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>>good morning. you're taking a live look at the golden gate bridge this morning where 27,000 runners are making their way through the city for the san francisco marathon now the full marathon kicked off at 5 30 this morning. you can see some of the runners making their way across and back from on the golden gate bridge half marathon got going about 15 minutes ago now if you're driving through the city today be preped to al with those road closures all morning long and you can find a full list of those closures on our website at kron 4 dot com. and happening today, the bay area air quality management district has issued an air quality advisory for smoke for the entire bay area region.
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it's becau of the mile post 97 fire that's burning in southern oregon smoke from that blaze will filter into the bay area and that fire has already burned some 9,000 acres over the past few days. health officials say it's very important that everyone avoid exposure to smoke a possible and also stay inside with the windows closed and doors close until those smoke levels to subside good morning. everybody i'm marty gonzales stays far as here with the forecast and the spare the air alert again is not going to be good news for the a marathon runners today, all then it's going to be quite toasty again in the oven valleys we have that a heat advisory still with us. although that's breaking into next week and some winds coming our way as >>this evening, a start to see an uptick in that's going to really break the back of a heat spike that we've had here's a live shot of lick observatory you do note some of those high clouds that you can make out off towards the distance with all of that though we go to the golden gate bridge in a different shot that we had from yesterday we can make out the towers we can see the more inside this morning. although
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the or the marine layer did check in this morning, not nearly as intense as we've seen from previous mornings. temperatures right now 72. antioch 60's as you can see all throughout the inland areas, a little chilly or cooler. i should say up to the north bay 58 for napa 57 for santa rosa, but a 68 at this hour for san jose peninsula's looking a lot of 60's as well it is a little warmer this morning or more mild that we had from yesterday, although temperatures probably back off just a little bit compared to yesterday's activity, a look at weather advisory. we have the heat advisory in place cover the same geography we had before up in the north bay, it's lake county and solano county we're looking out for a good chunk of the east bay east of the east bay hills and a look at the breakdown, lots of sunshine maybe some high clouds a little shocked and stunned old show some blue skies here 97 or so by 2 o'clock very similar to what we saw yesterday with highs a degree or so in striking range of yesterday 71 san francisco,
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oakland 79. and 90 san jose coming up in a little bit we'll have the 4 zone forecast for you martin okay day, thanks a lot breaking overnight multiple lanes of highway 2 37 in san jose are open again. >>after a pedestrian was killed in an early morning crash. it happened just after 3 30 this morning just west of zanker road. authorities have not yet released much information about that crash and there's no word yet on any other injuries or arrests. and also breaking overnight police have arrested one man another person was injured after a shooting near the oakland coliseum bart station. it happened about 8 o'clock saturday night on san leandro street. a 24 year-old man was taken to the hospital after being shot in his left arm. he's listed in stable condition this morning. a 44 year-old man was arrested in connection with that shooting police have not yet released his identity nor a motive. we're learning more this morning about the to be a bay area teenagers who are
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arrested for the murder of an italian police officer. police say that 18 year-old gabriel natal gorgeous and 19 year-old finnegan elder stabbed and killed a police officer in rome during a botched drug deal. prosecutors say the 2 who went to school in marine county admitted to the killing. they're expected to be charged with aggravated murder and attempted extortion. the prosecution is calling for a life sentence for the 2 teenagers. state police and the people of rome paid tribute to the slain officer saturday after the teenagers were arrested a funeral is planned for him on monday in rome. finnegan's family has also released a statement saying the senate condolences to the same slain officers family, adding that they have not yet been able to contact their son and they request privacy while they deal with the situation. the officer and recently returned to work following his honeymoon. a san jose police officer won't be returning to work anytime soon after being booked into jail on felony drug and weapons charges. 48
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year-old john tomkins was taken into custody on friday. kron four's felipe de gaulle reports that a traffic stop in sunnyvale led to his arrest. i think stop in suale on the 7th of july turned out to be anything but routine. >>when 47 year-old daniel ochoa was pulled over by an officer for a vehicle code violation. >>it happened just a stone's throw away from the sunnyvale department of public safety at the intersection of west el camino reale and hallenbeck avenue ochoa was eventually arrested for selling drugs and when the dps served search warrants a no who lives in santa clara. investigators then learned of a connection between the suspect to 48 year-old san jose police officer john tomkins sunnyvale captain jim choi says he was not in the car at the time information that we have at this time does a show that they were neighbors, however. >>specific into their relationship is not being disclosed at this time this investigation is still ongoing and for that reason i can't
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disclose. specifics on friday morning thompkins was arrested on 2 felony charges of possession of narcotics with firearms. >>and 2 misdemeanor charges of possession of drugs. he was booked into the santa clara county main jail. this after investigators served search warrants on thompkins sunnyvale home greg drugs and weapons were found this is a very 99.9% of time officers throughout this country throughout this county and. >>you know in our agency in san jose, you know they're going above and beyond the call of duty doing the right thing protecting the people and serving their communities. the san jose police department confirms thompkins is on paid administrative leave at the moment, adding that the agency is conducting its own internal investigation into the case. the san jose police department also assisted in tompkins arrest. >>in sunnyvale felipe should all kron 4 news. >>and coming up on kron 4 news weekend. there's a new program in the east bay that's cracking down on the growing homeless population will have more on that. plus police are
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looking for a 2 year-old boy who went missing will explain how he is connected to a murder suicide. and video captures the moments of customers tackled a thief inside an east bay coffee side shop will have the story behind this coming up. we're
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learning more about the moment that a thief was tackled by customers after taking laptops from berkeley coffee shop, the
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incident was caught on camera and as kron four's dan thorn explains another person is still on the run this morning. this video shows quite the tackle and teamwork to catch one of these would be thieves. >>but police are still looking for the other one that got away. i spoke with a coffee shop owner who tells me that these crimes are actually a good reminder to be vigilant because there are more thieves out there. >>security video from inside of a berkeley coffee shop captures a would be laptop thief getting tackled to the ground. the attempt his first stop by the victim who springs from his seat and wraps his arms around the robber others are then seen jumping in to pin down the crook. >>i was proud of everybody nobody got hurt. the outcome was what awaits. >>know micheletti is the co owner of romeo's coffee. he says this is the first time in 2 years of business, someone tried stealing a laptop at the telegraph avenue shop. >>we don't think that that ever it can happen again and we decide. >>employees say the duo walked
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into the shop around noon thursday. they asked for water sat for a few minutes and then launched their theft attempt, be recovered and a 15 year-old would be thief was arrested by police micheletti says this ford and that should be a lesson to others who might be looking for trouble ever romeos. >>and that was a big mistake for those guys to make and i have to say it's in the church where they are from the neighborhood because the dead men from the neighborhood, they wouldn't know that rome is in a place you want to try that. >>well the truth is definitely in the putting micheletti says that he is grateful that customers are stepping up to help each other out in these situations and he's hoping the other suspect gets caught very soon. reporting in berkeley dan thorn kron 4 news. >>here's a live shot coming in from timber on see quite the
