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warriors and cavs fans will never forget game one of the nba finals. >> take a look. lebron james wishes he could -- i think his face in that moment says it all. >> good morning to you on this friday, june 1st. we'll have much more on that in a few moments. >> two teams playing against the cavs last night, the warriors and the cavs. first, you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. hey, mike. >> lebron looked at j.r. like his son going, what are you doing? that's not what i taught you. a lot closer than a lot of us thought. here is a look at the winds. they are very light. notice they haven't dragged much in the way of cloud cover ak crouse our neighborhoods except for right along the peninsula coast. we start at sutro tower. get ready for a day of sunshine and nice rebound with temperatures back to average. in the upper 50s a l 6 at the coast this ternoon. already low to mid 70s around theay and inland. that's warmer than yesterday. still noon by the i'm too we get to the afternoon hours. mid 70s to low 80s.
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low to mid 70s for our bay and inland neighborhoods. upper 50s at the coast. alexis, what have you got? >> a couple things to talk about. the first one a new crash in the richmondrea westbound 80 around cutting boulevard. a solo vehicle collision. sounds like that person lost control and spun out. we have one lane blocked, chp on the way to the scene. where we have a backup is both directions of 880, northbound and southbound approaching 23rd. pretty extensive delays and overnight road work scheduled to wrap up at 5:00. hopefully they're picking cones up right now. trying to reach out to caltrans to make sure they're going to get that done on time. 5 580 is wide open for an alternate as long as you're not in a big rig this morning. you ready to watch that clip that will never get old? the cavaliers had a chance to stun the warriors at the end of game one. j.r. smith grabbing a crucial
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rebound. instead of going for the shot, running towards half-court. the warriors went on to win in over time. >> no one could have seen this coming, especially lebron james. watch what happened after the game. reporters kept asking him about that moment. >> did he think that you guys had it won or did he think he was trying to make a play? >> i'm not sure. i'm not sure. i don't know his state of mind. >> did you know if he knew the score? >> thank you. >> i was at home watching this in bed and going ooh, uncomfortable. lebron packs up his belongings and takes a hike. the coach said smith thought they were up by one. smith said he thought they were going to call a time-out. you decide. >> you can clearly lip read what he's saying in that moment. it seems like he thought they
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were ahead. abc 7 is the only plaps you can watch the nba finals presented by youtube tv. we're all going to be watching game two of the cavaliers versus the warriors. it's sunday at oracle arena. we'll have our pregame show at 4:00, abc coverage at 4:30. tip-off at 5:00. stay with us for toyota after the game. would you go to the dmv on a saturday morning? starting in two weeks, some offices will be open a couple mornings a month. >> abc 7 matt keller live for us in santa clara. >> reporter: good morning, reggie and natasha. how many times have you had to wait one hour or two hours or four hours or all day here at the dmv to get your business done? that could soon change. that's because some offices of the dmv, including one in santa clara will be o o saturdays starting this month. beginning in july, then open on
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the first and third is it of each month. the offices will open from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. >> you have people who work monday through friday who don't have time to actually get into the dmv. so saturdays would offer an opportunity and might cut down on the lines during the week. >> reporter: you will not be able to do behind-the-wheel exams. some are just liefrs processing centers. you can only do driver's license and id card transactions there. we put a list on our website, abc7news.com. live in santa clara, mt. keller, abc 7 news. new developments now on the three puppies found severely abused. there's now a $10,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest. pet food express initially offered a $5,000 reward. no peta is matching that offer bringing the total to $10,000. three german shepherd puppies were found at an oakland
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homeless encampment over the weekend. one had her back paw cut off and the two others had broken jaws. the puppies are getting treatment right now and they are recovering. that breaking news, an uber driver reportedly shot a passenger multiple times in denver, colorado. this morning denver police confirm a man is dead. there's a big investigation under way right now on interstate 25 in the area. i want to show you this new video we just got of the crime scene. this is from our abc station in denver. kmgh reports the passenger was shot multiple times inside the car. the silver camry crashed into a wall. we're reaching out to uber for a response. we'll bring you that from our live desk as soon as we get it. reggie, back to you. an uber eats driver is back on the streets after threatening to stab to death a fremont
