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any bullets pierced any of the residences. there's no word on whether a weapon has been found in this. there is a car as well that's here on scene surrounded by the crime tape. it appears to have a bullet hole or possibly several bullet holes but they haven't been able to identify or tell us yet whether this is connected directly to this shooting. now, we did talk earlier to the spokesman for san francisco zuckerberg general hospital. he says that they got a call around 3:30 this afternoon to expect victims coming in. here's what he told us just a short while ago. >> we received one victim in an ambulance, two drove their own vehicles to get here. the victims were all males in their 20s. speed always plays a factor in
the ability of our trauma team to intervene successfully. so yes, it was -- it was a factor that we were very close to the incident scene. >> reporter: back out here live, we understand that that first victim ended up passing away around 4 p.m. today. and they are expecting a spokesman for the san francisco police department to come out here but right now there are just the entire block is full of police officers, homicide detectives are here on the scene as well as the crime scene investigators are processing this. right now, we are not able to ge they don't know if there's anybody who has been taken into custody yet. again, they are still looking to see if there's a weapon here on the scene. but i have found out that the two other men, one of them is in critical condition, the other one is in serious condition. and as you heard the spokesman from the hospital say, having that proximity to the hospital played a very critical role in helping to get them treated in
a timely way. but we are goagain we are expecting a briefing sometime soon in the possibly next hour or so from san francisco police. we'll bring you more details coming up. but this area is it going to be closed for several hours yet, i'm told, by police. >> yeah. a lot of questions still need to be answered including possible motive. thank you. san francisco police are also investigating a shooting that took the life of a woman in the city's mission terrace neighborhood. the gunfire was reported just after 11 a.m. on mission street near santa rosa avenue this morning. the woman was in a car when the shooting happened. she was attend to the hospital, where she died this afternoon. a man was reportedly seen leaving the area on foot. mark leno's razor-thin lead in the mayor's race in san francisco may be starting to evaporate tonight with just 255 votes now separating leno from london breed. the new numbers came out at 4 p.m.
today. they show leno leading now by just a tenth of a percent. as you can see, the raw vote totals couldn't be much tighter. the director of elections tells us there are 93,000 mail-in and provisional ballots still left to count. the mail-in ballots are still coming in and as long as they have a tuesday postmark and arrive by tomorrow, election officials plan to count them. workers are counting about 15 to 20,000 ballots per day. so that means it will likely be several more days before we know the final outcome. >> everything after the initial count but we have to restart the process because everything is fresh. there's nothing that's been preprocessed to flow into the tabulators. the sty's ranked choice voicing system has voters' second and third choices are taken into count makes it close. the can'tidates with the fewest numbers of votes are eliminated and their second and third ated choices are then counted
instead. the system has been in place in san francisco since 2004. the race for mayor of oakland is heating up with a surprise announcement made in just the past half-hour. council member rebecca kaplan said she will not enter the race and she endorsed cat brooks for mayor. >> with a lot of thought and prayer and contemplation on these issues, i have come to the conclusion that the best way to strengthen our community's voice towards these vital goals is by endorsing and supporting cat brooks for mayor of oakland. >> whoo! >> what if we spent all of our time building the kind of oakland that we want to live in? what if we spent all of our time ensuring that every unhoused person and housing insecure person had housing and secure homes? >> cat brooks promised to take
action on social justice issues including sanctuary policies and education and housing. a poll conducted found 49% of likely voters support mayor libby schaaf's re-election. and 15% backed kaplan with 11% for cat brooks. 10 percent undecided. kaplan ran unsuccessful campaigns for mayor in 2010 and 2014. a man accused of shooting a gun at a san jose elementary school is back in jail tonight without bail. 21-year-old nicholas o'connor was in court yesterday. he was arrested last november ave. allegedly using a shotgun to shoot out security cameras at a school in the willow glen neighborhood. he has been in utah state university while out on bail. but according to prosecutors, he contacted several students at utah state asking them to buy parts to build a weapon. one student contacted authorities and he was arrested and returned to california on a
bail violation last week. oakland police plan to step up patrols at the coliseum last night after a man was shot in the parking lot of oracle arena following last night's warriors watch party. henry lee has been looking into what happened and is in our newsroom with more. >> this shooting had nothing to do with fans. it was an argument among two groups of supporters that led to gunfire. reporter: the shooting happened in the parking lot of the oracle arena at about 9 p.m. wednesday. the violence cast a pall over the warriors' win over cleveland in game 3. >> so anytime we have a negative incident happen like last night's shooting, that's always a concern for everyone. >> reporter: warriors fans have come to the arena to cheer on golden state. most had already left. but a few were still in the parking lot. that's when an argument started between two groups of people leading to numerous gunshots being fired. >> it appears at this time that the parties weren't known to each other, that it was a verbal argument, a disagreement, that led up to the shooting.
