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you can call it whatever you want. the breeze is onshore big time. temps are on their way down. 79 in the city to 64. that's actually 2 average for this time of year. yes, concord. no surprise there. 87 today. and san jose is 95. down to 81. except for santa rosa, which is off 6 degrees. everyone else is off 6 digits. sfo. and san jose at minus 13. the wind gusting at 28. travis, it's a west wind at nap a. but that delta wind, when it makes it to davis. the system right there. that is moving through. that has pushed the high out of the place. so 50s on the temps. even santa clara valley. mid-50s for some. although some cooling did kick in for yesterday. and santa cruz into the santa cruz mountains. still low 60s all around. saratoga and cupertino.
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the low fog deck will be slow. inland temps more so into the 80s. and another system will swing through. that will continue the cooling into saturday. 50s, to talk about ace? >> with a gas leak. so from stockton to the silicon valley. cannot take the train. that's putting more people on 580. we're also looking at the richmond bridge, where the traffic here is going to be a little slow. it's not as bad as it has been the last few weeks. it is getting to be slow. you can see traffic is okay on the bridge. this is a look at 80 westbound carquinez bridge. add another 20 at the bay bridge toll plaza. as we continue to look at the san mateo bridge. it is heading out. looking at traffic heading out. westbound 92 at midspan. there is some sort of a lane blockage. looks like it's a talled vehicle. but it could be causing slow traffic. i can see some flashing lights,
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going to be busier here on the bridge. 6:02. let's go back to the desk. >> game 6 of the nba finals. the warriors have to win tonight to stay alive in the nba finals. it's also the final game at oracle arena in oakland. ktvu's cristina rendon, you're live at lake meridian in oakland. warriors fans are already up, excited. >> reporter: good morning to you. they are already inside. a lot of fans are already up early dedicated. it shows how dedicated this fan base is. and that makes tonight extra special. >> reporter: all of these fans know, the warriors are facing a must win. if they want to pull off that three peat. the dubs trail the raptors, 3-2
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in the series. and they're hoping to force a game 7. these fans are expecting steph and klay both to come out big tonight. and not just because kevin durant is out. but because this is their last game at oracle. tonight's game is going to be the final one after 47 seasons. >> i mean, i'm from australlia. came all the way here. going to be a pretty historical moment for it. things are probably going to cause a lot of congestion in san francisco as well. probably would have preferred to stay in aracle. looking forward to moving over. that fan there from australlia, traveled here just for the finals. and was at game 4, where he said the atmosphere was incredible. he hopes fans bring that same energy tonight. especially since kevin durant is going to be out, likely watching from a hospital bed. he posted a photo on instagram yesterday. confirming he had surgery on
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his achilles. an injury like that takes time to recover from. it's unclear what to durant. become a free agent this summer. but right now, the focus is on game 6 tonight. there will be some is going to feature mr. fab, too short. e40 and g easy. and we're going to have the national anthem sung by the lead singer of train. a lot of special guests tonight. of course we'll have more fan reaction in the next hour. but it will be a very special, final farewell in oakland. >> all the stars will be there. thank you, cristina. we'll count down. we'll have more reaction from players and fans throughout the morning. after the game tonight, we will have post game coverage at 10:00 and 11:00. now, tickets for the game tonight at oracle arena continued to drop in price.
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when we check seat geek, the least expensive was $1100 of the yesterday morning, the cheapest was $950. this morning, the lowest ticket price we could find was $668. the most expensive seats, though, two courtside seats. that's $122,000 each. just a reminder to buy tickets only from authorized resellers. well, oakland mayor libby schaaf is once again auctioning off tickets to tonight's game. the bidding will go until noon. we'll watch the game from the city of oakland suite. at last check, the top bid was $5400. the money raised will go to the alameda county food bank. mayor schaaf also auctioned off a ticket to game 4. which goes to help oakland kids get through college. and we'll get an update on the ticket auction and reflect on the warriors run.