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couple. >> this incident happened saturday at this apartment complex. it began when the couple honked at a black jetta blocking an trance. the driver reversed, rolled down his window, spit at the couple and pulled out knives and threatened to stab them to death. he took off but the couple took a picture. residents at the complex say they're concerned. >> we think it's a safe place. but in some uber driver comes here, we think he might be here to pick someone and we won't suspect. >> it's really scary. it's a gated community. i opted to stay here because it's safer relatively. >> uber has suspended the driver. he started driving for the company four months ago. uber eats is uber's food delivery platform. president trump is expected
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to receive a personal letter from north korean leader kim jong-un. it's unclear what's in the letter but we have a hint. this morning kim jong-un reconfirmed his commitment to the denuclearization of the korean peninsula. there's no official announcement on whether the summit will even take plaps on june 12th. president trump says it may take several meetings to work this out. you can see what san jose firefighters had to deal with on loomis drive near highway 101. a pretty large house for. it started in a back yard. winds pushed it in the home. san jose fire officials tell our media partner "the mercury news" that an aggressive response by firefighters kept flames from spreading to nearby homes. four people are displaced. fortunately no one was hurt. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. if you're waking up in san francisco, we've got chilly weather here. look at the sunset. sunny side, lake merced and ocean beach. as you head towards the bay, we hit the low 50s.
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milder. if you're heading downtown it's 51. we've got that same temperature in tracy. pittsburgh at 55. richmond 52, san leandro 50. everybody else in the mid to upper 40s. welcome to our coolest morning this week and our coolest morning moving forward. here is a look at the golden gate bridge. a nice day to walk across the bridge. hardly a breeze, total sunshine. temperatures about the low to mid 60s. if you're out playing on the bay today, no small craft advisory. if you're out and about, sunglasses and sunscreen. at the beaches, the same thing. peninsula 57 at 8:00. look at that, by noon 69. we hang out in the mid to upper 70s from 1:00 to 5:00. on the east bayshore, about the same. 56 at 8:00, low the mid 70s from noon to 6:00. 65 at 8:00. our last stop will be our east bay valley. some of our warmest
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temperatures, not quite air conditioning weather. today low to mid 80s. tomorrow 90s come back to the foreca forecast. i'll show you that coming up in the accuweather forecast. we've got pretty long delays on either side offal 880. we talked to caltrans in the last few minutes. they did confirm they were picking up cones right now. check that out. on the northbound side, two miles an hour, eight miles an hour on the southbound side. starting to see the length of the backup shorten just a bit. if you are heading out right now, i would stick to 580 until that thins out. a new rollover crash reported southbound 680 before auto mall parkway. a pretty empty bay bridge toll plaza. no metering lights yet. a partnership between police and community appears to be showing results in san jose. >> it's not particularly high tech or especially innovative.
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it really is just people talking to each other. abc 7 reporter katy ute tess shows us the impact of a conversation. ♪ >> reporter: the church packed with police. the occasion, positive. >> the reality is that we will be in crisis some day. >> reporter: conversations like this one should help prevent them. >> it is this dialogue that gives us our framework for our policy and what we'll do in the coming weekts and months that follow. >> reporter: the group, people acting in community together, p.a.c.t. has been working with san jose police. >> it's deeply personal for me to see, to incorporate these changes. >> it's a partnership. i don't ooer looking for the platform of put mutual respect. >> reporter: chief eddy garcia is helping spread the work beyond his department, inviting other bay area law enforcement. there are more than 250 people in attendance tonight. for the first time police chiefs
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from across santa clara county with the goal being they bring this back to their communities. >> it really opened my eyes to experiences with law enforcement. >> reporter: families who lost people during police interaction are heard. >> it's time for change. that's our main goal, to get to that point so that way we understand each other. >> reporter: conversation. the groundwork for respect and better policing. in san jose, katy ute tess, abc 7 news. >> jessica just did an in depth report on cell phone addiction. you can find that on abc7news.com. apple is rolling out a feature to fight addiction with its own products. >> we're learning it may be sooner than you think. >>
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when the worst oil spill hit san francisco, first responders went to work. and mayor gavin newsom, he went to hawaii. man: newsome left the day after the spill for a four-day vacation in hawaii. the same gavin who said his job as lieutenant governor was so dull, he only showed up for work at the state capitol
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one day a week, tops. gavin's not gonna work as governor.