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we keep it real. because you can't fake... delicious. special k. >>good morning, welcome at kron 4 news weekend taking a live look outside from the embarcadero camera this morning and a what a big difference compared to yesterday when we were socked in with fog along the waterfront because it is crystal clear as can be and we can see these towers now and
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they the bridge is finally so it's it's clear out little bit so he's going to be toast year in a san francisco, will be i will be warm again, but there is winds of change happening tonight now so this is a very short he despite that we advertise and talked about, but still that heat advisory. get ready for still some triple digit numbers althoh some of them are falling. here's a live shot of lick observatory we have some of the high clouds up there to mount hamilton. as you'll notice spinning things around here to the bay bridge is another thing that is different before we didn't have the glare. if you recall was all kind of the overcast sky appearance up against the east bay hills well this go around now that's kind of cleared out a little bit. temperatures we have 72 antioch but otherwise it's either 60's or 50's holding on where the 50's are pretty much contained up in the north bay in a little bit along the coast. again another good day for the beaches and the coastal locations lower 60's lot of the east bay shoreline with fremont the warm spot, 65 future cast for what we watch on this is the return of the fog in the marine layer boom into tomorrow morning maybe some sprinkles along the peninsula coast today, a touch
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and we do the same thing it looks like into tuesday morning. again all of this point. the heat spike is broken and temperatures dramatically. cooler will have the on shore wind in place with a little bit of a a trough in our backyard, let's get to those winds. there's the up tick that happens do have a little bit in love heating that's going to drive it but some of these numbers jump up to the double digit you'll see in the teens here and even a course off to the delta. what do the same thing again for monday. they're a little bit more a stronger if you'll notice getting in the peninsula touch and around the east bay hills as well too in those valleys a tri valley you can see it really picks up there. so what we have is sunny and hot going on today heat advisory 100 plus still going to be out there. tonight, mild turning breezy heat spike does break and then for next week, it's cooling through the midweek and we're going to be replacing some of these hot temperatures with inland highs, falling through the 80's to the middle potentially lower 80's highs today will try 97 conquered around 98. 84 hayward 79 for
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oakland, 19 apple was santa rosa at 95 across the state one oh 7 fresno one o 8 for bakersfield, one oh 4 for sacramento. they quite haven't gotten the memo of the change at happening in central valley, 66 moderate 71 going on for san francisco, 79 for oakland and 90 for san jose and by the way we'll have a look at oakland a's forecast coming up in just a bit marty ok sounds good. thank you dish national headlines this morning president trump is attacking another democratic lawmaker of color. this time he's taking aim and congressman elijah cummings of baltimore. the president tweeted that cummings district is quote far worse and more dangerous than the u s mexico border. >>the president went on to say that baltimore is a quote disgusting rat and rodent infested mess. those tweets came after congressman coming slammed the acting homeland security secretary over conditions at the border at a hearing earlier this month. since the tweets were sent the
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hash tag we are baltimore became the number one trending topic on twitter as people came to the defense of comings and the city. >>i guess everybody to 7 just above the assault, including me we're not going to ignore anyone. the grating moments in and as the victim he said know what. >>speaker of the house and bay area congresswoman nancy pelosi responded to the president's comments tweeting quote rep com means as a champion in congress and the country for civil rights and economic justice. a beloved leader in baltimore and deeply valued colleague. we all reject racist attacks against him and support his steadfast leadership. this morning, the president fired back at pelosi and san francisco. we didn't reference anything specific, but he says is failing badly and not even recognizable lately and in the democrats should stop with the quote witch hunt hoax and start focusing on our country. in montana authorities are
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looking for leads in the case of a missing toddler linked to a murder suicide investigation, mary ann davidson has story. >>his parents were both found dead on july 20 or after a car chase with police. 8 in wasn't with them. >>we have 2 individuals we were found deceased in the vehicle, so and a high concern for this child this point, here's what we now. >>a teen was last seen with his parents hannah janney act and daniel sausalito in oregon. they were spotted on walmart surveillance video from early june. but between then and july 24th, their whereabouts are unknown. on july 24th kalispell police pulled over daniel and hannah we're here on highway 93 just north of west preserved right. after a car chase they were found dead in the vehicle. investigators say it looks like a murder suicide, we found nothing that even. >>i'm sure the child was with them. >>investigators are tracking where hannah and daniel were between early june and now and if a gun was with them. take a close look at this. it's the
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car hannah and daniel were driving when they were pulled over in kalispell that one note is they've had a lot of camping gear so often he was out camping near that contact with them. >>well as mary ann davidson reporting the sheriff there says there isn't much of a technology trail and that there's a long time line that officers have to piece together in this investigation. well still ahead on kron 4 news. the raiders a niners open training camp we're going to take a look at that coming up next. april 18th is national piñata but you don't need to hit a papier-mâché unicorn to get stuff you want. just become an aarp member! get health tips, learn about the latest tech, have nights out at local restaurants and more. get your aarp membership today.
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well saturday was the first official training camp for the san francisco, 49 ers down in santa clara. >>it was a non pad session and all the talk was about the defense. this is video from the san francisco, 49 ers as to that defense top 9 ers draft pick nick bosa went up against veteran offensive lineman joe staley and according to reports beat him several times the first squad defense gave up 0 points in just one big play. not to worry about the offense though usually takes a little bit of time for the offensive squad to mash especially for one that has been without their quarterback. san francisco giants have had some wild games and friday night was no different roads involved. a giants player. and the dad. top of the 11th and pablo sandoval crushes this ball. it
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is gone and that would prove to be the game winning home run. father who was holding his child. you can see in the replay here he had the day baby in one hand and the child in the other child was untouched in an injured in the dad got the ball saturday. the panda gave the father of. to the game take a >>actually said in >>they can pass references there to the world series baby making yet another cameo there on saturday good work dad now as for the oakland a's. they won 5 to 4 saturday night against the rangers, giants lose 5 to one against the padres.
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>>time for a little football. this summer training camp under way for the oakland raiders in kron four's jason dumas went to a nap and a show how the silver and black kicked off. it was day one of 45 here at raiders camp in the day was all about these players getting used to one another a whole lot of new faces shining the silver and black this year quarterback derek carr realizes how important it will be to build that chemistry early in order to have long-term success. >>we spent a lot of time the offseason more than i have with other guys and pass the these these receivers minute tell you what they and it that way for me to text them that that that was something that was pretty cold. you know, i'm saying. they're they're showing up at my house, they're showing up in bakersfield of all places. hey were you of in bakersfield, you're more than welcome to come get to work and we get 10 guys there. we do it today many camp. >>of course, antonio brown stole all the headlines this summer but there's another new wide receiver who figures to be a big part of the offense.
