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on two. hillary clinton celebrated victories last night. >> i really wish my mother could be here tonight. i wish she could see her daughter become the democratic party's nominee. >> [cheers and applause]. >> now, clinton also praised her rival bernie sanders saying his campaign focusing on income and equality has been good for america. sanders is defiant, saying he is not dropping out of the race. >> i am pretty good in arithmetic and i know the fight in front of us is a very, very steep fight, but we will continue to fight for every vote and every delegate. >> president obama is scheduled to meet with bernie sanders at the white house tomorrow. the president reportedly could endorse hillary clinton as
early as today. reporter doug luzader live in washington, d.c. with more on what happened yet, late last night results and looking forward as well. doug. >> reporter: gasia and brian, good morning. wouldn't you like to be a fly on the wall in the white house meeting tomorrow? president obama is going to sit down with bernie sanders. the white house made it clear this was at bernie sanders' request. now, the president may join this chorus of calls from a number of other democrats that it's time for bernie sanders to drop out of the race. there is no indication yet he is going to do that. he indicated last night that he was going to fight this all the way to the con convention in philadelphia this summer. we will see. hillary clinton though very anxious to turn now to the general election, which means going toe-to-toe with donald trump. donald trump, meantime, had a good night last night because he is unopposed for the republican nomination. he locked that up. he did speak last night at one of his golf properties, seemingly toning down his rhetoric just a bit.
listen. >> my goal is always, again, to bring people together. but if i'm forced to fight for something i really care about, i will never, ever back down and our country will never, ever back down. >> reporter: trump also laid out a number of attacks on hillary clinton and bill clinton, for ma matter. he is going to go deeper into that on a major speech on monday. everyone pivots now, brian and gasia, into general election mode. >> let's talk about that pivot. do you expect hillary clinton to focus squarely on donald trump really instead of bernie sanders at this point? >> reporter: yeah. it seems to be she has been very anxious to do that. president obama, i think, is chomping at the bit to do the same thing. if he goes too far attacking
bernie sanders, he might turn off supporters. she needs those people. those young enthusiastic supporters of bernie sanders to side with her and show up at the polls for her in november. it's not clear all of them are going to do that. >> thank you so much. it was certainly a good night for supporters of hillary clinton who gathered at several watch parties around the area. one was at the audio nightclub in san francisco. the oakland mayor was among the crowd celebrating clinton's big night. she says clinton has the qualifications and the grit to win the white house. 100 republicans gathered in san francisco to cheer on their candidates. former and current party leaders were there. most of the talk was about presidential candidate donald trump. support varied from very strong to voters that say they disagree with some of what he says, but he is their party's alternative to clinton. election workers through the bay area stayed up through the
night counting ballots. santa clara county allowed a ktvu camera inside the registrar of voters tabulation room this morning. they are now focusing on the mail-in vote. in the next half hour, a live report on how many ballots have been count and how many more are there to go. results are also at ktvu.com. they will be scrolling also at the bottom of your screen. 7:04. let's check in on the weather on this wednesday morning with our friend steve. the cool-down continues? >> that's correct for everybody. lake county cools down. even out to vacaville, eastern contra costa county. higher clouds up above. but first good morning lake tahoe from our good friend coop. good morning from lake tahoe, steve.
this man leads the california life. surfs. skis. does it all. good man. we have a low cloud deck in place. that will be slow to burn off for some. once it does, sunny to mostly sunny. there is high clouds working towards us. almanac for san francisco 64/56. what's average? 66/52. the record 92 in 1973. santa rosa on wednesday looks 75 degrees. low clouds. high clouds. temperatures inching down for many. fairfield travis has 29, a flow master attached to the delta breezy. west in concord. west at napa. it's an onshore breeze. 50s for many even in areas stuck in the 60s for the longest time. look for a combination of low clouds, high clouds and a cooler pattern here. chilly to warm. not nearly as warm for some.
mist continues. 60s and a lot of 70s. sal, 7:05. what's number one on your list here? >> 580 through the altamont pass is the worst. we are also looking at the bay bridge because if that commute goes down, it affects everyone nearly. starting off with the bay bridge, it is pretty normal. backed up for a 25 to 30-minute delay and you will see some slow traffic there, of course, on the brim as well. most of it is waiting in line to actually get onto the span. 24 westbound looks okay. eastbound 24, that would be eastbound, there is crash. some people may be slowing to take a look the eastbound crash. but westbound lanes are open. 580 through the altamont pass is terrible. an earlier accident at gran line road continues to be slow there. it's also slow in dublin and on 680 from the dublin interchange heading towards -- or through pleasanton and towards fremont. 7:06. back to the desk. >> thank you.
a surprising sight for drivers in the cal de cot double. goats were being used by caltrans to clear some brush. the san francisco police commission will continue its discussion on the department's use of force policy. the commission set to meet at 5:30 tonight at city college of san francisco to get feedback from the community. meetings have been held around the city since january. the police department and the commission say the meetings allow citizens to have a voice. san francisco city council voted to approve body cameras for police on patrol last night. $5million will be set aside to add nearly 1,000 body cameras, software, and training for officers. san jose joins other major cities nationwide that have added police body cameras to their force. supporters say it provides more
transparency and accountability for police. an arraignment hearing for two novato high school students accused of killing a classmate and killing another one last month. they have been charged as adults with murder and attempted murder. another man due in court is facing charges of accessory after the fact. it happened may 25th in an open space area. authorities say the two students were lured to the area to smoke marijuana and they were shot and attacked with a machete. one student died at the scene. the other survived and called 911. authorities are looking for a remain suspect, 19-year-old javier garara. san francisco is cracking down on short-term rental companies like airbnb. they passed legislation which would require sites such as airbnb to provide registration information to the city before posting short-term rentals
online. violators face fines up to $1,000 a day per listing and misdemeanor charges. airbnb says the law is, quote, legally questionable, and doesn't offer any real solutions to fix the complex registration process. hundreds of people are lining up in louisville, kentucky for tickets to muhammad ali's public memorial on friday. crowds couldn't start until 6 a.m. that didn't matter to the hundreds who camped out overnight hoping to get some of the 14,000 tickets being handed out today. the box office was scheduled to open at 10:00, but windows opened up at eight to accommodate the large crowd. a father and son who flew in from california say they were glad they lined up early. >> not only are we happy about getting the tickets two hours early, but we are happy we got got seats because we were in the front of the line. now we can get some sleep because we got about an hour's worth of sleep on the plane.
>> speakers include former president bill clinton, actor billy crystal and all's wife lonnie. he died on friday. he was 74 years old. 7:10. big flames. an explosion dangerously close to a gas station. in 20 minutes, the overnight fire that made for nervous moments for firefighters and the damage it caused. plus, the warriors in a pretty good spot in the nba finals. up two games to none on the cleveland cavaliers. but this series shifts to cleveland for game three later tonight. we will tell you how fans in oakland are feeling and whether they are hoping for a sweep or hoping for another game game at oracle coming up. and as we continue to bring you updated election results, we see san jose voters have approved measure b. a quarter cent city-wide sales tax to pay for basic city services. it provides funding for police officers, firefighters, road
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welcome back everybody. you ready, gasia? >> no. do it anyway. >> the gostkowski warriors are -- the golden state warriors are in the driver's seat. let's bring in ktvu's alex savidge live in oakland. tell us where people are watching this big game, alex. >> reporter: good morning to both of you. you know what? the warriors are on the road for game three tonight, but oracle arena will be rocking tonight. there will be a viewers party. details on that in a second.
first this morning, dubs fans are feeling good. they feel good with the position the warriors are in. up two games to none on the cleveland cavaliers. now the series shifts over to cleveland. the warriors two wins away from another championship. still, a lot of work yet to be done here. now, the warriors have dominated lebron james and the cavs so far in games one and two, and even though tonight's game is on the road, the warriors are inviting fans to a watch party at oracle arena tonight. it happens, obviously, for the game which tips off at 6:00. tickets are $20 each. at last check they are available at warriors.com. the doors open to fans at the arena at 4:30 tonight. a real fun place to watch game three tonight. they will also be doing the same thing for game four on friday night. of course, the team is rolling right now. some fans say they wouldn't mind if the dubs closed out this series at home in game five while others say, no, they just want the sweep. >> reduce the anxiety.
