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>>and taking a look at the golden gate bridge this morning. but don't despair that's going to clear good morning, everybody i'm marty gonzales stays farsi with the forecast is going to get much toast here, especially inland right you got that right today tomorrow looks like a little pull down early next week but i don't think we'll be seeing on my so warm up happening for this weekend. tell us they will probably stay in lower 90's degree territory for the most part but there's that fog marty was talking about you would see alcatraz to it's still there. it's just hiding out in the fog just a little bit going on swinging things
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around to the golden gate bridge and our fog trap which is a pretty much entrenched at this hour that's really only a localized issue around portions of the bay, this is what looks like an future cast for this does make south for us fairly quickly this morning, however problem areas along the peninsula coast. they remain point re up to a the north bay sticking with fog just about all day and those cloudy skies stormtracker 4 doesn't have much on its we are clear and will stay that way warming up nicely this afternoon. temperatures already in the 60's you can see all the way out the anti-oxidant in some inland heating, 64 concord upper 50's line up the east bay shoreline also up to the north 52 for santa rosa, 59 for san jose for comparison. we're pretty close maybe trailing a little bit and a couple little selictions there is from sun all nice deep blue skies temperatures about 7911 to 2 o'clock word 89, although we'll be popping some lower 90's in some of those selective cities in the inland region 87 going on san jose 76
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force oakland and 74 san francisco coming up in a bit we'll take a closer inspection of your weekend forecast marty sounds good davis gets our top story this morning, this weekend people across the bay area and the country. >>are preparing for planned ice raids on undocumented immigrants they're set to begin on sunday now since news of the raids broke earlier in the week we've seen protests across the country. and more protests are planned today at the customs and immigration office in san francisco. that's where we find kron four's christina tate row she's live in the city she has more christina good morning. >>good morning marty now president trump said immigration authorities plan to start carrying out these raids tomorrow now president trump's announcement actually comes after weeks of uncertainty and turmoil with in the administration and over the use of aggressive enforcement tactics aimed at immigration levels at the u s mexico border now the protests will take place throughout the country according to officials there is a rate it will focus
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on people who did not show up in court for deportation cases. activists claim those undocumented immigrants were not notified and are not required to be notified about court appearances. the heads of local police departments like san francisco and oakland say they are not participating in a rage because of sanctuary city laws. now the press conference mayor london breed reminds immigrants about their rights if and when ice agents come to their door. if you are arresting you have. >>the right to remain silent. you hfve the right to an attorney. remember immigrant agents generally need a judicial warrant to enter your home, it's really sad that we are in this state of affairs we have people in families and children in particular are living in fear of. >>going to work going to school going about their daily life. >>ives. >>now local protests have been going on across the bay area all week and they're continuing today, reporting live here in san francisco christina tetreault on for news.
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>>all right, thanks a lot. christine we'll see in about an hour with an update. ice agents conducting raids here in the bay area will not be getting help from most bay area law enforcement agencies and that includes the alameda county sheriff's office. kron four's haaziq has that part of our coverage. >>we do not want our immigrant community to fear their local law enforcement we want them to call us we want them to report crime knowingly with ice raids set to begin at any time across the state of california bay area law enforcement agencies like the alameda county sheriff's office led to reassure residents. >>there is nothing to fear from local police were not involved in front-line immigration enforcement deputy sergeant ray kelly says state law sb 54 past back in 2017 prevent state and local police from helping federal immigration level. >>this has been going on for the last couple years so we're well aware of these impending raids that are being announced by the administration and kind of the chaotic circumstances
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that they create. you know we're here to reassure people that we in law enforcement here at the sheriff's office. we're following the california values act california truth act the trust act and we do not cooperate or work with ice, he says instead of making the community safer these eyes rates have the potential of undermining community policing efforts here in the bay area we've been building up that trust. >>and we want them to know that we want to come help them and that they hesitate because they think that somehow we're connected to. what the federal government is doing it dublin haaziq kron 4 news. >>rapid response networks are set up in cities across the bay area to help undocumented immigrants who are concerned about the upcoming raids. they've created hotlines that people can contact for legal advice, including how to deal directly with an ice agent. anyone who sees an ice agent in their neighborhood is encouraged to call the response network. and there
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are separate response units and individual cities around the bay and you can find the hotline number for your city at kron 4 dot com. we'll have continuing coverage of the ice raids throughout the morning here on kron 4 and on our website you can find more on the demonstrations as well going on. >>for bay area families who might be impacted by this as well. and coming up next on kron 4 news weekend. the defense has rested its case on the go ship trial will hear from a legal expert on what's next. plus there's been an uptick of great whites, i shark sightings off the california coast we're going to do a take it one spot where big fish are being turned into big business. and governor newsom signs a bill aimed at helping utilities with wildfire costs even when their equipment is to blam good
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morning welcome back to kron 4 news weekend 985 drivers who were cited for running red lights in san mateo we'll either get their citations dismissed or they'll get a refund city leaders are ending the city's red-light camera program after finding an error in yellow light timing at the intersection of saratoga drive and hillsdale boulevard city leaders also say an evaluation found the safety benefits of the program have fallen flat and it's become more difficult to administer. a great white shark was spotted near half moon bay earlier this week, the san mateo county sheriff's office warn swimmers about the sighting between the ritz
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carlton resort, a pillar part appoint harbor and a little further down the coast. there's a feeding frenzy taking place in monterey bay. so gomez has that. >>nothing like this in the world that i know of pretty incredible. >>is not a long boat journey from santa cruz to soak hilco over what is now referred to as. it's right off new brighton seacliff in a recent state beaches in the monterey bay. we'll watching has always been popular but charter boats recently added great white shark encounters to the menu. i think people are say was sharks really. >>i mean they're on tv shark week comes every year >>and they are here live swimming in the monterey bay. no one not even the experts actually know what brought them here question is are they being born nearby certainly some are traveling from southern california some are wearing tags that we've identified so we spotted about 6 or 7 great whites from everything from this small little guy that's probably about a year soul. >>to some bigger older ones
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that run several years old. this part of the monterey bay is ideal it provides a habitat that these great white sharks and thrive in and tourists. >>who worked with sea goddess tours couldn't get enough. >>i doubt they're going to like one maybe 2 if we're lucky there's like that 10. >>and i think it's really funny is i've never seen a shark in real life before accepting an. >>aquarium we've had more people coming on the whale watch is asking specifically about the sharks wanting to see the sharks and it seemed like the right thing to do. >>well that was phil gomez reporting now no further shark sightings have been reported since friday. but police are urging people to be on the alert if they go in the water near half moon bay this weekend date. >>ok, here's a shot from alcatraz all covered up and fog as you will notice the area temperatures in the 50's as we can see woman up a little b
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>>and happening now tropical storm barry is becoming more powerful as as it churns towards the gulf coast. in fact it could bring deadly a deadly storm surge the script destructive winds and also spawn several tornadoes in these threats of spartan emergency along the us gulf coast, especially in the area around new orleans. friday rising flood waters have taken over some streets in the area louisiana's governor has ordered all floodgates closed in an attempt to protect the city from complete devastation we're going to keep a close eye on what goes on there with
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tropical storm barry bring it back here closer to home in the bay area we are expecting a things to warm up just a little bit and acer to tell us more about that get into that get back to barry to still be on that show you where he's going to be heading and where he is now we don't actually see a whole lot of rain that's all around the system near interesting enough in the back side of the western side. >>it's fairly dry. you look at this around houston. the sun is actually out the heavy rain cells or still out to sea but it is again a tropical storm now at this hour, let's see what the plotting tells us it's moving north. max winds at 70 so it's just barely below hurricane strength probably into tomorrow afternoon it will be dropping into tropical depression strength at that level that means will be falling below 45 miles per hour or so, and it is a look at where it is the location will be going across into missouri or are rather arkansas by that point and it's the heavier rains in land that will be watched with all of this basically following the pathway of the lower mississippi, pretty much there's flash flood watches that have been posted all
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along there. now by tuesday, it looks like at 01:00am it would probably becoming extra tropical no longer a tropical system by that point but it's going to be those heavy rains locally severe weather that they're going continue to watch and monitor. here's what was going on the home front here the bay bridge show but up against it is fog again this morning probably mixing out of locations here a little quicker than elsewhere places like alcatraz you can see all covered up in that fog for least right now temperatures in the upper 50's along the east bay shoreline inland, we're seeing them jumped to 67 antioch 60 concord more those 50's up to the north bay 59 meanwhile for san jose. so what we got as the morning fog basically concentrated in places like san francisco but clearing out. mild in warm inland will call at those temperatures for this time of year well pushing into the lower 90's, not too bad. this weekend. it's morning fog. we deal with mostly sunny warm still and those 90's remaining in london. then early into next week continued mostly sunny, but a cool start 80's
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will be pushed in places that are looking at numbers like 93 or something today will be seeing highs in the mid 80's by that point so be noticeably cooler as we watching a little trough. the drops across our region. highs today here we go though 95 you can see where the out to antioch to concord checking in at 93 up to the north bay here a lot of 80's but 93 also for santa rosa. meanwhile, 87 for san jose, 70 not bad for san francisco. that's kind of mild warm 70 again, san francisco today under a free to take care of this fog turning mostly sunny 76 for oakland and 87 for san jose marti all right dave thanks law. speaking of san jose a south bay police san jose police are investigating a homicide. >>that they believe is the result of a home invasion in a usually quiet neighborhood kron four's gayle ong spoke to a neighbor who knew the victim. >>the house of montecito drive covered we crime scene tape about 10:00am. >>and we street blocked off here home southwest filled
