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the official nba champions. wahoo! good morning, everyone. it is tuesday, june 13. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm anne makovec in for kenny choi. we have complete coverage of the championship game but first, our ladies are here to weigh in. how is everybody feeling? i know people stayed up longer than normal. >> a little tired. >> a little tired but excited. >> happy. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> all the above! >> she is still asleep. >> now, the hardest part was trying to get out of the parking lot last night. you had to stay for the celebration and the trophy presentation but making your way through the parking lot, everybody was celebrg a good kind of celebration. it really is. i have been to the warriors and the chicago bulls, this is a different crowd. then navigating to the -- it was worth it. two hours sleep, it was worth it. [ laughter ] good morning, everybody. let's check the clear skies outside right now. we do have what is the beginning of a warming trend. look at this view.
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transamerica pyramid looking at the bright lights of oakland where people are still dancing in the streets. 40s in santa rosa. 53 in san francisco. low 50s in livermore at this very early hour. notice our satellite-radar shows clouds stacked up next to the san mateo coast to santa cruz. those will wipe away and reveal ample sunshine and a warmup. you will feel the difference today. low 60s beaches. mid-60s to low 70s around the bay to the site of around the peninsula. topping off at 82 degrees in fairfield for our outside number. 76 degrees in san jose. climbing finally out of the 60s. your full forecast just minutes away but right now let's say good morning and bring in jaclyn dunn. >> good morning. we are tracking some slowdowns for drivers heading through tracy. that's because of an accident last night just before midnight. two lanes remain shut down as you are heading westbound 205 so heads up for any "super commuters" out there. once you get past that, though, your ride is in the yellow but it's a 25-minute commute from
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205 on out towards 680 heading through the altamont pass. eastshore freeway looking good towards the bay bridge toll plaza. no delays through the maze. back to you guys. the game ended around 9:00 but the party was just getting started. fans celebrated throughout the night and you can see people were in the streets and lighting fireworks in san francisco, san jose and oakland. there was a very excited crowd inside oracle arena. [ applause and cheers ] >> this is great. this is a long time. especially at home. nothing like "dub nation." kd, steph, we love you, draymond! [ applause and cheers ] >> best night of my life. we went to cleveland for game 4 and spent $25,000. that's embarrassing but it was expensive but to come back here
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and win it is better!! >> disneyland or the warriors game, what did you say, gang? >> warriors game! >> yeah! we did it, champions, baby, let's do it! >> i was so nervous. best game ever. bucket list. bucket list checked off. >> reporter: so you're going to add to this now. >> yeah! whoo! >> warriors! warriors! >> steph, steph, steph! >> it was awesome! scary but awesome! whoo! >> warriors! [ laughter ] >> a pair of tickets for last night was most expensive in nba history. one person paid $133,000 for a pair of floor seats. >> that's a lot of money.
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sports director dennis o'donnell was also at oracle inside the locker room and talked to some of the new champs. >> reporter: good morning, everybody. last year the warriors sue kwon gerd a 3-1 series lead against these cleveland cavaliers so they went out and signed kevin durant to make sure it wouldn't happen again. cleveland dominated game 4 but last night the cavs had an early 8-point lead but the warriors erasessed it with a big run. steph curry goes in. warriors up 9. golden state closed thanks to kevin durant with 39 points, the series mvp in his first year with the warriors. it's a franchise's third title since moving to the bay area. let's hit the locker room. >> how is this championship compared to the first one? >> amazing. this feeling doesn't get old. you know? so it's not like oh, man the first one felt better. this feeling don't get old. so it's amazing. >> i'm talking too much at this point. i had a couple of too many
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beers. i haven't had a beer since february. [ laughter ] >> so to have a beer right now and come talk to you guys, it feels great. >> winning is fantastic. um, i have been so lucky to be part of, you know, so many championship teams as a player and now as a coach. and it never gets old. but tonight was a little different just based on, you know, the things i have had to go through. >> yeah. good for steve kerr. good for the warriors. the parade is on thursday. it's going to be a short off season. then will come the business of signing basketball players. steph curry will be the nba's first $200 million man when he inks his new deal this summer. we'll have more coming up. right now, dennis o'donnell from oracle, kpix 5. >> you like steve kerr's champagne hairstyle? >> yes. he was very emotional. it was great to see him back in action and chasing victory. >> they all were.
