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>> durant steps back for three. kevin durant again. >> the warriors are once again champions of the nba. the celebrations on the court, in the locker room, and outside of oracle arena. plus, the warriors championship merchandise on sale right now is all ahead on mornings on 2. >> this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> what a tuesday morning it is. june 13th. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and good morning, i'm dave clark. feeling like an nba champ. >> like a true champion. >> i have the champion hat and the shirts. we have them. >> gorgeous. >> a lot of people are getting them this morning. thank you for joining us. steve paulson has been here as well. >> did you pay for those? >> well, steve, we have a friend. >> i know someone. >> friends over your shoulder here. >> yes, there are. right there. as we see a nice day today. nice spring day. it looks like one extreme to the other. last weekend cool and windy and thunderstorms. this weekend, sunny and hot.
before we get there, we have temperatures of -- ♪ rock the boat. ♪ >> there you go. rock the boat. thank you. sometimes the control room gets their feet off of the desk and is clever actually. nice job. 70s, upper 70s to near 80. 60s along the coast. a little bit of fog in the san mateo and santa cruz coast. warmer temps are kicking in. but the snow is over for now in the sierra nevada. yes it snows in june but about every five to ten years. people think i make that stuff up. that was from the weather center in reno. not that much snow. that was pretty heavy. we had cool lows. still do for a few. they will rebound for a few here. concord pavilion, 78. ex isn't for the patchy fog, it is good to go for sunshine. there goes the low as it heads out and temperatures will warm up slowly.
60s and 70s and some low 80s. all right, sal. 7:01. what can you tell me? >> i can tell you that today we have a slightly better than normal commute. just slightly. i'm not talking about a or b but i'm talking about a c plus. it's not as bad as it could be. let's start off with 280 in san jose and start off with traffic there. it is not too bad but a little bit slow getting into the valley which is typical. it will stay that way, kind of sluggish. it is moving but it is definitely moving slower than the speed limit moving up to cupertino and sunnyvale. the slow traffic on 280 getting up to highway 17. no major problems but also slow on 85 and 101. things are filling in on your way to the silicon valley commute here. southbound 880 also hayward see slow traffic heading south. and drive down to fremont. westbound 580 is a little slow getting into dublin pleasanton
area. and 680 is slow as well. as we look at 880 north and southbound, a couple of areas of slow traffic out of town r. downtown oakland to the coliseum. the bay bridge toll plaza is backed up for about 15 minutes before you make it on to the span. it is 7:03. back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. >> the golden state warriors are champions once again of the nba. nba. >> durant from way outside. a three-pointer. >> wow. the warriors beat the cavaliers 129-120, in case you missed it, to win the championship series four gapes to one. yeah. you feel good, steph. they trailed earlier in the 2nd but had a spectacular 22-2 rally. kevin durant was ridiculous. steph curry had 34 points. eight different warriors players were on the score board.
>> you always can feel like we were so close just breaking it open. that last three minutes was a blur. just pure emotion and energy. you could feel it. >> history, you know. we're going down as one of the best teams ever. and that's a special thing that you cannot take away from us. >> no, you can't. lebron james is incredible. he had 41 points. it wasn't enough. the warriors won their second nba title in three seasons. in front of a sold-out crowd at oracle. >> kevin durant was named mvp of the finals, fulfilling his dreams of winning a championship. i loved it when he hugged his mom and he called her the real mvp. he silented critics foreseeing with the warriors. it was bill russell himself who presented durant with the bill
russell nba finals mvp award. >> to have teammates who encourage you, who lift you up, we all need that in life. you know what i mean? it was amazing to just see that all year. right now, just to be here with these guys, man, it is amazing. >> after the game, durant celebrated with a champagne shower with his teammates in the locker room. durant averaged 35 points in the finals which happens to be his jersey number. [cheering and applause] >> this was an incredible special treat and moment for warriors fans who waited outside oracle hours after the game was over. kevin durant got out of his car. the nba tweeted this, kevin durant celebrating up close and personal with the fans, holding the mvp trophy and the tweet
read the 2017 nba finals mvp salutes dub nation. this is why we play. >> many members of the ktvu news room did not get much sleep last night. >> no. i'm sure that some warriors fans never even went to bed. allie rasmus is in oakland this morning. you have been with us talking more about how warriors fans are still celebrating into yes. a lot of people still basking in the glory of the big win and looking ahead to the victory parade that will happen on thursday. 19th street and broadway in oakland, take a look behind us. you can see people sporting their warriors nba championship gear as they make their way to the b.a.r.t. station. an excited warriors fan there. you see the barricades stacked up and ready to go. this will be part of the parade route come thursday. we will have a more detailed look at the parade route in a second. we want to show you video that
we got before sunrise. city crews switching out the strength in numbers finals banners with new championship banners. before that, hours before that, fans wasted no time celebrating outside of oracle arena right after the game. [chanting] >> warriors. >> reporter: this was the scene last night outside of oracle with fans taking their sweet time to file out of the stadium after the big win. breaking out into cheers and dance parties. some people honking horns in their cars. 9 atmosphere outside was just electric. tric. >> there were cars honking, people hanging out of their cars everywhere. it was so much fun. and then dancing in the streets. it was almost like, okay, maybe i should get out of my car and
dance too. then there were people hanging out of the window. >> we want to see all of the guys. we're excited about just the whole celebratory spirit of it all. just celebration. it is a glorious day. >> reporter: now, oakland and san francisco police say there were a few bonfires and maybe some minor scuffles, but no major incidents or problems to report overnight. fans are now looking forward to the parade on thursday, set to start at 10:00 a.m. the route is pretty much the same as it was back in 2015, starting at 11th and broadway, moving north on broadway along lake merritt and ending at the southwest end of the lake near harrison street. two years ago, b.a.r.t. experienced record-breaking rider ship the day of the victory parade back in 2015. they are of course expecting a similar condition to play out on thursday. we will be talking to b.a.r.t. officials later this morning
about the preparations. about for now, fans are still taking in and enjoying this big victory. the warriors win their second championship title in three years. back to you guys. >> allie rasmus in downtown oakland. thank you. ktvu will have live coverage of thursday's parade. hope you join us starting at # the. we will bring you the parade itself and the celebration all live right outside of the convention center. the time is now 7:09. the fans that couldn't go to the game celebrated in their own ways across oakland. that included a couple of side shows in east oakland. traffic was rerouted around the areas. no serious problems reported. one of the biggest impromptu celebrations was in downtown oakland at 14th street. fans danced and partied right in the middle of the street. now, oakland mayor libby schaaf and the oakland police chief
kirkpatrick will join us on the 9, giving their assessment of the fan celebrations and also telling you more about the preparations for thursday's victory parade. the celebrations were not just in oakland either. we sent sky fox flying around and about to street parties, including this one off of mission street in san francisco. where several hundred people blocked off an area right in front of the mission theater. you can see the people out there jumping over the flames and skateboarding over sparks. police say there were large and happy crowds around the city but no problems have been reported. the time is 7:10. the hottest items, championship shirts and hats. in a minute, we will hear from fan who's lined up overnight to get their hands on that gear. just a couple hours from now, attorney general jeff sessions will testify in front of the senate intelligence committee on capitol hill. the tough questions that he is expected to face.
