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the parade. we'll take you live to lake merritt and talk to some of these incredible fans -- next. and president obama is set to arrive and attend the mayor's conference, the other big-named politicians expected to attend. 7:01. good morning. we're looking live at oakland, where thousands are expected to cheer on the 2015 nba -- nba champions. look at those lovely banners. we'll check in with brian. he's covering the traffic which is expected to be traffic. and tara is along the parade route with all of those excited fans. good morning, once again, to "mornings on 2." it's friday, june 19th. >> it's also -- it's also tori campbell day. >> well, not officially.
>> it's our last
day on "mornings on 2." >> we'll be doing things all morning long. surprises and you will love it. we're gonna take good care of you. steve has the forecast also. >> there is a ross mcgown sighting in the house. >> it's been a while. >> my goodness, looks fabulous. right off the cover of gq. >> 50 with the clouds and a little chilly. i think everyone is preparing for the forecast. we had a little cooldown. it looks like a slight warmup. 50s, a couple of low 60s. a few 40, napa was in there. santa rosa made it to 45. breeze is coming down a little bit. we'll see if that continues. if it does, inland temps will
warm up. morning fog is there. sunny, warmer. warm to hot far enough away from fog influence. 80s for most. upper 80s to 90s. 60s. sal's been there since, what? crack of 4:00 a.m., i think, and you are doing a fabulous job. >> reporter: why, thank you. a lot of warriors' fans have shown up. they are expecting hundred of thousands of people out here today. these people know we're on tv. there you go. thank you very much, guys. have a good time today. >> thank you! >> reporter: all right. so if you rumming down here, the best way to get here, take b.a.r.t., either 12th street or 19th street. and if you want to walk over here to the part where the parade is over, it's basically at the henry j. kaiser convention center right here at the end of lake merritt. just to make a correction, i called those geese ducks last
time. so the geese population got to me right away and said, hey, they were ducks. they were geese. they weren't ducks. there you go. here are the people arriving for the parade. still people arriving. let's take a look at the traffic pictures. traffic is going to be a little bit slow in some areas. this is a look at the east bay. it's much lighter volume than usual today. out to the bay bridge toll plaza, you can see traffic is moving along very nicely as you -- once you make it on the bridge. there is a little bit of waiting to do. >> i cannot see what my third picture will be. we're back to the maps. you can see that traffic volume is doing very well. this is 242. a little bit of slowing heading downg to the walnut creek interchange but not much. as i go back to you, did i hear that ross mcgown is in the
house? >> he's here. >> reporter: we're happy for you, tori. >> thank you. i got my warriors' blue on. wearing the right colors. >> all happening because of tori. [laughter] >> no, it's exciting for the warriors. as you saw, the dub nation is out in full force to celebrate the golden state warriors. testimony joins us live from oakland -- tara moriarty joins us live from oakland. she'll check back in with tara in just a moment. we want to take you live. this is some pictures from fox -- skyfox 2. you can see the preparations underway for the warriors. >> i love those stages out there. >> yeah, and big banners. so many people got up early. when i was coming in at 4:30, 5:00, we still people in the
oakland area you parking. we'll check in and keep on top of all of the events and all of the excitement going on. also happening in the bay area, president obama is coming to san francisco. he will be addressing hundreds of mayors at the national mayors' conference. he flies in later this afternoon. but the conference itself, it kicks off this morning. ktvu fox 2's janine de la vega joining us live in san francisco to tell us what he will be doing here and some other highlights of that event. good morning, janine. >> reporter: good morning, dave. we're here in front of the hilton union square where federal agents as well as police have been stationed out here. they've been doing security sweeps. now, we know there are also no- parking signs all along o'farrell street. that's in preparation for president obama's arrival. president obama will be touching down at sfo at 1:00 this afternoon. he is the keynote speaker at
this conference that nearly 300 mayors attending. he will be speaking at 2:15 this morning. the focus of the conference is to discuss economic health of the cities and the factors that contribute to growth and decline. he will be talking about topics such as water conservation, transportation, education, technology and community policing. last night at a fund-raiser in southern california, he expressed frustration that he couldn't bring about the hope and change he campaigned on, saying the system is still broken because of the division in politics. while here, president obama will attend two fund-raisers and so will presidential candidate hillary clinton. she speaks at the mayors 'conference saturday morning and will be at a home of a real estate broker for a fund- raiser. the conference lasts through monday. it won't just be politicians. carlos santana and mc hammer will be speaking at this mayors' conference. they will be on a panel about
music and politics. there you go. dave? >> very interesting day in san francisco. janine, thank you. of course, the big focus, though, for today is the warriors and celebrating the big victory. we want to go back now to tara moriarty who is out in the middle of all of the excitement. hopefully we have our signal set up. can you hear me? >> frozen. >> well, she's out there with all of the fans. wearing all of their t-shirts. we'll try to get the signal re- established. we want to show you another shot of the parade set up. i am not sure if this is where the rally is after the parade. >> because of the television stations and technology is around there, it jams up signals. we're there. we'll get the live reports for you and talk to the people later on. also in the news this morning, new right now, south
carolina's governor says that suspect in the charleston church shooting, he should get the death penalty. also nbc is reporting that the suspect dylann roof confessed to the crime. and there he is, the 21-year- old. he's due to appear in court. he was arrested in north carolina yesterday. a woman who was driving to work spotted him and his car and called the police. now, roof is accused of killing six women and three men at a church bible study. the people who know roof say he was talking doing something because he said "blacks were taking over the world." now, while roof was being hunted by police, a gospel singer reached out to him directly on facebook with an inspirational message. that message went viral. it reads in part "if you are still out there and you have your phone with you, give your heart to jesus and confess your sins with a heart of forgiveness. he's the only one that can save
your soul." the person who wrote that was marcus stanley. he explains why he did it. >> i asked myself what can i do to make a difference? what could i do in this situation to bring some hope, and i reached out to him directly instead of putting the post up on my own page. >> mr. stanley is very unique. he was a victim of gang violence back in 2004. he was shot eight times after being confronted by gang members. he says it took him a long time but he was able to forgive the people who shot him and he says, that's why he's able to forgive dylann roof. 7:10. bay area religious leaders are reacting to the church shooting. at sole's restaurant there was a monthly meeting of ame church leaders that just happened to come the day after the shooting at the charleston ame church. they say the shooting is a reminder that racism is alive in america, noting that south carolina still openly honors the confederacy and its history
of slavery. >> the very fact they continue to flatten a confederate flag speaks to some of the leadership of the state. >> the pastors say while they do have some level of security at their churches, it's more important to create an environment where everyone feels welcome and safe. your time is 7:11. donations are pouring in for the victims of that berkeley balcony collapse and their families. a gofundme site started with 126,000 at 4:00 this morning. it grew to $138,000 at 6:00 this morning and right now, it has reached $145,000. in the meantime, the investigation into that collapse on tuesday is continuing. the city of berkeley released construction blueprints and some independent engineers reviewing the documents say that balcony should have held up if it had been built to
specifications. well, pruitt water park is being investigated after 200 children complained about being sick. firefighters, paramedics and 18 ambulances rushed to that water park. 34 kids complained of breathing problems, sore throats and they were coughing. 17 of the kid were taken to the hospital. hazmat team was called in to inspect the pool and also wear the chemicals were stored. >> as far as what we found on -- we found nothing that would be consistent with the symptoms that were exhibited here at the pool today. >> now, county officials say pool water samples did show some higher chlorine levels but they say it wasn't high enough to make so many children sick. the water park pool where the children were playing, it's since been closed. we are just hours away from the warriors' parade. just less than three hours now. one man got the mvp to help him
attend the big show. in 20 minutes, how this tweet prompted steph curry to help one man get excused from work. also a criminal investigation, it surrounds those five-hour energy drinks. up next, the counterfeit operation that now has 11 people in trouble with the law. a busy friday with a warriors championship forecast. and this weekend, father's day and the first official day of summer. we'll see if it will be warmer or cooler. ♪ >> tori, thank you so much for bringing your energy and your passion to reporting news in the bay area. >> tori, congratulations and good luck. >> all of us want to thank you for your support of the animal regulation. congratulations on a job well done at ktvu. we'll miss you.