close it out. >> reporter: that's what you say? you don't care about them winning at home? >> no, no, no. get it done. >> for mojo purposes, win on the road. for fan purposes, we will take the one at home if you slip up. >> reporter: fans are out and about sporting their gear as they walk or jog around lake merritt this morning. game three tips off tonight 6:00. that's in cleveland. game four friday night 6:00 also in cleveland. and then if it is absolutely necessary, if we must, the series will come back here to oakland and that will be for game five on monday night at oracle arena. the warriors have looked like the better team by a long shot so far in this series. of course, a lot can change once the cavaliers get home court advantage. we will see how this plays out. >> yeah. it's a big discussion. a lot of fans are weighing in. shoot warriors, i don't know,
slip one or lose one? >> no. you can't mess with the universe. >> no. i am not suggesting that. >> reporter: exactly right. >> for mojo purposes. >> reporter: we don't want the warriors to throw a game. >> no. >> . >> reporter: for god's sakes. 7:16. sal castaneda, i know you have been taking naps and staying up late and essentially planning your day around the warriors games, tonight they start earlier than they would if it was here. so that's good for us or, you know. yeah, i want them to win four straight. i don't care about them -- wherever they win, they should win. good morning, everyone. if they can. i mean, the cavs are a good team. so it's not a given. this is a look at 880 north and southbound. the traffic is moving along okay in front of a foremention oracle arena. the traffic is slow at the bay bridge toll plaza. it is going to be packed up
from the macarthur maze. 580 slow through dublin. that is part of the reason it's unusual because the last few days it's been okay. 880 is slow at 238 and slows down to fremont. now it's 7:17. let's bring steve in. thank you, sir. well, we have a lot of low clouds in place. higher clouds as well. sure looks like the inland areas are going to start with a more significant cooling. takes a while in june. once they heat up, it's tough to break down, especially lake county, the santa clara valley, eastern contra costa, solano. everything is falling in place now. partly cloudy. mostly sunny. 50s to near 60. west wind for red sox and giants. the loud cloud deck will probably get chewed up. you start to lose the inversion and heat in the valley and they start to level off and get the same around the bay. then you start to lose that support for the low clouds. that's not in morning. oakland low cloud deck.
59 at 8:00 in the morning. 63, mostly cloudy at noon. a high downtown of 67 degrees. so running on the cool side here. a lot of these temps have been a little bit below average. san jose is in that category. this is downtown. east san jose always runs warmer. 74. 61. 102 in 1973 the record high. the low 1893. 42 degrees. oakland airport west at 12. napa airport west at 14. concord west. livermore, hayward and sfo showing a west or northwest breeze. even san jose.. peninsula terms are a little bit cooler than yesterday by a couple of degrees. still some upper 50s. woodside 56 degrees. pacifica 54. san mateo is at 56.
hillsboro 55. 59 ukiah. 58 sacramento. 56 monterey. everyone's pretty close here. when sacramento cools off, what that delta breezy makes it out there with the higher clouds, there is a spin in the atmosphere right there. cloud band drags across the next 24 hours. that keeps a lot of high, mid- level clouds in the mix. a combination of mist, drizzle, and cloud cover giving way to 60s, 70s. clearlake and ukiah with 80s. a lot of 70s for other locations and we will continue that. 60s, 70s, and 80s. by tomorrow they will be low 80s at best for some of the most inland locations. friday we top it out as far as the coolest day, bottom out then, and then we will see a rebound, gasia, on the weekend. >> steve, thank you. time is 7:19. millions of people read her letter online. her story received nationwide attention. up next, the reason the victim in the stanford sexual assault
case will not come forward publicly. also, video you have to see caught on surveillance camera. a literal tug of war between a mother and a man who was trying to steal her 13-year-old daughter. see who stepped in. we keep updating the election results. two san francisco supervisors face off in the november election for district 11. san francisco supervisors scott weiner won 46% of the vote. jane kim is getting 44%. they are both democrats. kim lou had 10%. stay with us.
an oakland man is charged with the deadly shooting of a san francisco muni driver. he was sitting outside a bar friday night when he was shot and killed. they say it was an unprovoked attack by sophie kong, who is accused of pistol whipping a second person. investigators say they have surveillance tape of the killing and arrest. the motive, they say, for the attacks is still unclear. >> we do not understand why this gunman did this. there is no rhyme or reason for it. this a very cowardly, callous, and cold-blooded attack of people doing nothing wrong. >> jackson worked as a muni driver for four years. he leaves behind a wife and
four children. prosecutors have charged kong with murder and attempted murder. he could face the death penalty if convicted. a michigan man behind bars after police say his pickup truck hit a group of cyclists killing five of them. it happened last night in kalamazoo county. he reportedly took off after he hit the cyclists. five people died at the scene. four others went to the hospital with serious injuries. police believe they were riding on the right shoulder and were hit from behind. >> a person screamed to watch out. the dude swerved over. almost ran over my foot. i stepped back, blacked out for a second, and i turned around before i could say watch out to the bikers, it happened. seen a bunch of bikes hit the front of his truck and a couple of them flew. >> the blue pickup truck was left on the side of the road the front smashed in. france is deploying 1,000 soldiers across paris as part of security preparations for
the euro cup tournament that starts friday. police are patrolling landmarks such as the eiffel tower. there are more than 13,000 security forces watching over the stadium. tourists from around the world are already arriving. most say they have been worried about terrorism while traveling to paris for a high-profile event. >> you can't be stopped, you know. we have to get out and enjoy life. yeah. so we were concerned before we left. now that we're here, we feel quite safe. >> the french government has also created an emergency alert app. one that sends warnings in french and english. it will notify smartphone users if there is a bombing or shooting near the soccer stadiums. the government says it will eventually use that app for emergencies, including floods and industrial accidents as well. when we come back, we will continue our election coverage. we just received new information about the
democratic presidential primary here in california and also ahead the historic results of the seat vacated by barbara boxer. and volunteers are working around the clock to get ballots counted. we are live in the south bay. we will tell you how far they have gotten. good morning. we are still looking at a lot of slow traffic out there, especially now beginning to reappear here in the south bay. well, our director ken lawrence says i want to hear some weiser. here you go. your weiser. [ music playing ] ] it's been 60 years in the making.
7:29. things are pretty quiet here at the santa clara county registrar's office in san jose. we see a number of workers, but we do know it has been a beehive of activity ever since yesterday when voters started casting ballots in the california primary. voting is over. the polls closed almost 12 hours ago. we are getting results rolling in and people still talking about california's primary election. also the presidential election as the scene, if you will, is changing and firming up a little bit. welcome back to "mornings on 2". i am gasia mikaelian. >> i am brian flores in for dave clark. a lot to talk about when it comes to the election and primary. before we do that, let's talk
about the weather. >> cooler, guys. yeah, gasia, brian, we have a lot of low clouds. higher clouds are streaming in big time, especially towards mendocino county and lake county. that's going to sweep to the north bay as well. combination of those two and a, well, a fresh delta breeze all going to equal cooler weather, even out to the sacramento valley, even out to lake county, even out to brentwood, oakley, antioch. low clouds are there. santa rosa nice, but i think some partly to mostly cloudies here. went 75 for a temp. after that low cloud deck, and i heard outside windy as well, the delta breezy is there. knappa west wind. gusts at 35 at travis. just roaring. 50s on the temps. they have cooled off for some. above 60 for a long time. 59 ukiah. sacramento 58. that low cloud deck is not going anywhere. it might get chewed up. higher clouds over mendocino county, they will filter east and south. low overcast. chilly to warm.