>> jeff sessions will testify in front of the intelligence committee and will be asked about the continuing russian investigation and if the president is considering firing the special counsel. doug luzader joins us live from washington, d.c. with more on all of this. good morning, doug. >> reporter: good morning. the white house is pushing back on the firing of mueller who has been charmed in looking into the allegations that there was collusion between the trump campaign and the kremlin. jeff sessions is preparing for what will be a very long afternoon.
jeff sessions may have been a congenial senator a few months ago but his former coworkers are not likely to yield much ground as he makes his return today. >> democrats on that committee and smart runs are salivating to go after their former colleague. >> he should not expect softball because he is a former member of the senate. he knows that. >> reporter: right off of the top, he may face questions whether his boss is considering firing bob mueller appointed last month to carry out a criminal probe into possible ties between russia and the trump campaign. >> they attacked the referee and tried to besmirch the reputation of someone like mueller. >> reporter: christopher ruddy says the white house is considering getting rid of him. sessions will also face questions about his contacts with russian ambassador during the campaign. something that he didn't initially addition close. and then there is the firing of
fbi director james comey and whether there are white house tapes of conversations between comey and the president. >> we have much great news to share with the american people today. >> reporter: all of this as the trump administration has been trying to regain footing in recent days. with the president just yesterday holding his first ever complete cabinet meeting. >> he wants this to get -- get investigated as soon as possible and be done with it so he can continue with the business of the american people. >> reporter: as far as sessions is concerned today, we talk about the grilling that he is going to get, bracing himself no doubt for any possible question. it doesn't mean that he will answer every question. and in fact if the questions pertain to conversations that sessions had with the president himself, sessions may simply decline to answer, citing executive privilege. back to you guys. >> very interesting. doug luzader in washington. thank you. the time is 7:15. last thursday former fbi director james comey testified in front of the senate
intelligence committee. more people watched his testimony than game three of the nba finals. so our question of the day is this, how interested are you in jeff sessions testimony compared to james comey? more, about the same, or not at all. let us know what you think by voting on twitter or ktvu.com and you can make comments on our ktvu facebook page. and don't forget you can watch the testimony of jeff sessions live on ktvu plus beginning at 11:30. we will also live stream it for you at ktvu.com and you can get updates on ktvu fox 2 news at noon. the time is 7:16. an illinois congressman has introduced legislation that would preserve presidential tweets as part of the archives. he called it the covfefe act.
he says that the president is going to make policy pro alcohollation so they need to be preserved for future reference. paints in the union school district are holding a press conference saying the district is not doing enough to prevent discrimination against african- american students. last month the parents of a student atmont vista high school filed a lawsuit against the school district. this followed revolutions that there was a kill list printed on social media and wrote that they intended to shoot and kill all african-american students at the high school. it appears that state lawmakers have come to an agreement with governor brown on a final state budget. one sticking point was how to spend more than $1 billion in new cigarette tax revenue from the proposition.
it will go to increasing medi- cal. lawmakers split off the uc president office from the rest of the university. that is in response to a state awed thought had hidden funds in the budget. the legislature must pass it by thursday night to meet a constitutional deadline. >> thank you, gasia. the time is 7:18. sal is right over there. you're watching highway 101 and everything else. >> that is right, dave. we're watching it from novato to san rafael. there is a little bit of slow traffic. here is the payoff once you make the big turn towards 580. traffic begins to ease up. certainly there is traffic but it gets better for that trip to the richmond san rafael bridge with no major issues. also looking at a commute to the golden gate bridge getting into san francisco. it is a nice look weather-wise
too. steve will be here in a minute with a nice forecast that i think you will enjoy. here is a look at the westbound bay bridge. backed up for about 20 minutes before you make it on to the span. and 880 northbound and southbound traffic in oakland looks good. 580 is slow through the altamont pass and 680 is slow heading south to pleasanton and fremont. in the south bay, 280, 101 are experiencing normal slowdowns. no major issues blocking lanes on the way up to your cupertino or sunnyvale office there. 7:19. let's go to steve. >> sal, thank you, sir. mostly clear skies. this will be a -- about a normal spring day. slightly below normal on the temps. that will be the last day that i say that for a while, seven to ten days. high pressure is getting ready to move in. that will warm temperatures up. coast and bay will be near average temperatures. the fog is spilling over on to the golden gate.
it doesn't have much chance. patchy morning fog. morning fog tomorrow and then warmer for most and really warm heading into the weekend. 68 for the city today. low of 52. but the coast and the bay will be close to average. inland temps are running below. there is some of that patchy fog. san mateo coast and the city and down towards the santa cruz coast. that's all i can find. the system that left behind a lot of snow in the sierras moved off. a few clouds lingering northeast california. there it goes. this is a heck of a system. produced many, many reports of hail throughout nebraska and wyoming yesterday. now it moves into the northern plains. that will be the source of the severe weather. this will be a huge weather maker as it moves out. already is. we have a lot of 40s this morning. even though the nights are short and the days are very long. we got down to 44 in scotts valley. there could be some observations warmer than that. soquel at 50.
50 santa clara. they made it down to 46 as well. 27 up in truckee. 44 reno. 50 in ukiah. they were down to 47 degrees. there is some of the patchy fog. that's about all there is. unless you're caught in the fog, everything points to sunshine and warmer temps. not hot yet but slightly below average inland as we talked about and near average coast and bay. look for 60s, 70s to 80s. but by tomorrow, some of these inland temps which have been held in check for the longest time will start their move above average. boy, will they go from one end of the spectrum to the other. it will be hot this weekend. >> thank you, steve. it has the potential to cripple our electric system: also rent electronics before you buy them. the program that best buy is trying to try to keep up with online sellers.
>> a look at the opening bell kicking off today's trading on wall street. the dow jones is up slightly, gaining about 52 points right now. nasdaq also up slightly. new malware could threaten the electrical grid has been discovered. it is being called the indestroyer. that could allow someone to turn off power distribution or
physically damage equipment used in the distribution grid. during a senate hearing yesterday, the national security adviser michael rogers says the u.s. is at risk of a cyber attack that could cripple the system. the time is 7:25. gymboree filed for bankruptcy protection. it plans to stay in business but it's going to close up to 450 of its 1300 stores nationwide. like other stores, the store has struggled because of online competition. the company says the closures are expect today cut the company's debt by $1 billion. lion. well, best buy is trying something new that online retailers are not offering so far. the company is launching a try before you buy program. that will allow you to rent cameras, audio equipment and other electronic products. best buy is teaming up with san francisco based startup lumoyd for the program.
no word on how much the rentals will cost. nike wasting no time in celebrating kevin durant's championship. >> kevin durant is too weak to be first pick. the skinny teenager would never make if in a men's league. >> kevin durant will sign with the warriors. >> you have got to be kidding me. >> traitor. >> gravy train. >> the commercial ends with durant winning the nba finals mvp award and words in bold debate this. nike should note they have a sponsorship deal with durant. after the celebration last night, you may be thinking how much champagne are they pouring out instead of drinking and enjoying and how much did that cost? according to espn, the team had 150 bottles ready to be popped.
