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if you're just waking up and tuning in, it is wednesday, may 30. i am pam cook. >> i am dave klug. let's talk about traffic. allie rasmus has her hands full this morning. >> we will start with southbound 680 near the dublin area. right now the three lanes before the 580 interchange are still shut down. that is because of an earlier incident involving a big rig. this is the view from the caltrans traffic camera. this is southbound 680 near pine valley road. you can see a lot of headlights in that direction. that camera is loading, maybe we can get it going. traffic is moving at a crawl. let's show you video what happened earlier. around 2 am there was a big rig
that according to chp, may have hit some debris in the roadway. it ended up on the right hand shoulder. the fuel tank ruptured and spilled about 70 gallons of diesel fuel on the road. in the past several hours avon client -- trying to clean that up before they can reopen the freeway completely. at last check, according to the chp 10 minutes ago, the three right lanes of the stretch of highway were still closed down. that has created a backup in that area. you can see it on the map. in the last half hour, there was another crash in that same area that happened involving three vehicles. you can see the earlier lane closures possibly leading to some fender bender's. that is making a bad situation worse. be aware of that in that area. southbound 680 just before the 580 interchange. taking a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. metering lights are on. it looks like a 20 to 25 minute delay to get onto the span. unless you and the carpool lanes, you can squeeze some extra people driving into the city, you might have an easier time getting through. transit buses are zipping
through. your drive from the carquinez bridge the macarthur maze is about 22 minutes. your commute on westbound 80 looks pretty good through emeryville onto the bay bridge or south into oakland. >> is that it? are you sure? take a breath. a big cool down today with higher clouds and an onshore wind. not necessarily a breeze. we have a pretty sunrise. we have some clouds associated with a weak system but that with cold ocean temperatures equal a big cool down. that is what we will have. we have thunderstorms over the central sierra. the low clouds are there. the onshore wind is kicked in big time. travis is over 30 and the delta is over 20. 48 in santa rosa.
a lema valley is 49. sebastopol is 47. we have higher clouds in the morning and then a partly cloudy-partly sunny breezy in cooler pattern this afternoon. 50s, 60s and 70s for your temperatures. back to the desk. roseanne barr is defending herself after she first apologized for the racist tweet that led to her new hit tv show being abruptly cancer -- canceled. the tweet that got her fired was aimed at former top adviser to president obama, valerie jarrett. that sparked a backlash on social media. roseanne barr tweeted an apology, saying she should have known better. it was too late. abc canceled her show. her talent agency said they would no longer represent her. valerie jarrett said a lesson could be learned. >> we have to turn it into a
teaching moment. i find. i am worried about all the people out there who don't have a circle of friends and followers who come running to their dependents. >> late last night roseanne barr tweeted again saying she was sorry for her tweet, but that she also said quote, i am tired of being attacked and be little more than other comedians who have said worse. the state senate approved raising the age for buying rifles and shotguns in california from 18 to 21. it was written after the deadly shooting at the parkland, florida shooting in february. the bill would also ban people from buying more than one long gun every month. the state assembly will now debate the bill. critics say california should target criminal gangs and people with mental problems rather than legal gun buyers. the city of oakland will appeal a federal court ruling that will allow colt to be shipped from the port of oakland. the city council unanimously approved the plan to continue action against coal exports. in 2016, the city banned coal exports through the port, but the developer that the coal passes through filed a lawsuit, saying it violated his agreement with the city. earlier this month, a federal judge sided with the developer but said the city -- but the
city said it has a responsibility to act when it's residents are in danger. today, dueling rallies will be held in the south bay in connection with the effort to remove judge aaron persky for the bench. judge aaron persky was heavily criticized for handing down the six month sentence to swimmer brought turner, who was found guilty of sexual assault. this morning at 9:30 am, supporters of the recall petition will be rallying outside the san jose law officers of aaron persky's lawyer. the group says aaron persky's lawyer has been trying to blame turner's victor for what happened, saying she was drinking and not actually attacked. at 12:15 pm today, supporters of judge aaron persky will hold a new recall rally at the santa clara offices on west heading street. the supporters include judges
and attorneys who say using public pressure to remove a sitting judge threatens the independence of the judiciary. today a berkeley environmental group will once again make its claim to drain hetch hetchy reservoir. the group called restored hetch hetchy says the reservoir violates the state 's constitution provision. environmentalists say storing water there is not reasonable. they want it drained. they say the valley can then return to its natural splendor. san francisco, which owns the system, saying draining any water system is a bad idea because california is constantly facing possible droughts. the environmentalists lost the st. croix battle six years ago. still ahead, 40 animal activists were arrested in
petaluma. we will tell you about a demonstration at a chicken farm demanding better living conditions for the animals. progress with north korea, or so it seems. i am doug luzader in washington. i have the latest efforts to get a summit between president trump and kim jong un back on track just ahead. it is a tough commute this morning for drivers in the east bay, particularly on southbound 680 through san ramon and dublin. we will have an update on that. it is an easy drive for people going into the city on the golden gate bridge. yesterday we saw 90s, not today. we have a big fog bank in place in a much cooler pattern.
