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the bay bridge toll plaza is backed up to the macarthur maze. metering lights are on. no major problems on the upper deck of the bay bridge. san jose, northbound 280, that looks good from the downtown san jose area into the west valley. back to the desk. >> thank you. the golden state warriors need to win just one of the next two scheduled games to become nba champions for the first time in 40 years. alex savidge is live at oracle arena and says the entire team is headed to cleav land for
tomorrow's -- cleveland for tomorrow's game 6. >> reporter: yes, they will be flying out later this morning to cleveland to get ready for game 6 tomorrow night. one win away. but boy that last win will be tough to get. i think the whole team understands just how difficult it will be to close out the cleveland cavaliers, especially knowing lebron james won't give up without a fight. last night it was steph curry, he led the charge down the stretch. >> curry for 3. bang! exclamation point! >> reporter: boy, steph curry was on fire near the end of the game. he helped to seal the deal in game 5 last night here at oracle arena. he dropped in 47 points. he had 17 in the 4th quarter. just like they did the game before, the warriors went with a smaller lineup. andre iguodala started in place of andrew bogut.
the warriors were able to pull away despite the fact that lebron james turned in a tie na might performance. 40 points. another triple-double in these nab finals. but the warriors got the w. 104- 98. now the focus is on trying to close out the cavs. >> we fought hard all year and put ourselves in good position to go to cleveland and close it out. we're confident, we're not getting ahead of ourselves. the locker room, if you walked in, was the exact same as the regular season win. >> the closeout game is always the hardest game in every series but particularly in the finals. what i'm excited about i think we can play better. i think we can do much better. >> reporter: a bit of a scare after the game. steph curry left the postgame news conference feeling a bit
dehydrated. he was treated by the medical staff here at oracle arena. i'm told he's doing well. he's okay. traveling with the team. flying out to cleveland to get ready for game 6. he's doing okay. just exhausted after last night's game. with the warriors on the road for game 6, they will be having a big watch party here. they will put up the game on the jumbotron. the warriors began to sell tickets for this watch party on saturday. they were 15 bucks apiece. all tickets sold out quickly. >> and i understand parking is only 5 bucks so kind of a bargain to watch it there. >> reporter: yes. >> thank you throughout the finals, fans have been going to restaurants, bars and viewing parties. but in san bruno one man has created the perfect man cave. he created this special praise. it's more than -- place. it's more than a dozen seats.
there's also blue spinning lights whenever there is a three-pointer. i think that's awesome. he has a disco paul. he said even though he's created the most popular spot to watch the game, he only has one thing on his mind. >> it's great i get to do it with my daughter teaching her about the warriors, this is a family event more than anything. >> he says another key to his party is that park something free and the snack bar is teacher. jame game 6 shifts to cleveland tomorrow night. 6:00 our time. where's need only one game to win. if they lose tomorrow, game 7 comes back to oakland on friday. that game listen held at 7:00. a san francisco police officer recovering now after a dog bit him on oakdale in the bayview around 6:00. the dog bit the officer several times as he responded to a 911 call. that officer shot and killed the dog in order to stop the
attack. happening today, san francisco police staffing, it will be talked about at a board of supervisors committee meeting. there are 1700 san francisco police officers right now. but a resolution calls for at least 2200. a new city report shows police staffing levels are less than nine other cities of the same size of san francisco. now, police chief greg suhr warrants to put more officers on the streets. but critics are worried about the cost. one police officer cost $175,000 a year in salary and benefits. 7:08. as the supreme court's current term draws to a close, the justices have some pretty big issues on their plate. the most anticipated ruling, of course, is on same-sex marriage. the court will decide whether gays and lesbians have a constitutional right to marry or whether state bans against
same-sex marriage can stay in place. this ruling is likely to come on the's last day, june -- on the term's last day, june 29th or 30th. and the future of president obama's healthcare law. at issue is the legality of the federal subsidies relied upon by 6 million people in 34 states that did not create their own marketplaces. the justices have to decide whether the law prohibits that financial aid. california will not be affected by this ruling. it's important to mention as covered california is the marketplace in our state. whether the epa can continue to require coal and oil fired power plants to reduce emissions. housing discrimination. the court will look at the fair housing act and that
questions whether minority groups can file lawsuits by claiming these practices have an unfair impact on minorities and a death penalty states whether states can tuesday a particular sedative as part of the three-drug cocktail used. oakland streets will get a much-needed band-aid. starting today, crews will begin a seven-week pothole blitz. brian flores is live in oakland to tell us how people can get their streets fixed. a lot of people would want that. >> reporter: a lot of people do. no question about that. no question that oakland streets need work. something the mayor says is one of her priorities. starting today, city work crews will be patching up many of these potholes like these one here at jack london square. the city is calling is a pothole blitz. according to the 2013 pavement
condition index which measures street conditions nationwide, oakland streets were ranked near the bottom of bay area cities. there are approximately 1900 miles in the city that needs to be maintained. the issue is funding. the backlog of streets in oakland in need of repair amounts to $440 million. that number continues to grow. city officials say there's not enough money to resurface the roads so crews are left to do patch work to do mine arpotholes -- maynor potholes -- minor potholes. during this pothole blitz, oakland residents are encouraged to contact the public works department either by calling them or e-mailing them or by using an app on your smartphone. it's called c click fix. you can take a picture and report it to oakland public works that way as well. back to you. >> don't we all know that
story. >> brian flores is oakland. thank you. paying more for water in the east bay. coming up at 7:30, the it laest city to consider tighter regulations and what it could mean for those who don't can conserve enough. it's the jaw-dropping cell phone video showing two women and a child fighting in a walmart. up next, the charges one of those women is now facing and it's not for assault. good morning. we are looking at a commute on the bridges. no the too bad out there. but there's slow traffic. it's crowded here on the san mateo bridge. we'll tell you more about getting across the bay -- coming up. mother nature with the one- two punch of fog and a windy west wind. temperatures on the cool side. what about the rest of the week, we'll take a look at that -- coming up.
