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what was damaged. ♪ >> the backlash wells fargo is facing over a new ad featuring a same-sex couple. plus -- the warriors getting ready to play the cavs in cleveland tonight. their first away game in the nba finals. we'll tell you how bay area fans and businesses are showing team spirit. 7:00. we'll a live in novato -- we're live in novato where fire investigators are getting a better look at the scene of a suspicious fire. tara moriarty will have more.
good morning. welcome again. it's tuesday, june 9th. i'm tori campbell. i'm dave clark. let's talk about weather and traffic. did you see any fog coming in? >> i did on the caldecott. >> i mentioned you about an hour ago. we showed the fog and i said you and i are elbowing each other to get in line -- >> for the west wind. >> dave is right. tori is right. we had the fog coming in. the high clouds are streaming in from the remains of what was hurricane blanca. it's going to give us, i think, a wide variety of weather later today. there will be some sun in the morning. extremely tricky call 0 on the -- call on the forecast. the fog is thicker here and kevin leavey in sausalito knows his weather. carl the fog, on twitter, he's giving sausalito a rather cold and blustery reception. if you didn't have that fog yesterday, you might inland. everybody will join the party here on the cloud cover coming up. there were 500 or so lightning
strikes observed with this right off the coast. it looks like it will stay off the coast. but i will tell you, it's so close. 50s, 60s on the temps. it's going to be very warm inland. then the clouds will come streaming in. we'll cut of edge off the temps. we'll cloud it up and have showers and possible showers. morning fog, sun and then clouds roll in here fast. it will be humid. not as hot. thunderstorms are possible and showers. 80s, 90s inland. 50s, 60s by the coast. i've been so busy. i haven't heard a word you've said. >> i understand the busy part. you are doing a lot with the weather. i'm doing a lot with the traffic. westbound 580 we had the truck that caught fire, 580 at the tail da month pass -- altamont pass. the traffic is recovering. they did a good job getting it out of the way. 205 slow out of tracy.
580 through livermore is moderate. 680 is not that bad and then more slow traffic on the nimitz freeway heading south. let's go to the bay bridge toll plaza. i want to show you the traffic is backed up for a 15, 20- minute delay getting into -- or just getting on the bridge itself. as we take a look at downtown san jose and the valley commute, northbound 280 is slow getting up to highway 17, so is 101 andle 5 -- and 85. we're not seeing any june gloom that we thought would get better. before saratoga, they were clearing an accident on the onramp. that's causing this slow traffic you see. back to the desk. new this morning an investigation is underway in novato after several cars were set on fire. tara moriarty is live at the chevy dealership off redwood boulevard with more on why firefighters are calling it suspicious. good morning, tara. >> reporter: good morning. if you take a look, you can see one of the chevy volts up in
flames. quite extensive dam inside -- damage inside. you can see the wires and the foam exposed there. we are in a very secluded area of the car lot behind a chinese restaurant. if you look to the left, you can see that there is a space there. it looks like that's where a car used to be. it was towed away. metal is melted. we know there's extensionive damage to at least two of these cars. people started to hear explosions and saw flames around 11:30. when crews arrived, they found two cars on fire. they bowed the flames. brought arson in. the chevy volts are hybrid cars. now that the sun has come up, investigators may be coming out here to take another look. the owner has just arrived. we will try to speak to him and let you know what he has to say. i'm tara moriarty, back to you. >> all right. look forward to hearing any comments he's willing to share with you. thank you. we're getting a break from the heat today as we just heard
steve mention. but yesterday caused a lot of problems for commuters on b.a.r.t. we were told the delays were as long as 45 minutes. they said a power system overheated. there were delays on the daly city line because of an equipment problem the the high temperatures also led to miami roadwork. caltrans crews spent six and a half hours repairing the pavement on the richmond/san rafael bridge. the record heat cause the road to warp. traffic was backed up for miles heading into the east bay. all right. 7:05. can we talk basketball? the nba finals resume tonight. everything has shifted to cleveland. the warriors trying to bounce back from that disappointing loss in game 2. now, the series tied at 1 game apiece heading into tonight's game three.
make it hook easy, steph -- look easy, steph. the warriors agree the loss the other night was due to poor shooting. fans are ready to cheer on the team tonight. a lot of bay area businesses are showing their pride. fenton's ice cream shop in oakland offering a special treat, tori. look at the golden state sun d.a. white sponge cake, two scoops of ice cream, hot caramel, whipped cream and a cherry. >> there will be a dog fight all the way. i picked the warriors but it won't be easy. >> the warriors' pride on display at this car dealership. look at the windows. decked out in warriors' colors. the pride continues inside. they even have a yellow car. ktvu will have more warriors' coverage for you all through the morning. coming up at 7:30, we'll take you live to cleveland.
ktvu's joe fonzi is there. joe will take a look at the similarities and the differences between oakland and cleveland. 7:06. happening today, san francisco's board of supervisors is scheduled to vote on whether to require health warnings on sugary drinks. the ordinance would require warnings on ads for sodas and bus stops in the city. it would also ban ads for sugary beverages on city owned property. it would not allow city money to be used for buying those drinks. if approved, the rules would go into effect next year. supporters say the law would help education people about a health risk. but some businesses say the laws would scapegoat an entire industry. san francisco-based wells fargo bank is facing a religious backlash over one of its ads. alex savidge is lafn now to explain -- is live now to explain who is taking ike with
this. >> the son of billy graham is the one calling for a boycott of wells fargo and also promising to stop doing business with the bank and it's all because of this tv ad. ♪ >> this is the spot that came out back in april that shows two women learning sign language, a lesbian couple going to adopt a daughter. this ad was one of six commerce sals in a national -- commercials in a national campaign lawn fned in april to show case the bank's diversity of clients. gay rights group say this spot is a brave move by wells fargo. >> i think we've seen across the country that there are many, many corporations who are really stepping out in support of what they know to be values of equity and fairness. wells fargo has certainly been part of that. >> however, franklin graham,
son of billy graham, responded 0 this ad and posted on his facebook page, how did we fight the tide of moral decay? he also says, they are in the process of moving their accounts from wells fargo to another undisclosed bank. he's also calling for a boycott. he wants christians to boycott wells fargo. he's hoping people will stop doing business with companies that in his words promote sin. now, graham's pr firm told ktvu last night that he was unavailable for a comment on this issue. wells fargo for its part says it is committed to diversity and inclusion and tori, wells fargo says it plans to continue running that ad and the others that are part of this series. >> all right. thank you, alex. >> sure. 7:09. using technology to crack down on potential water wasters as one water agency is encouraging people to snitch by using their smartphones. the placer county water agency is trying to get the word out
about the smartphone app. it allows people to report neighbors who are violating restrictions. users take a fifth of the violation. the app then sends the photo, a time tarp and gps coordinates to the controls. the person responsible could then face a $500 fine. the agency says it's only given warnings so far. people living in placer county have mixed reactions to turns their neighbors in -- turning their neighbors in. >> see the same people gutter fluting. i decided i was gonna give the app a try. >> i like my neighbors too much. they would have to commit a felony before i said anything. >> so far only about00 people have downloaded -- about 100 people have downloaded the app. the agency paid $10,000 to create it. we now know which parts of the nation are most at risk for wildfires this summer. it may be no surprise that california is at the top of the list. the fire center says a wet
spring refused fire risk in most states but because of our current drought fire danger in california is well above normal. hawaii, alaska and parts of the southwest are also at above normal fire risk. federal agencies will have more on the nationwide wildfire threat later today. they will talk about a proposal by president obama that could change the way fighting wildfires is funded. that might increase funds foreign the efforts and make it easier. >> steve is talking about lightning strikes all around off the coast and stuff. okay. >> yes. 7:11. still ahead -- at the airport, new very serious problems with the tsa. coming up in 20 minutes, the new audit of tsa workers and how it links some of them to terrorism. the massive manhunt continues for two convicted murderers who escaped from the new york state prison. up next, the female worker investigators are focusing on who may have helped the men
break free. good morning. we're looking at 580 and slow traffic. that's because of an earlier truck that was on fire. there it is. part of it there. look at the cab. it's completely gone. this caused a huge traffic jam on 580. our skyfox is giving us live pictures. this is just the beginning. we'll show you how bad it is -- coming up. it will not be as hot inland. there will be big changes today. the nothing is increasing for the coast and bay and the remains of hurricane blanca already beginning to move in. we'll fine tune the forecast on this tuesday.
