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him suspended--- then re- instated-- to the san jose police force. a police officer punished for his words about the 'black lives >>. >> the explaining the tweets that got him suspended and reinstated from the police force. he says understanding the context is critical. pondering a push to send new red high caps right now. city council members are trying to protect residents from a fight. the ball handling -- fires up a three and does it again. >> back with a banner performance. actually a legendary performance. what steph curry accomplished that no other play has ever done before. "today in thebay" starts now.
>> good morning on this tuesday. i'm sam brock. >> i'm lawyeria garcia-cannon. >> we'll get to that banner performance in a moment. we wake up at like 2:30 in the morning and miss overtime games like this. >> i stayed up. >> did you really? >> wow. >> i'm sure there will be a lot of people tired today. we are looking at bright sky later on today. a lot more sunshine but start out with clouds this morning. some fog may be a problem. we'll watch out for that. look how warm we'll be today. about ten degrees warmer than yesterday. 78 in the south bay and san francisco 66. we'll talk about our warming temperatures over the next few days. that's coming up. let's head over to mike. how is it looking on the bridges? >> if you are taking the
dunbarton bridge over towards fremont, you can see the slowing on the sensors heading east bound. there are closures. if you try to get off the bridge and southbound 880, you cannot do until 5:00. hopefully we'll have the crews reopening that between 5:00 and 6:00 is when that is expected to clear there. northbound is off the eastbound direction. we'll track the rest of the freeway coming up. a san jose police officer who made national headlines with tweets many found offensive now speaking out the first time. >> officer generated controversy last year when he responded to supporters of the black lives matter movement on twitter. in october, the department fired him. then an independent arbitrator ordered white be reinstated. today city council members are
meeting to decide whether or not to appeal that decision. >> more people to know it's okay to own up for a mistake. >> one of his tweets said, "by the way, if anyone feels if they can't breathe i'll be at the movie tonight with my gun." white also says he has not spoken out before due to confidentiality in the arbitration process and his family's safety. last night officer white submitted a letter of apology to the city manager who just posted officer white's letter to our website. log on to nbcbayarea.com and click on the top story link. 4:33 on tuesday. later today san francisco leaders are said to consider a plan to clarify controversial
sanctuary city guidelines. today's debate comes a year after recently released undocumented immigrant shot and killed a man. they will notify immigration only if the person detained is charged with a violent crime. current law allows more leeway than just that. >> san francisco supervisors are expected to give their final approval of the asiana airline crash today. earlier in the month they settled on a $3.4 million settlement to cover costs and damages. three people died in that crash that happened back in ç2013. 4:34. san jose's new approved limit on rent hikes could take effect in just weeks. the new maximum limit of who
passed rent increases 5% per year. city leaders worried landlord would try to raise rent before the fall. will it save the future of the power atop the mount is up for a crucial vote today? they will decide whether or not to declare that tower historic. its owners want to tear it down. the massive concrete structure known locally as the cube was used by the air force during the cold war. cold to start. white hot to finish. what a night for the warriors and steph curry. not only did steph end up playing, but he played like the mvp he was last year and is supposed to be this year. >> boy, he's on fire. curry had been listed as doubtful ahead of last night's game against portland. he left no doubt he is the best
player in the nba after sean livingston got ejected. the warriors had to lean on curry. curry did start out slow, but he ended on a roll. in overtime, curry took over scoring 17 points, a record, as the warriors put portland away 132-125. doves have a commanding 3-1 lead in that series. portland will have to win three games in a row starting with game five at oracle on wednesday night. at the shark tank, the stage is set for thursday. they are coming home. doesn't get bigger than this. it's game seven win or go home. >> sharks came up short. predators scoring two minutes to win that game 4-3. that ties the series 3-3. this is going to be the sharks' first game seven since the
team's epic collapse against the l.a. kings two seasons ago. they had a three games to none in that series but ended up losing. >> we never gforget that one, d we? we are moving forward into your tuesday. we are going to have a lot of sunshine and warmer temperatures today. looking forward to sunshine. we do start out with patchy fog and low clouds this morning. we'll have high clouds later today with sunshine. your lunchtime temperature will be at 68 in the peninsula. 75 in the north bay. up to 79 there. 66 in san francisco. the tri-valley 82. we will have more warm weather in the forecast with some of the warmest temperatures tomorrow. details on that coming up in less than ten minutes. mike, you're tracking a different section? >> the closure at the dunbarton
bridge but we are moving over to 80 southwestbound. there is the dub kin interchange and slow traffic there. 84 west, we had a lot of slowing over the last five and seven minutes. started to move better. just under the speed limit for the area. back to orange again. watch for more crews there early morning. 4:38. coming up, are complaints about california's auto repair shops falling on deaf ears? that story next. police department racist texts. the san francisco police
department under a microscope. lawyers tell a blue ribbon panel -- they don l >>. >> the san francisco police department right now under a microscope. lawyers tell a blue ribbon panel they don't like what they see. district attorney called for that panel after text messages revealed more than a dozen officers exchanged racist and homophobic text messages. speak spent months looking at hiring practices, use of force and internal affairs. they say the police department is not transparent and lacks accountability because it is not independently audited.