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tyrell williams comes over from the chargers and has been working out with their car since early in the summer got together in offseason. >>i know that make and in turn can so were good right now you know this is starting click on this is things will work on but i mean for day one of those good. >>we some of the new guys while talented come with some baggage. one of whom being richie incognito's the controversial art is ready to make an impression on greater nation for raider nation know that i'm excited to be a part of it they've been nothing but the readers organization been great. >>the legacy of this organization and the history his deficit that's important to me and it's also you part of that i want them to know that a more about off to work hard every single day. and a thing i got his last ride so i got i'm getting everything i got and hopefully that's it's not a lot of all goes well we all know training camp is a grind and the weather here in napa valley reminds us of that every minute a high of 97 degrees on saturday here at raiders camp but. >>the fans still showed up and
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showed out hundreds of fans here watching camp already to see the raiders suit up this season, but one player they are still waiting to see antonio brown star receiver, he is not playing right now he's on the non-football injury list but it is not believed to be a serious injury and he should only be out a couple weeks at the most jason dumas scrum for sports. all right jason, thanks. a lot less going take a live look outside at sfo. no fog, no delays all looking good we'll be right back.
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>>morning event in kron 4 news weekend taking a live look outside beautiful view of the golden gate bridge and if you look real closely on the left side of the screen. you can see some of the runners taking part of the san francisco marathon which is happening this morning. they've already crossed the golden gate into miranda now they're on their way back to continue their on-ice 27 mile run, this far as the with the forecast and it looks like it's a nice day for running that sure they'd like a little bit cooler yeah, well it said temperatures are in the upper 50's in the 60 or so right now they add another decade for the high in san francisco and you have the typical when that are going on there. so have breezy conditions and around the building and so forth but elsewhere around the bay of or anoter hot one we're looking at. here's the shot from lick observatory with the a high cloudiness that we have there as you can see up there to mount hamilton. meanwhile back to the golden gate we're just talking about there is some of the leftover fog but even at this vantage point we can still make out them are inside
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towers very nicely there and a nice blue skies, a lot 72 antioch at this hour 58, though for napa 61 about of 59 against san francisco, 57 for santa rosa and 68 down there to san jose. the breakdown pushes us very close to around 100 some places will reach it or beat it. however, some places that maybe yesterday may not quite get up as high as that's or shaving just a couple the little degrees off of it though however the bigger change on temperatures will come on your monday into tuesday, we're really start feeling that change. the a's game today versus the rangers game time zone earlier today at one oh 7 so that pushes our highs to the temperatures rather in the upper 70's little bit warmer going on just a light and variable wind. it's a good time to get some ice cream and you might might want to do that tonight and find some good service there too as well. highs today, 71 san francisco oakland 79 90 coming in for san jose coming up in just a little bit. well the 4 zone forecast for you and that extended with the winds of
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change marty okayed a we look forward to that thank you. breaking overnight, multiple lanes of highway 2 37 in san jose are back open after a pedestrian was killed in an early morning crash. it happened just after 3 30 this morning just west of zanker road. authorities not yet released much information about the crash. no word on any other injuries or arrests. they were police in petaluma are looking for a man who robbed the ups driver that driver was unloading some packages outside the horizon store on kenilworth drive when 2 men pushed him and took off with several boxes. they drove off in a car heading southbound on highway one oh one. the thieves got away with a number of cell phones and watches. the driver was not hurt. and police along the creek and created a new outreach program for homeless in that area the kron four's a christina tape cho has more on this. >>this is a new pilot program the city started just about a month ago, there are 2 existing wannacry police officers in charge of it and
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the city put out a statement saying over the past decade, they seen a steady increase in homelessness and over the past few years, it's raised a lot of concerns with the community currently they're taking anywhere from 2500 to 3,000 calls involving homelessness a year. the main goals building relationships with the homeless community connecting those who are living in homelessness with services working with residents and businesses to address homeless related issues. lower calls for service. all efforts to help develop long-term solutions to recurring problems. the city is seen. >>officers working closely with the woman becomes task force the trinity center mental health organizations and other city and county agencies with speaking with residents in the area this morning. all said similar things that homelessness though not playing the community has been a big issue over the past few years and there needs to be a solution trans in activity. >>a lot of people sort walking around. and handling that's to the freeway those sorts of things as a father of the
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young daughter goes to school very near to that area. it's a sometimes it's a little nerve wracking you know when you see a lot of folks just sort of transients walking around so i think it's something that should be addressed. >>within the first month of the program this 2 officers have made about 200 contacts, 25 arrests and that provide services to about 90 people living in homelessness reporting in walnut creek christina teatro kron 4 news. >>a 67 year-old man was shot and killed in cut heidi it's the first murder in that small sonoma county community in 25 years. patrick leonard was found dead friday night on the floor of the garage at a home on rahman avenue. police say that lambert leonard was involved in an ongoing dispute with his neighbor joe rossi witnesses say they were arguing outside moments before the shooting ross he was arrested by police at the scene on suspicion of homicide. after a handgun was found in his home. alert system in the works to help warn people of a wildfire.
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it's a response to a deadly can to the deadly camp fire in paradise last year when so many people didn't receive warnings to evacuate. reporter jack is just immense now takes a look at the new system. morning of november 8. >>plame's barreling toward for the shark's home for her only warning to evacuate we just saw from the ridge. an enormous amount of smoke, she's one of many neighbors who never got an emergency alert or cell phone letting her know the camp fire was coming. she left anyway, but many done it as hectic. something like that. 85 people died in the fire. butte county sheriff kory hony wants to make sure this never happens again. >>so your telephone networks can become clogged. you're so you could become damaged to go down. >>it's why his department is trying out a new weight war neighbors to get out. programming the special site running to every march deputy our deputies. >>to go through neighborhoods,
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sounding this very distinctive siren that would alert people to a problem. >>if you hear the site. it means your street is evacuated. i want to be very clear. >>this does not replace. the other mechanisms of notifying people we still need people. 2 foot sign up for code red, so they can get the emergency mass notification, we still need them to pay attention to our social media pages we still need them to pay attention to the traditional media. >>you know the siren there's no way to guarantee everyone will hear it. >>and for roads impassable deputies will be able to get into the neighborhoods to sound it. but sheriff tony says it's still worth a shot. >>we need to make an effort to message across multiple platforms because no single platform is going to do the trick. >>and neighbors like sharper all for any plan to get the word out faster so i think. >>everything that i can think of. >>that was jessica mensch reporting now at casa department roughly $3,000 to program this to siren into all of their vehicles. the
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aimed at lowering the number of treat deadly traffic accidents involve teenagers across the country. >>kron four's unwell bello has more on the simulation technology. >>don't want to crash. i want
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to get in that accident some really paranoid about that 10 each might only be 14 but getting behind the wheel is already on her mind we play a lot of also. >>she's always kind of wanting to drive the car and she's always kind of wanted to do things before everyone else when her dad chris heard there was a video game that could help her get prepared. he didn't hesitate to try it out before you start not only of to. >>click to see pope. >>it's all about certain drivers it in a game so i thought that was pretty cool. spine driving essential to simply to allow interactive. >>teen driver training in your own house bob davis has been making large scale simulators for teenage driver since 2005. but he says creating one for x box and ps for gamers opens up a new option for teen driving preparedness be attention of the teen users because it's competitive. >>its immediate feedback and it's entertaining without being suing the blast. >>this is see unlike always
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try and get the best score and i get upset when i don't. so think i'll translate well and i'm on the road will try to like. >>get more playing the game has 10 different lessons starting with the basics and then taking you through several different scenarios so that when it's time to get on the road you're more fully prepared. >>level that i'm on right now there is a pyre were here you have a phone it forces you to look at it you can't see the road and goes back and forth that and it really shows you how much hello distracted. you are when you're on the phone. >>and that we're all sort of watching each other play while i'm driving a more conscious to end though there's no real replacement for behind the wheel experience the chide say the game is giving them peace of mind. yeah, this is then one of my biggest fears but. >>you know seeing all of these scenarios with the cell phones and the kids running out in the middle of the street in the different weather conditions and things like that which is hard to practice
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when you're actually in a car. so i think that it's a good supplement to actual driving practice and driver's education. >>in alameda noel bellow kron 4 news. >>and still ahead on kron 4 news weekend we're going to hear from the marine biologists in monterrey who captured this photo that has since gone viral. that's coming up next. you see clear skin. cosentyx can help people with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis find clear skin that can last. don't use if you're allergic to cosentyx.