see how the two inmates may have escaped. investigators are questioning a female prison employee who tailored clothing at the prison. >> we're looking at the private contractors and some of the civilian employees to see if they were supplying the equipment that these people needed to do it because they obviously had to have assistance. >> sources say the female employee being questioned is a possible accomplice knows the inmates "very well." a $100,000 reward is being offered in the case. authorities say they have received more than 300 leads so far. there is a growing call for a white texas police officer to be fired after he was caught on camera kneeling on a 15-year- old african-american girl and pointing his gun at other teens. hundred rallied in mckibny last night -- mckinney last night. they believe the officer went
too far when he arrived at a pool party where several fights had been reported. demonstrators say the officer's actions were extreme and race definitely was a factor. the officer is currently on administrative leave. 7:15. former first lady barbara bush celebrating her 90th birthday. the bush family gathered yesterday at the family vacation home in maine. you can see mrs. bush right in the center. for her birthday party. it included the 41st and 43rd u.s. presidents as well as jeb bush. he was there hoping to be the 45th president. after the party, barbara bush hosted a gala promoting literacy which she was supported for years and years. well, if you use uber in south florida, you may end up with an nfl player as your driver. miami dolphins' tackle aj francis, he won't start to get his nfl paycheck until next month so he's moon lighting as
an uber driver. making $40, $50 an hour. he said it suits his personality. he enjoys meeting people. he videotapes his conversations with passengers and then posts them on his youtube channel. he says he won't have time to drive for uber much longer because training camp will be starting soon. >> that would be kind of a thrill. >> you know? hey. >> i would have a lot of questions to ask. let's check in with sal and it's interesting been talking about waiting for kind of the june light traffic to start. i know the school district in my area, they have school until this friday. maybe it will be next week. >> there will be a point, usually around june or july and maybe around the 4th of july is usually by then for sure, we start seeing people going on vacation and that's going to make it easier. today is not that day, though. let's take a look at 580. we had problems with a big rig that caught fire. i want to show it to you. the fire department is on the
scene with a flatbed truck but the cab is gone. no one was seriously injured. but that truck is on the shoulder. it's causing slow traffic. we can see the traffic on the altamont pass is going document pretty slow coming in and our skyfox is showing it to us. it's backed up all the way out to the tracy area and then some of that slow traffic that it was there behind that accident is now also behind schedule on the way into dublin. so quite a delay as you can see skyfox live showing it to us. if you drive this commute, please givee self extra time. let's go to other trouble spots. northbound 280, there was a crash blocking a couple of lanes, at least one of them and traffic is backed up deep into downtown san jose. i would recommend 101 or 85 slightly better than 280 at this point. at the bay bridge toll plaza, it is backed up. it's jammed. so definite lit no light traffic here. look at those clouds just as steve said, sunny for a little
bit but not even for that long. those clouds are beginning to come in. perfect transition to mr. steve paulson. a lot of those are low clouds. there will be a combination. the wind is picking up for some, especially around san francisco also into marin county. and parts of the bay. angela king having pretty brisk wind right now through tiburon and george mccray said wow, we had a gust of 27 miles per hour. chloe in clearlake, 65. clouds are starting to increase from blanca. tricky high temp today. that's the understatement of the day. 89 to 99. that's -- i would say probably split that. the higher clouds are associated with blanca and they are moving fast. so we'll have sun in the morning but we'll cloud it up very fast taking the turn. zoom past bakersfield on their way to fresno. another cell is kind of
clipping us around the eastern edge of that. 500 lightning strikes between 4:00 and 5:00 a.m. it's veering off into the pacific. however, the cloud cover is streaming north warkd and we'll start move over -- northward and we'll start to move over. as george mccray in el cerrito makes, that's true. high yesterday wasle 8. currently 54 with fog and a west-southwest wind at 9. now gusting to 27 miles an hour. coast and bay, the fog is starting to ramp up. we're starting to get the delta breeze, not kicking in quite yet. i think we'll see gusts to 25, 30. west at sfo, northwest, northwest, northwest, signed of things to come. combination of the two. high clouds with the rain in southern california. that's moving toward us and also the cloud cover will give us -- it's a tough call on these temperatures today. i went 80s and 90s. watch what happens. by 1:00, we start to cloud it up. we say that way through 5:00, 6:00. tonight, overnight, north bay some light rain begins to show
up. watch what happens. things just go kaboom overnight into tomorrow morning and then wrapping back around from off the sierra toward us tomorrow morning overnight into wednesday. i think things will get going here. it will be the clouds first, then the showers, possible thundershowers. it looks lake thundershowers tonight. more likely tomorrow. morning fog, the breeze picks up. inland it won't be as hot but it will be muggy. brutal forecast temps. 10-degree spread on some of the forecasted highs for inland areas. from low 80s, low 90s. 50s, 60s by the coast. the fog is making a pretty big push. cloud it up, possible rain, thunderstorms into wednesday. should be out of here by thursday. quick warmup. won't be bakersfield heat like we had yesterday on friday. then cooler as we go into the weekend. >> quite an adjustment after a cool month. >> yeah. i mean, across the board inland yesterday. >> yeah.
>> very unusual. >> all right. 7:21. a froing controversy -- a growing controversy over short- term housing rentals in san francisco. mum, pam cook -- coming up, pam cook will tell you what's at stake. we're learning more about a man accused of kidnapping a 3- year-old boy from the milpitas library. what we now know about his task. ♪ ♪ ♪
welcome back. 7:24. the man who is accused of kidnapping a 34-year-old boy at the milpitas library, he's due in court. we're learn morgue about him. court -- more about him. court documents show alfonzo ington has an arrest record. he was picked up for assault and battery. at that time, there was an arrest warrant out from hayward. milpitas police say they are still working to determine a motive for last week's alleged kidnapping. >> why was he in town and why did he go into the library? did he go there specifically to abduct a child or did he just happen through and it was of crime? we don't know the answers to all of those questions. >> ed hington was arrested after an alert bus driver spotted him. a new survey shows u.s.
hospitals charge patients three times more than the amount medicare is willing to pay. the study in health affairs journal says most states don't limit what hospitals can charge for the services. that makes it easy for hospitals to set what the journal calls excessive rape. some for profit hospitals criticize the study and says it does not take into dollars in charity care. 7:26. well, this afternoon, marin county residents can voice their opinions about potential medical marijuana dispensaries. a proposed ordinance would allow up to three dispenries an unincorporated areas of the county in three different zones in the north, south and western parts of the county. right now, there are none in the county. marin county supervisors will meet at 1:30 this afternoon. they will be at the civic center in san rafael for the first public discussion of this idea. 7:26. game three of the nba finals is
tonight. and even though the game is away, bay area fans are getting read why i to cheer on the dove -- ready to cheer on the dubs. up next, joe fonzi will be live from cleveland. there is an interesting story behind his journey to ohio. >> reporter: we're minutes away from the start of a tsa hearing on capitol hill where they will discuss the recent oversight in many different issues. good morning. we are looking at a bridge commute that's not that great. this is westbound 92. you can see traffic is going to be slow as you head out toward the peninsula. everything is changing fast. really fast getting reports of very strong winds around campbell, san jose and also around marin county over to el cerrito, the wind change is blowing big time. take a look at the satellite.