each bottle cost about $1,200. the price of my first car. >> uh-huh. >> that brings the total cost for the team to $180,000. >> how much? >> $180,000. >> wow. >> wow. >> okay. >> yeah. >> the time is 7:27. after the warriors' big win, steph curry was seen smoking a cigar in the locker room with his dad. uh-huh. up next, the story behind that special celebration. well, the big of rush of fans grabbing championship gear is over. what kind of item sold out this morning. ♪[music] ♪you will remember me ♪ remember me for centuries ♪ ♪ ♪[music] ♪go down in history ♪ remember me for centuries ♪ ♪ ♪[music]
many fans have been lined up since early, early early this morning just to get their hands on this. this is some of the new championship gear. these are live pictures. ktvu's leigh martinez has been getting a look at some of the brand-new merchandise. we're walking through this store. this is dick's sporting goods store in fremont. they're buying it. we will bring you a live report in a few minutes. >> a lot of people having history delivered to their doorstep this morning. champs again. simply the best. >> yes. >> if you're old fashioned like me, you would save these. >> yes. >> it is an important moment for so many bay area families. we're thankful that you're with us this gorgeous tuesday morning. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and good morning. i am dave clark. lots of sunshine outside of our doors. steve paulson is right here. >> if you're going to save it, i would frame it. it ages. >> i have a drawer full of this sort of thing. >> yeah. >> okay. >> of course that frame job
will cost you about 400, $500, but who cares. we do have mostly clear skies. a little bit of patchy fog. otherwise nice conditions. this will be a beautiful spring day. a little warmer. we are going from one extreme, cool, cool, windy, with thunderstorms to sunny, warm to hot by the time we get to the weekend. a little bit of fog in the city, down to san mateo and santa cruz. that's about it. mostly sunny skies. our monster low. it was a big one is in the inner mountain region. high pressure will begin to fire in. cool for this time of year. lots of 40s. kelseyville made it down to 43. that is impressive. it will warm up quick. temperatures on their way up. 60s and 70s. tomorrow will be above. today, near average to slightly below inland. 7:32. sal, you look at your screens, you make me nervous. everything okay? >> yeah. for the most part. i'm just updating caltrans
stuff and south bay stuff. if we go to the south bay commute, we may see more people in the car because cal train number 2 -- one of the trains here actually hit a person in gilroy. now, vta is providing bus service around that problem, according to cal train. what was first reported as a medical emergency. cal train tweeted a little ago that a person was struck on the tracks and there are major issues. northbound train 217, 221 combo will be running six car and northbound 227 will be running with a five car gallery consistency. if you are taking cal train, you will have delays out of the south bay. let's talk about some of the south bay freeways. if you are driving on northbound 280, we have it filled in now from 101 all the way into cupertino. so suddenly the traffic has filled in in the south bay rather quickly. could it be cal train putting
more drivers on the road? it could or just a lot of slow traffic. dumbarton bridge is slow all the way across. at the bay bridge, it looks like 25 minutes before you make it on to the span. 7:34. let's go back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. the nba championship is back here in the bay area. the warriors, in case you didn't hear, beat the cavaliers last night to win the championship series four games to one. >> he throws it down. >> the warriors won their second nba title in three seasons avenging the disappointing loss to the cavaliers. kevin durant was named the mvp of the nba finals. >> at times throughout my career, i continued to look in the past and look ahead and stay in the moment. and this series, i just stayed
in the moment. and we did it together. >> even though the warriors just missed out on a perfect post season, 16-1 is not that bad at all. the first bay area team to win a championship at home since 1974 when the a's did it. the warriors fans celebrated into early this morning. some spent the night outside to buy merchandise. >> dick's opened at 6:00 this morning to fans could buy and wear their championship gear to work today. ktvu's leigh martinez is in fremont outside of the store there. and people we were watching people lined up real early to morning. >> reporter: that's right. the big rush of fans, they're gone now. they did sell out of a couple of things at the fremont store. the black championship hat is gone. and the women's gray championship shirt, that one is also gone. but if you take a look, there is quite a bit of stuff out
here. they have everything from t- shirts and hats and tank tops. everything that you could think of. people were here really early. we had roughly 50 people waiting in line before the store opened this morning. june 17th, 2015 was the last time when they won the championship. these die-hard fans are back. and they say they have been fans long before 2015. and they feel the warriors are revolutionizing basketball. onizing basketball. >> i remember my first game in eighth grade. i brought my -- my dad brought me to my first game. it was 8 bucks a ticket. it was amazing. i'm so excited. my dad lives in oklahoma now and i buy him the gear. he wears it proud. >> i bought one for my wife to wear to work. surprise everybody. >> that is so nice. >> reporter: now, they stood in line for this. many before 6:00 a.m. to buy championship gear as
presents for their family members. so isn't that nice? they got up super early in the morning just to collect some with six hats in their hands for all of their family members. that last man bought it for his grandchildren. it is all about the kids. they wanted to make sure that everybody had something. dick's sporting goods is still open and has a ton of gear. the black championship hat at the fremont store is gone and the women's gray championship shirt is gone. >> thank you, leigh. >> steph curry also celebrated by smoking a cigar. he was joined by his father and friend. steph reportedly planned to smoke that cigar last year. when the warriors lost, he told his friend to hold it for him
until we win the championship again. >> how sweet is that victory cigar for you? >> it is wonderful. you know, we waited all playoffs to break this open. the guys played outstanding. tstanding. >> steph curry said he had been waiting a whole year to smoke that cigar. and enjoyed the process and enjoyed the journey. and during the warmups before the game, steph curry got a hug from green bay packers quarterback aaron rodgers was there. the nba tweeted out photos of a few of the major celebrities at game 5. there is snoop dogg. chris rock was there. other famous entertainers including diddy and mark of sales force was there as well. as the bay area celebrates this morning, las vegas is looking ahead to next season. betting lines are out this morning. the golden state warriors are
big favorites right now. they have a lot of free agents including steph curry and iguodala. the celtics have the number one pick in the nba draft and the san antonio spurs. we will have live dub nation celebration for you of the parade and ceremony happening outside of the convention center in oakland. i hope you join us on thursday at 9:00 for the special coverage. the time is 7:39. in other news this morning, something new. an oakland police officer was hurt after being hit by a car. he was on international boulevard about 11:30, gasia. >> that's right. when the crash happened. police are not saying if it was relate today a warriors victory celebration. the driver who hit the motorcycle officer was arrested for drunk driving. the officer was taken to the hospital. at this point doctors are not releasing the officer's name or any information about the condition the officer is in.
911 dispatchers in san francisco say they are overworked and stressed out and they are pointing to a staffing crisis. dispatchers claim the conditions are so bad that it is putting public safety at risk. many dispatchers frequently work 16-hour shifts. dispatchers are getting lured to other bay area cities where the pay is better and may be less stressful. 90% of calls are supposed to be answered within ten seconds. right now only 75% of calls in san francisco meet that standard. >> extremely short staffed. we have been for the past several years. >> call volume went up 37% in the last few years and we had an increase in attrition. people retiring and leaving for other reasons. >> workers are asking the san francisco board of supervisors for help. in the meantime, new employees are in training but that training takes about a year to complete. >> right. the time is 7:40. maybe a rough day of testimony
for u.s. attorney general jeff sessions. coming up at 8:00, more about his testimony today before a senate committee on capitol hill. a ceremony in san francisco to remember the victims of the orlando nightclub massacre. the challenges the lgbt community still faces one year after that shooting. hitting the road in san francisco, highway 101 doesn't look too bad. this is 101 southbound. a little bit of congestion. northbound looks okay. coming up, another complete commute update. well, if your idea of nice weather is 60s, 70s or low 80s today is your day. because after today, the temperatures will warm up big time. whoa! you're not taking these. hey, hey, hey! you're not taking those. whoa, whoa! you're not taking that. come with me.