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>>good morning. we're back on kron 4 news weekend. takings you from sutro cam this
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morning a little bit of haze there but nothing compared to yesterday when it was a fog and that's right when we have this deck of fog over the ice, it's now mixed out nicely marty so it looks like a lot more sunshine to start the day. it's actually not going to be quite as hot as yesterday but i ink its going to notice and maybe a couple the only the statistician to go toward agrees cooler like you want some richard jacket yeah that's right you want some real change it's going to happen, sounds like a shunt will have their winning in there that's right sfo. no delays morning was just talking about a little clearer picture that we can see this morning as well and the shot from u c berkeley, nice view of the east bay shoreline and off towards the distance as well how those winds holding up on not much to report this morning. calm the single digit you can see over most of the region the kind of scattered about a little bit. what will happen is a favorite isn't coming in on shore old trough dropping. and that's going to drive some winds for us as we get into the early part of the week high temperatures today going to be quite hosting those inland valleys, one oh 7 fresno bakersfield want to
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wait sacramento coming in one oh 4 starting to feel a little change along the coast just a touch 66 monterey 71 san francisco. donna so cal though stop to 80 san diego and 79 up to big bear. let's do it now your 4 zone forecast across the region, 71 san francisco at the coast. we did see some lower 70's you may recall from yesterday but pacific at 67 this go around half moon bay around 69 or so and that will continue to cool is on shore winds kick in in the bay side of the peninsula little different we see some 70's, yeah, but burlingame still up to 80 a lot of 80's down here in the southern and although palo alto's dropped out of the 90's 89 along with redwood city, 86 mountain view 84 to the south there we go we scrounge up 90 there for you at san jose, 91 milpitas morgan hill still to 96 in the stratosphere, their 90 cupertino east bay shoreline middle 80's, although getting inland we're looking in tri valley at 97 94 for pleasanton 96 for walnut creek, 83 per se
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le and one 79 for open jumping up to the north bay we still have some 90's to dish out in vacaville up there one o 3 fairfield 9890 for napa the sonoma 94, 95 santa rosa and back to the 80's heading down to southern ran. again you can see a little bit of breaking the army or armor here 82 valley as things get slightly cooler but the bigger change or you go from monday, wow that looks like it's almost chilly 85. as we look at a lot of 80's lined up for us next week marty all right dave i'll get my sweater tomorrow, thanks a lot. for your money this morning military families are a higher risk for fraud. that's according to the better business bureau. >>now military consumers report losing a meeting of $200 when they fall victim to a scam and that's much higher than the $152 reported by all consumers last year. the bureau says relocation forces military consumers to make quicker purchasing compared to the general population moving
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to a new location can also make it difficult to find secure stable employment for spouses and other family members as well. war 2 servicemen killed in combat is finally received the burial his family says he always deserved his loved ones spent decades trying to find out exactly what happened to him. josh was on has the story. final resting place. >>for an american hero show the love to bring this to bring his care home. later i'm amazed. i'm so impressed with the people. took the time to come welcome a hero high. >>brandenburg a private first class in the united states marine corps was 17 years old when he landed on the central pacific island in 1943. he and more than 1000 other americans would die there in an effort to take control of the island
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from the japanese. brandenburg body never came home, his family searched and waited hopeful one day the teenager could be brought home and laid to rest 75 years later that has finally happened. >>and the people in our middle age and like you said on all the other streets coming from the funeral. was just amazing. amazing. >>private first class brandenburg was buried alongside his father who died shortly before his son left for war and his mother who received a purple heart for sun service but died waiting for his body to come home. >>been the best thing that i think ever happened in our family. it's an honor.
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>>well that was josh was on reporting family members say the moment is bittersweet for them. and they just wish the family who grew up with the young man could have seen this day. a marine mile adjust in monterrey snapped a photo that has now gone viral. it features something that you may have never seen before. reporter felix cortez has the story. >>i get to see if a crazy stuff never this. >>chase dekker was the marine biologists, a photographer for sanctuary cruises when he got this spectacular image, let's see line inside a humpback whale's mouth. >>there's a lot of people but never even seen a whale, the fact that they could see some so amazing something i've never seen in all my years of doing this is like my blind. >>sanctuary cruises out of moslehi was watching a part of humpbacks on a feeding frenzy when the freak act of nature happened. >>and i was hoping that the photo you know looking behind the land so i was like ok, i hope i got it and then i look i was just so static images capture the moment, i never see again. >>decker posted the picture on
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facebook for all to see and it's gone viral. but there are some internet naysayers that people keep saying well this is clearly fo chavez's courier clearly taken on a dock or somewhere else then. the seal on to spend the whales now so get a lot of that humpback whales don't eat sea lions a crail playing them in small fish decker says there are also hundreds of sea lions and the feeding frenzy and this unlucky see line didn't get out of the way quick enough when the humpback swam up to lunch feed when the whale went back down the sea lion swam off. i mean it may have a little ptsd may be a bit of up. >>but on us there's a lot worse things to worry about and with all the sharks york is in the day. >>it's got a lot on its mind and you know being a wells not for a few seconds. >>while cool that was felix cortez reporting decker by the way is getting worldwide attention for that photograph in fact the national geographic society also interesting about writing an article about that photo.
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of shoes instead her shopping spree will benefit the whole community. look around carrie jernigan shouse. >>it was right around 1500. >>she's not hoarder. >>they from newborns to size 13 in means doesn't have a shopping addiction. >>she was just inspired by her daughter's huge hearts. >>i know senate she's little too small a 4th grader harper jernigan just wanted to buy or friend one pair of new shoes and navy at parents and i know he likes a i saw some and then she she and long lead to shoot her my friends, but she didn't know his size. we want be able to figure out of sight as because of the time of the year. and so i just jokingly looked at the clerk asked how much for the rest of the shoes in here. >>you just joking. >>when daley and then same a time maybe midnight. >>that joke became reality.