7:30. we're live at sfo talking with people about the latest bombshell report. this time an audit has found airport workers possibly linked to terrorism. paul chambers is at the airport. coming up in minutes, he will tell us about the security holds that may have been exposed in the tsa employment screening process. good morning. it's tuesday, june 9th. i'm tori campbell. >> it's a big story, too. good morning.
i'm dave clark. let's talk about weather, steve -- what's happening now? >> really going fast. getting reports of very windy conditions down towards campbell, parts of san jose. san jose airport and reedhill view say calm. i think it's isolated. it's happening there, also in san francisco, marin county and el cerrito. sausalito kevin says south wind gusting to 35 in sausalito right now with light drizzle weather. that's our anbelievation for weather -- abbreviation for weather. i can't keep up, it's happening so fast. here are the remains from blanca heading north. they are accelerating. we'll go sunny to cloudy for a while. already the coast that sea breeze has kicked in big time. this cell just missed us but i think the one tonight, tomorrow from the south will make it. stays offshore. 50s on the temps.
i've already dropped temperatures for the coast. not the delta breeze but i expect it tic ma it over san pablo way. it is howling now from sausalito to el cerrito. it's on its way. san jose, there is the calm. i keep looking to see if they update that but i know there's very strong gusts around campbell and parts of san jose. thank you for the information. l.a. getting rain. this is moving in our direction. we'll go cloudy here really fast. the temperatures are dependent on that cloud cover. some of these may not hit the 90s. it's going that quick. but it will be muggy, humid today. possible showers, thunderstorms later overnight into tomorrow. the fog, sun, clouds and windy. all in about 12 hours. this has deteriorated. some of these highs may not reach it due to the cloud cover. 50s 60s, 70s. things are changing. i mean, roaring breeze from the golden gate over towards golden gate fields. >> it will be interesting wx.
>> don't you have a traffic symbol? >> no, but wx is morse code for weather. the pilots all use it. i know it because i'm a scanner geek. but idy -- but idy grease. traffic will be slow at the toll plaza. we've beening -- we've been talking about in june and july you will see things get better. people will start to take their vacations. some school districts are nil in session. you -- are still in session. i want to mention that traffic is slow in san jose this morning. we had an accident northbound 280 at saratoga, north of highway 17. 280 is the no the business right now -- not the business right now. use 101. i would say 85 is the best if you are in the south valley but 101 is backed up solid from the
capitol expressway up to mountain view. the best thing you can do, put off your trip. i know that's not an option for a lot of people. finally, we have some earlier pictures from skyfox of westbound 580 coming up on this big rig fire that was at grant line road. the truck was on fire. it was completely destroyed. no one was seriously injured but the damage is done to the commute coming in from tracy over the hill and 580 is going to be pretty slow this morning as a result. that traffic transferred over to 580 in livermore and dublin. it's heavy on the way over to castro valley. 7:34. back to the desk. >> all right, sal. thank you. new very serious problems at the nation's airports for the transportation security administration. a disturbing new report shows dozens of people on the terror watch list. they were hired for airport jobs across the u.s. even though they went through tsa employment screening. paul chambers joining us live
at sfo. are people asking whether it's safe to fly? >> reporter: that's the question we did ask people. most people say they don't have any issues. they feel safe because there hadn't been any major issue for a while. as we speak, there is a hearing going on in capitol hill. the homeland security committee with the senate. they are asking the tsa about their recent problems they had and the ability to keep travelers safe. >> lack of information sharing inside the government is a lot of what led to 911 being possible. today we still have a lot of those problems. >> reporter: the federal agency failed to identify 73 airport workers who may be associated with terrorists according to an audit released yesterday. the report states the tsa does not have access to all terror watch lists information it needs to make proper judgment. the agency checked airline and airport applicants and workers against the department of homeland security watch list that reported ily isn't as
comprehessive as the government's database. the people in question were able to get clear tans giving them access to secure airports allowing them to work for major airports, airlines, vendors and other employers. this current issue is the latest problem from the tsa last week. report showed undercover agents had a 95% success rate of sneaking bombs and other things past security. very disturbing to federal leaders. >> have to do a better job. have to be more careful. fortunately, we've been lucky. they didn't let anybody through that was really dangerous. but it was a good test. >> reporter: the tsa says it will address the screening issues by the end of the year. and it's working to ensure it has access to all necessary terrorism watch lists. that hearing on capitol hill will go on for the next two and a half hours. we'll monitor it and bring you the latest. dave? >> thank you.
we'll talk to you later. the nba finals are shifting to cleveland tonight as the warriors try to bounce back from a disappointing overtime loss in game two. during the entire playoffs we've been seeing those strength in numbers t-shirts but today the warriors are sporting a new logo, joe fonzi is live in cleveland joining us now. good morning, how is it going there? >> reporter: good morning, tori. it's -- i don't know that the warriors have a new logo but we'll see a new logo today. serious contrast between this part of the world and the bay area. behind me is a pretty famous part of cleveland. this is the river that very infamously caught on fire in the 1960s and was one of the main things that spurred the environmental movement in this country. so this is a rust belt city very hungry for something positive to happen. this is an area that has not won a major sports championship
since the 1964 cleveland browns led by jim brown. since that time, the bay area has had 15 major sports championships. two by the raiders, four by the as, one by the warriors. three by the giants, and five by the 49ers. this is a part of the world that's very hungry for something positive to get excited about it. and the cavaliers are providing that. we've seen the yellow shirts strength in numbers at the oakland col low coliseum. we also saw a lot of gold shirts here today. what they are calling it here is all in. different logo, same color. expect to see that in the arena. we talked to folks about what a successful cavaliers team means to this part of the world. >> everyone is ecstatic. everyone in my office. everyone is wearing cavs jerseys. >> i think lebron james is the greatest. he keeps carrying them on. >> you took a big step. when we win the championship there's still games to win.
>> that's okay. >> i think we're all in. >> reporter: were you worried when you found out about kyrie and love is out? >> we were worried when we sakairy with the injury and thought oh, no. >> reporter: what would that mean for the city to win a championship? >> it would be incredible. i think the think that's hard, we've always been a good team. for us to be on top, that would be amazing. >> reporter: it's hard to invest your emotion. the folks here are maybe guardedly doing that. but lebron james gives them hope. he's the local guy who came home. we saw what he did in game 2 almost singlehandedly willing his team to a win. in about an hour tale talk -- hour we'll talk more.
joe fonzi, back to you guys. >> i heard you had an interesting trip out to ohio. can you tell us about that? >> reporter: yes, i can. we were scheduled to have a two- hour lay over in chicago and get here at a decent hour last night. there were heavy thunderstorms throughout the midwest yesterday and we kept -- that's one of those things where you look at the board, flight delayed one hour, flight delayed two hours. we ended up six hours and got in at 3:00. we've had some sleep but very little sleep. we are at the nba championships. if you are gonna complain about that. we're getting by on whatever sleep we needed and we're looking forward to the game tonight. >> hopefully a little bit of coffee. thank you, joe. it is 7:40 with the nba finals moving over to cleveland for two games, we wanted to take a difference in the similarities between oakland and cleveland. the population was at 406,000 in the 2013 census.