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♪if you want to be with me there's a price to pay ♪ >> reporter: welcome back to "mornings on 2." 7:15. and you are listening to "jeanne in a bootle" as you look at a live picture near the henry j. kaiser convention center. these songs are tori's list of favorites that she gave to me. for traffic jams. it's the least we could do, at least i could do on your very last day here. >> thank you. this is such a surprise. i had no idea. >> have to take care of you, tc. >> forgot about the traffic jams with all of the excitement of the parade. christina aguilera is one of my favorites. >> absolutely.
sal, you are out there in the thick of everything. but you will also keeping an eye on traffic for us as well. >> reporter: i am. i am. am i gonna do my traffic right here? i'm ready to do it. i'm the man. >> you are the man. that's what everyone is telling you. >> reporter: i'm just joking. tori and everything else, let's talk about the traffic. it is going to be busy trying to get to this particular location. [audio difficulties] >> reporter: let's go to newschopper2. you can see a lot of people are here in the lake merritt area exwearing for -- gathering for the warriors' parade. a lot of people are gathering at the stage area, along broadway, grand, harrison, oak, a lot of people will be hanging out here trying to get a spot for the warriors' parade. a lot of oakland police officers also here to make sure
everything goes smoothly. let's take a look now at the bay bridge toll plaza, there is a little bit of a crowd there, it's not that bad but you will see waiting before you get into san francisco. and this morning's commute has also slow in some areas in the east bay but nothing major out there. it's definitely lighter than usual traffic pattern. as we end here, i'm gonna show you that even the oakland police have this unit here where they are taking pictures of people or not taking pictures of people but keeping an eye on people. this is gonna be a great day. oakland police just out here to make sure that everyone is bafning themselves -- behaving themselves and having a good time here at the warriors. you know what? as we transition to the weather, it's not that chilly anymore. it's probably getting to be in the upper 50s, i would say, if i could guesstimate. >> i think you are close. but still overcast, right?
>> reporter: right. we do have the low clouds. we'll have your championship forecast here and i think sal touched on it. it was brisk. upper 50s, low 60s. fog will be burning off and 60s to near 70 degrees. it looks pretty good here. our observer bob is down in phoenix. 115 yesterday. tied and all-time high for the date. projected 1 -- 115 for today. it's a dry heat. currently a brisk, 92. that's broil. that's not a dry heat. that's oven hot. the desert southwest has been baking, not here. that high pressure has not extended this far north. inland temps are in the 90s. low clouds and fog. 50s, 60s for some. 40s for a few. a lot of 50s. westerly breeze was rip roarin' a few hours ago. 54 ukiah.
59 sacramento. 53, arcata to monterey. sunny and warmer temps for many. a little breezy at times. but not as bad as yesterday. 60s, 70s around the water's edge, 90s for some. temperatures continue to run a little bit above average for those inland. near average for those who are by the coast or slightly below. no extreme one way or another. temperatures look to be cooler yesterday. transition day. it will be warmer on saturday as well. and then sunday cooler, but then summer begins and it's father's day. 7:120. the u.s. attorney's office in northern california indicted 11 people accused of selling counterfeit bottles of five- hour energy. they are accused of mixing batches and relabeling legitimate bottles bound for
mexico. millions made it to mexico between 2009 and 2012. you've seen scientists track animals. now they are putting tracking devices on people. i'm gonna tell you why. also, today is tc's last day with us at ktvu before she retires. the beautiful tori is there. so is gasia. coming up in two and a half minute, the words of wisdom these two ladies will be sharing. ♪
well, today is my last day here at ktvu after 19 years. kind of a bittersweet time since this is a job that i little love but i'm ready to move on to my next adventure. it's a lot easier knowing a really talented person is taking it over the shift. gasia mikaelian mass been anchoring the 5:00 and 6:00 news for how long? >> seven years. >> a long time. i want to, you know, find out about how excited you are about this. and all of the adjustments you got to make. but i also have to ask you what do -- >> sal nailed it like my first day here. props to sal. he knew along but the conversation you saw in the pro mow was conversation i had with a lot of people in the building, at the grocery store.
in kindergarten. sometimes people will come up to me and say michaele yun! michaeleian. others say come up to me in the grocery store. >> sal is really trying. he has it nailed. >> i know you are looking forward to doing the morning shift. you have to make adjustments with your family. >> a lot of adjustments. i have two boys. going into kind and first grade in the fall. we're still in the wakeup early and get them out the door. i thought you were gonna make his lunch, that sort of thing. the morning schedule -- i remember one of the -- you took me out to lunch and you said this schedule works great when you have young children. but i thought, mornings i've done that. now that i'm in that place and i have the two young boys, the schedule couldn't be better and mornings has a feel and a flow and a natural excitement of
energy. >> the nice thing -- you kind of avoid all of the craziness in the morning getting the kids in the morning but you are there in the afternoon and evening which is so important. your kids are used to seeing you on television. you've been in this business a long time. >> before they were born. >> had a lot of highlights. >> i have to tell you, my first time i ever anchored here, i started as a reporter for the 5:00 news. the first time i anchored, i was filling in for you on the noon show. i was so nervous. i remember saying, i have to make tori proud and do it right. they gave me a pillow because the chair was low and they said i think this is ross mcgown's pillow. [laughter] >> i have a parting gift for you. normal little the tradition is an alarm clock to wake you up. but i have something different. it's a sleep machine. you can help get to sleep so
you have good energy. >> to drown out the noise of the two little boys. i will be using this. >> i hope you will and i wish you all of the best. >> i'm gonna miss you so much. you took me under your wing from day one. >> do you want to toss to dave for the first time? >> oh, my goodness. well, dave, back to you. [laughter] >> i receive it. and welcome. >> thank you. >> and bravo, tori. >> thank you, dave. 7:27. still ahead, we're still following our news this morning and especially that tragic shooting massacre at the church in south carolina. up next, pam cook will tell you the very latest, the shocking reaction from the friend of the suspect and his troubled past. and we are live at 11th and broadway at the beginning of the dub nation celebration. many of these riders using b.a.r.t. this morning. we got new ridership numbers. you might be impressed -- coming up into and the forecast has plenty of low clouds. it looks like it will burn off sooner.