it's 7:14. an 18-month-old boy rescued by police after he was allegedly kidnapped on saturday by his estranged mother in sunnyvale, he's still in the hospital. now, police say the child was taken by his mother 20-year-old cristina roz regez from -- rodriguez from his grandmother's home. the mother was arrested on child abduction and conspiracy. the baby doesn't appear to be hurt. but he was taken to a hospital as a precaution. well, one of the women involved in a big fight at a walmart store in indiana is now facing charges but not for the fight. that incident captured on cell phone video posted on youtube all over the place. amber stevenson, one of the women in the video, says the fight started after she heard rebecca mills in a motorized zooter use a racial slur against a store employee. stevenson said she was just standing up for the employee. the video shows stevenson '6-
year-old son hitting and kicking the other woman. stevenson was arrested. she's charged with neglect of a dependent and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. jeb bush will officially enter the 2016 presidential race today. he's long been expected to enter the field of candidates. he released his first campaign ad over the weekend. the video posted online features people in florida who say bush's policies when he was governor helped them. >> the most vulnerable in society should be in the front, not the back. as a governor, i had a chance to act on that belief. >> again jush is scheduled to -- jeb bush is scheduled to head to iowa and south carolina. hillary clinton will campaign in new hampshire and end the week with a stop in the bay area. clinton launched her campaign on saturday officially in saturday. her husband, bill clinton and
daughter and son-in-law joined her on age. she will visit south carolina and nevada. she has a fund-raiser on saturday in san francisco. let's get you to where you need to go. looks like things are really backing up. >> yeah, highway 4, that's the trouble spot right now. let's begin there. i have a map to show you that the traffic is slow out of antioch to a crash westbound 4, right near bailey road. a sig-alert still looking the two left lanes. they were making progress but traffic is very slow. it's a motorcycle crash heavily damaged vehicle. 680 is better. you might want to take advantage before all of the other people join you stuck in traffic. let's go out to the bay bridge toll plaza, it's backed up for a 25, 30-minute delay. it's not lighter than usual. you will be stuck there for a bit before you make it on the bridge. we're always looking at 237.
we have some stop-and-go traffic this morning. it's kind of rough out of milpitas heading west into the valley. 7:17. let's go to steve. thank you, sir. a lot of low clouds. a rather decent breeze. not as strong as early out toward the delta. had gusts of 35, 37 miles an hour. there you go. are we in bodega bay? run for the hills. >> that was straight out of alfred hitchcock. >> pretty good low cloud deck there. temperatures on the cool side. a lot of 50s on the temps. a decent breeze. 50s for many. 53 for alamo. 57 san jose. 52 half moon bay. 52 in san francisco. southwest 21. sustained. had 29, gusts to 33 last hour. west at oakland, northwest at novato. it's a westerly braze from sfo to livermore. 250s, 60s, 70s for the interior. red something getting a forer thisly breeze. san francisco buoy, 55 in the
bay, though, temperatures on the warm side inside the bay. rain in the northeast, almost everybody is getting rain. we did have rain last wednesday. people were telling me about that. look hat this system -- at this system. tropical system moving in. they had just unbelievable amounts of rain for a while in parts of texas, especially in austin, houston, up to dallas. this system is going to provide about 8 to 10 inches of rain. it will go through texas and cut right through st. louis and all the way to the northeast over the next five to seven days. there will be heavy, heavy totals throughout that area. for us, the low cloud deck, it looks like it's starting to burn back a little bit. no great changes here. a warmer pattern here toward the end of the week. a little mist embedded within. some gusts 25, 30. clearing back to the coast. there is a hot on the coast. low clouds, firmly in place. cooler for most. highs near average to slightly
below. 80s. there will be some 90s up towards clearlake and ukiah. even out to vacaville. looks like 87, 88. some 70s for many including san jose and santa rosa. it looks like night and morning fog. slight warmup through thursday. maybe a dip on friday. there are signs of a warmer pattern by the weekend. >> the weekend -- we have father's day coming up. the first day of summer on sunday. >> yes. >> double whammy. >> thank you. suvs and pickup trucks targeted. trapped in a collapsed building found alive. you will see the dramatic rescue as firefighters pull her to safety.
welcome back. 7:23. the body of the first american to die while fighting isis is now back home in massachusetts. the body of the man was flown to boston late last -- late saturday night. now, he joined kurdish forces fighting isis about four months ago. he died june 3rd during a patel in the syrian -- battle in the syrian village. he died in defense of those bees persecuted for their christian faith. his funeral is set for wednesday. u.s. military officials believe they killed the al qaeda leader responsible for a 2013 attack on a gas plant in algeria. mokhtar belmokhtar is accused
of leading the attack that killed at least 35 hostages including three americans. now, he was targeted in weekend airstrikes. the military hasn't yet confirmed he's dead. a pentagon spokesman says it appears that strike was successful. however, a fighter who was died to libyan militants claims he was not killed. 7:24. a dramatic rescue in china after a woman gets trappedden on the fifth -- trapped on the fifth floor of a collapsed building. the woman was found sta standing between broken walls early yesterday morning. a firefighter threw the woman a safety rope. she tied it to her waist and was able to slowly walk to safety. four people are still missing inside the building. no word on what caused the building to give way. some of the unsung heroes of world war ii recently visited the bay area and for the first time saw the museum
dedicated to their work. this year, they held their annual celebration in richmond, which is home to the rosy the live eter park -- riveter park. they are proud how seserveed their country. >> we wanted to get the ships built to give our boys what they needed to fight with. >> it was our mission to get these troops home. >> if the woman would not have stepped in and worked, we probably would have lost the war. >> they say they were the start of the civil rights and eqaut rights -- equal rights movements. fewer than 100 are still alive. most are in their 90s. still ahead -- two escaped inmates remain on the run after more than a week. details about what police admit
about the search what happened we know about the prison employee accused of aiding them. >> reporter: the state supreme court ask expected to make an important ruling that could affect how developers price some homes. we'll talk about the impact in the south bay. and we're looking at the bridge commutes. right now at the bay bridge toll plaza, you can see traffic is busy getting into san francisco. we'll tell you more about that coming up. pretty extensive fog bank. the westerly breeze. temperatures not really warming up. what about later in the week.
coming up on 7:29. good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." it's monday, june 15th. i'm tori campbell. >> i'm dave clark. i did check weather for steve. >> you stepped outside. >> i did. >> what's it like? >> steve, you need a sweater or jacket and it's gray. i didn't see any sun. there is a lot of fog around. it's on the cooler said. temperatures came down on sunday. we'll start a slow warmup tuesday and wednesday. today, a lot of gray over the bay as we like to say. temperatures, well, starting off in the 50s for nearly everybody. might be a couple of upper 40s. beginning to remember the novato temp.
