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tv   KRON 4 News at 4am  KRON  July 23, 2019 4:00am-4:30am PDT

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>>and thank you for joining us on the kron 4 morning news, it is tuesday, july 23th 2019 i'm robin winston this is john schreiber who has a check of your forecast hopefully he has some good news john. >>forecasts for some of us it's going to be not so nice. today is going to actually be the best day of the week to get outside going to have some heat building later. that's right. you said we're in store for a nice little warm. pretty good going to be really and it's going to be pretty war. good news for those of you that can handle the heat but
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if you're not used to it may be something that catches you off guard just a little bit. this is your look outside of the golden gate bridge where conditions this morning are clear than they were yesterday you could actually see the bridge something you couldn't see. >>all morning long yesterday there are a little hints of it throughout the afternoon but that was about all you had visibility is actually holding pretty strong up in the marine county shoreline, but fog is streaming. well out to the east bay and for san francisco and half moon bay. you do have some areas where visibility will be taken a hit especially later on this morning, us is around 05:00am happen they visibility, falling. below a mile at times fogs going to hang out along the coast after it retreats from our inland areas and much like yesterday. you're going to see of sunshine. all across the bay area, the exception being a few of those coastal areas that do hold on to that fog even into our latter part of the day today skies will remain nice and dry for the day ahead 50's and 60's for your current temperatures and into the afternoon temperatures going to be right
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around the same as they were yesterday today we level out before we step again up that temperature latter for the rest of your forecast you're noticing temperatures outside this morning, not a big change from yesterday even notice the same thing into the afternoon from the 50's and 60's up into the upper 70's already by noon in london by the afternoon. we're talking a few temperatures verging on the 90's a lot like yesterday 60's for the coast and 70's alongside the bay, i'm talking a lot of 90's in your forecast ahead of us especially on into the end of the week all still to come. rob oh, yeah, i'm looking forward to that thank you john. >>i think now we want to take a peek at your morning commute and see how it's moving we're starting off with a look at 80. this is the bay bridge trip into san francisco as you can see we are delay free so it's a great time to come on in with him next 15 minutes or so you will have a backup and the cash lanes at the toll plaza, so it's a good time to make your way in. we're checking in on 92 your drive
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across the san mateo bridge and folks leaving hayward or not having any problems so far it's a good trip from the nimitz on to 92 connecting into foster city and so far it's going to be trouble free commute, even if you're continuing over 2, 1, o one heading into and out of san mateo we're off to a fantastic start over to the richmond sandra fell are bridge work is back you see that left lane called off some of the cash lanes there. and that's normal it'll be through the tolls and on to the span as well, but so far traffic is getting by road work with no major delays so put it at 8 minutes from the pay gates out a one on one. and i give you the golden gate yesterday we have so much fog and the golden gate bridge. we could not even make out the top. not as much out there this morning so you're looking good better visibility and we're at 20 minutes that's great to make itself calls from nevado to the toll plaza on the san francisco side will look at some more drive times and freeways coming up in just a bit. meanwhile on to a developing story that we're following for you this morning all lanes of northbound 8.80 are finally back open after a
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freeway shooting the shooting was just south of 98th avenue it happened just after 6 30 last night. police say there is a man in a dark colored sedan he started firing at another car with 2 men inside the driver was hit both he and his passenger were taken to the hospital. the injuries do not appear to be life threatening. that shooter is still on the lose. well happening now crews are still on the scene of a brush fire in napa county that fire for force families out of their homes. now the fire broke out near highway one 28 and braque canyon road about 9 homes were evacuated but firefighters were able to save those homes. firefighters say that this fire is is a wake-up call for homeowners to be prepared. when fire season hits full force. >>they do their defensible space at home. clean in the roof off the gutters and so forth is all really makes a difference keeping the lawn cut this reduced in the fields between your home in the force.