warriors. we'll check in with brian flores who will give us details on how it's affecting the commute, especially b.a.r.t. i know the platforms can get so crowded. a lot of people there already. parade starts at 10:00. it's friday, june 19th. welcome back to "mornings on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> that crowd is getting thicker and thicker out there. today is special because we're celebrating tori campbell all throughout "mornings on 2." little things and surprises. so stay right here with us. >> so many wonderful surprises already. >> you will love it. >> i'm dave clark. steve paulson is right over there. thank you. we have a pretty good forecast for the parade and warmer weather friday into saturday. cooler on sunday. pretty chilly around 4:00, 5:00 a.m., i think we'll see the fog burn off sooner. temperatures will warm up. if you are deciding to go now, i would leave now. upper 50s to 60s. maybe near 70 degrees by the time the parade ends. a cooldown, weak system went
into the north. that's left the area. high pressure is building in. the sea breeze is tailing off. 50s, a couple of 60s. a few 40s, especially to the north bay. west-southwest, 18. had gusts to 30. it looks like that's decreasing. that's a pretty good sign of warmer weather. i think it will be nice on the coast. 60s 70s. upper 80s to near 90s. sal, i want to congratulate tori on her musical selections, they've been outstanding. >> thank you. [ applause ] >> reporter: one of the things i learned about tori over the years, we have a lot in common. we like sports. we like music and she's trying to get me on board with that nutrition thing she does. [laughter] >> still trying, sal. >> reporter: as meatloaf, two out of three ain't bad. >> another good song. >> reporter: all right. let me show you something here. i want to have greg pan off to the crowd. look at this crowd that we have
gathered here near lake merritt just across from the henry k. kaiser convention center. that's something to see. i haven't -- i'm gonna stop lying about this. i remember 1981 when the raiders had their parade. i was a young, young man. i think my dad brought me out there. now i'm a full-grown man. i have never seep so many people in oakland and this is just the beginning. not everyone is here yet. this is really gonna be a party today. but my best advice for you is to take public transportation. if you take b.a.r.t. to 19th street or to 12th street, you could easily walk over here. walking is the -- is the best thing. make your bike is the second thing. there is already a lot of people here waiting for the stage thing. there are already people along broadway. let's go to live traffic pictures. i want to make sure i keep my
traffic people up to date. let's talk about the commute here. i want to show you here that traffic on the bay bridge toll plaza is doing very well westbound as you come through. it's looking very good. the san mateo bridge is also looking okay heading out to the high rise with no major problems. also looking at our traffic maps here. i haven't seen a lot going on. as a matter of fact, if you are looking at the screen right now, you notice that traffic is going to be moving along very well on 580, 680 through dublin. a little bit of slow traffic from 880 south from 238 heading down into union city. it's still lighter volume than usual. one of the things i'm gonna say is get here early. bring a good attitude. it will be an historic day in oakland. all of the players will be here where i am and ktvu is covering the parade, obviously after "mornings on 2" starting at 9:00. >> all right, sal. looks pretty out there. thank you.
7:34. for all of you warrior fans who didn't camp out overnight, b.a.r.t. is the best way to get down to the parade now. brian flores joining us live. you are near the 12th street b.a.r.t. station. i see the crowd growing behind you. >> reporter: it certainly is. good morning. we're at the beginning of the parade route. if you are headed down here now taking public transportation is the best way to get from here along the parade route or if you are going to lake merritt. it takes it so much easier. there's no parking. in terms of ridership numbers and what you need to know if you will take b.a.r.t., we have jim allison, the spokesperson for b.a.r.t. >> we're about 15% higher this morning than we were on the morning of the giants' parade in 2014. so 15% is certainly significant. but the thing to remember that
parade started later. as you can see, the crowd is well behaved and people having fun. >> reporter: we're at the busiest b.a.r.t. station, 1th, 19th -- 12th, 19th. fremont? >> the places where people begin their trip are the busiest and that would be in terms of the fremont, dublin pleasanton, richmond and millbrae station. fremont the busiest. >> reporter: what do people need to know if they will be leaving? there are changes there if they will go in the northbound or southbound direction. >> the rally is closer to lake merritt than where we were. we're asking people headed northbound to come back to this station, 1th street or 19th -- 12th street or 19th. the trains will be carrying most of the people to san francisco and to pittsburg baypoint from here. we're asking people to follow directions and use either 12th street or 19th street if they are going into san francisco or farther out to the east bay.
>> if they are headed south to use lake merritt? >> that's right if you are headed south. >> reporter: more than 500,000, 500,000 riders expected to take b.a.r.t. this morning. take a look, dave and tori. this, crowd continues to grow here. also 11th and prodway, the -- broadway, the floats are ready. everybody wearing their warriors' gear. it will be a party. i have had six people say they will miss you greatly. >> oh,. >> reporter: i'm gonna miss you a lot. a lot of these fans are gonna miss you a lot. >> i really appreciate it. >> the cameraman waving at you. >> thank you. >> you are in a great spot, bribe. >> yes. thank you. >> thank you. 7:37. well, if you have watched any of our live team coverage and rally, i think you can gather one or two people called in sick for work today.