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now the german guns are planning to give them all away. >>it's just her heart it and she's kind she's they carney 18. and she is how she >>and that one act of kindness has snowball. >>i had a local businessman come up yesterday and give me a $1000 cash and he said i just want you spend this on those kids. it's grown. >>and it kept growing into a big event and a couple weeks churches and businesses now chicken hair cuts eye exams school supplies, you name it. >>that's what it's all about and in the grand scheme of things in this country. this is it tiny blip but continues to grow in a just it makes you do one little thing for that stated fixing to go back to school then it it matters to that one kid. >>all because harper wanted to buy or friend, a pair of avengers shoes. we'll bring it back home day 2 of the oakland
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art and soul festival kicks off this morning. the event features food live music performers and a whole lot more. >>there's also a great chance to celebrate the creativity of oakland and the east bay with a large number of artists who are featuring their work there. tickets for the festival are $12 for adults and free for anyone 18 and under. >>and it's not too late to sign your child up for the little opera in san francisco. it's a great opportunity for students to add opera writing and performing at the city's famous grace cathedral to their resumes. the program teachers teaches every step of the opera it also promotes diversity imagination and ambition as well little opera and grace is a new partnership between the program and the church a top hill. it will host k through 8 students after school for 9 months this program starts on september not dave. ok look at the bay area temperatures will the 72
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>>good sunday morning to are watching right now the golden gate bridge and 27,000 runners who are making their way
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through the city this morning. >>the san francisco marathon you look closely on the left side of the screen you can see them coming back from them are in side of the bridge. marathon kicked off at 5 30 this morning and if you're dri t the city today be prepared to deal with road closures and you can find a full list of closures on our website at kron 4 dot com. happening today, the bay area air quality management district is issued an air quality advisory for smoke for the entire bay area. it's because of the mile post 97 fire that's burning in southern oregon smoke from that blaze will filter into the bay area that fire has burned nearly 9,000 acres over the past few days health officials say that it's very important that everyone avoid exposure to the smoke and if possible stay inside with the doors and windows closed until those smoke levels, some spots subside good morning. everybody i'm marty gonzales stays far as here with the forecast talk more about the heat especially inland. yeah, but no fog going along the bay
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well the inland areas where that point is a bit closed anyway. the a c on show will be going join today so. >>it's another hot one, however big changes happened into next week so just hang with today, here's a shot from bethel island other day to be on the water good day to be on the waters us up quite roasting there you have the nice blue skies in place the golden gate bridge. we talk about may recall yesterday during the entire program in the morning. we couldn't even see any of the towers now we can see the farmer inside that's going a little hazy back there but you get the general idea temperatures 77 antioch 71 for livermore 69 for concord even though today technically may not be as hot as yesterday were really getting a nice head start in the far east bay 69 for a concord and up to the north bay so 58 for napa 64 for nevado 71 covering san jose. yes, it is warmer today than yesterday. places like fairfield the santa rosa are much ahead where they were from this time on yesterday hot weather again today heat advisory in place that will technically be the case until
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this evening. now this evening will be treated to a little bit more of a wind that we saw from yesterday and that's kind of indicating that things are changing as we a little trough coming up over shoulders. that will drive that onshore wind that really break the back of this heat spell, 97 will try by mid afternoon for a lot of the inland valleys like this an old one of those nice deep blue skies. highs today and 71 san francisco, oakland 79 90 san jose and of course will be having for you the 4 zone forecast coming up later party. all thanks a lot of breaking overnight multiple lanes of highway 2 37 in san jose are reopened after a pedestrian was killed. >>in an early morning crash. it happened just after 3 30 this morning west of zanker road. authorities have not yet released much information about the crash and there's no word yet of any other arrests or any other injuries. also breaking overnight police arrested one man another person was injured after a shooting near the oakland coliseum bart station. it happened about 8 o'clock last
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night on san leandro street. a 24 year-old man was rushed to the hospital after being shot in his left arm, this morning, he's listed in stable condition. a 44 year-old man was arrested in connection with the shooting but his identity has not yet been released. nor have police released a motive. we're learning more this morning about 2 bay area teenagers arrested for the murder of an italian police officer in rome. police say 18 year-old gabriel natale hoarders and 13 year-old finnegan elder stabbed and killed a police officer dan rome during a botched drug deal. prosecutors say the 2 who went to school in marine county have admitted to the killing. they're expected to be charged with aggravated murder and attempted extortion. the prosecution is calling for a life sentence for the 2 teenagers. state police and the people of rome paid tribute to the slain officer saturday after the teenagers were arrested a funeral is planned for tomorrow in rome. finnegan's family also
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released a statement saying they're sending their condolences to the slain officers family also adding they've not been able to contact their son just yet and they're requesting privacy as they deal with the situation. the officer had recently returned to work following his honeymoon. a san jose police officer won't be returning to work anytime soon after being booked into jail on felony drug and weapons charges. 48 year-old john tomkins was taken into custody on friday kron four's felipe gaulle reports that a traffic stop in sunnyvale led to his arrest. a traffic stop in sunnyvale on the 7th of july turned out to be anything but routine. >>when 47 year-old daniel ochoa was pulled over by an officer for a vehicle code violation. it happened just a stone's throw away from the sunnyvale department of public safety at the intersection of west el camino reale and hallenbeck avenue ochoa was eventually arrested for selling drugs and when the dps served search warrants a no who lives in santa clara.
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investigators then learned of a connection between the suspect to 48 year-old san jose police officer hn tomkns sunnyvale captain jim choi says he was not in the car at the time information that we have at this time does a show that they were neighbors, however, specific into their relationship is not being disclosed at this time this investigation is still ongoing. >>and for that reason i can't disclose. specifics on friday morning thompkins was arrested on 2 felony charges of possession of narcotics with firearms. >>and 2 misdemeanor charges of possession of drugs. he was booked into the santa clara county main jail. this after investigators served search warrants on thompkins sunnyvale home greg drugs and weapons were found this is a very 99.9% of time officers throughout this country throughout this county and. >>you know in our agency in san jose, you know they're going above and beyond the call of duty doing the right thing protecting the people and serving their communities. the san jose police department
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confirms thompkins is on paid administrative leave at the moment, adding that the agency is conducting its own internal investigation into the case. the san jose police department also assisted in tompkins arrest. >>in sunnyvale felipe should all kron 4 news. >>and coming up on kron 4 news weekend. there's a new program in the east bay that's cracking down on the growing homeless population that story's coming up and video captures the moment, the customers tackled a thief inside an east bay coffee shop
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>>morning we're back on kron 4 news weekend. we're also learning more about the moment that a thief was tackled by customers after taking laptops from berkeley coffee shop, the incident was caught on camera kron four's dan thorn reports that another person is still on the run this morning. this video shows quite to tackle in team work to catch one of these would be thieves, but police are still looking for the other one that got away. >>i spoke with a coffee shop owner who tells me that these crimes are actually a good reminder to be vigilant because there are more thieves out there. >>security video from inside of a berkeley coffee shop captures a would be laptop thief getting tackled to the ground the attempt his first stop by the victim who springs from his seat and wraps his arms around the robber others are then seen jumping in to pin down the crook. >>i was proud of everybody nobody got hurt. the outcome was what awaits. >>know micheletti is the co owner of romeo's coffee. he
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says this is the first time in 2 years of business, someone tried stealing a laptop at the telegraph avenue shop. >>we don't think that that ever it can happen again and we decide. >>employees say the duo walked into the shop around noon thursday. they asked for water sat for a few minutes and then launched their theft attempt, one of the suspects wearing a gray hoodie is seen quickly swiping a laptop before bolting out of the front door the second feet immediately follows but his grab at the waist and dragged out an employee then runs to the dog pile both laptops were able to be recovered and a 15 year-old would be thief was arrested by police micheletti says this ford and that should be a lesson to others who might be looking for trouble ever romeos. >>and that was a big mistake for those guys to make and i have to say it's immaturity where they are from the neighborhood because they've been from the neighborhood they wouldn't know that rome is place you want to try that. >>well the truth is definitely in the pudding micheletti says that he is grateful that
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customers are stepping up to help each other out and the situations and he's hoping the other suspect gets caught very soon. reporting in berkeley dan thorn kron 4 news. >>live shot coming in from timber on little little leftover fog you can see hovering around the immediate fate is bay area temperatures 77 antioch and it's going to be quite toasty in london. look at your forecast coming up next on 4 morning news continues. that's me long before i had psoriatic arthritis. i'm phil mickelson. i've always been a go-getter and kinda competitive. flash forward, then psoriatic arthritis started getting the better of me. and my doctor said my joint pain could mean permanent joint damage. and enbrel helps relieve joint pain, helps stop that joint damage, plus helps skin get clearer. ask about enbrel so you can get back to being your true self.
