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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 home so the celebrating could
begin asap. one dad in the crowd gave his son a very important decision to make regarding the game. >> i asked him this morning, i said disneyland or the warriors game. what did you say, gang? >> warriors game. >> yeah! we did it, baby, champions! >> reporter: so after the game thousands of people swarmed the streets of oakland to celebrate, some partaking in a sideshow this one lasting an hour at 100th and international. others lit fires in the middle of 87th and international not far from the sideshow i just told but. we don't know how many arrests there were. a little too early for that information to come out. but besides what i showed you the sideshow and fire, a lot of people were celebrating in a good way dancing in the street and that sort of thing. this is just the beginning of what will be a very fun week. live from oracle arena, jackie ward, kpix 5. the game ended around 9 p.m. but the party was just getting started. fans celebrated throughout the
night. people were in the streets lighting fireworks in san francisco, san jose, and oakland. we're told one driver got a ticket for a sideshow in oakland. the car was towed but no one was hurt. and again, the victory parade is set for thursday morning. >> it kicks off at 10 a.m. in downtown oakland and here's a look at the route. it starts at 11th and broadway and ends with a big rally near the civic center. fans car start lining up at 5 a.m. at lakeshore and 12th. it sounds early but there will be a lot of people lined up pre- 5 a.m. even if they are not technically allowed. we are going to have live coverage of the parade and all festivities. tune in at 9:30 a.m. thursday on kpix 5. >> it will be fun. we are heading out to cover it. you like the new t-shirts? >> what was interesting the fact that they're black. >> they didn't go gold or blue. they went black. >> i like the black.
>> it's cool. it's going to be a little bigger. i want the champs to be bigger. >> we should have designed. this [ crosstalk ] >> how many people do you think will be wearing those today? >> many. >> thousands. >> it's all good. yeah. boy. congratulations to our golden state warriors and thank you so much for a wonderful season. it was so wonderful. when you do to so much of these events, it's hard to get excited. that was really an excited game last night because it was like the cavs came within 5 in the 4th quarter and it was like oh, my god! here we go again. >> during the 2nd quarter i dozed off because i was tired and i woke up the "dubs" were up 20 points. well, what happened? [ laughter ] >> it was so loud there. and there was a woman in front of me with the thunder stick the whole time so there was no dozing! >> okay! [ laughter ]
>> all right. lost my hearing but it was fun, exciting! congratulations. what a day today and what a day it will be for the parade, as well. >> perfect. >> it was a week ago on thursday when we had rain in the forecast. this thursday for the parade it's going to warm up. today a seasonal day and, in fact, temperatures only about one degree off the mark in san francisco. mountain view 3 degrees below average. concord up to 79 when yesterday you were 13 degrees below average. temperatures today with the abundance of sunshine we have pacifica in the 60s. now, you're going to feel the difference today. it's a warming trend that kick starts today. 60s in san francisco, 60s around oakland, berkeley, emeryville, back through richmond. 70s common around the peninsula today. mid-70s in san jose up to the low 80s in los gatos and saratoga. oncord, clayton and walnut creek, high 70s pretty much where you should be for this time of the year. livermore up to 80 degrees. we have 70s in the north bay. full forecast is still coming
up. but right now, we want to send it on over to jaclyn dunn. >> good morning. happy tuesday. right now, we are tracking speeds in the green for drivers heading along interstate 80 the eastshore freeway making your way through berkeley on over towards the maze. no delays as you head on into san francisco. looking pretty good. we are tracking a "sig alert" and this means two lanes shut down along westbound 205 as you head through tracy. anyone traveling out of stockton or modesto encouraged to use highway 4 or 132. you do not want to use westbound 205 traffic backed up on to 120 in manteca. 580 starting to see a few brake lights but we are still in the green 25 minutes from 205 to 680. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. developing news now. [ no microphone ] [ pause ] we have some developing news now in germany. police on the scene of a shooting at a subway station in
munich. authorities say at least one person was shot. no information about the person's condition or identity. and police are adding extra security around the station as they look for the suspect. investigators do not believe it's a terrorist attack. it's unclear if the victim knew the suspect. a big day on capitol hill. attorney general jeff sessions will face questions from the senate intelligence committee about his contact with russian officials during the 2016 presidential election. the committee is expected to ask him about his involvement in the firing of former fbi director james comey. sessions has recused himself from all ongoing investigations into russia. comey has hinted there might be somebody more to his recusal. >> we also were aware of facts that i can't discuss in an open setting. >> meanwhile, a friend of the president said he is considering firing robert mueller, who is leading the investigation into alleged russian interference in the 2016 election. a senior white house adviser didn't deny the claim but says the friend did not speak to the