one fan decided to get the day off the honest way so he asked his boss. take a look at this tweet from alex sanchez. he tweeted steph curry and said my work said they would give me the day off for the day if you wrote a letter excusing my absence. steph curry tweeted back. he said, please let him off work for the parade, end quote. we're not sewer if sanches's boss lived up to his end of the bargain but we hope so. >> that's tre men thousands -- tremendous. the parade starts at 11th and broadway and moves onto grand avenue and lake merritt all the way to the kaiser convention center. the major streets that will be blocked off include 10th and 11th between broadway and mlk way. there's practically no access to lake merritt. it's too late. ktvu's special coverage of the
warriors' parade, dub nation celebration, it starts at 9:00 this morning right off we get off the air. we have cameras and reporters. you can follow the action right here and online. the today the suspect in the deadly church shooting massacre in charleston, south carolina is due in court. pam cook joins us in the studio with more on the young man accusedded and the turning -- accused and the disturbing information from his past. >> people across the country are in mourning and looking for earnses. 21-year-old dylann roof was arrested yesterday in north carolina after a woman spotted him in his car and called police. now, roof's facebook photo shows him wearing a jacket covered with two farmer apartheid governments -- former
apartheid governments in south africa. >> it was a race thing. he told me that he -- the black people were taking over the country and that the -- he wanted it to be segregation, white on black or white with the white and the black with the black. [singing] >> at a church service in charleston last night mourners remembered the nine victims of the attack, including the church's pastor. manage the other victims, a high school coach, a college counselor and a library manager. they range in age from 26 to 87. now, dylann roof has reportedly confessed to the shootings and interviews with the charleston police and the fbi. again, he will be in court later today and we'll continue to bring you updates on this story and the investigation. dave? >> all right. thank you. 7:40. san francisco police are busy. they are looking for two young women. they say they stole thousands of dollars of designer
sunglasses. look at the surveillance video. this is from the sun glass hot at the stone's town mall on may 19th. you can see the women. they are looking at glasses and they slipping them into a -- then shipping them into a bag. they were in the store for about a minute before they walked out. one of the women shoved a store employee who tries to keep them from leaving. >> no lack of remorse. they don't care. they walk in for one purpose and that's to steal. >> police say the women appear to be between 16 and 20 years old. they are about 5'5", weighing about 1 50 pounds. as you look amount that video, if you recognize them, call san francisco police. 7:41. san francisco taxi drivers are furious. coming up at 8 clks, the tension brewing over uber's alleged influence on hundreds of politicians in town this weekend. and next time you go on a hike, you may be watched. up next, the reason scientists are now using tracking devices
one of the things i want to tell you, we are looking at the traffic for you here and the traffic is actually doing pretty well in many areas. it's much lighter volume. maybe because everyone is in oakland. let's take a look at the richmond toll plaza, a little bit of heavy traffic here as you drive approaching the toll plaza area. it's just gonna be a little heavy as you drive to marin. it's not that bad. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza, that's much lighter. there are no major problems getting into san francisco. i mean, this is actually looking like -- almost like a sunday morning out there. let's go to 280 at the 880 interchange in san jose. we do have a little bit of slow traffic trying to get in the valley if you are driving up to cupertino. 101 is a little bit slow. it is definitely lighter than you normally do it. now, when tori campbell first came to "mornings on 2," i had
a little advice for her and i think that 50 -- i think i hit it head on. let's take a look at the clip. >> you know, actually, i've met tori. >> sal and i know each other. >> i didn't know you knew each other. >> okay. >> i have a tip for you. whatever, frank. he -- he starts talking about, you know, there was a time -- [laughter] >> that's a tip for you on "mornings on 2." >> i love the person laughing the loudest in the background there -- he's -- frank is a good sport. you giving him a hard time, sal. >> you know, those are some pretty huge glasses. i was also about 20 years younger. probably about 20 pound lighter. but, hey, it's all good. >> it is. >> tori, seriously, you are one of my favorite coworkers. we have a good time talking ofl
camera -- off camera as well. i'm gonna wake you up from time to time at 5:00 in the morning. i'm jealous of you not having to get up early. >> i'm gonna have my phone on silence until 8:00 a.m. >> may, sal -- >> hey, sal. >> do we love tori? >> reporter: absolutely. she's one of those -- she's one of those coworkers who has caught me a lot as a fellow tv person. we both came from radio. i know you came from radio, too, dave. all of us have that in common. it's been a lot of fun. this is just good bye for now. we'll stay friends. >> we'll be celebrating tori all morning. don't leave your tv set. okay? >> okay. thank you, sal. >> thank you. >> always a pleasure. such a great guy. i had so much fun working with him through all of the years. we're going to steve now?
>> yes. >> another classy guy. >> we did our last noon yesterday. i think we have on a -- done a thousand shows. the parade should start to be pretty nice. partly sunny, mostly sunny. overall, upper 50s. still 54. but i think it will warm up fast. 50s, 60s to near 70. cooldown yesterday now it's one day we cool it down. next day we warm it up. 50s for many. there are a few 40s and 60s. it won't take long. still an okay breeze but it looks like it's coming down in the delta. fog on parts of the coast but not as much. a couple of reports beautiful and sunny in santa cruz. warm to hot inland. that's upper 80s to near 90s. 60s and 70s. pretty much what you expect this time of year. summertime pattern which
officially begins on sunday. not only at 9:39 but also father's day. a little cooler. >> yes. >> special day all around. >> good weather to look forward to. >> all right. well, it's coming up on 7:49. scientists are putting tracking devices on people. they say they are trying to learn how our movements affect ecosystems in national parks. a recent study in yosemite tracked where people strolled through two med toes to admire the -- meadows to admire the view. >> we're admiring how beautiful you look today. we're celebrating tori campbell. she's preparing to leave us here at ktvu but coming up in 20 minutes, we'll take a look at what she's in for as she moves to her new home in seattle. >> a lot of rain, i guess. snow. while thousands are preparing to celebrate, our sister station in cleveland, making good on a wager. they don't look happy there.
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we have to say congratulations. you guys played a freat series -- great series. >> we are not ure regular lose team. >> no, we had a bet that if we lost, we with would wear the colors of the warriors. >> i really lost the bet. from all of us here from fox 8 news in cleveland, you are watching "mornings on 2." have a great day. >> we're not gloating, but for 30 minutes one of their anchors had to wear blue and yell local on their set -- yellow on their set. because the warriors won we didn't have to have a great, big lebron james fathead decorating the set. >> that would have been painful. people would have tuned out. >> you would have had to help me hold that up. >> they were great sports. >> good morning, bay area, warriors. >> made them say it twice.
>> i know. having to keep saying it for us. you know, cleveland, they did well. they did -- >> it was a tremendous series, too. a lot of people are predicting they will win next year. >> some of the oddsmakers are saying it. our time is 7:53. we're following the big warriors peas parade right -- warriors' parade right now. busy day for bart, too. riders are flocking to downtown oakland. >> a lot of people down there already. we're live with fans who have been waiting for this day for 40 years. more on their excitement ahead of the championship parade. it looks like some of that low cloud deck is burning off. we'll have your forecast and look ahead to the important weekend, especially on sunday. ♪
the dub nation is ready to celebrate. sal is getting ready to give us a report. these are live pictures from along the parade route. you can see some of the crowd there on the left. is that outside of the kaiser -- >> yes. >> and then you can see some of the floats, it looks like. maybe a duck boat on the right. we saw people showing up to claim a spot actually at 4:00 a.m. our team coverage continues in just a minute. welcome back here to "mornings on 2."
it's friday, it's june 19th. i'm dave clark. you know, it's a bittersweet day for us here at ktvu. we're celebrating the warriors and their victory parade but we're also saying farewell to my partner, tori campbell. this is the final hour of her last show. >> my last hour. my gosh. >> strange for me to say. i'm sorry. >> hard to believe after 19 years, i'm gonna be leaving. but you know, i'm not comfortable being in the spotlight. i don't really like being the center of the attention. in a way it's awesome we have the warriors' parade to talk about it. >> the timing was great. >> yes. >> we have team coverage of the warriors' celebration. we want to start with a look at weather and traffic. steve is here with a great forecast for us. >> it looks like the fog is
already burning off. there will be machines. temperatures will warm up here. we'll be in the 60s by the time the parade starts. 54 now. you can see some of that low cloud check already getting chewed up. if you are deciding to head out. if you are watching us on your phone 0 or tablet, 60 -- phone or tablet, 60, 70. temperatures cooled off yesterday. they will warm up. they will hold that into saturday/sunday. looks like we're warming up and gorgeous and sunny in vuz. there's fog near -- -- there's nothing here santa cruz. that along with high pressure means it will warm up for many. probably most except for a few near the coast. i hope someone is taking care of you with some coffee this morning. >> reporter: you know, steve?