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how cool is this? noaa just released its first high definition picture from its newest satellite. that satellite will eventually be placed right over the pacific. it's going to help us here in california identify wildfires earlier and where they are spreading and how cal fire will use that information and the jien nor mouse budget that hopefully we don't have to use like we've had to to get a head of the fires. here is a look at our beach forecast. we'll show you tomorrow's. tomorrow total sunshine after a
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partly sunny start. low to mid 60s and even 70s around monterey to near santa cruz. we'll have your accuweather forecast coming up next. thank you very much, mike. take a look at this. the wind-driven fires that broke out wednesday in byron and mountain house are fully contained. cal fire says seven fires burned 484 acres. they broke out in the altamont area. one home was destroyed. flames wiped out an out building, some cars, a trailer and a boat. in today's "gma first look." samantha bee is apologizing for using a vulgar slur to against ivanka trump. >> late night host samantha bee is being honored by the television academy amid backlash. she used a vulgar expletive to
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describe the president's daughter. >> ivanka trump who works at the white house chose to post the second most oblivious tweet we've seen this week. you know, ivanka, that's a beautiful photo of you and your child. but let me just say one mother to another. >> bee hammered her for her father's immigration policy and called ivanka a slur we can't even repeat. she was honored for having one of the most meaningful and relevant shows on tv. the show is taking a hit. sponsors state farm and auto trader are pulling out. coming up at 7:00 a.m., we have more reaction to bee's comments. with your "gma first look." diane ma seed dough. investigators say a truck driver blew through a crossing. witnesses say they heard what sounded like an explosion. they saw a large cloud of dust
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at the intersection of todd road and moreland avenue. the chp says the driver's injuries are minor and no one on the train was hurt. a man is recovering after being hit by a car at sfoe. the driver was arrested under suss spi shun of driving under the influence. this happened on the lower level of terminal three. paramedics took the victim to the hospital. facebook isn't cool anymore, at least according to teenagers. >> there's a new survey out revealing the most popular platd forms online. youtube taking the top spot. 85% of teenagers saying they use it, followed by instagram and then snapchat. only 51% of teens say they use facebook, and twitter is in fifth place. as for the platform teens use the most often, still snapchat. besides the battle on the court and the nba finals between the warriors and the cavaliers, the bay area taking on cleveland in the food bank final.
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>> in this case everyone wins. the alameda county foote food bank is challenging dub nation to show we are more generous than cavs fans when it comes to support food banks. the three food banks have set a collective goal of raising $50,000 this year. that's something we can all get behind. >> let's do this. drones are everywhere. "time" magazine knows that. they've put out a special report about it. >> the best part of all of it is how they made their cover. take a look. time launched and synchronized, 958 drones to create its cover shot in folsom near sacramento. one person who saw it in action said up in the sky i saw the future. that reminds me of the super bowl, right? they used the drones there. >> that is pretty amazing until you're in dolores park and
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there's one right over your head. >> when i lived in san diego, i had one that would rise to my window. i was on the tenth floor. it would fly up and stay there. >> did you just go -- >> hi, good afternoon. >> invasion of privacy? >> for sure. >> peeping? creepy? >> all of the above. >> sorry you had to deal with that. >> that's okay, mike. i survived. let's take a look at what's going on outside. maybe take your anti drone spray with you. in the 70s today in san francisco and 75 tomorrow. how about that? san rafael is clear at about 48 degrees. today, sunny, huge warming trend. clear tonight, not as chilly as this morning. 40s in june. that's a little cold. warm then our highs will drop back to average through
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accuweather seven-day forecast. accuweather seven-day forecast. you can see the marine layer clouds are well offshore. 70 in downtown is the warmest. balboa park, 68. going around the mission, 69. south san francisco about 67 degrees. let's head over towards the east bay. oakland 72. berkeley 71, up to about 76 in fremont. gorgeous afternoon there. just as nice on the peninsula. either side we'll have mid 60s on the coast; mid to upper 70s on the bay side. cooler around millbrae about 69. south bay, no more records threatened like we had yesterday. 79 in san jose. 80s around gilroy, los gatos and morgan hill. low to mid 80s through most of the east bay valleys today. in the north bay, low to upper 80s once you get away from san rafael. here is tonight's temperatures. low 50s to upper 50s except for half moon bay at 47. my accuweather seven-day
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forecast, we go from winter to spring to summer in about three days. and then we fall back to average temperatures with morning clouds and afternoon sunshine starting monday. >> we've got quite a few issues to talk about. more details on the crash in the fremont area. it started on southbound 680, a vehicle reported speeding, lost control, flipped over the center divide and landed in the northbound lanes. the two left lanes are blocked northbound. no lanes blocked southbound. it looks like a lot of folks stopping to take a look at this. that vehicle was basically over on top of that center divide. we've got major jaguars reported. this is likely going to be there a while. we're seeing heavy traffic in both directions. also, still trying to bounce back northbound and southbound 880 approaching 23rd. we had overnight road work that wrapped ten to 15 minutes ago. those delays are heavy around, especially heavy on the northbound side. 580 works fine for an alternate.