>> reporter: a 35-year-old man was hit twice by gunfire. he had nonlife-threatening injuries and was in stable condition at a hospital. police say this was an isolated incident and that the victim was targeted but not by any cav fans. >> all the individuals that were involved in this argument were all wearing the same team colors. so it wasn't a rivalry between two teams. >> reporter: the warriors and oracle arena are hosting another watch party for game 4 this friday. and police say there will be extra officers on hand. there will also be security and metal detectors inside the arena. >> we want everyone to know that when they come out to the watch party on friday night, this is a celebration, a safe place for everyone. >> we are here to support that and keep it safe, keep it positive. >> reporter: oakland mayor libby schaaf says most fans in blue and gold know to stay out of a black and white. >> and oakland has had a great track record of responsible positive celebration. we intend to keep it that way. so we encourage everybody to celebrate the warriors but do
it in a way that's respectful of your neighbor. >> reporter: so the bottom line is oakland police and the mayor hope that any aggression stays on the court tomorrow night in a hoped-for win against the cavaliers. henry lee, ktvu fox 2 news. >> henry, going back to what happened last night, you mentioned that they are going to have metal detectors inside the arena for this next watch party but again, this happened in the parking area. any metal detectors there? >> reporter: unfortunately that's the loophole. oakland police are stressing that the security work inside the arena unfortunately someone chose to bring a weapon with them into the parking lot. >> very different interior versus exterior security. thank you, henry. new details on the moments before a deadly crash involving
a tesla suv in mountain view. 38-year-old walter juan was killed when his model x slammed into a highway barrier and caught fire on highway 101. a preliminary report from the ntsb says the suv accelerated seconds before the crash. the report says the tesla sped up from 62 to 71 miles an hour and that juan was using tesla's autopilot system almost continuously for about 19 minutes before the crash. in response, tesla says drivers should stay in control of the car at all times. the ntsb is also looking into why the car's batteries reignited at the impound lot five days the accident. nearly 50,000 pounds of illegal fireworks are off the streets after one of the biggest fireworks busts in california history. some of the explosives were seized here in the area. paul chambers says 7 people are in custody in connection with this bust. reporter: these are some of the people that cal fire say were arrested for illegally importing, storing,
distributing and selling nearly 25 tons of dangerous fireworks all over the state for more than 30 years. >> when you talk about a stockpile of illegal ordnance coming into the state from all over this countries that piles higher than this state capital, four semi truck trailers full of what are essentially weapons of wildfire. >> reporter: here's a pictures of some of the confiscated fireworks. cal fire says the majority of them originated in montana and nevada where the fireworks are legal. most of them are aerial fireworks like those you see at shows. cal fire says roughly $43 million in direct property damage is a result of fireworks each year in our state which leads on average to more than 18,000 fires, 40 injuries and three deaths. >> that means fewer fires, fewer injuries, fewer deaths, less property damage and less impact to the environment, including air pollution. >> reporter: investigators say
they seized fireworks more than $115,000 in cash, firearms and other items in the raid, which happened in modesto, hayward, walnut creek, oakland and other places. those arrested face felony and misdemeanor charges. and now that they have these illegal items off the street, the next part is tougher, getting rid of them. >> our communities have as to store these and find an opportunity to dispose of them property. they contain hazardous materials that are hard. we can't just put them in any old landfill. >> the legislature is going to step up and i'll be working with governor brown to introduce legislation to see through his proposal. >> reporter: paul chambers, ktvu fox 2 news. "heal the bay" puts out a report card on beach pollution. northern california has seven of the ten worst in the state. >> these temperatures did warm up a few degrees today and we are going to continue that way for the most part as we head towards the weekend. look for some 90s back into the forecast.
