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subtle changes day-to-day. 50s on the temps. and the low clouds are making a pretty good push. gusts 32 at travis. west at napa. west at sfo. west hayward. low cloud deck probably max itself out today. there is a little disturbance moving through and subtle changes. low clouds sunny and windy. cooler for most. cooler lows. 50s on the temps. we'll end up with 50s and 70s and low 80s for some here. all right sal 4:30 how are you? >> doing well, steve. here we are it's monday and traffic is actually off to a decent start. let's go outside and take a look at what we have now. we're looking at the east shore freeway a 17 minute drive from the carquinez bridge to the mccarthur maze. it probably won't stay this way. we will see days when traffic is light because summer
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vacations are starting to take effect here. traffic does look good as you dry through. there is a little bit of a wait in one of the lines. this morning westbound 580 looks good through dublin all the way to hayward. at 4:30, let's go back to the desk. >> thank you. the golden state warriors are one victory away from their first nba championship in 40 years. ktvu fox 2 reporter alex savidge is live with more. for >> reporter: good morning to you. we will get to steph curry in a second here. the team they all know, they understand closing out a series like this is is really tough. very difficult. especially when you have the best player off the court.
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but this time it was steph curry who led the charge. he was incredible. steph curry helped to seal the deal in game five. he dropped in a total of 37 points. 17 of those in the fourth quarter alone. just as they did in game four, the warriors went with that smaller lineup that featured iguodala as opposed to center andrew. it was a tough game much of the way through. they pulled i awith his thing. he put up 40 points but it was not enough. war >> we fought hard all year and put ourselves in a good position to go to cleveland and hopefully close it out. we are confident. we are not getting ahead of ourselves. the locker room was the exact same as a regular season win.
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but we know the sense of urgency. >> the closeout game is the hardest of any series. particularly in the finals. what i'm excited about is i think we can play much better. >> reporter: and after the game this is happen were making warriors fans nervous. steph curry left the post game he was feeling a little dehydrated. he will fly out with the team and get ready for game six. the fans will be let into oracle arena to watch game six. they will have a watch party tomorrow night. tickets went on sale for $15 each on saturday. already they have sold out however if you go online some of the retail sites are selling
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those tickets. we saw some selling for $15 thursday. >> or we can go to your house and have a watch party. >> sounds good. doyle drive you should know set to close for four days. the road will be closed from thursday july 9th at 10:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m.. a new report shows highway 87 is one of the most jammed freeways in san santa clara county during the commute hours. the average speed is 35 miles an hour during morning and afternoon rush hour. the report is also says the car pool lanes are slow.
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we are ticking down to the led line to have a budget that is in if in-- it is based on assumption that state revenues will be higher. democrats want to put more money into child care, welfare, and health care. the governor has already boosted school spending in his proposal. the two sides are expected to continue negotiating right up until the vote is taken. and the governor is also trying to work in a law that would let state officials force financially troubled water agencies to be taken over by larger water systems. supporters say that would help people around the state that are served by small districts that are not capable of dealing with water quality and water shortage problems. but they oppose the plan saying
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they would absorb the expenses of the smaller agencies. and so far there is no -- 17 people in petaluma had their convertibles stolen. the sheriffs office say there is was a rash of thefts in march when 30 vehicles were hit. they usually target suvs and pickup trucks because they are are higher off the ground. and across the country gas prices continue to inch upward. it's a different story in the bay area. aaa reports national average price of gas is $2.81 per gallon. that is up $0.05 in the-week. but local prices have fallen more than a nipple which a l gal
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-- the first increase is set for july of next year when minimum wage goes to $10.50 an hour. small businesses and nonprofit organizations get an extra year to meet the new pay levels. the new minimum pay will help many people living in the city of los angeles. >> one out of four of us live until poverty. not just mild poverty. back breaking poverty. >> the pay increase was opposed by small businesses, restaurants and theater owners who say it will lead to job
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cuts. san francisco already has a similar law in place and minimum wage will be $15 an hour by 2018. in oakland it increased to $12.25. and in san jose minimum wage went up to $10.30 an hour on new years day. it is pride season. hundreds of thousands of revelers filled the streets for l.a.'s revelers. be san francisco's pride weekend is set -- facebook won't be able to participate. facebook publicly apologized to those groups last october saying it was to protect groups against harassment, fraud, and
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hate speech. well, they were key in the u.s. war efforts helping to build the planes and ships used to win. >> >> reporter: there is a place where a chapter of american history comes alive. >> their stories get to live on. >> reporter: and oh do they have stories to tell. >> they call my ruthy. >> reporter: rosy is a riveter. she wasn't just one woman she was every woman. >> i was a riveter on the a-20 havoc. >> i worked on the bomber planes. >> they traded girlhood dreams. >> a nurse. [ laughter ] and i never did get to be a nurse.