>> the owner wants to turn the site into a memorial and museum. victims of the shooting were honored last night in the san castro district of san francisco. the organizer of the vigil says it is important to remember that the victims were targeted because of their sexual orientation. the climate has only worsened. the best response is to push back and make a difference in your own community. >> it might be running for office. it might be simply being kind to each other or protecting somebody being bullied or
helping to teach a child how to be open and accepting. everybody can take some action. >> people at the vigil also wrote down their pledges to fight discrimination and hatred to honor the victims of the pulse nightclub shooting. the time is 7:45. deliberations in the bill cosby sexual assault trial in pennsylvania resume this morning. just about an hour ago, bill cosby, you see him here, arrived at the courthouse. last night the jury got the case and deliberated for about four hours. bill cosby who is 79 is charged with drugging and molesting a woman in 2004 at his home. he claims the encounter with andrea constan was consensual. if he is found guilty, he could be get 30 years in prison. in atlanta, georgia they are searching for two inmates who escaped from a prison transport and killed two guards
during that escape. authorities are searching for ricky dubois that is him on the left and 43-year-old donnie russell row on the right. a prison bus was taken them to a work detail when they overpowered the guards and took their guns and shot and killed them. they fled in a green honda civic which they had stolen. row was serving life in prison forearmed robbery. dubois was serving a 19-year sentence for similar crimes. there's a new report on how much traffic in san francisco is from ride sharing companies. a county by the transportation authority say lyft and uber accounts for 130,000 trips on an average day in san francisco. that is 12 times the number of trips by taxi. 15% of all vehicle traffic. the trips that start and end in san francisco. public transit accounts for all 1% of vehicle trips.
they also have the most transit options much as we digest the news, sal castaneda has been looking into the impact ride sharing services such as uber and lyft are having on city streets. >> yeah. more than anecdotal. a lot of people know it. but we want out and talked to city officials. and now that everyone pretty much acknowledges that this is an issue, we get the city's response and what could be coming next. that will air tomorrow right here on mornings on 2. >> uh-huh. >> let's take a look at highway 24 westbound as you're driving through lafayette. you can see traffic is going to be slow approaching the lafayette b.a.r.t. station. it is slowing again approaching the tunnel. nothing unusual but crowding there as you drive towards the oakland area. bay bridge, better shot now, backed up to the maze. the metering lights are on. about a 25-minute de play. once you make it on to the bridge, it looks okay. a little crowded but not bad.
here is a look at interstate 880 in oakland. it is backed up north of san leandro or near the san leandro and oakland boundary line and continues slow to downtown oakland. 580 has been slow near the dublin interchange and so has 680. if you're driving into san jose, all of the freeways there will be slow. cal train has major delays coming out of gilroy because a train hit a person in gilroy. if you take cal train, you should collect in with them and see how long it will delay you or if you can think of an alternate way of transport this morning. 7:48. let's bring steve paulson back. >> sal, thank you, sir. mostly clear skies. a little bit of fog floating around southern marin county and some on the coast. but that is really about it. trying to make the spill over to the golden gate. but it has been held in check. i expect it to burn back.
water temps are pretty cold. i think the coast will have to deal with fog. inland, bayside, i think the fog will be trapped under a dome of high pressure as it builds in. today is the in-between day. the cloud deck towards santa cruz and monterey. a major blow. this has spawned many tornadoes throughout much of nebraska. big time hail reports. it will only be a big impact for many across the northern plains today as it finally comes out of the inner mountain region. we had a lot of 40s this morning. we are slowly warming up. still cool for this time. expect to see 60s by the 8:00 hour as temperatures warm up. 51 san ramon. concord pavilion, 53 degrees. now we're getting the 50s. except for the patchy fog favoring a few areas on the coast. everything is pointing to high pressure kicking in. once this low moves out. as it does, the door will open up in the desert southwest and the high will build in. not so much today or tomorrow
but by thursday, friday and then on the weekend. 70s near the coast. but 100s for some inland. it will be really hot out to the valley, sacramento and san joaquin valley. 60s to low 80s for some. temperatures still a few degrees below average for this time of year. inland coast and bay are near average to slightly above believe it or not. we have been down below average for the longest time. when you're 20 degrees below average in june, you have to make it up somewhere. we will make it up by this weekend as inland temps will be near 100 degrees. >> hundred. >> hundred. hundred out there in the back 40. >> man, oh, man. >> steve you and i always get a lot of sleep, ten, 12 hours of sleep. >> wake up, dave. >> it is a joke. it may be costing you money. in our 8:00 hour, how getting more sleep could mean more money for you. plus, new developments were north korea about an american student jailed over there.
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steal a political banner in north korea where he was staying back in 2016. he was sentence today 15 years in prison. but now he is on his way home back to ohio to be reunited with his family. in the meantime, there are still three other americans detained in north korea. secretary of state rex tillerson says it was the state department that secured the release of him at the direction of president trump. but this comes the same day that dennis rodman arrived in north korea for yet another visit there. this is dennis rodman's fifth trip to north korea since 2013. he has called the north korean leader his friend. he believes that president trump is happy that he is there. >> i'm pretty sure he is happy
about the fact that i'm over here. >> okay. >> we both need this. >> by the way, dennis rodman appeared on two seasons of donald trump's tv show celebrity apprentice. the white house is considering its next move after another key ruling against president trump's travel ban. the 9th circuit court of appeals kept in place a decision by a u.s. district judge in hawaii. it said the proposed ban violates u.s. immigration law by discriminating against people based on nationality. the court said that the president failed to show how entry by people from the six muslim countries would hurt u.s. interests. the 4th circuit court of appeals in virginia ruled against the ban last month. the trump administration is appealing the ruling to the u.s. supreme court. >> there is multiple ways in which the president's action is unlawful. statutory claims and constitutional claims. is we're optimistic as it goes
before the u.s. supreme court. >> president trump tweeted as predicted the 9th circuit did it again, ruled against the travel ban at such a dangerous time in the history of our country. yesterday in brentwood was a day to remember for harlem fletcher. the senior at liberty high missed his graduation when he was told that he couldn't wear his army uniform at the celebration. there was a special ceremony held to give him the honor that he earned. >> i was nervous but, you know, overall, it was looking out on that crowd and i knew we all came together. r. >> harlem has his diploma in hand and is preparing for what comes next. he has a summer job lined up and then the advanced military training will be in september. an epic showdown at oracle ends with the warriors champions. how the team and the entire bay
area are still celebrating the win. also we will have everything that you need to know if you're heading down to the big parade in the heart of oakland this thursday. and the macarthur maze commute doing look that bad coming around the corner to the berkeley curve. we will tell you about the bay bridge and the drive to san francisco straight ahead. already more sunshine than we have seen for a while and temperatures near average for this time of year. but we are going above. i will tell when you that will happen.
outside oracle arena. >> reporter: and warriors fans soaking up the glory of the second championship win in three years. we will look at the preparations already underway for the big victory parade on thursday. this is ktvu mornings on 2. ♪ all i do is win, win, win ♪ >> the sun is shining on the bay area today as we look downtown oakland. what a scene it was last night out at oracle. as the golden state warriors have won their second nba title in just the last three seasons. and morning -- good morning, everyone. i'm mike mibach ready to go. happy. what an evening. >> yes. >> what a day today. >> yes. >> let's get into it. >> let's talk about thursday. the weather is changing, heating up a little bit. all of the people at the warriors parade will need their hats and sunscreen. >> by the time we get to
thursday. mike, you're jacked up. i can tell. >> how can you not be. it is great for the bay area. we've had a lot of titles since 2010. >> but not clenching at home. >> since '74. >> thank you, sir. yes. today will be nice. thursday will be even warmer. temperatures getting close to season al averages. it has been a long time since it has been below. that is slightly above. concord 73 to 79. that is below. san francisco 76 to 72. that is below. marin coast trying to make it to the golden gate. other than that we are set for sunshine and warm temps. a whopper of a low. hail throughout nebraska and wyoming and the plains. that is not our problem anymore. 50s on the temps. a bunch of 40s. now we're looking at 50s. we're slow to warm up. we will. except for the patchy fog, everything says sunshine and nice spring temperatures.