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>>well at last check the fire burned about 55 acres and as of this morning, it is 60% contained. well a deadly day along bay area train tracks has investigators looking for answers 3 people were killed in 3 separate accidents involving trains. so the first one happened yesterday morning in livermore we cover that story a car collided with strain. the other 2 a involved people were being struck they were struck and killed y cal trains. kron four's dan thorn has the story. >>investigators are looking into 3 deadly crashes involving trains monday. caltrain spokesperson says 2 people were struck and killed by trains will trust passing on the tracks. the first happened in burlingame around 4 45 in the afternoon. investigators in crews responded to the scene near california drive and north point people living nearby were worried to hear about what happened. >>tar find this is really >>jamie rodriguez lives a few blocks from the burlingame
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train line. he says most people know you're not going to beat the train when crossing but others ignore the clearly mark signs every time you have to. >>cross who you have to look both ways because sometimes. either it's they're not saying that changed come in. >>oh they're just not here. now. >>the second deadly count train accident happened just a few hours later in mountain view. officials say the person was on the tracks near castro street. when a train with more than a 100 people on board struck and killed him. and just before 08:00am another man was killed when his car was struck by an a strain in livermore video from a passenger on board shows the car wrapped around a power pole near junction avenue and old for street. the service between the stockton and san jose line was delayed for hours. passengers were later transferred from that train to another train. dan thorn kron 4 news.
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>>well to the east bay now one person is dead and another injured after a shooting and oakland the shooting happened on 66 avenue near bancroft avenue. that's not far from the east not town center. police say they found 2 men shot both were taken to the hospital. one of the victims died the shooter is still on the loose. oakland police are also looking for a driver who they say nearly hit officers and pedestrians near lake merritt so police pulled over 2019 chevy camaro with racing stripes on the hood and on the roof and it also had temporary plates. or just drove away nearly missing officers and other pedestrians. investigators later found that car in fremont and police do not have a detail description yet. the driver. well in the space city at the center of the sanctuary movement now finds itself possibly in conflict with its own policies, new research from the university of washington center for human rights shows
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that ice chartered flights out of the oakland airport to deport nearly 27,000 people and transferred another 16,002 detention centers. so this happened over the span of 2010 to 2018. and oakland is one of 9 cities in california that have been used by federal immigration authorities. i says it decided to discontinue the use of charter flights out of oakland in october of 2018 as for the port of oakland which runs oakland airport. they say that they knew nothing about this until a week ago. >>for the port of open to not know that this is happening is an issue of transparency, it's an issue that the city of oakland specifically mayor shaft should look into. >>well a spokesperson for mayor libby schaaf says that they are reviewing the matter and they will address it if the city's policy was violated. well following at least 8 of violent attacks in san francisco's chinatown this year. police say that they are working to improve safety. the police department and city officials. they held a public
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meeting in chinatown to talk about the department's crime prevention efforts. so police told the crowd that more officers are patrolling chinatown and they're working to improve response times. he also reminded the public about surveillance cameras. it happened installed all along stockton street. and those cameras aimed to help deter crime and also catch criminals. happening today, the new terminal relief and francisco icon harvey milk will finally open at sfo. so the first phase of the billion redevelopment project will be completed today. so that is when the first 9 gates will open in the boarding area along with new restaurants and also security checkpoint. so when the project is finally complete their there will be as many as 25 i kate, the terminal was renamed to harvey milk terminal, one after plans to name the renamed the entire airport after him fell through. >>for over 40 years has been given help to so many people. just members of our lgbt community but people from
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around the world who sometimes felt as if they didn't have a voice and i really hope that his message of hope resonates with them. >>long after their visit here. >>well the airport is also getting ready for its on-side hotel that will be nice the grand hyatt it's scheduled to open at the end of september. well 2 in san francisco supervisors want to ban natural gas from all new municipal construction and major renovations. so the supervisors plan to introduce the legislation and september and hopes to get signed by the new year. so the supervisor say that the proposal reduce emissions and new city buildings to 0 and also demonstrate the city's commitment to leading the transition to all natural excmse me all the luck and all electric future. berkeley recently became the first city to ban natural gas in new buildings. coming up next on that when news ice tries to detain undocumented
