifies. apparently the defense doesn't want that. >> cosby was joined in could court by the actress who played his younger daughter on the cosby show. she told reporters he's innocent until proven guilty. later this morning the california supreme court will consider a legal challenge to proposition 66. the ballot initiative designed to speed up california executions. proposition 66 passed by a slim majority in november. it requires all death penalty appeals to take place within 5 years of sentencing. opponents say that would cause the court to prioritize death penalty cases at the expense of other cases. the supreme court has
three months to issue a ruling. it's now been 3 years since voters approved proposition 46, triggering the relow -- release of thousands of prisoners. it reduced the penalty for low level crimes from a fell ony to misdemeanor releasing 5,000 inmates from state prison. proposition 47 required that the money saved be spent on program aimed at keeping former inmates from returning to prison. >> nothing stops a crime let's say other than a job. so if you get housing and you've got a job then i think that you are on your way to a real fund meantly solid life. >> alameda county is getting $6 million in prop 47 money over the next 3 years. another arrest in london over night. coming up in the 8:00 hour the latest on the investigation into saturday's terror attack. >> first the warriors are in cleveland, ohio this morning. more on game three against the
cavaliers and a watch party to join hundreds of other warriors fans to cheer the team onto victory. >> good morning. we do see a lot more slow traffic out there. we get into the peak of the commute on 80 westbound approaching, we'll tell you more apt -- about the bay bridge. >> sunshine for many today. 508 er -- cooler compared to dwred. a big -- compared to yesterday. a bigger fog bank. speaking of a bigger fog bank, it will really be on the move tomorrow. more about that coming up. ♪ ♪ isaac hou has mastered gravity defying moves to amaze his audience. great show. here you go. now he's added a new routine. making depositing a check seem so effortless.
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nba finals but they know this series is far from over. how the warriors plan to make sure that history does not repeat itself. >> it was one year ago that the warriors took a 2-0 finals lead over the cavaliers. >> cleveland will have to regroup. >> and regroup it did. win ingning game three and ultimately shockingly winning the series. >> razzle-dazzle. >> here we are begin, they blow out the cavs twice at home and head to cleveland. >> trust me, we know. it was 2-0 last year and we lost. this is where the series changed. >> why will it be different this time around? well, there's several reasons. first, the history itself. >> know ing what a real game in the finals in cleveland is like, the crowd gets crazy. we have to do the little things to withstand their runs they are going to make. >> then there's kevin durant.
put ing ting up historic post-season numbers. >> i'm just trying to play hard. i keep saying that. just play hard every possession. >> with kd leading the way, the warriors have done nothing but win. an nba record 4 -- 14 straight playoff games. more than that, it's how they won, in remarkable fashion by an average of just under 17 points per contest. >> this team is playing at another level, one rarely if ever seen in this sport. that is the biggest difference from a year ago. the ora of invincible. >> so while winning in cleveland is far from a given, a championship appears close to a given. >> we just have to keep going and keep our foot on the gas and keep getting better every day. >> this year's group will make sure of it. >> scott reese, ktvu fox 2 sports. >> game three tomorrow night in cleveland at 6:00 our time.
game four also set for quicken loans arena. if the cavs one they will return to oakland for game five on monday night. >> there are warrior watch parties across the bay area tomorrow like last year's finals. there will be a giant screen at the san francisco center plaza. it's family friendly. no alcohol allowed. the bar warriors are hosting several watch parties at restaurants, the alameda theater and the arena. the cost to get in there is $20. proceeds go to the warriors foundation. stay with us on ktvu throughout the week as ktvu sports anchor john fonzi will deliver reports if cleveland. the san jose earthquakes will introduce their new team presidents. tom fox will take over for dave who is leaving because he's the president 06 the oakland a's. he joins the quakes after 2 years as being the ceo the english football
colleague. san jose has played 15 dames -- games and won 350i6 -- won five of them. let's check in with sal and that morning commute. >> hey, mike and gasia. it doesn't look too bad although we are seeing slow traffic. definitely noticing just a little bit of lighter commutes in some areas. let's start off with the bay area and you will see that r -- bay bridge and you will see that the traffic is going to be backed up for a 20 minute delay. no major issues on the span getting into san francisco as you drive through. it's kind of hard to ignore that spider isn't it? this is northbound 880. you think see some slow -- you can see some slowing. you might say that it looks kind of the same. it's just a little lighter. highway 4 issing -- is packed up through pay point and concord. so we've had a couple of incidents be understand -- but mostly slow
traffic. 680 is slow from concord not quite into danville. highway 24 is slowing down as well on the way in. so we do have a lot of low -- slow traffic coming in here as you drive towards the tunnel. let's move along and take a look at 680 as you drive southbound through pleasanton you are going to see slow traffic as welch even though -- as welch -- well. some commutes look better and some not. let's bring steve in with the forecast. >> thank you, sal. yesterday the upper 80s to near 90 degrees. today we will ease back a little bit on those temperatures. hazy sunshine unless you are stuck in that fog. therest a dr there's a -- there's a lot more today on the coast, near the coast and over the bay. fog or sun it will still be warm inland but 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s in the valley. our system is approaching. yes, a cold front here for june. it's working its way towards us. the forecast models have been advertising this for about a