60s and 70s low 80s. sal, 8:01, a couple of issues with cal train. >> yeah. the commute is starting to get later and later as we get into summer. people hit the road later just a little bit. at the macarthur maze, you will see that traffic will be a little slow approaching the 580/80 interchange. you can see that traffic is getting slow at the bay bridge toll plaza. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza, you still have a slow down. it will last for a bit. i always look at, and you can too, you can look at this ramp that i'm pointing out. once that ramp is crowded like this, that means you have a little ways to go before the commute unwinds. once you see that ramp get better, that is the first thing that gets better. then the rest of the commute follows. we have a little bit of time on the bay bridge approach. slowing past the coliseum. slowing all the way into
downtown oakland. still have quite a commute on 580. it is a late one. 580 getting into dublin. and then 680 driving pleasanton. and between hayward and fremont, slow traffic as well. plenty of slow traffic all over the bay. 8:03. let's go back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. the warriors are nba champs for the second time in three seasons. seasons. >> durant from way outside. drills a three baller. >> the warriors won 129-120 to win four games to one. they went on a phenomenal 21-2 run. kevin durant put up 29 points. steph curry put up 38 points. eight different warriors were not o the score board. >> 55 seconds left and i went
over to half court line. i bent down and i was like is this really happening. and andre was like keep playing. we have 50 seconds left. and i said boy, we're about to win a title. >> kevin durrant apartment was named the finals most valuable player. after the game he celebrated with the teammates in the locker room in the champagne shower. >> so nice to have ktvu's sports anchor scott reese joining us. you were at the game. things were in doubt and then at the end it was like this is great. >> i just came from the post game. >> it was phenomenal. the atmosphere was off the charts. trepidation when they were down after the 1st quarter. they went on the run and the general feeling inside of the arena was we've got this. it was so loud and energetic. and every time that they needed a bucket, they got one. usually it was durant. but a true team effort.
>> so much focus going into kevin durant going into the post season. i saw a team effort. >> right. >> i saw the bench come off. iguodala scored a ton of points. that was a team effort. >> 27 assists. they didn't shoot all that well. cleveland shot better. lights out. but the warriors got to the free throw line and the bench points were huge. and patrick mccaw played really well. team effort. that's how they roll. they play as one. >> hustle right there. >> how about that outlet pass? there are few guys in the league that can make that. >> curry didn't shoot great but played well. everybody did their thing and this was the result. >> steve kerr was there to see it happen. >> steve kerr a great story too. props to mike brown. it was mike for him to
acknowledge mike brown on the podium after that game. he led him to the 11-0 in the playoffs. and then steve kerr did the rest. he won five titles as a player. all the man does is win. >> cameras caught him with tears in his eyes. why do you think such emotion behind this title? >> well, part of it is probably physical. >> what he has been through. >> you know he isn't 100%. to be able to come back. we looked at the landscape and said steve kerr is not coming back. i think so much emotion and effort to get back to the bench and be able to do what he does. and then to once again take back the reigns, it all worked out as well as it could. >> is it too soon to think about next season. >> can i sleep first. >> a couple of free agents. what does it look like. >> this will be flushed out
more in the coming days. the warriors is set up for the future. you have to take care of curry. he will get a max contract. you have to convince durant to stick around, which i don't think will be hard after this year. durant may have to take a couple million less than the max for the early part of his contract. i think he will do that. if he does, they will be able to keep the group together. they will be able to keep iguodala and most of the bench. it has been phenomenal what they have been able to do. >> do you know who agrees with you? lebron james. he said they're lined up. >> yeah. >> most of them are in their 20s. >> yeah. >> he said a few championships down the road. >> sure. >> unless other teams do something to come together. >> to doubt. >> thank you, scott. >> get some sleep. oakland is planning one of the biggest celebrations every. a victory parade should be as big as fun as the one back in
2015. allie rasmus has details of the dub nation celebration. >> reporter: don't want to say we are getting spoiled but we are getting good at preparing for the victory parades. the second one since 2015. we are at 19th street and broadway in oakland. you can see behind me this will be part of the parade route on thursday. they have the barricades stacked up on the sidewalk, lined up along the street. come 10:00 a.m. thursday morning, that's when the parade will start. b.a.r.t. is expecting half a million people to pack its trains on thursday. you can see a steady stream of people going in and oust the b.a.r.t. station here on a workday. you can imagine the crowds that will be pouring out of here on thursday. we will take a look at the route in a second. but first we want to show you the other preparations that got underway as early as sunrise this morning. city crews were switching out
the old banners with blue and white championship banners just in time for the parade on thursday. hours before that, fans celebrated the win, soaking up all of the glory from it. dancing and singing together in bars across the bay area. and of course celebrating outside of oracle arena. fans at the game last night say the atmosphere just after the win outside of oracle and really anywhere you were in a public place celebrating with people, it was just fun, festive and unforgettable. you could hear chants and horns honking and people dancing in the parking lot. >> it was crazy. people were dancing, instruments, drums, trumpets. everybody was happy. it was a good feeling. >> music, horns and the fireworks were absolutely incredible. >> reporter: now, earlier this morning, we met up with fan that's we met at the warriors
team store yesterday. they're a family. they wanted to be in the audience of one of the sports show being taped this morning. one family from oklahoma was not rooting for the warriors because she is upset about kevin durant leaving the team last year. but even she admits that the warriors were phenomenal. >> all of the warriors, except for kd, i'm excited that you got the ring again. >> reporter: so now it's on to the victory parade. 10:00 a.m. thursday. the route is pretty much the same as back in 2015, starting at 1 # 1st and broadway, moving north on broadway, east on grand avenue, along lake merritt and ending at the southwest end of the lake near harrison street. b.a.r.t. is expecting record-breaking ridership numbers. the two top days in b.a.r.t. history for people riding the trains happened on parade days. one being the 2015 warriors
parade. they are expecting as many people as the last time, if not more. and we will be talking to b.a.r.t. officials later this morning about some of the preparations ahead of thursday's victory parade. back to you gu . >> it should be perfect weather as well. >> we will be out there covering every angle of the parade for you. the coverage will start right here on ktvu mornings on 2 at 4:00 a.m. you will have everything that you need to know before you leave your house to get to the parade. then we will bring you complete coverage of the parade and the ceremony. it all starts at 9:00. warrior fans rushing to get the championship gear. the long lines that we saw at several stores right here in the bay area. >> reporter: u.s. attorney general jeff sessions is heading to capitol hill to testify before a senate committee. it may be a rough day for him. i'm doug luzader in washington. we will have more on that just ahead.
how fafrom its sourcelpine spring to the bottle?travel ♪ how about less than a mile and a half? crystal geyser is the only major us spring water bottled at the mountain source. >> new this morning, in oakland, a motorcycle police officer was hurt last night after being hit by a car. the officer was on international boulevard around 11:30 when the crash occurred. the driver was arrested for drunk driving. police have not said if this was relate today any warriors victory celebration. the officer was transported to the hospital. so far the name of the officer has not been released or the condition of that officer. later this morning, attorney general jeff sessions will testify before the senate intelligence committee.