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with police cars and policeman. >>neighbors telling us it's the rarest of crimes in this evergreen neighborhood a homicide i was shocked. >>i mean this is a really nearby and a this we consider this a very safe neighborhood. it's a stay quiet. of course attacking him it's a quiet neighborhood. that's why we loved her. >>this neighbor did not want to show his face on camera but has lived here for decades, we don't expect this to happen in neighborhood i'm in here for more than 20 years >>there is there's nothing that it's like you know it's very unusual. >>san jose police is not releasing many details but a woman who lives on this street tells us the victim is an elderly man who was a grandfather police have not id the victim. the street has been blocked off all day long as investigators comb through the scene searching for clues, interviewing neighbors. i asked a policeman who is standing out here. >>street if it was safe for my daughter and i to be here to feed the ducks, he said it was fine and then now we're feeding the docks and then
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came back and i asked him what was going on and so there was a burglary in the neighborhood and asked they caught a the suspects and he said no, but they were working on it. >>well as kron four's gayle ong reporting we have reached out to san jose police but so far this morning they have not released. any new information about the suspect in the case. governor gavin newsom has signed a new bill aimed at helping to pay wildfire. victims when utility companies are to blame. this new law creates a wildfire liability fund for utilities to use when their equipment sparked the blaze. it goes into effect immediately and establishes a $21 billion fund with money from investor owned utilities and attacks that californians already pay the governor emphasized pg e has a lot to do before it has access to this fund. he says the utility first needs to get out of bankruptcy and then pay off claims for wildfire. victims in 2017 18. to stay got a lot of work to do. >>and you know get to
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participate in this one unless they go through a series. steps most importantly they've got sit down and they can deal with these victims. and he's been 1400 days. some of these victims. compensate. >>governor newsome says when lawmakers return from their summer break they'll be focusing on insurance issues and fireproofing homes in the wake of those devastating wildfires. governor also announced a new utilities regulator he chose to marry bill badger to a serve as president of the california public utilities commission that commission oversees utilities and other services, the cpu see is under the spotlight and has been criticized recently because the state's largest electric utility. pg me has been blamed for not maintaining equipment properly and causing some of the state's largest wildfires. pg e is now waiting through bankruptcy process and benchers currently serving as the secretary of the california government operations agency. we have
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and try our everyday lunc, closed out the 1st half in excellent shape winning 7 of their last 10 games before the break. >>and right on the border of a playoff spot tonight oakland, getting back to work we go to the coliseum bob melvin's club post in the white sox no problems for the also the a's the second weighs up one nothing remote a lorry on smokes one to left field cents a share into the second deck. and on the very next batter says profar drives one to right field. jack for the a's 13 consecutive games with a home run for this team, a's lead 3 nothing 5, 1, open your final they'll run in fact. with a nice ovation for bruce bocce in his last time it was
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park is giants manager we've got some late drama top tonight, not at fault i ran in crawford. laser shot to right. it will take a 6, 5, week. brewers responded quickly. bottom of the 9th christian gets a hanging breaking ball smacked down the first base line to yell edge hostelling rounding second and the reigning mvp safely into 3rd and the triple brewers with tight on an rbi ground out we'll go to x. the base is loaded for buster posey change the game on one swing of the first pitch. want to win 10 7 is part of a fall i've homerun night for san francisco. they all swear to the majors incredible story, the la angels playing their first home game since the death of their teammate tyler skaggs 27 year-old passed away last monday all the players wore his number 45 tonight, the angels facing the mariners he
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knew it was going to be special for stating mike trout dials up a dinger 450 feet back first 2 run homer all part of a seven-run framed base for people in the angels pitching staff castrated a combined no-hitter between taylor cole and felix pena the angels win 13 nothing and comes through for their fallen teammate, really can't script sports just amazing now, it's only a matter of weeks before nfl training camp is in full swing but we already have a big readers headline to discuss. >>the nfl has suspended oakland's newly signed offensive lineman richie incognito for the first 2 games of the seasos. due to violation of the league's personal conduct policy. this is not a complete surprise considering he signed with a team dealing with legal issues this suspension reportedly stems from family related incidents in august 2018, which led to criminal damage and disorderly conduct charges. the 36 year-old pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor counts. you can participate in training camp. fox we'll have to miss the
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beginning of the regular season and now to the wimbledon semifinals roger federer rafael nidal the 2 superstars meeting at wimbledon for the first time. >>to their 5 set thriller in 2008 all won that match. we thought we'd see another epic this with the first 2 sets with and all taking a second. but down the stretch. eight-time champion of wimbledon settled out winning sets 3, 4, 6, 3, 6, 4, federer advances to his 12 final seeking a 21th grand slam title. they'll face top seed. novak show coverage on sunday and finally tonight we leave you with highlights of steph curry the golfer, the 2 time mvp at the american century championship celebrity attorney, a beautiful day edgewood tahoe. look at him showing the full array of skills hitting threes while sitting down in golf clothes, toys and then the approach. the day with an eagle to finish tied for 12th place today and get this fun fact,
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his father dell it is in 6th place. >>all right mark thanks a lot, let's go ahead and take a live look outside. foggy conditions continuing at the golden gate bri introducing my new spicy chicken strips combo. bigger, tastier strips of juicy chicken with crunchy batter. spice them up with hot sauce or cool them down with buttermilk ranch. try my 100% all-white meat spicy chicken strips combo today. only at jack in the box.
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the city. in states far as the with the work is going to feel like summer to also is or will a very good point even san francisco is going to be pretty mild today work about 70 for the high in san francisco. so that's pretty warm going even for july except going a heat spike but beyond that going to be warm there's a promise as it is there that they're just hiding out in al capone's wave into the sea and there is a. so we swing things around the golden gate and again that the powers are all completely obscured by all of us. these are really only pockets of problems because elsewhere it's really going start mixing up fairly quickly with all that speaking of which little package here in the east bay shoreline that's gone real quickly by ready 9.15 you can see. but it does linger along the peninsula coast in the north bay coast, trump point re it never completely let's go so we're looking at kind of overcast conditions through much of the day today unfortunately in those coastal locations elsewhere looking pretty sweet 67 already 60 going on for concord if he's up there to the north bay, 59 going on for san jose just to check with our winds basically
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on shore but again we'll be warming up later on for today. the breakdown today, 79 sunny. kind of cool but warming up later on as you can see by 02:00pm as we'll see some inland temperatures in the lower 90's to review run the immediate they 87 san jose, the warm spot, 70 san francisco in 76 coming in for oakland. coming up at there were checked that extended forecast and your 4 zone 2 marty all right dave thanks a lot. we want to give you an update on our top story this morning, the bay area and other cities across the country. >>bracing for ice raids this weekend. protesters have taken to the streets across the country in oakland on friday night, however people gathered not to demonstrate, but to hold a vigil for the immigrant children caught in the center of all this kron four's dan thorn was there. >>hundreds take over oakland city hall to raise awareness over the conditions at border detention facilities. this was one of more than 700 lights for liberty vigils planned across the country. people
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within this large groups say they want the detention centers to be shut down the detention centers. >>are not the right word, their concentration camps. >>the organizer josie camacho says sunday's ice raids are just a continuation of fear. she says children are already being forced in inhumane conditions at these camps and the families belong together. >>are children that are dying. there are more children that are going to be dying and it should not happen because all they're doing it's trying to get a better life. tina death immigrated to the united states from vietnam 40 years ago, she says as an immigrant mother. seeing families being separated has been difficult but you don't know what to do and whether government to take my children to know. >>and what they do with the children. the to do lie. so i didn't know plays they being locked down. >>others at the vigil say they want to spread awareness about why these immigrants are being forced to come to america, but
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also why their home countries should be taking some responsibility. >>it could be more analysis and consideration on the relationships with the century making governments because the remaining silent on the changing of their own citizens are forced to reporting in oakland dan thorn kron 4 news. and of course ice is not detailing when or where those raids are going to happen. >>in a statement i says it's focusing on people who pose a threat to national security adding quote, however, all of those in violation of the immigration laws may be subject to immigration arrest detention and if found removable by final order removal from the united states. we have continuing coverage of the ice raids throughout the morning here on kron 4 also on our website you can find more on the protests across the country and also find information for bay area families who might be affected. you can find it all on kron 4 dot com. other news this morning, the defense has rested its case on the go ship warehouse trial. now
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prosecutors are preparing for rebuttal evidence which will be presented next week. kron four's michelle kingston spoke to a legal expert who say the dea says that the da's office chose the 2 weakest people to charge in this case. >>people who were trying to do a good thing. >>and back thing you have and that so many people have your sort of. >>hand in you want to point these 2 people. you know horrible filthy jail. how's that made anything that. >>paula canny as a defense atrn anyone in the go ship trial but someone who has been watching very closely if. >>they find any either harris or almanea. guilty for one. they're going to find him guilty for all 36 and vice a versa. >>derick almena and max harris are charged with 36 counts of
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involuntary manslaughter for everyone who died in the fire at the electronic music party back in 20 16 of the go ship and oakland warehouse, the space was not zoned are permitted for people to live inside or to hold large events but all may know his wife and 3 children. his co-defendant next harris who is described as the creative director and about 20 other people live there. prosecutors say almena and harris are responsible for the fire because they did not provide exit sign sprinklers are working fire extinguishers. >>it is complicated and the prosecution is going to try to argue this is a very simple case. they didn't get permits they didn't do the things they shouldn't on and they let people living in a place that wasn't designed to he lived in and therefore they're legally responsible in the letter party happened in place where. parties aren't supposed to happen. >>closing arguments are set to begin july 29th. in oakland michelle kingston kron 4 news.