week now. so give them credit. it's still on track and still looks like it's going to bring some rain for some. that's pretty impressive. tapping into good moisture as well. could be some record rainfall amounts for a few. probably not here unless this thing really intensifies. maybe up towards redding, northwest california, sacramento and up to blue canyon talking about some possible record rainfall or at least close to it. now, again, probably not a lot south of the golden gate. a lot of drizzle. this might be a little over done here. napa county, sacramento north looks to be the best opportunity. we will ease into it tomorrow. we will see if they ramp it up or cool it down or decrease it or whatever but it's on its way and it's going to give a dramatic change to our weather pattern here. early thursday it starts to move in long the coast up -- along the coast up to wake county. kind of stays there about the goalen gate -- golden gate. there's thursday at 2:00. look at the cloud cover through friday with
some rain up in the sierras. you will notice a dramatic change. today is just the lead of it. it will be nice if you've -- you're at the coast but the water temperatures continue to be cold and with the front coming in that fog will be ready to go tomorrow west, southwest. it's piking up now -- it's picking up now. the southbound -- sea breeze is getting its temperatures today. pacifica says 49. sanford 55, belmont a 54, san mateo 54. so everybody is close. this system tomorrow will really send in a lot of cloud cover. 60s, 70s, 80s oh to one lone 90 in clear lake. 6 #00s 70s around the bay and then low to mid to upper 80s out to oakwood. 60s in the city. redwood city 76. minute low cooler --
the support of the trump administration. one of the delegates said there could be a huge economic ben fit for c -- benefit for california. we spoke with john grug via skype from beijing. >> for california companies to go to china and sell our products and services that we have there but also to bring their solutions that they have to our state and they have pioneered some pretty incredible solutions. >> the governor's delegation will meet with 75 chinese companies interested in partners with california. -- partnering with california. sdmrtd the -- the governor is considering a government proposal to extend medical benefits to everyone even undocumented immigrants. yesterday a healthcare advocacy groups held signs as a symbolic gesture to encourage the governor to spovrt -- support the proposal. some of the money from a passed tobacco tax would
be used to cover the cost of the expansion. >> they will still be in school, still be in jobs that don't provide health coverage and we need to be able to move that line up to age 26 and we have the opportunity to do it this year in the state budget. >> governor brown could make a decision on the budget proposal as early as this week. san francisco city attorney wants to know more about ride hailing companies uber and lyft and their drivers. subpoenas were issued yesterday for four years of records. he wants to know how many miles and hours the driver's log, what training they receive and what neighborhoods they serve as whether their vehicles are accessible to the disabled. he also filed a state public records act request to obtain the company's annual reports about any data about their effect on traffic safety, congestion and air pollution. new rules for self-driving cars coming. the u.s. department transportation announced yesterday that the trump administration will over haul the guidelines put in place during the obama administration. car makers are looking for rules
that will get rid of barriers like turning over detailed data that delay testing and get their technology on the road sooner. tesla is unveiling the highly anticipated model 3 giving fans a sneak peak. a prototype was on full display in fremont yesterday. it goes from 0 to 60 in 5.6 seconds. it has a driving range of 216 miles. it is expected to sell between $35,000 and $40,000. hundreds of thousands of people preordered the model 3. >> it's a game changer. 6b if he -- even if he sells half as many as people reserved that would be just a ground swell of support for electric vehicles. >> some experts say that it will be a challenge for the fremont facility to meet the kind of demand that tesla is seeing for the new model. they are hoping to produce 500,000
car as year but experts expect the first model 3s to be delivered a bit ahead of schedule. starting today the navigation app waze is expanding carpool service across the state. it's available in most of the bay area and registered tens of thousands of riders and drivers since it launched last may here. riders pay drivers a small fee for gas. they keep payments under $0.57 a mile. that's business travel with your own car for the government rate. some breaking news out of paris right now. what we are learning about police activity taking place at noter game cathedral. more on that coming up. >> here in the golden gate -- golder state, one of the dead -- golden state, one of the most deadly fires history and the two men in jail and the charges they face. >> the
man who killed 15-year-old sierra lamar is sentenced. why the family is disappointed. >> good morning. it's going to be a little bit slow if you are driving in some areas. also we have slow traffic on part of the bay bridge. we will tell you where. >> you're in for change. not so much today. a little cooler with some more fog and a big change by wednesday into friday. more on that coming up. there's a place like no other... where a walk down main street... where a walk down main street... blah blah blah .. hey! the name's rocket and i need your help! the collector has trapped my friends, the guardians of the galaxy in this weird...freakshow... check it out...this is the joint we're in...