he will be asked about the ongoing russian investigation and whether the president is now considering firing the special counsel assigned to carry it out. as doug luzader reports from washington, sessions is expected to face tough questions from his forminger senate colleagues. >> reporter: there has been question as to whether this would be a public hearing. in the end, attorney general jeff sessions requested that it be open. and it may be explosive. jeff sessions may have been a congenial senator months ago but his former coworkers are not likely to yield much ground as he makes his return today. >> democrats on that committee and smart ones are salivating to go after their former colleague. i think he knows that. >> reporter: right off of the top, sessions may face questions about whether his boss is considering firing special counsel bob mueller, appointed by the justice department last month to carry out a criminal probe into possible ties between russia and the trump campaign. >> they attacked the referee
and tried to besmirch the reputation of someone like mr. mueller. >> reporter: democrats defend mueller. the white house is considering getting rid of him as critics question his impartiality. something he didn't initially disclose. and then there is the firing of fbi director james comey. and whether there are white house tapes between the president and comey. >> we have much great news to share with the american teem today. >> reporter: all of this as the trump administration has been trying to regain footing some recent days. the president just yesterday holding his first ever complete cabinet meeting. >> he wants this to get -- get investigated as soon as possible and be done with it so he can continue with the business of the american people. >> reporter: and the senate has come to an agreement on a new round of sanctions against russia for meddling in last
year's election. in washington, doug luzader, fox news. we will bring you the testimony of jeff sessions live on ktvu plus starting at 11:30 this morning. we will be live streaming it for you on ktvu.com. you can expect full updates on ktvu fox 2 news at noon. james comey testified in front of the senate intelligence committee and more people watched that testimony than game three of the nba finals. how interested are you in the sessions testimony than comey testimony. we will look at the results so far. 11% say more interested. 43% say really not at all. let us know what you think by voting on twitter or ktvu.com and we appreciate when you leave comments on facebook. let's say hello to sal and the tuesday morning commute. so far so good, sal? yeah. as a matter of fact i'm looking around to make sure that nothing has happened since the last time we spoke in the way
of major crashes. mike and gasia, the morning commute has definitely filled in as you're driving towards the macarthur maze, getting out to the maze and driving to the bay bridge toll plaza. you will see the traffic is backed up. we recall it is about a 20 to 25-minute delay. no major issues getting on to the bridge. 880 is slow as it normally is past the coliseum. ifs unusual for 580 to be in play so late. but we've had a couple of earlier problems that kind of caused that traffic. 680 is also slow as you drive from the pleasanton down to fremont. the south bay commute, there's a lot of slow traffic there on 280, 85 and 101. what started out as a light commute is not light anymore. southbound 101 in redwood city at whipple is reported as an
injury crash. it is so new that there is not an icon on the map. we will put one right there. paramedics are on the way and we will let you know what they find out when they get there. let's bring in steve with today's weather. >> thank you, sal. a little bit of fog. that's about all i can find. i don't think it will amount to much unless you're right by there. 60s year the coast. 70s, and upper 70s, maybe a few 80s inland. temperatures will go 15 to 20 degrees below average. today will be a nice spring day. san jose, 72 yesterday. 76 today. concord 73 to 79. san francisco 65 to 68. that is actually two degrees above average. everybody has been below. but coast and bay will be close to average or above. overall we are changing gears if you will on the pattern as
one system moves out. there it is. that was the one that gave us the thunderstorms, the snow up in the sierra. really cool temps. the wind. watch how this will trigger big- time thunderstorms. it comes out of the inner mountain region already in wyoming and parts of nebraska. numerous reports of hail and funnel clouds as well, nebraska and colorado. 51 san francisco. that is very cold. fog will be rearing to go. 50s and 60s. a few low 60s already. we have been really cool for a while. this will one of those transition days where we start to see temperatures near average. nice spring day. by friday, we will be in the 90s for many and 100s for those away from the coast for the weekend. we go have a cool pattern to -- we go from a cool pattern to a very warm one.
for most it will be in the 60s today. 70s. low, low 80s for some. mainly the 70s. tomorrow we warm it up. most locations near average. then everybody goes above by friday and into the weekend. >> pleasant for now. >> very pleasant. >> father's day. >> you may not say that saturday. >> let's talk just for a minute about thursday morning. >> thursday will be fine. >> in oakland. >> you will be fine. >> they might be out there for four hours in the sun. >> it will be warm by the end. i guarantee it. it is in oakland, not antioch. that makes a big difference. >> it starts at 10:00 in the morning. >> it will be nice, overworked and stressed out. that is the message from 911 dispatchers in san francisco. what could be putting the public in danger.
>> the time is 8:24. 911 dispatchers in san francisco say they are overworked and stressed out because of a staffing crisis. dispatchers say the conditions are so bad that it puts public safety at risk. many dispatchers say they work 16-hour shifts. some of the reasons that dispatchers are getting lured to other areas where the pay is better and the work is less vestful. the call center is supposed to answer 90% of the calls within ten sendal. right now only 75% of the calls are answered within that time period. >> extremely short staffed. we have been for the past several years. >> call volume went up 37% in
the past few years. and we had an increase in attrition. >> workers are now ago the board of supervisors of san francisco for help. in the meantime, new employees are in training but training takes about a year to complete. happening today, patients of students in the fremont union high school district are holding a news conference to say the district is not doing enough to prevent discrimination against african- american students. a parent filed a lawsuit against the district that followed revelations that there was a kill list posted on social media and they intended to shoot and kill all avenue miles per hour students at the school. investigators say the woman accused in the killing of a 74- year-old woman in cupertino may have suffered from mental issues. friends discovered the body on hancock drive saturday morning. but the killing likely happened the day before. investigators later food the suspect as 35-year-old suzanne hernandez. one man tells us he actually
found hernandez hiding in his backyard on friday night before the victim's body was discovered. hernandez was naked and carrying a hammer. hammer. >> out in the middle of the street and stopped. i screamed at her, what are you doing? she stopped and asked me if i love jesus. >> that neighbor called police and hernandez was take known custody. arrested in connection with the killing a day later. she and the victim did not know each other. the victim's identity still has not been released. up next, more on the celebrations following the big win of the warriors. fans waiting in long lines in the bay area for the championship gear. we're transitioning to a different pattern. it will be a nice spring day. temperatures near average. tomorrow they go above and really above by the weekend. more on that.