president. we'll have live coverage of sessions' testimony here on kpix 5 starting at 11:30 this morning. sessions' testimony isn't the only big political meeting in the mix. there's a high stakes election coming up in the south. san francisco representative nancy pelosi is appearing in a surprising tv ad for one of the campaigns. for more insight we turn to our washington insider marc sandalow. how does pelosi figure in the special election in georgia? >> reporter: hello to both of you [ in spanish ]. it's not surprising to see nancy pelosi in public commercials. she makes many appearances to try to brand democrats as big liberals. what's surprise something that this ad is -- is in spanish. i think we have a clip of the beginning of it here. [ in spanish ]
>> all right. you don't need to speak spanish to understand what they are doing here is tying the democrats bob ossoff to [ indiscernible ] latinos are reliable democrats but this district north of georgia is so close that republicans need every vote they can get. this is a district that's been held for 30 years by republicans. if this were to go democratic, the election one week from today, there's a lot of people thinking this town in the capitol building behind me here there are a lot of republicans who are going to be nervous about the trump presidency. >> all right. sounds like they are pouring some money into that campaign. let's talk about jeff sessions testimony before congress today. it starts at 11:30 our time. all eyes again on capitol hill. [ chuckling ] >> reporter: so by the way that
congressional race is the most expensive in american history. yes, they are putting money into it. so sessions is likely not to be as exciting as james comey was only because sessions is still the attorney general and he is under investigation and he may well take the fifth and not answer an awful lot of questions. the big questions for him are, first of all, why did he not tell senators when he was being confirmed that he had met with russians after the election, nothing illegal about that. but he didn't say he did. he said he didn't. was he lying? did he forget? the other question what you hinted at earlier that james comey points out that jeff sessions was supposedly involved with his firing of the president. the president says he fired comey because of the russia investigation. but sessions has recused himself. he said he would stay out of all russian investigations. what was he doing in the comey firing if he actually had recused himself? he will be asked those questions no doubt. i'm not sure he is going to
answer them. >> and marc, let's talk about president trump's cabinet meeting yesterday. it was unusual. >> reporter: so either it is a unique joy and pleasure to work for this president. [ laughter ] >> or he demands adulation publicly like somebody we have never seen before. this -- they went around the room this cabinet meeting the first one he held with reporters in the room starting with reince priebus his chief of staff saying we thank you for the opportunity and blessing to serve in your presence. then they went around rick perry in energy and purdue at agriculture, each of them praising our president for being a remarkable person for them to work for. now one has seen anything like that. it reminded some of what you might expect from, say, a leader in north korea, kim jong- un. um, which by the way is where dennis rodman is heading today to try to, um, do some international negotiations.
[ chuckling ] >> you notice the quick little transition there to basketball. i couldn't help myself. here's the political angle on last night's victory. the warriors had a great time in the white house meeting president obama being honored last year. the whole team was there. >> mm-hm. >> will they do the same with our president this year? >> that is going to be very interesting. >> yeah. good point to bring up, mark, like always, we love talking to you! thanks so much. well, the jury for bill cosby's sexual assault trial will continue deliberations this morning. his lawyers presented their entire case yesterday before it went to the jury. they called just one witness to the stand a detective. he testified for six minutes. last week, his accuser testified that cosby gave her pills that left her half conscious while he assaulted her. cosby's lawyers say while he had been unfaithful to his wife, he did not commit a crime. and former president of mexico vicente fox in town
today. why he is talking about weed. i'm jessica flores with the details coming up. >> and here we go. good morning, everybody! on this tuesday, today kick starts a warming trend. i'll tell you which day will be the hottest. >> and we are tracking a new hot spot. a car fire slowing some folks down along interstate 80. will it slow you down? coming up, after the break.