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the victory parade is set for thursday morning. that's exciting. >> it will be a good time. starts at 10 a.m. in downtown oakland. >> it starts at 11th and broadway ends near the civic center. fans can start lining at 5 a.m. and lakeshore and 12th. we'll going to have live coverage of the parade and all the festivities to tune in at 9:30 right here on kpix 5. we're all going to head over the bridge to oakland to check out that party. >> oh, yeah. >> the weather is going to be conducive. if you remember last thursday, we had rain. this thursday, we're going to have a warming trend so temperatures will be nice and pleasant in oakland for the parade. no rain on the parade on thursday. hi, everybody, good morning. outside right now live weather camera we're looking at the bright lights of the embarcadero over the bay bridge towards the port of oakland and the estuary. clear skies, visibility
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unlimited. 40s in santa rosa to 50 san jose, san francisco, livermore, oakland and in redwood city. now, the winds are relatively slight this morning. we'll be increasing later today northwesterly 10 to 20 miles per hour during the afternoon hours. high temperatures across the board now yesterday we were a good 13 degrees below average. today spot on for where we should be for this time of year. should be around 79 in san jose. 77 in the forecast today. mid-70s around the peninsula into belmont, atherton and woodside. 60s at the coast. los gatos in the 80s. east bay 84 the outside number at the delta today. rentwood, tracy, oakley, discovery bay. 79 in benicia. north bay 60s. further onshore into the 70s from mill valley through
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petaluma. high 70s to the low 80s around glen ellen. and 82 in saint helena. full forecast featuring triple digits today. good morning, and right now now, we have some roadwork. caltrans keeping busy taking advantage of the nice weather and we have a couple of lanes shut down. this is on the 280 extension right near mariposa so just a heads up. you will see some flashing lights as you as you make your way in or out of the office this morning. it's supposed to wrap up by 6:00 this morning. i drove past that this morning and it's definitely out there. lights are bright. here's a look at 280 near 6th street. you can see some of the flashing lights with road crews still out there. other than that quiet on the roads with the exception of that earlier crash in tracy so for any of our "super commuters," do expect delays along westbound 205 into livermore. bay bridge toll plaza quiet. back to you guys. all eyes are on capitol hill
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this morning. attorney general jeff sessions is giving his testimony into alleged ties between russia and the 2016 presidential election. in preparation for the hearing, president trump gathered his full cabinet for the first time yesterday. reed binion reports. >> reporter: president donald trump holding a roundtable with his full cabinet a chance for them to outline department activities in the first months on the job. >> we're going to discuss various issues. >> reporter: the leaders spoke not about the specifics of governing, except one after another they heaped praise on president trump. >> the greatest privilege of my life to serve and vice president to a president who is keeping his word to the american people. >> reporter: secretaries offering similar kudos. >> my privilege to be here keeply honored. >> i want to congratulate you on the men and women you have placed around this table.
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>> reporter: defense secretary james mattis focusing praise serving under then. >> the department of defense. >> thank you for the opportunity and blessing to serve your agenda. >> reporter: the episode had parallels with questions raised about trump's emphasis on personal loyalty after last week's testimony by fired fbi director james comey who said he declined trump's request for loyalty. a request that trump's lawyer marc kasowitz said the president never made. >> he never said it in form. and he never said it in substance. >> reporter: monday's cabinet meeting also coming ahead of attorney general jeff sessions's senate testimony. democrats expected to grill him on comey' testimony about trump's conduct and about his involvement in comey's firing despite his recusal into the investigation into the alleged russian interference in the 2016 election. i'm reed binion reporting. >> we have have live coverage of sessions' testimony starting at 11:30 a.m. the ninth circuit in san francisco is the second federal
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appeals court to rule against the president's revised travel ban. president trump wants to block visitors from six muslim nations temporarily but three judges said that violates immigration law by discriminating against people based on nationality. they added that trump failed to show that allowing those visitors into the country would hurt american interests. senator dianne feinstein said, quote, while presidents have brought authority over immigration the ninth circuit rightly noted that power is not absolute and president trump far exceeded it. highway 680 is back open this morning. the northbound lanes were shut down overnight because of a deadly crash. this happened near olympic in walnut creek. a motorcycle was involved in the crash. one person died. it's unclear if it was the biker or someone else. time is 4:41. still ahead, house hunting in the bay area. tough job, only on "5" where you can buy a bargain home in the hottest market in america. ♪[ music ]
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but it's farther afield than san francisco and oakland..