i -- i am kind of having a hard time hearing you. but if you are talking about the weather, it's getting much better out here. i wanted to show you if i step away -- step away, look at all of these people who have shown up here at the end of the parade route which is -- the henry kaiser convention -- convention center. the traffic is lighter. everyone is already here. the traffic is going to be okay at the bay bridge toll plaza, as a matter of fact, it looks pretty good as you are driving into san francisco. as i mentioned, it looks like a sunday morning there because a lot of people are, you know, not going to work, perhaps they will going to the parade. today will be a busy day in san francisco as well with the conference of mayors and the president showing up for that. san francisco will be very busy.
we're also looking at a commute that is okay on highway 24 through the la fayette area and walnut creek. it's not bad. we are doing pretty well here driving toward the caldecott tunnel. >> reporter: again, if you are trying to come down to the parade, the parade starts on broadway. it goes for two miles, ends up here at the henry j. kaiser convention center. take public transportation. the 12th street or 19th street stations for, they will get you here. you have to walk to get to lake merritt. i'm shire you know how to do that if you have been here before. >> they are saying 5 hufn,000 people will be -- 500,000 people will be showing up. the dub nation is out in full force to celebrate the nba champion golden state warriors. tara moriarty is live in oakland where the excitement is
building for the victory celebration. >> reporter: we're out here at the lake merritt area, the staging areas where all of the players will be coming through. how excited are you guys? >> very excited. >> excited. >> reporter: who are you waiting to see? >> draymond green. >> reporter: i heard you have a little connection. >> what happened in 2012, my family was adopted by draymond green. we got a surprise and went to the lucky's and he was there and he adopted my family for a thanksgiving dinner. >> reporter: you went shopping and bought cranberries together? >> yes. my nephew wanted cereal and he said with cereal you have to have milk. he yelled no more dorm food. that was excited. >> reporter: i want to be adopted by a warriors' player.
now we're excited for you and sad you are leaving us. you are going to qatar. >> yes. >> reporter: six months. >> yes. >> reporter: can we get a little bit of an applause here [ cheers and applause ] >> serving our country, amazing. excited for the warriors. we also want to say goodbye to tori campbell. >> oh! >> bye, tori! >> reporter: and last but not least, how are you gonna sound when the warriors come out here? [ cheers ] >> i think that about sums it up. back to you guys. >> yes, it does. that was sweet to hear all of the good wishes from everybody. here is a look at the parade route. it's about 2 miles long. it starts in two hours. 11th street and broadway, west grand, lake merritt to the kaiser convention center.
major streets are blocked off, they include 10th and 11th between broadway and martin luther king, junior way. access in lake merritt will be extremely limited. our special coverage of the parade begins at 9:00 a.m. this morning right after "mornings on 2." we have cameras posted. you can follow the action at ktvu fox 2 and online at ktvu.com. >> if things are not you busy enough across the bay in san francisco, president obama he will be coming this afternoon for the u.s. mayors' conference in san francisco which starts today. janine de la vega joining us live. you are in san francisco to tell us what he will be doing here and some other highlights of that event. >> reporter: the secret service and police have been here all morning long stationed outside here with their k-9s. they've been doing sweeps here at the hilton union square and here along on o'farrell street there are signs that say no
parking, no stopping. it's a good idea to avoid the area, especially later this afternoon. president obama is expected to arrive at sfo at 1:00 p.m. he will be the keynote speaker at the mayors' conference. around 300 mayors will be discussing the economic health of their metropolitan areas. they will be addressing water conservation, transportation, education, technology and community policing. while the president is in town, he will be attending two fund- raisers. he was at one in beverly hills last night where he acknowledged his truckle to bring about the -- struggle to bring about the home and change he promised during his campaign. hillary clinton is attending a fund-raiser at the home of a real estate broker and she will be speaking at the mayors' conference on saturday morning. the city will be full of politicians. lieutenant-governor gav be newsom, nancy pelosi and -- gavin newsom, nancy pelosi and ed lee and libby schaaf is expected to attend, all we are
assuming she will be at the warriors' parade. i was handed a flier by a demonstrator from the occupy movement who basically told me that they plan on holding protests here throughout the weekend. dave, back to you. >> all right, janine de la vega in san francisco. thank you. 8:05. the ride share company's uber and lyft are among the spong sers of the conference. cabdrivers accuse the ride share companies of buying them off. a taxi group says the mayors will be wining and dining on the ride share's kime. on moond, they are scheduled to tour the headquarters in san francisco. cab drivers plan to protest outside of uc berkeleyer's offices -- of uber's offices. donations continue to pour in for the victims of the berkeley balcony collapse. a gofundme site was $126,000 at 4:00 a.m. and grew to $138,000 at 6:00
and $145,000 at 7:00. we just checked seconds ago. it's now more than $152,000. meanwhile, the investigation into tuesday's balcony collapse is continuing. the city of berkeley released construction blueprints and independent engineers reviewing the documents say the balcony should have held up if it was built to specifications. 8:07. later today, that suspect in the deadly church shooting massacre in charleston, south carolina he's due in court. 21-year-old dylann roof was arrested yesterday in north carolina. a woman spotted him and his car and called the police. now, roof's facebook page shows him wearing a jacket. it's covered with flags from two farmer apartheids in africa. his friend said he was obsessed with race things. >> it was a race thing. the black -- he said the black people were taking over the
country. and that the -- that he wanted it to be segregation. white on black or -- white with the white and the black with the black. >> last night at this comuch service in charleston. mourners remembered the nine victims of that attack, including the church's pastor. among the other victims, a high school coach, a college counselor and a library manager. ages range from 26 to 87. back here at home, bay area religious leaders they are reacting to what happened at the church shooting. at soul 'restaurant a monthly meeting of ame church leaders just happened to come on the day after the shooting at the charleston church. they say the shooting is a reminder. racism is alive in america. and they know -- they noted that south carolina is still openly honors the confederacy and the history of slavery. the pastors say while they do have some security at their churches, it's more important
to create an environment where everyone feels welcome and safe. done in 60 seconds. a bold theft caught on camera, at a high-end sun glass store. up next, the video police are hoping will lead to an arrest. and a criminal investigation surrounding five- hour energy drinks. up next, the counterfeit operation that now has 1 1 people in trouble with the law. the sun is already breaking through some of that fog bank. it looks like an earlier burnoff. temperatures will be burning off. and we'll also look ahead to sunday. we'll see if it will be warmer and cooler.