partly cloudy here. a little breezy. higher clouds to the north. that equals 60s and now a lot of 70s. all right, sal, 7:30. what do you have on your screens there? 580? you mentioned that earlier. >> also looking at contra costa county because that is crowded. let's start off with the bay bridge because right now that has been very normal and even the 880 ramps are clearing up. so we're hoping in another hour or so we will see clear traffic here or much clearer. that's the first sign when when the 880 ramps get a little bit emptier. san mateo bridge not too bad. crowded to the high-rise. there are no major problems driving over to the peninsula. let's take a look at contra costa county via our road sensors. i notice there is a big backup on to the benicia bridge from 680 before the benicia bridge. it stays that way to concord. more slow traffic concord to walnut creek. 80 slow westbound from highway
4. novato to central san rafael it begins to slow southbound 101 at roland boulevard. 880 is slow from 238 to about stevenson and fremont and 680 southbound out of the pleasanton area still slow on the way town to the sunol grade. 7:32. back to the desk. >> thank you. well, new overnight a big fire in sunnyvale this morning threatened to burn a gas station. that fire broke out at about 1:15 this morning sending flames high up into the sky at the valero gas station on lake haven drive. it was burning in some trees next to the station. the flames also burned a u-haul truck and car in the same parking lot. firefighters were able to keep embers and flames from spreading to nearby homes and businesses. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. it's not yet known if it started in the trees or in one of those u-haul trucks. time is 7:32. want to return to our coverage of the california primary election. the ap has now declared hillary clinton the winner of the
democratic primary here in california. >> as we have been reporting through the morning, clinton came out on top with 56% of the vote among california democrats compared to 43% for bernie sanders. >> now, another big race here in california, the u.s. senate seat being vacated by barbara boxer. right now state attorney general cam lahairis has a sizable lead. loretta sanchez, a congressman from orange county, second place with 18%. because this is an open primary, the top two vote getters face each other in the runoff in november. we caught up with cam lahairis last night in san francisco and she says even with california's extremely diverse population, people have similar priorities. >> regardless of the god that you pray to or the language you speak or the country of your origin, all people, all
californians are unified. >> she has been the frontrunner since beginning the campaign f she wins in november, she will be the second african-american women to serve in the united states senate. sanchez says her record shows she is ready for the job. >> hopefully, we will see what miss harris stands for. i haven't really gotten an indication of that for. i know where i stand on issues. i have 20 years of votes. i have taken the very tough votes against wall street on the bailout, against the iraq war, against the so-called patriot act. so i know i stand up under pressure for those votes. >> both harris and sanchez are the daughters of immigrants. harris' mother was born in india. sanchez's parents from mexico. in the south bay it is honda versus khanna part two.
check this out. the difference is less than 200 votes. khanna has a razor thin lead. they will square off in november's general election. expect another bruising battle between the two men like the one we saw in 2014. khanna believes he can unseat the incumbent in november. honda is seeking a ninth term on capitol hill. 7:35. the rej star voter's office in santa clara is busy today. workers stayed up all night counting ballots. >> reporter: we have sort of hit a slope here. in the next 30 minutes, a fresh batch of volunteers is going to be coming into this room to sort some ballots. right now a few of them have trickled in. so far, they have been making good progress. 65% of the ballots in santa
clara county have been tabulated. the registrar's office estimates 50 to 60 percent of voters turned out in the primary election. so far, all the votes that were cast in the polls have been counted. now they are working on the vote by mail ballots. santa clara county has one of the highest vote by mail rates in the state. 72%. so because there are so many of them to count, the registrar's office decided to stay open 24 hours to speed up the process. >> we are doing everything we can so voters don't have to wait a long time. obviously, we are 72% vote by mail. it takes time process those ballots. there is the convenience of the voters to vote at home. when they send us those ballots and turn them in on election day, we obviously can't have results right away. >> reporter: sometimes volunteers are running into some ballots where people have circled or put on x or a name or incompleted the line you are
supposed to draw across. in those case they are set aside and a team comes in to determine what the voter's intent was to make sure that their vote was counted. the registrar's office will update their election results here in santa clara county at 9 a.m. and then again at 5 this evening. gasia. >> see you again through "mornings on 2". there were some problems to report for voters in san mateo county. about 10% of that county's 1400 electronic voting machines didn't work properly. election officials say the machines weren't coded correctly so they didn't produce ballots, and that meant voters had to use paper ballots. election officials say the problem was fixed quickly and they are investigating to see if the ten-year-old machines need to be replaced. more election coverage through morning today. if you have to hit the road, results are being updated on our website ktvu.com and we are also scrolling them at the bottom of your screen. 7:37 is your time. new developments in last week's violent protest outside a donald trump rally in san jose.
police say these four men pictured here are suspected of being involved in the violence. they were booked into the santa clara county jail. three on assault charges, and one on a charge of refusing to disburse. now, protesters and trump supportser clashed at the rally. several videos show supporters being punched, kicked, and hit with eggs. trump criticized the city of san jose. they are looking at video evidence and could arrest more people in coming days. the victim in the stanford sexual assault case says she is choosing not to come forward publicly despite the nationwide support she has been receiving. millions of people have read her letter which she read aloud to brock turner when he was sentenced to six months in jail last night. she detailed the night of the attack and the impact it's had on her sense. it started national conversation about sexual violence. the woman issued a statement yesterday explaining why she wants to remain anonymous.
it reads, that's the beauty of it. i don't need labels, categories to prove i am worthy of respect, to prove i should be listened to. i am coming out to you as simply a woman wanting to be heard. if you would like to read the entire letter we have posted it for you as well as more information about the case on ktvu.com. an off duty sheriff's deputy and a florida mother are credited with saving her daughter from a kidnapping. we want to warn you some of the surveillance video in this story may be difficult to watch. it started inside a dollar general store in a tampa suburb. you can see there craig benello walking down the aisle when he grabs a 13-year-old girl. her mother fights back, even throwing a shopping cart. benello and the mother tug on the girl, but he gives up and runs out of the store. that's when the off-duty deputy pulls up, stops benello at gunpoint, in my ten years, i have never seen an instance in
broad daylight in a public area where a subject or the suspect would grab a young girl like this. she may have saved her daughter's life today. so, no, i don't exactly know a motive, but i am sure it wasn't a good one. >> people who know the suspect say he always seemed a bit odd. the investigators say the girl was not physically hurt. the man accused of setting a vallejo house on fire killing his young son is expected in court. in 25 minutes, what the suspect is facing and what's expected to come from today's appearance. axl rose versus google. the battle over unflattering pictures of the rock star that have now turned into is internet memes. a commute that is, well, going to be a little bit slow in some areas, but 101 here in san jose right near mckee road, this doesn't look too bad. we will look at at the south bay when we come back. high clouds along with the
the woman accused of stabbing a 12-year-old boy inside a san leandro bank is scheduled to be arraigned in court today. detectives now say that based on interviews, they do not believe that 32-year-old aiyana hammond is mentally unstable. they say she walked into the wells fargo bank on east 14th street on monday with the intention of robbing it. once inside, she almost immediately attacked a boy at random, stabbing him three times in the upper back. the boy has undergone surgery and is recovering at children's hospital in oakland. two men were charged with the torture and death of a homeless man in san francisco. they found the body of 66-year-
old steven williams floating in a park on may 24. the victim was beaten and department of justiced in the lake -- dunked in the lake repeatedly for three days. steven billingsley and nicky williams were charged. prosecutors say the suspects wanted to deliver, quote, street justice because they believe williams had exposed himself near children in the park. 7:44. police in san francisco arrested a woman who they say stole an ambulance and led officers on a high-speed chase across the bay bridge and then crashed on treasure island. 37-year-old veronica berona broke into the ambulance and took off while paramedics were responding to a medical call yesterday morning. she led police on a chase. the woman got out of the ambulance and it burst into flames, which you see in this picture here. the department says it's going to look into whether she was