>> and more details surrounding the terror attack in london. we'll have the latest in a live report. mornings on 2 continues now. >> this is ktvu mornings on 2. good morning , everybody. welcome back to mornings on 2. it's state tuesday, june 6th. i'm mike. >> i'm gasia mikaelian. steve is tracking some weather changes that we are starting the see -- to see and feel. >> for this time of the year big time changes. they are just getting closer. there we go. a lot of low clouds and fog. that is corrected. we -- correct. we are starting to see more in the low cloud deck. morning clouds, sunny and nice, still warm well inland. tomorrow more fog and cooling begins even for the most inland location. clouds rain, rain, rain of cooler and windy on thursday, friday into saturday. you can see mike's private jet parked right there. they are washing it. >> in my dreams. >> the system model is getter -- the system is getting closer.
the model latched in on this. this whole front is going to work its way in. not today. start ing ing tomorrow evening and then takes -- tashging -- taking us into thursday for an opportunity for rain. we have more clouds, more so today compared to yesterday. that on shore breeze is beginning to pick up. it's not howling yet but there's there and i expect tomorrow to be 35 to 40 miles per hour. 60s for a few. we are recovering pretty quick here. i think that it will be a little bit of a breeze. 40s in the santa cruz mountains, gilroy right at 50. 59 or campbell, cupertino. so we are on our way to warm up away from the coast but i think that breeze wins out over time in the next two days a big change here. 50s, 60s, 70, still some 80s inland but cooler than yesterday. at 8:01 the man with a plan on the traffic will tell you -- >> [horns honking] >> what are all those horns?
what about that? that guy. >> there's always someone honking in traffic. >> good morning to you at home. if you're about to hit highway 24 some stop and go traffic. i'm not sure anyone is going to be honking but there will be some slow traffic on 24 as you drive through the lafayette area. it's slower this morning as the crowd is there on the why to the tunnel. we've had a couple of earlier incidents be you most -- but mostly it's been slow traffic. the bay area is slow -- the bay bridge is slow as welch l -- as well. it's improving on the 880 ramp. that makes it easy believe that maybe it will get better. no problems at the bay bridge. here's 880 northbound getting up to the coliseum. the traffic is going to be slow as you pass oracle arena. traffic is moderately head out to the pane la. -- peninsula. slow traffic on highway 4 and 680 and interstate 80 0 into
berkeley. two men are behind bars accused of being criminally responsible for the death of 36 people in last december's ghost ship warehouse fire in oakland. they said that the defendants acted recklessly. alex savage is live to tell us more about the two men now in custody. alex. >> reporter: gasia, good morning to you. the manager of the ghost ship along with another tenant are accused of knowingly creating a fire trap with unsafe construction and electrical wiring inside the place. prosecutors say that the two men acted recklessly when they filled the building with party goers before the deadly fire broke out. this morning derick almena and max ohr are facing 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter, one could want for each of -- count for each of the people who tried during the fire
at the electronic music concert. almena was taken into custody in lake county yesterday and already been brought back to alameda county. harris was arrested in l.a. county yesterday and will be returning soon. the district attorney said that the victims of the fire were trapped by smoke and flames inside this cluttered warehouse because the two defendants created what she described as a nearly impossible place to get out of. >> they allowed floor to ceiling quantity ies of highly flammable materials that created a deadly and dangerous place. the building had no fire sus presentation or light -- suppression or lighted pathways to get out. >> reporter: in a statement almena's attorney called this a miscarriage of justice and an attempt to scapegoat the building's manager. almena is being held on a million dollars
bail at the santa rita jail and scheduled to go before a skruj for his a-- judge for his arraignment on thursday morning. meantime max ohr harris, the other department -- defendant is still in l.a. county but expected to be brought back here. they both face 39 years in prison if convicted. by the way, no charges have been filed against the owner of this building, that is something that was disappointing to some of the victim's families, the district attorney ga -- gasia would not comment if charges would be filed at some point in the feature. >> right. alex, live in oakland, thank you. breaking news from over seas. a man armed with a hammer attacked a police officer in paris, france. we are bringing you live pictures from the scene in paris. you can see at least two police in this picture alone. the i want understand -- incident happened near the notre dame cathedral. we know that the officer shot and wounded the attacker who by some reports was said to be armed with a hammer.
authorities have told people not to enter the area. they are still investigating what happened. certainly paris is under high security after a string of terror attacks have happened in just recent years. it is unclear if what happened just minutes ago is in any way terror related but police are telling poo especially to stay a-- are telling people to stay away from the area. we will stay on top of this. heavy security throughout london as the investigation into saturday's terror attack continues. joe wadman -- waldman is live from london this morning with more information about the attackers. joe. >> reporter: mike , good morning to you. it is afternoon out here in london. authorities have named that third attacker. he's a 22-year-old. he is an italian national of moracan devent living in -- decent living in east london. he -- the intelligence community said that he was not on their radar. >> more raids here in london as
police -- hunt down connections to three attackers who killed at least seven people on saturday. police identified two of the men, one of whom was known to authorities. neighbors say they tried to warn police that the 27-year-old was trying to radicalize their children. >> police asked the community to tell them and when someone gives some kind of information it's just taken and put away. >> another suspect claimed this ed libyan nationalality. the u.s. is offering support as the investigation continues with the trump administration praising the muslim community in london for its response. >> the number of islams in london have condemned these attackers. that's what has to be done. >> as life slowly returns to normal the city gathered for a huge rally on monday night. london's mayor delivering a simple message. >> london will never be broken
by terrorism. >> reporter: another victim has been id'd as welch she's -- as welch she's -- as well. she's 28-year-old christie bowden of australia. she was running to help victims when she became a victim herself. mike. >> joe , thank you. isis is claiming responsibility for a shooting and hostage situation in australia that is being called a terror attack. police say that a gunman killed a man inside the lobby of an apartment building and then held a woman hostage for several hours yesterday. the woman was rescued and the gunman was killed during a shoot out with police. three police officers were injured in that same shoot out. the gunman has been identified as a 29-year-old refugee. police say he had a long and violent criminal record and that he was one of two men akuwaited acquitted of plotting -- acquitted in 2010 of a failed
attack. >> terrorist attack by a known criminal, a man who was only recently released on parole, is a shocking cowardly crime. >> investigators say that it appears that the gunman acted alone and that the situation is not part of any on going threat. today is day two of apple's worldwide developers conference. in minutes the big named speaker getting ready to speak inless than an hour and the apple products. >> the man can i convicted of killing 15-year-old sierra lamar learned his fate. why the girl's family is disappointed by the decision.