welcome back to "mornings on 2". we have a power outage to tell you about. these are led by pictures in conquer. it is affecting about 480 pg&e customers. a car hit a power pole between sierra and fox. you can see for yourself the pictures. pg&e crews are out there and are busy. more than 400 customers are affected by the power outage in the concord area. pg&e hopes to get the power back on sometime this afternoon. as for right now, the customers who are affected will be out of power. we will bring you updates as soon as we get them. north korean and american diplomats continue to meet here in the u. s. and in asia to work out the details with president trump summit with kim
jong un scheduled for less than two weeks away. doug luzader joins us from washington, d.c. with where everything stands now. >> reporter: emphasis on the word scheduled. we don't know if this will take place for sure, but there is an increasing confidence by both the united states and apparently north korea that this thing may happen as scheduled. president trump at a campaign rally last night in tennessee had north korea clearly on his mind. he singled out national security adviser john bolton, who was in the audience. >> they think he is so nasty and so tough that i have to hold him back, okay? that is pretty great. he is doing a great job. you better get some rest because we have pretty good negotiations coming up. >> reporter: a lot of negotiating ahead with the daunting timeline. >> what is going to need to happen is they need to get things in order rather quickly. there is not a lot of time
here. i think they rushed it. >> reporter: we expect a ton north korean official to arrive in new york later today. it is an extraordinary move in in of itself. is expected to meet with u. s. secretary of state, mike pompeo. there are separate talks along the dmz between the u. s. and north korean teams. likewise in singapore, advanced teams from both countries are preparing at the site of the proposed summit, where it is still possible that president trump and kim jong un will sit down together at the same table. >> i think it is pretty impressive thinking about where we were one year ago or 60 months ago. now we have three simultaneous meetings taking place on this matter . >> reporter: the big issue they have to work out is denuclearization. how would that take shape and
would north korea be willing to give up their nuclear program all at once, or would they favor a phased approach that might not be so attracted to the united states? >> i know that is obviously the biggest issue. doing know some of the other issues that still need to be agreed upon before this meeting takes place? >> reporter: when you look at what both countries one out of this deal, the u. s. once a nuclear program that will be essentially dismantled in north korea. what north korea wants is an end to crippling sanctions that have crippled the economy there. there could be meeting in the middle. the schedule and the pace at which these things happen will be critical. getting rid of the nuclear program and scaling back the sanctions are what the negotiators are no doubt working on. we are waiting to see how nancy pelosi, the house democratic leader, will respond to what president trump said last night, that pelosi loves the international gang, ms 13. >> he is a tool. he is a tool of chuck schumer and of course, the ms 13 lover, nancy pelosi.