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s ♪ ♪ >> reporter: good morning. 8:12. welcome back to "mornings on 2." red hot chili pep percent and "can't stop." sal's traffic jams dedicated to tori campbell. her last broadcast, going out with a bang and we have great music. i must commend you some of these songs that are on my play list in the car. there you go. >> i'm gonna be driving with my 22-year-old son cross-country after this. and we have debate going about what kind of music we'll listen to. >> you have her dancing in the studio. >> reporter: that's good. >> thank you, sal. a nice shot there also. here's another live picture. look at this. we have team coverage this morning along the parade route in downtown oakland. seeing people arriving since 4:00 a.m. sal is out there, of course, at
the site where the rally will happen. tara is there among the crowds. brian flores is cover the situation on b.a.r.t. and our coverage continues in a few minutes. we're getting ready for the parade. really excited. >> the warriors and tori all in one day. >> too much. in the news, u.s. attorney's office in northern california, they indicted 11 people accused of selling counterfeit bottles of five- hour energy. they are accused of mixing and relabeling the bottles. millions of the fake energy drink made it to mexico, between 2009 and 2012. tom hanks is in negotiations to play sully sullenberger. we star in the film based on --
the film is based on the hudson river. the plane became disabled after hitting a flock of geese. i had a chance to interview sully also. great guy. >> good stuff. 8:15 on this tori campbell day. let's check in with sal. how does it look? >> reporter: it looks okay. there are a couple of problems. we'll have continuing coverage of getting here to the warriors' parade. just a quick advice to use public transportation. b.a.r.t., 12th street, 19th street stations and you can walk around oakland. if you are a good walker, it will go well for you. let's go to the maps. i want to show you something. northbound 101 near tully there is a truck that's pulled over, a tanker truck that's venting some fumes that's concerning some people. northbound 101 is going to be a
little bit slow in the area there. but the rest of the commute is actually doing okay. also looking at the commute here, if you are driving on some of the other freeway, let's take a look at live pictures. you can see the traffic is moving okay on the san mateo bridge. we can go to the bay bridge and traffic is also moving along very well. so many people are coming to the warriors's parade. we -- warriors' parade. we have at least a hundred thousand, probably more expected in oakland. most people -- all of those people are not driving. and also in san francisco, we have a big day with president obama attending the mayors' conference. today will be a special day with traffic. i would advise you to bring your patience and use public transportation if you can. now for the weather, let's go to steve in the studio. steve? sal, can you hear me? >> reporter: yes. >> has anyone brought you coffee for crying out loud?
>> reporter: no. i could sure use a cup. i'm not complaining. it's a great day to be in oakland. the weather is warming up. i don't have any complaints. >> there you go. we can see the sun. the fog is burning off. that means temperatures which were quite cool about 4:00 a.m. are now starting to warm up nice for the parade. it looks like it will be sunny, mostly sunny. i think by 10:00 a.m., most of the fog will be gone. there wasn't much inland. what was there burned off very soon. a lot of sun. decreasing amounts of low clouds. 60s, upper 60s to near 70. a cooldown yesterday. today, that's not the case. high pressure builds right back in starts to warm us up and the fog doesn't have much of a chance. 50s, 60s for some. still a decent delta breeze. it won't get that hot. it will warm up. we'll carry that warming into sunday and then a cooldown starts on sunday. sunny and warmer two very good friends of mine are in for
today. 60s, 70s, coast and bay. warmer on saturday and then father's day. the first official day of summer on sunday with a cooling trend should take us into monday and tuesday. tori, it's all or nothing out here in california. haven't had a drop of rain in a couple of years. i hear it rains a little bit up north, up toward the pacific northwest. here we are verses them. >> okay. [laughter] >> we're out in january enjoying record heat. just remember, the rain and snow and 50s and 40s. >> i have my umbrellas packed, some boots and some sweaters and rain boats. it's gonna be a little bit of an adjustment. >> at least you are on the west coast. >> and no not too far. >> a short hop away and still have a lot of family and friends. we'll be down to visit. you won't see the end of me. >> no. >> okay. we'll take a break and be right back. ♪
hi, tori. this is libby schaaf. i want to congratulate you on your retirement and your 19 years of truth telling, of helping democracy say strong and telling the stories that need to be told. in honor of your retirement and your 19 years of service, we're declaring today, june 19th as tori campbell day in the city of oakland and invite all
citizens to celebrate you on this special day. conexwrasmlations -- congratulations, tori. >> that's amazing. >> and in honor of tori campbell day, we thought we would bring in special guests to present the official proclamation. i think you will remember these two gentlemen. >> oh! >> tori campbell day. >> how about that? >> so good to see you. thanks for getting up early. >> thank you for coming in. you thought it was warriors' day. >> ross mcgown. >> you look exactly the same. it's kind of scary looking at the photos. >> their this is what the proclamation looks like. it has a lot of whereacs. it's your -- where as.
the basketball team, who are they? yeah. great guys. doesn't this take you back. >> it does. >> it doesn't seem possible it was 19 years when i started. >> we have had semuch fun and seeing ross -- had so much fun and seeing ross again. >> we had a good time together. we were a good team the we worked hard but we had fun also. you taught me so much. both of you did. i came in as a rookie. >> how about tv, though? [laughter] >> he's still got it. >> how are you feeling today? >> oh, man. >> 19 years. >> yeah. >> it's hard to believe. it really is. it's kind of a whole swirl of emotions. i'm excited about the next chapter. but i'm really sad to be leaving so many nice people. it's hard. it is the end of an era. it's the end of a multi-part series. >> what are you gonna do? >> taking the summer off. i'm gonna travel and drive with
my son to st. louis, get him settled there. spend about a month at our lake cottage in michigan and decompress and relax. my decision will be do i go paddleboarding or kayaking today? really gonna be tough and then we'll go up to the seattle area. my husband has been up there working for six years. >> i wonder if after six months, you will go gosh, i want to get back into it or you will go, i've been there, done that, fine. >> i'm not making any specific plans. i'm gonna keep my options open and see what happens. >> i can guarantee you in six months, you won't say that. there's one member of your family who was unable to be here but he did want to send this message. >> really? oh, good. >> hi, mom. i can't believe it's already your last day but apparently it's here. i'm sorry i can't be with you in pesh. but i'm sending love -- person.
but i'm sending you love from new york. >> that's andrew. he has a puppy. >> is he at nyu? >> yes, he just finished his sophomore year. >> is that blue -- >> blue hair, yep. >> my daughter has lime green and pink. >> there's my son lawrence. 21st birthday. >> he just graduated from santa clara. >> not doing well. >> no. no. they suffered with a working mom. >> you start to realize how old you are. i sound like my bad. i remember when they were so tiny. they were -- >> when i started nine months and almost three and you could track my whole career by watching them grow and get older. they -- it was -- we had some balancing issues sometimes dealing with being a mom and working but, like i said, the shift has been great and i think they've turned out okay. >> what are you gonna to with
your alarm clock? [laughter] >> throw it out the window. >> i'm curious and then i have to go. >> what's the biggest change you've seen in morning news? >> that's a good question. you know, i think when we first started, we -- you, there was -- you could have a longer time. could you get it breathe. talk to your guests and it's become more and more compacted. i think a lot of it has to do with the internet, social media, people want things quickly. they want things more concise and tighter. but people are really savvy, a lot of technology. experience and also the social immediate jaw aspect. you are really big on facebook. >> oh, my goss. it's changed -- oh, my gosh. it's changed everything. >> well, i text. >> you to? oh. i was the first one back when -- i used the term drag drag and drop -- drag and drop. >> oh. [laughter] >> they didn't understand the
term. i had to introduce -- >> wasn't rockin' ross about -- >> to the san joaquin valley. we have more of the celebration and we'll do that and talk more about the parade that starts at 9:00. >> this little parade thing. >> thanks for being here. >> kind of going back. >> brings back a lot of memories. ♪ ♪you've got a friend in me ♪
♪ we have tori campbell music. the warriors' spirit live and well this morning. the agency is building for the warriors's victory parade. it's due to start in the 0 minutes -- 90 minutes. you know, the warriors weren't the only ones who emerged victorious at the end of the nba final series. as the team started to go head to head, we made a friendly bet with our sister station in cleveland ohio. this is what was at stake for us at ktvu. >> if we win, we have a new anchorman for you. he will be on your set. if not, we're sending deli in, too. he's aggressive. >> he was. thanks to the warriors, guess what, guys, this is the end
result. >> good morning, bay area, warriors' fans. it's a tough day for us in cleveland but we're holding up our end of the bargain. we have to say congratulations, you guys played a great series. >> we're not your regular news team. >> no we had a bet. if we lost, we would wear the colors for the warriors. >> i really lost the bet. >> you really lost the bet. >> so from all of us here from fox 8 in cleveland, you are watching "mornings on 2". >> and they had to say, you are watching "mornings on 2." good sports. you look good in the colors. they had to wear the strength in numbers t-shirts. you you wore it well for 30 minutes. looked a little glum. but they were good sports. we were able to avoid the lebron james fathead on ours. >> thank you, steph curry, thank you, warriors.