>> plus, new at 6:00, home costs rising and birth rates falling. the new report that suggests that they may be related. >> this is the real thing especially in the bay area. and i'm seeing a lot of patients move out of the state. >> a live look at the thursday evening commute. that is hospital curve there in san francisco. it's heavy in both directions. the lanes on the left, those are the lanes going past the jail there and heading on to the bay bridge. very slow tonight in both directions in the city. >> let's take a look at that evening commute in the east bay on 80 here around the emeryville area and, boy, it is not looking good on this thursday evening. ning.
the rising cost of owning a home in the bay area is a factor in falling birth rates. cristina rendon says one fertility doctor isn't surprised by the correlation. >> reporter: although children may be one of life's joys, it's no secret more and more millennials are delaying parenthood. add rising home costs to the list according to zillow. an economist says hotter housing markets produce fewer babies. >> the bay area is really expensive and home buyers have grown quickly over the past several years and continue to do so. so having a home and having
that financial stability in order to have a baby is really challenging in those areas. >> reporter: zillow's research looked at women ages 25 to 29 and home prices from 2010 to 2016. in san francisco county they found home values went up 61% while the birth rate dropped 22%. in alameda county, home values rose 60% while the birth rate fell 24%. and in santa clara county, home values rose 58% and the birth rate dropped 20%. >> i would say that i'm not surprised. >> reporter: this fertility doctor in san ramon says this association of housing costs and birth rates is nothing new. >> patients are telling me, annie, i'm waiting to save up enough for my down payment before i can do my ivf cycle. it's a real thing especially in the bay area. i'm seeing patients get treatment elsewhere because they can afford everything. they can afford the size family they want and the size home
them. >> reporter: they say it doesn't suggest rising prices is not the only factor. the housing market may be a factor. >> fertility rates for all women not just 25 to 29 have been falling since 2007. >> reporter: while some might put off major milestones for owning a home, dr. amy says it just takes love to have a baby. >> waiting for things that are materialistic, it's not worth it! you might be waiting too long. your fertility is so precious. it's the most precious commodity you have. and you cannot take it for granted. >> reporter: cristina rendon, ktvu fox 2 news. the 5 p.m. deadline passed for motorized scooter companies to apply for a permit in san francisco. in april electric rideshare scooters started popping up everywhere. complaints started coming in. there were 1800 complaints about blocked sidewalks and danger to pedestrians. the city offered companies to
pull their scooters -- ordered companies, rather to pull their scooters off the streets and start over again with a new permit process. >> right now, we have about four or five companies that have already sent in applications. we expect more. but at the end of the day we'll probably approve up to 5 permits for 5 different companies. >> the city hopes to complete the application review by end of june. when the scooters return, the number allowed on the streets will initially be capped at 1250 for the first six months and then up to 2500 scooters. that's a lotof scootedders of scooters. >> i live in the city and i see a lot of them. >> i don't pay much attention to them. >> they are everywhere. >> they are. >> yeah. >> um, well, it's a great way to get around but you should wear helmets and it seems like you're adding a lot of dangerous traffic out there.