>> last night president trump held a rally in nashville, tennessee. he endorsed republican senate candidate marsha blackburn. during a speech, the president blasted her democratic opponent, calling him a tool of nancy pelosi and democratic senate leader, chuck schumer of new york. a retired judge plans to send 1 million items taken from president trump's personal attorney, michael cohen, two
federal prosecutors. the judge was appointed last month to review documents that the fbi seized from michael cohen. she is screening them so a federal court can decide which document should be protected by attorney-client privilege. the judges are returned over nearly 300,000 pages to the government and she has submitted her first bill for the work. it is more than $47,000. half will be paid by the government, the other half will be paid by michael cohen in the trump organization. allie rasmus is in for sal castendo. you are still watching that problem on 680-580. >> the three right lanes, i believe it is a six lane freeway in that area, three lanes are still shut down on 680 southbound just before the 580 interchange. we have a live picture to show you. traffic is crawling around this road closure and the lane closures because it has been in effect since about 2 am this morning. you will experience a lot of heavy traffic. this is just before the 580 interchange. this is because of an earlier incident that happened involving a big rig. according to chp, there was debris in the roadway. the big rig ran into it. the fuel tank on the big rig ruptured and 70 gallons of diesel fuel spilled out on the
highway. ever since then, this was around 2 am, they have been working to try to clean that fuel up off of the road. earlier this morning traffic was getting by without any problems. there weren't a lot of cars on the roadway. now it is a different story with some of the backups. let's look at the maps. you can see the backups extending from the 580-680 interchange all the way back to bolander in san ramon. be aware of that if you're driving in the area. looking at the altamont pass, 205 from tracy toward livermore valley is very slow this morning. there is also an investigation into a hit-and-run crash that was 580 in livermore at greenville. 880 north and south moving well on that stretch of freeway moving past oracle. things were crowded but good here, as well. let's go to steve paulson. we have a lot of low clouds
and high clouds. we will have areas inland that will have some some -- some sun but will be cooler. alberto paid a visit to paducah, kentucky and now it is on its way to cincinnati, ohio. there is a lot of rain ahead of it and east of it. the giants are in denver. they had drier air spill in. there were no issues yesterday and i don't think there will be any today. it looks good today. 48 in santa rosa to 51. livermore 51. put your weather memory caps on. every record high was set on the state in 2001, including san francisco, which was 101. today you are 62. average is 65. the low is 51. cooler on both sides. we get a little weak system
that will drag across with a few high clouds. it is the onshore wind, not a breeze, but a wind. when vacaville is at 32, that is a screaming breeze. everybody is in the 50s. we had a lot of 60s yesterday. antioch is 50. 50 in walnut creek. black hawk is 51 and so is el cerrito. it is pretty cool there. this system is open the door to a cooler pattern today and tomorrow. high pressure will nose back in starting for the weekend for another warm up. the next 48 hours will be cooler with 60s and 70s. once you get to the end of may or early june, it is tough to cool off inland areas. they will today. temperatures will be below average for many and stay there for thursday, average on friday and warmer for the weekend. >> it sounds good. let's fill you in on the
big island of hawaii. caught in a big lake of lava. >> some people refuse to leave. >> you will hear from one man who did not leave when evacuation orders were issued in hawaii. we have a look at his story of survival. a recall of a common form of birth control. the new fear is that it may not prevent you from getting pregnant. i need entries now. >> be sure to catch a new season of 'master chef". there is a big change this season. cooks will be divided into three teams and mentored by the judges. you can watch the two hour season premiere master shape -- 'master chef" tonight at 8 pm followed by news. we all know guys like gavin... boasting. overselling his achievements. making false claims. as lieutenant governor, he skipped many of his duties, saying the job was "so dull,"
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classifying their drivers as independent contractors or employers -- or employees. the subpoenas come after last month's california supreme court decision that tightened the definition of independent contractors within the state. all starbucks are back open as usual this morning after they shut down company-owned coffee shops for diversity training yesterday afternoon.
175,000 employees all over the country were watching videos featuring the ceo of starbucks and the rapper known as common. they were talking about racial bias and what it means. the reaction of starbucks customers we talked to was mixed. >> i don't think how this training is going to end discrimination. are they going to do this training every single time someone gets hired? when training doesn't 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 its employees, but they haven't said yet how much money at lost by shutting down 8000 stores for a half day. there is speculation it was between $12 million and $17 million. investigators in laguna beach say a tesla model s was in autopilot mode when it crashed yesterday into a parked police car. the police car was empty at the time, but the driver the tesla suffered minor injuries. teslas autopilot mode has been intent -- under intense scrutiny after a deadly crash on the peninsula. tesla has warned drivers not to rely on the autopilot, saying it is not designed to avoid a collision. uber's new panic button feature is now active. that button let's riders called 911 directly within the uber app. the emergency button is in a new safety center menu and accessible from the app's home screen. uber says it gives rider's a quick way to contact first responders if something goes wrong during an uber tre.