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>>good morning, we're back on kron 4 news weekend levin, this view from the embarcadero this morning a lot of folks out walking around this early sunday morning enjoying the weather. this here to tell us more about that. >>hey it's pretty good in around the immediate they you know a mother nature's air conditioner, you know, and that's going to be going into hotter high cycle as we go into early next week, the death of that on shore flow. but weren't. toast is in london and there was an attack or anything i just you know whatever. here's about the lineup. i know about the wily good day to be out the votes though so nice nice blue skies that we can see to a just little to haze in and around the immediate they that we've been seeing and also the shot from the bay bridge. if you recall yesterday was just like an overcast painted up here. now these to get the glare from the sun rising of the east bay saw over the east bay hills before the warming starts were to 77 already antioch concord of 69 71 for livermore east bay shoreline, the green is starting to evaporate middle 60's also in the peninsula. so some 50's to be had half moon bay, 56, 64
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by the way for nevado so a future cast for not much to show with all of this as a sidebar issue in the afternoon. we don't see anything left over the monsoon really up this far north and west a little bit that marine layer comes back again little stronger than it was this morning. couple sprinkles off to the coast. and as we get into tuesday morning. same procedure as well so we're going up get back to that all kind of grind there again of a more aggressive fog on shore flow. but hey it's going to break the back of this latest piece, but heat spike for us winds are also going pick up a little bit tonight there you see him in london. we're on the east bay valleys and then up to the north bay here a little bit along the coast, particularly peninsula's little bit more. exaggerated by the time we get to tomorrow evening. it looks like and this is one that will trough gets a little closer to us to really drive some of these winds, it's just a snapshot of what's going on say about 8 o'clock at night with all that ok so for today we're talking sunny and hot again that heat advisory in place, same
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coverage as before 100 plus in some selective spots tonight, mild turning breezy and the heat spike breaks and then into next week, it's cooling through midweek with temperatures back to the 80's already looks like by as early as tomorrow, but staying that way throughout the week and reinforced by that on shore flow. what's like central valley going to be quite toasty but the far east bay will call upper 90's a couple of hundreds could still break 84 for hayward 85 fremont warm even along the east bay shoreline, the redwood city 86 their 71 san francisco across the state you can see approaching one 10 in the central valley 75% of our but the 81 got to san diego. so we'll do about 90 san jose, 79 going on for oakland 71, san francisco and by the way for oakland we'll have a look at your oakland a's forecast coming up at the party. ok jay thanks a lot the national headlines this morning president trump is attacking another democratic lawmaker of color. >>this time he's taking aim at congressman elijah cummings of baltimore. the president tweeting that cummings
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district is quote far worse and more dangerous than the u s mexico border, the president then went on to say that baltimore is a quote disgusting rat and rodent infested mess. those tweets came after congressman cummings slammed the acting homeland security security secretary over conditions at the border at a hearing earlier this month. since the tweets were sent the hashtag we are baltimore became phe number one trending topic on twitter as people came to the to the defense of comings and the city. >>i guess everybody in the 70's the assault including me we're not going to ignore anyone. the grating moments in and as the victim he said know >>bay area, congresswoman and speaker of the house nancy pelosi responded to the president's comments tweeting quote rep cummings is a champion in congress and the country for civil rights and economic justice. a beloved leader in baltimore and a deeply valued colleague. we all read jet racist attacks
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against him and support his steadfast leadership. then this morning the president fired back and pelosi and san francisco, not referencing anything specific saying that it is failing badly and not even recognizable lately adding that the democrats should stop with the quote rich witch hunt and hoax and start focusing on our country. new york city is suing american airlines over employee sick leave policy. the suit says that the airline retaliated against workers who use paid sick time. >>the department of consumer and worker protection found in american airlines failed to pay sick leave at the required rate and also failed to allow workers to use a crude sick leave your organization seeking about $375,000 in restitution for more than 750 ground crew workers that includes agents representatives and mechanical employees. for your money this morning military families are at higher risk for fraud.
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that's according to the better business bureau military report losing a meeting about $200 one family one falling to victim to a scam and that's much higher than the $150 reported by all consumers in 2018. the bureau sa relocation forces military consumers to make quicker purchases and decisions about purchases than the general population. they also a move to a new location and that can make it difficult to find secure stable employment for spouses and other family members. still ahead this morning, the raiders and niners open training camp are going to take a look at that next also on the baseball highlights.