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>>happening now several lanes of concord boulevard to close while crews remove a crane. that crane was used in the construction of an apartment complex and burned down last year. the fire department dollars rather the fire broke out back in april investigators ruled out arson caused million to do in damage to the 180 unit complex and also prompted the evacuation about 250 people from nearby apartments. all 3 westbound lanes of concord boulevard are closed between the lindo street and mira vista terrace the lanes are expected to reopen by 7 o'clock tomorrow night. coming up on kron 4 news weekend, the california state fair is back along with some
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state fairs officially kicked off in sacramento and along with all the traditional fund the fair also includes a fabulous world. food festival. reporter karma dickerson takes a look. >>first day of the fair and there's a line out the door. >>coming out of the to have a good time. people excited for the favorites in the classic they're offering when does the exhibit but there are some out of the box alternatives. which is pretty much exactly what it sounds like. up its blast on
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dot com to bring your dog to that they're qualified for the competition. the dog the gyms for this in the pool when that contest runs through opening weekend every night at 7.30 you can catch some version of this essay heroes and villains those sort of the things that we see darth vader going around we see a superhero. >>in the tapes performer right there looking very super. the main event an hour and a half and choreographed acrobatics to me in dance numbers on horseback but the variety of themes. >>going stephanie. we have the on sage and jennifer lopez. >>and just when you thought you knew everything there was to know about their 5th state fair and food festival towns vendors to create a specialty item at a promotional price. fair food festival pass gives you over $4 with the food we're about $20 allowing you
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for tickets for specialty items listed on the pass like montana cues grizzly met one of our signature dish that is very popular in the matter how many times you bet, you can always come up with the first. >>i signed up to do plane contests is yes i did have never done it before not first i end up winning. >>those karma dickerson reporting the state fair in sacramento is open today until 10 o'clock at night. but and say no admission after 08:00pm it runs through sunday july 28th looks like a good time. let's go ahead take short break we're going to go out to sfo this time around take a look t
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>>welcome back to kron 4 morning news, good morning, everybody live shot coming in from sfo and we don't have any delays this morning even though we can see a nice little deck of fog right up there against the hills we swing things around to mount diablo a nice blue skies to check in those inland areas getting some warm here some nice heating in daylight this morning. this all we have and the bigger picture high-pressure we've been talking about obviously with a nice warm up in place warming up everywhere looks like throughout this weekend that will change later on that will trough out here waiting. hi i'm gonna start to weaken wards into the weekend and early next week where you get maisel thrust. some onshore winds cooler temperatures and you're going to feel that again those inland valleys as we take away those 90's and retire back to the 80's for
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highs are currents right now excuse me upper 50's line of the east bay shoreline 6070. antioch 58 meanwhile for napa 53 san francisco. all these locations warming up nicely to 80's and 90's across the state while one oh 5 fresno bakersfield, a one ohg4 really baking in central valley. it's really start to feel like to live there central coast in the 60's you can see all the san francisco managing 70 76 celiac san diego even checking in at 79 and 77 up to big bear there. so our winds to see what happens in the future someone on a van full will get a little bit of a breeze that kicks in the evening hours. look at this by sunday, this is when we start to see some movement that high pressure weekends. low pressure to our west starts to move to our directions. we have a change of the guard. this onshore flow influence is going to impact us into tomorrow, so this is going to be after we reached those lofty highs inside a sunday afternoon. you get that breeze cooking all overnight looks like into monday a look at your 4 zone forecast going on for today,
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70 again, san francisco, most locations around the city, however, upper 60's mission district maybe 71 meanwhile along the coast upper 60's might be a stretch to paying on how well that clears in places like half moon bay. we have a problem the faa going on and up in the north bay beaches as well south san cisco 66 burlingame at 75. the upper 70's to the south even getting some 80's here mountain view with 82. palo alto 85, san jose 87 matching that milpitas cupertino about 87 as well east bay shoreline managing some lower 80's in the southern end here. but the 90's 91 for livermore 89 for pleasanton 91 for walnut creek with a 93 going on for concord up the contra costa county could be quite toasty in those spots, san leandro 7976 for oakland jump into the north bay sonoma 93, 86 for napa 93 also santa rosa, some selective spots also being in the 90's the north bay elsewhere expect the 80's, here's the 7 day forecast and then bunk there you can see
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the big drop happening into tuesday, when we really start feeling those effects and on to the remainder of the week. >>for your health this morning cataracts are the leading cause of blindness in the world, according to the world health organization by 2020 over 30 million people are projected to be diagnosed with cataracts or health expert karen dog joins me this morning with some tips on how to protect our eyes. i had no idea this was a problem, yes, very much so. >>so cataracts involved the lens of the eye and the lands should be very clear it's consists of water and protein that's it. yes. as she as time goes on. things those proteins start to come together and then you end up with too little cloudy why say yes so this people who have cataracts complain about right as a cloudy get bigger and bigger and imagine trying to look to a cloudy lens yeah. my dad
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just had cataract surgery. he had complained for quite a while about a cloudy vision and wasn't as sharp as it used right. >>and sometimes it comes on so gradually they don't really notice it until it's really debilitating right. yeah and then when they have surgery they're just taking the badlands out and putting in an artificial one, and wn it's a very simple surgery from what i understand really us yet so no one should have to suffer with it right. >>so let's let's talk a little bit about about people who are at risk for cataracts. >>so people at risk, you know not wearang sunglasses throughout the lifetime. uvb radiation from sunlight his is very debilitating so it's really bad for your eyes, so you know start doing that at a young age. you know don't wait till year old in year. i said you know it's interesting as you'll be out and about and you'll see children small children in strollers with the sunglasses and you're going to think oh how cute right back to their parents are doing a good job of protecting their
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rights are yet. >>and think about it too when you're driving to hand over those glasses on to get up so that's that's number one of us and i diabetes is the other one. yet we talk about diabetes way that plan and when you have a lot of blood sugar low blood sugar binds with protein too. so it's not unusual to think that yeah they have this conditioner there's going to be a cholesterol as well. another pro team that's that's another risk factor ii of high cholesterol. eye injury. will also hello. impact see ok but a lot of you know even their of so risk factors can even go through all of them on the right, those are some of the key and we'll just how prevalent it is 30 million people. yes, so so it is out so what can people do besides the sunglasses what are other options that we can do. >>the lifestyle so eating a healthy diet so there are 2
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particular pigments in plants. >>karsh shown to be very helpful for preventing cataracts, actually found that lee teen and see us and thin reduce the need for having cataract surgery by 20%. well yes, so that is at a very significant, so something as simple as eating of an impact on your their vision and let me guess fruits and vegetables. red orange pigments and and when they accumulate in your and then in your lands so they're kind of i call an internal sunglasses all so don't have your own built and so just have to eat those those pigments so the number one and a food actually leafy greens volcano. red yellow it's just that they have a really uh. it which is
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green, so you don't see it obviously it's kind of math so we're highlighting spinach air but we're really talking about kale. >>is way off the chart that is the number and then and coming down with the spin and it is also very high color green yes put into perspective the kill has 3 times more of the 18 z is anthony. so yet another reason to eat kale yeah, yeah really is a super food is it's so funny because it used to be a sell it, but i never to a and now we're thinking about how it can protect their eyes like that so the same with a lot of signs. yes the remains last lettuce at also is it is a high on the list jail you have some other >>these are the actual yellow and oranges of the corn is also a good source of philly teens use ambon. one thinks about care it. yeah as we think of bugs bunny right and are cared for your dad right.
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actually they are very low in lieu teen in zia's dampen but they're very high in another pavement, the beta carotene which is good for general. i'm maintaining that cystic leak out. yes, yes, so there, but they're still there, but i'm so they're still good to eat it so so we took harris, but don't rely on yes right make sure you're getting your leafy greens that but a lot of it that you need to make sure you get some oils and when you eat these cars that helps absorb the looting and see it and say this is all combination, yes, the littles oil olive oil on your cell anemia, perfect combination trump, some carrots and there as well for a year said yeah, karen thank you so much this was really helpful again considering just how many people know someone or themselves. >>the gun to cataracts surgery for some ways to help your
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happening today muni service will be returning to the sales force transit center in san francisco, rounds, 5, 5, are 3838 are as well as 7 are back in operation. ac transit will still operate out of the temporary transbay terminal. so writers will have to cross between the bus plaza and beale street to board those buses along with greyhound an amtrak the center easily recently reopened but this will be the first bus services cracks were discovered in those steel beams at the trend to center way back last september. an action comedy in
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a horror movie hit the theaters this weekend and they'll try to swat spiderman from the top spot. david daniel has a preview. driver kumail nanjiani picks up a fare to remember in stuber. >>day but he says the police detective who forces his driver to help him track down a drug lord estimates for the action comedies debut range from 7 to million well behind spiderman far from home which should easily repeat as weekend chant. >>the state of florida has issued a category >>for moviegoers looking for something darker and wetter there's crawl very pepper and pious go to play a father and daughter are battling a florida hurricane and a swarm of giant alligators will the horror flick sink or swim it's looking at a million debut in hollywood, i'm david daniel.
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leave the bench warming to your tennis bag. finally, an eggo thick and fluffy waffle all to myself, whoa. karen, karen you've got to try this. breakfast in bed? major. husband. points. would you l'eggo your eggo? >>good saturday morning to you thanks a lot for joining us on kron 4 news we can as we sneak
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a peek outside from the embarcadero camera this morning in san francisco, hi everybody i'm marty gonzales states party with a forecast that is going to talk about high temperatures, especially inland where yes, it's going to be a warm weekend going over for just a reminder that we're in july in case you forgot and said you know is this may or something and now it's july and it's going to feel that way and some of those inland areas at least close the season. but we have a treat coming up next week at least in that the extended there's not be able check in nice and a blue skies that we're seeing we're seeing a lot of this going on the inland areas so we're already getting in live. heating. >>meanwhile, meanwhile around the immediate bay, this is what we have and this fog kind of lingering around which will be the story for the coast today, so unfortunate a beach locations. half moon bay up the point re stenson beach that may be a problem, let's see what the projections are you'll see what i'm talking about see that layer fog goes all the way down the monterey bay looks like and then point re so spots along the coast, that'll be a little bit of an issue but the bay should clear up pretty quickly so we have high pressure on the west coast basically so that
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provides warmth. although it's not too crazy here central valley, a or b pop and well above 100 however this little trough out to the coast are well out to sea will be a player next week providing a good on shore flow and so forth you're a start feeling those effects as early as sunday night winds of change. yes because we have a big dramatic change in temperatures going on even if those inland valleys. now right now we have 70 for antioch warming up nicely along the water upper 50's east bay shoreline up to the north bay 58 for napa 53 san francisco, 60 meanwhile for san jose, a touch warmer in some spots that we saw from yesterday but pretty close on tap for we don't look at that deep blue skies tunnel 84 for high noon 90 going on by about 3 o'clock and will mere pretty much that by sunday afternoon too before the change happens. 70's, san francisco open 7687 for san jose. we'll talk a bit more about your weekend forecast in just a bit marty
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sounds good day seen a few minutes, thanks a lot of us get to our top story this morning this weekend people across the bay area and the entire country. >>are preparing for planned ice raids on undocumented immigrants they're set to begin tomorrow and since news of the raids broke earlier this week we've seen protests across the country. more protests are planned today in the custom indominus customs immigration office in san francisco is going to be ground 0 for that kron four's christian that hate rose live in the city she has the latest for us, christina good morning. >>well good morning and i'm here in front of those offices in san francisco right now and as you can tell behind me there already have some barricades out very much preparing for these protests said that are predicted to go ahead and happened today that president trump's that immigration authorities when to go ahead and start these rates tomorrow and then president trump's the you know this announcement really comes with in the weeks of uncertainty with and turmoil with his administration over the use of aggressive enforcement tactics, aimed at
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immigration levels at the u s mexico border now protests will take place throughout the country as well. according to officials if there is a raid it will focus on people who did not show up in court for deportation cases now activists claim these undocumented immigrants were not notified and are not required to be notified about court appearances. now the heads of local police departments like san francisco and oakland. so they are not participating the rage because of sanctuary city laws in a press conference mayor london breed reminds immigrants about their rights if and when ice agents come to their door. if you are arresting you have the right to remain silent. >>you have the right to an attorney. remember immigrant agents generally need a judicial warrant to enter your home, it's really sad that we are in this state of affairs we have people in families and children in particular living in fear of going to work going to school going about their daily life. >>ives.