under the influence. 7:44 is the time. this is a story we have been talking about where axl rose is mad and so are his fans. something many of us can relate to. >> pam cook to talk about the front man for guns n' roses and the power of the internet. >> how much control do we have over the images of us online? we talk about it as parents. we talk about it with our kids. and rock star axl rose wants google to take down several photos of him that pop up in searches because they are unflattering. google says it sends those types of requests to something called thelumine database at harvard university. the request was made on behalf of axl rose citing copyright violations. for guns n' roses fans, the
memes are clever. welcome to the jungle. welcome to mcdonald's. the take me down to the bakery city where the pies have cream and the cakes are tasty. playing on the words from guns n' roses songs. it brings up a good conversation about the internet. what you can and cannot do about pictures and people posts. and we talk about it. you don't have to be a public figure. i certainly talk about it with my kids. pictures can be posted. unless you can sue for something like defamation of character where they are making it look like you committed a crime, broke a law, it's going to be very interesting. i don't think he has much say over what is done with the public pictures. something taken at a concert. >> i have to say, i hadn't seen these very unflattering pictures until the news stories. you have to way, you know, the benefits, the potential -- >> right. he has attracted the attention to the unflattering photos. >> right. it is very mean. >> it is mean spirited and there are a lot of things like
this out there on the internet. hopefully, if you feel that it is mean spirited, you don't like it, don't pass them on. don't pass them along to other people. but it's an interesting debate over what happens when something goes online. you lose control. >> the internet is forever, pam. >> yeah. >> thank you, pam. >> thank you. time is 7:47. let's get you out the door on your traffic this morning. sal, what's it look like out there? >> brian, gasia, it looks okay. it's not a terrible commute. i wouldn't say that. there is plenty of slow traffic out there. let's take a look at 280 in san jose and there is slow traffic here in the valley. you can see 280 is slow and it stays that way, by the way, all the way up into cupertino. if we look at the road sensors, you can see the traffic is slow, as you saw. it stays that way all the way up to about wolf road. northbound 85 is also slow and so is 101. 101 is primarily slow or at least the slowest traffic when you get to sunnyvale and mountain view. you will see some slow traffic
there. we are also looking at some of the other commutes getting down to the south bay and they are going to be a little bit slow on 880 southbound, let's say, from 238 all the way to fremont. most that have is slow. let's go to the bay bridge and you will see that it's improving a little bit, but still backed up for a 20-minute delay. 7:48. let's go to steve. >> sal, in axl rose's defense, he does have a broken left foot. >> he does. you know what? >> he sits in a chair and sings now. >> i think what gasia said is true. i hadn't seen those pictures before the story came up. >> we have a lot of low clouds in place and there is a really good delta breeze. higher clouds. i tell you. this time of year, some areas, once you hit 100 degrees, it's tough to break that down. i mean, june, the days are long. the nights are short. you need a robust system. that's what we have coming in. the inland locations are cooling off. leanne is in the city.
we are hovering over the laptop to keep warm in the outer richland. that's pretty cold. and this was sent to me on facebook, but i sent it out on twitter as well. from carlos ramirez, june gloom aside, you can walk out to sale walk at ocean beach this morning. i had to add that the pending low tide 8:39 helps as well. but there is a big fog bank here. also the higher clouds are coming in. a little different twist here. i think north bay goes mostly cloudy here. there is a lot of cloud cover moving in. that's associated that system right there. as that sweeps in, that gives us some drizzle. that lifts that fog and that keeps temperatures really cool for some. oakland starting off 59, cloudy. it will stay mostly cloudy through the noon hour and maybe a little mix of some low, high clouds and some sun. only 67 degrees. and that breeze, when it's gusting to 35, 40 as it did yesterday at travis, that means sacramento, stockton cools off and even areas up around lake county, mendocino county have
cooled off as well. starting to. 50s on the temps. a few 60s. mainly the 50s. the key here is that brentwood, anitoch and pittsburg below that. black hawk 55. martirez 58. 49 truckee. 58 sacramento. 58 santa barbara. the fog bank yesterday from almost portland, which has been baking, and seattle, they will get the fog now all the way past san diego. so this is a huge june gloom fog bank in place, and sheer come the -- here come the highers clouds in northern california, the north bay bay, and that's going to move across that spin in the atmosphere. swings through and that brings it in. that cooler air aloft, that's the key here. you lose the inversion, which should wipe out the low clouds i think by testimony . when you lose that heat in the valley this time of clear, the low clouds lose their support. the trend is to bring the
temperatures down. they will continue to come down. it's been stuck coast and bay. they can't change too much. a little bit cooler on the lows. the highs are 60s or 70s and those aren't going anywhere. the inland highs continue to come down through friday. warmer weather on the weekend. >> this is when the shops at fisherman's wharf and pier 39 make their money selling those $40 sweatshirts to unsuspecting tourists who go to walnut creek one day and the city the next and they are unprepared. >> i follow a common on tweet detective. it's weather in general. there was a picture of a girl, i think in new jersey, the caption was she is now ready for san francisco weather, and she had on a parka. >> right. >> the image is there. >> right, right. >> exactly. >> i have the sweatshirts in my closet. i have done it, too. >> thanks. a green light for body cameras in the south bay. in 15 minutes, how much money the city of san jose is investing in the cameras for police officers. a day ahead of a controversial law in san francisco helping people end
california's right to die law which takes place tomorrow. dr. shavelson says he realizes some doctors are not comfortable discussing options, so he is stepping in to help. he charges $200 for a consultation and $1,800 if they choose to end their life. >> i examine their medical records and we talk to the patient and we talk about what makes you think you want to have a prescription to help you die? >> brittney maynard brought the issue to the forefront when she moved from california to oregon to end her life. dr. shavelson says his phone is not ringing off the hook and he doesn't want it to. he hopes physicians will be able to handle the end of life choices for their own patients. the woman attacked by a shark off the orange county coast more than a week ago says she feels very lucky. maria says she keeps replaying if her head what happened as she was swimming during the memorial day weekend holiday.
she says she remembers something very large grabbing her and thinking she had to get away, or she would die. doctors found shark tooth marks on her bones. she is a personal trainer and runs half marathons and she says right now she is focused on recovering, but she also is thinking about her next race. >> i had a goal for next year. my 20 year anniversary to do ironman vancouver. so i am still shooting for that goal. and i will just reassess things when i get back to training. >> doctors say one reason she survived the attack is because she is a serious athlete and in excellent condition. the rio olympic organizing committee says there has been a drop in the number of zika cases in recent weeks. committee officials say no zika cases were reported during the olympic trial matches. they say it's safe for the upcoming summer games. but prevention efforts continue in brazil. people are urged to cover up, use repellent, and keep indoor
temperature as cool as possible. the zika virus can cause serious birth defects and it affects expectant mothers. the results are in. milestones made after tuesday's primary here in california. in five minutes, we will update you on key races through the bay area as tell you what is next for hillary clinton, donald trump, and bernie sanders. we have some east bay commutes that are still busy for the morning commute. this is 80 westbound. it's pretty crowded. combination of low clouds, higher clouds, and a really strong delta breeze means those out to the valley and well inland cool off. cool off.
the first time in our nation's history that a woman will be a major party's nominee. >> [cheers and applause]. >> we are going to fight hard to win the primary in washington, d.c. >> [cheers and applause]. >> to all of those bernie sanders voters, we welcome you with open arms. >> [cheers and applause]. >> all three presidential candidates not backing down after last night's primary results are in. in just minutes, we will get a live report on what's next for these three as the party's nominees appear to be chosen. this is ktvu "mornings on 2". >> good morning to you. welcome back to "mornings on 2" everybody. wednesday, june 8th. i am brian flores in for dave clark. >> i am gasia mikaelian. let's get a quick check of weather and traffic. a lot of news to get to. weather is part of that news.