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only on five: the housing market is booming in one bay area community but it's farther than san francisco and oakland. only on "5," kpix 5's betty yu takes us house hunting in vallejo where you can still buy a house for less of that half a million dollars. >> reporter: if you're looking for a bargain in the bay area's pricy housing market, look no further than vallejo. it was just named as the hottest market in america edging out san francisco at number 2 according to realtor.com. >> 2007, 2008, the market crash this city was one of the hardest hit. the city even filed for bankruptcy and a lot of people think of vallejo as a crime- ridden spot, a lot of foreclosures. but because of the prices and because of where it's situated, it's really an incredible transition. so this is a four-bedroom 2.5 bath single-family home. >> reporter: this 2,000-square-
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foot home featured a remodeled kitchen easily upgradeable fixtures and a huge backyard priced at $450,000. and that's above the city's median home value, 350,000. >> you can get beautiful large victorians. >> reporter: if you are willing to pay more, you can snap up this special rare find. >> tons of character here. >> reporter: a historic six- bedroom, five bath, multi- family victorian built in 1917 on florida street, asking price $598,000. for buyers looking for something more modern, this three-bedroom, three-bath at water stone home is listed at about $750,000. >> vallejo is 30 miles from san francisco. it's 15 miles from napa valley. you have a direct ferry straight into the city. and it's great weather. >> reporter: luxury real estate broker says demand has gone uptickly because people have been priced out of -- up
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particularly because people have been priced out of san francisco. the median home value is $678,000. >> look on this block alone. you have three coffee shops and restaurants opening up. there's a burgeoning artstein in downtown vallejo so it's really changing. >> reporter: like other bay area cities, though, homes in vallejo are in short supply, half sell in under 30 days. in vallejo, betty yu, kpix 5. all right. let's check the weather. roberta has the newspaper. what does it say? >> and you know, you know how i get a newspaper every morning. >> yes. >> i stop for one. today they were late i think it's because they coming off the press. >> everybody is running a little slower today. >> it's wonderful. take a good look at it. this is a keeper, champs again. >> i like the word again. >> it's awesome. >> yeah. >> you know, and the first win was ever so special. i was talking people in the warriors off and in the second is special if not more so
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because it's like a comeback in a sort of way. >> it solidifies it. >> because steve kerr and what he has been going through and we wonder if he is going to be back again this year because of his health issue. >> kevin durant, mvp! >> his mom on the field. we were all crying! [ laughter ] hi, everybody! good morning. let's head outdoors. see all those lights? you see the bay bridge, in the distance those are people still partying in oakland. somebody forgot to turn the lights off this morning. this is another view from the transamerica pyramid. right now temperatures 40s and 50s. it's 49 degrees in santa rosa. the winds have been light this morning and i know i have been receiving so many emails, tweets, facebook messages, we're done with the wind. not so much. later today the wind more of an offshore wind north and northwest. and we will see them up to 20 miles per hour. let's say good morning to our weather watchers. linda in fairfield, robert in
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redwood city, dave in napa, katie in hayward, everybody in the 40s and 50s and clear skies. we do have a little bit of stratus hanging very tight to the san mateo coast this morning backing through the santa cruz beaches. and all that's going to blow away. area of low pressure now heading out. high pressure will be building in. and i want you to look carefully at this. this is our futurecast taking you into tomorrow morning just about this time and what do you see? absolutely nothing. that is what an offshore flow looks like. and that is what we're going to be experiencing for several days all the way past father's day this weekend. today statewide into the 70s. central valley 60s in monterey bay. once the clouds clear, 50s in yosemite, warming up to highs in the 80s by the weekend. 60s, 70s and 80s common across the board today. outside number will be 84 degrees towards discovery bay. good morning to you in san rafael, kentfield, also backing through mill valley into the 70s. what a gorgeous day. in fact, when you take a look at these temperatures today, they are where they should be for this 13th day of the month
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of june. then we see an increase in temperatures on wednesday. boy, you're going to feel the difference on thursday. certainly on friday. topping off inland in the warmest locations in the triple digits over the weekend. when the temperature goes up, the air quality will deteriorate. expect a "spare the air" easily by the end of the workweek. that's a look at your morning weather forecast. here's jaclyn with traffic. good morning. right now we're spotting a few more people on 880 more than typical. no delays but i think a lot of people are still going home after the big night last night. in the green, 16 minutes from 238 to the maze. so really no delays there. but we are tracking some big slowdowns for anyone who travels out of stockton or tracy. we do have an earlier accident that happened about midnight last night. two lanes shut down along westbound 205 as you approach
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tracy boulevard. the traffic is backed up well beyond 205 along i-5 through lathrop and all the way back over towards manteca along westbound 120. so definitely give yourself some extra time this morning. it's going to be a slow ride. a lot of folks are using 132 out of modesto. you can also use mass transit and that's running with no delays, ace train number one off to a great start. if you are planning on making your way through the south bay speeds are in the green at the limit. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. jackie, thank you. time now 4:50. one of america's biggest food chains is hiring a lot of workers for the summer. still ahead, why them you to apply through snapchat. who are these people?