40s and 50s. southwest 21, 35, napa west. concord says south. sfo west, hayward west- southwest. i think you get the idea. we have an onshore breeze. we have a lot of low clouds and fog. little tiny dip in the jet. low clouds. sunny, breezy to wind. cool lows on -- low 50s for some. 80s. 60s and 70s. unless i missed something, things look okay. except for one thing. that one thing is highway 4. we've had the motorcycle crash. highway 4 has not been okay. that's because of a motorcycle accident there on highway 4. we'll get to that in just a moment. i do want to mention that at the bay bridge, we've had some slow traffic there as well. had some slowing here as you get up to the toll plaza. it's about a 25-minute delay. the only difference today, the backup doesn't go that much
deeper than the macarthur maze. sometimes we have backups on 80 and 580, it's kind of moderate there. you will be waiting. let's go to interstate 880 here where traffic in both directions is getting busier right in front of the coliseum. i started off mentioning highway 4, it's still slow, trying to get this motorcycle out of the way. one of the tow trucks is actually stuck in the backup here. if you are driving from antioch to concord, you need extra time, patience and some smiles. 680 on the other hand, a little bit slow off the beech. benicia. the state supreme court is set to rule on a case that will have a big impact on affordable housing. ktvu fox's janine de la vega joins us live from san jose to explain. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, tori.
most everyone can agree that there's not enough affordable housing here but is it fair to make developers subsidize housing in their new developments. that's what the state supreme court is going to be deciding on later today. in 2010, san jose approved an ordinance requiring residential development to price 15 per cent of its units for sale at below market rates but that law has been on hold because the california building industry challenged it. they argued it's unstuingal taking a property. we asked -- unconstitutional taking a property. we asked some about it. >> i'm a single mom of four little boys. i hope they say yes instead of saying no. >> reporter: city officials see the lack of affordable housing
silicon valley as an issue. >> janine de la vega live for us this morning. thank you. 7:32. another rough day on wall street following the collapse of weekend talks between greece and its creditors around the june 30th deadline looms. the dow currently is down 170. the nasdaq is down 51 just crossed below the 5,000 mark at 4,999 and the s&p is down 17 at 2,076. interest rates could go up to depending upon what comes out of the federal reserve policy meeting. so far, the interest rates have been historically low and global bankers want it to stay that way until next year. because they say global markets
are not stable enough to withstand any volatility. the federal reserve's policy meeting begins tomorrow and wraps up on wednesday. 7:33. doyle drive in san francisco is due to close for four days next month. it will be closed from thursday, july 9th at 10:00 p.m. until monday july 13th at 5:00 a.m. that closure will wrap up nears of work on the new road and the tunnels. drivers you are encouraged. use the richmond/san rafael bridge and the bay bridge instead. there is a new report showing highway 87 in san jose it's one of the most jam-packed freeways in santa clara county during rush hours. the average speed is about 35 miles an hour during morning and afternoon rush. the report says even the carpool lanes are slow because of solo drivers using those lanes to try to get around the backups. >> always tempting. the clock is ticking down to the deadline to have a state
budget in place. today, democratic lawmakers are expected to approve a spending plan that is bigger than what governor brown wants. it include $749 million in spending that was not in the governor's budget proposal. it's pace based -- based on assumptions that revenues will be higher than the estimate. they want to put more money in child care, welfare and healthcare. the governor is committed to building up the state's rainy day fund. the two sides are expected to negotiate up until the vote is taken. it has to be done by midnight tonight or else the legislators won't get paid. the governor is trying to work in a law that would let state officials force financially troubled agencies to be taken over by larger water systems. supporters say that would help people around the state who are served by small districts not capable of dealing with water
quality and shortage problems. the smaller districts say the plan leads to a loss of local control. people in contra costa county will soon be paying more for water. pittsburg will consider imposing fines and higher rates. under the plan, water rates would go up about 4% for most single family homes. officials say the higher rates will help to meet the 20% reduction in water usage required by the state. the plan calls for fines between $25 and $1,000 for excessive use. catalytic converter thefts are on the rise in petaluma. 17 stolen last week. two of them saturday night. the sheriff's office says there was a rash of thefts back in march when 30 vehicles were hit. the thieves normally go after
suvs and pickups because they sit higher off the ground which makes it easier for a thief to slide beneath it and steal those parts. 7:36. a prison worker accused of helping two convicted killers escape from an upstate new york prison is due in court this morning. prosecutors say joyce mitchell had agreed to be the get away driver but backed out. david sweat and richard matt used power tools to break out of prison more than a week ago. more than 800 law enforcement officers are taking part in the search for them. >> we don't know if they are still in the immediate area or if they are in mexico by now. >> if they are still here in this immediate area, their ability to hunker down for a week and stay on the run is a big surprise to us. >> mitchell has pleaded not guilty to the charges against her. ifth canned, she -- if
convicted, she faces up to eight years in prison. two police officers shot and killed a man in stockton after he led them 0 -- he was in a stolen car and led them on a high-speed chase. it started yesterday. officers on patrol saw a man hitting a woman on the street. when the police approached the man, they say he took off in a stolen car and led them on that chase. the officers rammed that stolen car to stop him. when they got out to arrest him, the police officers say he drove towards them and that's when they opened fire. no officers were hurt. family members and friends of a man who was shot and killed by richmond police plan to hold a rally and a news conference later today. 24-year-old richard perez was killed last september. police say perez was drunk when he got into a fight with officer wallace jenson outside of a liquor store. police say perez was shot after he reached for the officer's gun. the rally set for today will be
held in front of the district attorney general's office in martinez. 7:38. the warriors heading to cleveland but watching the game at oracle arena on a big screen could still cost you a pretty penny. at 8:00, the cheapest prices to watch game 6 at oracle arena. but something like a horror movies. two teens vacationing at a north carolina beach. we are pear looking at the spay -- we are looking at the south bay commute. the traffic will be moderate on highway 101. we'll run it down for you. a lot of low clouds and fog. maybe a little bit of out there. decent westerly breeze all equals a cool pattern here. we'll see what's in store for the rest of the week.