we want to bring you up to speed on breaking news in the central valley here. this is live pictures out of the city of stockton. firefighters at the scene of what is being called a four alarm fire. this broke out just about 45, -- 40, 45 minutes ago at the apartments. >> we know that units from four different fire stations are at the scene. witnesses say that fire crews had to rescue people from the fourth floor. it's the third and fourth floor and the attic of this apartment building that's on fire. just learned from stockton fire they are starting to rotate out their crews. crews have been fighting the fire now for more than 30 minutes. they are also
reporting a partial collapse of the roof. you can see this fire is sending up a lot of smoke. people reporting it from sacramento so we are staying on top of this fire here. >> you notice on the bottom right part of that building you can see what appears to be a ladder truck and a firefighter going up towards the top. not a lot of active flames. a lot more smoke than actually -- than actual flame here. a big response to the mayfair apartments there. >> we will stay on top of this fire as it continues as the fire fight is on going. we will bring you more later on. attorneys for a convicted killer antolin garcia will seek a new trial in september. >> the lawyers said they remain convinced of his innocence. the jury recommended that he spend the rest of his life behind bars. >> after that happened jesse la gary spoke to the parents of sierra lamar who hoped for a death sentence. >> if the end the verdict was not what steve lamar looked for.
disappointment with his heartache. sgrs he dominican republic -- >> he gets to live his life and sierra doesn't. his family doesn't grieve and we do for the rest of our life sglchs at the dr >> life. >> at -- our life. >> at the hall of justice the jury delivered their sentence, life in prison without the possibility of parole for the murder of sierra lamar. >> i feel at peace that he will not be on the streets to harm another child. >> last month the same panel found garcia guilty of kidnapping an kidnap -- and murdering sierra and three other crimes dating back to 2009. the morgan hill teenager went missing in 2012 on her way to school and her body has never been found. >> in garcia has one ounce of humanity or a shred of humanity in that coldhearted murder's
heart i call on him today to tell us where sierra is so we can bring her home. >> prosecutors used a mountain of evidence to win their case that included garcia being in the area minutes before the 15 -- 15-year-old disappeared, her dna on a rope in his trunk of card and his dna on her clothing found in a field. >> human justice can hold the guilty account and but -- accountable but it cannot resurrect the dead. there's no joy in this verdict. >> defense lawyers argued mitigating factors meant life behind bars. garcia came from a home with verbal and physical abuse and asked the panel to spare his life so he can be a positive influence on his own children. >> for the lamars, this verdict ends more than 5 years of waiting for justice and brings a
small measure of hope. >> what is next is just trying the move on with our lives. >> garcia could bring closure to the lamar family if he tells them where sierra's remains are located. that could be the reason why the jury went with a life in prison without the possibility of parole instead of the death sentence. >> defense attorneys will be back here to argue for a new trial because the lead investigator in the case was found to have given faulty testimony in another murder case. outside of the hall of justice in san jose, i'm jesse la gary, ktvu fox 2 news. let's check in with sal castanda. it's a quarter after 8:00. light and heavy out there. >> it's about moderate. we have some commutes that seemed lighter but now have filled in. we'll start off with the bridge getting into san francisco. you can see the traffic on the span itself doesn't look bad getting across into the city. you will see the traffic is backed up though at the toll mra -- playoff -- toll plaza waiting to get on the bridge. it's a 15 to 20 minute
delay. interstate 880 northbound as you drive out of san leandro it starts to slow driving up towards downtown oakland and on the san mateo bridge we do have traffic has -- that is going to be busy. we have a lot of slow traffic on highway 4. this is not getting any better. it's been kind of steady and slow all morning long. driving from pittsburgh into concord i don't see any improvement here or here as you get down to walnut creek. just a lot of slow traffic. at 8:17 let's bring in steve with today's weather. >> thank you, sal. good morning , everybody. bigger fog bank today. not only up and down the coast but more of a push over the bay. some of that is holding on compared to yesterday when it already burned back to the coast and we absolutely got wiped out later. it's pretty solid for some here today. it's the sign of a really dramatic change here. just the leading edge will edge in today. makerty said -- marty said looking decent. thank you.