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that's coming up this morning on mornings on 2 at 7:45. time is 6:06. democrats are renewing calls to impeach president trump. after he said he would accept dirt and information from his opponents from rushia and other -- russia and any other former government. slamming trump. as a threat to security. they are concerned about what could happen in 2020. the president made the comments during an exclusive interview with abc news. he said he would accept damaging information on his opponents from a foreign power and would not necessarily let the fbi know. trump said he did not believe this sort of interaction would be interference. he said there is nothing wrong with listening. >> i don't think in my whole life, i ever called the fbi. in my whole life. you throw somebody out of your
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office? >> al gore got a stolen briefing book. he called the fbi. >> that's different. this is somebody that said, we have information on your opponent. oh. let me call the fbi. give me a break. life doesn't work that way. >> the fbi director says that is what should happen. >> the fbi out his role in setting up a meeting to get information about hillary clinton. the president also dismissed reports that internal campaign polls showed him in trouble in battleground states. he said that those leaked polls are fake polls. elissa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. time is 6:08. new this morning. british lawmaker boris johnson on his way to becoming the next prime minister in the united kingdom. more elimination votes will be held next week. now, theresa may is stepping down as prime minister, after three failed
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brexit negotiation attempts. today, the b.a.r.t. board has a packed agenda. the board is scheduled to decide on ticket prices. to and from the ber yesa station, which is set to open for the end of the year. it will also consider increasing the surcharge for the old-style tickets that are not clipper cards. and the board is expected to vote on joining a coalition of bay area transit agencies, offering discounts and fares to low-income riders. the board is also likely to hear from a disabled meeting. after a b.a.r.t. fare gate installed at the richmond b.a.r.t. station. that has an upper and lower set of wings to discourage people. but people in wheelchairs say they're worried about being hit and injured by those wings. >> they came down on my head rest. the upper gate. so they actually hit the back of my chair. and thank goodness they hit my
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chair and not me. >> sometimes it's a three- second window. if i don't get through this three seconds i get hit on the head. >> b.a.r.t. said, this prototype was designed with a safety engineer. in spons to concerns we have positioned b.a.r.t. staff at the fare gate to show people how it works. an alameda county man who is charged with impersonating a police officer may have done it again. 20-year-old sergio taylor is due to appear in court and has been out on bail since last week. now, the police say taylor last sunday tried to pull over a driver in oakland. last night, a man who claimed to be when that oakland incident allegedly happened. eliminates car parking spots for bike storage. how many parking spots would be removed at an east bay bart thousands are
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waiting list to park? and taking a drug test before getting a job could become a thing of the past in one state. we'll tell you the state, where it's now illegal to not hire somebody who tested positive for marijuana. they are removing a stalled vehicle. it is heavier on 92 westbound. you can flashing lights up ahead. you might want to think about giving yourself extra time. cooler. much cooler. in fact, as much as 15 degrees for some, compared to yesterday at this time. there's that blanket of fog. we'll take a look at the forecasted highs coming up.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. new this morning, the u.s. navy is helping oil tankers that were attacked today in the gulf of ohman. saiferls were evacuated after the attack just south to now, iran state n said the tanker sunk. although the owner of the norwegian tanker said it was floating and the crew is safe. now, the other tanker is drifting without a crew. japan's trade ministry said the two tankers were carrying japan- related cargo. it upon as prime minister shinzo abe was trying to ease tensions between iran and the united states. time now is 6:14. unanimous vote. reauthorizing a 9/11 victim
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compensation fund. >> those in favor say aye. >> aye. >> opposed no? the ayes have it. >> that vote followed an emotional speech by jon stewart. the comedian, commentator, strongly criticized members of congress for not even showing up to a meeting tuesday that was attended by 9/11 first responders. the 9/11 victims fund, which has about $2 billion remaining is due to run out by december 2020. the new bill would keep the current funding going for another 70 years. state lawmakers are set to vote today on a framework for a $2.18 billion budget. they it funds and expands healt to some
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living in the country illegally. the budget plan will go to governor newsom's desk once it's approved. inmates in california can no longer face state charges for possessing marijuana. that decision in the appeals court yesterday, overturned the criminal convictions of five defendants who were caught with marijuana in their jail cells. the judges ruled that prop 64 outlaws consumption, not possession for people in prison. california voters passed prop 64 three years ago. it legalized the recreational use of marijuana. and the state of nevada has become the first state in the country to ban employers from refusing to hire job applicants. because they failed a marijuana screening test. this ban comes after recreational marijuana sales began in 2017. the law is expected to take effect next year. it does not apply to firefighters, emts or workers who operate a motor vehicle. san francisco is one step
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closer to charging a toll on the crooked section of lombard street. a pilot program was approved to allow reservations and a toll to drive down lombard. san francisco team member introduced this. that bill goes to the senate transportation committee. the potential fee has not been determined. and the new time is 6:16. sal is there. you have a lot of traffic stuff to talk about. >> yes, we do, dave and pam. we did have that train stuff. the ace train running today. putting more people on the roads. some are still good, like the golden gate bridge. so we'll get to the altamonte pass in just a little bit here. but the golden gate bridge in marin commute looks good. with no major bridges. driving to the richmond area looks all right. and the east shore freeway, traffic looking good. bay bridge is crowded.