to dial 911, riders need to swipe up on the safety center icon and then tap 911 for assistance. after that request is confirmed, it automatically will send location information to 911. a major recall to tell you about this morning. a brand of birth control pills are being pulled off the shelf because of a glitch that could make them ineffective in preventing pregnancy. the drugmaker, allergan is recalling 170,000 packs because placebos and active capsules were packaged out of order. that could result in unplanned pregnancies. it is intended to have 24 active pink pills, followed by four an actor purple pills. the packets carry a may 2019 expiration date. virgin galactic's newest space plane has successfully flown again. it is a suborbital spaceship. it is called the vss unity. it completed its second test flight over the mojave desert. engineers say the focus -- focus on the flight was to
expand what they know about the supersonic handling characteristics that control that plane. they fired the motor for 31 seconds. it reached a top speed of mach 1.9. it is a hot topic. we are talking about the only source of water for san francisco. the appeal is happening in a fresno courtroom that could affect the hetch hetchy reservoir in yosemite national park. appeals bill along 680 in dublin is causing a traffic nightmare. i will tell you when you might get some relief. along with at 680 tie up in the dublin area, we are keeping an eye another commute. highway 4 through bay point, this is relatively speaking one of the better commutes this morning, even though things are slow. some 90s yesterday, not today. everyone will be in the 70s. 50s and 60s closer to the water with a fog bank in place.
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pg&e hopes to get the power back on this afternoon. it is affecting traffic as well as residents. there are homes right there. if you drive in that area, be aware that situation. >> it is a busy street. welcome back to "mornings on 2". it is a middle of the week, wednesday, may 30. i am dave clark. >> i am pam cook. thank you for joining us. it is 6:30 am. we are following that developing news out of dublin. a big rig spilled diesel fuel on the southbound lanes this morning. >> reporter: traffic is starting to get really heavy right now on 680. that is because there are still a few lanes blocked while caltrans tries to get this cleaned up. it looks like the two right lanes are still closed before the 680-five 80 split. we know that a fuel spill slowed three southbound lanes
early this morning and they are now closed. the tanker spilled 70 gallons of fuel after it was involved in a crash after 2 am. fuel spilled for about three quarters of a mile. pieces of metal and other debris littered the lanes. we got a chance to drive past the truck. we saw tow truck there, as well. hopefully, the same will be clear soon. be prepared for backups if you are traveling through the dublin area. there is quite a bit of traffic. they are clearing the lanes as fast as possible. we want to go to allie rasmus.
she is keeping an eye on this, as well. i am sure it is affecting a wider area than just right there. >> this has been an issue on 680 since about 2 am this morning. earlier, there wasn't much of a backup because of it because there weren't many cars on the road. now is it a debt -- now it is a different story. here is a live picture. you can see the two right lanes and the third exit lane that takes you to 580 east livermore are all closed as the caltrans crews worked to clean up the fuel spin -- fuel spell. traffic is very slow through here this morning. let's look at the map. you can see the backup extending to bullinger canyon on sixth 80 in san ramon southbound. this is an investigation into a hit-and-run on westbound 580 in greenville. that is backing up traffic to 205 into tracy. it is a rough commute for
drivers in the east bay. the only problem you will see on northbound 85, i am not sure if it is a single vehicle crash or an abandoned vehicle on this shoulder. the chp is aware of it. you need to be aware of it, too. take it slow driving past that. your drive from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze is pretty good. 30 minutes is all it will take you. no problems to tell you about there. went to get to the bay bridge toll plaza, things will be slow. no specific issues, but you are looking at a 20 minute delay to get onto the span. let's go to steve paulson. we have a big cool down today with low clouds in place and higher clouds above. yesterday we had low to mid 90s. today we have taken a big drop on the low temps. 40s and 50s. yesterday we had 60s. we are down for many here today and down a lot. livermore 93 to 72, down 14 for san jose, santa rosa from 77 -- from 87 to 72.
we will warm up friday and more so when the weekend, but this system is opening the door to a robust breeze. gusts are over 30 in vacaville. that is a screaming breeze. upper 40s and a lot of low 50s, including redwood city at 51 degrees. the system will drag across higher clouds, that is about it and it will be mainly in the morning. temperatures will be in the 50s, 60s and 70s. a student at san lorenzo high school is accused of bringing a goat -- a loaded gun to school. he is now facing charges. deputies say a student saw the gun and told faculty. the suspect was arrested in a classroom. the deputies say they found a loaded nine millimeters semiautomatic gun in his backpack. the gun turned out to be stolen from santa clara county.