>> much cooler now. even inland. thank you, gasia, and also brian. the fog is there. the higher clouds are there. you get a delta breeze at 35 miles per hour. still some warm air aloft yesterday. that allowed low-to-mid 80s for a few. that's eroding rapidly. as the cloud cover continues to be there, the delta breeze 40. 29 gusts to 40. that is just, i mean, sacramento cooling down. a much cooler process for many. 50s, 60s. upper peninsula 50s. too much cloud cover in place. so i wouldn't expect much warming out of this. inland areas, a lot of high clouds moving into the north. low overcast. partly cloudy. partly sunny. breezy to downright windy. high clouds in the north. oakland has been reporting some drizzle. sal, what do you have for us? >> a lot of slow traffic, steve. some commutes have shifted. they were farther away and now more people are into the inner core of the bay area, which makes sense. let's look at what we have.
the commute is going to be busy if you are driving on the nimitz freeway northbound heading up to the coliseum and beyond that arena and to downtown oakland. 580 is slow out of san leandro. the toll plaza, where most people get there, it is improving. the 880 ramps have been completely cleared out. if you want to approach the bridge and you are thinking about 880, hey, there is our spider. we haven't seen him in a while. thinking about 880, that ramp is good heading out to -- especially if you use the fastrak lanes. let's talk about the east bay. southbound is slow to the fremont. dumbarton and san mateo bridge not bad. 8:02. back to the desk. >> we will continue our coverage of california's primary election. the associated press declared hillary clinton the winner of the democratic primary over bernie sanders.
>> clinton's wins yesterday cemented her position as the presumptive nominee for president. doug luzader with more results and the bigger question. what's gonna happen next? >> reporter: yeah, especially when you look at bernie sanders. i mean, is he going to concede or keep fighting? last night it sounds like he is going to carry this fight to the convention. there is a lot of pressure from democrats. a lot of democrats to get bernie sanders to drop out of the race and kind of clear the way for hillary clinton and allow the party to unite. sanders has a meeting tomorrow at the white house with president obama. the white house is clear is say this was a meeting that sand requested. but obama may in fact join that chorus of democrats urging sanders to throw in the towel here. we will see how that goes. hillary clinton doesn't want to hanger bernie sanders right now because she needs his supporters to ultimately show up for her at the polls come november. and we already hear donald trump making a play for those
same supporters. there is theoretically some overlap there. everyone is turning to the general election. not entirely clear what bernie sanders plans include now. >> doug, when you reported about an hour ago, you mentioned that bernie may be letting go of half of his staff. we are hearing from the president may support hillary clinton perhaps as early as today. what would that exactly mean for hillary clinton and perhaps bernie sanders? will he continue to move forward into the democratic convention? >> reporter: yeah. you know, that's the million dollar question right now. sanders wants to at least have some impact on the democratic agenda moving forward, on the democratic platform at that convention. president obama may come out as early as today as endorse hillary clinton. he has been itching to join the fight. it's resolved at this point. >> many people saying that donald trump appears to be toning things down a bit. perhaps trying to appear more presidential as we get closer
to november? >> reporter: that's right. we heard him yesterday speaking off of a teleprompter, which is unusual for donald trump. last night he was reading off the prompter and it seemed to be much more kind of measured tone from trump. now, is this kind of a change now where he is going to be a more disciplined candidate for the general election? the kind of candidate that a lot of the republican establishment folks would like to see? we will see how that turns out. we have seen trump talk about this kind of thing before, but he always go back to the bombastic trump that ultimately got him this there. >> doug, thank you. well, local supporters of hillary clinton gathered at several watch parties around the bay area. one was at the audio nightclub in san francisco's market district. the mayor celebrated clinton's big night. she says clinton has the qualifications, ability and grit to win the white house dozens of republicans got together in san francisco to watch election results and
cheer on their candidates. it included current and former party leaders interested in all the political races with most of the talk about the presidential candidate donald trump. but support for him varied from very strong to a gop u.s. senate candidate who spoke out against trump for saying a judge hearing the trump university lawsuit could be biased because the judge's parents were born in mexico. >> i found it very offensive personally. i think that he extended it to muslims. his attack on the governor of new mexico last week. it shows the pattern that is disturbing to me. i haven't endorsed him yet and i have not voted for him. >> we do not want hillary clinton as the next president of the united states. >> republicans we talked with say they are already planning a similar event for the november presidential election. well, voters in san francisco passed proposition d, which requires all police shooting incidents to be investigated by the office of citizen complaints. it received 80% support. the measure is a response to
public outcry over a series of police shootings. it requires the office of citizen complaints to investigate all police shootings in which someone is injured or killed. >> san jose voters approved measure b. a quarter cent sales tax. it provides funding for police officers and firefighters and road maintenance. it passed with 62% of the vote. voters in san jose rejected measure c, which would have removed restrictions about where medical marijuana dispensaries can locate and how they operate. 65% of people voted no. election workers stated up through the -- stayed up through the night counting ballots. we were inside the registrar of voters tabulation room this morning. workers finished counting tuesday's ballots. we will have more election coverage through the morning. results are up to date on our
website ktvu.com and scrolling at the bottom of your screen. new developments this morning in last week's violent protest outside a donald trump rally in san jose. police say these four men are suspected of being involved in the violence. they were booked in the santa clara county jail. three of them on assault charges. one on a charge of refuse to go disperse. a number of videos showed supporters being punched, kicked and hit with raw eggs. at the time trump criticized the city of san jose for failing to keep supporters safe. police are looking at video evidence that could lead to more arrests in the coming days. happening today the san francisco police commission will continue its discussion on the department's use of force policy. the commission is set to meet at 5:30 tonight at city college of san francisco to get feedback from the community. meetings have been held around the city since january. the police department and the commission say the meetings allow citizens to have a voice and helps to provide a
stronger, more comprehensive policy. last night the san francisco -- there will be 1,000 body cameras, software and training for officers. san jose joins other major cities nationwide that have added police body cameras to their force. supporters say it provides more transparency and accountability for police. a man accused of starting a house fire that killed his five- year-old son is due in court this morning. 53-year-old -- police say the 53-year-old man set him on fire. the woman was able to get out with second and third-degree burns. the 13-year-old brother suffered minor burns in the fire. shuemake is arraigned on attempted murder on arson charges. in 25 minutes, our you decide coverage continues.
the race to replace barbara boxer and the people running for her seat made history last night. plus, the warriors sit just two wins away from another nba championship and game three against the cleveland cavs is later on tonight. we will tell you how dub nation is getting geared up for the game and we will tell you about a spot where you can watch the game with a lot of other fans here in the bay area. good morning. we are looking at a commute now where traffic is going to be slow in many areas, but 880 is still slow northbound and southbound getting out of oakland. well, low clouds. a lot of those. some higher clouds moving in and just a rip snorting delta breeze. up to 40 miles per hour now. cooler for everybody. we will have the numbers.
golden state warriors two wins away from another championship. the team and fans are ready for game three against the cavs in cleveland. >> ktvu's alex savidge live in oakland this morning with more on where fans will be watching the big game. >> reporter: right. and of course the warriors not playing in oakland tonight, but oracle arena is still gonna be buzzing. there is going to be thousands of warriors fans on hand watching the game at a big warriors watch party. i will give you the details on that in just a moment. of course, the dubs, they are playing real well right now. up two games to none in the nba finals against the cleveland cavaliers.