carl the fog came to visit this morning but the sun is breaking through. tomatoes say yeah. to things that i heard this spring, why is it so windy and my toe -- tomatoes need heat. if you're inland you had some heat yesterday. why has it been so windy? because we've had a series of systems coming in and that cranks up the wind machine and the water temperatures are very cold. if we had stable high pressure we wouldn't have the ridge but that's not the case. fog or sun today. it will still be warm inland but we'll ease back a little bit on the temperatures compared to yesterday. with ef a cold front on -- we have a cold front on the way right there. the forecast models have been advertising this for over a week. give them credit. i will give the gsf forecast model, ours, the long range out look. an a-plus. it picked up on this before anybody else. loo pg at the fog -- look at the fog and low clouds on the comp. -- on the coast. it's right there. it's only going to increase in the next couple of days. a deep system will drive in for some rain on thursday and then a
cooler pattern all the way into saturday. rainfall could be a little more than this, a little less. i think most of it will be golden gate north. i've seen two-thirds sacramento, blue ridge, redding. they are talking about possible record rain. i doubt it for us. i think a few .100s south of the golden gate. solano north could be okay. the timing on this looks to be early thursday. a system will start to move in with increasing clouds on wednesday night. a screaming breeze along with a big fog bank as this system gets closer. the cloud cover lingers and so does the rain towards early friday. be advised there is going to be a big change and that fog is really flying up and down the coast. for us another day where it's not too bad. the breeze is picking up and i expect that to crank up tomorrow. right now it's not too bay showers into wednesday -- too crazy.
40s, 50s and 06s, i -- 60s, i think more 50s and 60s. inland temperatures still nice but tomorrow that system skreeps if sdsh sweeps -- sweeps in here for a big change. 60, 70s and 80s east bay. mainly 70s or low 80ings for the san -- 80s for the santa clara valley. get ready. it's on its way. thursday look s like a rain day for some. >> thank you, steve. take ing class on what to do when you are pulled over by the police. >> plus. ... >> bill cosby's sexual assault trial is now underway but will an aaccuser's -- accuser's mother be able to take the stand. i'll tell you more coming up.
comedian bill cosby's sexual assault trial is set to continue if pennsylvania this morning -- in pennsylvania this morning. >> yesterday they heard testimony from one of dozens of women who accused bill cosby of sexual assault. >> today judge steven o'neil is set to decide whether or not the mother of one of bill cosby's accusers will be allowed to testify in court. this is day two of the trial. >> there will be an argument over whether any client's mother can testify. apparently the defense doesn't want that. >> on the stand monday a woman named kelly johnson who used to work for bill cosby's agent
claims that she was assaulted in 1996 and told her mother after. >> the mother would cooperate to what kelly allegedly kated -- told her mother about what happened. >> cosby's lawyer questioned her credibility after opening remarks saying they would use cosby's on words to convict him. cosby's lawyer insisting to jurors that constand made up the assault saying that cosby's quote infidelities maedz maed him -- made him as vulnerable. s -- -- >> constand continued to call cosby more than 50 times in the months after. cosby was joined in court by his former tv daughter. >> you are innocent until you
are proven guilty. >> as for andrea constand, he's -- she's expected to take the stand and testify sometime this ebb woo. i'm -- this week. a p a l son bash -- alison barber, fox news. oakland police treat black drivers with less respect than white ones according to surveyers who used 130 hours of body camera video. when the motorist was black police officers were less respectful, less polite, less friendly and less impartial than when the motorist was wife. they noted conferences made by oakland police officers. oakland police have not commented ed but the departments hired a new chief who is committed to changing the department's culture. drivers in louisiana could soon be we quired if take an etiquette
class on what to do when they get pulled over. the goal is to lessen violence between a police officer and driver. the louisiana state senator ryan gody said that he came up with the idea after talking with a former nfl player. >> after the shooting in baton rouge and in dallas last year he contacted me office and asked me to author a bill that helps educate young drivers on how to act when they got pulled over. >> the course would focus on a few basic tips for drivers that include proper documentation available, keeping your hands visible, having your windows rolled down and addressing the officer respectfully. our question of the day, do you think that california drivers should be required to take classes on how to behave when pulled over? yes or no? you can vote on the ktvu twitter page and leave comments on the facebook page. take -- taking a peak at the results so far, 68% of
you don't think that california drivers should be required to take a class. 32% said yes. thank you for leaving your comments on twitter and facebook facebook. we will follow this. a government contractor arrested for leaking information. how it relates to russia and last year's presidential election.
steve with the weather. >> some areas are socked in. there's some break on the sonoma coast. i've seen some around the san mateo, santa cruz coast guarder. there's some banana belts to get the sun. yesterday the sun came out to burn off the fog but not this morning. here in the sunset district, foggy all the way. foggy in the sunset district? i never heard that before. yes, i understand. yesterday the fog did burn off. that's going to be tall harder today. fog or sun, warm inland. not as warm as yesterday but still some 80s there's you the -- through the interior. 70s around the bay. we have a bigger fog bank because there's a cold front. yes, an actual cold front. it will be here until late wednesday until early thursday frp -- thursday. it's quite impressive. you can see the slow clouds fill in around the coast. there's a little bit of a breeze starting to pick up. there's a sea breeze, west, southwest. we will see some
temperatures back into the mid, maybe a few upper 80s but i think that areas like concord and livermore will cool off today, same for areas north down to morgan hill and gilroy. tomorrow low clouds and higher clouds. 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s through the interior. 8:31. today bet ter than yesterday when it was nuts. you're looking at something and that makes me nervous. >> well, i'm looking at the list chp gives us and i just wanted to make sure that when i go on the air that i'm not missing anything because we seem to have had a couple of things pop up recently. we are going to start with the east shore freeway and traffic is going to be okay if if you are driving on the east shore freeway. 32 minute drive getting out to the mcarthur. not too bad but it's crowded towards the bay bridge. you notice that the 880 ramp has cleared out and that is the first sign that things are getting better in this area. northbound 880 slow traffic up to the coliseum.