en:42. a natural gas line ruptured last night in texas. look at this huge fire that erupted. this happened in dewitt county about two hours southwest of houston. one report says you can see these flames 20 miles away. evacuations were forced. so far, no word of injuries. the cause of that pipe rupture is still under investigation. meantime, two teenagers were attacked by sharks and they lost limbs in separate shark attacks off the coast of north carolina. both happened along oak island beach yesterday afternoon. authorities say a 12-year-old girl lost part of her left arm. she may lose part of her left leg, too. about 90 minutes later, a 16-
year-old boy was attacked. part of his left arm had to be amputated. >> they say the head was about that big. estimated 6, 8 feet. no, 7, 8. blood in the water coming over with the white wash. the kid's in shock. >> both of the victims were visiting from out of town. they were in shallow water about -- about up to their waist when they were attacked. authorities have not said whether that same shark is responsible for both attacks. every day there are a few stories that everyone seems to be talking about and tweeting about. pam cook is in the studio with what's trending. >> the leader of the naacp in spoe want, washington, rachel dolezal -- spokane washington, rachel dolezal, canceled a meeting tonight where she was
supposed to speak about her racial identity. her parents say she's white. some people are planning a demonstration in spokane tonight calling for her to step down. the official response from the naacp is that the civil rights organization accepts leaders were all ethnicities. also trending a piece of art in oakland that celebrates the warriors. it's on the side of the building at 27th and northgate in oakland. the artists say it's not just a tribute to the team but to the community pride they've help generate. >> the taggers seem to respect murals. it will really help. >> the artists got permission to paint this mural from the building owner but they are doing it for free. and want you to take a look
at this -- an unbelievable photo of a raccoon, look he's just riding around on an alligator. this was taken in florida by richard jones. he said he and his family could not believe their eyes or luck being there to see that in person. now, the man says he thinks his son scared the raccoon when his son moved closer to the river which caused the raccoon to hop on. he did hop right back off on the bank right after that family took that picture. >> it's great timing. they snapped it. >> just in the nick of time. >> great shot. >> target is telling off part of the business. the discount retailer is telling its farlcy and clinic business to cvs health. the deal includes more than 1600 pharmacies and target stores that will be add branded as cvs pharmacies. target will reband the in-store
clinics at cvs minute clinics and cvs is open 20 more inside target stores. the deal is worth nearly $2 billion. kind of interesting, the iranian government has launched a match-making website. it's an effort to incourage some of the country's 11 million single people to tie the knot. the traditional role of arranging marriages has declined in recent years. so a board will match applicants after reviewing their age, education and wealth background. there will be meetings and psychological testing. the goal is to 100,000 marriages over the next year. >> very interesting. >> something you wouldn't expect from the iranian government. sal, in the south bay? >> we do have a new crash in
san jose, northbound 101 at hellyer boulevard and that has traffic backed up from blossom hill road. i'm reading it off the screen. it's a rather new incident on northbound 101. i do want to mention, though, that traffic is going to be backed up. we still have a lot at some of the slowdowns. highway 280 in san jose looks good. there goes caltrains. steve loves when that happens. 280 is not bad. it looks good as you drive out of the san jose area. we also have the crash in the east way we've been talking about, highway 4, westbound, they just cleared that. the traffic is way behind schedule coming out of antioch and pittsburg and getting to concord. when you get to the bay bridge, this morning we haven't had a light commute. it's backed up for a 20, 25- minute delay. we're still getting a lot of people going. at some point,up, july, we see knockoff in the traffic but that's not today. let's go to steve. sal, you should tell the
folks, that's terrain in studio a. >> it looks like a model. low clouds. a lot of fog out there. june gloom. san francisco, saw a couple of tweets. man it's depressing. if you are socked in, yes, i understand. we'll get some clearing. these are the average temps for this time of year. livermore, 85. palo alto, 79 and san jose, 82. not today. 75, 82, 74 and 76. i should probably be honest and say i'm going underneath a lot of the forecasted temps. i think there's too much of a delta breeze. san jose today, downtown, 76, 56. average is 82, 56 right there on the low. the record back in 2000, when it was hot. real hot. 108. in 1895, it was down to 37 degrees. i've been looking at weather
data that goes back sometimes 1800s, 1900s. the one thing that stands out are that the lows are warmer. the highs are not any different. i've seen 107, 108. it's the lows. the lows used to be in the 40s. 50s on the temps. san francisco 6. oakland, 68. these are lightly below coast and bay. there's too much fog here. it looks like those might be the coolest days of the week. we had the discrepancy with novato, a couple of people tweeted me and said that's not right, that 47. i went with 52. that seems more normal. san rafael at 50 degrees. there's a lot of cool lows here. if it feels like it's cooler, it is. most locations are running 1 or 2 degrees cooler than sunday morning. westerly breeze. west-southwest, west, sfo, hayward, livermore, it's a
westerly component. naturally pretty heavy rain slicing through the northeast. looks like they are about done. watch this tropical system. it's taking aim at areas where they don't need the areas. it looks like anywhere from 8 to 10 inches of rain could call in parts of texas over the next couple of days. it will go wrapping right back around kansas city, st. louis, the great lakes, for us, we will had the rain last wednesday. no more rain in sight. windy at times. a lot of low clouds. drizzle. coastal drizzle. 25, 30 miles an hour gusts from san pablo i -- bay. there are a few locations that get back in the 90s. ukiah and clearlake, but 60s, 70s. 80s. but vacaville only 87. that's not bad for vacaville. low 80s, mid-80s for some. upper 60s, 70s for others.
temperatures, 79 walnut creek, that's pretty good. 68 santa cruz. a lot of low clouds on the coast. 60s there. mainly 70s on the peninsula including redwood city at 77. slight warm jump as we head toward the end of the week. >> okay. i -- it was pretty warm this weekend. i was at my son's graduation in santa clara. it started at 8:30. by 11:00, when it was super hot we understand stood why it started so early -- understood why it started so early. thank you. an al qaeda leader possibly killed in u.s. airstrikes. in 23 minutes, the developing news out of libya. zoo animals running through the streets. still on the loose in morning after massive clouds in the country of georgia. up next, the emergency action being taken today to track down the dangerous animals.
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reopen. in the country of georgia, rescue workers are racing against the clock to capture a number of zoo animals that escaped during a flash flood. among the animals on the loose, lions, tigers, bears, even a hippo. some including the hippo were tranquilized and brought back to the zoo. others were shot and killed. the animals escaped after rains washed away a large part of the zoo. zoo workers died. officials are warning to be careful. >> translator: the threat remains. therefore, we urblg citizens not -- urge citizens no not to walk and travel -- not to washington and travel in the area where -- walk and travel in the area where animals can
hurt them. >> a rhino can run very fast. >> really? >> very fast. well, an american woman's attempt to row from japan to san francisco it's now over because the bad weather. sonya was rescued saturday off the coast of japan after sending a distressed signal. she hoped to become the first woman to row so low across the pacific ocean. her journey has ended. it's now week two of the women's world cup. today's soccer matches are ivory coast against norway. the netherlands against host can na. china verses new zealand and taiwan verses jail -- verses germany. our ciferg begins at noontime.
we have complete coverage on our channel 2 website, ktvu.com. that includes a schedule of all of the games. check it out. click on women's world cup right there on the home page. i've been watching some of that. those female players -- >> aren't they good? bad roads in oakland getting much-needed attention. after the break, the blitz kicking off today and how you can alert the city about potholes along your commute. the warriors are in good positions with as they get ready to head back to cleveland. one more win, they take home the title. good morning. we're looking at a commute that's still okay for the most part. we do have some trouble spots in the south bay. one major problem. we'll tell you about that coming up. a lot of gray. a lot of fog even if it started to clear. there's probably a good westerly breeze behind it. what about tuesday or wednesday? i will have a for you.
x87 3x#x3x#x3x3x if you drive around oakland, you know how bad the potholes are. coming up, we'll tell you about the major efforts starting today to fix them. the california supreme court is tackling the issue of affordable housing. how a ruling could affect people living right here in the bay area. many of you may be headed to work full of warriors' pride or maybe home sick with
warriors' fever. nice shot there. in either case, the bay area still buzzing as the team inches closer to the first title since 197 a. we'll take you inside oracle arena in a moment. good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> it's monday, it's june 15th. i'm dave clark. we want to get a quick look at weather and traffic with steve and -- it was hot this weekend. cooling down to the start. >> sunday, carried into monday. >> was it cool when you came in? >> yes. >> a lot of low cloud, gray, in san francisco, coast, bay. some of that made a good surge inland. you can see some of that kind of a hazy pattern. westerly breeze. out to the delta and it looks like things have calmed down a little bit. you get that when a low cloud deck comes in. summertime in sfc. i wrote her back and said what do you mean by sfc? san francisco city. thank you for that.