iguodala. >> got iggy with us. welcome back. a big day. we're celebrating the nba champs but we're also saying farewell to our friend, our buddy, tori campbell. >> hard to believe. my final half-hour. but we got the warriors' colors going. i got the blue. you got the gold. we're all set. we want to start with weather and traffic. steve, you have a lovely day on top for the parade. >> i do. did somebody send me back in time? i could have sworn i just heard ross mcgown's voice. when ross used to come in, he busted me up. never gets old. we have a little bit of a low cloud deck. it will burn off. temperatures will start to warm up. it looks warmer. sunday we'll cool it down. first official day of summer. the dwrt southwest has been baking. it looks like 60s and 70s for
the warriors' parade all good. raquel is in the mission. what a tad day, no more tc. this will tote lit mess up my twitter alphabet. very nice raquel. we appreciate that. we have a warmup starting today. the breeze has tailed off. fog is getting chewed up. 60s already for some. 50s for others. it looks like day a where the sea breeze is still there. but not as strong as yeadz. overall, temperatures very typical of what we see. morning fog, not much as we had yesterday. sunny and warmer. warm to hot inland. 8 ox 90s -- 80s, 90s. 60s. sal, it's like going down memory lane here today. >> reporter: it sure is, steve. one of the things that i remember when i see ross mcgown, all of those snide age jokes i used to make have come back to me. i was standing here a while ago and some guy who looks like he's 27 with a full-grown beard
said i used to watch you when i was 8. i said get lost. >> i've heard that, too, sal. >> reporter: i used to say that ross. ross, if you are watching this broadcast, i'm getting it back, my friend. tori, we're gonna miss you. if you are gonna come down here today, maybe tori will come down here. there are a lot of people in blue and gold at -- at the henry j. kaiser convention sent center -- center. please come with patience. there are a lot of people out here. the best way to get here is public transportation. one of the things i want to show you is the traffic cameras and the eastshore freeway, looks pretty normal. it's a little bit slow in some areas. for the most part, it's been a nice drive heading out to the eastshore freeway. and getting to the bay bridge toll plaza, there is a little bit of slowing as you can see in emeryville. when up get to the toll plaza, it looks like a sunday morning.
it's nice and light getting into san francisco. but not so fast if you are driving into san francisco today, the conference of mayors is in town. some 300 mayors from all over the country are coming. president obama is going to speak. there will be some street closures. so driving your car into the city, even though it looks good at the bay bridge, may not be the -- [no audio] >> all right. there you go, sal. >> reporter: one of the things that we wanted to let you guys know is we are going to see a lot of people out here in oakland today. now, brian floor res is in the mid -- brian flores is in the middle of a sea of people and is covering the parade. >> reporter: hey, sal. good morning. we're on 11th and broadway with a few thousand of my friends. [ cheers ] >> reporter: dub nation, it's all over oakland here this
morning. a lot of people on 11th and broadway, the beat ginning of the parade -- beginning of the parade route. [ cheers ] [audio difficulties] >> reporter: many people that we spoke with say the ride has been pretty smooth so far. b.a.r.t. is running their service all day long. >> we're asking people to follow directions and use either 12th street or 19th street if they are going in san francisco or farther out to the east bay. >> we're having a little bit of a technical problem because of all of this happening in downtown oakland with brian. but we'll check back with him and the crowd later on. let's check with tori campbell and get the headlines. >> thank you, steve.
south carolina's governor says the suspect in the charleston church shooting should face the death penalty. and nbc reports that dylann roof confessed to the crime. the 21-year-old is scheduled to appear in out today. he was arrest -- appear in court today. he was arrested in north carolina yesterday after a woman driving to work spotted him and called police. he's accused of killing six women and three men at a prayer meeting. people who know him say he talked about doing something pause he said blacks were taking over the world. while roof was being hunted down by police, a gospel singer reached out to him on facebook with a message that went viral. it reads in part, if you are still out there and you have your phone with you, give your heart to jesus and confess your sins with a heart of forgiveness. he's the only one that can save your soul. marcus stanley explains why he did it. >> i asked myself what could i do to make a difference?
what could i do in the situation? what could i do to bring some hope? i reached out to him directly instead of putting the post up for my own page. i reached out to him. >> stanley is the victim of gang violence in 2004, he says he was shot eight times after being confronted by gang members. he says it took him a long time but he was able to forgive them. he says that is why he is able to forgive roof. roof is back in south carolina and currently being held at a detention center pending a bond hearing. well, san francisco police searching for two young women who they say stole thousands of dollars in designer sunglasses. now look at this surveillance video. this is from the sun glass hat at the mall on may 19th. you can see the women. they are looking at glass, then slipping them into a bag. police say there were only in the store for about a minute before they walked out. you can see one of the women shove a store employee who tried to stop them from leaving. police say the women appear to
be between 16 and 20 years old. they are about 5'5" weighing about 150 pounds. you have seen the video. if you have any information, call san francisco police. well, pruitt water park in antioch is being investigated right now after more than two dozen children complained about feeling sick. firefighters, paramedics and about 18 ambulances rushed to the park yesterday afternoon. 34 children complained of breathing problems, sore throats and they were coughing. 17 of them were taken to the hospital. a hazmat team was called in to inspect that pool and also where the chemicals were stored. they say the pool samples showed a higher level of chlorine but they say it wasn't high enough to make so many children sick. stop interviewing and transfer everyone. that's the new twist in a staffing tis sput we told you about on monday at a sunnyvale
elementary school. the school district had told parents at west valley elementary it would fix tensions between administrators and teachers by having the school's staff all reapply for their jobs. now they've learned they will not be allowed to return to that campus. that's because the cupertino education association believed the interview process would not be fair to everyone. it asks the district to issue job transfers, 25 teachers and 15 other staff members are affected. they will all be giving to other schools in the district. 8:40. tc, did you hear what happened to the panda? >> no, i didn't. >> pablo sandoval has been benched. we'll tell you what happened on social media that got him into big trouble with his team, the boston red sox. i've been looking at weather pictures all morning. we see a sunny and warmer forecast. we'll talk about that and what's in store for the weekend. boll female announcer: when you see this truck, it means another neighbor
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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] ♪ we are farmers bum - pa - dum bum - bum - bum - bum ♪ ♪ >> reporter: tori campbell's music list on this day, "elevation" by u2.