business summit in oakland.. kpix 5's jessica flores is live at the oakland marriott city center with more. jessica? former mexican president vicente fox will be at the cannabis business summit in oakland today. jessica flores reports from the marriott oakland citycenter. >> reporter: that's right, michelle. the former mexican president will be here in downtown oakland talking all about weed. he will be giving the keynote address. now, he has been a big proponent of legalizing marijuana in mexico and the united states for a few years. his opinions have developed over the years. and he will talk about the social justice issues associated with marijuana and making it illegal. he is also blaming the drug cartel violence on the war on drugs. he has been hugely critical of the trump administration as we know and president trump has
promised to build the wall between the u.s. and mexico. and he said he wants mexico to pay for it. it's mr. trump's plan to fight illegal immigration and drug trafficking. fox believes the wall is an empty process. >> they better understand that we are not paying for that wall, that u.s. taxes will pay for that wall and it is a wall that is a waste. it serves no purpose. >> the former mexican president and the trump administration will continue to clash over marijuana. according to a letter obtained by the "washington post" yesterday, attorney general jeff sessions wants to prosecute medical marijuana providers. vicente fox will be giving his keynote address here in downtown oakland at 10 a.m. and, of course, we expect him to weigh in on washington politics and on president trump. reporting live in oakland, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. 5:16 right now. let's check traffic with jaclyn. how's it looking? >> reporter: we're tracking a few slowdowns.
we have a hot spot okay 80 near vallejo. this is westbound 80 near redwood and we have a car fire. now we're starting to see delays in both directions. at least one lane blocked in that westbound direction. speeds drop just below 45 miles per hour. so expect slowdowns through that stretch. the rest of your right on the eastshore freeway is right near cummings parkway, not too bad. it's an easy commute heading in through berkeley on down towards the maze. no delays over at the bay bridge toll plaza although it's getting crowded. a few more folks joining our tuesday morning ride. good morning to you. 10 minutes as you make your way from the maze into downtown san francisco. we do have a "sig alert" that remains in effect two lanes closed. westbound 205 near grant line we had an accident before midnight last night and that shut down those lanes and now we are getting a new crash in the same area. avoid 205 "super commuters." traffic backed up into manteca
along westbound 120. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. you say traffic is backed up to manteca, oh, my goodness. there's some water slides out there. [ laughter ] >> you may want to head there over the next couple of days. he today you will feel the difference at this early hour. official sundayup at 5:47. it will be a gorgeous day here in the bay area. 47 in santa rosa. 53 in san jose and san francisco. 54 now in oakland. winds are so light this morning, do you remember just 24 hours ago we were picking up winds up to 14? well, these winds are variable. they will become more of a northwest wind today 10 to 20 so breezy. here's lynn d.a. she is in fairfield. she is saying the wind is up to about 11 there. double down wind you go linda,
thank you for checking in with us with clear skies. we have a swath of clouds around san mateo coast through santa cruz. that's going to wipe away and reveal ample sunshine. high pressure is building in. so when you take a look at our fewer cast here we go into wednesday 24 hours from now what now what do you see? nothing. absolutely nothing. that's what an offshore flow looks like. so as we advance into your wednesday and thursday, parade day, nothing but an offshore flow. today 70s across the area. today 60s and 70s and 80s up to 82 degrees in fairfield. bested by 48 degrees in
brentwood, tracy, oakley, discovery bay. by thursday we'll see temperatures up into the 90s and air quality will go down dramatically. i would not be too surprised to see a "spare the air" day in effect for friday through sunday which we'll have to keep an eye on that because we know dads like to barbecue on father's day. 67 to 97 degrees on sunday a look at your forecast today. now i want to talk about some earnings anne, what's going on with that? there is a new list out, and somehow, i don't know, roberta, neither of us made it on to this list! [ laughter ] >> numbers are in. and diddy has the dough. forbes released its list of the highest paid entertainers in fact world. sean combs makes the most with an estimated $130 million. a close second is beyonce, the release of her record and world tour gave her nearly $105 million. pulling into the number three spot, j.k. rowling, the author of harry potter, at $95 million. a lot of people are sharing
this ad nike released it moments after the warriors win perfect timing for kevin durant who got the mvp title. career.. and takes a jab at some of his critics. >> it's over! the first nba championship! >> the title is debate this. it shows the story of kd's career and takes a jab at some of his critics. durant left the oklahoma city thunder for golden state last summer and after it aired, nike tweeted debate this. kevin durant is now a world champion. we'll be right back. ♪[ music ]
good morning, everybody, in championship city. you know, the bay area hasn't had a team win a championship in its home venue since 1974 when the a's beat the dodgers in the world series. that streak ended at oracle last night. the cast of "hamilton" sang the national anthem. cleveland started strong after a warriors turnover. lebron going the other way dunks it over kevin durant. cavs up by 8. but the warriors
flipped the switch in the second thanks to andre iguodala's steal. jam at the other end. the cavs lead evaporated. curry with 34 points, warriors up 5. irving knocks down the three but the cavs don't get back and curry his kd on the long pass with the easy bucket. they led by as many as 17 in the half. the cavs didn't fold. the warriors lead down to 5 in the 3rd quarter. lebron had 41 points. but iguodala saved his best play-off game for last night. curry flings a pretty pass to iggy for the jam. 10-point warriors lead in the fourth. the cavs couldn't make any kind of run because durant was 14-20 from the field. he had 39 points. he averaged 35 in the series. he was named the mvp of the finals. the warriors win their third nba title and second in the last three years. 129-120 is the final.