yes, it's very gray there. had some lar for reports for many. a lot of low clouds in place. it looks like they will be slow to burn back. novato, 52. san rafael. >> 50. brentwood, 61. which i added and doug said thank you for throwing in brentwood. my pleasure. a little cooler on these temps compared to 24 hours ago. still a westerly breeze or a component of a sea breeze. low clouds will slowly burn back. but i think the damage is done. low clouds, sunny, breezy, windy. cooler to most, 60s and 70s but they are soft 80s for most. sal, you had a couple of issue, highway 4? good morning to you. northbound 101 in san jose, at
hellyer, there is an injury accident there. fortunately, if there is a fortunately in this situation, there's most -- most of the traffic has passed it by. so the accident is here in southern san jose. it's affecting traffic for a little bit. but if you are getting on the freeway after hellyer, normal slow traffic getting up to sunnyvale and mountain view. northbound 280 is slow getting up to highway 17. let's go to a steve picture. this is 280 northbound in san jose. not too pad. when up get to the bay bridge, there is a backup of 20, 25 minutes but it's getting better. some of those ramps are beginning to clear up. back to the desk. all right. thank you, sal. warriors now just one victory away from their first championship in 40 years. game 5 was last night at oracle arena. that's where alex savidge is live. you have the latest on how the players are feeling as the
series heads back to cleveland. >> reporter: good morning. since the team is gonna be playing on the road, they will be in cleaveland, the warriors have decided to open up oracle arena for a big watch party. this place will be absolutely parked tomorrow night. close to 20,000 fans. every seat is already sold out for this viewing party. they will put the game on thejumbo dron. they will -- on the jumbotron. they they will drop it down so it will make it easier for the fans to see it. the players understand it won't be easy, especially when you are dealing with lebron james. last night, it was the league mvp who really led the charge down the stretch. >> curry for 3. bang! exclamation point! >> reporter: yell, steph curry
was -- yep, steph curry was being steph curry. he gained 5, put in 47 points. he had 17 in the 4th quarter alone. the warriors were playing small ball. andre iggy iguodala started off instead of andrew bogut. the warriors pulled away late. that was despite the fact that lebron james had 40 points and another triple-double last night, his second in these nba finals. the warriors got the win, 104- 91. the focus turns to trying to close out the cavaliers. >> we fought hard all year and put ourselves in good position to go to cleveland and close it out. we're confident we're not getting ahead of ourselves. the locker room, if you walked in there was the exact same. but we know the sense of urgency at the moment.
>> the closeout game is always the hardest game in every series but particularly in the finals. i think we did play a lot better. that's what i told the team. i think we can do much better. >> reporter: after the game, steph curry was gassed. he gave quite an effort. apparently during the news conference postgame, he was feeling dehydrated that he had to be treated by the medical staff of the team. he's feeling much better and is getting ready to fly out with the rest of the team and the staff as they head to cleveland later on today and get prepared for game 6. but again, since they are on the road, they will be holding that big watch party here at oracle arena. you can only imagine what the atmosphere will be look here watching that game. >> it will be amazing. can't believe it's sold out just to be able to watch it on
ajumbotron. san francisco police staffing will be talked about at a supervisors' committee meeting. there are 1700 officers. but a resolution is calling for at least 2200. a new report shows police staffing levels are less than nine other cities of the same size as san francisco. police chief greg suhr warrants to put more -- wants to put more officers on the streets. but critics worry about the cost. one police officer costs $175,000 a year in salary and benefits. a 7-week-pothole blitz begins today. city wants you to help out by reporting problem areas. it's a pretty easy thing to do, right, brian? >> reporter: it is an eebsy thing to. this is one of the examples at jack london square embarcadero west and clay. but there's no question oakland
streets need work. something the mayor says is one of her priorities. city work crews will be out patching up many of the potholes. they are calling a pothole blitz. it begins today and goes until july 31st. according to the pavement condition index which measures street conditions nationwide, oakland streets rank near the bottom of bay area cities. there are approximately 1900 miles of road in the city that need to be maintained. according to the city works department the issue is funding the backlog bounced to -- amounts to about $400 million. that number continues to grow. city officials say there isn't just money to resurface thed roo -- the roads. as we take it back out here live, we've been driving around oakland, me and my photographer, sid, have seen plenty of hot poles. plenty of ways to report potholes in your neighborhood. you can call the public works
department, directly e-mail them. we've provided a link to ktvu.com. go on the web links section. you can take a picture. post it on there. back to you. >> thank you, bribe. 8:08. today, drivers in napa should take note construction begins to replace a bridge damaged by an earthquake. the oakville bridge is located between highway 29 and the silverado trail. the 4.1 earthquake that hit may 21st caused serious cracks and the bridge has been closed since then. 8:09. we're stilling following news from libya. u.s. military officials think they killed the al qaeda leader, mokhtar belmokhtar. he's accused of leading the
attack where at least 35 hostages, including three americans, were killed. now, he was targeted over the weekend in airstrikes. the military hasn't confirmed yet that he was killed. the pentagon spokesperson said it appears the air strike was successful. a fighter who has ties to libbyian militants, he's claiming he was not killed. 8:10. as the supreme court's current term draws to a close at the end of the month, the justices have big issues on the plate. the most-anticipated ruling is on same-sex marriage. the court will decide whether gays and lesbians have a constitutional right to marry or whether state bans against same-sex marriage can stay in place. this rule something likely to come on the term's last days, june 29th or june 30th. the future of president obama's healthcare law is on the line for the second time in three years. at issue, is the legality of the federal subsidies relied
upon by 6 million people in 34 states that did not create their own marketplaces. the justices have to decide whether the law prohibits that financial aid. california will not be affected by the ruling. other big issues, whether the epa can continue to require coal and oil-fired plaents to reduce the emissions of mercury and toxics pluthses. and whether minority groups should be able to file lawsuits by claiming that housing practices have an unfair impact on minorities. the. the death penalty case whether states can use a sedtive as part of the three- truck cocktail used in executions. if you live in the east bay, you may be paying more for water. 00 the latest city to consider tougher water regulations and what it could mean for people
who don't save enough water. a woman involved in this walmart brawl faces serious charges but not for the fight. we're looking at the commute and the bridge looks good. for the most part, it's a nice drive to southern marin. if you are a fan of a lot of fog and west wind and cooler temps. today is your day. we'll take a look at that coming up.