investigators say they had no evidence the student had any plans to hurt anyone on the campus. the student was booked into juvenile hall. police are still looking for suspects and emotive after three teenagers were brutally beaten with a hammer over the weekend. according to a gofundme page, one of the victims, a 17-year- old is in a medically induced coma after having a brain injury. the sheriff's office says three people wearing masks broke into the garage of a home at about 1:40 am on memorial day. that is when the 17-year-old in 216-year-olds were attacked. >> two of them were sleeping. it was immediate. once they came into the garage, the attack happened. it took about 35 to 40 seconds. it was very quick and violent. the suspects stole items and left the garage. >> just the brutality of it was a surprise to me. the fact that it happened and when you start to get into the details, as far as what really did happen, that is scary stuff. >> authorities say drugs were recovered at the scene but they say a motive in the targeted attack is still unclear.
police are hoping neighbors will have surveillance video. so far, the suspects are only described as between the ages of 18 and 20. police in union city are searching for the suspect behind it armed robbery where a teenager was shot. it happened last night about 9:30 pm at san andreas park and the 880 overpass. police say three men wearing red bandannas approached three teenagers and stole their cell phones and cash. while committing that robbery, one of the suspects fired three shots, hitting one of the teenagers in the leg. he is expected to be okay. as for the suspects, there were last seen running toward creek trail. if you have any information, call union city police. 40 animal rights protesters were arrested at a chicken farm just outside petaluma. they were among hundreds of protesters who gathered along with liberty road and demanded
better living conditions for the chickens at the sunrise egg farm. sheriff's deputies say some of the protesters broke into the chicken coop's and removed several chickens, saying they were sick and injured. the arrests followed the collapse of a deal with the farm's owner to allow inspections at the farm pick up >> they thought they would like 20 people in with video cameras. that was not part of the bargain with the owner. then they said they would rather be arrested in an act of civil disobedience. >> the protesters were accused of trespassing and were taken by bus to the sonoma county jail. the demonstration was organized by direct action everywhere, a national animal welfare group at sunrise farms denies the accusations of animal abuse. on the big island of hawaii, look at these pictures. more than 80 homes have been destroyed by lava. civil defense teams are urging
people near the kilauea volcano that now more than ever, they need to get out of there. one homeowner ignore the evacuation orders and stayed home to watch and keep watch on his home. he said the fast-moving lava destroyed his home before he realized it and forced him to seek shelter in a neighbor's garage for more than 12 days. >> i saw a river of lava going down the street about 10 miles an hour. i opened the door and it came in sight. it is nothing to fool with. you really want to get out of the way of it. >> there is no negotiation with it. it will do what it will do. >> the first man was rescue when i helicopter spotted his distress signal. he survived by eating canned foods. the emergency responders are now forced to take even more risks to say people who refuse to leave. the nba finals get underway tomorrow night from oracle arena. we will have a look at the upcoming matchup between the
warriors and once again the cavaliers. we are still keeping an eye on a rough commute for drivers in the east bay on south bound 680 in dublin. we will have an update on the situation there. here is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. it is crowded but no specific problems to tell you about. it has been cool except for the last two days that were very warm. today we drop back down into the cold temperatures. we will continue that until thursday. we will take a look at the weekend coming up.
welcome back to "mornings on 2". we have breaking news to tell you about out of kentucky. a large explosion ripped through a ups facility this morning. at least two people are considered injured with non- life threatening injuries. at least six others were taken to the hospital as a precaution. lexington police say the explosion that occurred at the facility near the blue sky parkway was accidental and that lexington fire personnel were on the scene.
the cause is under investigation. this is coming out of kentucky. an explosion at an ups facility. we will bring you updates as soon as they are available. today in sonoma county, there plans to remove yet another homeless camp in santa rosa in the roseland neighborhood. it is right along the popular walking and biking trail near an abandoned shopping center where other camps have been dismantled. ktvu's alex savidge is there now. tell us more about the plans to keep cleaning things up today. >> reporter: authorities say this large camp here in santa rosa has to be shut down because it is a public health hazard. you can see behind us, there are dozens of tents set up all along the trail just off of dutton avenue. this tent city has become unsafe, according to county officials. there is trash everywhere. human and pet waste, along with use needles are everywhere. authorities say there have been two violent attacks near this encampment recently. a homeless man was stabbed last month and a bicyclist was punched in the face as they tried to ride past the camp.