cleveland's was at 390,000. oakland has lake merritt which is the nation's largest body of saltwater within city limits. i didn't know that. cleveland is located on lake erie, you one of the -- one of the five great lakes. oakland has thele oakland -- has the oakland museum of california and the that bespace and see -- and the chabot space and science center. the city's orchestra is also one of the highly acclaimed city orchestras. boekd and cleveland are three -- oakland and cleveland are three-sport cities. they have gone a long time without a title. cleveland has waited 51 years. i city won its last title in 1964 when the browns won the
nfl championship, dave. that was two years before the first super bowl was held. >> wow. good fans. >> all right. 7:41. happening today, santa clara county supervisors could vote on a plan to get really tough on people who set off or even have illegal fireworks. janine de la vega joining us live now in san jose. you've been talking to pipe about this idea -- to people about this idea as we get closer to the 4th of july. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. so far, i haven't found somebody who has admitted to setting off illegal fire works. we're told that that last year, at least four people were injured by illegal fireworks. those county officials are looking to hold a property -- the property owners responsible for discharging them. under the new rules that are being proposed property owners who are unaware or not present when they are being discharged would be sent a warning letter. but those who are aware could
be fined $350 for the first violation $700 for the second and $1,000 for the third violation. this ordinance applies to unincorporated parts of santa clara county. so that's under the territory of the sheriff's office and the county fire. they would respond and enforce this when they get a complaint call. we asked residents what their thoughts were. >> i absolutely support it. we're in a drought. the thing is everything is so much drier one spark, it won't just affect your house. it will set your neighbor's house on fire. other times of property damage, injuries. it's not something people should be playing with. >> reporter: supervisors will vote on the new ordinance whether there are enough firefighters and deputies to enforce it. that's another issue. but the board president hopes it acts as a deterrent and makes feel think twice before setting them off. they would rather have people go and watch the public fireworks displays and dave, there is a big one being held
this year for the 4th of july, it's sponsored by the rotary club. there are -- they are hoping it attracts a lot of people but maybe people will go to that. >> thank you. 7:-- mum on 744. a -- coming up on 7:44. a louisiana inmate ordered to be set free after spending more than 40 years in solitary confinement. the reason a judge decided to overturn a second murder conviction against the man prosecutors say killed a prison guard. a showdown in san francisco today between supporters and opponents of businesses like air bnb. the crucial vote expected to happen today that could tighten regular lakes on -- regulations on vacation home rentals.
vacation rentals are a hot topic in many cities, especially where rents are high like in san francisco. housing advocates have been protesting but they are not the only game in town the we did a quick check of the other sites including freeway key and home way and there are at least 3,000 homes or apartments listed as vacation rentals in the city right now. >> 23% of our rentals are off the market being rented to tourists rather than the tenants who so need them in the housing crisis right now.
>> reporter: air bnb released a report saying they've not had a material impact on housing availability in san francisco. also a group of people who share their homes on the rental market say it's the only way that they can afford to live in san francisco. now, san francisco mayor ed lee supports a plan that would limit the number of days that a homeowner can rent out their place to 120 days. but we'll have more on what the board of supervisors will consider today in its vote and the income for the city that could also be involved in this debate. that will be more information in our next hour of "mornings on 2." >> some friends of mine were thinking about renting their place out for the super bowl week. they would be allowed to do that? >> yes. they are trying to discourage people who don't live in the place at all. it will be interesting to see how they will enforce that. >> thank you, pam. 7:48.
let's go over to sal. >> bay bridge is backed up for 15, 20 minutes before you make it on the span. it is getting a little bit better than it was a little while ago. you can see the traffic is going to be busy still on some. other commutes. for example, let's go to the highway 4 commute. we've had some slow traffic here. 680 is backed up from concord to walnut creek. a lot of people going to the south bay. 101, 280 and 85 are very slow
this morning. in fact, let's go to steve now. the weather has been also very interesting. i have to el you, right over san pablo bray, they are getting gusts at 30 miles an hour. out of nowhere. this just cranked up. went from sausalito, tiburon and now is going over crockett and even in campbell, getting a lot of reports that the wind is howling. other reports nearby are calm. wind just kicked up in pinole. bye-bye, sun. no kidding. no kidding. this is from antonio, the wind is howling. 37 miles per hour in dc with cloudy skies and 53 degrees. so we have the fog. we have the sea breeze and now here come the tropical cloud. remains of what was once hurricane blanca. one cell just missed us. already the clouds on the eastern edge are beginning to move in. it came right parallel to the
coast. upper 60s, getting reports now -- a cool breeze kicking in in san ramon. honestly, all bets are off on the forecasted highs. i just dropped them. i never do that. never do that before 9:00. today i did because things are changing fast. i think fairfield will be about 30. i really do because benicia and crockett, if it's about 35 miles an hour with white caps, that tell me it's only a matter of moments before it makes it to travis. napa 17. that's a cool direction. we get the sea breeze, the low clouds. high and mid-level clouds. we need a little lift in the atmosphere. i think we will get that late tonight and tomorrow. fog, sun, not for long. cloud, windy for some. maybe a little muggy inland. but showers, thundershowers popping up. 80s through the interior. 50s, 60s, 70s. brutal forecast on the high
temps. 4:00 to 5:00, you would think it would be another 90-degree day. everything is changing fast. 40 miles an hour out of the gust. >> that's huge. just to kind of catch everyone offguard. >> vallejo was 102 yesterday. probably be lucky to hit 72 today. >> that's a huge trop. >> thank you, steve. the wind is increasing the risk of fires. we'll have an update on developing news out of los angeles where a huge fire is burning right now. and later, we'll tell you about which parts of the country other than drought-stricken california face a big risk of wildfires this summer. and what the federal government is doing to prepare. and the high court weighing in an 0 legal fight over weapons. what the supreme court said about two san francisco gun
developing news out of los angeles where you can see a hume fire burning right now. this is happening at a business in the south los angeles area. we just learned it started with a tractor-trailer that caught fire and spread. we'll continue to follow this story and bring you more details as soon as they become available. the supreme court rejetted a challenge from the nra over two san francisco gun laws.
one gun laws requires keeping weapons inside a gun locker at home or put trigger locks on them. the other law bans the point of hollow bullets that expand on impact. they cause more damage to whatever they hit. san francisco's law said the bullets have no sporting purpose. but advocates have argued both of the measures infringe on constitutional rights. california teachers' pension fund no longer has any invest in remington outdoor. that company made an assault weapon used in the shooting at sandy hook elementary in connecticut three years ago. in that shooting, 20 children and seven adults died. the pension fund is the second largest in the world. all right. several suspicious car fires at a dealership in novatole we're live with a -- novato. we're live with a look at the damage and what witnesses says they heard just before seeing the flames.
plus, san francisco-based wells fargo bank is facing a boycott over one of its tv ads. we'll tell you why a well-known evangelist is taking issue with this spot and how the bank is responding to the criticism. several drives are still very slow. some crowded conditions on 24 here at la fayette. we'll tell you all about it -- coming up. roaring sea breeze for some. low clouds for others and already high clouds coming up from the south equals big changes today. we'll have an update on the forecast.