so be careful if you are on one of those things. um, 78 degrees today in concord. 80 in and. a little warmer today than yesterday. a little less wind, as well. 79 in fairfield. 81 in santa rosa. those are the warm spots. highs tomorrow are going to come up another 5 degrees. the low pressure center kept us cool. you can see it more diffuse and spread out. the pressure is weaken eng. we'll see temperatures tomorrow a few degrees warmer. maybe mid-80s in the warm spots. we have significant winds along the coast. there's whitecaps out at sea. last couple of days it's windy. these are the current temperatures. you can see where the sea breeze is getting. so warmer today than yesterday.
highs tomorrow warmer still. so we have cooled off. we bottomed out yesterday. now we're climbing back out towards the weekend. see you back here with the specifics for your friday, saturday and sunday. thank you. the annual bad beach report is out and according to the "heal the bay" a number of the worst beaches are here in the bay area. tom vacar reports from san mateo where lakeshore park's marina lagoon made the list. >> reporter: they evaluated 459 beaches statewide that get over 100 million visitors a year. in northern california, two bummer beaches are in humboldt county.one is in santa cruz county and four are in san mateo county. >> the bay area's most polluted beach and california's second most polluted beach is lakeshore beach here in san mateo. >> reporter: two reasons, poor water circulation and high bacteria counts. >> weak circulation and waves lowers the dilution rate at the site. >> reporter: at number three linda mar beach on the pacific due to polluted runoff from
nearby san pedro creek. >> located at the mouth of flowing streams and creeks often have elevated bacteria levels due to many pollution sources draining into the creek and out into the ocean. >> i don't like it. i come here to surf with my family and children. so yeah, i don't like it if it's polluted, of course. >> reporter: number five, half moon bay's roosevelt beach with high bacteria counts when it rains. number 10, half moon bay's surfers beach, also with high bacteria when it rains. >> rain flushes contaminants and bacteria sources from our streets including fertilizer, pet waste and automotive fluids into our urban waterways. >> we are a small town and make our money off the beach. >> reporter: but fear not because the report card is mostly stellar. in fact, bean hollow state beach near pescadero in san mateo county was a plus, one of the state's consistently cleanest beaches. >> 96% of the 400 beaches
monitored throughout california during the summer dry weather which runs from april through october receive very good to excellent a or b grades. in northern california, 80% of the 96 monitored beaches received an a or b grade during the summer months. >> reporter: you can check out realtime pollution levels at four popular beaches including ocean beach, rio del mar and cowell beaches near santa cruz as well as the beach in humboldt county at beachreportcard.org. tom vacar, ktvu fox 2 news. a stolen van with more than a dozen show dogs inside recovered by police. >> this was the most horrific scariest thing i have ever, ever in my entire life ever
come across. >> but again a happy ending here. more on how the van and the dogs were recovered. >> the warriors are one win away from sweeping the cavs in the nba finals. later in sports, a report from cleveland on the players' mindset as they look to close out the series. >> and a violent attack caught on camera. take a look at this. a man in a suit kicking someone sleeping on the sidewalk. the search tonight for the attacker. ♪ ♪ legendary jockey víctor espinoza is insatiable when it comes to competing. ♪ ♪ so is his horse. ♪ ♪ when it comes to snacking. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ that's why he uses the chase mobile app,
public's help to identify a man seen on video kicking a man who was lying on the sidewalk in the city's tenderloin neighborhood. this is the video. surveillance footage shows the man there in a dark suit holding a briefcase kick the other man twice before walking away. this is all happening on leavenworth in the civic center area. as you can see here, the man was also wearing a black beanie and eyeglasses. if you can help identify him, you're asked to call san francisco police. police in redding have recovered a stolen van with 14 show dogs inside. ktvu's rob roth tells us the dogs were on the way to an international dog show in vallejo when the van was stolen. >> reporter: they found 14 dogs in the van stressed, hot, thirsty, but otherwise okay. they were all checked out by veterinarians. we spoke to the owner tony carter who was clearly
shaken by what happened. >> this was the most horrific scariest thing i have ever,ever in my entire life i have ever come across or been involved with. so how i'm feeling is i cannot be more thankful. >> reporter: carter was headed in a dodge van like this one from washington state to the woofstock dog show in vallejo. on wednesday afternoon he stopped at an in-n-out burger in redding and left the motor running. >> the air-conditioning had to stay on even though we weren't planning on being there but just for a few short minutes because it was hot. >> reporter: within minutes the van and dog were gone. this image was released. a $30,000 reward was offered. acting on a tip thursday morning, police found the van parked in direct sunlight in a gully on a rural road in south redding. they broke a window and animal control helped get them out. >> our dogs are our family. they are family members are. they are family members. all i can say. they are just --they're part of our life, part of our hearts.