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>>local protests have been going on all week across the bay area in regards to this and as we had mentioned, they're predicted to be right here downtown later today, reporting live in san francisco christina teatro kron 4 news all right christina cnn about an hour with an update. >>ice agents conducting raids here in the bay area will not be getting help for most bay area law enforcement agencies and that includes the alameda county sheriff's office. kron 4 yoon has that part of our coverage for us. we do not want our immigrant community to fear their local law enforcement we want them to call us we want them to report only with ice raids set to begin at any time across the state of california. >>bay area law enforcement agencies like the alameda county sheriff's office led to reassure residents. there is nothing to fear from local police were not involved in front-line immigration enforcement deputy sergeant ray kelly says state law sb 54 past back in 2017 prevent
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state and local police from helping federal immigration level this has been going on for the last couple years so we're well aware of of these impending raids that are being announced by the administration and kind of the chaotic the circumstances that they create. you know we're here to reassure people that we in law enforcement here at the sheriff's office. we're following the california values act california truth act the trust act and we do not cooperate or work with ice, he says instead of making the community safer these eyes rates have the potential of undermining community policing efforts here in the bay area we've been building up that trust and we want them to know that we want to come help them and that they hesitate because they think that somehow we're connected to. what the federal government is doing it dublin haaziq kron 4 news. >>and kron 4 will have continuing coverage of the ice raids throughout the morning and on your web on our website as well you can find more
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information on demonstrations across the country. you'll also find more information for bay area families that migho be affected you can find it all at kron 4 dot com. ahead this morning, the defense has rested its case on the go ship trial we're going to hear from the legal expert on what's next. plus there's been an uptick of great white shark sightings off the california coast we're going to take you to one spot with a big fish are being turned into big business. and governor newsom signed a bill aimed at helping utilities with wildfire costs even when their equipment is lowe's knows to paint it "right", only the best will do.
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drivers who were cited for running red lights and san matteo will either get their citations dismissed or they'll get a refund that's because city leaders are ending the city's red-light camera program after finding an error in yellow light time in at the intersection of saratoga drive in hillsdale boulevard city leaders also say the valuation the found the safety benefits of the program a fallen flat and it's becoming harder to administer. a great white shark was spotted near half moon bay, this week, the san mateo county sheriff's office warn swimmers about the shark between the ritz carlton resort to the pillar point harbor a little further down the coast. there's a feeding frenzy taking place in monterey bay, phil gomez explains. >>nothing like this in the world that i know of pretty incredible. >>is not a long boat journey from santa cruz to so kill covert what is now referred to
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as. it's right off new brighton seacliff in a recent state beaches in the monterey bay. we'll watching has always been popular but charter boats recently added great white shark encounters to the menu. but i think people are say was sharks really. >>i mean they're on tv shark week comes every year >>and they are here live swimming in the monterey bay. no one not even the experts actually know what brought them here question is are they being born nearby certainly some are traveling from southern california some are wearing tags that we've identified so we spotted about 6 or 7 great whites from everything from this small little guy that's probably about a year soul. >>to some bigger older ones that run several years old. this part of the monterey bay is ideal it provides a habitat that these great white sharks and thrive in and tourists. >>we're with sea goddess tours couldn't get enough.
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>>i doubt they're going to like one maybe 2 if we're lucky there's like that 10. and i think it's really funny is i've never seen a shark in real life before accepting an. >>aquarium we've had more people coming on the whale watch is asking specifically about the sharks wanting to see the sharks and it seemed like the right thing to do. >>well that was phil gomez reporting and no further shark sightings have been reported since friday, but police still urge people to be on alert if you're going into the water near half moon bay this weekend, dave. >>look at that fog linger on alcatraz to which we can see from the shot normally we see it if you live in the city behind it 70 antioch we've got the upper 50's lining up the east bay shoreline 50's also up to the north bay but it's a warm weekend cool
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>>well happening now tropical storm barry is becoming more powerful as it churns towards the gulf coast. camila bernal is in new orleans. she has the latest for us. >>it's been a wet and windy morning and authorities saying it could get worse. they say the heavy rain and the thunderstorms are in the southern part of very it is moving very slowly, but it is comingttoward this area towards the french quarter. authorities saying that people need to be prepared because they see that rain could continue to date tomorrow and even monday. >>this is a very significant severe weather. event. and the national weather service or
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they're using terms like life, threatening floods. >>widespread flooding, deadly storm surge and destructive winds with the possibility of spawning tornadoes. these threats his farm in emergency along the us gulf coast. but officials aren't mincing words sending out warnings over the last 2 days us citizens have heard almost every warning humanly possible. we know that the worse is yet to come over the next 24 to 48 hours. >>stay indoors. >>rising flood waters have taken over streets. the storm surge has already claimed a car. >>this is the first time in in the history of the levee district that we've had to close every single gate, including on the river to the room, a lot louisiana's governor has ordered all floodgates should closed. >>in an attempt to protect the city of new orleans from complete devastation. >>we're very confident in the entire system's ability to withstand what a tropical storm barry may bring us.
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>>and there is a shelter in place is normally a very lively area. it's been a quiet saturday morning in a very quiet friday night. i got the chance to go out and talk to some of the residents here in the area and they tell me that they were worried that they thought they were going to be ok throughout this storm that that anyways and regardless they were going to be ready reporting in new orleans and the lover now. >>bring it back home to the bay area things are a lot. calmer hand also going to be a lot hotter as well. and there that's going to be mostly a rain event it was what it looks like and there's flash flood watches all the way through the southern mississippi to take up to this really st. louis it looks like so. >>i don't want to talk briefly about that before we get to the home for real quickly here there we can see what's left the mister barry they're still tropical storm look at the northern edge of it. we don't see a lot of rain happening here, here's the center of rotation about there. now here's the projections of what goes on still tropical storm strength. to well it's now become a hurricane again now 75 mile per hour winds after you can see category one as it
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travels north it loses that quickly to tropical storm strength by sunday evening tomorrow evening looks like it will become a tropical depression. big issue with this will be the heavy rains you can see which i showed you from the satellite are really out to sea for right now and then later on up to missouri again. the heaviest rains. jimmy speaking as they are in the eastern side of the systems back on the home front, it's fog there you have it from the bay bridge, all lined up against the east bay hills, this is one of the areas we should start to see clear relatively first compared to what's going on elsewhere. there's mount diablo checking in with a nice blue skies behind a 70 for antioch everybody else is in the 50's and the 60's for now 53 santa rosa. napa 5860 going on for san jose and 54 meanwhile for san francisco. morning fog. and for ticket for san francisco but then clearing mile to warm for the inland areas here depending on the perspective in for the season, this is july were supposed to be seeing a lot of
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90's and we'll see some of those 90's in the far east bay reaches that continues throughout this weekend as will see those 90's there morning fog and mostly sunny drill, then early in the week things change continued mostly sunny though, however it will be a cool start with some 80's replacing those 90's and even some lower 80's in the far east bay finally by tuesday, it looks like we get the final effect someplace. but today antioch at 95 packard at 9391 for livermore look at central valley we had to use a different set of crayons because it's going to be even hotter 100 of looks like 93% of rosa 86 napa matching that for an 74 san francisco, not bad kind of warm there 80 for hayward 87 meanwhile for san jose again 76 going on for oakland, san jose at 87 not coming up it will be having the 4 zone forecast in the extended for you marty okay day thank you, san jose police are investigating a homicide they believe is the result of a home invasion in what's usually a quiet neighborhood. >>kron four's gayle ong spoke to a neighbor who knew the
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victim. >>the house of montecito drive covered we crime scene tape has about 10:00am. >>and we street blocked off here home street southwest filled with police cars and policeman. >>neighbors telling us it's the rarest of crimes in this evergreen neighborhood a homicide i was shocked. >>i mean this is a really a nearby and a this we consider this a very safe neighborhood. it's a stay quiet. of course attacking him it's a quiet neighborhood. that's why we loved her. >>this neighbor did not want to show his face on camera but has lived here for decades, we don't expect this to happen in neighborhood i'm in here for more than 20 years >>there is there's nothing that it's like you know, it's very unusual then jose police is not releasing many details but a woman who lives on this street tells us the victim is an elderly man who was a grandfather police have not id the victim. >>the street has been blocked off all day long as investigators come to the scene searching for clues,
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interviewing neighbors. i asked a policeman who is standing out here. >>street if it was safe for my daughter and i to be here to feed the ducks, he said it was fine and then now we're feeding the ducks and came back and i asked him what was going on and said there was a burglary in the neighborhood and asked they caught a the suspects and he said no, but they were working on it. >>kron four's gayle ong reporting now we have reached out to san jose police but so far this morning. they've not yet released any new information about the suspect in the case. and coming up on kron 4 news weekend both the a's and giants flexing some muscle following the all-star break mark has all the
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>>a's closed out the 1st half in excellent shape winning 7 of their last 10 games before the break and right on the border of a playoff spot tonight oakland, getting back to work we go to the coliseum bob melvin's club post in the white sox no problems for the also the a's backstop the second phase up one nothing remote a lorry on smokes one to left field sends a shot into the second deck. and on thvery next batter says profar drives one to right field in fact. jack's for the a's 13 consecutive games with a home run for this team, a's lead 3 nothing 5, 1, open your final they'll run in fact.
