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live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. one win away tonight, warriors fever, and all-time high. i am ken bastida. the warriors are in cleveland. pv -- people are paying a fortune for ticket. that's where christin ayers is tonight.>> reporter: fans will be flocking here tonight. the arena is lit up in blue and gold. those who can come are hosting their own watch parties.
-- can't come are hosting their own watch parties. it has become a tourist attraction, stephon curry posing as the legendary rapper.>> we were hanging out across the street watching people. every 30 seconds, someone pulls over.>> reporter: they call themselves the luminaries. this is one of two warriors themed murals painted by them this month.>> about 5 gallons of spray paint.>> reporter: the mural feeding into warriors fever. this is the closest some fans will get to steph curry. others will pay $15 to watch the game tomorrow night. tickets quickly sold out. on stub hub, we found some going for $1200 just to watch it on tv. for other fans, the biggest worry is what will happen after a win.>> -- police say they
have been planning for a win and a parade for weeks.>> anyone who has an intention to disrupt, we will take appropriate action. >> on the other side after a when we would put show mvps. >> reporter: for fans who want to come here to catch the game on the big screen, the good news is those $1200 tickets are the only ones for sale. we saw some for around $60. christin ayers, kpix 5.>> it seems like this, that oakland is trying to avoid. into audio three, with the raiders lost the super bowl, hundreds of cops were no match for the rioting. vern glenn joins us. are we going to take this thing or what?>> it's really up to lebron james. if they don't deliver, it's
over. we will have to see. last week i said warriors and six. steph curry showed up in the last quarter of sunday's win, scored 17 of his 37 points in that period. the small ball worked again. a 40 year title drought could end. how bad does curry want to will this to happen?>> the best way to say it, really bad. a long season goes into these last moments of the final series. we fought hallward -- hard all year and put ourselves a good position to close it out.>> is it about focusing on the mission.
is human nature to see you are up three-to go. on the outside looking in, that's what it looks like. on the inside, it's going to be war. >> the closeout game is the hardest one to win. i can remember in 1997, jordan had a chance, gave it up to occur -- to occur -- -- to kerr . >> if it goes in the game seven, they will be back at oracle friday night . >> if it goes in the game seven, they will be back at oracle friday night. . >> if it goes in the game seven, they will be back at oracle friday night. tonight, san francisco supervisors halfway through an experience -- experiment -- experiment. mark, the experience mark, the experience's hasn't been pretty. -- hasn't been pretty. >> reporter: the goal has been
to get the politicians out of their cars and onto muni so they can see the good, the bad, and the ugly. what have they learned? it turns out what the rest of us already knew. it's day 15 of the muni challenge. it's day 15 of the muni challenge. >> it seemed like it was older than my great-grandmother. it seemed like it was older than my great-grandmother. >> reporter: scott wiener is one of nine politicos taking muni and posting their honest findings to twitter. traffic makes walking through the district faster faster. the escalators are both open, but the stairs are closed. faster. the escalators are both open, but the stairs are closed. >> hopefully i am not annoying my twitter followers to back much. >> reporter: people i talked to said they like seeing their politicians act like regular joe's. >> i am happy people are using the public transportation
system that they are making policies on. >> reporter: the hope is these critiques will make for better policy down the road. if you can fast-track things if you can fast-track things, what would they be? >> i think we can accelerate the purchase of vehicles. we have been doing that. we have been doing that. >> reporter: muni has been adding vehicles and drivers. it is still facing billions over the next decades in needs. needs. >> you see what your constituents are experiencing. that's important to keep it real. important to keep it real. >> reporter: transit drivers are the ones who came up with this way to make a serious point with this way to make a serious point, which is that muni is still not at its 2009 service levels and the population is growing. at its 2009 service levels and the population is growing. after two months on the road, tonight transit is putting luxury buses on the auction block luxury buses on the auction block. it started up in april, buses