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immigrants. >>until the man's neighbors decide to get in their way. some bay area priests is in big trouble. when he was caught with will have the story coming up next 10's of thousands of dollars. from the collection plates and crews are making big progress repairing the richmond sandra fell bridge. but this work is far from over. we're taking a little peek outside checking in on the san mateo bridge i can see traffic filling in getting a little crowded in the flat section. but overall a great trip to the peninsula will be right back. >>pretty it was just a little is. >>kron four's award-winning original documentary people haven't felt. if you're going to worry about earthquakes to live in this area, a must-see earthquake special. >>the hayward fault definitely makes me the most nervous for everyone living in the bay area all his to fail because they have in the past where the fault lies saturday july 27th at
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>>welcome back to the kron 4 morning news, a big you for waking up with us on this tuesday morning. we are in store for a warm-up i'm excited maybe some other folks are not they don't like it to john has all the details isn't that the best thing about the bay, though if you don't like try 5 minutes down the road. it the 2 out of the more we have options here we macao's compared to the. watson down in the south bay just pack up and were allowed live. a
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little too hot and just go to the movie theater to do and that's a good idea, you're right that we're looking outside this morning and there's just a touch of fog out there definitely not near as foggy as the morning as it was yesterday patchy fog streaming through parts of the bay but not really impacting your commute too terribly much. >>skies definitely offering up some dry conditions overall for those of you that are stepping outside this morning. high pressure is built up to our south and east this is the same high pressure area that is about to result in the big rise in temperatures that we have just around the corner, but this low right now is streaming to our north helping to keep the hottest weather at bay and warm conditions across the bay yet again today certainly is going to be warmer than it was this past weekend. much as we felt yesterday so remember yesterday today going to be a repeat of that now tomorrow is when the heat really is going to kick into gear you are going to have an increase in marine layer, so there will be times at the coast where skies will be foggy and conditions
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will be nice and cool but the further you head inland and now going to be looking at that fog it's going to be sunshine and hot weather just around the corner. today like i mentioned a lot like yesterday and out of the rest of our forecast one of our cooler days. so certainly not a bad day to spend outside if you have some things to get done. 60's and 70's for your daytime highs in san francisco today daly city and half moon bay. each at 67 degrees for your temperatures today burlingame at 77 while millbrae at 73. a san mateo mid 70's while saying carlos through redwood city down the mountain view all in the 80's for your highs, here's a look at the south bay, not of much not a big difference from yesterday. campbell and morgan hill out around the same at 88 degrees san jose today 86 east bay numbers range from the 70's to 80's for your daytime highs with berkeley at 72 and oakland at 74 today concord to back up to 90 much as you saw yesterday same for you in pittsburgh fairfield vacaville in yacht bill really not a lot
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of changes from 24 hours ago so we're talking this one up to be almost a carbon copy of what you had for monday now tomorrow. we can't say the same them. temperatures on average for inland spots rise into the 90's and stay in the 90 degree range through thursday friday saturday and into sunday making for a very toasty weekend ahead bayside areas will also be getting on the warmer side, especially come saturday, looking at some low 80's possible relief is at the end of the forecast though as temperatures fall back into the 80's on average inland and back into the low 70's by the bay. robin. all right, thank you john let's check in on the morning chant we're starting off hot spot free no problems for you. >>on 80 heading into san francisco there was a little bit of a backup that can be expected in the cash lanes as you can see it's getting a little crowded. but that's nothing right. it's a great trip overall into san francisco this morning we've had no problems in the maze or. or downtown san francisco. so so far so good at 8 minutes to fremont street. 92 usually
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are a second busiest bridge of the morning. it's getting a little crowded out of hayward over to the peninsula, but it's only on the flat section of the 70 oh bridge the high rise looking good. the transition into foster city is trouble free. it's an easy 12 minutes to make it to san mateo richmond center fell you will have to deal with the usual roadworks some of your cash ashley was called off on the left-hand side and that continues on to the span but it's not interrupting traffic fewer lanes but no delays so far 8 minutes from the pay gates to want to what checking in on traffic tracker we're looking at some more heading over to the east bay check on highway 4 that's looking good 14 minutes antioch to concord 6.80 is wide open from pacheco to wanted creek alamo. danville no troubles rolling south. the nimitz freeway is off to a fantastic start at 19 minutes from san leandro to milpitas and then one oh one looks good to 27 minutes, san jose to menlo park will check more into it. well drivers on the richmond sandra fell
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bridge might be noticing a smoother ride this week the month long to repair work is finally wrapping up countering crews have been replacing those falling pieces of concrete. remember that was coming down from the upper deck contra kron four's will has the latest. >>we're trying to get as much life out of the structure as we can there's still many years left that caltrans spokesman bart ney says after months of working to replace 31 expansion joints on the richmond center fell bridge is upper deck. motorists can relax. >>there's no more steel plates on on the upper deck, they won't feel any any bumps when they're when they're going over the top of it between february and april of this year a failed to join was blamed for causing several pieces of concrete to fall in some cases on top of cars may says now that all the upper deck joints have been replaced bill start looking. >>at the joints on the bottom deck. >>at the end of the year will put out another contract for richmond center fell bridge will replace the bottom 30 joints and out just at age k