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with a nice ovation for bruce bocce in his last time it was park is giants manager. we got some late drama top tonight, not at 5 brandon crawford. laser shot to right. it will take a 6, 5, week. brewers responded quickly. bottom of the 9th christian gets a hanging breaking ball smacked down the first base line to yell h hostelling rounding second and the reigning mvp safely into 3rd and the triple brewers with tight on an rbi ground out we'll go to x. the base is loaded for buster posey change the game on one swing of the first pitch. we intend 7 is part of the fun, i've homerun night for san francisco. they all swear to the majors incredible story, the la angels playing their first home game since the death of their teammate tyler
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skaggs at the 27 year-old passed away last monday all the players wore his number 45 tonight, the angels facing the mariners he knew it was going to be special for stating mike trout dials up a dinger 450 feet back first 2 run homer all part of a seven-run framed base for people in the angels pitching staff fired just imagine just raided a combined no-hitter between taylor cole and felix pena the angels win 13 nothing and comes through for their fallen teammate, really can't script sports just amazing now, it's only a matter of weeks before nfl training camp is in full swing but we already have a big readers headline to discuss. >>the nfl has suspended oakland's newly signed offensive lineman richie incognito for the first 2 games of the season. due to violation of the league's personal conduct policy. this is not a complete surprise considering he signed with a team dealing with legal issues this suspension reportedly stems from family related incidents in august 2018 which led to criminal damage and disorderly conduct charges. the 36 year-old pleaded guilty
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to the misdemeanor counts. he can participate in training camp. fox we'll have to miss the beginning of the regular season and now to the wimbledon semifinals roger federer rafael nidal the 2 superstars meeting at wimbledon for the first time to their 5 set thriller in 2008 all won that match. we thought we'd see another epic this with the first 2 sets with and all taking a second. but down the stretch. eight-time champion wimbledon settled down winning sets 3, 4, 6, 3, 6, 4, federer advances to his 12 final seeking a 21th grand slam title. >>they'll face top seed. novak show coverage on sunday and finally tonight we leave you with highlights of steph curry. >>the golfer, the 2 time mvp at the american century championship celebrity attorney, a beautiful day edgewood tahoe, look at him showing the full array of skills hitting threes while sitting down in golf clothes, toys and then way up the approach. the day with an
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eagle to finish tied for 12th place today and get this fun fact, his father dell it is in 6th place. >>all right mark and we want to give you an update from when alton new this morning serena williams lost the woman's wimbledon championship to simona halep she lost in straight sets. serena had been going for her 8th wimbledon championship. this is how its first wimbledon championship and she is the first romanian to win that title. it's going take you outside for a live look at conditions at the golden gate bridge that fog continues to hang in there. dave has the forecast for us
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morning, we're back on kron 4 news we can say most shot there though a summer in san francisco. we asked some of clouds a little bit breezy too and going in land though it is going to be a get downright toasty later today days here to tell us more about that is good for more like july is what it's going to feel like and then it's going to return again to june in may on looks pass raising a when a short you know, but fog we're dealing with this morning covering the bay area. this is u c berkeley now out he's a shoreline is hiding out of the fog right there. >>so normally we could see there and see off to the bay and whatever not this morning, there's the golden gate bridge promise you the tower are still there i saw it my way and so i know they're still there, but can't see anything right now as far as the fog future cast for says these are the selective area problems that should be cleared out
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within the next couple of hours, however at the coast. this will remain a problem. also point re there you can see that that remains an issue as well so these little problem areas of the coast particular market, a lift. this fog throughout the day today, it looks like 70, antioch most of the readings are in the 60's and the 50's at this hour 54 san francisco. and quite a climb we're going to see today is the projected high of 70 we see. here's the live shot coming in from sun all 84 high noon, 3 at about 90 in some selective spots will see the lower 90's today, deep blue skies to see this is what's in our future. later on thismorning for today. battling white sox it's the oakland a's game time one oh 7 temperatures middle 70's, mostly sunny, mild just bit of a light breeze to throw and they're light and variable with that we expect to 70 the high today, san francisco oakland at 7687 meanwhile, san jose. we'll check the 4 zone forecast and that extended coming up a bit marty sounds good day. thanks. a lot want to give you an update on our top story this morning, the
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bay area and other cities across the country are bracing for ice raids this weekend. >>and protesters have taken to the streets across the country. in oakland on friday night, however people gathered not to demonstrate, but to hold a vigil for immigrant children who are caught in the middle of all this kron four's dan thorn was there. >>hundreds take over oakland city hall to raise awareness over the conditions at border detention facilities. this was one of more than 700 lights -pfor liberty vigils planned across the country. people within this large groups say they want the detention centers to be shut down the detention centers. >>are not the right word, their concentration camps. >>the organizer josie camacho says sunday's ice raids are just a continuation of fear. she says children are already being forced in inhumane conditions at these camps and the families belong together. >>there are children that are dying. there are more children that are going to be dying and it should not happen because all they're doing it's trying
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to get a better life tina death immigrated to the united states from vietnam 40 years ago, she says as an immigrant mother. >>seeing families being separated has been difficult but you don't know what to do and whether government to take my children to know. >>and what they do with the on what to lie. so i didn't know plays they being locked down. >>others at the vigil say they want to spread awareness about why these immigrants are being forced to come to america, but also why their home countries should be taking some responsibility. >>it could be more analysis and consideration on the relationship with the central american governments because the remaining silent on the changing of their own citizens are forced to reporting in oakland dan thorn kron 4 news. and of course ice is not detailing when or where those rains are going to happen. >>in a statement i says it's focusing on people who pose a threat to national security adding quote, however, all of
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those in violation of the immigrant laws may be subject to immigrant arrest detention and if found removable by final order removal from the united states. we'll have continuing coverage of the ice raids throughout the morning here on kron 4 and also on our website where you can find even more information about the demonstrations across the country and find more information for bay area families who might be affected you can find it all at kron 4 dot com. the defense has rested in its case with ago ship warehouse trial and now prosecutors are preparing for rebuttal evidence which will be presented next week kron four's michelle's kingston spoke to a legal expert who says the da's office chose the 2 weakest people to charge in this case. >>people who were trying to do a good thing. >>and that thing you have and that so many people have your sort of hand in you want to point these 2 people. you know horrible filthy jail. how's
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that made anything better. >>paula canny as a defense attorney not representing anyone in the go ship trial but someone who has been watching very closely if. >>they find any. >>either harris or almanea. guilty for one. they're going to find him guilty for all 36 and vice a versa. >>derick almena and max harris are charged with 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter for everyone who died in the fire at the electronic music party back in 20 16 of the go ship at oakland warehouse, the space was not zoned are permitted for people to live inside or to hold large events but all may know his wife and 3 children. his co-defendant next harris who is described as the creative director and about 20 other people live there. prosecutors say almena and harris are responsible for the fire because they did not provide exit sign sprinklers
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are working fire extinguishers. >>it is complicated and the prosecution is going to try to argue this is a very simple case. they didn't get permits they didn't do the things they shouldn't on and they let people live in a place that wasn't designed to he lived in and therefore they're legally responsible in the letter party happened in place where. parties aren't supposed to happen. >>closing arguments are set to begin july 29th. in oakland michelle kingston kron 4 news. >>kron 4 news weekend, the california state fair is back along with its tasty food festival. we'll take you there next. well the california
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state fairs officially kicked off in sacramento and along with all the traditional fund the fair also includes a fabulous world food festival. current dickerson has a look. >>first day of the fair and there's a line out the door. >>comhng out of the to have a good time. people excited for the favorites in the classic they're offering when does the exhibit but there are some out of the box alternatives. which is pretty much exactly what it sounds like. up its blast on dot com to bring your dog to that they're qualified for the competition. the dog the gyms
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for this in the pool when that coesns through opening weekend. but every night at 7.30 you can catch some version of this you say heroes and villains those sort of the things that we see darth vader going around we see a superhero. >>in the tapes performer right there looking very super. the main event an hour and a half and choreographed acrobatics to me in dance numbers on horseback but the variety of themes. >>gwen stefani we have the on sage and jennifer lopez. >>and just when you thought you knew everything there was to know about their 5th state fair and food festival towns vendors to create a specialty item at a promotional price. food festival pass gives you over $4 with the food we're about $20 allowing you for tickets for specialty items listed on the pass like
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try my $4.99 barbeque bacon double cheeseburger combo. >>welcome back to kron 4 morning news, good morning, everybody live shot coming in from sfo, no delays even though we do see the fog behind us and the background there also the same case u c berkeley so run the media bay, the fog still lingering in some of those valleys. however, it's expected to mix out however as we get into the late morning hours. later on this weekend we've got a nice warm-up in store with that high pressure the west coast. but later on upstream this low. it's going to drive some winds for us and we'll have a change of the guard cooler temperatures coming our way at least not as hot. 70 going on for current numbers from antioch 63 concord 64 livermore upper 50's line up the east bay shoreline 50's meanwhile to the north bay 54 for san francisco. high temperatures today projected in central alley, one oh 5 ish or so 67 monterey, 70 for san
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francisco look at this big bear section to be warmer than a 77 going on for big bear 76 for a l a x and 79 meanwhile for san diego, one of projections of the winds today we see a little uptick from the daytime heating inland. what's this after we get the warmth from sunday. that's going to change quickly into sunday night is a trop starts to move in. we have this change of the guard. so that drives the winds. all sunday night and then by monday morning we do shake the winds off a little bit but cooler temperatures for around the bay. inland it will take another day or 2 about tuesday to start feeling those effects us get to it the 4 zone forecast highs today, 70 for san francisco's mission district maybe add a degree or so the coast, upper 60's 67 going on for half moon bay. but you will be fighting that fog all day today 66 pacifica to the northern end of the peninsula we have 70's already being known 72 for san bruno 60's up to the north meanwhile to the southern end upper 70's, 85 or so palo alto 82 from mountain view. redwood
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city 83. the south bay 87 for san jose to cupertino as well in milpitas east bay shoreline lower 80's, 89 for pleasanton livermore around 91 87 for dublin, 91 going on for walnut creek, it looks like san leandro something 9.76 for oakland 93 conquered so again we're going to raise those numbers in a couple of days, 91 still to fairfield 86 for napa 93 for sonoma 93 also for santa rosa there's point raid 62. but maybe even know valley managing 80 totay. so here's the temperature and then the drop let's call it a step for monday and then a bigger drop happening on to tuesday's we see 80's the remainder of the week. >>for your health this morning cataracts are the leading cause of blindness in the world, according to the world health organization by 2020 over 30 million people are projected to be diagnosed with cataracts or health expert karen on joins me this morning with some tips on how to protect our eyes. i had no
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idea this was a problem, yes, very much so. >>so cash involved the lens of the eye and the lands should be very clear. it's consists of water and protein better. yes. as chic as time goes on. things those protein start to come together and then you end up with these little cloudy why say yes so this people who have cataracts complain about right as a cloudy they get bigger and bigger and imagine trying to look to a cloudy lens yeah, yeah, my dad just had cataract surgery. he had complained for quite a while about a cloudy vision and wasn't as sharp as it used right. >>and center. >>comes on so gradually they don't really notice it until it's really debilitating right. yeah and then when they have surgery, they're just taking the badlands out and putting in an artificial one and when it's a very simple surgery from what i understand really us yet so no one should have to suffer with it right. >>so let's let's talk a little bit about about people who are
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at risk for cataracts. >>so people at risk, you know, not wearing sunglasses throughout the lifetime. uvb radiation from sunlight is is very debilitating so it's really bad for your eyes, so you know start doing that at a young age. you know don't wait till year old in year. i said you know it's interesting as you'll be out and about and you'll see children small children in strollers with the sunglasses and you're going to think oh how cute right back to their parents are doing a good job of protecting their rights are yet. >>and think about it too when you're driving to hand those glasses on to get up >>so that's that's number one of us and i diabetes is the other one. yet we talk about diabetes way that plan and when you have a lot of blood sugar low blood sugar finds with protein too. so it's not unusual to think that yeah they have this conditions are there's a good at high cholesterol as well. another
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pro team that's that's another risk that area of high cholesterol. eye injury. will also help. impact a lot of you know even their of so risk factors can even go through all of them on the right, those are some of the key and we'll just how prevalent it is 30 million people. yes, so so it is out so what can people do besides the sunglasses what are other options that we could. >>the lifestyle so eating a healthy diet so there are 2 particular pigments in plants. >>karsh shown to be very helpful for preventing cataracts. my day actually found that lee teen and see us and thin reduce the need for having cataract surgery by 20%. well yes, so that is at a very significant, so something as simple as eating of an impact on your their vision and let me guess fruits and vegetables. red orange
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pigments and and when they accumulate in your retina and then in your lands so they're kind of i call an internal sunglasses all so don't have your own built and so just have to eat those those pigments so the number one and a food is actually leafy greens volcano. red yellow it's just that they have a really uh. it which is green, so you don't see it it's kind of a match. so we're highlighting spinach or but we're really talking about kale. >>is way off the chart that is the number and then and coming down with the spin and it is also very high color green yes put into perspective the kill has 3 times more of the 18 z is anthony. so yet another reason to eat kale yeah, yeah
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really is a super food is it's so funny because it used to be a i to a and now we're thinking about how it can protect their eyes like that so the same with a lot of signs. yes the remains last lettuce at also is it is a high on the list jail you have some other >>these are the actual yellow and oranges of the corn is also a good source of philly teens use ambon. one thinks about care it. yeah as we think of bugs bunny right and our care right actually they are very low in lieu teen in zia's dampen they're very high in another pavement, the beta carotene which is good for general. maintaining that cystic leak out. yes, yes, so there, but they're still there, but i'm so they're still good to eat it so so we took harris, but don't rely on yes right make sure you're getting your leafy greens that but a lot of it that you need to make sure you get some oils and when you eat these cars
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that helps absorb the loo teen and see it and say this is all combination, yes, the littles oil olive oil on your cell a combination trump, some carrots and there as well for a year said yeah, karen thank you so much this was really helpful again considering just how many people know someone or themselves. >>the gun to cataracts surgery you can't fake the goodness of real strawberries.