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now, you heard me say that the san mateo bridge has been slow. they were removing a stalled vehicle. and they had to temporarily slow traffic to do that. when looking at concord traffic. heading from pittsburgh and baypoint to concord. it's slow. remember, no ace train service. this commute here. going to be much slower. they're going to have to slug through a bunch of slow traffic. it's going to be slower because there is no ace train service today, all day, because of problem along the trackways. 6:17. let's bring steve in. >> sal, we have a heat wave. one of the first places to cool down as you're familiar with. >> ocean beach? >> daily city. >> the gateway to the peninsula. >> there you go. and when it starts to kick in there, the fog returned. that's usually the van guard on one of the cooler patterns. ocean beach in there as well. mother nature there. and daily city, around 5:00 p.m., last afternoon evening. yes. finally made it. took a while to get up the
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coast. and wood chuck said, i have to admit it was brutal. i slept well last night. i think a lot of people d. fremont is 61 degrees and i'll take it. napa. concord, 187. that's much better. 95 to san jose. to 81. you can see the temperature change, compared to 24 hours ago. many are down double digits. 10 to 15 degrees compared to yesterday at this time. i remember yesterday at this time, we had a lot of clouds. delta wind is up to 36 miles per hour. they're done. sold out. once it gets over there, this time of year that, is a howling message on how much cooler it's going to be. little system has swept through. that's opened the door to the cooler pattern. so 50s for many. even up to lakeport. even out to livermore. fairfield. rio vista in the 50s as well. these are significantly cooler around the bay. the cities at 57. yesterday at this time, i think they were 73.
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even in the higher elevations. berkeley itself at 57. 56 ukiah. same for monterey. 45 in truckee. low clouds they g. marching up the coast. they've taken the push inland. the bases are up there. that means it's allowed to clear the high is kicked out of here. to give us credit. that's pretty good for june to have that kind of temperature range. now, down we go. we'll stay there for at least about 4 days. 60s, 70s, 80s. ukiah, clear lake. vacaville. and most locations are down. and guess what? that team will continue tomorrow. tomorrow, we'll see mainly 60s and 70s, with low, low, low 80s. not the upper 80s. if you want cooler weather. it's back. and it will carry us into the weekend. looks a little warmer next week. pam? >> thank you, steve. ford is than 1 million vehicles. up next. the focus of the recall and the
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cars affected. plus, finding donors during blood shortages. the role social media could play to remind people to donate.
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welcome back to mornings on 2.
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janitors are rallying for immigration rights. supporters are expected to do a major strike in california. the workers are calling for more protections for immigrants on eye local and national level. the justice for janitors events starts at 11:30. uber and let's say they are willing to make changes to how they pay their drivers as they join forces to lobby against legislation that would classify their workers in california as employees. a bill making its way through would increase standards that cham workers as independent contractors, instead of employees. uber and lyft want to keep their employees as contractors. and are offering flex wage and new drivers association. shell oil is offering a refinery through pb energy. pbf enin new jersey, said buying the martinez oil
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refinery will let the company expand on the west coast. the sale is expected to close this year. also this morning, afford is recalling more than 1.2 million ford explorer suvs. dealers say they will repair defective suspension links that could cause loss of suspension and steering control. in some cases, transmissions can shift into first gear without warning. the recall covers pickups. no injuries are associated associated with either. a tool pings people to donate blood when there is a shortage. it is in effect in new york, chicago, washington, d.c. and baltimore,
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to put out a request on facebook to users who identify themselves as donors. the system will be open to hospitals, blood banks and american red cross. the tool has been available since 2017 in india, pakistan, bangladesh and brazil. uber eats is now testing food deliveries, using drones. the first test flight was with mcdonald's, in san diego. here's how it works. reaurant workers, acally land at your front door. an uber eats driver meets up with the drone and hand delivers the food to you. uber plans to test the drone service with other restaurants later this year. if the tests are successful, drones could be used in a handful of locations within three years. scooter rental company, bird has as quired rental company scoot permits to operate in san francisco. when they issued limited number of permits, bird lost out. so in buying scoot, bird is now
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able to acquire its permits and operate in the city. scoot will continue to operate, though, under its own name. today, the mineta san jose international airport, will open moodges all the six new gate in terminal b. all of those will be for southwest airlines to help the millions of passengers who move through the airport each year. a ribbon-cutting ceremony is set for 1:30 this afternoon. right now, it is 6:26. and it is official. the warriors have a new logo. we have a look at the new changes the team will have when it moves to san francisco. and it's a jam-packed agenda for today's bart board meeting. some of the key issues they plan to discuss, including a fare increase. right now, we want to take you outside. live look from -- this is homewood risort. of course, the snow is pretty much gone, finally with all lake look nice
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and we're taking you live to the opening bell this morning. there it is live. they are celebrating their ipo.