>> welcome back to mornings on 2. it is tuesday, june 13th. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> good morning. i'm mike mibach. we will get to sal in a bit. but let's hand it over to steve paulson. a beautiful spring day out there. >> exactly. >> there you go. >> what are you going to say on friday, though. >> it is smoking hot. >> smoking hot. >> today will be a nice day. we go from one extreme, cool, windy, rain, snow in the sierra. today will be nice. 60s and 70s to a few -- clearlake, vacaville, maybe antioch on the warm side or warmer. but we've been pretty cool here for a while. and that makes sense. to get average, you have to warm it up. that's what we will get soon. there's a little bit of patchy fog around marin and areas around the san mateo coast and
the santa cruz coast. that's why we threw in patchy fog. my computer is loading if you're wondering why i'm still talking. it is loading and loading and loading. i guess it's -- hold on. there it is. okay. you didn't wait long. >> i know those problems. >> thank you, sal. >> i use the same computer as you do. >> yes. sometimes it crunches. 60s and 70s and near 80 degrees. a little bit of fog. otherwise sunshine and temperatures will bump up. there's the system from the weekend. another one by the end of the month. there are signs of that, believe it or not. unless you have the fog, it will be a beautiful day. 60s, 70s and low 80s. okay, sal. hopefully your computer won't be doing that. >> well, they are computers and sometimes guess what computers don't always work the way that you want them to. >> no. >> you're kidding. >> redwood city, you want to
start there. >> yes. there are two problems. one in menlo park and one on redwood city on the bayshore freeway. one is a motorcycle accident and the other one is reported as an injury accident. both of them sound serious. the one with the motorcyclist sounds more serious. southbound 101 at willow. if you are driving down the peninsula, you might want to think about using 280 instead as you head towards mountain view. we look at the rest of the south bay group, it is filling in coming from the south bay. remember, still significant delays on cal train because of an earlier incident in gilroy that slowed the service and put significant delays on cal train. northbound 880 in oakland slows from the san leandro oakland boundary and slows down to downtown. westbound bay bridge backed up
for 20 minutes. 8:31. let's go back to the desk. >> people across the bay area are celebrating the warriors victory. the headline of the san francisco chronicle, champs again, marking the victory in 2015 and of course last night. >> curry double teams. finds green in the corner. >> the warriors revenged the disappointing loss to the cavaliers beating them 129-120, winning the nba finals four games to one. the warriors missed out on a perfects post season just barely but had a record of 16- 1. >> for the whole bay area that supported us, you know, since i've been here my rookie year, man, the depths of the nba to here is, you know, champs again. crazy. enjoy every minute of it.
>> proving haters wrong. that's cool for me to talk about it on instagram or twitter. you don't concern me. i'm coming and working every day to be the best teammate and the best player that i can be. >> like in 2015, when the warriors won the title in cleveland, the team had the chance to enjoy the championship in front of the fans at home. they gathered at mid court and hoisted the trophy. when it comes to the champagne celebration after the big victory, i'm sure you're like me and wonder how much did all of that cost? according to espn, the team had 150 magnum bottles ready to be popped. each bottle costs about $1,200. that brings the total cost for all of the champagne up to $180,000. the victory celebrations were not limited to oracle. fans who could not go to the game celebrated across oakland. that includes a come of side shows in east oakland. traffic was rerouted around the areas and no serious problems
were reported. 14th and broadway, police blocked off traffic as fans danced, drank and cheered in the middle of the intersection. mayor schaaf and the police chief will join us live coming up on the 9 this morning for their assessment of the celebrations as well as preparations for thursday's parade. and the celebration is not limited just to oakland. we found people celebrating all across the bay area including mission street in san francisco where several hundred people blocked off the area in front of the mission theater. some folks jumping over small fires and skateboarding over the sparks. police say there were large happy crowds across the city. no major problems reported. now dub nation wants the gear that celebrating the victory. dick's opened early to accommodate them. leigh martinez is joining us now from the fremont show to show us what the fans are
after. hey, leigh. >> reporter: take a look at everybody in the store. this is the second win that the fans have gotten here at the dick's sporting goods in fremont. oh, they are excited. they are pumped and ready to go right before work, trying to get their gear. we saw a little lag here at the 7:00 hour, 8:00, right before work, they're ready to go and want to get their stuff before they go to work and school. before the doors opened at 6:00, roughly 50 people stood in line to be the first to grab the championship gear. we talked to the first two fans who came in from milpitas at 3:30 this morning. they have been fans long before 2015 and feel the warriors are revolutionizing basketball. >> i took off work today. the day after the finals, i feel like i'm part of the team. i need to take a couple weeks off and hit the gym in the summer. come back for next year. >> i didn't sleep at all.
i was up all night. we went to mcdonalds and now we're out here. dub nation. dub nation. >> reporter: and this was the scene from dick's sporting goods in pleasanton this morning. same thing, a long line outside before 6:00. and then dub nation let loose inside, grabbing what they could. now, back out here live, this is the fremont score that you're looking at -- here is a fan who is waving at us. isn't he cute? they're all wearing warriors gear to buy more warriors gear. you can see they all picked up their championship t-shirts. we are told that the black championship hat is gone already and the gray women's t- shirt is also gone. i'm going to squeeze back in here. again, long line already. we've got another group of fans to get their gear before they go to work. >> great fans and they will wear that gear with a lot of
pride. thank you, leigh. this ad targets the criticism that durant faced during his career. >> kevin durrant apartment is too weak to be first pick. the skinny teenager who will never make it in a men's league. >> kevin durant will sign with the warriors. >> you have to be kidding me. >> traitor. >> gravy train. >> oh, the commercial ends with durant winning the nba finals mvp award and the bold words debate this. nike of course does have a responsor ship deal with durant. he showed his fierceness on the cover of sports illustrated. the cover article spotlights his journey from the thunder to the warriors. periods warriors. the article credits the text as being a reason that durant moved to the bay area and talked about what he sacrificed to be part of the nba champions this year. as the champagne flowed and was sprayed after the game,
steph curry also celebrated by smoking a cigar. curry was joined by his dad and a friend. he had been saving it for a while. curry had planned to smoke it last year. but when the warriors lost, he asked his friend to hold it until the warriors won the next championship. >> how sweet is that victory cigar for you? it is wonderful. we waited all playoffs to break this open. the guys played outstanding. >> steph said he wanted to wait that year to smoke the cigar to enjoy the process and the journey. during warmups, curry got a hug from a big store in northern california. green bay packers quarterback aaron rodgers and the former quarterback at cal. he tweeted pictures of the big name celebrities there at game 5 sitting court side. snoop dogg, diddy and also chris rock and mark of sales
force. so you can get a free taco at taco bell today thanks to the golden state warriors. today taco bell is letting you steal a taco. they said if either team won a road game, fans would get a free taco. we do have all of your warriors coverage on ktvu.com. you will find more from the big game and we look ahead. so many people want to go to the big parade on thursday. that is something that we will be bringing to you live right here in oakland from oakland. >> coverage starts very early this morning. >> right. >> and will pick up around the 9:00 hour. close to a million people. >> yeah. >> even though it is the second one in three season pouring into the streets of oakland. are you feeling tired? it may be costing you money. how catching for zs could mean more dollar signs.
how fafrom its sourcelpine spring to the bottle?travel ♪ how about less than a mile and a half? crystal geyser is the only major us spring water bottled at the mountain source. >> the time is 8:42. trading has been underway for two hours now. the dow jones is up, gaining almost 70 points. up one third of 1%. now to the question, mike.