>> reporter: here at woofstock, the four-day international dog show with the '60s theme, there is relief. this is where they were supposed to come and people are glad they're safe. >> not many of us slept last night because you're worried about the dogs. >> they didn't suffer from any heat exhaustion or anything like that. that's the best part of the whole story. >> reporter: the owner doubts he will come here to woofstock. he says under the circumstances he would rather just go back home. in vallejo, rob roth, ktvu fox 2 news. coming up next, on ktvu fox 2 news at 6:30, we begin with a nuclear summit with north korea now just days away. >> and president trump welcomes the japanese prime minister to the white house ahead of that singapore summit. the president says he is prepared and it's about attitude. i'm lauren blanchard live in
washington with more. >> plus, california's suing two companies over what's being called dangerous levels of lead in baby formula. details on the lawsuit just filed by the attorney general. >> also, a startling statistic. the nation's suicide rate on the rise! details from the new report and the resources that could provide help. stay with us. ktvu fox 2 news at 6:30 is coming up next.
now to today's top stories. the votes are still being counted at two candidates in the mayor's race in san francisco are separated by only 255 votes. that's according to the latest numbers out tonight from the san francisco elections department. 93,000 mail-in and provisional ballots still need to be counted. final results are not expected for a few more days. san francisco police are investigating a triple shooting in the city's mission district. one of the three victims has died. the gunfire was reported around
3:30 this afternoon near the intersection of treat and cesar chavez. a spokesman at sf general hospital says the victims are males in their 20s. one was killed, one is in critical condition, the third in serious condition. there is no word of motive or arrests. ou're watching ktvu fox 2 news at 6:30. president trump says he might be willing to invite north korean leader kim jong-un to the white house if next week's summit in singapore goes well. >> the president made those remarks today during a joint news conference with japanese prime minister shinso abe. fox news reporter lawn lauren blanchard reports from washington, d.c. with more. >> reporter: the president is saying he is not afraid to walk away with talks -- from talks with north korea but he says if it goes well he would be open to inviting kim jong-un to the united states. the summit is a major focus at the white house today with final preparations under way as we're just days away. president trump welcoming japanese prime minister shinso abe to washington.