warriors fans here in oakland this morning certainly are fired up. >> go warriors. >> reporter: yeah, the warriors just two wins away now from another title. but let's be careful here. they still have a lot more work to do to get those two wins. the warriors so far, they have dominated the cleveland cavaliers and lebron james in games one and two. even though tonight's game is on the road, the warriors are inviting fans to come down to oracle arena tonight for a watch party. tickets are $20 each. they are still available at warriors.com. the doors open up to fans at 4:30 this afternoon. a fun place to watch game three. they will also be doing the same thing, a big watch party for game four on friday night. the warriors are rolling right now. some fans are looking for a sweep, while others are sort of kind of hoping the warriors close out the series back here at home. >> i kind of go both ways. you like to win the last game at home. it would be a lot of fun for
everyone. it's nice to win and be done with it. you don't want to mess around too much. >> i don't think it's going to be a 30 point win. i think it's going to be a tough game. but i still think the warriors are the better team. >> reporter: all right. you can tell that we got a big game later on today because all the warriors fans are out and about here at lake merritt sporting their gear as they take a walk or stroll or jog around the lake today. game three tips off 6:00 tonight in cleveland. game four friday night. also the tip-off at 6:00. and then if it is necessary, this series would shift back here to oakland for game five monday night at oracle arena. of course, the warriors would like to take care of business on the road, close this thing out in cleveland. they certainly look like the better team so far in this series. but a lot can change, as we know, when the cleveland cavaliers -- easy for me to say -- when the cavs head back home. >> are you wearing your lucky
socks? with the rain, the storm, you know what i'm talking about? >> reporter: oh, the lucky socks? >> yeah. are you wearing them? >> reporter: they haven't made it through, you know, the laundry cycle yet. i am not in charge of the laundry at my house. >> you're not in charge of the laundry? we need to get mrs. savage on the phone apparently. >> oh, my goodness. i didn't need open this can of worms. >> reporter: yeah, snowballed. >> all right. we will move on. >> reporter: honey, if you are listening, we need to do laundry later. by me, i mean you. >> i want dinner waiting for me. >> alex! >> you are hilarious. >> ironed, too, if possible. >> alex, we will let you go. that's hill arias. sal, look, we all have young kids. do two loads of laundry a day. how can socks from a week ago not be washed? >> don't laugh.
i didn't learn how to do laundry until college. my mother always did it. now my wife and i share the responsibilities. >> good. good. >> uh-huh. so my lucky shirt is always laundered because i do it my self. it has to be ready for tonight's game. good morning. the traffic is slow on 24. it's improving over to the tunnel. there haven't been any major problems heading that way. at the toll plaza it is a little better than normal. there is our spider. boy, boris the spider with his own twitter account. one of the reasons why it may be better at the toll plaza is because -- let's go to the maps now. there is a stalled rig westbound 80. a stalled truck westbound 80. even that little bit may be keeping back, if you will, and there is slow traffic in berkeley as well. all it takes is a little bit, and i think that's what's happening.
8:17. let's go to steve. >> thanks. we have a lot of low clouds in place. there is plenty of fog to go around. most locations still say cloudy. looks to be like it will be mostly cloudy tonight. 59. west winds. 29 miles per hour. not candlestick weather, but bordering on it. might get chewed up later. higher clouds are coming in as well, especially to the north. that's going to give a lot of cloudy skies here to mostly cloudy conditions associated with a weak little system. this will carry through all the way, this pattern of cooler weather, all the way into friday at least and then a little rebound. the lows are getting a little cool for some. san jose 74. 61. they were one of the few in the south bay temps this morning. most locations in the 60s. the record high 102 1973. the average high is 79. running below now in a lot of locations. when you get fairfield sustained 29, gusting almost 40, that's cooler weather all the way out to stormtracker, sacramento, probably marysville. west at napa.
west at concord. west at oakland. even livermore. hayward west at nine. northwest. northwest 12. there is a rather fresh breeze here. livermore 58. fairfield 59. mine, it's going to be a cool pattern here for some here and these highs will not be going very far. gilroy 62 right now.. 59 santa cruz. highs in the 70s for many that are sitting at 60 right now. there is not going to be a huge difference in the highs and lows. 59 ukiahnd 59 sacramento. you get the higher clouds, right there beginning to punch in mendocino coast and a few over us. that's the spin in the atmosphere which had will sweep across takes us to at least friday. there will be measurable daylight saving measurable -- measurable drizzle. low overcast. high clouds. capitol hill to warm. even the warm, i have taken out
the hot for the inland locations. there is a lot of fog or higher clouds. so now we are looking at mainly 60s and 70s. some locations still hold on to a few 80s here. i think this is probably the last day, if not friday for sure, as we get the coolest air to sweep in. temperatures for those of you that don't like anything over 80. when you are that far inland, hold on. next couple of days looks cool. especially friday. looks cooler for the weekend. a surprising sight for drivers in the cal de cot tunnel area. a herd of goats right outside the tunnel except in oakland. officers corralled the goats. the goats were being used by caltrans to clear brush as part of a fire abatement program. waiting to clear security in order to fly. it has plagued airlines and travelers for years. tsa says change is coming. in 25 minutes, what the head of the agency is saying about the process of speeding up the lines. a sign of the times.
to plant around the power lines. we want to keep the power on for our customers. we want to keep our community safe. this is our community, this is where we live. we need to make sure that we have a beautiful place for our children to live. together, we're building a better california. welcome back everybody. making space travel more affordable, giving uber drivers nor control, and another retailer closing stores. pam cook has this morning's money business. >> we want to start with the opening bell and the numbers there on wall street. just a little side note. molson coors are ringing the
bell this morning. they are visiting the stock exchange. trading underway and the s&p 500, the dow and the nasdaq are all up just a little bit. a quarter of a percent on the dow. the interesting thing about the dow is it is approaching testing that 18,000 level, which it has not hit since the end of 2014. we will be keeping an eye on that. yahoo getting ready to sell off thousands of its patents. the sunnyvale tech giant hopes to make more than $1 billion. according to the wall street journal, they have sent letters to patent buyers. bad news for customers and employees at ralph lauren. the designer plans to close 50 stores. that's expected to save $220
million. the company has seen profits drop more than 20% in the last year alone. since the designer stepped away from running the business. uber is rolling out some new perks for the drivers. the san francisco-based ridesharing company began offering improvements this week designed to give drivers more control. drivers have been complaining about a lot of things, but there are several new featured headed their way. one allows uber drivers to pause new requests from coming in while they are finishing a trip. another lets drivers set a driver destination. that allows drivers to input where they want to go and matches them only with riders who want to go to that area as well. uber has not said when the new features will be available. the private spacex company is hoping to relaunch a rocket before the end of the year. elon musk wants to prove that reusable rocketry is possible. eventually they will reuse their rockets after a few weeks
of turnaround, drastically cutting the cost of space exploration. he hopes to put people on mars within the next ten years. the relaunch is expected in september or october. and are you an iphone lover or an avid android users in it may not matter if a new phone case is successful. a company has designed in days for the iphone -- designed this case for the iphone and the android. it would start the android interface working on the apple iphone. the designer says the case is too bulky to be practical for most consumers because of apple's rules about third-party codes. he could build a sleeker version if people are interested. so very interesting on that. and then back to the ralph lauren, gasia is back here, we were talking about, you know, they may have cannibalized themselves because they had very she-she independent stores. now we can find them at -- >> i can find a dress for 30
bucks at ross. >> i have never been to one of their independent stores. >> i don't think i have purchased in there. i have browsed. >> it joins the long list of clothing retailers that are reassessing. thank you. well, new information. the threat being made against a judge and his family. a busy morning as ballots are being counted. we are live in san jose right in the middle of it. we will tell you how it's going and if they have run into any problems. good morning. we are looking at a commute that is still slow in many areas, including the south bay here as you look at a live picture of northbound 280. fog, fog, more fog. the inland locations are beginning to cool down.
you inspire us to bring you real value every day. a big fire in sunnyvale this morning threatened to burn a gas station. to broke out at 1:15 this morning sending flames high up into the sky. >> it was burning in some trees right next to the station. the flames burned a u-haul truck and a car in the parking lot. firefighters were able to keep flames and embers from spreading to nearby homes and buildings. the cause of the fire is still being investigated. it's not known if it started in the trees or perhaps this that u-haul truck. we will check weather and traffic and get you out the door this cool wednesday. >> much, much cooler for some.