>> reporter: we're live in novato where investigators are trying 0 to figure out -- trying to figure out who set fire to cars at a dealership lot. we spoke to the manager. also in just a couple of minutes, a religious backlash against wells fargo over a new national commercial featuring a same-sex couple. the warriors and their fans gearing up for game 3 of the nba finals. we're live with a buildup to tonight's tie-breaker. and welcome back to "mornings on 2." it's tuesday, june 9th. i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. want to check weather and traffic and steve's been telling us that suddenly, it's gotten really windy. >> very windy for some. it's changing. >> yeah. >> changing fast. i will tell you, usually june is quiet. that's not the case here. we had a blasting heat wave yesterday. east bay tree.
east bay ktvu tree. you can see the fog on the hill. the wind picking up. even out to the east pay we're getting reports. here's craig williams out in san ramon. wow. suddenly windy and cool in san ramon after a warm and still night. i'll say. and katherine says a nice breeze picking up in concord. if concord is getting a breeze and it's nice, that tells you it will be cooler. the moisture streaming up from blanca continues to come here and it's beginning to move up. the system that just missed parallel to the coast also sending in higher clouds. it's the sea breeze that's cranked up big time. i expect the temperatures to go down in the next hour. still waiting for that 25 to 30 at travis. there it is at napa. 24 gusting over 30. finally san jose showing a little breeze. i hear it's been howling toward campbell. the breeze is beginning to crank up over san pablo bay
getting gusts to 30 miles an hour. we'll go cloudy and possibility of rain. cooler, much cooler. good 25-degree drop for some. morning fog. some sun for a while. downright windy for some. maybe not as hot. could be muggy well inland. by the coast and bay it will be significantly cooler. temperatures are almost impossible to forecast here with so much cloud cover. a lot going on here in a very short period of time. >> we have a lot of slow traffic still, steve. good morning. right now we're looking at the bay bridge toll plaza because it continues to be slow. there has been some improvement but i always look at the ramp from 880 westbound 80. it's very crowded. that means a slowdown is likely to continue at least for the next 30, 40 minutes as that clears out. at the san mateo bridge, we also had some earlier slow traffic. it seems to be moving better. dumbarton bridge traffic is slow. we had a stalled vehicle on that span. 237 is getting into the action with slowing into the valley.
i do want to mention that 101 and 280 and 85 are all very slow. we had an earlier accident 280 at saratoga. 880 is no picnic. it's backed up from 238. just because we haven't had a lot of major accidents, people think we are forgetting about the commute, but no, it's slow all the way down to stevenson. stop-and-go traffic. back to the desk. an investigation is underway in novato after several cars were set on fire overnight. tara moriarty is live at the chevy dealership off redwood bld with more on why -- boulevard with more on why firefighters are calling it suspicious. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we were able to speak to people who work here at this chevrolet. they are in disbelief that this particular dealership was targeted. they say it's such a safe area. you can see that the cars were badly damaged. this one -- the heat got so intense from the fire that the tires were melted off the car.
neighbors heard explosions and saw flames around 11:30. they called 911. when crews arrived, two chevies were fully engulfed and two more were catching fire. arson investigators were towed in. they towed away one of the cars. we asked one of the managers if he ever thought an arsonist would target the car lot. >> here, no. in a bad neighborhood, no. this is a good neighborhood. normally nothing happens in novato. what a waste. damage four cars for what? if you steal it, you have gained something. burning it, nobody gains. >> reporter: all four cars were the hybrid volts worth $40,000. $1 of 0,000 worth of damage. arson investigators will have to piece together who was responsible for setting them on fire. live from novato, back to you. >> thank you can we talk
basketball? the nab finals resuming -- nba finals resuming tonight. warriors trying to bounce back from that disappointing loss in game 2. series tied at 1-1 heading into tonight's game 3. the warriors agree sunday's loss was due to poor shooting. they plan to pick up the pace tonight. despite sunday's loss, warriors' fans are read yid to cheer on the team. a lot of bay area businesses showing pride. we're at fenton 'ice cream shop in ice ceil. they have a special treat. this is the golden state sun da d.a. with -- sun d.a. with sponge cake, two scoops of ice cream, hot caramel, whipped cream, cherries and sprinkles. they call it a cure for the loss. >> there will be a dog fight all the way. i pick the warriors but it won't be easy. >> i think he's right. warriors' pride also on display at this car dealership. decked out in warriors' colors. the pride continues inside with
a yellow car. joe fon joe fonzi is in cleveland. he will have a report at 8:30. happening da, san francisco's board of supervisors is schedule to vote on whether to require health warnings on suge yarry drinks. the ordinance would rewarnings on -- sugary drinks. the ordinance would require warnings. it would not allow city money to be used if buying the drinks. if approved, the rules go into effect next year. this would help educate people about a health risk, they say. san jose firefighters will soon get a pay raise under a tentative new deal with the city. the three-year contract includes an almost 15% pay raise. if approved, it would be the first pay raise for the firefighters' union in seven years. firefighters are expected to vote on the tentative deal later this month.
8:0 of. well, san francisco-based wells fargo facing a religious backlash over one of its dmergsals that feature a same- sex couple. alex savidge joining us live now to explain who is taking issue with this commercial. >> good morning. the son of named evangelist billy graham is calling for a boycott of wells fargo and is promising to stop doing business with the bank. he's voicing opposition to this tv ad. ♪ >> it's a moving spot here. it shows two women learning sign language, a lesbian couple going to adopt a daughter. this ad was one of six commercials in a national campaign launched back in april to showcase the bank's diversity of clients. now, gay trites groups here in the -- rights groups here in the bay area are applauding wells fargo for taking a stand. >> i think the tide has turned,
not only here in san francisco but everywhere in the unyou see everybody understanding that lgbt people live everywhere that we deserve the same dignity and respect. >> however, franklin graham responded to this ad with a took page -- facebook post that says "how can we fight the tide of moral decay? "he also says the billy graham evangelistic association is moving their accounts to another bank. he's calling for a boycott hoping they will stop doing business with those who promote sin, in his words. we reached out last night. he was unavailable for comment. wells fargo said it's committed to diversity, inclusion and dave, wells fargo is going to run that ad and the others in the city. >> i know you are asking people to make comments on our facebook page.
>> looking for input. >> talk to you later. >> sure. we now know which parts of the nation are most at risk for wildfires this summer. it may be no surprise that california is at the top of the list. the national interagency fire center says a wet spring reduced fire risk in most states but because of our current drought, fire danger in california is well above normal. hawaii, alaska and parts of the southwest are also at above normal risk. federal officials will have more on the nationwide wildfire threat later today. they are also gonna talk about a proposal by president obama that could change the way fighting wildfires is funded. that may make it easier to find funds because they are certainly not cheap. 8:09. still ahead -- another blow to the tsa. >> we're not as safe as what the public is being head to believe. >> coming up, a very serious security flaw linked to the agency. a massive manhunt for two
convicted murderers who escaped from a new york state prison. up next, the reason a prison tailor is the focus of this intense investigation. quite heavy in many areas in the east bay, especially. but also in the south bay as we look at northbound 280 getting up to highway 17. it's crawling along into the valley. unless you are far enough inland from any sea breeze, you probably have very warm conditions. cloud are on the increase from the south and a roaring sea breeze has kicked in for many. we'll have an update on your tuesday forecast. ] it's easy to buy insurance and forget about it. but the more you learn about your coverage, the more gaps you may find. [burke] like how you thought you were covered for this... [man] it's a profound statement. [burke] but you're not even covered for this... [man] it's a profound statement. [burke] or how you may be covered for this... [burke] but not for something like this... [burke] talk to farmers and see what gaps could be hiding in your coverage. [sfx: yeti noise]
there is still a heavy police presence in the northeast corner of new york this morning as police continue to search for two escaped killers who broke out of a prison there four days ago. police are checking vehicles at several checkpoints near the canadian border. andrew cuomo went to the prison yesterday to see how the two inmates likely escaped. investigators are questioning a female prison employee who tailored clothing at the prison. >> we're looking at the private contractors and some of the civilian employees to see if they were the supplying the equipment that these people needed to do it because they obviously had to have assistance. >> sources say the female employee being questioned is a possible accomplice knows the
inmates "very well." $100,000 reward sebeing offered -- is being offered. authorities have received more than 300 leads so far. there is a growing call for a white texas police officer to be fired after he was caught on camera kneeling on a 15-year- old african-american girl and pointing his gun at other teenagers. now, hundreds of people lal littled last -- rallied in mckinney. they believe the officer went too far on friday when he arrived at a pool party where several fifes had been -- fights had been reported. demonstrators say the officer's actions were extreme. they also claim race was a factor. the officer is on administrative leave. the last man known in the angola three is days away from walking out of a louisiana prison after 43 years a federal
judge has released the release of him. he was convicted of killing a prison guard in 1992 while serving a sentence for armed robbery. the judge said woodfox, who is now 68 years old, received ineffective counsel. the judge also noted that the cheat stated at the trial to get a conviction. woodfox has always said he was innocent and imly -- implicated in the murder because he helped organize the black panther party. dennis hastert is scheduled to appear in court in chicago for the first time since he was indiented for allegedly agreeing to pay $300 million in hush money. he will enter a charge that he broke banking laws and lied to the fbi. it indictment does not say what
he was trying to keep secret. but according to the new york times, he was paying a former student hundred of thousands of dollars not to say publicly that hastert had sexually abused him decades ago. the bird flu epidemic has led to the usda to approve the import of eggs from the netherlands until now canada was the only for country allowed to send eggs into the u.s. but the bird flu has caused an increasing egg shortage. the disease has infected about $47 million birds in the u.s. including hens that procause 80% of the -- produce 80% of the eggs. so far the bird flu has openly been defected in two poultry farms here in california. >> all right. 8:16. let's check in with sal, see how things are going. 880? >> it's slow now. >> yeah. >> heading up to downtown oakland. the 8:00 rush is here for this freeway. it's getting a little better.