the two meeting in the oval office ahead of a press conference in the rose garden. the president's summit with kim jong-un at the forefront of the talks. >> i hope the upcoming meeting in singapore represents the beginning of a bright new future for north korea and indeed a bright new future for the world. >> reporter: details about next week's meet having starting to take shape. it's set to take place at the capella hotel on sentosa island in singapore. the city state has experience hosting such gatherings and has had diplomatic relations with pyongyang since 1975. >> diplomatic efforts is different from past efforts. our efforts give us hope that we can find real success where past efforts have fallen short. >> reporter: president trump's goal is trying to get north korea to abandon its nuclear program. but the administration has warned a deal might not happen during this trip. >> we are not going to
accomplish all our goals at this one summit. but if we can open the door toward accomplishing those goals, the summit will have been a success. >> reporter: secretary of state mike pompeo as well as the presidents of china and south korea have all met with kim jong-un ahead of the summit. but the leader of japan has not sat down with him. in washington, lauren blanchard, fox news. new at 6:30, the state of california is suing two companies over what state officials say are dangerous levels of lead in baby formula. state attorney general xavier becerra announced the suit against nutri suit cal corporation and grace lee incorporated. the lawsuit claims that knew try suit cal's peaceful planet toddler supreme formula and grace lee's sammy's free range goat milk toddler formula have levels of lead that are far above federal guidelines. >> it's not just that it's an
issue of having lead in the formulas. it's having lead in levels that are exceedingly high to the point that they exceed the maximum amount that are permitted whether by state law or by federal law. >> both companies have agreed to stop selling the products in california in response to cease and desist letters. leaders in the south bay today announced they are allocating millions to help domestic violence survivors. maureen naylor explains how this money can help. >> i started to realize if i didn't leave he would kill me. >> reporter: rachel says she is a domestic violence survivor. the morgan hill mother describes what happened when she was in her early 20s with an abusive boyfriend. >> he had taken me out into a field and told me to scream because nobody would hear me and he could kill me and nobody would find me. >> thank you. >> reporter: castro was one of the women who spoke at the santa clara county building thursday, where leaders announced the proposed budget includes $5 million to help domestic violence victims,
which is a 400% increase. >> and the reason we need more resources is we really want to be able to provide support to people so that if they choose to leave that relationship, they have an option to get out. >> reporter: county leaders say crisis hotlines here get 20,000 calls a year with about 60 shelter beds to serve a county of 2 million people. >> it's difficult for individuals in crisis who are trying to get one of those beds. >> reporter: the ywca silicon valley says the new funding could mean expanding services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. they include a 24-hour crisis hotline, legal and housing assistance, and possibly testing a new model. >> some models internationally where survivors stay in their home and the abusers are the ones that are forced to leave so there could be some pilot funding for something like that. it's a really exciting opportunity. >> teach them how to become self-sufficient. >> reporter: castro now works for a nonprofit helping other domestic violence survivors.
>> it was really through the grace of god that i was able to keep him away from me by telling him if you come after me, i'm going to turn you in. >> reporter: the money allocated won't be official until the santa clara county board of supervisors approves its budget in june. in san jose, maureen naylor, ktvu fox 2 news. still to come here, facebook under fire again. the glitch that made private posts public for millions of users. >> and new developments on the search for life on mars. the new discovery just made by the curiosity rover. >> and organic molecules could have come from life.
another privacy problem for facebook. the company said today that as many as 14 million facebook users may have unknowingly allowed private information to show up as a public post. the company says this was due to a glitch that set a user's post to be shared with everyone even if a user had previously chosen a more restricted option. the issue happened between may 18th and may 27th. and facebook says it has since been fixed. we may soon know the answer to the question, is there life on mars? nasa officials announcing today a new discovery that was made by the nasa rover curiosity which has been exploring the red planet. scientists discovered organic molecules or compounds and they say it's the next step to
figuring out if mars is habitable or once was. >> we found organic molecules in rocks from an ancient lakebed. those organic molecules could have come from life. we don't know that there was ever life on mars. >> that's something they are significant determining. curiosity has also confirmed sharp seasonal increase of methane in the atmosphere. researchers say they can't rule out a biological source like here on earth where methane comes from animal and plant life and the environment itself. coming up here, a startling sta tissic. the nation's suicide -- statistic, the nation's suicide rate is on the rise. >> we know that prevention programs work and can be effecte ducing this trag >> your weekend is just around the corner. hours away. i'll let you know what to expect coming up.
a new report from the centers for disease control and prevention shows there's been a troubling increase in the nation's suicide rate. >> as steve harrigan tells us, in many of these cases there are few signs that people are in distress before they end their lives. >> reporter: fashion designer kate spade taking her own life earlier this week. it was a shock to her fans and renewed discussions about mental health awareness. now a new report from the cdc shows the suicide rate across the country is going up. suicide is now the tenth leading cause of death and one of just three leading causes on the rise. >> we did see increases in younger people and older people essentially every age group other than those over 75.
