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diesel fuel on interstate 680. the problem it is causing for the morning commute. good morning and thank you for joining us here on "mornings on 2". it is wednesday, may 30 . i am pam cook. >> i am dave clark. steve paulson is here with the weather. it is cool outside. >> cooler, for sure. >> i love the breeze. we were in the mid-90s yesterday and others dropped a good 5 or 10 degrees. a system will move in when the west wind will kick in big time. low clouds are making the strong search. with fairfield has gusts of 31 out of the west-southwest and vacaville is west-southwest and napa is south--- west- southwest. we have a lot of 50s. livermore is -10 compared to this time yesterday.
single digits for everybody else. a system will move through that will open up the door to a cooler pattern today and tomorrow. 50s, 60s and 70s today. we have a big rig crash that happened. the truck spilled about 70 gallons of fuel on southbound 680 just past alcosta. the three right lanes are closed north of the 580-680 interchange. you don't see it affecting traffic too much. you can expect that if it does not get cleared up soon, it could type things up. here is a map where you see the traffic hazard icon blanking on 680. now we will go to the altamont pass to show you what the drive is like from tracy.
no specific things to tell you about, just the usual crowd as people drive in toward livermore, oakland and san francisco. looking at 880 in oakland, north and southbound look pretty good. there are no problems to tell you about. the toll plaza is a nice drive as you make your way onto the span. we are waiting to see how nancy pelosi, the house democratic leader, will respond to president trump is very angry statement last night that pelosi loves the notorious international gang, ms 13. >> she is a tool of chuck schumer and of course, the ms 13 lover, nancy pelosi. >> the president held a rally in nashville, tennessee last night and endorsed republican senate candidate marsha blackburn. during his speech, he blasted
her opponent, calling him a tool of pelosi and democratic senate leader, chuck schumer of new york. roseanne barr is defending herself after she first apologized for a racist tweet that led to her hit tv show being abruptly canceled. late last night, rosie and tweeted she was sorry for her tweet, but she also said quote, i am tired of being attacked and belittled more than other comedians who have said worse. we show you how this all started and how a former top adviser to president obama, who was the target of roseanne barr's offensive tweet responded. >> this is our 45th anniversary. to two months ago roseanne barr
was riding high with the return of her hit saccone, "roseanne". this tweet from the show's star and cocreator ended all. muslim brotherhood and planet of the apes equals vj. that meant valerie jarrett hit back on social media. roseanne barr apologize to valerie jarrett and all- americans. she said she was sorry about making a bad joke about her politics and her looks. forgive me if my joke was in bad taste. the president of abc entertainment said roseanne's twitter statement is aborted, repugnant and inconsistent with their values and we have decided to cancel her show. the disney ceo added on his twitter page, there was only one thing to do here, and that was the right thing. abc network breast took a gamble on roseanne after president trump's alexa win. she received a call from the president congratulating her on the shows success. political scientist, james taylor, waiting. >> they knew what they were getting. they made a risk
assessment and thought they could get away with roseanne's past not being a big issue. as she continued to medal in these conspiracy theories, eventually she combined them with an insult that was directed toward an african- american woman. >> reporter: kept her 20 year absence, the show returned in margin quickly became a number one hit for abc with an audience of over 18 million viewers for the first show. sarah gilbert, who spearheaded the relaunch, tweeted in part, i am disappointed by her actions to say the least. valerie jarrett says a lesson can be learned. >> we have to turn it into a teaching moment. i am fine. i am worried about all of the people out there who do not have a circle of friends and followers who do not come to their defense. >> free speech is one thing, people's right to turn you off
or turn off the tv is another. all starbucks will be open again today starting in about a half hour from now. yesterday afternoon, starbucks shut down all company-owned coffee shops for diversity training. 175,000 employees across the country watched videos featuring the ceo of starbucks and the rapper known as common talking about racial bias and what it means. the reaction of starbucks customers we talked to was mixed. >> i don't see how this training is going to end discrimination. are they going to do this training every time someone gets hired? when training does not do it, not even a little bit. >> they did something. you have to look at that. in these times, there is not a whole lot being done. >> starbucks says it will keep investing in seminars for employees, but they are not saying how much money it lost by shutting down those 8000 stores for a half day. retail analysts speculate it was about $70 million.
happening today, their dueling rallies in the south bay in connection with the effort to remove a judge from the bench. he was heavily criticized for handing down a six month sentence to a former swimmer who was found guilty of sexual assault. this morning at 9:30 am, supporters of the recall petition will rally outside the san jose law offices of his attorney. his attorney has been trying to blame his victim for what happened, saying she had been drinking and she was not actually attacked. at 12:15 pm today, supporters of the judge will hold a no recall rally at the santa clara valley offices. supporters include judges and attorneys to say using public pressure to remove a sitting judge threatens the independence of the judiciary. seven men were arrested, accused of inappropriately touching young girls in the sacramento area at a waterpark during the mid-cogic.