have leather seats, even a bluebottle coffee bar. service stop last month after they got a cease-and-desist letter for not having a permit. four girls who were sexually molested with -- by their second grade teacher have settled a lawsuit. they will each get $15 million. chandler was arrested for molesting the girls and is now serving 75 years to life. the girls and is now serving 75 years to life. billboards will be popping up with a simple question, who killed me? is part of a campaign to solve cold cases it oakland. murder victims say they are looking for help and justice. among them, the mother of someone shot to death a year ago. someone shot to death a year ago. >> in 18-year-old girl who was trying to get food at the drive through with her friends when a gunman decided to riddle her
vehicle with bullets. >> i think of her every day. vehicle with bullets. >> i think of her every day. >> reporter: dominquez was simply at the wrong place at the wrong time. billboard billboard's and posters will start going up in the next few weeks. and posters will start going up in the next few weeks. we expect to hear tomorrow from the woman who claims she is black and whose family claim she is not. today, john blackstone heard from people who say this issue isn't a matter of race, it's a matter of integrity. isn't a matter of race, it's a matter of integrity. >> reporter: four years before rachel dolezal became president of the spokane naacp naacp, she has been representing herself as black. today she resigned saying the dialogue has unexpected shift to -- unexpectedly shifted nationally to my identity. the address -- letter does not address her true identity. her family does. -- letter does not address her
true identity. her family does. >> her birthday the city is caucasian. -- birth ethnicity is caucasian. is caucasian. >> reporter: a photo online showed her as an african- american man -- with an african- american man. -- with an african-american man. >> the causes justice. what's most important to me is maintaining the integrity of the work back critics say her -- >> reporter: critics say her integrity is not the issue. critics say her integrity is not the issue. >> we are just saying you cannot be in a role of leadership and represent our community when your statements are questioned your statements are questioned. your statements are questioned. >> reporter: for now, brooks has the naacp. for now, brooks has the naacp. >> it is important to not focus on reality tv and the circus around that tv and the circus
around that, but to focus on real issues and challenges to our democracy. tv and the circus around that, but to focus on real issues and challenges to our democracy. in 2002, one dolezal was a student at howard, she filed a lawsuit claiming discrimination because she was white. the suit was dismissed. jeb bish is -- jeb bush is in officially. he is running for president but not using his famous last name and his campaign logo. president but not using his famous last name and his campaign logo. >> no one deserves party, seniority, family. it's nobodies turn, everybody's tests, and its wide-open. >> reporter: before -- >> before his speech, he tweeted this photo of his wife and mother -- >> before his speech, he tweeted this photo of his wife and mother, two of the most important women in his life. tomorrow, donald trump is expected to announce that he
will be one of them. closing stores, slashing the workforce. is it the end of the gap that he will be one of them. closing stores, slashing the workforce. is it the end of the gap? that he will be one of them. closing stores, slashing the workforce. is it the end of the gap? water cuts hit san jose. one family has an unusual solution that is red white and blue. a california lawmaker admits he messed up his
for now, brooks the gap the gap cutting lots of jobs tonight. h-- tonight. why the big shakeup? >> reporter: the gap has lost core shoppers. it is cutting 175 stores stores, closing them, and most of the jobs affected will be from its corporate headquarters. we spotted a few people wearing the namesake brand on market street but found more reasons why shoppers aren't really buying their. ereally buying their. >> -- there. -- there. >> they are not innovative -- there. >> they are not innovative. it's all very bland. >> they don't keep up with styles. -- there. >> they are not innovative. it's all very bland. >> they don't keep up with styles. >> business has been bad for a few years. today the company announced that will close almost a quarter of its stores in the us and layoff 250 corporate workers. 250 corporate workers. >> it had to happen.
this is a huge company with a huge physical presence. there is no need for that today. they had stores in malls that are kind of dying. they had stores in malls that are kind of dying. >> reporter: kate ya row says its management team grew too big its management team grew too big. since dominating the market, the gap hasn't kept up with today's tech savvy shopper. >> i think the brand became a lumbering dinosaur.>> we are four average teenagers not wearing a single thing from gap. >> reporter: the company said customers are rapidly changing how they shop today. these moves will help get gap back to where we know it deserves to be in the eye of conservators -- consumers. >> gap holds a big place in most people's hearts in the bay area. it is a company that means a lot to our community. we really wanted to do well.