>> reporter: the suicide rate is lowest in washington, d.c. and highest in montana. during the study period, rate increases ranged from just under 6% in delaware to more than 57% in north dakota. the report also studied the reasons surrounding suicide finding economic circumstances was a major contributing factor, especially during the great recession. >> we do see increases in suicides associated with economic downturns and it can take a long time for the recovery to kick in. >> reporter: while the study emphasizes the need for more prevention resources, predicting suicides can be difficult. researchers found more than half of those who took their own lives did not have a diagnose the mental condition which is why the cdc is calling for more education and awareness. >> we know that prevention programs work and can be effective in reducing this tragedy. >> reporter: the report also
recommends increased cooperation and communication between government and the private sector. in atlanta, steve harrigan, fox news. the national suicide prevention lifeline provides free confidential support 24 hours a day. the number is 18002738255. all right. let's take another peek at those temperatures from today. just because they are going to be like this but a little bit warmer tomorrow. so you can plan out your friday. temperatures are generally heading in a warmer direction especially by sunday and monday. saturday, equivalent to today but really much nicer today than it was last couple of days when it was cool, windy and cloudy. sunshine through sunday upper 80s through low announce and by monday back into the low 90s. sunshine through sunday upper 80s through low 90s and by monday, back into the low 90s. you can't have a heat wave
when you have that guy sitting there. but it is weakening. you see it's not have quite as robust as it looked the last couple of days. as it weakens, we warm a little bit. it's not a bad plan for us because you will have okay air quality with this warmup, no "spare the air" days. fire danger always high but not extreme. no red flag warnings which is very possible this time of year. look at the air quality you got. even though it warmed up today, there's campanile right there right? so that's -- so when you start -- you will see this air quality diminish as the temperatures warm up typically. but we all live here -- i always say, it's one of the best things about the bay area and i know we do have our "spare the air" days but generally we have westerly flow out of the west which is air that's been washed by thousands of miles of the pacific ocwe get some of the best air of any major urban area in the world. it comes -- if you are in new
york, it's all coming right from chicago and from -- our air is off the ocean which is pretty clean compared to the other stuff. so air quality is the thing. we realize it can make you sick, healthier, it can done a lot of things so it's nice to know they are coming in our direction after being cleansed by thousands of miles of cold pacific clean relatively clean ocean. 78 -- there you go. sound like i'm selling real estate. 78 in san jose. 80 in los gatos. i do love this place, though. the more you think about it and understand it, the more you love it. you understand what this place is about. someday this air quality is going to be a major influence on where people move. it already is but when they make a 1:1 between air quality and cancer and different diseases, which they will, places like this are going to be amazing! you have amazing clout. >> thank you. still to come, the warriors. >> i'll take it from here.