the final report is expected in 90 days. an investigative unit. there are more than 36,000 auto repair shops across california but finding one you can trust isn't always easy. a state agency says it works to protect consumers looking into complaints against repair shops. they discovered much of what they find is kept secret. the bureau of automotive repair was created to hold the auto industry accountable. our investigative unit found out that for about 97% of auto repair complaints, repair shops never face dies palestine. >> i think your investigative reporting showed us there were some gaps here and that the consumer isn't as protected as they could be or should be. >> the bureau says state law actually prevents the agency from issuing more fines to repair shops, but a law maker says that just isn't true.
coming up tonight at 11:00, we'll tell you how that potential new law could dramatically change the way you and other drivers shop around for auto repairs. if you have a tip for our investigative unit, give us a call. coming up next, the city in ruin. damage left behind in a canadian city after several fires rip through it. >> hillary clinton is heading back to the bay area as bernie sanders continues to woo voters in northern california.
their first look at what's left of neighborhoods - destroyed by that massive wildfire in alberta. canadian officials getting their first look at what is left of neighborhoods destroyed by the massive wildfire in alberta. this is ft. mcmurray where 2400 homes and buildings are gone. to put that into perspective, that's more than triple the size of lake tahoe. the fire is still burning out of control but cooler weather is allows crews to gain some ground. striking yesterday with the comments from firefighters on the ground working on this and they almost lose their voice. >> they are losing their own homes while trying to save others. >> kari hall, you're watching our forecast at home. scorching temperatures not exactly, but we are seeing a warm-up. >> it will feel a little like summer across the bay area.
it's been so cool and cloudy here lately. nice to see the sun. we had that yesterday afternoon. we'll have it again today with warmer air moving in. temperatures are now in the lower 50s. 53 in san francisco and the east bay. south bay 58. as we get a closer look at the north bay from our weather underground sites. 49 in san rafael. venecia 53. we begin the same way as yesterday. it's not as widespread but we will have a good coverage of low clouds. mist may be a problem. as we go into 4:00 this afternoon, it's along the coast once again. that will keep san francisco temperatures cool. we won't see the fog as widespread heading into tomorrow. that will be the trend over the next couple of mornings. we get clear skies across the bay.
still some clouds at 6:00 and 7:00 this morning. the sun starts to peek out at 8:00. 62 by 10:00. we continue to see those temperatures warming up into the low 70s today. and some 70s in the forecast widespread. south bay up to 79 in los gatos. embarcadero up to 65. low 80s in spots like brentwood. our temperatures will be well above average for this time of year. if you are going to the giants game tonight, slightly warmer than last night at the game. still becoming mostly cloudy. light winds from the west at 10 to 15 miles per hour. our temperature trend starting out tomorrow in dublin into the lower 80s. thursday looks to be our warmest day of the week. average high is 74. we'll be back there in time for the weekend. slightly cooler temperatures come in. looking ahead to the weekend forecast, looking at highs in the upper 70s for the
tri-valley. some mid 70s by the end of the weekend. it will be a little bit closer to normal as we do get that sunshine continuing across the bay area. how is it looking on the roadways? >> clear. dunbarton bridge moves well. we'll move over here. we are looking north of the bay bridge getting off that richmond bridge in the north bay eastbound 580. there is the race track here. eastbound coming off the bridge at central. reports of a crash there. getting more details to see if any lanes are blocked. you see no slowing through the area. north bay and easy drive across the golden gate bridge. politics. donald trump is building his transition team. hillary clinton bracing for a loss and bernie sanders drawing
massive crowds in california. >> tracie potts live in washington this morning with the very latest on the race to president. >> we are going to fight for every vote until june 14th. >> bernie sanders told a late-night crowd he expects to win today's primary in west virginia, california, plus five other states. >> donald trump is not going to become president of the united states. >> trump's already tapped former rival chris christie to head his transition team and courting top republicans in washington in separate meetings on thursday. speaker paul ryan says he is willing to step down as convention chair. he is the nominee. i'm do whatever he wants, but trump is looking past the convention, bringing up bill clinton to cnn. >> he was impeached. then he lied about it. >> i have nothing to say about him and how he is running the