>> obviously, we were heartbroken last year but this year was our turn. and we're obviously quite happy, if you couldn't tell by my wet hair. >> people think it was easy but it was far from easy. we worked hard for it. so much effort from everybody. >> oh, man. >> nothing easy. >> i feel like i just had a baby. >> 55 seconds left. is this really happening? dra keep playing to the end! >> andre iguodala keep playing, we got 50 seconds left. bro, we about to win a title! >> sacrifice finally paid off. it's been a long wait. it was worth it. >> this is history. you know? we're going down as one of the best teams ever. um, and that's a special thing you cannot take away from us. >> so for us to be able to do it in front of our home crowd, thanks to the whole bay area that supported us. since i been here, my rookie
year, man, the depths of the nba to here, you know, champs again, crazy. >> reporter: i shake my head when i think about how spoiled the bay area is in this decade alone, the giants have won three world series titles and now the warriors have their second nba title and you wonder who is next. perhaps the oakland raiders? reporting from oracle, dennis o'donnell, kpix 5.
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was in oakland last night. golden state warriors beat the cavs to become the official champs of the nba. good morning, it is tuesday, june 13. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm anne makovec in for kenny choi. we have complete coverage of the warriors big win and the upcoming parade but first, it is a big day on capitol hill. attorney general jeff sessions will face tough questions about russia's possible meddling into the 2016 presidential election. weijia jang reports. >> reporter: good morning, michelle and anne. sessions will be answering all of those questions in a public hearing. the justice department said he requested it not happen behind closed doors because he believes it's important for the american public to hear the truth directly from him. >> celebrate this group. >> reporter: attorney general jeff sessions praised president trump and fellow cabinet members monday ahead of his
testimony before the senate intelligence committee today. he is expected to face questions about his contacts with russia's ambassador to the u.s. during the presidential campaign. sessions though has recused himself from all ongoing investigations into russia. >> i should not be involved in investigating a campaign i had a role in. >> reporter: sessions may also have to answer for what role if any he played in the firing of former fbi director james comey. comey during his testimony to the senate hinted there might be more to sessions' recusal. >> we also were aware of facts that i can't discuss in an open setting. >> reporter: sessions will have the option to avoid some questions by citing executive privilege a move the white house has not ruled out. >> i think it depends on the scope of the questions and it would -- to get into a hypothetical tip would be premature. >> reporter: the attorney general may also be asked if there are tapes of the president's private conversations with comey as mr.
trump suggested last month but refused to confirm monday. >> mr. president are there tapes of you and james comey in the oval office? >> thank you. >> reporter: the secret service revealed yesterday it is unaware of any recording devices inside the oval office. and the white house hasn't offered clarity either. only saying that at some point in the future, the president himself will address that issue of possible recordings. >> we know attorney general jeff sessions was in trouble after the last hearing. will senators be scrutinizing his words more than typical? >> reporter: absolutely. you know, the last time attorney general jeff sessions testified on capitol hill during his confirmation hearing he had said i had no communications with the russians. we know that to be false. some lawmakers have asked the fbi to investigate whether he committed perjury, others are more blunt saying he ought to be fired. so certainly they will be paying attention to every word. >> thank you, weijia jang live for us on capitol hill.