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watching oil prices after two tankers were collapsed off the coast of africa. we'll have all of your business news in today's dollars ask cents. thank you for joining us on mornings on 2, thursday morning, june 13th. i'm dave clark. >> and i'm pam cook. thank you for joining us this morning. the east bay regional park district is bringing out snakes. >> pam, you like snakes. >> no, i don't. rattlesnakes, especially out exploring. if you encounter one, park officials say leave it alone, allow it to cross. i would give it plenty of space. >> of course you will. >> it is illegal to kill or capture a snake in a regional park, by the way. if you are bitten by a snake. stay calm, have someone call 911. >> so the poison doesn't spread. and watch for your wettings
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out there -- your pets out there. and steve paulson talks about this all the time. >> remember, gopher snakes and king snakes are good. i saw a huge one the other day. but that's all right. >> any snake. and i'm still going to give him a very big -- >> a wide path. all right. we do have not snake weather today. it's cooler kaghts rin says lovely morning in concord. all the fans are off. and all the windows and doors are wide open. there you go. and i can see why. after yesterday's 100, it will 85. by the way, i don't do this. i rarely ever, ever do this. but my forecast high yesterday in san francisco is 78. that is the toughest weather to predict. when it's hot and cools down. that's the toughest challenge in weather. sometimes you get it.
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sometimes mother nature doesn't let you get it. but we got it yesterday. san jose is 15. it is noticeably cooler. and the wind has cranked up big time, up to 35 miles per hour out towards travis. a little system came by. but a little system in june. that's all it takes to get that system going. and that system is the fog machine. and it's here. temperatures along with that onshore wind in place. hot is out of the picture. towards vacaville can be pretty toasty still. but the trend is bring the temperatures down. 50s, 60s, 70s and now 80s. 6:33. and i know this man was happy when that sea breeze kicked in. opened the door. and for once, it was cool air coming in to the house from outside. let's go to the golden gate bridge. it's not low fog, though. if you want to take a look at this picture. it is foggy to be
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fine through southern marin into san francisco. you're also looking at a commute on the east shore freeway that looks pretty good for this time. carquinez bridge. to the mack maze. then here about a 20-minute delay. no major issues. san mateo bridge with a stalled bridge. chp is there. you can see the traffic on highway 4, slow from pittsburgh to concord. 6:33. let's go back to the desk. >> all right, sal. an nba dynasty is on the line tonight in oakland. game 6 of the nba finals between the warriors and the raptors, now just hours away. toronto leads the series, three games to two. if the warriors win tonight, game 7, a winner takes all game, will be sunday night in toronto. now, if toronto wins tonight, it will be their first nba championship in their franchise history. coming up in our next hour, we're live in
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oakland, as the fans are counting down to their last warriors game at oracle arena. and kevin durant will be in a hospital bed, watching tonight's game. durant confirmed yesterday he had surgery on his achilles. shared this photo from his hospital bed and said his road to recovery starts now. he takes about a year to recover from his ruptured achilles. played very well before that injury. the coach and teammates were asked about it yesterday at practice. >> kevin checked all the boxes and he was cleared to play by everybody involved. now, would we go back and do it over again? right. >> crazy as it sounds. but 11 minutes. i think those 11 minutes were enough to give us the spark that we needed. so now we want to try to continue to build over that. and do everything we can to
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finish the series the right way. >> the warriors feature with durant is unclear. he does have a free agent option. regardless of what happened in the nba finals. there will be one thing thal be different about the franchise nts next season. >> the warriors revealed a new logo. current logo is on the left. new logo is on the right. has a more accurate portrayal of the bay bridge. what do you thi? check it out o and twitter and make sure to leave a comment. oakland police are encouraged about their crackdown on side shows so far this year. now, the department continues to show they'll track down and break side shows. nearby police departments. they're working with oakland