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>>well saturday was the first official training camp for the san francisco, 49 ers down in santa clara. it was a non pad session and all the talk was about the defense. this is video from the san francisco, 49 ers as to that defense. top 9 ers draft pick nick bosa went up against veteran offensive lineman joe staley and according to reports beat him several times the first squad defense gave up 0 points in just one big play. not to worry about the offense though usually takes a little bit of time for the offensive squad to mash especially for one that has been without their
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quarterback. san francisco giants have had some wild games and friday night was no different. all involved a giants player. and the dad. top of the 11th and pablo sandoval crushes this ball. it is gone and that would prove to be the game winning home run. father who was holding his child you can see in the replay here he had the day baby in one hand and the child in the other child was untouched in an injured in the dad got the ball saturday. the panda gave the father of. to the game take a listen. >>actually said in nice >>making pass references there to the world series baby making yet another cameo there on saturday good work dad now as for the oakland a's. they
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won 5 to 4 saturday night against the rangers, giants lose 5 to one against the padres. >>all right jr thanks a lot training camp under way for the oakland raiders as well kron four's jason tomas when tune napa shows how the silver and black black kicked off. it was day one of 45 here at raiders camp in the day was all about these players getting used to one another a whole lot of new faces shining the silver and black this year quarterback derek carr realizes how important it will be to build that chemistry early in order to have long-term success. we spell of time the offseason. >>more than i have with other guys and pass the these these receivers minute tell you what they and it that way for me to text them that that that was something that was pretty cold. you know, i'm saying. so they're they're showing up at my house, they're showing up in bakersfield of all places. hey were you of in bakersfield, you're more than
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welcome to come get to work and we get 10 guys there. we do it today many camp. >>of course, antonio brown stole all the headlines this summer but there's another new wide receiver who figures to be a big part of the offense. tyrell williams comes over from the chargers and has been working out with their car together in in the summer got offseason. >>i know that make and in turn can so if i were good right now you know this is starting click on this is things will work on but i mean for day one of those good. >>we some of the new guys while talented come with some baggage. one of whom being richie incognito's the controversial art is ready to make an impression on greater nation for raider nation know that i'm excited to be a part of it they've been nothing but the readers organization been great. >>the legacy of this organization and the history his deficit that's important to me and it's also you part of that i want them to know that a more about off to work hard every single day. and a thing i got his last ride so i got him to give you everything i got and hopefully that's all
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it's not a lot of all goes well we all know training camp is a grind and the weather here in napa valley reminds us of that every minute a high of 97 degrees on saturday here at raiders camp but. >>the fans still showed up and showed out hundreds of fans here watching camp already to see the raiders suit up this season, but. >>one player they are still waiting to see antonio brown star receiver, he is not playing right now he's on the non-football injury list but it is not believed to be a serious injury and he should only be out a couple weeks at the most jason dumas scrum for sports. >>all right jason, thanks a lot, let's go ahead and take a live look outside at sfo. no fog, no delays all is well we'll right back. we're back
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on kron 4 news weekend taking a live look outside golden gate bridge and very little fog to see some hovering in the background but for the most part it is clear there. >>and clear across much of the bay and we are talking about a bridge shot we could the east bay hills the glare yesterday was no clear was like over cast right so definitely cast right so definitely different story today and more aggressive. >>it's just taking the day off i guess they offer whatever he has cousin is not as strong today so we will see more of it as we get into early next week with the change in those temperatures because today still quite toasty mount diablo checking in here. there you see a little leftover haze but the blue skies firmly in place back to the golden gate
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bridge. marty was just talking about we can still make out the marine side of the tower over there and certainly the some of these southern side which yesterday we could it was all blocked out by all that fog going on temperatures right now 77 antioch 71 livermore everybody else is in the 60's with some of those selected 50's here and there knapp at 5864 from 71 to check in for san jose, checking into your forecast this afternoon. and those in the valleys already popping pass 90's you can see by high noon 97 by 3, although some areas may still reach and around the triple digits. so most of that's going to be contained in the central valley going on today, although quite toasty in around the immediate they today for the oakland a's game versus the rangers game time the one oh 7 and because the game is earlier today, those temperatures a little warmer upper 70's with just a little bit of a variable wind at about 5. so they want to grab some ice cream. i have some interesting scoop ers for you there too. highs today about 71 san francisco oakland 7994,
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san jose by the way looks like a r d all thanks a lot. well breaking overnight multiple lanes of highway 30 to 37 in san jose are reopened after a pedestrian was killed in an early morning crash. it happened just after 3 30 this morning just west of zanker road. >>authorities have not yet released a lot of information about this crash and there's no word about any other injuries or or s. to the north bay where police and had a loom are looking for a man who robbed the ups driver that driver was unloading packages outside of a rise in store on kenilworth drive when 2 men suddenly pushed him and took office several boxes, they drove off in a car heading southbound on highway one oh one. the thieves got away with a number of cell phones and watches. the driver was not hurt. to the east bay where police on the creek and created a new outreach program for homeless in the area kron four's chris christie that h o now has more on that.
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>>this is a new pilot program the city started just about a month ago, there are 2 existing wannacry police officers in charge of it and the city put out a statement saying over the past decade, they seen a steady increase in homelessness and over the past few years, it's raised a lot of concerns with the community currently they're taking anywhere from 2500 to 3,000 calls involving homelessness a year. the main goals building relationships with the homeless community connecting those who are living in homelessness with services working with residents and businesses to address how most related issues, lower calls for service. all efforts to help develop long-term solutions to recurring problems. the city is seen. >>officers working closely with the woman becomes task force the trinity center mental health organizations and other city and county agencies with speaking with residents in the area this morning. all said similar things that homelessness though not playing the community has been a big issue over the past few years and there needs to be a solution trans in activity. >>a lot of people sort walking
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around. and handling that's to the freeway those sorts of things as a father of the young daughter goes to school very near to that area. it's a sometimes it's a little nerve wracking you know when you see a lot of folks just sort of transients walking around so i think it's something that should be addressed. >>within the first month of the program this 2 officers have made about 200 contacts, 25 arrests and that provide services to about 90 people living in homelessness reporting in walnut creek christina teatro kron 4 news. >>in the north bay as 6.67 year-old man was shot and killed in cut heidi it's the first murder in that small sonoma county town in 25 years. patrick leonard was found dead friday night on the floor of the garage of the home on robin avenue police say that leonard was involved in an ongoing dispute with his neighbor joseph rossi witnesses say they were arguing outside moments before the shooting rossi was arrested at the scene on suspicion of homicide after a gun was found at his home.
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there is a new alert system in the works to help warn people about a wildfire. it's a ponse to the deadly camp fire in paradise last year when so many ople didn't receive any warnings to evacuate. jessica mensch takes a look at this new system. morning of november 8. >>plame's barreling toward for the shark's home for her only warning to evacuate we just saw from the ridge. enormous amount of smoke, she's one of many neighbors who never got an emergency alert or cell phone letting her know the camp fire was coming. she left anyway, but many janet as hectic. something like that. 85 people died in the fire. butte county sheriff kory hony wants to make sure this never happens again. >>so your telephone networks can become clogged. you're so you could become damaged to go down. >>it's why his department is trying out a new weight war neighbors to get out. programming this special site running to every march deputy
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vehicles. >>our deputies to go through neighborhoods, sounding this very distinctive siren that would alert people to a problem. >>if you hear the site. it means your street is evacuated. i want to be very clear. >>this does not replace. the other mechanisms of notifying people we still need people. 2 foot sign up for code red, so they can get the emergency mass notification, we still need them to pay attention to our social media pages we still need them to pay attention to the traditional media. >>you know the siren there's no way to guarantee everyone will hear it. >>and for roads impassable deputies will be able to get into the neighborhoods to sound it. but sheriff tony says it's still worth a shot. >>we need to make an effort to message across multiple platforms because no single platform is going to do the trick. >>and neighbors like sharper all for any plan to get the word out faster so i think. >>everything that i can think of. >>well as jessica mensch reporting now it costs the department roughly $3,000 to
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program this new siren into all of their vehicles. the department also looking into adding some stationary sirens as well. >>we can we're going to show you a new video game that hopes to help reduce the number of teenagers killed in car crashes that story's coming up.