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r. >>even with the recent replacement state assemblyman marc levine says he knows it isn't the strongest bridge in the day. >>levine's request caltrans and the metropolitan transportation commission have designated billions of dollars to figuring out how much longer the 65 year-old bridge can last from from an engineering standpoint you can keep maintaining a bridge like that for. >>and right now we're doing is evaluating what type of maintenance we need to do he can't go. >>as for those joint replacements on the upper deck, the joints are in however, crews still need to go and put in the seals to the joints that's going to take the next couple of weeks. so
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drivers can expect some nighttime lane closures at the richmond sandra fell bridge toll plaza noel bellow kron 4 news. on to national news now an undocumented immigrant and his son forced to sit in a van for hours. >>as ice agents waited for them to get out so that they could be detained, but eventually a group of neighbors. they saw what was happening they came together they formed a human chain to help get the man into his home just enough sun has the story. >>these are a couple of ice officers for 4 hours a man and his son sat inside of this car is to immigration and customs enforcement agents trying to get them to surrender. the father is reportedly in the country illegally. so the ice agents were tasked with bringing him into custody. but when neighbors heard what was going on. they came to assist their neighbor, a war to put gas back in the vehicle when they're again low. >>is to make sure that they're ok these folks in hermitage say they don't care how
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someone got here it's how they act when they are here the family don't bother nobody. they work every day i come home the jump on trampoline as just a community stacy farley helped create a human chain to help the family get from the car safely into their home and she did not think twice about supporting her neighbors accuracy of these people or. and criminals. they're just trying to provide for their the standoff from metro police to the scene to keep the peace council members as well as lawyers to evaluate the situation there are 2 immigration officials sort of bullying a family inside their own vehicle telling them that they had administrative warrant which isn't the same thing as a judicial warrant. >>and trying to harass them and steer them into coming out at the end of the day the ice agents left in the family ended up leaving to and search of a safer place. >>wow well according to police the agents are not allowed to enter someone home or pri, pretty without a proper warrant, and the neighbors were not committing a crime by interfering. still ahead on
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the kron 00:04am morning news. it's like it's a couple killing the husband. we have new video of that deadly crash that's now prompting organizations to demand safety for pedestrians. and before we go a long pick outside you want to take you over to the want to take you over to the golden gate, no problems here oh thaphenomenal!, that's unfair. that's so unfair. c'mon jay-bo. let's go. let's go. woahh! try my $4.99 bbq bacon double cheeseburger combo. only at jack in the box.
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♪ try my $4.99 barbeque bacon double cheeseburger combo. kron 4 morning news, i'm tracking your entertainment headlines today and avatar director james cameron
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congratulates the avengers and a stop man. >>is injured on the set of the new fast and furious movie david daniel has those stories and more. and this morning's hollywood minute. >>avengers endgame is now the highest grossing movie ever worldwide and among those congratulating marvel studios is the director of the film the just lost the crown. james cameron took to the official avatar twitter account posting a pic of iron man surrounded by avatar would sprites and the message i see you marvel congratulations. vin diesels next fast and furious movie has hit a speed bump, universal pictures spokesperson says filming on fast and furious 9 as it's currently known was halted for the day after an accident injured a stunt performer. an ambulance service spokesperson told the hollywood reporter it responded to reports of a man injured in a fall and transported a patient with a serious head injury by air ambulance. no word whether
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diesel or any of the other stars were on the set at the time. the movie is due out next may. new orleans music has lost a legend art neville a founding member of the neville brothers and the meters has died. never won multiple grammys and received the recording academy's lifetime achievement award according to his longtime manager the piano man was touring until late last year art neville was 81 in hollyrood, i'm david daniel. >>little peek outside we just want to check in on the bay bridge a little bit of a back up in the cash lanes but a great trip this morning into
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welcome back to the kron 4 morning news, the time now is 4.30 meteorologist john shrivel has a look at your forecast stopped. >>not a bad one today after this though it's a little toasty at which as we have described doesn't sound all especially 100 yeah exactly not this is early in the morning and that does make us think about how it's told but unfortunately this toast is definitely going to be a little bit on the hot side are a lot of people as we make our way to the forecast today though our last one with on average in land at least not in the 90's we're back up to a similar range. we were yesterday which for a lot of the bay was not all that bad of a day it was


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