it was slower a few moments ago. you can tell if you are driving up north, it will be slow up high street and stays that way until 29th. if you have a luxury -- the luxury of waiting around, it could be better. same thing with the bay bridge. it's getting better. it's getting better slowly. you still have a lot of traffic coming in on 880. there is more of an empty not at the toll plaza. on the peninsula, southbound 280 is slow down to san bruno 380. we go across the bay, 880 is slow as you drive down toward the south bay and everywhere on the south bay slow there as well. 8:17. let's go to the forecast with steve. >> very windy around campbell. had a lot of reports of 30 miles plus an hour. 40 in san francisco. i know around twin peaks and depp castro. we have reports at inverness bridge of just howling over san pablo and benicia and crockett. a gust of 35, 40 miles an hour.
believe me at 5:00 a.m., there wasn't a puff of a breeze. nothing. nothing. the tropical clouds from braun cau continue to move north. very heavy-duty thunderstorm lightning was associated with parts of this. it stayed offshore. this cloud cover continues to race north warld and will be here soon -- northward and will be here soon. it's heading into the san benito county, probably getting close to gilroy, morgan hill. this had 500 lightning strikes from 4:00 to 5:00 a.m. it peeled off and went parallel to the coast and took off, went out to sea. but it's close enough that it's sending in cloud cover. temperatures are trying to warm up quick. travis, if they don't get a 30- mile-an-hour gust here soon, i would be stunned. very howling breeze. there it is. finally. there it is. west at 23. i knew it was on its way. napa airport, 4. gusts to almost 30 miles an hour. oakland, 1. gusting northwest
at 17. 23 at santa rosa. san jose is only seeing 7. gusts around 32 around campbell. northwest livermore, northwest hayward, northwest sfo. they are ramping up with the higher clouds associated with blanca coming up from baja. we're about to ready to go from sun -- from some sun to cloudy. morning fog, sun. some area also drop 25 degrees here on the high terps. showers, thunderstorms. more likely we get the clouds first. i would think later tonight into tomorrow. one of the most challenging high temperature forecasts i've seen in a long time. about a 10-degree spread on some. these. i've dropped some of these. the fog ramping up big time, 50s, 60s, coast, much, much cooler for many. even a little mist and drizzle out toward sausalito, roaring breeze around to san pablo bay.
possible showers into wednesday. kind of levels off thursday. little warmup friday. after that, i think we go much cooler next week. >> oh, really? >> i know your hands are full. travel concerns? >> out of sfo or oakland? >> yeah. >> i don't think so. maybe the fog but that would be it but for sfo. >> thank you, steve. 8:20. a showdown in san francisco between supporters and opponents of air bnb style rentals. in 24 minutes, the crucial vote expected to happen today that could tighten regulations on vacation home rentals. and a fast-food robbery prevented by a customer. what he did before the police got there. there's a place online where you always get more than you pay for. tjmaxx.com brands you love, at prices that work for you... anytime. maxx life! shop tjmaxx.com
theman accused of kidnapping a 3-year-old boy at the milpitas library is due in court. alfonzo edington has an arrest work. he was picked up -- record. he was picked up for assault and battery. at that time there was an arrest warrant out for hayward. police are still working to determine a motive for last week's alleged kidnapping. >> why was he in town and why did he go into the library? it he go there specifically to abduct a child or did he just happen through and it was a crime of opportunity? we don't know the answers to all of those questions. >> he was arrested after an alert bus driver spotted the boy with him on a bus.
he's being held on $00,000 bail. 8:23. a customer at a subway restaurant in concord being praised for helping to prevent a robbery. police say the customer at the store on solano way heard the suspect demanding money and actually tried to detain the man. police arrived right after the customer struggled with that suspect. the police arrested him as he came out of the store. they say he was armed with a screw driver. they also say that customer was scraped up a little bit but otherwise was okay. marin county residents can voice their opinions this afternoon about possible medical marijuana dispensaries. a proposed ordinance would allow up to three dispensaries to open in the county in three different zones. in the north, the south and western parts of the county. now, the marin ij is reporting the sheriff's department and some police agencies they are off posing this plan. marin county supervisors will meet at 1:30 this afternoon. they will be at the civic
center in san rafael for the first public discussion of this idea. 8:4. still ahead, cracking down on potential water wasters. after the break, how one northern california water agency is encouraging people, use technology. snitch on your neighbors. >> reporter: at this hour, members of the tsa are on capitol hill discussing recent findings about the ability to keep travelers safe. we're still looking at some slow traffic in many areas and right now, 280 is improving but it's still very slow getting up to highway 17. from calm to william and hot, cool, windy, cold. some of that fog rolling in and the higher cloud getting closer from the remains of plaun cau. we'll have an update on your tuesday -- blaurn cau. we'll have an up-- blanca. we'll have an update on your tuesday forecast. grass fed? mhmm. i'm super into health. bottled tap water? well all bottled water is the same right?