there have been a lot of complaints from the public. last week, county supervisors took action ordering the encampment to be cleaned up later today. many of those living here have been moved out of similar tent cities set up in the same area. county officials insist there is enough space for everyone at shelters, if people are willing to affect -- accept the help. we caught up with one woman who lives in this encampment and is moving her stuff out as we speak. >> i am not going to a shelter. i tried that. i went to sam jones. i came back here. we have been promised if we stay, i don't know how it goes, if we stay, after everybody gone -- everybody is gone, we will be accommodated by a hotel. >> reporter: obviously, it is emotional for her. she is one of about 100 people staying in this encampment.
a section of this popular trail will have to be shut down to the public today as officials move in and dismantled this tent city. the cleanup gets underway at noon today. we are told that the cleanup could take at least two days before it is complete. southwest airlines is apologizing to uc berkeley's women's basketball coach, lindsay gottlieb. she says a desk agent stopped her from boarding a plane because the agent didn't believe that her one-year-old biracial son was hers. this happened sunday at the airport in denver. she says the airline employee told her she had to prove it was her son, despite having his passport and that his father was right there, as well.
she was eventually allowed to get on the plane with her son. southwest airlines apologized and said it would use the situation as a coaching and teaching opportunity for employees. lindsay godley says it was hurtful but she appreciates the apology. game one of the nba finals is tomorrow night at oracle arena. today the warriors and the cavaliers will sit down with the media to talk about the nba finals. the bay area is in the nba spotlight again. this is a fort street trip for the warriors to the finals. warriors fans have another chance to show off oakland to the world. >> i love this team. they are so oakland. is how it puts oakland in such a positive spotlight and how the whole world gets to see just how beautiful our city is. it is people, it is site and it is nature here. >> we have something to be proud of despite everything else. i am proud to be in oakland. i cheer for them. go warriors. >> game one is tomorrow night
at oracle. here at ktvu we will have previews leading up to the game and postgame interviews. we will be there to see the rest of all the excitement and hear from the players. we are with garcia right now. we are looking into how much tickets for the nba finals are going for. while they are not cheap, some people might consider them a bargain, compared to previous years. why the four-time around, be the right time to catch your first finals game in person. we will focus on the issue of e-cigarettes. many people they -- think they are safer than traditional ones. a study finds teenagers who use e-cigarettes are subjected to
many of the same carcinogens found in regular cigarettes. more on that in what the study has to say about fruit flavors e-cigarettes versus tobacco flavored once. these stories are much more coming up. if you are getting ready to head out on the roadways, we need to check in with allie rasmus. >> we still have that situation on south bound 680 in the san ramon-dublin area. this has been going on since the early morning hours. now that we are in the heart of the morning commute, things are more backed up. we don't have a live picture but we had the map. it is the three right lanes on south bound 680 just before the 580 interchange that are still closed. they have been closed because of a fuel spill involving a big rig. talking about. you can see the caltrans crews in the right-hand lanes working to clean up the fuel spill where you see the sand behind the road sign. that is where the fuel from the big rig spilled out 70 gallons of diesel fuel onto the roadway. things are still very slow to
that area. taking a look at the maps, it will continue going slow through south bound 680 through pleasanton, all the way up here. let me move on so you can take a look at that picture right there. once you get to fremont on south bound 680, things pick up. 880 north and southbound directions in oakland, let me see if this camera will work. there you go. things look good there, but northbound 880, seven miles south appear near to 38, there is a fire reported in that area. drivers may notice some smoke. the fire department is aware. they are assessing the situation and resolving the situation. drivers through that area may notice some smoke. be aware that is what is causing it.
taking a look at the san mateo bridge, it is very slow this morning. there are no specific problems to tell you about, just the usual sluggish traffic heading over to the peninsula in the westbound direction. the bay bridge toll plaza has been like this pretty much all morning. it is a typical weekday morning commute for the bay bridge at this hour. the carpool lanes have no problem getting onto the span. let's go to steve paulson. did you know you could sign up for this? you have been very busy the last few days. >> it is always a mixed bag. >> it is all or nothing. you are doing a good job. a lot of low clouds in place and it is much cooler today. the low clouds have made it pretty far inland. the wind is the key.