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>> reporter: to work in a man's world. >> i didn't want to sit in the office it drove my nuts. we were young and adventurous. >> reporter: every year the women known as rosy the riveter meet top share stories. what memories come back to you? >> it's hard to remember back then. >> they are living history. most in their 90s. 70 years ago they built america's war planes and ships. >> we wanted to get the ships built so we could give our boys what they needed to fight with. >> it was our mission to get these troops home. >> if the women wouldn't have stepped in and worked, we probably would have lost the war. >> reporter: still sharp as tacks they were the tip of the spear for the equal rights and women's equality movements.
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>> it changed the way women lived and worked. who would have thought about a woman being a welder. >> we had equal pay for equal work 70 years ago. we still don't have it yet. >> reporter: a lot of these women kept running. coming up affordable housing requirements questioned here in california. coming up at 5:00 who is calling for an end to the law. >> witnesses are comparing it to the scene is out of the movie jaws. the tragic attacks just hours apart on two teenagers
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vacationing at a north carolina beach. >> good morning. we are looking at the east bay commute and here is highway 880 and traffic is moving along very nicely in both directions. >> and the weather is moving along nicely if you like a bigger fog bank and cooler temps. a little warm inland. temperatures right now in the 50s.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. it's 4:44. the family accused of an assault on the dallas police headquarters says he was mentally unstable. officers say he also planted pipe bombs around the building.
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this happened early saturday morning. this was some of the damage. he was killed later that day by a police sniper. nonofficers were hurt -- no officer were hurt but the last two years he choked his mother. had dreams of the sandy hook shooting and the japanese tsunami. a natural gas line ruptured out of texas last night. that led to a massive fire. it happened in dewit county. the flames could be seen as far as 20 miles away. it did force some evacuations. one witness says the explosion shook her house. so far nonreports of injuries and the cause remains under investigation. in a scene that witnesses describe as a nightmare two teenagers lost limbs in separate shark attacks off the
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coast of north carolina. authorities say a 12-year-old girl lost part of her left arm and may lose partover her left leg. about 90 minutes later a 16- year-old boy was attacked. he also had to get part of his left arm amputated. >> they said the head was about that big. estimated 7-8-foot. blood in the water coming over with the whitewash. the kid was in shock. >> both victims were visiting from out of town. authorities have not said if the same shark is responsible for both attacks. zoo animals on the loose after major flooding in georgia. at least 12 people have died and the race is now on to get the animals back in their enclosures. will car has more on the chaos. >> reporter: still a serious situation as they are dealing with flash flooding and
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dangerous animals that escaped the zoo after heavy rain turning a stream that runs through the city into a surging river. you have to keep in mind two feet of moving water is enough to carry away cars. destroying many of the animals enclosures sending tigers, lions, bears, wolf, and a hippo all running for their lives. the hippo was cornered in one of the city's main stairs. according to report, special forces had to kill other animals on the loose on top of some that were killed by flood wears. both zoo officials and the mayor says it's unclear how many threatening animals are out there. >> the threat remains therefore we urge those not to walk the
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streets. >> reporter: although it's unclear if the animals had anything to do with injuries or deaths. in los angeles will car fox news. >> wow. very interesting situation there. >> yeah. let's switch gears here. take a look at your traffic. how is it looking out there? >> it looks pretty good. right now it's early enough for you to get a decent commute if you're trying to hit the east bay it should be. one of the things we have noticed as we get into june is lighter conditions on the road. this is a look at the east bay. westbound 580 driving all the way to hayward. if you are driving in san jose
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northbound 280, do have a live picture of that. northbound 280 traffic looks good getting up to highway 1. it's 4:48. 12 minutes before 5:00. let's go to steve paulson in the weather center. >> not yet the power hour. >> not yet. a little early for that. low clouds. plenty to go around. it will be a little cooler for some. temperatures about the same as yesterday. plenty of fog and a westerly breeze. andsteps which were -- and temperatures which were on the toasty side. 50s on the temps right now and it's really not so much is the temps but the cooler lows. the breeze has cranked up big time here. so westerly, southwest. west at hayward. west at sfo. that equals a cool pattern here. 50s and 60s and 70s.