that's for sure. low clouds. plenty. big time fog bank in place. it's made it out to travis, which has gusts to 40 miles per hour. the west winds in place. or northwest. low clouds. higher clouds moving into the north. it all erodes the inversion and that's going to even give some cooler temps for those well inland. cloudy to mostly cloudy. 59. west wind 20 red sox-giants tonight. there is a lot of clouds in place. probably by tomorrow as this system sweeps by it will disrupt the fog. if it hasn't maxed out today, it will max out tomorrow. san jose 74. the average is 79. south bay had 60s. everyone else in the 50s on the temps. take your pick. it's from the west. it's an onshore breeze and it will continue to give even cooler temps. 50s, 60s now. we will end up with 50s, 60s, 70s and some low 80s. sal, 3:81. how's traffic? >> i almost last track of the
time. the morning is moving along quickly. the toll plaza is getting better. part of -- part of it may be because there is a stalled truck. westbound 80 slow out of richmond and it's holding some of that traffic back. here at the toll plaza it's improving anyway. looks like it's maybe a five- minute delay before you get to the bridge. i want to show you the east bay commute. a stalled big rig and traffic is slow through this area. also the nimitz freeway. we have slow traffic here as well. it is backed up from 238 all the way down to stevenson. let's go back to 280 in san jose. that's cleared up and the south bay is getting a little bit better on the way to the valley. it's 8:32. coverage of california's primary election. we have been reporting for you all morning. most recently at the beginning of the hour. the "associated press" has declared hillary clinton the winner of california' democratic primary over bernie
sanders. this is 99% of precincts reporting. clinton has 56% of the vote. sanders 43%. president obama called hillary clinton last night to congratulate her. the white house says the president called bernie sanders and praised him for energizing voters. in addition to apparently winning in california, hillary clinton also chalked up victories in new jersey, new mexico, and south dakota. bernie sanders is vowing to keep campaigning. >> i really wish my mother could be here tonight. i wish she could see her daughter become the democratic party's nominee. >> i am pretty good in arithmetic, and i know that the fight in front of us is a very, very steep fight. but we will continue to fight for every vote and every delegate. >> president obama is scheduled to meet with bernie sanders at
the white house tomorrow. the president reportedly could endorse hillary clinton as early as today. >> there is still ballots to be count aid cross the state. donald trump easily won california's republican primary. 99.7% of the precincts have reported. trump is the clear winner here with more than 75% of the vote. he is followed by john kasich at 11%. ted cruz with 9%. trump won all of five of tuesday's republican primaries. california, montana, new mexico -- excuse me, new jersey, new mexico, and south dakota. trump is trying to unify the republican party and reaching out to independents and disgruntled democrats. political analysts say in an effort to soften his tone and act more presidential, he delivered his victory victory, he delivered his speech with a teleprompter. >> we are only getting started and it's going to be beautiful.
remember that. >> trump tried to quell the controversy about his comments regarding the mexican heritage of a federal judge overseeing a lawsuit against trump university. trump says his statements were misconstrued and that he believes a person can be impartial no matter their heritage. he also said he won't discuss this issue any further. he announced he will make a major speech probably next monday exposing the clintons. another big race in california. the u.s. senate seat being vacated by barbara boxer. kamala harris has a sizable lead. because this is an open primary, the top two vote getters will face each other in a runoff in november. we caught up with harris last night. she said with california's extremely diverse population, people have similar priorities. >> regardless of the god that you pray to or the country of
your origin, all people are the same. >> if the bay area mitive wins in november, she will be the second african-american woman to serve in the united states senate. ten term united states congresswoman loretta sanchez will be facing off against harris. she says she could hit the ground running if elected. >> hopefully, we will see what miss harris stands for. i haven't gotten an indication for that. i know where i stand on issues. i have 20 years of votes. i have taken the very tough votes against wall street on the bailout, against the iraq war, against the so-called patriot act. so i know i stand up to -- under pressure for those votes. >> harris and sanchez are the daughters of immigrants. hair's mother was born in india. sanchez's parents are from mexico. the lights stayed on all
night at the registrar's office in santa clara county. >> ktvu's janine de la vega live in san jose where a fresh batch of volunteers started on the job a little while ago. how's it going out there? >> reporter: it's bustling with activity. we know in the next 30 minutes the registrar is going to update the election results. as you see here, all these volunteers, you know, they have been working around the clock on the registrar's office. they have made good progress. they estimate 65% of the ballots this claire county have been tabulated. as soon as the polls close, the votes that were cast at the polls were counted. they finished tabulating those at 3:30 this morning. ever since then they have been working on the vote by mail ballots. santa clara county has one of the highest vote by mail rates in the state. 72%. the registrar's office decided
to stay over 24 hours because there are so many ballots to count. we asked a spokesman what voter turnout was like. >> we saw 38% turnout for the 2012 presidential primary, and we are still anticipating a 50 to 60% turnout for yesterday's primary. so that's a significant increase for our voters. we are very happy about that. >> reporter: so far the registrars office is reporting less half of the mail by ballot have been returned. after that workers have to start counting provisional ballots. those are the ones where people show up to vote. it's not their designated one, so they are handed a ballot. for the close races, all these remaining ballots could make a difference. >> janine de la vega reporting live from san jose. thank you. also in the south bay this morning there will be a rematch of the hotly contested congressional race two years ago. mike honda and ro khanna locked up in a battle.
the difference here in votes fewer than 200. khanna has a razor thin lead over the incumbent. they will square off again in november's general election.. we caught up with khanna last night. he lost to honda in a hard fought, expensive race in 2014. at one time he was a virtual unknown. he ran a fierce campaign and came within four percentage points of unseating honda. khanna looks forward to another chance against the eight-term congressman. >> i think we are in a very good position. i will let the political pundits talk about how close, but i think anyone looking at the results, i mean, they exceeded so far my expectations by far. >> i think there will be have to be more wore done regardless of the outcome right here. we are fighting tooth and nail for every vote and we will continue to fight tooth and nail every vote until november. >> we interviewed honda's
campaign manager. khanna has hit honda hard with political mailers since honda is the subject of an investigation. honda says khanna has never serve inside elected office before and he has no record to stand on. honda has served in congress since 2001. there is some problems for voters in san mateo county. about 10% of the county's 1400 electronic voting machines didn't work properly. election officials say the machines were not coded correctly so they didn't produce ballots. voters had to use paper ballots. election officials say the problem was quickly fixed and they are investigating to see if those ten-year-old machines need to be replaced. we will have more election coverage through the morning. results are up to date on our website as well at ktvu.com and they are scrolling on the bottom of your screen. there are new and strong reactions to the santa clara county judge who sentenced brock turntory six months in jail for sexual assault. "new york times" is reporting judge aaron perskey is receiving death threats.
a county official told the newspaper his office has been flooded with threatening calls and the threats have been against both perskey and his family. there are attempts to have him recalled. the prosecutor says he does not agree with the sentence imposed on turner, he does not think he should be recalled. democrats in congress have introduced legislation to require presidential candidates to publicly release their tax returns. the presidential tax transparency act does not mention donald trump by name, but it was clearly triggered by him. trump refuses to disclose his tax returns, saying he won't release them as long as he is being audited. mitch mcconnell has called on trump to release the forms. every presidential nominee since 1976 has made his returns public. san francisco is cracking down on short-term rental companies like airbnb. legislation would require sites such as airbnb to provide registration information to the city before posting short-term
rentals online. violators face fines up to $1,000 a day per listing, and misdemeanor charges. airbnb says the law is legally questionable and doesn't offer any solutions to fix the complex registration process. time is 8:42 8:42. two students accused of killing a classmate and injuring another last month. 16-year-old edwin guevara and juan henriquez have been charge the. another man who is due in court faces charges of accessory after the fact. the attack happened may 25th in an open space area. authorities say two students were lured to the open space area to smoke marijuana and say they were shot and attacked with a machete. one student died at the scene. one other survived and called 911. at this point authorities are looking for 19 javier guevara. they say it appears to be gang related. a berkeley doctor is preparing for the start of casino's new right to die law which takes effect tomorrow.