-- memorial day weekend. it's said to have happened in roseville. victims range in age from 13 to 38. >> it appears the individuals worked in a coordinated fashion to get a young victim near them or around them and then they first treated -- proceeded to inappropriately touch the victim. >> these guys, i think they were acting out. i don't know if they could swim. they acted like they could not swim. >> police say security guards at the waterpark were first alerted to the men after several girls reported being touched at the wave pool. more young girls came forward with similar claims when police arrived.
authorities in santa cruz county are investigating a brutal attack monday morning. masked men broke in and attacked three teenagers who were sleeping with a hammer. one of those teenagers is in a coma. >> reporter: this quiet neighborhood is where investigators say three teenage boys were targeted in a brazen and brutal attack over the memorial day weekend. >> this is the proverbial perfect neighborhood, the fact that it happened so close, we haven't had anything that dramatic ever. it is pretty spooky. >> reporter: around 1:40 am on memorial day, the sheriff's office says at least three mast suspects entered a home on monte vista drive and with a hammer, began assaulting two six euros and a 17-year-old, some of whom were sleeping. >> two were sleeping. it was immediate. whence they came into the garage, the attack happened.
it was very quick and very violent. the suspects stole a few items and left the garage. >> reporter: authorities say two of the assulted students are students at a nearby high school. one had a skull factor -- a skull fracture and was placed into a medically induced coma. >> we haven't heard how they are doing. >> this couple have owned a home in the neighborhood where the attack happened for more than four decades and call it unsettling. >> just the brutality of it was a surprise to me. the fact that it happened, and then when you start to get details, as far as what really did happen, that is scary stuff. cogic authorities confirm drugs were recovered, but say the motive is still unclear. >> this is a targeted attack and it could be for a variety of reasons. we don't want to focus our investigation on one aspect right now.
>> reporter:, surveillance camera captured what appeared to be them leaving. the only description of the suspects is that they are between the ages of 18 and 20. 40 animal rights protesters are under arrest. still ahead, the demonstration at a sonoma county chicken farm. progress with north korea, or so it seems. i am doug luzader in washington, d.c. we have the latest on the summit between president trump and kim jong un . we have a crash on south bend 680 that has closed three lanes in the southbound direction just before the 580 interchange. traffic is moving along just fine right now in this live
the details for president trump's summit with north korean leader, kim jong un, on june 12. >> secretary of state mike pompeo goes to new york and will meet with the highest ranking official from north korea to visit the u. s. in decades. >> reporter: we have gone from no summit at all last week to full steam ahead this morning with a number of moving parts on two continents to try to make this happen. president trump at a campaign rally last night in tennessee. north korea was clearly on his mind, singling out national security advisor john bolton, who was in the audience. >> they think he is so nasty and so tough that i have to hold him back. that is pretty great.
he is doing a great job. you better get some rest. we have some pretty good negotiations coming up. >> reporter: a lot of negotiating ahead with the daunting timeline. >> they will need to get things in order rather quickly. there is not a lot of time here. i think they rushed it. >> reporter: later today, we expect a top north korean official to arrive in new york, an extraordinary move in and of itself. he is expected to meet with u. s. secretary of state, mike pompeo. several time zones away their talks along the dmz between usn north korean teams. likewise in singapore, advanced -- vans teams for both countries are meeting. >> i think it is pretty impressive thinking about where we were one year ago or six months ago. now we have three simultaneous meetings taken place on this matter to talk about the deek nuclear euthanization of the korean peninsula. -- the denuclearization of the korean peninsula. >> reporter: in washington, doug luzader, foxnews. a san francisco city
attorney issued subpoenas to uber and lyft. here's ordering the companies to clarify whether they classify their drivers as employees or independent contractors. uber and lyft have both maintained their drivers are independent contractor -- contractors, which would free them from following laws on minimum wage, sick leave and healthcare benefits. it came after a california supreme court decision that taken the definition of independent contractors within the state. allie rasmus is in for sal castendo. >> we have a crash that we have been keeping an eye on on south bound 680 just before the 580 interchange.