and we are going to have live coverage of sessions' testimony starting this morning at 11:30 a.m. you can see it here on kpix 5. the other big story of course this morning the golden state warriors. >> they beat the cavaliers if you didn't watch it last night to become the champions of the nba. [ applause and cheers ] >> yeah, what a moment holding up the big trophy at oracle arena last night. final score of the game 129-120. check out the fireworks over oracle arena. this is the warriors' second title in three seasons. kpix 5's jackie ward is live at oracle arena. fans were loud and proud and plenty talkative about that stunning win, jackie. >> reporter: well, yeah, of course. everyone wants to talk when you're winning. but somebody has to clean up the mess. lots of confetti being picked up, the floors are being removed right now because there's a concert that's happening later tonight. so there have been people
putting in work all nights but the "dubs" put in the work last night. "dub nation" was loud yesterday in support of their team every, single minute of the game. they got a lot of shoutouts from the team afterwards, too, beating the cavs twice in three years is z there was a lot of love at oracle last night. >> this is great. it's a long type especially at home. there's nothing like "dub nation," baby! kd, steph, we love you, draymond! [ laughter ] >> reporter: the whole roster, really, right? as soon as the final buzzer sounded the celebrating began. fireworks lit up the sky outside oracle arena last night. chopper 5 getting a view of it. somebodythere was a sideshow in oakland and someone was arrested and their car towed. from oracle arena, jackie ward, kpix 5. >> you know what i loved? after the game when lebron james went up to kevin durant
and some of the other cavs went up to kevin durant and hugged him and i just think that's cool. >> yeah. >> shows good sportsmanship. >> it did. everybody coming together to, you know, form the win. couldn't have done it without ought every all of them. >> couldn't have done it without the fans. so the parade for the fans kicks off at 10 a.m. in downtown oakland on thursday. >> we are going to have live coverage throughout the parade and all the festivities leading up to it. so tune in at 9:30 a.m. thursday morning right here on kpix 5. we're all going to be out in oakland for the parade. >> we are. >> we're certainly blessed to be able to do that, right, to have that opportunity. everybody always says to me, how fun is that? well, it is work. afterwards you go, yeah, that was fun but it is a lot of work at the same time. and in the last time we worked the warriors parade, boy, i got to tell you, out of all the parades i have covered before, the best fans ever. i'm not just saying that. you know? i worked three bulls parades, two giants and one warriors.
honestly the best fans. they come and they're just so happy. it's a love fest. >> yeah. >> that's cool. >> make sure you get your morning paper "san francisco chronicle" this morning it's a keeper for sure. we'll have the parade forecast coming up. white now it's sunny and in the 70s but we'll have a complete parade forecast. right now let's get you out the door as you begin the parade to work this morning. clear skies. look at this view. official sunrise is at 5:47. we're taking a look at the golden gate bridge. temperatures right around the bridge this morning at 53 degrees. livermore at 50. the cool spot santa rosa at 47 degrees. wind have been slight this morning. will increase later today. northwesterly 10 to 20 miles per hour. so a breezy late afternoon but boy, it's going to pan out to be seasonal in comparison to yesterday when we were talking about 13 degrees below average. 66 is typically the san francisco high for this time of the year. today pretty much spot on. mountain view about 3 degrees off the mark. about 3 degrees below average in san jose at 76 degrees. below average every but los
gatos and saratoga in the low 80s. 60s, 70s, 80s common around the area. 70s at the peninsula, rockaway beach 61. 80s into the delta. your full forecast at 48 after the hour. we are tracking slowdowns for drivers through oakland. right now along southbound 880, right near 23rd a crash blocking some lanes. and you can see our sensors automatically just went into the red. speeds drop below 20 miles per hour. you're going to be slow through that stretch on over towards san leandro. do expect delays. our travel times still in the green. we'll give our sensors a chance to catch up with one another but you can see this is just out of the accident and traffic is still moving well especially northbound. over at the bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights are on. and traffic is backing up towards the foot of the maze. we are just waiting for macarthur the spider who joins us daily. 16 minutes from the maze into
downtown san francisco. a "sig alert" remains in effect in tracy for drivers heading to 205. we have two lanes closed, expect major delays heading out of san joaquin county through tracy. back to you guys. a former president of mexico very centsty fox is here in the bay area today. he is expected at the cannabis business summit in oakland. kpix 5's jessica flores is live at the oakland marriott citycenter with more. jessica. >> reporter: that's right. he will be here downtown oakland. he will be giving the keynote address at the cannabis business summit. he believes that weed should be legal not only in mexico but also across the united states. he will be talking about social injustices. he claims that the drug violence and drug cartel violence is in part to blame -- excuse me, the war on drugs is in part to blame for that cartel violence. he also has been critical of president trump. president trump has promised to
build a wall between the u.s. and mexico and make mexico pay for it. it's mr. trump's plan to fight illegal immigration and drug trafficking and fox says it's an empey promise. >> i have said and i have -- an empty promise. >> i have said and i have told donald that mexico will never pay for that [ censored ] wall. and now i have to repeat it. >> reporter: the former mexican president and the trump administration will continue to clash over marijuana because according to a letter obtained by the "washington post" yesterday, attorney general jeff sessions wants to prosecute medical marijuana providers. now, fox will be here in downtown marriott to give the keynote address at 10 a.m. we'll be listening closely. we expect him to talk about washington politics and weigh in on president trump. reporting live in oakland, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. former nba star dennis rodman is back in north korea for the first time since donald trump became our president.