your music is as good as your newsibility. this is sal's traffic jales. next william we will return to taking requests from our viewers but today it's all about tori campbell. >> this is one of my favorite songs. you have me dancing in here, sal. traffic looks pretty good here, too. well, scientists are putting tracking devices on people. they say they are trying to learn how our movements affect ecosystems in national parks. a recent study at yosemite tracked where people stroll through two meadows and pause now and then to admire the view. police in los gatos, they arrested two people accused of roshing south bay schools and -- robbing south bay schools and stealing items. police say andrew holloway and nicole stafford were tracked down after a car was scene leave -- leaving the school. when police searched the car, they say stolen laptops,
electronics, i.d. cards and even sports equipment were found. police say the stolen property came from two different schools. holloway and stafford face burglary charges. pablo sandoval was benched by the boston red sox for last night's game for using instagram during the game the night before. he admitted to team officials he was on the photo sharing site during the 7th inning of wednesday's game against the braves when he left the -- left the bench to use the bathroom. a blogger noticed it. the red sox require phones and other devices to be shut off 30 minutes before the first pitch. pablo sandoval, good for him, admitted he made a mistake and apologized to his teammates and the organization. the red sox, of course, signed him to a five-year $95 million contract last year. it was hard for a lot of giants' fans to see him go. >> yeah. all right. you heard the mayor of oakland declare today tori
campbell day. wasn't that great? >> what an honor. >> you did real good. honoring you. and we're also -- the other big story is the warriors' victory parade. sal is out there. you are along lake merritt looking at the parade route and the commute. >> reporter: yes. most people trying to get here -- a lot of people are already here and you can see for yourself that it is filled up here. this is right in front of the henry k. kaiser convention center where people are already getting their spot for today's rally. as a matter of fact, the parade will go through the city streets of oakland and end up here right in front of the henry k. kaiser convention center. light white house community charter school put on our facebook page that they are sending the school here. i have a feeling they are not the only one. we have all kind of people here. my best advice, don't bring
your car. take public transportation. if you are healthy enough to walk around oakland today, today is a great day to do that. as we take it back to you and steve, i just want to say my goodbyes. we will be talking again, but it may not be on ktvu television. take it eetion -- take it easy. i will call you later. >> we'll continue to be in touch. i have your phone number. >> reporter: let's go to steve for the forecast. thank you, sal. sunny for many locations. had some fog. it's retreating pretty fast. it looks like a warmer day. a little cool. it's not too bad. a lot of sunshine. you can some of the fog getting choo chewed -- chewed up. we'll start a cooldown on father's day and the first official day of summer. mid-60s, maybe upper 60s to near 70. one of our loyal fans wish tc
all of the best as she leaves. you 5 novato. keeping it in marin county, kevin leavey, one of our great weather knowledge people and observers say may the sun always shine on your parade, tori. >> oh, that's really nice. >> lovely. very kind. thank you. >> can temperatures near average to slightly above. it all looks good for some morning fog. it's all retreating back to the coast. sunny and warmer weather. a little breeze at times. but not like yesterday. 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. tomorrow will be warmer. after that, we'll see a cooler pattern on sunday, monday, tuesday. much cooler. but the first day of summer and also father's day. >> just a special day. >> very much so.
♪>> love the music. we are down to the final minutes of our "mornings on 2" with tori campbell. after 19 years, this beautiful lady, tori campbell, is saying goodbye, moving onto the next stage of her life. she will be leaving the bay area, heading to the pacific northwest. and tori, since you are gonna have a lot more time on your hands, your family had an idea of a great way for you to spend that time. so for more on that, let's bring in a couple of more special guests. your husband, larry and your son lawrence. come on in, guys. this is tori's husband, larry and her son, lawrence. >> congratulations. >> thank you. larry is a big golfer. >> one of the best around. >> lawrence can outhit him now. i keep threatening to learn how
to play golf. i -- >> look at that. >> we give it to you at some risk. many in the family know the last two times she started to play golf, she got pregnant. [laughter] >> lawrence, did you help pick this out? what do you think about your mom playing golf? >> it will be different having her and dad go out. >> i'm glad you got the hot pink. i won't be confused. this is very cool. yeah. >> golf takes a lot of time, as i know, my husband plays most weekends. >> you are a golf widow. >> not anymore. my mom started to play the same age i am and is a champion. >> she picked out a tutor for you in michigan. >> i will -- i will help if you
like. >> well, congratulations and tori, there were a lot of people who were part of your 19 years at ktvu. a few of them -- come on in. they want to help say goode boy to you in a
proper way. you see familiar faces, franc somerville, ross mcgown, ro duncan. >> oh, my gosh! >> bill murray, the whole station. >> this is wonderful. >> everybody is coming in from all over the building. >> wow. >> to say goodbye. >> oh, my gosh. >> come on. let's pile on in here. everybody come in. >> wow. >> oh, my gosh. all of these familiar faces. >> a special day. >> hi, diane. so good to see you. ken, oh, my gosh! >> come on, everybody. >> come on in. come on in. >> dan a and cheryl and elizabeth and rex and megan and betsy, steve. wonderful friends from danville
who are supporting. jan, i met when i was pregnant with lawrence. >> oh! >> boy, this is so special. what a wonderful, wonderful surprise. so many wonderful people. it's so great for you to be here. thank you so much. it's never easy to say a final goodbye.
this is the time i have to do it. i don't want to make this a long, drawnout affair. i simply want to say thank you for the privilege and the honor of beefing -- of bringing you the news every morning and noon for the last 19 years. >> 19 years. >> i really could not have imagined a better job for me. i have loved every single minute of it. i know i wasn't perfect. there were bumps in the road but i always tried my best. at some point, every journey comes to an end. i'm so blessed to be able to step aside at a time that feels right for me and hang out with this guy. it's -- it's never easy leaving so many great people here. i can't wait for the next
adventure. thank you for your support. thank you for putting up with me for 19 years and for the very last time, thank you for watching ktvu. [ applause ] >> you did good. thank you, tori. >> i was at -- awas at candlestick park. >> >> i was thinking back to when we worked together on "mornings on 2" and how much fun that was. >> the duchess of danville. >> well, the mayor of danville, heard about it and made her the duchess of danville pretty
cute. >> nine months later, the country is still captivated by sully sullenberger. it's a pleasure to have you here. the crowd are heading into the mall. tori, you are a lovely professional lady. i'm gonna miss you. but you've worked hard. enjoy yourself. best of luck to you in seattle. thanks for everybody. good luck. >> i'm so excited for you and the family and the next chapter in your life. wishing you nothing but the best. >> no word can express how great you are as a journalist and as a person. good luck to you. >> go, warriors! [ cheers ] >> let's hear it for tori