we have a live picture to show you. you can see on the right-hand of your screen the three right lanes are blocked. this is in san ramon. there was a big rig that crashed. it ruptured the fuel tank and 70 gallons of that fuels -- of that fuel spilled out. it is moving along without any problems, but it is still early. hopefully they can get these three lanes reopened and get this cleaned up before the height of the morning commute. you don't see any rain around the map because of the early- morning hour. not that many people on the roadway right now. let's go to the south bay and the drive from gilroy through morgan hill on 101 looks good. your only issues in the south bay are a car fire reported on 85 and a truck blocking one of the right lanes as they work to put that out. 280 south north of page mill road, there is unknown debris
blocking the two right lanes. that is on the upper left part of your screen. 280 in josi looks good -- in san jose looks good. the san mateo bridge, now is a good time to make your way west onto the peninsula. there is not a lot of traffic at this hour. let's go over to steve paulson. there is a lot of sniffling going on over there. >> trees and grasses right now. a bigger fog bank equals cooler for everybody today, even those well inland. some warmed up and others cooled off a little yesterday. it will be cooler for all. breezy to windy, gusts are already 30+. in travis you can see the system sliding across. that has opened the door for an onshore wind and a low cloud that, that was not existing yesterday. it has established itself. oakland, hayward and sfo will be effective first. everyone for the most part is in the 50s in a few upper 40s. occidental and alina valley.
winds are breezy. low clouds got wiped out yesterday but they have come back big time today. they will be with us today and tomorrow for significant cold him. 50s, 60s and 70s. even the most inland locations will see a temperature drop today. temperatures will settle in today and tomorrow and will be average for friday. inland temps will warm up again saturday and sunday. most of them, anyway. the coast and bay do not look bad. a jury found magician david copperfield not liable for a man's injuries at one of his shows. coming up, we will tell you about the lawsuit that stems
the attorney is screening them so a federal court can decide which documents should be protected by attorney-client privilege. the attorney has already turned over nearly 300,000 pages to the government and has submitted her first bill for her work. it is more than $47,000. half will be paid by the government, the other half by michael cohen and the trump organization. magician david copperfield has been cleared of causing a man's injury during one of his shows in las vegas. the couple will get no money from david copperfield, the mgm grand hotel or several other businesses in the lawsuit they filed. the man said he suffered brain trauma and other injuries in 2013 when he fell backstage after stagehands told him to run during a trick. the trick looked like he and others disappeared from the stage and reappeared in the back of the theater. the jury ruled that david copperfield was not responsible but was negligent for the man's
injuries. the republican governor of missouri stepped down following allegations of sexual assault, blackmail and campaign-finance violations. >> i came to office to fight for the people limited -- of missouri. i came to fight for the forgotten. >> governor eric greitens was facing possible impeachment over an inch extramarital affair and allegations he misused campaign donations. he will resign effective friday. he said the ordeal has caused incredible strain on his family and cost him millions of dollars in legal fees. a u.s. attorney who serves in california says he will focus his drug fighting efforts on illegal marijuana farms in recreation areas. mcgregor scott says he will direct his staff and financial resources that illegal growers who were turning national forests and parks into danger zones. scott says the problem is worse since california legalized
marijuana. he says mexican drug cartels have moved in and are using outlawed pesticides to kill plants and animals as well as booby tracks -- booby-traps to keep people away from their crops. an official says there is the tunnel that may have been used by bonnie parker and clyde barrow, better known as bonnie and clyde during their depression-era crime way. that tunnel was discovered by the boarded up wall at an old hotel where bonnie and clyde were known to live when they were hiding. the hotel had a history of bootlegging and rough poker games. there is no evidence directly linking bonnie and clyde to that tunnel, but a tourism official says he will keep looking. southwest airlines is apologizing to the head coach of a woman's -- women's basketball team. they asked her to prove her biracial son was really hers.
a loaded gun brought into a bay area high school campus. we tell you how that student was eventually caught. things are looking good on most of the roadways in the bay area. we are keeping an eye on road closures on 680 southbound in the tri-valley area. we will have more on that coming up. for many, the breeze kicked in another wind has kicked in near the delta. we have 50s for the most part. we had 60s yesterday at this time.
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it is the middle of the week already, wednesday, may 30. i am dave clark. >> i am pam cook. welcome to a cooler day. i love that breeze coming in. >> it was hot for some yesterday, it cooled off of others, but today everyone cools off. >> it will warm up again. >> for the weekend. i were mainly cool may got an interruption was some 90s inland. today it will be a lot of 60s and 70s with a weak system coming in. that has ushered in a bigger fog bank, a stronger delta brazen a cooler air mass, by far. there it is. as it sets up, it will open the door to a breeze all the way out to the delta to sacramento. 50s for many, 60s for some. pittsburg is 59. 49 in black hawk. that is pretty cool. a mix of low and high clouds and a cooler pattern. 50s, 60s and 70s. we will go back to the big rig. those three