rodman has been criticized for palling around with kim jong- un. when asked if he had spoken to president trump he dodged the question. >> obviously he is pretty much, um, happy with the fact that i'm over here trying to accomplish something that we both need. >> what are you trying to accomplish, sir? >> just want to open the door, open the door, that's it. >> when asked if he would talk about the detained americans, rodman said his main purpose for the trip was to bring sports to the north korea. last week, as many americans were glued to james comey' testimony before congress, a financial regulatory measure dropped below the radar that will significantly impact your life. cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger is here to break it down. jill, good morning. so, the house passed the financial choice act. what is it and why should we care? >> reporter: well, it's a bill that would gut the dodd-frank financial reform legislation of 2010. of in its current form, the
choice act would give the president the power to fire the head of the consumer financial protection bureau at any time for any or no reason. it would also allow congress to essentially defund the cfpd's budgets. i think that's a shame because in the six years since the cfpd was established, it has provided nearly $12 billion in relief for more than 29 million consumers. those consumers may have been harmed by the credit card industry, debt collectors, payday lenders, for-profit colleges, mortgage companies and banks. choice would also repeal the department of labor's fiduciary rule. the first phase of which went into effect on friday. >> so remind us again what that rule is. >> reporter: so this was the rule that required anyone who handles retirement assets or gives financial advice to retirement savers to work in their clients' best interest and to provide disclosure of conflicts when they exist.
now, the rule was created by the obama administration. it was delayed for 60 days then on friday the first phase went into effect. but i have to say it's not really in effect because there's a caveat. it's not going to be enforced until at least the beginning of next year. that means most financial professionals who are part of this $3 trillion retirement savings industry will still be held to a lesser standard. that's called suitability. what does it mean? it means that what they sell you or advise you to do will have to be appropriate but not in your best interests. as a result, i think you may want to seek the guidance from one of the mother 80,000 financial professionals who already adhere to the if i day, area standard. they include, certified financial planners, cpas who are personal financial specialists, members of the national association of personal financial advisers, and chartered financial analysts. for more on how congress might
new video shows a wild storm in wyoming! this was captured big, big debris, oh, no! oh, no! >> no, no, no! >> oh, no. >> no, no. >> oh, this as they get out of the car and climbing into the ditch. you have a driver capturing a tornado on camera in wyoming in the southeastern part of the state. there were several tornadoes in the bay area.
barns and buildings were destroyed but no reports of any injuries. >> that's a good point because a lot of people think stay in your car, you'll be safe. no, you have to get out of the car and get in the ditch. >> i grew up in the midwest. i stayed home and can you imagine how terrifying it is to get out of your car and lay in a ditch? >> it sounds so wrong. when you drive across the area, it's so flat. where do you go? in a ditch? >> in the dirt >> you know what used to drive me nuts when i was forecasting in chicago we would have tornado warnings and you have to get to the basement and i would see my neighbors out there mowing the lawn because they become so accustomed as we do with earthquakes. >> i saw a bumper sticker yesterday it said it's a beautiful day to chase a twister. >> you won't see that on my vehicle anytime soon. >> i used to chase twisters and the i was never that bold or that foolish.