dr. lonnie shavelson is about to specialize in end of life options for terminally ill patients in the bay area. he realizes some doctors are not comfortable discussing these options, so he is stepping in to help. he charges $200 for an initial consultation and $1,800 if patients choose to use life- ending drugs. >> i have to review their medical records. then i have to examine the patient. then we talk quite a lot about what makes you think that you want to have a prescription to help you die? >> brittney maynard brought the issue to the forefront when she moved from california to oregon to end her life. dr. shavelson says his phone is not ringing off the front. he doesn't want it to. instead, he hopes that over time physicians handle these end of life choices for their patients. the controversy over transgender students is apparently an issue for the klu
klux klan. flyers say they jeopardize the safety of bathrooms across the nation. it included a phone number and website claiming to be contact information for the klan. >> they use the transgender issue to actually try to gain people in, try to manipulate people and, you know, get them on their side, whatever their side is. >> this should not be tolerated in 2016 at all any city, in any state, in any subdivision. >> the douglas county sheriff's department is following up on complaints about the flyers. it has not determined a crime was committed so far. a wildfire in northern california. ahead we will have the new containment numbers. fire burning at henry coe state park. speeding up lines and others across the country at airports. we are looking at a commute that is busy in the south bay.
especially here on 237 headed west. well, plenty of clouds. most observations say cloudy at 8:00 in the morning. there is a fresh onshore breeze. all equals cooler. we will have the numbers. i just picked us up 2 breakfast croissants for $4, when this bear attacked. with one swipe, it devoured one of the croissants. then jack showed up, and took care of the beast, so i could escape. and that's what happened to your breakfast croissant. and yours? it survived. enjoy freshly cracked egg with ham and bacon. or sausage.
threat forced an egyptair jet to land in usebekistan. it was headed from cairo to beijing. when the aircraft landed it was checked for explosives but they found nothing.. the head of the national transportation security administration says the agency is making progress at reducing long lines at security checkpoints at some of the nation's longest airport. the administrator told the senate committee on homeland security he focused his efforts on seven large hub airports. los angeles, dallas, chicago, miami, atlanta, jfk in new york. by reducing wait times, the agency has been able to prevent a ripple affect at delays across the country. >> we have retooled our performance measures to ensure we stay focused on the mission. >> staffing shortages at the
tsa and changes in security procedures were blamed for a near record number of delays and missed flights last month. 8:49. let's check in with your traffic this morning with sal. any problems out there? >> it's still a little bit slow, especially on the eastshore freeway where we had a stalled truck in the middle of the slow traffic. 40 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze. a lot of it is in richland. by the time you get to the bay bridge toll plaza, you will see that traffic has recovered. i think a lot of people have already gone through. also, the morning commute looks pretty good if you are driving on some of these other commutes here. highway 4 has improved. 68 to is backed up from concord to danville. a couple of issues have made traffic a mess. 8:49. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. if you want cooler weather, it's arrived. that means out to the sacramento valley. we had a little bit still of an
inversion. warm air aloft yesterday. that's eroding. as it does, low clouds, high clouds, a mostly cloudy forecast for the red sox and the giants tonight. 59. a good little breeze out there. the low clouds are very slow to clear. when they do, there will be a breeze behind that and temperatures inland, i mean, you get to june, middle of june, you get some heat as we did last week, it's hard to break that down. continuing today and we will go through friday. san francisco 64/56. probably some areas that are not even that warm. average 66 to 52. 92 in 1973 the record high. gusts at 40 at travis. to davis and vacaville and sacramento, that cooler air makes it. west 13 at oakland. even from sfo to hayward and san jose a west or northwest breezy. that should cool the ocean temps a little bit and bayside
as well. 50s, 60s. oakland 60. 59 fairfield. 59 berkeley. 61 san jose. there is just not much of a difference here with this big of a fog bank, i don't think there will be. higher clouds working in. there is some light rain at crescent city. how about that? very light, i might add. low overcast. chilly to some warm. nobody close to where they were a couple days ago. that's for sure. mist. drizzle will be back tonight and tomorrow. we stir up that low cloud deck. too much cold air aloft and under armour as continues drop off the table here. tomorrow and friday those will cool off. 70s for many or low 80s in locations. we are below average on the temps. near average for some. thursday, especially friday, the coolest day. a little warmer into the weekend. >> is this pretty normal? >> this is pretty impressive cool-down to go from one extreme on friday to that fast.
the fog coming back is not a big deal. inland temps dropping, that's impressive for this time of year. >> personally, you know how i feel about the temperatures. i like this. some people, to each their own. >> if you don't get the fog and you have to use the blanket at night now, that's a big cool- down. >> that is true. steve, thank you so much. time is 8:52. a live look outside this morning from san francisco. as steve mentioned, cooler temperatures this morning. coming up, hear from rocker axl rose is upset over one of his pictures. "mornings on 2" will be right back. to buy a new gym bag. before earning 1% cash back everywhere, every time. 2% back at grocery stores and now at wholesale clubs. and 3% back on gas.
welcome back everybody. time is 8:54. an oakland man has been charged with a deadly shooting of a muni driver. he was sitting on his harley outside a bar near san leandro friday night. it was an unprovoked attack by sophie kong, who is accused of pistol whipping and critically wounding a second person.
here he is pictured there. investigators say they have surveillance tape of the killing and the arrest, but the motive still unclear. prosecutors have charged kong with murder and attempted murder and he could face the death penalty if convicted. police in san francisco arrested a woman who they say stole an ambulance and led officers on a high-speed chase across the bay bridge and crashed on treasure island. she broke into the ambulance and took off while paramedics were responding to a medical call yesterday morning. she led police on a chase, crashing into a concrete barrier on treasure island. ed woman got out of the ambulance as it burst into flames. the department says it is going to look into whether she was under the influence or has a mental illness. reportedly, the paramedics left the ambulance running in order to keep equipment charged. calfire crews remain on the fire lines at henry coe state park this morning. a wildfire has burned nearly
200 acres on the stanislaw county side of the park. there are homes in the area, but calfire says they are not in danger rate now. calfire says the fire is 30% contained, but there is no estimate when it could be completely contained. crews are hoping the strong winds that pushed the flames yesterday don't reappear today. it's not clear how the started and no reports of any injuries. people in florida are cleaning up the mess left behind by tropical storm colin this morning. the storm dumped 9 inches of rain on the state's northern gulf coast. high winds knocked out power to thousands and the rain overloaded sewer pipes in st. petersburg forcing the city to pump sewage into tampa bay. the national hurricane center says the storm has moved out to sea and is expected to weaken later today. the rio olympic organizing committee says there has been a drop in the number of zika cases in recent weeks. committee officials say no zika cases were reported during the olympic trial matches.
they say the findings suggest the environment is safe for the upcoming summer games which kick off less than two months from now, but prevention continues in brazil. well, internet trolls are targeting guns targeting guns in roses. it has been part of internet memes making fun of his appearance. harvard university's lumine database lists copyright violations. some of the messages used, as you can see there, take me down to bakery city and o sweet pie of mine. can't we all just get along these days? hey, hey, hillary clinton is on the ticket in november. bernie sanders says not so fast. and can you say game three of the nba finals? joe fonzi is in cleveland. "mornings on 2: the 9" coming
election results are coming to in. hillary clinton is declaring victory. but bernie sanders is not giving up. we are live with ktvu political analyst brian sobel. we are on top of the results and we are live this santa clara county where ballots are still being counted. and game three tonight in cleveland. joe fonzi talking to fans about their search for a victory against the golden state warriors. >> taking a look at the gorgeous east bay martinez area. this morning you can apply this song to whatever you are thinking of this morning. be it politics across the california primary. perhaps the golden state warriors game tonight. perhaps we are thinking of the san jose sharks and their need for a victory. whatever you