campaign. >> clinton calls trump's ideas expanding nuclear weapons, pulling out of nato dangerous and reckless. >> i've been on the equal pay bandwagon for a long time. but bracing for a loss in west virginia today. in kentucky they've taken out ads to run later this week. tracie potts, nbc news, washington. hillary clinton is going to get a chance to see her new campaign office. this is the one that opened yesterday in san francisco. clinton has three offices here in the golden state. we have confirmed the democratic front-runner hillary clinton is going to return to the bay area later this month. she is going to attend a fund-raiser on may 25th. facebook facing controversy this morning over its news feed. chevy has a new way to sell to younger car buyers. we turn to landon dowdy live
from cnbc news headquarters. good morning. the markets could be trending higher today. futures pointing to a positive open. stocks ending mixed monday. the nasdaq snapping a three-day losing streak with earnings from disney this afternoon. slipping 34 points to 17ç705. facebook denying claims it puts conservative news on its site. facebook says it has rigorous guidelines to keep neutrality with its 1.6 billion users around the world. >> older americans aren't buying many small cars. chevy is appealing to younger users.
those cars account for 7% of chevy's sales this year. >> i would think that would be part of their audience. >> you think of chevy, you think of big trucks. they are changing their m.o. a little bit. thank you very much. before you dress the kids, a warning about those popular light-up shoes. plus, happening now, the nbc bay area investigative unit uncovering video showing hotel staff accepting cash kickbacks from cab drivers. our exclusive story now on nbcbayarea.com. >> following news out of germany. there's been an attack at a train station in munich. we are tweeting updates on that situation.
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time at one of san francisco's most popular parks. starting today -- alamo park be shut down for several months. time is running out to spend time at one of san francisco's popular parks. alamo park will be shut down for several months. it's known for its painted ladies victorian and opening credits to "full house." it will close for nine months as they work on big renovations including new trees and irrigation systems and wheelchair accessible rest rooms. a kids pair of light-up shoes might be blamed for catching an suv on fire. this is 2-year-old warren from texas holding what is left of the sneakers that would normally be on his feet. it is a pair of jake and neverland pirates shoes. he left the shoes in the suv friday night. the family woke up to see smoke coming from the inside of the car. the family believes the lithium
battery inside the shoe was the cause. >> blinky shoe, it's cool. you don't think about the risk. >> if it happened while my son was wearing them or in the house, who knows? >> hypotheticals they don't want to consider. the family bought those shoes at a payless shoe store. a spokesperson will work with the family and authorities throughout the investigation. >> and those shoes are so popular. steph curry making a big return to the warriors. the mvp needed last night's overtime to put a stamp on the game and win it for his team. his amazing performance is breaking records. we won't be near records for the high temperatures but very warm into the next couple of days. i'll talk about that and the weekend. >> looking toward berkeley. a crash heading down toward that race track.
push that tape in and hit play. this is a flip phone. have you seen these before? it's called a compact disc. oh. looks like we're getting a facsimile. what year is it to you? it's old. you'd rather use newer technology? definitely. well, i've got something to show you. this is the 2016 chevy volt. it uses extended range electric technology. the prius hybrid uses battery technology developed 15 years ago. chevy expects volt drivers to get over a thousand miles between fill ups. it's got every technology there is. the prius actually belongs on the table. the young man accused of killing a former san francisco public defender faces a judge for the first time.. and. =nats= "high screen comes, curry, some ball handling, fires up a three, does it again!" =runs 5= steph curry lights up the court in portland... a big
he lit up in overtime in the fourth quarter. steph curry lighting it up on the court in portland. a big win for the warriors last night. "today in the bay" starts right now. hopefully you got to see the ending. thank you for joining us. i'm sam brock. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. this guy stayed up, but he's chipper this morning. kari is going with the gold. >> beautiful day. we are looking forward to an award-winning forecast the next couple of days. we will be in the 80s, but not so fast today. we are looking at 50 in the north bay. mostly cloudy skies after a cloudy start. sunshine later today and highs in the upper 70s in the inland area. 66. pleasant weather in san francisco. we'll talk about 80s in the