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police to stop side show activity. that includes arresting the drivers. passing out tickets and towing cars. well, today, b.a.r.t. board has a full agenda. the discussion comes as b.a.r.t. is deciding many new things. talks about the discussion of that b.a.r.t. having about a drop in ridership. allie? >> yes. well, starting in january. b.a.r.t. fares are scheduled to go up about 5%. that scheduled fare increase was back in 2013, in order to account for inflation now. but at least one b.a.r.t. board member is expressing reservations about that scheduled fare increase. and it's because of declining ridership on b.a.r.t. deborah allen plans to introduce a moon today to post increase now and reconsider it later next year.
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ridership was down last year by about 8 million trips with 120 million passengers system wide on b.a.r.t. it was the third straight year of declining ridership. also, discussions about what to charge passengers who will be taking b.a.r.t. from the soon to be open beryessa. b.a.r.t. is also considering clipping for the magnetic strip paper tickets. that starts at 9:30 this morning at the headquarters in oakland. there will be a period of public comment allowed beforehand. live, allie rasmus. ktvu. difficult to find parking at the b.a.r.t. station. the city plans to remove 19 spaces from the south parking lot and replace them with new bike stations that would include 60 bike parking slots. there will usa be a plaza and public arts display.
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the lafayette lot is full. by 7:30, most work day mornings. the city says it wants to decrease traffic near the station. and this may encourage more people to find other ways to get to b.a.r.t. ride their bike. the year-long conversation will start this summer. a teachers aid at a middle school in san francisco was arrested for arrested at his home last week. he was booked on suspicion of groping two boys. staff members reported he inappropriately touched the 15-year-old boys. batal is being held at the santa clara county jail. happening today, san francisco supervisor matt haney. >> is going to hold a conference about saving entertainment and nightlife. this comes as the music venue mezzanine
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will be closing. they say after 15 years, it is being forced to close because the building's owners did not renew the lease. time is 6:39. a fight is under way in sunnyvale in an effort to save apricot trees in one of the last remaining orchards in silicon valley. parks and recreation to extended year of an historical museum, 1600 feet into that orchard. in order to build a research library and an exhibit. but that would mean cutting down a lot of trees which community members want to protect. >> this is an icon of sunnyvale. i mean, this is what represents sunnyvale. tear down a few today. and tomorrow. and then what's going to happen is that this farm is not going to be operational anymore. >> this is a very minute number of trees. there is plenty of space in the orchard, of removing tents and items where double that amount of trees can be replanted.
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>> the parks and recreation commission recommended not extending the museum into that orchard. the proposal now goes to the city council. 6:40 is the time now. and the first sentence was handed down in the college admissions bribery scandal. up next other we'll tell you how much the former stanford sailing coach will spend behind bars. and the oakland a's. we'll tell you the role the oakland city council will play in getting that location approved for the new ballpark. right now, let's check in with gasia, who has a look at what is coming up next in our mornings on 2. >> good morning, pam and dave. when i join you in just minutes at 7:00. we'll start with a data break. affecting users of e-vite. the information that is now in the wrong hands. and what people who use that very popular online invitation site are being urged to do this morning. also, welcome back mayor libby schaaf hours ahead of the first game.