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force transit center routes 5, 5, are 3838 are as well as 7 are all back in operation. ac transit will still operate out of the temporary transbay terminal. so that means drivers will have to cross between the bus plaza and beale street to board those buses along with greyhound an amtrak the center recently reopened but this will be the first bus service in scratch were discovered in those steel beams of the transit center way back last september. 5 penguin chicks of the san francisco zoo are learning how to swim now there are only 2 months old and they're learning some of the basic lessons of what the zoo calls fish school. that includes learning to the whole fish how to swim and socialize with their caretakers as well for $5 visitors can also help name these 5 penguins. the donation benefits penguin, conservation. and this sea lion pup is making a splash in his new habitat at the zoo in
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illinois charger made his public debut on thursday, he was born last month here in california. the zoo staff says he's already reached about 40 pounds at nearly double his birth weight and charger will soon be introduced to solid foods, including the sea lion favorite of all fish of course it takes. all right marty we're looking at they temperatures in the 60's in the 50's for the most part any auto racing ahead in about 70's, you can see. >>were looking for a warm weekend but then things will
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we're taking a live look outside from the embarcadero camera this morning see some clouds there but that's going to clear hi everybody i'm marty gonzales. >>does barr is here to tell us just when that's going to clear how died will the already looks like it is unclear late morning hours for most of the bay, however, the coast you may be dogged by those coastal clients just about all day today. temperatures as he said will be warming up and those in the valleys, it's still going to feel like july some case you forgot a little reminder will happen this afternoon. let's get some blue skies and here bethel island checking in here, yes so the inland looking pretty good this morning getting some of that heating already sweet thingp around the golden gate again the coastal fog and the clouds lingering a little bit even at this 9 o'clock hour. >>what we have should again mix out fairly quickly in the next couple of hours,
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lingering at the coast as you will notice. and a little bit up to selective areas of the north bay that will be part of the long the coastal areas that will be a problematic situation. we have a high that's in place. but a bit of an onshore flow, shore. but the lion's share of that is still out to sea now we have this change of the guard. these 2 systems that's going to drive some winds bring a different air mass here translation, cooler temperatures protect the inland. you're going to see early next week 75 antioch 67 concord livermore 65 lower 60's lot of the east bay shoreline, lots of green on the board 54 meanwhile for san francisco. pretty close to where the numbers were from yesterday, although were trailing a little bit in the peninsula. a little bit up here to the delta you'll notice. alright for today little shot of some old nice deep blue skies, popping at about 90 come mid afternoon, 87 also we'll do it by 01:00pm under sunny to mostly sunny skies. highs meanwhile for san francisco, a pretty lofty 70 76 going on for oakland and 87 for san jose coming up in a
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bit. we'll check of the forecast what you can expect for the weekend and with the latest on what is now hurricane barry. sounds good day. thank you let's get to our top story this morning this weekend people across the bay area and the country. >>preparing for planned ice raids on undocumented immigrants they're set to begin tomorrow. now since news of the raids broke earlier in the week we've seen demonstrations across the country. and more protests are planned today in the customs and immigration office in san francisco. kron four's christine that hatred is live in the city she has more on that christine a. >>now i'm actually right in front of that office right now here in san francisco and as you can see behind me there's actually some barricades here and it's surrounding office here in downtown san francisco. so you can tell that everything it's definitely prepared for those potential oaid to happen there for the potential protests happening because of those raids. now the president president trump said immigration authorities are planning to start those raids
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tomorrow and so that's something that's been on a lot of people's mind. i've been speaking actually was a lot of folks that have been walking around here in downtown just about the general topic of immigration and these potential rate happening and a lot of people have said this is something that they just feel the fear of throughout the city so very interesting to hear their point of view on that. now as we as as i mentioned you know president trump. you know said that these plans are going to be starting happening tomorrow and you know on top of this president trump's announcement comes after weeks of uncertainty and turmoil with in his administration over the use of aggressive enforcement tactics and immigration levels at the u s mexico border now the protests will take place throughout the country including here locally. according to officials if there is a raid that will focus on people who did not show up in court for deportation cases. now activists on the other hand claim those undocumented immigrants were not notified. not recall wired to be notified about court appearances. now the heads of local police importance. departments like san francisco
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and oakland they say they're not participating in the raid because of sanctuary city laws in a press conference mayor london breed reminds immigrants about their rights if and when ice agents come to their door. >>if you are arresting you have the right to remain silent. you have the right to an attorney. >>remember immigrant agents generally need a judicial warrant. >>to enter your home, it's really sad that we are in this state of affairs we have people in families and children in particular are living in fear of. >>going to work going to school going about their daily life ives. >>if you're wondering more about the right to have as an immigrant we actually have full information over kron 4 dot com about what happens if and when an ice agent does come to your door to go ahead and make sure to check that out again in kron 4 dot com. these protests have been going on nationally are expected to go here locally today, reporting live in san francisco, christianity trump. for news. >>all right christine, thanks
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left at live report from san francisco. lise agents conducting raids here in the bay area will not be getting % help for most bay area law enforcement agencies that includes alameda county sheriff's office. kron four's haaziq madyun has that part of our coverage. >>we do not want our immigrant community to fear their local law enforcement we want them to call us we want them to report least with ice raids set to begin at any time across the state of california bay area law enforcement agencies like the alameda county sheriff's office led to reassure residents. >>there is nothing to fear from local police we're not involved in front-line immigration enforcement deputy sergeant ray kelly says state law sb 54 past back in 2017 prevent state and local police from helping federal immigration level. >>this has been going on for the last couple years so we're well aware of of these impending raids that are being announced by the administration and kind of the chaotic the circumstances that
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they create. you know we're here to reassure people that we in law enforcement here at the sheriff's office. we're following the california values act california truth act the trust act and we do not cooperate or work with ice. >>he says instead of making the community safer these eyes rates have the potential of undermining community policing efforts here in the bay area we've been building up that trust and we want them to know that we want to come help them and that they shouldn't hesitate because they think that somehow we're connected to with the federal government is doing it dublin haaziq kron 4 news. >>rapid response networks are set up in cities across the bay area to help undocumented immigrants who are concerned about the upcoming raids. they've created hot lines of people can contact for legal advice, including how to deal directly with an ice agent. anyone who sees an ice agent in their neighborhood is encouraged to call the response network. there are separate response units in
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individual cities around the bay area and you can find the hotline number for your city at kron 4 dot com. and we'll have continuing coverage of the ice raids throughout the morning here on kron 4 also on our website where you can find even more information on demonstrations across the country and find information for bay area families that might be affected. it's all the kron 4 dot com. morning the defense has reste- its case on the go ship warehouse fire trial we're going to hear from a legal expert. >>about what's next. 985
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drivers who were cited for running red lights in san mateo will either get their citations dismissed or they'll get a refund city leaders are ending the city's red-light camera program after they found an error in yellow light timing at the intersection of saratoga drive in hillsville boulevard city leaders also say that they had an evaluation of that and they found that the safety benefits of the program have fallen flat and it's become much tougher to administer. shark was spotted near half moon bay earlier this week, the san mateo county sheriff's office warn swimmers about the shark between the ritz carlton resort. all the way to the pillar point harbor a little further down the coast. there's a feeding frenzy taking place in monterey bay. phil gomez explains. >>nothing like this in the world that i know of pretty incredible. >>is not a long boat journey from santa cruz to soak hilco over what is now referred to as shark park. it's right off
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new brighton seacliff in a recent state beaches in the monterey bay. we'll watching has always been popular but charter boa s recently added great white shark encounters to the menu. i think people are just fascinated with charts really. >>i mean they're on tv shark week comes every year >>and they are here live swimming in the monterey bay. no one not even the expertp actually know what brought them here question is are they being born nearby certainly some are traveling from southern california some are wearing tags that we've identified so we spotted about 6 or 7 great whites from everything from this small little guy that's probably about a year soul. >>to some bigger older ones that run several years this part of the monterey bay is ideal it provides a habitat that these great white sharks and thrive in and tourists who worked with sea goddess tours couldn't get enough. >>i doubt they're going to
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like one maybe 2 if we're lucky there's like that 10. >>and i think it's really funny is i've never seen a shark in real life before accepting an. >>aquarium we've had more people coming on the whale watch is asking specifically about the sharks wanting to see the sharks and it seemed like the right thing to do. >>well those phil gomez reporting now know for the further shark sightings have been reported since yesterday but police are urging people to be on alert. if they are going to go in the water near half moon bay this weekend. >>and look at contrast with that robert in by the fog still at this hour but slipping a little area temperatures in the 60's and coaching 70's, your forecast next. just when you thought you were done painting...