-- want it to do well.>> reporter: customers should expect to see a smaller suite of stores this year. it also shut down its piperlime brand. banana and -- banana republic and old navy will not be fixed -- affected. cvs is buying targets pharmacy business for $2 billion. or than 1600 target pharmacies will be rebranded as cvs. a california community has two days of water left. that is after the state cut off its only water source. last week, the state cut off the communities only source of water. the irrigation was one of 114 water rights holders that got the ax. it is not clear where water will come from, but they don't have much time to figure it
out.>> my wife thinks i am nuts. i have 500 gallons of drinking water in my home.>> we are looking for water supplies as we speak.>> leaders are hoping to find someone to sell them water. meanwhile, several of the rights water districts are planning to sue the state. tonight's water customers are facing the toughest restrictions in the state. each home is now assigned a certain amount of water, 30% last than what it was used in 2013. the water cops will be looking for violators, multiple offenders face $500 fine. a couple found a creative way to deal with the cuts. adria borba shows us they mixed conservation with patriotism.>> reporter: even drought friends
need water. patriotic is the new brown. the couple stopped watering their lawn in january, tired of looking at patchy turf and dirt, they wanted to increase their curb appeal. they painted the american flag on their lawn in honor of flag day. >> very easy. >> reporter: the flag looks like it has a little santa clara valley breeze rippling through it.>> by husband went along and sprayed the edge. that was it. we measured 21 inches wide and 13 stripes. 50 stars. >> reporter: it took 15 cans of spray paint. and a days worth of work. what to the neighbors think? >> they asked, are you going to do a two-hour long? can you show us? it will last through the fourth
of july.>> reporter: adria borba kpix 5. why did this plane get a water cannon salute today if we are on restriction? a spokesman assures us know extra water was used. water was used, but no extra water.>> any water is extra water right now. the rainfall last week helped a bit. we could use more, but it's not the time of year for that. we have fog outside behind coit tower. it is lit up for your golden state warriors. tonight, mid-50s. concord 56, santa rosa 54. mid-50s for san francisco and redwood city. on the chilly side today.
we are going to be in the sweet spot for the next several days, not to back hot, not too cold. -- too hot, not too cold. tomorrow, the rich moves a little bit closer. this is a tiny change, but our weather is so sensitive as to whether we get that onshore flow. it moves a little bit closer, a little bit less of the ocean influence. it is warmer to the tune of 5 to 10 degrees. warmer still towards the weekend. highs inland will hit the 90s. near the bays -- bay, highs will hit the 70s. the kids are out of school and want to get outside, let them run around. in the mornings, it will be sunny and mild. the warmest weather will be saturday and sunday. highs tomorrow close to average. 81 in san jose, fremont mid-70s.
the budget adds about $750 million to the one that brown proposed, and it includes more money for schools, healthcare, and welfare. a big blunder by a republican lawmaker. >> he was the only one to vote in favor of the budget. that's because he was distracted by facebook. scott wilk admitted to it. he tweeted, my wife is right, i can't multitask. i accidentally voted for the budget. he was later allowed to change his vote.>> how did that happen? they will not be able to change the outcome on tonight's game. once it goes down, it's in the history books. a lot of work tonight from the basketball world. also, another team has put the
cup. for the golden state warriors, it's about winning on the road. for the first time a title since 1975, which, by the way, came on the road at washington. orr it is a special thing when you are just there because you are like a family. when you winded on the road and don't have -- win it on the road and don't have the distractions and take a trip home together, that was always special for us.>> will lebron have -- >> reporter: will lebron have enough gas in his tank? >> i feel comfortable because i am the best player in the world. we have enough to win it. if we protect home, we force the game seven.>> reporter: doesn't matter to the warriors as long as they get the championship. dennis o the blackhawks adding a sixth
stanley cup. duncan keith made them pay with a rebounded shot. a second-period goal on the way to a 2-0 series finale score. chicago won the series 4 games to two. the first time they clinched it at home since 1938. now baseball, and it's the giants. if it weren't for bad luck, they would have none at all. tom willis, the boy with no arms, check the pitch. he put it straight. kyle seager, deep. giants ninth straight home loss. the final, five-one. the june swoon continues. the longest losing streak since 1940. padres general manager , a's up three-one in the fifth. lowery added one more. he was three for five tonight.