warriors ready for a possible sweep versus the cavaliers. jason appelbaum has that next in sports. but before we go i do have something to tell you. it's about the a's. and something new that they are going to be offering at the stadium. i'm going to read it off frank's computer here. baseball fans at the oakland coliseum can once again purchase a beer from a roaming vendor. these right. a roaming vendor without even leaving your seat. the a's say in-seat service hasn't been offered at pro sporting facilities in california since the 1980s. now fans of legal drinking age with a valid id will be able to choose from a variety of beers in 16-ounce aluminum cans at $9 each. between 40 and 50 new employees will be hired as these mobile beer vendors. and next we'll talk about sports with jason appelbaum. at the marine mammal center, the environment is everything. we want very best for each and every animal, and we want to operate a sustainable facility. and pg&e has been a partner helping us to achieve that. we've helped the marine mammal center go solar,
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jason is in tonight for mark. game 4 tomorrow. and, boy, it sure looks like the warriors are going to sweep. >> it looks like a sweep, yeah. in fact, steve kerr said he was hoping that they could put together their best game of the season because it's kind of been an up-and-down -- >> isn't that amazing to think? they are in the finals up 3-0 and the coach is saying, eh, hope we can play our best game
of the season. >> it's been a rocky road tumultuous 58-win season. we'll see what they can do. one more win stands between the warriors and another bay area dynasty. and last night kevin durant and the warriors were back at practice today, here's some news. in an interview with espn, durant said he will definitely be back with the warriors next year. not that there was much doubt. but still, good news for warriors fans. scott reiss with more on the mood of the warriors heading into game 4 tomorrow in cleveland. >> reporter: it certainly feels like deja vu after another game 3 kd doinger. >> delivers! kevin durant from downtown -- dagger. >> delivers! kevin durant delivers from downtown. >> we made our bed. now we have to dig out. >> reporter: the warriors on the cusp of an undisputed dynasty. >> now we'll be one game away. it's been a crazy ride so now we have to finish the job. >> reporter: the finishing game is always the toughest. fortunately the warriors
veterans are adept at towing the line between irreverence and intensity. they understand there's work to be done. >> it helps. just knowing what's ahead of you. knowing what it takes. knowing that there's a light there's incredible at the end of the tunnel. you continue to push through it. >> knowing the feeling, right, all of a sudden standing -- it's a trap game, we are just going to show up, you know, it just doesn't work that way because we have seen what happens when you do that. you know? come out and you get blown out. >> reporter: that said, a bit of youthful exuberance never hurts. >> ha, i have thought about this moment for so long. just being a kid at the nba finals. e dream ru re, to be part of >> i'm playing against lebron james with the warriors. i'm excited. i'm young and naive and will celebrate early. >> reporter: for those of us who have been watching and covering this team throughout the four-year run of success,
it's refreshing to see it all through the eyes of a rookie like jordan bell who hasn't won a title. he doesn't have the perspective of the veterans shaun livingston was quick to point out that a lot of players go their entire careers, up to 15 years in the nba, without even sniffing the nba finals. scott reiss, ktvu fox 2 news. no surprise, steph curry loves golf what might surprising you is even during the finals, steph apparently finds time to swing the clubs according to this verified twitter account. steph was sighted on tuesday the day before last night's game, game 3, and some might say given his one for ten shooting night on threes, you know, speculation, should he have been out playing golf or whatever? >> he can do whatever he wants. >> if he had gone 7 for 10 he still played golf, no one would be saying anything. he can definitely do whatever he wants. the warriors on the precipice of another title.
tomorrow could very well be lebron's last game in cleveland in a cavaliers uniform. no secret he wants to keep competing for titles and cleveland doesn't give him the best chance to win now. so rumors have been flying all season as to where he might end up if he indeed leaves even las vegas is getting in on it a little bit. here it is. the odds, the lakers, they are the favorites plus 200. so if you bet $100 you get $200 back if it goes to the lakers. they would be a good team. any of these team would be good with lebron. number eight on the list there, the warriors. plus 5,000. so there they are. terrell owens made the unprecedented decision to skip his hall of fame induction. >> what? >> he's going to skip it! he is not going to canton in august. at least that is what he said. after visiting canton earlier this year, i came to the realization that i wish to celebrate what will be one of the most memorable days of my life elsewhere. >> hm. >> ha. >> -- >> he was a little bitter he didn't get in on the first try. >> wow. >> good night.
right in the middle of sex?! i don't know. it was the heat of the moment! no, the heat of the moment is "ooh, yeah, just like that." not, "will you marry me?" nasa really wants my telescope up on the space station, so they're putting me on an earlier launch. when? a week from friday. what? we're getting married that sunday. your dad's going to be furious. there's no way he's going to let us (chuckles): postpone this wedding. well, we tried. i'll talk to him. he won't say no to his little girl. no! i, uh, i should talk to him. man to man. all right, look, i'm going to level with you. i'm terrified about going into space. you know, what if i don't make it back? it's going to be okay, son. you really think so? of course. a pretty girl like bernadette, she'll find a new guy.