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water temps stayed about the same, they actually went down a little bit. san francisco buoy 56. the low clouds and it doesn't look likuta are going down at all. they are making a really good push here and again one day it's a little cooler, the next day it's a little high pressure has -- low clouds. sunny, breezy to windy. cooling lows will mist here. 60s 70s and coast and bay. much in the way of low cloud deck even though the days are very warm. it doesn't matter. temperatures will stay on the cool side. 60s and 70s and 80s. maybe toward the end of the week a little bump up but nothing that looks too hot. >> the days are very warm.
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tough to go to sleep when it's so sunny outside. >> yes. >> thank you so much. time is 4:50. kim kardashian making her way to the bay area. kardashian scheduled to speak at the paramount theater. she recently released a book selfish. a worker critically injured.
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all things mobile. all in one place. welcome back to mornings on 2 it's 4:52. a ride at great america is closed while crews investigate an accident that critically injured a park worker. it happened friday night. an employee was hit by one of the cars as he was trying to pick up the cell phone that was dropped by one of the riders. one of the riders was also injured in his leg and finger during the accident. it's not clear when the ride will reopen. firefighters are making
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progress on a wild fire in trinity county. the fire was sparked by lightning. forest services the fire has burned 1500 acres since it started last tuesday. it's now 40% contained. no one has been hurt. no buildings have been destroyed. an evacuation order for about 100 people in the area has been lifted. san jose mineta airport starts offering nonstop service to beijing. they will of araphia fright -- the flights are all on board the boeing dream liner and take 12 hours total. they offer similar service for just three other u.s. cities. seattle, chicago, and boston.
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a charter plane carrying the l.a. dodgers was forced to make a landing at lax because of a mechanical issue. his first message says just landed in l.a.. he says problem with planes, switching planes. after two hours the team boarded at plane. the woman hit by a broken bat at fenway park is out of the hospital. she was transferred to a rehabilitation center. she initially sustained life threatening injuries but doctors say she has quickly improved.
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>> our world cup coverage starts at noon. the u.s. plays nigeria tomorrow night. we do have complete coverage on our website at ktvu.com. just click on the women's world cup on our home page. coming up in our 5:00 hour, paying more for water in the east bay. >> and a familiar voice could soon be directing you through the streets of the bay area. how we are teaming up with arnold schwarzenegger. >> good morning we are look in the east bay. we'll tell you more about the morning commute and the bay weather. >> temperatures which were hot on friday and parts of saturday will carry on sunday into monday.
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warriors fever heating up. we'll have the highlights from last nights game and the reason it could cost you a lot of money to watch game six if you want to watch it at a very
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special place. >> the states supreme court is expected to make an important ruling on how developers price some homes. we'll tell you about potential impact here in the south bay. thank you for joining us. waking up monday, june 15th i'm pam cook. >> it was a basketball game? >> quite a basketball game. >> good morning, i'm dave clark. let's talk about weather and traffic. i want to talk about it because as i walked out the door, the breeze, the coolness right away. >> yes it's very much on shore as we say. that is is a cooler direction after a really hot friday and parts of saturday and sunday. then the temperatures came down. where there are gusts to 37 a couple hours ago. low clouds in place. very similar to what we had

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