>> i think the latter on that. [ laughter ] speaking of difference and bumpers and cars. >> we don't have any cars in ditches, we have cars blocking lanes a bit of a backup for folks on 880 heading through oakland. you will be tapping on the brakes. we have a crash blocking at least one lane. this is near 23rd. they just issued a "sig alert" because we can see the backup. speeds dropping at 20 miles per hour south of the crash near 66, you can see traffic fine in both directions. out every heading through tracy out of lathrop or manteca a "sig alert" in effect this crash happened about midnight and two lanes shut down. if you want to use mass transit, ace train is off to a great start, trains 1 and 3 on
time. slowdowns on 580, another crash just as you approach 680 still backing things up near hopyard. so right now our travel times remain in the green along 580, 205 is slow. if you are heading through the south bay, we are running right on time on all of our "south bay majors." hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. what a beautiful day post- warriors victory! we have blue and gold skies out there. and the sun is beginning to make an appearance. in fact, check this out. that's sunrise. officially at 5:47. two minutes ago in the mount vaca area. not a cloud in the sky. temperatures wise 47 to 55, 54 degrees right now in the oakland area. the winds are light compared to 24 hours ago when we were blustery. winds now west. that's an onshore wind in san francisco at 5. northwest in half moon bay. so these winds are variable. will become more sustained northwest 10 to 20 during the late afternoon hours. you will feel the difference today. right now a swath of clouds around the san mateo coast
backing through santa cruz all the way into san luis obispo. otherwise, those clouds will wipe away revealing ample sunshine. this area of low pressure that brought us the cool temperatures yesterday is ejecting to the east and lifting to the north and leaving in its wake high pressure to build in. so this is your futurecast. i'm already advancing it towards tomorrow so you can plan your whole week ahead. what do you see there? you don't see anything. in fact, what we do see is an offshore flow. that's what it looks like. not a cloud in the sky! today kick starts a warming trend here in the bay area. travel wise, 61 monterey bay. high 60s now around the greater lake tahoe area after that little dusting of snow yesterday. today our temperatures panning out from 61 from moss beach, montara beach, all the way into half moon bay, we're talking about rockaway beach in the low 60s. mid-60s low 70s bayside to 70s
around the peninsula right around la honda, 70s. 78 glen ellen. warm today 84 in brentwood, tracy, oakley, discovery bay. we do have temperatures rising tomorrow for your wednesday. an as these numbers increase by thursday i do suspect "spare the air" day to go into effect from friday through monday. which could be a little problematic on father's day because a lot of fathers like q'ing on their special day. triple digits up to 97 degrees. enjoy your day. roberta, thank you. time now 5:51. still ahead, a warning for drivers. we'll tell you which cars and suvs have the best and worst headlights. who are these people?
a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california and do your thing. ♪ headlights... remain dim. the "insurance the future seems bright in the world of automobile technology. but will the headlights are dim. the insurance institute for highway safety recently tested 37 midsized suv headlights and only 2 received good ratings. engineers focused on how far the beams shined and if they caused a glare for other drivers. the volvo xc60 and the hyundai
santa fe tested with good ratings. as for the rest? >> about 11 more that have acceptable headlight ratings and the rest marginal or poor. >> the institute started testing them last year. and they do say automakers are listening to their findings. but until improvements are made, the institute is actually encouraging drivers to use their high beams. lady gaga and starbucks are joining forces. starting today you can get four special drinks hand selected by the singer. they are called cups of kindness. the coffee company will donate 25 cents from each drink to gaga's born this way foundation. it supports and provides resources for people with mental health issues. starbucks will sell them through the 19th. "dub nation" they did it. the warriors beat the cleveland cavaliers in game 5 of the nba finals. so you bet that oracle arena was one big party last night. but the celebrating has just begun.
the warriors were out for revenge and they are once again n-b-a champions [ applause and cheers ] >> we were heartbroken last year. and, um, this year was our turn turn. >> yeah. the warriors were out for revenge! they are once again nba champions. we have complete coverage of the game including how the players celebrated the big win over the cavs. >> plus, the u.s. attorney general set to testify on capitol hill today. the tough questions he is expected to face. >> good morning, everyone. it is tuesday, june 13. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm anne makovec in for kenny choi. we are starting though with traffic and weather this morning after a big night for
everyone a little bit of a warriors hangover. but jaclyn has been tracking a big accident on 880. >> there were a lot of crowds on 880 last night and there are crowds developing on 880 this morning. we're tracking a "sig alert" in effect southbound 880. this is near 23rd. one lane blocked. but we're told that the fuel from the crash is leaking on the road there. they are waiting for crews to bring out absorbent so it could be a while before it's cleared. it could definitely impact your ride if you are making your way through oakland in the southbound direction. right now traffic backed up to oak street. if you are heading in that southbound direction, it's in the yellow almost 20 minutes as you make your way on down towards 238. just south of there though, things are still looking good in both directions. that's near 66. a "sig alert" is in effect westbound 205 through tracy. two lanes closed since last night