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the bay bridge toll plaza, no metering lights yet. still looking fairly friday light. next traffic update coming up just before 5:30. >> apple introducing a new feature designed to make you use its features less. the feature is called digital health. it will help users manage how much time they spend on their iphones and ipads. it shows how long you spend inside of apps. apple will unveil digital health at its developer conference next monday in san jose. san bruno police release details about the the shooter asked for democrats and asked about a job. roughly 24 hours later she came back armed with a miss stall. nasim injured three people before killing herself. police believe she started youtube because she was upset the company change its rules for
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video producers to make money from users of her videos. uber pulled out of arizona in march after a deadly crash involving one of itself-driving cars near phoenix. the company vowed to resume autonomous car testing once federal agencies investigated. uber ceo is planning to get self driving vehicles back on the road this summer. coming up next, the 7 things you need to know as you start your day. >> allies pushing back on the new tariffs. one down, three more to go. much more warriors coverage including lebron's suit sh
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arrested for a shooting plot in san ramon was calling his attack columbine 2.0. he was said to have a tactical vest, toy shotgun, handwritten notes and digital data. >> an uber driver reportedly shot a passenger multiple times in colorado. that's according to kmgh in denver. we learned one man has died and denver police are now investigating. we've reached out to uber. no comment yet. >> number three, the dmv will open in some cities on two saturdays a month starting this month. offices will be open on june 16th and june 23rd. and then beginning in july, it will then be open on the first and third saturdays of every month. number four, the warriors survived a scare from the cavs in a thrilling overtime victory at oracle arena. now the dubs lead the series 1-0. game two is sunday at oracle at 5:00 p.m. if you're not going, you can only watch it here on abc 7.
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number five, welcome to our coolest morning this week and moving forward. check out what happens this afternoon. temperatures jump about 10 to 18 degrees above yesterday's level and more warmth coming this weekend. number six, we have a handful of crashes already this evening. one of those in the richmon area. solo vehicle collision. still the left lane blocked with minor injuries. they're working on getting a tow truck to the scene. number seven, like we needed an excuse, it is national doughnut day. several major companies including dunkin' donuts and krispy kreme giving away freebies today. we've listed it on abc7news.com. i'll tweet out the link, too. coming back with 90 minutes that could have san francisco lookin for a new police chief. a bill meant to bring insurance relief for victims of the north bay
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looking live outside from our east bay hills cam. a warmup in time for the weekend. >> likely a dark cloud over one man this morning. >> hill misses. rebound goes to the cavs, j.r. smith brings it back out. >> this is being called one of the biggest blunders in nba history. that face on lebron says it all. the cavs coach said j.r. smith simply didn't know the score, thought they were ahead. now we're hearing what smith has to say. i'll let you decide. it doesn't quite match up. good morning on this friday, june 1st. >> it's funny when a coach says one thing and the player says another thing a couple minutes later. >> also when you can clearly read the player's lips.