there's word of an injury crash. police and fire on the way. they were on the way a few minutes ago. they should be arriving. traffic is going a -- doing a little bit -- is going to be a little bit slow. the san mateo bridge is starting to slow down. it's getting different on the morning commute. ill tell -- i'll tell you, you can't tell this to the 50e78 who drive onto -- to the 50e78 -- people who drive oi highway 4. -- on the highway. become to the desk. db -- back to the desk. a man with a hammer attacked a police officer if paris this morning. he was injury and the other officers shot and wounded the suspect. this happened outside of the noter dam r -- doter dam cathedral. the attacker was acting alone and was on the ground after being shot. authorityings say that is -- authorities say that the situation is over. it's unclear if this is terror related.
we know that the french downtowner terrorism -- french counterterrorism office has opened an investigation. new news on the london paris attack. they identified the third attack as a 22-year-old. investigators say this he was not a sub -- subject of interest to police or intelligence services. the other two are 27 and 30 years old. all three were killed by police just minutes a -- after they drove a van into people at the london bridge and stabd people at restaurants and other places near by. 12 people were taken into custody but later released. first lady my -- any which which he will -- any which he will obama -- michelle obama is speaking this morning. >> ali is live with what mrs. obama is set to discuss. okay. you
-- >> reporter: there's 5,000 to 6,000 people register first-degreer this con -- registered for this convention and yesterday many of them learned by surprise that former first lady michelle obama is scheduled to speak to a room full of people at 9:00 this morning. people got in line as early as 4:30 this morning to make sure they could get a spot in the room for michelle obama's speech. apple's ceo tim cook made the surprise announcement yesterday. he told the crowd that mrs. obama will talk about empowering people from all walks of life. michelle obama will be sitzing -- sitting down with apple executive lisa jackson for the discussion. she was the head of the obama efshgs -- epa and now heads up the tech giant's environmental initiative. it's likely that topics about the environment could #k078 up -- could come up including the news about president trump pulling out of the paris climate accord. people we spoke to in line hopes to hear mrs. obama's take on the current events.
>> talking about the environment, inspiring little girls and moving technology forward and what we can do to make a difference in the world. >> the work that she's done and any advice that she would have for other females that want to make a difference and what they can do. >> reporter: now back out here live you can see the front of the mchenry convention center here in san jose. crowds filing in. the door s opened a short time ago. again, mrs. obama's speech scheduled for 9:00 this morning. we are told that it's going to be in the larger auditorium so there should be space for a good number of people to go in and listen. however, apple said that her speech and her discussion will not be streamed live and it will not be filmed. back to you guys. >> ali, thank you. app le unveiled the home pod, a smart speaker that is expected to challenge the amazon echo and google home by bringing music and siri into your living room. it will cost $349. this is the first major new product from
apple since the apple watch in 2015. a new feature in apple's latest operating system could make the roads a little bit safer. there will be a do not disturb while driving ing mode -- driving mode. it will be able do detect when you're driving and the scene will remark dark. a message will be sent to whoever contacts you. a public beta version should be able later this month. -- available later this month. the california supreme court will consider a legal challenge to proposition 66 to speed up the california executions. it passed by a slim majority in november and requires all death penalty appeals to take place within 5 years of sentencing but some say that would cause the court to prioritize the death penalty cases. the supreme court will have 3 months to issue a ruling. federal agents arrested a woman in georgia for leaking classified information to the media. 25-year-old reality lee
winner worked as a contractor for the nsa. the fbi said that she confessed to an agent that she where printed out an intelligence file about russian hacking and mailed it to ing an on -- to an online news out let. president trump is cracking down. >> when you have classified information you cannot put that out there just because you think that it would be a good idea. i want people in handcuffs and to see people behind bars. >> winner has been charged under the espionage act. it carries up to 10 years in prison but most have resulted in prison terms of 1 to 3 years. president trump will not use his executive privilege to stop former fbi director james comey testifying before a senate committee on thursday. one of the topics that lawmakers want to question comey about is whether president trump pressured him to drop the investigation into former white house adviser michael flynn's
ties to russia. both republicans and democrats on the senate intelligence committee hope that comey is able to shed some light on the allegations of coordination between the presidential campaign and russia. >> there's a lot of smoke. we have no smoking gun at this point but there's a lot of smoke. s what comey -- >> what comey says and how he says it will be important. i have not understood much of what comey has done since a year ago and his decisions have been i think highly questionable. >> comey's testimony before the senate intelligence committee is scheduled to begin at 7:00 thursday morning. ktvu will have complete coverage of comey's testimony thursday on both of our channels, join us on ktvu mornings on 2 for updates throughout the morning and in depth analysis as events unfoemdz. un-- unfold. if you want to see the complete testimony watch on our second channel, ktvu plus. a new look at tesla's model 3. how many cars the company plans to build every year to keep up with demands.