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threatening floods, widespread flooding. >>deadly storm surge and destructive winds with the possibility of spawning tornadoes. these threats his farm in emergency along the us gulf coast. but officials aren't mincing words sending out warnings over the last 2 days us citizens have heard almost every warning humanly possible. we know that the worse is yet to come over the next 24 to 48 hours. >>stay indoors. >>rising flood waters of taking over streets. the storm surge has already claimed a car. >>this is the first time in the in the history of the levee district that we've had to close every single gate, including on the river to the room, a louisiana's governor has ordered all floodgates should closed. >>in an attempt to protect the city of new orleans from complete devastation. >>we're very confident in a the entire system's ability to withstand what a tropical storm barry may bring us. >>and there is a shelter in
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place is normally a very lively area. it's been a quiet saturday morning in a very quiet friday night. i got the chance to go out and talk to some of the residents here in the area and they tell me that they were worried, they thought they were going to be ok throughout this storm but that anyways and regardless they were going to eat ready reporting in new orleans and camila bernal. >>the quiet before the brunt of the storm right before then the rain gets here you know he's not to lose deluge with lot of rain you can see there as camille was telling us it's on the southern edge of the storm system this we can see mardi on the satellite picture and all that red that you see there that's the hurricane warning that they have posted because it has been upgraded to a hurricane to but there you can see some of that now making its way up that heavy rain marching up the mississippi valley or at least southern mississippi. most of the storm rain activity is south of the center of the system or in the north and really nothing is going on yet. the outlining that i have here in green you can make
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out. this is flash flood watches which extend all of the southern mississippi valley as you can notice up to the boot hill, missouri, where that becomes later on flood advisory stuff, a small stream flooding. ribbons sure stream flooding and so forth that will be up to the north so this will be a wet system, not so much of a wind system and also because of such a weak hurricane category one and will become a tropical storm fairly quickly and also too because a it's a it's just never got a chance to really strengthen too much. this is what happens. we got a sunday morning. it will be a tropical storm by that point max winds at 45 down to 35 on sunday evening there you see it becoming extra tropical or a tropical low by that point by the time it gets in arkansas, but again locally severe weather will be possible with it and sometimes you can have tornadoes it's pond by this as well because when a hurricane or tropical system is over water. it's the most stable thing when it goes over land becomes unstable and instability starts to kick in
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and you have instability with all of that there's the track of it all the way up to a louisiana, louisiana, missouri, as you can see that again by tuesday morning. what's happening on the home front we have the fog but up against the east bay hills for now, it's still remains in place but it's more of an overcast position is what it looks like as you can see from the shot from the bay bridge. meanwhile, bethel island looking pretty sweet under those blue skies we saw this and said no leave in mount diablo checking in with lots of sunshine. we're at 75 antioch 60's along the east bay shoreline and inland. we can see. 50's meanwhile in some pockets up here in the north bay 63 4, san jose. so the shot of seville nice deep blue skies here morning fog for san francisco clearing that looks like and mild to warmer going on and what we'll still see some lower 90's that will remain for this weekend. morning, fog and mostly sunny drill then into next week, it's continued mostly sunny, however, cool start though 80's are going replacing those 90's and it looks like that
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will be throughout the balance of the week ahead 95, antioch 93 for a high today concord look at the different shun in central alley cat difference of the grounds there 80's up to the north bay 93 santa rosa, 70 meanwhile for san francisco. oakland 76, and 87 to check in for san jose will be checking of the 4 zone forecast for you coming up in a bit and also see what's going on the oakland a's party. thanks look forward to that. well governor gavin, newsome has signed a bill aimed at helping to pay wildfire. victims when utility companies are to blame. >>it's a new law that creates a wildfire liability fund for utilities to use when their equipment sparked the blaze and it goes into effect immediately. and it establishes a $21 billion fund with money from investor owned utilities and attacks that californians already pay the governor at emphasize that pg e has a lot to do before has access to that fund. utility first needs to get out of bankruptcy bankruptcy and also pay off claims for wildfire
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claims back in 2017 2018. they got a lot of work to do. >>you know get to participate in this one unless they go through a series. steps most importantly they've got sit down and they can deal with these victims. and he's been 1400 days. some of these victims. compensate. >>the governor says that when lawmakers return from summer break we're going to focus on insurance issues and fireproofing homes in the wake of these devastating wildfires. kron 4 news weekend both the a's and giants flexing some muscle last night following the all-star break mark has all the highlights coming up. man's world?
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the 1st half in excellent shape, winning 7 of their last 10 games before the break. >>and right on the border of a playoff spot tonight oakland, getting back to work we go to the coliseum bob melvin's club post in the white sox no problems for the also the a's backstop the second phase up one nothing remote a lorry on smokes one to left field sends a shot into the second deck. and on the very next batter says profar drives one to right field in fact. jack's for the a's 13 consecutive games with a home run for this team, a's lead 3 nothing 5, 1,
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open your final they'll run in fact. with a nice ovation for bruce bocce in his last time it park is giants manager we've got some late drama top tonight, not at 5 brandon crawford. laser shot to right. we'll take a 6, 5, week. the brewers responded quickly. bottom of the 9th christian gets a hanging breaking ball smacked down the first base line to yell h hostelling rounding second and the reigning mvp safely into 3rd of the triple brewers with tight on an rbi ground out we'll go to x. the base is loaded for buster posey change the game on one swing of the first pitch. intend 7 is part of the fun home run night for san francisco. they all swear to the majors incredible story, the la angels playing
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their first home game since the death of their teammate tyler skaggs at the 27 year-old passed away last monday all the players wore his number 45 tonight. >>the angels facing the mariners he knew it was going to be speal for stating mike trout dials up a dinger 450 feet back first 2 run homer all part of a seven-run framed base ftr people in the angels pitching staff fired. just imagine just raided a combined no-hitter between taylor colf and felix pena the angels win 13 nothing and comes through for their fallen teammate, really can't script sports just amazing now, it's only a matter of weeks before nfl training camp is in full swing but we already have a big readers headline to discuss. >>the nfl has suspended oakland's newly signed offensive lineman richie incognito for the first 2 games of the season. due to piolation of the league's personal conduct policy. this is not a complete surprise considering he signed with a team dealing with legal issues this suspension reportedly stems from family related incidents in august 2018 which
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led to criminal damage and disorderly conduct charges. the 36 year-old pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor counts. he can participate in training camp. fox we'll have to miss the beginning of the regular season and now to the wimbledon semifinals roger federer rafael nidal the 2 superstars meeting at wimbledon for the first time. >>to their 5 set thriller in 2008 all won that match. we thought we'd see another epic the split, the first 2 sets with and all taken a second. but down the stretch. eight-time champion wimbledon settled down winning sets 3, 4, 6, 3, 6, 4, federer advances to his 12 final seeking a 21th grand slam title. they'll face top seed. novak show coverage on sunday and finally tonight we leave you with highlights of steph curry the golfer, the 2 time mvp at the american century championship celebrity attorney, a beautiful day edgewood tahoe, look at him showing the full array of skills hitting threes while sitting down in golf clothes, toys and the approach. her ear
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back on kron 4 news weekend taking a look at some nice
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puffy clouds and fog this is from sutro cam looking down at the city and it's nice a blue sky up above days, you know we have to do some mixing as a week to 2 in the atmosphere, this is a. >>yeah that's it right here the bowl right here of basically the bay and once we get that mix and we'll take care of that, but it looks like to be a problem at the coast today all day today kind of overcast that position different story happening in london are yet out into the 90's it looks like while and there's a shot there a nice blue skies that we have. meanwhile the golden gate up close and personal and there you see the fog all entrenched and firmly in place models really notice that all they do continue to contend will have problems at the coast later on today in the beaches. there you see kind of bubbling back a little bit as we get to the mid afternoon today, it looks like 75 we stand at currently in antioch 67 concord livermore 65 lower 60's lining up the east bay shoreline at the 50's up there the north bay and 63 meanwhile for san jose breaking it down today there we go up the shooting up
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to 94. looks like mid-afternoon 87 meanwhile, 1 o'clock nice deep blue skies check in and it's an old. meanwhile for the oakland a's game versus the white sox game time one oh 7 temps holding in the middle 70's, mostly sunny. mild will have some light and variable winds you're about 5. for today, 70 san francisco meanwhile, san jose checks and at 87 will be checking your 4 zone forecast and that extend just a bit far. >>all right dan thank you want to give you an update on our top story this morning, the bay area and other cities across the country are bracing for ice raids this weekend. protesters have taken to the streets across the country in oakland on friday night, however people gathered not to demonstrate, but instead to hold a vigil for the immigrant children who are caught in the middle of all this kron four's dan thorn was there. >>hundreds take over oakland city hall to raise awareness over the conditions at border detention facilities. this was one of more than 700 lights for liberty vigils planned across the country. people
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within this large groups say they want the detention centers to be shut down the detention centers. >>are not the right word, their concentration camps. >>the organizer josie camacho says sunday's ice raids are just a continuation of fear. she says children are already being forced into inhumane conditions at these camps and the families belong together. >>there are children that are dying. there are more children that are going to be dying and it should not happen because all they're doing it's trying to get a better life tina death immigrated to the united states from vietnam 40 years ago, she says as an immigrant mother. >>seeing families being separated has been difficult. >>we don't know what to do and whether government to take my children to know and what they do with the on what to do lie. so i didn't know plays they being locked down. >>others at the vigil say they want to spread awareness about why these immigrants are being forced to come to america, but
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also why their home countries should be taking some responsibility. >>it could be more analysis and consideration on the relationship with the central american governments because the remaining silent on the cheating on their own citizens are forced to reporting in oakland dan thorn kron 4 news. and of course ice is not detailing exactly when and where those raids are going to happen. >>in a statement i says it's focusing on people who pose a threat to national security adding quote, however, all of those in violation of the immigration laws may be subject to immigration arrest, detention and if found removable by final order. removal from the united states. we'll have continuing coverage of the ice raids throughout the morning here on kron 4 also on our website you can find more on the protests across the country and information for bay area families that might be affected its on kron 4 dot com. the defense has rested its case on the go ship
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warehouse trial and now prosecutors are preparing for rebuttal evidence which will be presented next week kron four's michelle kingston spoke to a legal expert who says the da's office chose the 2 week as people to charge in this case. >>people who were trying to do a good thing. >>and back thing you have and that so many people have your sort of. >>hand in that you want to point these 2 people. you know horrible filthy jail. how's that made anything better. >>paula canny as a defense attorney not representing anyone in the go ship trial but someone who has been watching very closely if. >>they find any either harris or almanea. guilty for one. they're going to find him guilty for all 36 and vice a versa. >>derick almena and max harris are charged with 36 counts of
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involuntary manslaughter for everyone who died in the fire at the electronic music party back in 20 16 of the go ship at oakland warehouse, the space was not zoned are permitted for people to live inside or to hold large events but all may know his wife and 3 children. his co-defendant next harris who is described as the creative director and about 20 other people live there. prosecutors say almena and harris are responsible for the fire because they did not provide exit sign sprinklers are working fire extinguishers. >>it is complicated and the prosecution is going to try to argue this is a very simple case. they didn't get permits they didn't do the things they shouldn't on and they let people live in a place that wasn't designed to he lived in and therefore they're legally responsible in e letter party happened in place where. parties aren't supposed to happen. >>closing arguments are set to begin july 29th. in oakland,
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michelle kingston. >>happening now several lanes of concord boulevard close while crews remove a crane. it was used in the construction of an apartment complex that burned down last year that fire broke out back in april investigators ruled that it was arson and it caused $55 million in damage to that 180 unit complex. it also prompted the evacuation of about 250 people from nearby apartments. all 3 westbound lanes of concord boulevard are closed between the lindo street and mira vista terrace the lanes are expected to reopen by 7 o'clock tomorrow night. sometime this leak weekend lake tahoe expected to reach its maximum legal water level of about 6,000 feet above sea level. the wet winter in lots of melting snow quickly filled up the lake and this is actually the 3rd time in 3 summers at the lake has filled up. experts say the tacos extra water is enough to meet the needs of 5 million people
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for a year. a bay area man was rescued from possibly drowning at lake tahoe all thanks to the efforts of 2 off-duty firefighters in california along with a physician's assistant from iowa. the 3 good samaritans were how i helped by administering cpr to the unconscious victim until nevada sheriff's deputies arrived that off-duty firefighter was from cal fire's napa valley station you're taking a look at a photo of the deputies and their civilian boat operator. it all took place last friday afternoon, a small beach just north of thunderbird lodge sheriff's praised the efforts of the good samaritan saying they were people with the right skills in the right place at the right time. now to the central valley where police in modesto made more than 30 arrests in the 6 month long investigation. they're calling operation red desert kaye receive has more. >>you this is what ishmael
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williams calls his awakening thursday morning startled he says he recorded this footage here on telly road in modesto came with this is form of swat officers it's a helicopter in a community confused that people kind of >>i mean like people who are living in these areas that never seen anything like that this was just one home searched a number of other neighborhoods in san joaquin in stands less counties were also scoured. 24 hours later the modesto police department reveals guns and booking photos in charges, dozens of people now face as a result of a 6 month long investigation. they call operation red desert our goal beginning of this was to really. >>as i said before really get at the root cause a lot of times we treat the symptoms we investigate cases, captain brandon phillips, he says police along with the chp and the department of justice. >>investigated the north 10 u street gang after an uptick in unsolved homicides and robberies in recent months the deeper they saw that there was going to be connection between
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a prison gang the north's from a prison gang, the captain says the 2 gangs when a highly sophisticated well-financed machine to disrupt and dismantle which is our goal. disrupt as much as entertainer regiment and the and the counties that could some of the men facing new charges are in jail for murder such as jose quit here, it's resulted from an assault that was in custody intent to murder charge that that gentleman committed while in custody. the other crimes accused include home invasion kidnapping for ransom and violating parole or probation stood for a time being. help violence subsided or say williams says he never witnessed anything illegal in his neighborhood but after this operation, he's left to wonder are there legal drugs are there legal goods is this is safe. >>area from a to raise my kids. >>those can receive reporting now the captain says that that was just one examplehow they're tackling crime in modesto the department has a number of proactive programs that aim to combat violence.