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we'll break it all down. bottom line, waking up winners this morning. >> yes, we are. thanks, j.r. >> let's take a look at what's going on outside, even guys that make millions a year can have brain cramps. high pressure is building in. it's going toer rad cat those breezes that have kept us so cool the last few days. this morning we're starting in the 40s and 50s, maybe low to mid 50s by 7:00. 50s to low 60s from noon to 4:00 along the coast. you look at the temperatures at noon around the bay and inland. they're already warming than they were yesterday. we keep going until we reach the mid 70s to low 80s at 4:00 and back into the low to mid 70s. what a great evening it's going to be for your friday activities and graduations this friday. i'll have those forecasts coming up. alexis? >> pretty busy already this morning. fremont area 680, a crash that
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started on the southbound side. a vehicle lost control and flipped over the center barrier. now the northbound side is blocked. lookts like the onlooker delay on the southbound side has thinned out. unfortunately we have major injuries reported there. one to two followup on construction, northbound, southbound 880. southbound side has fully recovered. you can use 580 for an alternate. this morning dub nation breathing a sigh of relief after the warriors nearly lost game one of the nba finals. >> but then, one of the biggest blunders in nba history happened. here is how it played out. >> hill misses. rebound goes to the cavs, j.r.j. smith brings it back out. throws to hill. hill's shot blocked. we'll go to overtime. >> what happened here is the
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cavs' j.r. smith grabbed the rebound on that missed free-throw instead of trying for a game winning shot. smith appeared to try to run out the clock as if the cavs were in the lead. the warriors used that to outscore the cavs by ten in over time. final score 124-114. >> finals, man. anything is liable to happen. all that matters is you get a win and turn the page to game two and just enjoy the moment. >> we've got to move on. this game is over and done with. we had opportunities. i'll never give up on j.r. that's not my m.o. i don't give up on any of my players, any of my teammates. >> two different stories here. smith said he thought the team was going to call a time-out. their coach said that smith just didn't know the score. both teams have today off and game two is on sunday at oracle
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arena. they can discuss their stories for the next 48 hours. >> warriors fans were on pins and needles. >> after the game lots of smiles and cheers from the fan streaming out of oracle arena. some say they wanted to beat the traffic and get out of there early but couldn't tear themselves away from the tight game. we caught up with relieved and elated fans. >> that was a good game. >> were you nervous at all? >> i was nervous because lebron always come to show he's one of the great players. the warriors showed we're a great team. >> of course we're going to pull through. warriors all the way. no doubt at all. >> i love her face. fireworks lit up the skies above oracle after last night's big win. >> one of the most talked about moments before game one was this shorts suit worn by lebron james. he also had mismatched socks. the cavs have worn suits almost every playoff game. the suit is by fashion designer tom brown, as is the bag he was carrying, which retails for
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$41,000. >> whoo. >> abc 7 is the only place you can watch the nba finals presented by youtube tv. game two happens sunday at oracle arena. pregame show at 4:00. abc coverage starts at 4:30 with tip-off at 5:00. please stay with us for "toyota after the game." 5:35. new developments in the arrest of a student arrested accused of plotting an attack against his school. police arrest ed the student whw wanted a columbine-type massacre. amy hollyfield has more. good morning, amy. >> good morning, natasha. the new report says the student called his plan columbine2.0 but wanted his attack to be deadlier. according to the "san jose mercury" news, a police report says officers searched the kid's home and found a tactical vest, a camouflage helmet, a toy
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shotgun, handwritten notes and digital data. there is a lot of gratefulness here at california high school that a student came forward. he says the freshman was trying to recruit him, but he reported him to resource officers. administrators here commended that student for coming forward. they have arrested the teenager who was planning the attack. they have not released his name because he is a juvenile. according to the report, he wanted to carry out his attack on the same day as the columbine attack, april 20th, in 2021. live in san ramon, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. zuckerberg san francisco general hospital implementing security changes after a woman's body was found in a stairwell. 75-year-old ruby lee anderson lived at a residential care facility on the hospital's campus. she went missing may 20th. it's not known how long she had been in that stairwell of the hospital's power planted. it is protocol to search every