jeb bush will officially enter the 2016 presidential race. he released his first campaign ad over the weekend. the video posted online features people in florida who say bush's policies when he was governor there helped them. >> the most vulnerable in our society should be in the front of the line, not the back. >> as governor, i had a chance to act on that core belief. >> after his campaign kickoff in miami, he's expected to head to new hampshire, iowa and south carolina. hillary clinton will cam payable in new hampshire. and -- will campaign in new hampshire. she will end with a stop in the
bay area. she officially launched her campaign on saturday in new york city. her husband, bill clinton along with her daughter and in son-in- law joined her on stage. she will visit south carolina and nevada this week and she has a fund-raiser on saturday in san francisco. 8:15. new this morning, world that pope francis accepted the ressic nations of an archbishop and a deputy bishop of st. paul, minnesota. they have been charged by prosecutors with nonprotecting children were a pedophile priest. prosecutors say the archdiocese turned a blind eye of repeated reports of inappropriate behavior by a priest later convicted of molesting two boys. the british royal family joined very special ceremonies marking the 800th anniversary of the plaque. this was in england.
now, this is great charter in latin. the document has come to symbolize democracy as well as equal rights under the law. >> sorry prince george wasn't there. he made an appearance at another event. big fan of him. >> yes. let's check in with sal. >> still some summer like. >> no. i think we'll see that in july. right now it's kind of robust as we take a look at what we have here at the bay bridge. it's improved a little bit on westbound 80 approach. it's better than it was. still a 15, 20-minute delay as you drive through. we're also looking at the east bay commute where northbound 880 is slowing down past the coliseum. it slows to about 23rd. westbound 580 is moderate. still have northbound 280 going to be slow into the west valley. northbound 101 at hellyer.
there is a crash there blocking traffic for a bit. traffic is so from blossom hill. definitely some slow traffic. 8:17. back to steve in the weather center. sal, the warriors, one win away and so are the blackhawks, who play tonight. >> you've been watching a lot of sports. >> i think if they win at home, it's the first time since 1938 they've won the cup at home. we'll see. i'm a hockey fan. they are one heck of a good team. we do have a low cloud deck around that's very strong and also the west wind roaring earlier. it's kind of calmed down a little bit. a lot out there. it won't be very warm. inland temps will be some in the 80s. average highs for today, santa rosa, should be 82. livermore, 8 a. palo alto, 79. san jose, 82. today, 7 a, 82, 74 and 76 degrees. running slightly cooler. san jose today, 76, 56.
average is 82, 56. you are right there on the low. the record high 2000, it was 108. i remember that. 1895. it was 37. better not remember that one. [laughter] >> monday in san francisco, gray skies, gloomy. 50s, 52, 53 on the low. 62 for a high. oakland a lot of overcast, gray skies. a -- a lot of these are 4, 5 degrees cooler. inland temps have been warmed up. the coast has not done it that much. we haven't had a strong offshore event except for a couple of locations. 50s on the temps. 50s for some. 52 half moon bay. san francisco, san jose, now at 58. oakland, 54. west due west 21. west at oakland. in fact, west-northwest at livermore, west-northwest, also
ahayward. that's an onshore breeze or a sea breeze. 60s, 70s through the interior. 52 bood. 57 half moon bay -- 52 bodega bay. 57 half moon bay. the low cloud deck, a lot to work with. fog, low clouds, sunny, breezy, windy. temperatures won't be that bad but we'll go 90s up to ukiah and clearlake. a lot of 70s in between with some 80s. a lot of os for santa rosa -- 70s for santa rosa, petaluma, novato. 79 walnut creek. 86 in brentwood. 65 alameda. 76 san jose. 84 gilroy. 7 foss for many -- 70s for many. 60s on the coast. 68 san bruno and san mateo, 72. menlo park, 75. slight warmup as we head toward midweek into thursday and it
looks warmer as we go through the weekend. >> sunday is the first day of summer. >> longest day of the year. >> yes. >> and father's day. >> and father's day. >> other than that, nothing is going on. >> thank you. it's like something out of the movie jaws. >> you are utilizing those resources to help monitored a watch for any sightings of sharks. >> how two teebs are lucky to be alive after shark attacks in north carolina and why this is so unusual. >> we were young and adventurous and decided to go for it. >> they are in their 90s now but the women and how they helped support the troops during world war ii. ♪ ♪
the body of the first american to die while fighting isis is now back home in massachusetts. his body was flown to boston late saturday night. he joined kurdish forces fighting isis about four months ago. he died on june 3rd. his obituary says he died in defense of those being persecuted for their christian faith. his funeral is scheduled for wednesday. a new hampshire man planning to hold a controversial draw muhammed contest in august. last month, you remember two fem were killed by police after opening fire at a similar event
in garland, texas. this man is putting on the event to start a conversation about freedom of expression. some people worry it will only trigger violence. images of the prophet muhammad are forbidden in islam. it's considered offensive. one of the woman involved in a fight at a walmart store is facing charges but not for the fight. the incident was caught on cell phone video and posted on video. amber stevenson said the fight started after she heard rebecca mills in a skeeter use a racial -- scooter use a racial slur against an employee. stevenson was arrested and charged with negligent -- negligence of a dependent and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. some of the unsung heroes of world war ii, they came here to the bay area for a visit and for the first time, they saw the museum dedicated to their
work. as a group, they are known as rosy the live eter -- live attar. rivoter. they built planes, ships, used by the allied troops during the war. they were humble then but proud how they served interest nation. >> 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. >> the women, most -- if the women didn't work, we would have probably lost the war. >> it's an incredible story of history and a lot of women of all races were part of this. they also say they were the start of the civil rights and equal rights movements. most of them are in their 90s now. newer than 100 of them are
still alive. they played a big role in the war effort there. well, delays are coming for drivers on the golden gate bridge. after the break, more on the four-day closure next month and the alternative route people are being encourged to use. >> reporter: a ruling by the california supreme court today could have a huge impact on how much affordable housing will be built in the bay area. we'll explain coming up. good morning. we have a south bay commute that's not great. a couple of things that are slowing traffic. we'll run those down for you. plenty of fog out there. temperatures, it looks like a lot of fog equals a cooler pattern. is there any sign of a warmup we'll take a look at that on the extended lookout -- coming up.
well, good morning. welcome back to "mornings on 2." it's monday, it's june 15th. i'm dave clark. let's check your weather and traffic now. steve paulson has your forecast. >> you've stepped outside a couple of times. >> i have stepped out a couple of times. >> on the cool side. >> yes. >> kind of cool. unless you are well inland. and you don't have any of that fog influence. it made a good push. i think of all of the reporting stations, i think concord said sunny. everyone else said cloudy. our east bay tree limb rustling in the breeze. no doubt about it. there is an extensive fog bank. that keeps temperatures on the cooler side. i've undercut most of the temperatures -- it lookeddic -- when travis has gusts to 37 out of the west this time of year, that's a sure sign. 50s, a couple of 60s. a lot of 50s. novato, 53. 52 half moon bay. san jose, at 58. there's a westerly component. most locations.