welcome back. we're live at sfo. we're talking to people about the latest bombshell report about the tsa. this time an audit has found airport workers possibly linked to terrorism. paul chambers has been out there all morning. coming up in minutes, he will tell us about the security holes exposed in the tsa job screening process that are now exposed. stay tuned. welcome back. tuesday june 9th. i'm dave clark. let's talk about weather and traffic but the weather steve changing. >> depending upon where you are. foggy and cold or windy. some areas are still on the warm side. but it's all changing wheel when the wind is picking up. combination of low clouds, high
clouds. those higher clouds associated with what once was hurricane blanca. thunderstorm when it went through baja. this is from raquel. she's in the mission. she's one of the good ones on twitter. things really cooling off. temps around 55. the wind has picked up to 10, 12. there were gusts 35 to 45 in the castro and some other areas. i know it's cold on mount davidson. kathy, glorious fog rolling in with a nice, cool breeze up here in napa. relief after the heat yesterday. i'll say. i saw 99 to 104 in napa yesterday. here are the tropical clouds. they are niching closer. we'll go from partly sunny to cloudy. the rain looks like it will hold off. maybe some later this afternoon and evening. this cell just missed us. i mean there were over 400 lightning strikes associated with that around 4:00, 5:00. it's peeling off heading off into the pacific. we're on the eastern edge of that. some of that will start to move
in. 72 at fairfield. guess what. west at 23. i think they will go up to 30, 35. gusts to 30 at napa airport. northwest oakland. due south santa rosa, that's a cool direction this time of year most, northwest, northwest. campbell has been rearing with the breeze. had gusts to 30. santa clara very breezy as well. cloud cover rolls in. morning fog. coast and bay. some sun and then the cloud come in. it could be muggy, humid. it will be noticeably cooler. i will mention showers and thunderstorms. 80s for some through the interior. 50s, 60s by the water. you know, sal, i know things change fast. i don't remember changing between 5:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. that fast. it's been a lightning time. >> it's been changing. i've been noticing that, too. the traffic has been getting slower unfortunately. so there is a change there. this is a look at the road sensors firing up red. we've had a lot of slow traffic
as you drive on 101. 280 had -- had earlier problems. grantline, still a lane blocked but a lot of that slow traffic is in livermore and 80 is slow from about the hercules -- not quite hercules but from the hilltop drive area and 580 westbound toward the richmond bridge has been superslow. let's go to live pictures of the san mateo bridge. we have some congestion here just past the toll plaza. live wise for the dumbarton bridge. likewise at the dumbarton bridge. at the bay bridge toll plaza, it's backed up for 15, 20 minutes before you get on the span. back to the desk. new serious problems with the tsa a very disturbing new report raising questions about safety at america's airports. the report shows dozens of people were hired for airport jobs even though they are on the terror watch list. those people went through the
tsa's employment screening. paul chambers joining us live at sfo so what do you hear from people? what are they saying? >> reporter: most people feel safe on my twitter, at least they were telling me that. not because of the tsa. we're one hour into the hearing going on on capitol hill where the tsa members are talking about how they keep travelers safe. >> i think it's worth being concerned about just because there is -- there's safety issues and personal, like, you know, privacy issues. >> reporter: the federal agency failed to identify 73 airport workers who may be associated with terrorism. according to a 30-plus page audit release. the tsas to not have access to all terror watch lists information it need to make proper just. the agency checks airline and airport applicants and workers against the d of homeland security watch list that
reportedly isn't as comprehensive as the database. >> the lack of sharing information inside the government is a lot of what led to 9/11 being possible. today we still have a lot of those problems. >> thank god they were own our own team going through and not terrorists. this is alarming. >> reporter: now, the tsa says it will address the screening issues by the end of the year. it's working to ensure it has all necessary to terror watch list information. the course, tsa had issued with letting people get fake bombs through. the senators said this hadn't been a major issue and we haven't had any major terror attacks at this time. dave? >> thank you. using technology to crack down on possible water wasters, one bay area water agency is encouraging people to snitch on people using your smartphone. the placer county agency is trying to spread the word about
the smartphone app t lets people report neighbors violating drought receipt strikses. users take a picture of the violation -- restrictions. users take a ticket of the vie hation and tent it -- violations and sends it to the water paroles. the person responsible could face a $500 fine. even though the agency says they are only giving warnings so far. people in placer county have mixed reactions to turning neighbors in. >> i see the same people gutter flooding every day and so i decided i was gonna give the app a try. >> i won't. i like my neighbors too much. they would have to commit a felony before i said anything. >> so far only about 100 people have downloaded the app. the water agency paid $0,000 to create it -- paid $0,000 to create it -- $10,000 to create it. ed lee will not approve funding for body cameras for
the san francisco's main jail. this comes after an investigation revealed that jail guard pitted inmates against each other in staged fights. according to the examiner, sheriff loss mirkarimi says -- ross mirkarimi says not funding diverts safety accountability and transparency. the mayor's office says the sheriff's budget increased by about $11 million which includes funds for security cameras in the jail. 8:35. now to the nba finals. game 3 is tonight in cleveland with the cavaliers and warriors all tied up at 1 game apiece. joe fonzi is live in cleveland with more on the anticipation building up to tonight's game. good morning, joe. >> reporter: good morning, tori. you know, it's about a lot more than this but this series has been billed as a matchup of two of the league's biggest stars. lebron james, the established
star and steph curry, the up and coming star. but if you look behind me, this kind of gives you an idea of what means to the world. the giant mural, it doesn't say james on the back. it says cleveland. this is a guy who is from here who decided to come back home after that stay in miami when he was a free agent. he regained the hearts of the people here. all you have to do is walk around the streets and you see all. gold jerseys. you look closer and they are all james's jerseys. it's an easy reason to see why. if you look at what he's done when he's on the court. i don't remember a guy who every single possession seems to run through him one way or the another. either he's trying to score he is distributing. there are other guys on the court that they fined. he is the guy that makes cleveland's offense run. he's the guy that is very much appreciated by the fans here in comreev land -- cleveland.
>> here is born and raised here. >> you weren't worried at all when irving went down, love went down? >> no. lebron james. that's all we need. >> he's a monster. great defense. nothing you can ask for. >> what's gonna happen? >> we're gonna go out there and kick their butts. [laughter] >> adversity calls some men to break. other men to break record. >> reporter: that's pretty profound. he's here's what's gonna happen -- here's what's gonna happen tonight -- i don't see any reason why the game won't be close. if you are a warrior fan and say if steph curry has a farm normal game, not the subpar gail on sunday, the warriors will be just nine. we can talk about if. get to tonight see how it turns out. mark i -- mark will be here
later tonight. back to you in the bay area. >> we'll be talking about the results of the game tomorrow. thank you, joe. 8:37. now that home court advantage has shifted to the cavaliers. they've done very well in their home court. it's important for warriors fans to know a think or two about their opponents. scott reese put fans to the test. >> reporter: warriors fans did pretty well with their knowledge of the dwriz zpis and the rocket -- grizzlies and the rockets. when was the last time, the cavaliers bon a title -- won a title? >> 1973. >> 1964? >> never. >> that's correct. >> reporter: the cavs have a guy named smith and jones on their roster. how many smiths and jones are there total in the nba? >> wow.
>> probably about 50. >> 48. >> 1 1. >> reporter: think there are 111 guys named smith and jones in the nba. >> very common last name. >> 14. >> reporter: that's the closest we've gotten so far. the answer is 10. >> 10. 10. i said 10. >> reporter: how many shumperts are there in the nba? >> one. >> reporter: theacket. name the only u.s. president to serve two terms in office separated by another president. >> ronald reagan. >> bush. >> abe lincoln. >> cleveland. >> reporter: that's correct. name the dance club located inside the miami marlins baseball stadium. >> they are called the dancing marlins. >> no [bleep] clue. >> the cavaliers, the cleveland
cavaliers. oh, the clevelanders. >> reporter: what kind of animal is this -- >> a stupid one. >> a lizzer -- loser. >> fox. >> bear. >> a dog. >> has to be a dog. >> reporter: got it. you are the first guy that recognized moon dog. what did we learn? well, i guess every dog has its day, even if that dog kind of resem billions a bear -- resembles a bear. hopefully we learn one more thing about the cavs, they weren't quite good enough to beat the warriors. >> i learned a lot of stuff there. >> very interesting. >> yes. with the finals moving to cleveland for two games, we wanted to take a closer look at the differences and the similarities between oakland and cleveland. oakland's population was 406,000 in the 2013 census. in cleveland, it was 3 the
0,000. oakland has -- 300,000. oakland has lake merritt, the biggest body of saltwater within a city limits. cleveland sits on lake erie. as far as the art, oakland has the oakland museum of california and the chabot space and science center. cleveland has the rock n' roll hall of fame and the cleveland museum of art. the stip's orchestra is one of the most -- city's orchestra is one of the highest acclaimed city orchestras. they are both three-sport cities. i. but they have have gone a long time without a championship. oakland won its last title 26 years ago. the as beat the giants in the 1989 world series but cleveland has waited 51 years. the city won its last title in 1964 when the browns won the nfl championship. that was two years before the first super bowl was held.