>> of does more sleep lead to a higher salary? a new study says yes. one of this thirds of americans regularly get less than 7 hours of sleep each night. that leads to a loss of working days and robs the u.s. economy from an estimated $226 billion annually. another study at the university of california shows people who increased sleep by one hour each night saw their wages increase by 5% in the long run. a new report predicts economic growth in california will be slowing down soon. the forecast expects nonfarm payroll jobs in california to increase by 1.6% during the year. last year, california's job market grew by about 2%. and by 2019, the job growth rate will be less than half of that at .9%. the anderson forecast also says consumers nationwide should brace for rising inflation. east bay mud is considering
a proposal that will increase water rates. east bay mud is proposing a 19% rate hike over four years for householding averaging 200 gallons a day. there will be a public hearing and a vote on july 11th. the contra costa county board of supervisors will consider limiting the sale of flavored tobacco. it would keep businesses from operating and opening within 500 feet of each other and 1,000 feet of a playground, park or library. a new report says the headlights on suvs don't meet acceptable standards for safety. just two of the 37 midsized sport utility vehicles offer headlights it rates as having good performance. 11 of the models offer poor headlines.
it includes incorrectly aimed beams and excessive glare that can cause safety hazards for pedestrians. overall suvs are far behind acceptable standards. there's a new report on how much traffic in san francisco is from ride share companies. lyft and uber account for 170,000 trips for an average day in san francisco. that is 15% of all vehicle trips that start and end in the city. most of the uber and lyft rides are in the area that's are most congested. so as we go to sal castaneda, lyft and uber have changed the landscape of san francisco city street traffic, haven't they? >> they sure have. we went out and spoke to people
at the city office and we will have that on the 9. and on mornings on 2 you will be able to see it tomorrow morning and it will be online. let's take a look at the commutes. we have on the peninsula a couple of programs. the most serious is at willow, southbound 101. also one at whipple. both of the crashes have traffic backed up into nearly san mattest i would not recommend using 101 south at this point. i would use 280 because of the slow traffic. at burlingame, it stays that way. driving south, use 280 instead. east bay, still clearing an accident northbound 680 at sycamore. not a huge backup but there is a slowdown. southbound 680 is also slow in the area. 280 we had a bunch of accidents. there is 280. you can see how slow it is for yourself. we're also looking at 880 which
is slow past oracle arena and into downtown oakland. at the bridge, about 25 minutes getting into san francisco. it is 8:47. let's bring steve in. >> thank you, sal. mostly clear skies. just a few patches of fog. a little around southern marin county, santa cruz coast. everybody else already enjoying the sunshine. it is the start of a pattern change that will kick in by the weekend. temperatures out to the valley. they will be smoking hot. we will have 100s to the anterior after last weekend's 60s. san jose downtown warming up four to 76 today. concord 73 to 79. it won't take them long. san francisco is a little above average. finally a few are inching above. tomorrow it will be the inland areas. there is some of the patchy fog. i don't think it will amount to too much. however, however, yes, it will get warm to hot. there goes the power house low
that we had unseasonably strong that left us with the thunderstorms, the cool temps and the wind and the snow. look at the big time thunderstorms erupting. many reports of tornadoes and funnel clouds. if these water temps stay there at 51, 52, this is the key here, even though we have high pressure, i think it there will be fog near the coast coast. upper 50s, 60s for some. it won't take long to warm up near the coast. truckee made it to 27 this morning. ukiah made it to 40. nights are short but it was cool this morning. already we're looking for sunshine. that system moves out. high pressure is getting ready to build in from the desert southwest. it will fire up big time and the temperatures will warm up today. you will notice it more tomorrow and really notice it friday and into the weekend. 60s to 70s today. very low 80s. soft 80s as we say.
otherwise, nice spring day. temperatures to slightly above for a few. 70s for 80s on the coast. a little difference there. 60s on the city. 70s on the peninsula. tomorrow we warm things up. it won't take long to get towards friday and saturday. >> here comes summer. i know officially it is a ways away. a week or two. >> yeah. meet logically we start on june 1st. >> 105 out in sacramento. >> how quickly it changes from snow to triple digits. >> no kidding. we are following the latest development in the search for a pair of inmates on the run in georgia after killing two prison guards. up next, the new photo we received of one of the escapees. ♪
row. a prison bus was taking them to a work detail when they overpowered the guards, took their guns and shot and killed them. the suspects then fled in a stolen honda civic. row was serving life in prison. dubois was serving a 19-year sentence. in a unanimous decision yesterday, the 9th circuit court of appeals kept in place a decision by a u.s. district judge in hawaii. it said the proposed ban violates u.s. immigration law by discriminating against people based on nationility. the court also said the president failed to show how entry by people from six mostly muslim countries would hurt u.s. interests. the fourth u.s. court of appeals in virginia ruled against the ban last month. the trump administration is appealing the rules to the u.s. supreme court. >> there are multiple ways in which the president's action is
unlawful. statutory and constitutional claims. we are optimistic as it goes before the u.s. supreme court. >> president trump took to twitter. as predicted the 9th circuit did it again, ruled against the travel ban at such a dangerous time in the history of our country. an update it a story we have been following this morning. the parents of a 22-year-old released by north korea today says he is in a comb a the 22- year-old admitted to trying to steal a political banner at the hotel where he was staying back in january of 2016. he had been sentenced to 15 years in prison. this morning, rex tillerson announced that the state department had secured his release and he was on his became home to iowa. tillerson did not mention his medical condition. he has been in coma since march of last year. all of this comes the same day former nba player dennis rodman arrived in north korea for
another visit. this is rodman's fifth trip to north korea since 2013. he has called the leader of north korea his friend. rodman was asked if he was going to bring up the americans being held in north korea. he said he was visiting as a private citizen but he believes that president trump is happy he is there. >> i'm pretty sure he is happy about the fact that i'm over here. >> okay. >> trying to accompany something that we both need. >> rodman appeared on two seasons of president trump's tv show celebrity apprentice. deliberations in the bill cosby sexual assault trial in pennsylvania are back underway this morning. just a couple of hours ago, bill cosby arrived at the courthouse. last night the jury got the case and deliberated for about four hours. cosby is charged with drugging and molesting a woman in 2004 at his home. he claims the encounter was consensual. he did not testify during the trial. if found guilty he could get up to 30 years in prison.
a former counselor at a boys home is under arrest on suspicion of sexual abuse. investigators say the alleged victim who is now 23 years old came forward saying he was abused between the years of 2006 and 2011. thunderstorm was a counselor at the time of the boys center -- thorpe was a counselor at the time of a boys center. award winning design. award winning engine. the volvo xc90. the most awarded luxury suv of the century. visit your volvo dealer to take advantage of our midsommar sales event offer.
>> the time is 8:57. we now know the name of the man arrested on suspicion of stabbing a 13-year-old boy outside of the milbrae library last week. he is 44-year-old nelson totino of south san francisco. he was arrested after witnesses saw him stabbing the boy in the arm with a pocket knife. the boy ran to the library to escape and is expected to
recover. the attack was unprovoked. the man is being held on charges of attempted murder. hundreds gathered at the memorial at the pulse nightclub to remember the victims of the shooting one year ago. [bagpipes] >> 58 other people were wounded when a gunman inspired by isis opened fire inside of the nightclub. it was a gay nightclub. it remains closed and the fate of the building is unclear. the owner wants to turn the site into a memorial and museum. >> victims of the pulse nightclub shooting were honored last night in san francisco's castro district. the organizer said it is important to remember that the victims were targeted because of their sexual orientation. people wrote down pledges to fight discrimination and hatred to honor the victims of the
shooting. pg&e is under fire for their decision to cut down dozens of redwood trees in a sunnyvale neighborhood. they said they had to cut them down because the roots could damage gas lines. the trees sit within ten feet of a main, buried three and a half feet underground. it is part of the community poop line safety initiative. it comes after the deadly san bruno explosion in 201. pg&e says the move was in the name of safety. others say it will hurt the neighborhood. after the trees are removed, they will be replaced with new plants in the coming weeks. a rock slide in yosemite has shut down an entrance to the park. there were no reports of any injuries as a result. take a look at this. snow once again up in the sierra. caltrans had to break out the plows yesterday, drivers actually had to put the chains
on. if you want to hit the slopes again, you have a brief chance. squaw valley and alpine are still open on the weekends. boriel is open for one day july 1st to the public. >> one of the great playoff runs of all time is complete. >> just like that, the golden state warriors are champions of the nba. the sunrise on the drive in looked a little more
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