it's a sea breeze. an onshore breeze. tough to warm up that much when you have -- i will get out of the way. this much fog and it makes that much of a push inland. a westerly wind. low clouds. once that heads back to the coast. it will be sunny. it will be breezy to windy. cooler for most. inland slight lit below average. 50s, 60s, 70s near the water. still san jose or is that improved? >> it's improved a little bit. we're seeing some improvement. we're on the 8:00 hour. let's take a look at what we have. this is a look at traffic in san jose. you mentioned it. we'll start there. 85 is kind of slow getting up to highway 17 and beyond that. 208 at 101 are slow. there's a big bottleneck near hellyer as they clear that accident. i want to move up on the contra costa area. highway 4 still recovering from earlier issues. you can see that the bay bridge is about a 15, 20-minute delay
there at the toll plaza. also we're looking at traffic that is going to be -- i guess we're going back to the maps. look at 580 westbound. we have the slowdown. it's still there on the altamont pass. it gets better from livermore to dublin. >> back to the desk. the state supreme court expected to decide how much new aforable housing is built here in the bay area. it all stems from a law put in place back in 2010. janine de la vega joining us live now, you are in san jose to explain what this is all about. good morning, janine. >> reporter: good morning, dave. san jose's ordinance requires new residential development to set aside 15% of its units for sale at below market rates. but developers say that's not fair. san jose put this ordinance in
effect in 2010. it's been on hold because the california building industry association challenged it. the state supreme court is expected to decide. they argue it's unconstitutional taking a property. city officials see the lack of affordable housing is a big issue. we asked residents what they think about the affordable housing. >> there's not enough. i waited since my baby was five months and now he's seven. >> it kind of sets the trend. maybe you want to help people. i know it's all about profitability. let's help the people that can't afford those. >> city officials say the ordinance is one of their last hopes in terms of securing louse housing for -- housing for low-income people. builders say the cost may be passed onto new buyers.
legal analysts say this would affect similar housing laws in nearly 200 california cities. dave? >> all right, janine de la vega from san jose, thank you. the clock is ticking down to the deadline. there's a new state budget in place. today democratic lawmakers are expected to approve a spending money that's bigger than what the governor wants. it include $749ing about in spending that's not plan. it's based on the beliefs that state revenues will be bigger than brown's estimate. the democrats want to put more money into child care, welfare and healthcare. the governor raised school spending in his proposal but he's also committed to building up the state's rainy day fund. the two sides are expected to keep voting right up until the vote is taken which has to be done by midnight tonight or lawmakers won't get paid. people in contra costa county could face tougher fines
for water. the pittsburg city council will consider a plan to raise water rates an impose fines on those who use a lot of water. under the plan, water rates would go up 4% for most single family homes. officials say the higher rates will help meet the 20% rediction in water usage that the state requires. that plan also calls for fines between $25 and $1,000 for excessive water use. well, doyle drive in san francisco is due to close can for four days next month. it will be cleebsed between thursday, july 9th at 10:00 p.m., until monday, july 13th at 5:00 a.m. that closure will wrap up years of work on the new road and the tunnels. you drivers, you are encouraged to use the bridge and the bay bridge instead. and there is a new report that shows highway 87 in san jose is one of the most jammed up freeways in santa clara
county during rush hours. according to the valley transportation authority, the average speed out there is about 35 miles an hour during morning and afternoon rush. the report says even the carpool lanes are slow because solo drivers use those lanes to try to get around traffic backups. catalytic converter thefts are on the rise in petaluma. 17 of them were stolen just in the past week. two were stolen sphwhit. the sonoma county sheriff's office says it was also a rash of thefts in march, about 30 vehicles were hit then. the thieves normally are targeting suvs and pickup trucks because they sit higher up off the ground, making it easier for the thief to slide underneath and steal the parks. frustration building in new york. the escaped killers, ten days now. >> we don't know if they are still in the immediate area.
>> after the break, the new information we found out about the woman who is accused of helping those men escape. also a familiar voice may soon be directing you through the streets of the bay area. how waze is teaming up with arnold schwarzenegger. well, for most, it's cloudy. some sun far enough inland. temperatures with the sunshine will be held in check. we'll take a look at those forecasted temps.
curry steps back. ♪ >> steph curry rorkeed the court in the -- rorkeed the court in the fine -- rocked the court in the final minutes, finishing with 37 points. this helped push the warriors to a decisive win last night and a 3-2 lead in the series putting the team on the brink of winning the franchise's first title since 1975. joining me to talk finals are sal was katz and matt -- sal castanedo and matt. the game was tight. they were neck-and-neck, back and forth until the final minutes. what happened? >> steph curry took the game
over. we were there -- the performance that we thought that he would have at some point during the playoffs came last night just when they needed it the most. he made mathew dead look bad on some of those shots. >> lebron hit that three to give cleveland the lead. and then on the next possession curry gets a three and then another three. he scored his points at the most important time which is what an mvp should do. >> even lebron james said you have to tip your hat to a guy like that. >> pressty impressive words for lebron who claims he knows he's the best player in the world. >> it's interesting because lebron -- they say he can't do it on his observe. he's almost doing it on his own. >> he is almost. >> almost. >> 40 out of 91 points. >> he is but you can see the
physical toll. he's being guarded by many players. he's the focus of the defense. i think by the end of games, he's just woesh out. the warriors are still fresh. >> yeah, because they -- they can go to draymond green and iggy. >> livingston, barbosa played well. >> let's talk about the fouls. i mean -- officials were -- >> that's a warriors' fan. >> you can get away with moves in the playoffs that you wouldn't be able to. >> you see iguodala being fouled. both said -- they kind of called it down the middle. >> there is a practical level. the games guest more physical. the official can't call all of the fouls. otherwise they will be fouling
people out left and right. they have to change the standard a little bit. once they change the standard, it becomes more difficult to oinitiate. i think it's been a pretty well officiating series. the reason i say that the players and coaches haven't talked about that. >> game 6, curry left early -- curry left early. >> think he will be okay? >> yes. >> and then mathew did the same thing. i don't think there was a lot of worry on the warriors' side. >> knowing how competitive he is, i think he will come back and build it and just do it. >> i know that they don't want to come back for game 7. warriors want to finish it off in cleveland. if there is a game 7. it will be friday night, 6:00 p.m. at oracle arena. back to dave.