>> good morning. you can see that the traffic is still pretty busy in some areas for the morning commute. here on highway 24 getting up to the bart station. mopped looked -- monday looked to be the warmest day of the week. i see no reason to change that now. we'll talk about that and the possibility of rain on thursday. at ikea, we believe that everything you need should be within reach. in an affordable dream kitchen that works as hard as you do. save up to 15% at the ikea kitchen event.
save up to 15% at the ikea kitchen event. we are getting a sneak peak at tesla's new model that's being described as sexy and affordable. >> pam cook is back with the money business. >> keeping an eye on a lot of the local companies. google's parent company al baa amphetamine close -- alphabet closed above $1,000 a share for the first time. amazon stocks also got another bullish report. one analyst put s amazon stock at $1,300 a share. amazon is trading at $1,010 a share. >> markets have fluctuated a bit this morning. taking a live look at the dow it's just down 5 points. the st. seasoned a -- the s&p has been down all morning. >> san francisco's city
attorney wants detailed information about uber and lyft and their drivers. dennis hererra wants to know what neighborhoods they serve and whether their vehicles are accessible to the disabled. subpoenas have been issued for records dating back 4 years. he also filed a request for the annual reports and any data about their effects on traffic safety, congestion and air mroougs. it's r -- air mrus. it's paul -- air mrus. -- air pollution. ub er er and -- uber and lyft are both based in san francisco and have 45,000 drivers in the city. >> new rules for self-driving cars are expected. the u.s. transportation department announced yesterday that the trump administration will unveil new guidelines over hauling the ones put in place during the obama administration. car makers are looking for rules that will get rid of barriers,
for example, turning over detailed data for testing the cars and getting their technology on the road sooner. >> tesla unveiling the highly anticipated model 3 before they go into mass production next month. a prototype was on full displace at a test track in fremont yesterday. it goes from 0 to 60 in 5.6 seconds, hazardous a drive -- has a driving range of 215 miles. it's expected to sale from $35,000 to $40,000. less than a4000 -- than the model s. no more new details but hundreds of thousands of people preordered the model 3. >> the model 3 is a game changer. there's no question. even if he sells half as many as people have already reserved that would be just a ground swell of support for electric vehicles. >> now, analysts say that it will be a challenge for the fremont facility to meet the demand for the new model.
elan musk hopes to produce 500,000 cars a free. the first 100,000 are spoken for. >> aaa said that tesla owners should pay more for insurance. the cars have a high number of claims. the report does not say that's because they break down more often than other cars but more expensive to maintain and they spend to spend more to keep their cars in tiptop shape, the engine and the body. >> right. if i get a ding or scratch i'm like ugh. i have that nice gray color that still hides it. >> thank you, pam. let's see if we can't help you get to where you need to go, work, school, all of the above. sal. >> we have some caltrain delays. train number 323 was slowing down. it's rolling again after a 20 minute delay. it had some engine troublings.
e -- troubles. i'm reading here they were able to restart the -- fix the problem so they didn't have the evacuate everyone from the train. it's set back. again, if you take train number 323 you will be delayed. a look at westbound 580. we have a problem if oakland -- in oakland at highway 13. two lanes blocked with an injury accident and traffic is going to be backd up. now -- backed #u7. now, -- backd up -- backed #u7. -- backed up. the back up is growing. we are looking at the san mateo and durbar bridges. 880 is slow out of san leandro up to downtown oakland then you will see the bain bridge toll plaza is beginning to get better. at 8:46 not a bad day weather wise. let's bring in steve. >> not a bad day traffic wise compared to yesterday. thank you, sir. a little bit more in the way of low clouds and fog. by this time yesterday it was retreating fast. high pressure won out. we had a lot of upper 80s 20 -- 80s to low 90s.
nice temperatures coast and buy, -- bay in the 70s. today morning clouds. sunny and warm if you're well away. there's even a little bit of a western breeze out the back of those. if it maybes -- makes it that far that's a sign it will be cooler. cooling begins, clouds and rain possible north of the golden gate. a cool and windy pattern into saturday as well. today some morning fog. some areas get the sunshine. sunny inland but we'll go from 50s, 60s and 70s near the water to 80ings for most -- 80s for most of the interior. i have a cold front approaching. there it is. it's been advertised for over a week. have to give #24e78 corrode -- give them credit there. i think tonight that the fog will start to lift and play into a huge fog bank and a strong delta breeze tomorrow. you can see the low cloud deck not burning off today. it is not recreating.