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hospital building if a patient is reported missing. the power plant wasn't searched because anderson wasn't considered a patient. no badge was needed to get into that building during certain hours. the hospital has now instituted a 24/7 security badge access policy. >> we may find out today whether san francisco police chief william scott will leave us and return to los angeles to become the new chief of lapd. chief scott is reportedly one of three finalists now for the job. in early may rumors began swirling he may be a candidate for lapd's top job after its police chief charlie beck announced his retirement at the end of the year. mayor eric garcetti has thad interviews with all three of the finalists. defense attorneys, prosecutors and media representatives spent hours yesterday hashing out what the public will be allowed to see. they are pouring over arrests
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and search warrants for 72-year-old joseph james deangelo who faces 12 murder charges in sacramento, orange, santa barbara counties. in the north bay, some of our coolest temperatures, mid to upper 40s here. we make it to 50 in vallejo. everybody else grab a coat this morning. we have mid to upper 40s. san carlos to cupertino. some low 50s elsewhere until you get to alameda at about 53 degrees. a little haze out there, but not the cloud deck nor the marine layer and the sea breeze, the gusty conditions we had the last couple days. driving today, no need to worry about the winds yanking the steering wheel. everything good eitherwise. mass transit chilly this morning. it will be warm this afternoon. tranquil if you're out on the
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bay. look at the temperatures in the north bay. in the 40s this morning. in the mid 50s by 8:00. 76 by noon and low 80s throughout the afternoon hours up until right ability 6:00. for san francisco, we see a little spread develop here from 55 at 8:00 to near 60 at noon. if you're heading out this evening, about 57 degrees. our last stop will be down in the south bay temperatures start at 57. about 20 degrees warmer as we head through the afternoon hours in the mid to upper 70s. nice evening out there. 69 degrees and sunshine. we're hoping for friday light. not the case. >> no. we've got quite a few issues to talk about. i do have some good news as far as one of those crashes is concerned. in fremont we had a rollover crash that started on southbound 680. that vehicle flipped over the center divided and landed on the northbound side. we had major injuries with this. emergency crews fully cleared the roadway. maybe a little onlooker delay.
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we possibly still have activity on the shoulder. northbound looking better. heavier on the southbound side. i will keep an eye on that. it is improving. we also have this crash in richmond, westbound 80 before cutting boulevard. another solo vehicle crash. someone lost control and spun out. still blocking left lanes. minor injuries there. they're working on getting a tow truck to the scene. if you're leaving the hercules area from highway 4. speaking of that, we got those metering lights turned on around 5:34 this morning. stacking up in the fast track lanes, cash lanes moving better and no delay if you're car pooling. next traffic up date in about ten minutes. tariffs against u.s. trade allies will go into effect today. that's led to retaliation. the trump administration is placing a 25% tax on steel and 10% tax on aluminum from the european union, canada and mexico.
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eu officials plan to file a protest with the world trade organization and impose duties on u.s. imports. mexico retaliated by imposing tariffs on pork, apples, grapes. north bay fire victims won't get much help from state lawmakers. if you google the california republican party this week, you saw nazi as a tag. google has an explanation. the warriors are just three wins away from a another nba championship. we are just a few minutes away from showing off more of your amazing photos and videos. remember, as you post
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you cannot hear me at all, can you? boasting. overselling his achievements. making false claims. as lieutenant governor, he skipped many of his duties, saying the job was "so dull," he only shows up to work at the state capitol "like one day a week, tops." the same gavin who, as mayor, "split town" during a massive oil spill and "jetted off...to hawaii." gavin's... not nna work.. as governor.