>> thank you. what are you talking about? there are always a couple of stories getting a lot of attention with us on the air and online. pam cook is in the studio now. so what's trending, pam? >> my first boss at ktvu used to call it water cooler talk. what will everyone be talking about at work? here's some of the stories that are trending today. how did they get away. it has now been ten days since two convicted killers escaped from a prison in upstate new york. now they reportedly were able to get ahold of the power tools because they were left behind by contractors. more than 800 officers are still out looking for those missing inmates. >> we don't know if they are still in the immediate area or if they are in mexico by now. >> the woman accused of helping in the escape will appear in court today. scary story from north carolina.
two teens attacked by a shark. both attacks happened along oak island beach hours apart in the southern part of north carolina yesterday afternoon. a 12-year-old girl lost part of her left arm. she may lose part of her left leg. and about 90 minutes later, she a -- a 16-year-old boy was attacked. he also had to get part of his left arm amputated. >> they said -- they estimated 6, 8 feet. 7, 8. blood in the water coming over with the white wash. the kid was in shock. >> authorities are still trying to determine if the teens were attacked by the same shark. and the leader of the naacp in spokane, washington, can't seem to get out of the headlines. rachel dolezal canceled a chapter meeting scheduled for tonight.
she's expected to talk about her controversy with her ethknitsty. her parents say -- ethnicity. her parents say she she's white. the official response from the naacp is that the civil rights organization accepts leaders from all ethnicities. 8:45. target is selling off part of the business. target is selling it pharmacy and clinic business to cvs health. that crud more than 1600 pharmacies and target stores that will be branded at pharmacies. they will rebrand the clinics as cvs minute clinics. and cvs will open 24 more minute clinics inside the target stores. this is a big deal almost worth $2 billion. drivers can get help with directions from a familiar voice. i will be back. >> yes, he did.
arnold schwarzenegger is back as the voice of the navigation app waze through the end of next month. it took schwarzenegger about an hour to record the necessary phrases from turn left here to his trademark, hasta la vista, baby. he's promoting his new terminator movie which comes out july 1st. >> he knows his way around california. >> california. >> yes, he does. sal knows his way around. you are watching the bridges and everything else. >> we're looking at a commute that's been moderate. we've had a couple of problems. if you were stuck behind them, i'm sorry for you because you've had delays. let's take a look at the san mateo bridge. it looks okay. getting out to the high rise. a little bit of overcast may delay flights into san francisco airport. you might want to check your flight there. also looking at the bay bridge
toll plaza, that's backed up for 10, 15 minute, we haven't had any major problems on the span. we're having slow traffic on 580 through the alta poents pass. -- altamont pass. 101 coming up to the mountain view area, still slow. 8:48. let's go to steve in the weather center. >> all right, sal. thank you. plenty of low cloud in place. there's a lot -- you saw from the traffic camera still dealing with the low cloud deck. san jose looks like it's starting to thin out. but gray skies there. a westerly breeze for most. some component of a sea breeze in place place and even with sunshine, there will be hazy breeze in place. bright and sunny this morning here in pleasant hill. hampy monday. the observations that come across santa rosa and napa, san francisco, sfo, san jose, livermore, all say cloudy except concord today which said
sunny. everyone else had sunny skies and there because of the fog bank. 50s for many. 63 brentwood. 60 alamo. 52 half moon bay. it will be a cool day. sfo running 6 degrees cooler than they were sunday morning. livermore, 3. most locations are running a cool degrees cooler. west at 21. travis had gusts to 35, 37 earlier. it looks like things have calm the down. there -- there was a delta place. the delta breeze made it 0 out. warm weather in the bay. that's the fog right there. plenty to go around. i think it will be back tonight. today it looks like it will max itself out. dip in the jet stream. windy for some. low cloud, mist, drizzle. the fog will head back to the coast. it will be rather breezy for many. low cloud deck, sunny, breezy.
cooler for most. cooler lows this morning. we saw that 60s. >> 70s. 80s. a few 90s. bull you have to hit ukiah and clear lake. 77 sonoma. mid-80s upper 80s for some. especially towards pittsburg, antioch. low 80s and upper 70s. running on the cooler side. san jose, 79, 80. 60s on the coast. south san francisco, 70s. mountain view a cool 73. fog will be with us tuesday into wednesday. maybe not much of a change until probably the weekend. and then it does look warmer. okay. thank you. 8:50. a natural gas pipeline ruptured last night in in-- last night in texas. it happened in dewitt county, south of houston. they say you could see the flames 20 miles away. there were evacuations. so far, no injuries have been
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an american woman's a dream was over. she left japan a week ago hoping to become the first woman to row solo across the pacific ocean. she hoped to finish by late september in san francisco. a photo from florida has gone viral. take a look. this video, it's a raccoon sitting on the held of an alligator. it -- on the head of an alligator. taken by richard jones.
it was spotted in the national forest. he and his family happened to be in the right place at the right time. what he got there was a know toe of a lifetime. a moose was wandering along a highway in colorado. here are the pictures to prove it. what would you do if you saw that? it happened in loveland, colorado. you know that area. about an north of denver. the colorado state patrol reported the moose to wildlife officials. they came. they were able to corral it and take it back to the mountains. a new dinosaur took over the world, or at least the box office. >> just went and made a new dinosaur. probably not a good idea. >> yeah, you know. ju wrasse sick world -- jurassic world sold almost $512 million worth of tickets in the first week weekend of wide release and it earned more than
$204 million just in the u.s. that's the second highest domestic premiere weekend of all time. the movie spy game in number two, san andreas in number three into. thousands of tiny tuna crabs have been washing up on along dana point, clan san clemente beach. experts say they are doing this because of the warm water. a purple sea creature has been urn iting up on east bay beaches. they've been seen on several shorelines. they are harmless. they eat plants. they can weigh more than 15 pound and reach 30 inches long bus most of the ones in the east bay, they are about the size of a large fist. so far they've been spotted
along alameda, in oakland's lake merritt at at miller knox regional park. scientists say the sea slugs are native to the area. they are likely washing ashore because it's unusually warm along the water along the coast. a lot of people in the bay area talking about basketball right now but some australians are makes their own sports news. they call themselves how ridiculous and perform trick shots. they hold the record for hitting a basketball from nearly 300 feet up. this weekend, they went to the top of the gordon dam in tasmania to break their own record. that dam is 450 feet high. watch this.
nothing but net. >> this was not done through editing. it's been certified as the highest shot to make the basket. that's unbelievable. >> did they have a lot of -- did they try it a lot of times. >> only need one. >> you might not be able to get one. >> that's right. traffic winding down? >> we'll take a look at the bay bridge. you can get a decent commute, especially if you are on 880 ramp coming down to the toll plaza. speaking of 880, it's a little bit crowded past the coliseum. as we finish off this commute, you can see in the south bay, still some slow traffic on 101 primarily into mountain view and sunnyvale. fog, sun, 60s, 70s, 80s. >> that's our report for this morning. thank you for making ktvu your choice for news.
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