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2. it's now 6:44. the head coach of cal's women's basketball team is getting a new job. and she's heading to the nba. lindsey gottlieb was hired by the cleveland cavaliers as an assistant coach. gottlieb has been a head coach at cal, led the golden seven ncaa tournaments, including their first-ever final 4 in 2017. that's when she was named pac 12 coach of the year. she will be the third female assisting coach working in the nba. and former governor jerry brown is coming out of retirement. he's going to head up a new institute at uc berkeley on climate change. the sacramento bee says jerry brown will lead the california china climate policy institute. and starting in july, also serve as a visiting professor for three years at the college of natural resources and at the law school. the fifa women's world cup continues today. and there are two matches happening later this morning, right here on
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ktvu 2. pregame coverage begins at 8:00 am then australia and brazil play at 9:00. in their first matches, australia lost to italy. brazil beat jamaica. then at noon, south africa takes on china. live from paris. south africa is coming off a loss to spain. china lost to two-time champion germany on saturday. don't forget. whenever there's world cup action on ktvu, you can see us on your news, wei at oakland city council voted to support two pieces of state legislation for building a new oakland a's stadium at howard terminal. at the portland of oakland. one of the bills would streamline for building that balm. the other allows the creation of a new tax district this oakland to pay for millions of dollars in infrastructure costs. now, critics of the proposed
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stadium rallied outside of city hall before that proposed meeting. >> we're very concerned over the direction that the mayor and the port commissioners are leading the port of oakland. transforming what is an assembly line of services into a playground. critics who build this include longshoremen and some of the port businesses. inside that meet being of the 63 people who asked to speak, many were supporters of the stadium project. the 119th u.s. open starts this morning. from pebble beach. a lot of eyes will be on tiger woods, after he won at augusta. his first major win in 11 years. reigning two-time champion, brooks koepka is one of the favorites. the first golfers teed off just after 6:00 a.m. if you're heading down there, i just asked steve, it's about 56 degrees. take a jacket. sounds lovely. you can watch the u.s. open starting this afternoon then on
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saturday, we will be broadcasting live from pebble beach. we'll bring you a half hour special at 7:00 p.m. here on ktvu. time is 6:47. i guess that's why they call them the blues. the blues are the hockey champs for the first time in that team's 52- year history. >> a dream realized for him and all of his team. >> that's a site. it was game 7 against boston bruins. once again. was rookie goaltender, bennington. making save after save. and we're here watching it, to propel the team to the first stanley cup. st. louis jumped to an early lead and never looked back. they beat the boston bruins, 4- ryan o'reilly won the smythe trophy for being the play-off mvp. he scored the first goal last night. he had 22 points in the blues
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run. he is the third player ever to score in four straight stanley cup final games. the first since wipe gretzky did it in 1985. blues fans were excited as you can imagine about the big game 7 victory for their team. thousands of fans gathered at the blues arena in st. louis. watching the game. then they filled the streets, celebrate being late into the night and into this morning. it is the first championship for st. louis since little ca world series in 2011. the st. louis blues ended one of the longest championship droughts in professional sports. just letting you know, the arizona cardinals have the longest such streak now. 72 years. the championship, winning in 1947. it has been years since the cleveland indians won. toronto maple leaves. and the longest nba drought
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belongs to the phoenix suns. at 51 years. they have zero nba championships. >> wow. wow. time is 6:49. let's get you moving this morning. sal is watching our commute. everybody behaving, sal? >> yeah. for the most part, dave, pam. everything is getting crowded out there. let's start off with highway 4 and the commute driving into bay point and concord. 4 and 680 are slow from concord to walnut creek. and westbound 24. if you're in westbound contracosta. 27 minute drive there. 25 minutes to wait if you're waiting from the end of the line to make it onto the bay bridge. and here at the san mateo bridge, things have improved. dunbarton still moderate. silicon valley, not too bad yet. and northbound 280 traffic looks good. not going to be there today. might try tomorrow. we'll let you know. but there's no ace train service today to
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and from san jose from stockton. 6:50. let's bring steve in. >> sal, just briefly. the st. louis blues were in last place. >> yes, they were. and that was up by 1. >> how about that? >> yes, sir. >> it's what you do after the all-star break. we have a cooler day. big-time cooling for many. in fact, temperatures down 15 degrees compared to yesterday at this time. and i'd say majority of happy so far. majority. stephanie says, good morning, steve. i open my curtains to the most welcome and beloved sights. fog. beautiful and cooling mist, too. thank you. >> stephanie. i'm going to tell you what i told a lot of people. there was a famous weather man around here. his name is joel bartlett. at channel 5 and chand he said it's a business of sales not production. 50s for many. including up in the santa cruz mountains. where redwood estates is above
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los gatos. but san jose, upper 50s, 60s. upper 60s, gilroy. temperatures are on their way down. after yesterday's 79. normal on the high side is 66. 107 in concord and san jose. 81 nice degrees. and that's the 24-hour temperature change. minus 15 degrees double digits the roaring and i mean roaring delta wind at 36 miles per hour. travis over san pablo bay and delta shows a signature of a big-time cooling trend here. a little trough is what we call area of low pressure sweeping through. and that's allowed the fog, low clouds and onshore wind to kick in. 50s for more temps, instead of 60s. low clouds came up from monterey. and that fog bank just filled in. and boy, is it ever. almost everybody has low clouds, except for a few locations inland.