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it's 5:44 on this friday. chengs are changing everywhere. san antonio in ukiah at 63, monterey at 64. mid to upper 80s through the central valley. 74 in l.a. with the most sunshine they've seen all week. triple digits in palm springs, 80 in yosemite. lake tahoe this morning, the water it's about 50 to 55 degrees. that still may be tempting for some especially when temperatures this weekend hit the mid 70s to near 808080808080 las vegas trying to avoid a
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major industry shutdown this morning. overnight they made steps towards avoiding a major strike. in fact, just a short while ago, we got word the union there reached a deal with caesar's entertainment. it's good news for tourists. you may be heading out there this weekend. a union contract actually expired at midnight and it had tens of thousands of workers threatening a strike including baggage handlers, maids and cooks, still in talk with other hotels including mgm, the other big player there in las vegas. a citywide strike in las vegas is very costly. a 30-day strike would cost nearly $300 million. they're trying to avoid that. reggie, back to you. >> thank you, jessica. . north bay fire victims will get little if any help from the state legislature because of a full frontal assault by the insurance industry. two bills that would have helped fire victims who are underinsured fell victim to powerful lobbying. one bill would have made
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insurance companies pay out at least 80% of the maximum limit under a homeowner's personal property coverage without requiring policy owners to itemize their losses, and the bill was a response to local fire survivors who argued that compiling a list of items proved too burdensome and traumatic. google is blaming wikipedia for the search results that said the ideology of the california republican party includes naziism. a search of change records shows the terminate siism was added to the wikipedia entry twice in the last week before being taken down. google quickly moved the section on ideology calling the change vandalism. state republican leaders called it a disgrace and said google and wikipedia need to take more ownership of what is published on their sites. the warriors team is warning fans not to fall for ticket scams. the warriors say last year fraudulent sales jumped 70% during the finals.
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during this year's regular season, more than 800 fans were denied access to games because of counterfeit tickets. the warriors encouraged fans to buy directly from the team at warriors.com. there is another tradition growing here in the bay area. a unique art display called dubz against the world. >> this is a portion of the larger san francisco show and is on display at oakland's soul space. it features mostly home grown artists. >> you have a lot of familiar faces with the basketball players, durant, curry, clay, draymond. you'll notice a lot of the content is actually things that we've incorporated through pop culture and their personal hobbies or story lines going on through out the nba season. it's made people step back and take a deeper look at it and think about it a little bit. >> the show is free, open to the public tuesday through saturdays from noon to 6:00 p.m. a lot of celebs made their
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way to the arena. >> catching up with jon hamm and jeremy renner. >> this was thrilling and were call reverselealeversareve calls. >> more drama on that court than in most movies. >> he's trying to be an actor anyway. he's making a play to be on the big screen. >> oh, okay. >> i don't think that was a dis, was it? >> i couldn't tell. >> all these famous faces, barry bonds, rob lowe, adam levine. jeremy renner and jon hamm looking as stressed as we are. >> they're shooting a movie together or they did. dub nation, we want to see your warriors pride. check out the photos posted on social media.
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we want to see yours. post them using #dubs on 7. you might see them on tv or our website. >> they're going to cut that up, too. it's gorgeous. >> i'm sure it tastes good, too. >> you know who else i saw on the game, carolyn tyler. >> i saw her, too. >> i was tweeting her, hey, i see you. i'm jealous. >> huge fan. >> yes, always there. let's get outside and enjoy the warm weather. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. here is look at walnu creek. notice what you don't seehis morning. clouds, yes. full-on sunshine today and about 20 degrees warmer. same thing in san jose. you don't see the marine layer
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clouds. that means temperatures here will be about 15 to 20 degrees warmer, too. the interesting part of this is we're starting with our coolest morning this week, and we're going to jump start the warming trend as we head into the afternoon hours. temperatures could jump nearly 30 to 40 degrees today. that's pretty impressive. warmest days are this weekend. still dry but back to average temperatures as we head to next week. the transition, unfortunately, won't bring any rain. pretty hazy this morning. no clouds to be found anywhere. noon to to 4:00, delightful evening. mid to upper 70s, san jose at 179, mid to upper 70s in most of the peninsula. near 70 in millbrae. daly city at 62. san francisco, downtown 70s70s7s
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our last stop, 80 in pleasanton to brentwood at about 88 degrees. my accuweather seven-day forecast, tomorrow and sunday, a little cooling at the coast and the bay as the marine layer starts to come back. it will be more come nant. that's why temperatures will be back to average with morning clouds and afternoon sunshine monday through thursday next week. >> alexis. >> your forecast looking great for a big event in san francisco this weekend, mike. that is cluster fest at bill graham civic auditorium. a lot of closures already in place. some started a couple days ago and lasting through wednesday next week. it's the surface streets, a lot of the side streets around city hall. we also have a muni route that will be impacted. plan for delays and use mass transit if possible. >> right now looking good, delays on westbound 80, 32 minutes. still a crash blocking the left lane in the richmond area. 15 minutes across the bay bridge on westbound 80.