it took until late for some inland areas to get that, after 6:00. the priest kicked in and it is still there. we have moisture and thunderstorms only main -- over mainly the central sierra near mammoth, bishop, bear valley into nevada. our system is moving in that is allowing temperatures to go below average again. 62 in the city, the average is 65. the record on this date was 2001 when it was 101 degrees in san francisco. that was warmer than the record in san jose also set on this day in 2001, which was 100. 35 in 1893. we will never break that. 70 today, the average is 77. temperatures, which were above average for the last few days are back down below average. we still have an onshore breeze. for some, it is a howling wind out to the delta. travis is gusting over 30 and so is vacaville. that is a strong signature for cooling. 40s for some and 50s for others. upper 40s and low 50s, los
altos 51, 52 in union city and pacifica is 49. that is cold on the coast. water temperatures went down. the san francisco bouy went from 58 to 52 in a day and a half. that is a big drop. that correlates into colder ocean temps and colder lows for those on the coast and in the city. the system is cooling down everybody, even the most inland locations today. 50s and 60s near the water's edge, even in line we have 60s. a controversial tweet got the "roseanne" reboot shut down. we will tell you what roseanne is saying what is to blame for her offensive words as she continues to tweet. we are getting new information about the golden state killer case. a possible decision at sacramento that would release more details.
>> welcome back to mornings on 2. harvard university released a study that shows that 4500 people died when puerto rico was devastated last year, not 64 as previously reported. many people died in the wake of the storm from things like not being able to get to a hospital in an emergency because of damaged roads or power outages that caused medical devices in people's homes to stop working. the time is 6:55. they're cleaning up flash flood damage in maryland which was devastated over the weekend. a national guardsman was killed. and the entire downtown area has been devastated. just look at these pictures. it was the second so-called thousand year event in the city in just two years. back in 2016, a flood caused
more than a million dollars damage. well, this flood, the cost may be even higher. now a lot of business owners are considering whether or not it is worth it to rebuild. >> we fought so hard to come back. and my husband worked so hard rebuilding our store. >> six inches of rain in an hour. is that the new norm? >> authorities insist they will help entrepreneurs and business owners rebuild. even with financial help and other assistance, some business owners are not sure they want to take the risk again. howard county maintains that steps were taken after 2016 to prevent another flood. among them there was a new flood warning system that was supposed to be installed next month. the republican governor of missouri is stepping down following allegations of sexual
assault, blackmail and campaign financial violations. >> i came to fight for the people of missouri. to fight for the forgotten. >> the governor eric greitens was facing possible impeachment over an extramarital affair and allegations that he misused campaign donations. the resignation is effective friday. this has cost him problems for his family and millions in legal bills. a tv evangelist well known around the world says god told him he needs a new $50 million jet. jesse posted a tweet about the importance of using planes as an amazing tool for evanjelising the world. he says that god says he needs a private jet that can carry up to 16 passengers and it costs $54 million. he is asking for donations to
pay for it. the time is 6:58. seven men were arrested accused of inappropriately touching young girls at a water park in the sacramento area during the memorial day weekend. investigators say it happened monday at the golf land sun splash water park in roseville. the suspects ranged in age from 18 to 38. police say they worked together to intentionally harm young girl who's were trying to enjoy the water park. >> it looks like the individuals worked in a coordinated fashion to get a young victim near them or around them and then they -- they proceeded to inappropriately touch the victim. >> these guides were -- i think they were acting out because they were getting saved in all of the pools. i don't know if they could swim. they acted like they couldn't swim. >> police say security guards were first alerted about the
men after several girls said they were touched at the wave pool. then more young girls came forward with similar claims when the police arrived. a superior court in sacramento could unseal documents that could show how police identified the man accused of being the golden state killer. news organizations are pushing about information to be made public. a lawyer for the suspect, 72- year-old joseph deangelo argues that sharing those details could affect his client's right to a fair trial. deangelo and his lawyers were in court yesterday. the judge seemed reluctant to release that additional information. but the lawyer representing the media argued the public has a right to know. >> i think the public and the victims deserve an open proceeding and to have a better understanding of how this case came to be charged. >> the judge did not make a
decision yesterday. deangelo is charged with eight murders but he is suspected in at least 45 rapes and 12 homicides that occurred in the late 1970s and earlier 1980s. he has not yet entered a plea. drivers heads-up. a fuel spill closed three lanes in dublin. i will tell you when they hope to have it cleared. a power outage in concord this morning after a car crashed into a power pole. we will tell you how many people are impacted and when the lights are expected to come back on for everyone. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> a lot going on this wednesday, may 30th. we're glad you're with us. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> good morning. i'm dave clark. >> in dublin, traffic is about at a stand still. several lanes along south 680 are closed. >> it started with a big rig crash