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high is out of here for now. and temperatures are on their way down. not only today. but i think all the way into saturday. then we'll level it off. no more 90s and 100s. it's 60s, 70s and 80s for most now. for most. 60s on the coast. 60s, 70s on the bay. then 70s and 80s inland. but temperatures not going up anymore here at least for a while. on their way down. and more so for tomorrow. in fact, tomorrow, i think it will be 50s, 60s and mainly 70s. just the inland locations near 80 degrees. take this into saturday. this being the cooler weather. nice on sunday, a little warmer monday. >> time is 6:52. all right. first wal-mart did it. then amazon. now, another big retail giant is offering same-day delivery. we'll tell you who it is and how much it will cost you to get their deliveries right to your doorstep. but first, the volunteers who spent their day, helping to clean up san francisco. right now, aceland. the home of elvis.
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wants the u.s. supreme court to block a citizenship question from being put on the upcoming u.s. census, the aclu wants to while the lower court gets more information about the role they had in adding that question to the survey. a decision is expected by the end of the month, because the census bureau needs those forms to be printed no later than july 1. the house committee has voted to hold two members of president trump's cabinet in contempt, the democrat controlled house oversight committee ordered william barr and wilber ross in contempt, for not turning over documents related to a proposed citizenship question on the 2020 census. emigrants say they want the information to determine why the trump administration wants to add that question to the senses. >> we want to know why this
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question was magically added, after we have seen that a political operative new and detailed an intent to intimidate racial and immigrant immunities for a partisan purpose, saying this will hurt democrats and help republicans, that is what i want to know.>> the only people who don't ask the question, democrats who run the country due, democrats in washington. >> just hours before the vote umpthe house oversight the former head sailing coach at stanford university was sentencedin the college admissions scandal, he was sentenced yesterday in
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boston, he will pay a $10,000 fine and served 2 years of supervised release, he pled guilty in march to taking $770,000 for the sailing program in exchange for labeling three prospective students as team recruits. >> mistakes are never felt by just yourself, this mistake impacted the people i love and admire the most. stanford is a place that i love, i have brought a cloud over stanford, and for that, i am deeply ashamed. >> he also apologized to his family saying, he would carry this with him the rest of his life. san francisco, it was a big night for the golden state warriors, but we are talking about san francisco city leaders, they are making a new push to clean up the city, it is cleaning up san francisco. 700 volunteers were out yesterday picking up trash and scrubbing graffiti and some of the most visited neighborhoods
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were cleaned up. we will talk about that a little bit later. it is 7:00, it is a very busy day, we are getting ready to welcome libby schaaf , and we are going to talk about the big game tonight, but first we have to talk about the changing weather. steve paulson knows all about that.>> one night makes a difference. thank you. >> all is forgiven. >> the temperatures today, way down, there is a delta wind, and when that kicks in, that is usually a sure sign that temperatures are on their way down, it looks much cooler today and cordelia. southwest wind, 8 to 16, with a max gust of 30. 36 out of travis, west, southwest, so temperatures out towards fairfield, 12 degrees colder, 14 degrees colder than yesterday at this time, san
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jose, concord, including sfo, 10 to 12 degrees cooler. san francisco, 79, travis was 101. 87 today, and san jose, 95 down to 81 degrees. a little system in june is all it takes to get the fog machine rolling along. we will have an onshore breeze that is already in place. now, 80s, and we will continue to come down. sal is here, is there anything new? nothing new, but there is a slow traffic, if you're driving in the east bay, with the commute at the bay bridge toll plaza, 25 minute wa


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