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southbound 101 to san francisco looking good, in the green at nine minutes. the freezing cold fitness trend that could ramp up your calorie burn. the push to replace your dmv photo if you hate it just took a major step forward. just a second ago i was talking about this awesome cake that got tweeted to me from ramon silver. he's making this for his 5-year-old ithe race for governort. has turned into a scam. gavin newsom's trying to elect a republican who was endorsed by trump. and villaraigosa's being bankrolled by a handful of billionaires. it's everything that's wrong with politics. and none of it is helping struggling families. here's my pledge to you. i'll keep our budget balanced.
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are these the summer-type temperatures you've been looking for? after a very cool may, look at the warming trend that starts today, june 1st.
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60s around the coast, aets inland. sunday we'll pull the temperatures back a little bit. we'll have morning marine layer clouds, but just as hot inland. enjoy it. hope you have a great weekend. here is reggie. >> many people in the bay area are packing their bags and moving out of state because it's so expensive to live here. here is where they are going. number one, nevada, texas and idaho. according to a new report. santa clara county leads the state in the number ofesidents looking to get out of town. mercury news spoke to experts with realtor.com. they say people are looking for affordability and not finding it in silicon valley. you'll be able to retake your driver's license photo for a fee under a bill approved by the state senate. up to three photos at five bucks each. the money raised will be use to bring back drivers ed in public
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schools. the measure still has to be passed by the assembly. taking a look at the roads this morning. we actually have had quite a few crashes. it hasn't really been friday light. one of the slow spots in richmond right now, westbound 80 before cutting boulevard. solo vehicle crash still in the left lane. it's been there for about an hour. we do have minor injuries. they're working on getting a tow truck to the seat. plan on delays if you're coming from highway 80. the south bay, so far, so good. a look at northbound 101 past the 880 interchange. overall your commute is looking great. let's check in with meteorologist mike nicco with a look at the forecast. >> let's talk about what's going on temperaturewise. we always start with pier 39. see what the sea lions are doing this morning, looks like some are out and about getting an early breakfast. why not? they're going to lay around in sunshine and 70-degree weather this afternoon, ten degrees warmer than yesterday. 12 to 18 degrees warmer for the
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rest of us as the weather whiplash hits us pretty significantly. the giants are back home. it's going to be cool but you won't have to worry about the breezes at at&t park. first pitch 72. dropping down to 57. autism awareness night for the giants. starbucks employees react to the racial bias training they got. the results are mixed. it's about to get easier to visit the dmv. when saturday service will start in the bay area. i was listening in on the news conference regarding the breaking news in denver. an uber driver
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i'm jeff bleich. preventing violence has long been my cause. in the face of senseless violence, we need hope. after columbine, i led president clinton's youth violence commission. i joined joe biden to reduce domestic violence, helping boys become men. i beat the nra in court, defending gun laws that save lives. today, a new generation is rising, and this is our moment. in the streets and in the capitol, i'll stand with them. jeff bleich. democrat for lieutenant governor.
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j.r. smith, takes it back out. throws to hill. hill's shot blocked. >> that's it, right there. the mistake that will live on
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forever giving the warriors game one of the nba finals. >> this morning the cavs and certainly j.r. wishing they could forget the whole thing. good morning to you. welcome to friday, june 1st. >> an incredible game. such drama, and i'm sure so many regrets this morning by members of the thanks for being with us. you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. here is mike nicco. >> i fell asleep in the middle of the fourth quarter. what did i miss? i'm sure you'll tell me. don't twist the knife too hard. what a great ending. here is a look at the winds, not very fast. notice the absence of them and pretty much the absence of cloud cover except along the peninsula coast. look at the bay this morning. when it looks like glass, you know it will be a gorgeous afternoon. you can see mid 40s to 50 at 7:00. upper 50s to low 60s this afternoon at the coast with sunshine. temperatures at noon already warmer than they were

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