-- retreating. it will head back to the coast. west, southwest or south for the breeze. 50s and 60s here. temperatures should call off 3 to 5 degrees from inland highs yesterday. by thursday i'll talk about some rain falling news, weather, and sports of the golden gate -- north of the golden gate. 60s, 70s, 80ings. -- 80s. also for al -- alameda to berkeley 80. 77 san jose, morgan hill 83. it's going to be a tough, tough day to get much sun and warm temperatures on the coast. san mateo, santa cruz 60s. >> i put the rain gauge away for the season but maybe i need to pull it out. >> why? we are not done yet. >> you thought that we were moving forward. >> not yet. the warriors in cleveland this morning. up next, more on game three against the cavaliers
the morning the warriors are in cleveland getting ready for a work out at quicken loans arena. ktvu sports anchor scott reese shows how the warriors plan to make sure that history does not repeat itself. >> it was one year ago that the warriors took a 2-0 finals lead over the california leers. >> -- cavaliers sglchs clear . >> cleveland will have to regroup. >> regroup it did winning game three and winning the series. >> they blow out the cavs twice at home and now head to cleveland. >> trust me, we know. it was 2 hoff 0 last year and -- it was 2-0 last year and we lost. >> why will it be different this time around? well, there are several reasons. first, the history itself.
>> knowing what a road game in the finals in cleveland is like, their crowd gets crazy and we have to do the little things to withstand their runs that they are going to make. >> and then there's kevin durant. putting up historic post-season numbers. >> just trying to play hard. i keep saying that. just play harder. >> with kd leading the way the warriors have done nothing but win. an nba record 14 straight playoff games. more than that, it's how they have won in remarkable fashion by an average of just under 17 points per contest. this team is playing at another level. one rarely if ever seen in this sport. that is the biggest difference from a year ago. the ora of absolute invincible. >> so while winning in cleveland is far from a given, a championship appears close to a
given. >> we just have to keep going and keep our foot on the gas and keep getting better every day. >> this year's group will make sure of it. >> in oakland, scott reese, ktvu fox 2 sports. >> game three is tomorrow night in cleveland at 6:00 pacific time. game four also out there at quicken loans arena. if the cavs win one of those two games they will return to oakland for game 5 on monday night. that's warrior watch parties. like last year's finals there will be a giant screen at san francisco's civic center plaza. the event is family friendly, no alcohol allowed. the warriors are also hosting several watch parties of their own. there are gathering at restaurants, the alameda theater and plex as well as inside oracle arena. if you want to go in the arena that will cost you $20 and the proceeds go to the warrior's charitable foundation. we will deliver reports from cleveland. happening today in the south bay, the san jose earthquakes
will officially introduce their new team president. tom fox will take over for dave who is now leaving because he's now the president of the oakland a's. he joins the quakes after ceo of the club in the english football league. the kwabs -- the quakes will introduce him in a ceremony. their next game is on the 14th against the san francisco deltas. an 8-year-old girl's soccer team was disqualify fied -- disqualified because of a misprint and haircut. mill --i -- millie hernandez led her team to a win because they thoughted that she was -- because they thoughted thought -- thought that she was a boy. a misprint of the team's roster head her listed as male. soccer legends reached out to hernandez offering their help. the grass fire in the east
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disneyland resort. celebrate the summer of heroes, only at hero up! time is 8:57. firefighters say that it's a timely reminder that fire season is here in california. a grass fire along highway 24 started just before 1:00 yesterday afternoon and burned about 25 acres. a driver pulled over to the side of the road after his vehicle caught on fire right near the wilder road exit. flames quickly spread from the grass on the side of the road and up the hill. eastbound lanes of 24 reopened about 2 hours after the fire started but three westbound lanes didn't reopen until after 6:00 p.m. that wet wibtder created -- winter created a new danger. governor brown told an environmental conference in china that he's committed to the fight against climate change
with or without the support of the trump administration. the governor is using his visit to china to meet with chinese liters to -- leaders to partner on clean emergency. he will meet with 75 companies. governor brown is considering a budget proposal to extend medi-cal coverage to all undocumented immigrants. yesterday groups hold birthday signs as a symbolic gesture to encourage the governor to support the proposal. under the plan some of the money from a e -- from a passed tobacco tax would be used to cover the cost of the expansion. two livermore charter schools are in damage of closing -- danger of closing just days before the school year ends. the schools are running out of money and may not be able to pay their teachers. the tri-valley operating the livermore charter
school and charter prep. they filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy through november. the high school has final examines set for next week. the school district may step in and provide funding to finish out the school year. google is spear heading an educational campaign to teach children how to protect themselves from scams, predators and other trouble online. it's called be ger net a-- be internet aware. the lessons are tailored for children from 8 to 12, a time when many children are getting their own smartphones ting -- and other devices. a new report that fewer men going to college. the denver post reports that women make up 60% of all batch already degree holders and half of students in law, medical and business schools. the paper said that more young men are passing on college to avoid student loan debt or they are dropping out freshman year to take advantage of other options such as going to trade school.
arrests made in the deadly ghost ship warehouse fire. what is next in the criminal case against the two suspects. >> and michelle obama is in the bay area. what the former first lady is doing now at day two of apple's developer conference. >> putting down the tron -- tron electronic -- electronics for out door fun. happy tuesday morning. a loov -- live look at levi stadium. a couple of birds making their way out to the runway here. june is here. if i had to take off right now i would go up to alaska. >> really? >> yeah. >> wow . >> the airport right there in that shot just made you think of jumping on a plane. somewhere in alaska. >>