>> it was the nfl championship before they came up with any super bowl. >> yes. >> we've got the 50th super bowl coming up at levi stadium next year. well, don't mess with mama. you know that. after the break a painful way a reporter covering the news in australia became the news around the world. >> reporter: new rules may be passed to deter people from setting off illegal fireworks. we'll tell you about the stiffer penalties. we're look looking at a -- looking at a commute where traffic is gonna be busy on westbound 92 heading up to the high rise almost everywhere you look is slow. we'll run it down for you coming up. it was smokin' hot yesterday for many. mother nature is dealing us a backhand. knock and tropical clouds. we'll have a cooler forecast.
the debate over vary caution rentals in san francisco is really heating u pam cook is in the studio with the important vote taking place today. >> the san francisco supervisors scheduled to vote on competing proposals over short-term housing rentals. housing advocates have been protesting outside of air bnb
headquarters arguing that short- term rentals take much needed housing off the rental market for people who live here full time. they are not the only game in town. we did a quick sets of vrbo, flip key and home away. there are00 homes and apartments listed as rentals in the city right now. >> 23% of our rental units are off the market. >> mayor ed lee is backing a plan to limit the days to 120 days a year for renting it out. campos says he wants it to be 60 days a year and pay a fee similar to a hotel tax. now, also expected at the meeting today, the other side of the argument, a gup representing the property
poners says sharing their homes on the rental market is the only way that they can afford to live in the city. but depending upon how the vote goes today, this could end up before voters on the ballot in november. >> it will be interesting to see what that outcome will be. thank you, pam. 8:46. happening today, santa clara county supervisors may track down even harder on the illegal fireworks. janine de la vega, you are in san jose. and you say property owners who know about illegal fireworks being set off on their property, there may be hit with heavy fines -- they may be hit with heavy fines. >> reporter: that's right. right now, the only place where safe and sane fireworks are legal in santa clara county is gill troy. i've been down there in the past year at the fireworks stand and i have seen people from san jose, milpitas, campbell, you name it. they are down there buying them and then bringing them back here and then setting them off. but the president of the board of supervisors here in santa
clara county. he's hoping these new proposed rules will help deter people from doing that. now, the board of supervisors is scheduled to vote today whether to adoptant ordinance that penalizes people who store ardischarge -- or discharge fireworks in the unincorporated part of the county. they would be sent a warning letter. those who are home, the responsible parties that could be the homeowners, tenants or guests could be fined $315 for the first violation $700 for the second and $1,000 for the third. we spoke with a resident who told us she often hears them in her neighborhood. so she supports the proposal. >> especially in the middle of the night and you are trying to sleep and you hear what you think are gunshots. it's actually fireworks. can you imagine waking up in the morning and finding your house on fire? it's dangerous. >> reporter: recent lit the u.s. fire administration
determined that children under 15 years old suffered 45% of all injuries from fireworks. and last year, in santa clara county, there were at least four people who were hurt from them. the county has contributed $70,000 to the rotary club which is sponsoring a big display for the 4th of july. they are encouraging people to enjoy them safely from a distance. and dave, i wanted to mention something i've heard from several people they say that because of the trout, they are also worried about really the fire danger because so much vegetation around here is dry. so they are like it's not a good idea. the majority of the people i spoke to supported this. janine de la vega, thank you. 8:had the. things got -- 8:49. things got tense in australia. following a court hearing, the reporter was trailing a woman who was the friend of a murder suspect. she was pushing her child when the woman blew smoke in the
reporterrary face. moments later, she put a lit cigarette in the reportary face -- reporter's face. the reporter was burned but is doing okay. the woman was charged with being a public nuisance. let's check in with sal, get you to where you need to go. sal? >> well, that woman is an idiot. let's take a look at -- this is pretty simple there -- let's take a look at highway 24 from the la fayette area. you can see the traffic is going to be busy as you drive up to the caldecott tunnel there. no major problems as you come up to the bay bridge toll plaza let's go to the bay bridge toll plaza. that's about a 15, 20-minute delay. it has improved a little bit. as you come into the city. southbound 880, this commute has been terrible and we haven't had any accidents to blame. i'm shot sure -- i'm not sure what's going on. well, a lot of people are going to work. it's been slow. this time it's slow all the way
to milpitas and 237 is sold- out. bad news for you about the valley here. all of it is very slow. let's go to steve. you are making me laugh. we do have a big change here already brewing from 4:00, 5:00 in the morning. there was some fog and then the breeze kicked in. the fog is lifting. it's making a push. now it's out to the delta toward campbell and santa clara. fog is here. this is from andy. he says a light breeze, still calm but a light breeze has started in the east foothills of san jose. santa clara and campbell had gusts roaring. this is from one of my favorites. her name is kara. she's known as chock kit chip junkie -- chocolate chip junkie. i hope today is better. i have news for you, it will be much better. maybe 25-degree trop.
here come the clouds from blanca. any sun we have won't last long. this part of the cell just missed us. there were numerous lightning strikes. cloud to water, cloud to cloud. they didn't make it. 60s, 70s. any time travis has a wind gusting to 23, i expect 30 next hour. already 30 napa airport. temperatures inland will cool down today as much as 15, 20 degrees compared to more than that. cloud cover around the combination of the sea breeze equals a big dprop in the temperatures. maybe rain later this afternoon. more likely tonight overnight into tomorrow. well inland, it will not be as hot but it might be on the muggy side. it's downright cold. some sun, but clouds continue to make their way in. 50s, 60s, 70s, coast and bay. that fog is going to make for a cold pattern. cloud it up later on. we get the tropical cloud. maybe some thunderstorms later into wednesday. it look likes things calm down on thursday. next week is looking cooler.
>> okay. it's a little warm. >> it will jump up friday. >> okay. thank you. eight minutes before 9:00. if you haven't seen this next viral video, you have to stick around. ♪ >> you go, girl! after the break, the sassy 6- year-old from north carolina stole the show and our hearts. where did she learn that? >> i don't know. ♪ ain't gonna do you wrong ♪
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dance recital last weekend. a proud mama posted the video online where the sassy performance took on a life of its own with nearly 18 million view on youtube. she also takes jazz, ballet and tumbling classes. she has a nature on stage. >> oh, yeah. >> kind of owned it there. she's popping doing her neck. ktvu. >> has the hands on the hip. >> some people are just born entertainers. >> yeah. >> she will be like whatever she does in life, she will be -- >> she will be okay. >> kind of like you, sal. >> thank you, tori. i was shy at as a kid. here i am. this is 880 northbound. tori and i were talking about it earlier. that june balance has not hit us yet. people are still going to work and school. there will be a time, probably after the 4th of july where we'll seal commutes that will be lighter. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza, it's backed
up. it's about 15 minutes or so getting into san francisco. san mateo bridge, not bad here at the high rise. but once you get out to the peninsula, a little bit slow on 101, both northbound and southbound. today's weather is changing quite rapidly. >> i would say in 15 minutes it changed. >> fog, low clouds, cooler colder. coast and bay. the cloud from the remains of blanca moving into the picture. that looks like thunderstorms possible. rain later tonight into wednesday. so it's on its way. >> okay. >> tori? >> i know. >> she pulled up something from usa today. >> nba shockingly admits refs were incompetent at the end of game 2. oh, my god! >> i thought they were real see bras -- zebras. >> they were talking about obvious fouls. le been james doing traveling. it will be interesting to see