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executive has left the company. uber has confirmed that emil michael... the senior vice esident of bus another leadership shake-up
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at uber. a top executive has left the company. uber has confirmed that a meal michael the senior vice president of business is out. michael had been with uber since 2013. he was a key executive and a close confidante of the ceo travis kalanick. this as uber's board discusses a possible leave of absence for kalanick as he copes with the sudden loss of his mother. the board approved recommendations made by former u.s. attorney general eric holder who is working to reform the company's internal culture. uber is currently facing allegations of sexual harassment and other workplace issues. if you are looking for a job, look at snapchat. starting today mcdonald's is putting $250,000 jobs up on the social media app. mcdonald's is going to be using a series of 10 second snapchat ads that it calls snap- lications. they talk about why they like working there. people who want a job will be directed to a hub where they
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can download and fill out an application. sounds like a gimmick. but hey. >> you think so? >> oh, i don't know. i mean - [ pause ] >> it's the way it's all going. an alleged bay area park some very shy ducks needed a place to nest. >> and one volunteered wanted to build the answer to their problems. kpix 5's john ramos shows us how his handiwork has changed their fate. >> reporter: take a stroll through walnut creek's heather farm park and for those who look closely, nature is on fell display. >> you're in the suburbs but your reright there with the wildlife. >> reporter: most of it is natural but sometimes the wildlife gets a little help. >> it's the inner child 8-year- old that loves this kind of stuff. >> reporter: brian murphy is a volunteer with the california wood duck program aimed at repopulating urban areas like walnut creek's city park with
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one of nature's most beautiful and elusive waterfowl. >> just for fun, we thought we would put up wood duck boxes to see what happened. guess what. >> reporter: the boxes are helpful because wood ducks lay eggs up in small crevices of older trees. but many of those have been removed for flood control. so murphy's boxes give them a place to nest. and as you can see, it's working. >> for us, in the urban creek, it's a learning process. >> reporter: have you learned a lot? >> oh, yeah. >> reporter: he has learned where to position the boxes and how to keep squirrels out by sprinkling in a little cayenne pepper. the average nest will have 12 to 14 eggs, but you're lucky if you ever see a wood duck because they are shy and hide out near the creek's banks. so then why do it? >> all you have to do is open up a box that's hatched with all the ducklings in there. you're hooked. >> reporter: the wood duck program has helped hatch more
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than 700,000 chicks statewide. and many of them are living right under our noses. you just have to slow down and look closely to see them. in walnut creek, john ramos, kpix 5. >> brian regularly posts updates about wood ducks on the website for the mount diablo audubon society. >> you can find a link on our website, cbssf.com. powerball officials are still looking for the big winner someone in california hitting the $448 million jackpot but hasn't yet come forward. the store who sold the ticket got a million dollars yesterday. >> we are waiting for them to come in and we can't wait to see what it is. we are happy for them. >> the family has owned the store for 27 years. just about 3 minutes before 5:00. still ahead, the latest from capitol hill. attorney general jeff sessions is expected to testify about
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alleged russian interference in the 2016 election. >> and the warriors did it. we are live outside oracle arena where it was one giant party all night long. but that's just the beginning of a week-long of celebrating.
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and are the official champions of the n-b-a! it was awesome! scary but awesome! whoo! >> the warriors are the official champions of the nba! it's a good morning. >> we lost our voices a little bit from all the screaming. >> it was quite a night. >> it was. hey, i'm michelle griego.
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in case you didn't know. >> yes. and i'm anne makovec in for kenny choi this morning. and take a look at the front page of the "chronicle." it says, champs again! the final score last night warriors 129, cavaliers 120. kpix 5's jackie ward live at oracle arena where fans were going nuts after the big win. jackie. >> reporter: yeah. i'm trying to find that energy that they have this morning because, man, i stayed up late past my bedtime last night but how worth it. how amazing was that game? it's all back to business here this morning. there's some people who have been here all through the night at oracle actually getting it ready for a concert. the '80s band poison will be here tonight to play for the crowd. but it was all about the "dubs" last night and "dub nation," you absolutely out did yourself last night living up to the "roar-acle" reputation. on their feet for most of the game, 19,000-plus people made it known that they wanted their team to finish the finals at

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