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bart is installing new fare gates said that another bay area station in the east bay, they are a new fare gates at the fruitvale bart station. crews began installing the papa barriers yesterday afternoon. the new gates are all part of bart's ongoing effort to stop fare evaders bart officials also installed stat fare gates at the richmond station. these 2 prototypes are all part of an experiment to find out which gates work best. >>we've been hearing from writers specially the richmond station. they don't like this taxpayer. gates they can be kind of intimidating looking at what we're hearing. urged by is the fact that we've been monitoring it very closely and in the first month. and now this were a lot of richmond we have not had any reports of injuries. >>well bart also plans to increase air pressure on all the gates at stations to make sure that it's tough for people to just simply push them open. >>and take you outside for a live look at conditions at sfo, no delays dave has the
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forecast for the weekend when we come
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>>welcome back to kron 4 morning news, good morning, everybody and a live shot coming in from sfo, no delays going on this morning, but it looks like if you squint a little bit you can see some of the fog started to kind of mix out a little bit above us. this is what it looks like the shot coming in from bethel island, nice deep blue skies, good to see there so we have 2 players and our forecast over the for 5 days or whatever we got our high in the west as
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providing the warmth that we're talking about a nice little low out to the west. it's the change of the guard the going to drive winds on sunday night now and then you get some cooling early into next week that to get those inland valleys, it may take a good day. tuesday until you start feeling those effects certainly not today though central valley way beyond 100 it is today one oh 4 fresno and bakersfield central coast and the 60's, although 75 santa barbara look at this time the l a x at 76, 77 big bear and 79 going on for san diego a little warmer big bear today than san francisco, the word a nice 71 on 4. this afternoon ok, let's get to those winds now future cast little up tick happens this afternoon. it's a daytime heating happening in lynn that's drawing in some of those winds but then tomorrow notice how the winds linger. yeah that set low taking over and that will provide cooling for the bay monday. in inland areas really in earnest, it looks like by tuesday. let's check it out your 4 zone forecast going on for today,
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70 san francisco along the coast upper 60's 67, half moon bay 66 going on for pacifica still challenged by some of that fog a little bit all day today, san bruno 70 to 66 for south san francisco 70's. and 80 still linger in the southern end of the peninsula. 83 redwood city and 85 for palo alto san jose you're checking in at 87 along with milpitas morgan hill at 93 still 87 for cupertino lower 80's in the southern end of the east bay shoreline but still 91 livermore 89 pleasanton 91 for walnut creek in concord at 93. these are areas that are going to be a little sluggish in terms of recovery changing to this cooling trend that will happen by tuesday though, and then along the east bay shoreline 76 for oakland 79 for san leandro 86 napa still pittsburgh olaf the 9479 delay, whoa 93 sonoma, 93 for santa rosa with 80's heading down to the south mill valley stole about an 80. let's keep the 80's on track yeah into
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next week and by steps we drop the at 92 tomorrow. 88 monday and then down to the middle 80's for the rest the week. >>for your health this morning cataracts are the leading cause of blindness in the world, according to the world health organization by 2020 over 30 million people are projected to be diagnosed with cataracts or health expert karen on joins me this morning with some tips on how to protect our eyes. i had no idea this was a problem, yes, very much so. >>acts involved the lens of the eye and the lands should be very clear it's consists of water and protein that's it. yes. as she as time goes on. things those protein start to come together and then you end up with these little cloudy why say yes so this people who have cataracts complain about right as a cloudy big get bigger and bigger and imagine trying to look to a cloudy
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lens yeah. my dad just had cataract surgery. he had complained for quite a while about a cloudy vision and wasn't as sharp as it used right. >>and sometimes it comes on so gradually they don't really notice it until it's really debilitating right. yeah and then when they have surgery they're just taking the badlands out and putting in an artificial one one and it's a very simple surgery from what i understand really us yet so no one should have to suffer with it right. >>so let's let's talk a little bit about about people who are at risk for cataracts. >>so people at risk, you know not wearing sunglasses throughout the lifetime. uvb radiation from sunlight is is very debilitating so it's really bad for your eyes, so you know start doing that at a young age. you know don't wait till year old in. >>year. i said you know it's interesting as you'll be out and about and you'll see children small children in strollers with the sunglasses and you're going to think oh how cute right actual their parents are doing a good job
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of protecting their rights are yes and think about it too when you're driving to hand those glasses on to get up so that's that's number one of us and has diabetes is the other one. yet we talk about diabetes way that plan and when you have a lot of blood sugar low blood sugar with proteins so it's not unusual to think that yeah they have this conditions are there's a good at cholesterol as well. another protein that's that's another risk that area of high cholesterol. eye injury. will also help. impact see ok but a lot of you know even their of so risk factors can even go through all of them on the right, those are some of the key and we'll just how prevalent it is 30 million people. yes, so so it is out so what can people do besides the sunglasses what are other options that we could. >>the lifestyle so eating a
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healthy diet so there are 2 particular pigments in plants. >>karsh shown to be very helpful for preventing cataracts, actually found that lee teen and see us and thin reduce the need for having cataract surgery by 20%. well yes, so that is at a very significant, so something as simple as eating an impact on your their vision and let me guess fruits and vegetables. red orange pigments and and when they accumulate in your retina and then in your lands so they're kind of i call an internal sunglasses all so don't have your own built and so he does have to eat those those pigments so the number one and a food actually leafy greens volcano. red yellow it's just that they have a really uh. it which is green,
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so you don't see it it's kind of math so we're highlighting spinach air but we're really talking about kale. >>is way off the chart that is the number and then and coming down with the spin it and it is also very high color green yes put into perspective the kill has 3 times more of the 18 z is so yet another reason to eat kale yeah, yeah really is a super food is it's so funny because it used to be a i to and now we're thinking about how it can protect their eyes like that so the same with a lot of signs. yes the last lettuce at also is it is a high on the list jail you have some other >>these are the actual yellow and oranges of the corn is also a good source of philly teens use ambon. one thinks about care it. yeah as we think of bugs bunny right and our care, your dad right.
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actually they are very low in lieu teen in zia's dampen they're very high in another pavement, the beta carotene which is good for general. i'm maintaining that cystic leak out. yes, yes, so there, but they're still there, but i'm so they're still good to eat it so so we took harris, but don't rely on yes right make sure you're getting your leafy greens that but a lot of it that you need to make sure you get some oils and when you eat these cars that helps absorb the loo teen and see it and say this is all combination, yes, the littles and oil olive oil on your cell anemia. a combination drop, some carrots and there as well for a year said yeah, karen thank you so much this was really helpful again considering just how many people know someone or themselves. >>the gun to cataracts surgery for some ways to help your eyes out all right kara thank eyes out all right kara thank thanks for the ride-along, captain! i've never been in one of these before, even though geico has been- ohhh. ooh ohh here we go, here we go.
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you got cut off there, what were you saying? oooo. oh no no. maybe that geico has been proudly serving the military for over 75 years? is that what you wanted to say? mhmmm. i have to say, you seemed a lot chattier on tv. geico. proudly serving the military for over 75 years. you ok back there, buddy?
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service will be returning to the sales force transit center rounds 5, 5, are 3838 are as well as 7 are back in operation. ac transit will still be operating out of that temporary transbay terminal, so riders will have to cross between the bus plaza and beale street to board those buses along with greyhound an amtrak the center recently reopened but this will actually be the first bus service since those cracks were discovered in the steel beams at the transit center last september. when checks of the san francisco zoo are
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learning how to swim and there are only 2 months old and they are very cute. they're learning the basic lessons of school. that includes learning to eat whole fish. also how to swim and socialize with their caretakers and get this for $5 visitors can also help name the 5 penguins. the donation benefits penguin conservation. the sea lion pup is making a splash in his new habitat at a zoo in illinois. his name is charge or any made his public debut on thursday he was born just last month right here in california. and he seems to be acclimating well the zoo staff says he's already reached about 40 pounds that's nearly double his birth weight and charger will soon be introduced a solid foods which includes of course the sea lion delicacy honor fish to give us some cards that i'm a guy that's right. yes. we've got the 90's going on inland for this weekend this a fog this interminable fog doesn't seem like go units around the a. >>so what will have change of the guard will lose the high pressure low pressure kicks and you know what that means
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on shore flow drill. there we drop step-by-step monday, the upper 80's, middle 80's to the nature of the week morning. so it out. it's like july's been put on hiatus again it really has been mild this month as nuts wheat stuff so we're not complaining so good stuff there. but if you want. some july like weather inland. we got it from weekend is for you to a yes for you all right, thanks to say that's going to wrap things up for us, thanks so much for joining us we'll see again tomorrow morning at 07:00am. >>don't forget. kron 4 news tonight at 8.10 and always on kron on kron 4 dot com see tomorrow come today about. - your kitchen was done in ten days.
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