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>>kron four's has more on this simulation technology. >>don't want to crash. i want to get in that accident some really paranoid about that 10 each i might only be 14 but getting behind the wheel is already on her mind we play a lot lso. >>she's always kind of wanting to drive the car and she's always kind of wanted to do things before everyone else when her dad chris heard there was a video game that could help her get prepared. he didn't hesitate to try it out before you start not only of to. >>click to see pope. >>it's all about certain drivers it in the game. so i thought that was pretty cool. her spine driving essential to simply to allow interactive. >>teen driver training in your own house bob davis has been making large scale simulators r teene driver since 2005. but he says creating one for x box and ps for gamers opens up a new option for teen driving preparedness be attention of the een users because it's competitive. >>its immediate feedback and it's entertaining without being suing the blast.
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>>this is see unlike always try and get the best score and i get upset when i don't. so think i'll translate well and i'm on the road all try like. >>get more playing the game has 10 different lessons starting with the basics and then taking you through several different scenarios so that when it's time to get on the road you're more fully prepared. >>level that i'm on right now there is a par were here you have a phone it forces you to look at you can't see the road and goes back and forth that and it really shows you how much how distracted you are when you're on the phone. >>and that we're all sort of watching each other play while i'm driving a more conscious to end though there's no real replacement for behind the wheel experience the chide say the game is giving them peace of mind. yeah, this is then one of my biggest fears but. >>you know seeing all of these scenarios with the cell phones and the kids running out in
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the middle of the street in the different weather conditions and things like that which is hard to practice when you're actually in a car. so i think that it's a good supplement to actual driving practice and driver's education in alameda noel bellow kron 4 news. >>and for your health this morning more children experiencing back pain from of caring. those heavy backpacks there's an uptick in young patients who are visiting orthopedic surgeons and chiropractors for their back pain. the first tip, the doctors have is to make sure that your child is using both straps of the backpack also they say how the bag is packed can also cause pain. doctors say children should carry no more than 10 to 20% of their body weight. all right we'll take short break we'll take a live look outside golden gate bridge this time looking just lovely this morning will be right back to the forecast.
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enbrel fda approved for over 17 years. >>welcome back to kron 4 morning news, good morning, everybody live shot coming in from sfo and no delays going on this morning we're seeing the plane traffic doing its thing along the runways mount diablo checking in a little bit of haze right at the ground, but basically mostly sunny skies. another hot day and is what you can expect contra costa county and beyond here are the current winds a single digits for the most part or com. that's going to pick up a little bit for tonight. we'll have a stronger on shore wind and then a stronger one is expected in the monday night it looks like that really shows the breaking of the back of this latest heat spy kids still in place today though central valley
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popping near one 10 1 oh 7 fresno bakersfield, one oh 8 along the central coast at 66 monterey santa barbara 7581 going on for san diego in 71 for san francisco. let's check it out of your 4 zone forecast 71 speaking of which again san francisco. the maybe dropping to the upper 60's today contrast with the lower 70's that we saw from earlier in the weekend 67 pacifica today, half moon bay, 69, northern edge of the peninsula along the bay side in the 70's burlingame at 80. it's an 80 story to the south however, redwood city 86 84 going on for mountain dew palo alto checking it an 89, 91 milpitas santa clara pair of eight's cupertino around 90. morgan hill though popping in 96 as you can see east bay shoreline is more of the middle 80's 97 tri valley for livermore pleasanton at 94, looks like a danville coming in at 96 today concord around 98 to 96 walnut creek was 79 for oakland and jumping up here to the north bay napa checks in at 90 94
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for sonoma 83 for delay whole little bit of mother nature's air conditioner coming in there 95 for santa rosa put more 80's down to southern moran. the beaches by the way up in the north bay point re at 6362 stenson beach and everybody getting in the 80's territory as early as tomorrow and for the balance of the week that we might see a little bit of an uptick on temperatures in the next weekend getting to about 90, but this is going to definitely take away this heat spike this latest spike for us marty all right dave thanks. thousands of music fans expected to pack the city of concord and the concord pavilion for the annual jazz festival. >>you're taking a look at photos from the very first of ants 50 years ago the event is celebrating his 50th anniversary kicks off next weekend conquered mir karlan over under and kagan joined me this morning to talk about what the festivities are all about congratulations on getting this rebooted up and going again and ellen i want to start with you by the fact that you were involved in the
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first one 50 years ago and now you're involved in the 50th. first festival i is but the first i had just graduated from high school cut in value high school so we're having our 50th high school as well. >>and karl jefferson was a on the lincoln mercury dealership and conquered he spearheaded the. >>hole music festival than it was not really call it jazz festival because we had arthur fiedler san francisco symphony we had i'm chuck mangione hit was it was a wide variety of artists, including names like ella fitzgerald and no and yeah and count basie orchestra erol garner. >>yeah, it was quite a coup for the city of concord back then carlon tell us what it means the city now to bring this back. >>sure well we're extremely proud in this 50th year to be
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bringing this back and also having take 1010 days of jazz. so if you can't make it to the festival on august 3rd we want to be sure to be able to expose the entire community through a variety of free events but we're proud that chaz has once again conquered as the epicenter. >>that brings up another question a lot of folks would say jazz in concord but it does have quite a history doesn't as a huge history. i'm starting with a festival but it spearheaded the whole movement to build the concord pavilion which has been a beautiful outdoor facility over they can take a look at how that's great 1975 is when the pavilion opened not. and then all of that sprung into the record company. so concord jazz records, the first record came out in 1973 and nobody knew what they were doing at the time a couple of musicians asked karl jefferson can you help us to a record he did ok. and that's what happened that was number one and now there are concord records is number
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5 companies and of record companies in the world that's incredible 12,000 albums. almost 300 grammy awards. it's a huge company now. >>don't let let's look spend that a little bit there there are 2 names that really come to mind wh you tnk of the contra jazz festival and that isou know you mentioned karl jefferson and dave brubeck talk a little bit about what impact they have. >>i'm dave brubeck was born in concord up and next year will be his one 100th birthday he passed away and a few years ago. and his family was involved in music in the concord community in the early days. and he has just been really kind to concord and caught has has come too many of our festivals perform many times we renamed the original park, the dave brubeck. >>as day you eu great photos, yeah, one of the important things are through back to is he and his album take tafe i
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think well the album is called timeout the yeah the tone take 5 is the jazz album to an instrumental jazz album just to sell a million copies well so that that was big yeah, yeah and he was on cover of time magazine 1954. and this is at great american music hall here in san francisco. i was pretty barth with him i had a chance to interview him once many years ago and i just found to be so personable and so humble. >>always he and his wife iowa and he together did a lot of the all in all a lot of the music and he did dumb. also a religious music. he's he has some beautiful pieces yeah, he has a big effect on concord are young native son very happy looking down right certain air. >>sure if i could just add marty are very proud and dave brubeck was also an honorary board member for our
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historical he a special time because our museum and event center which is an historic me sonic building on that stage is where dave brubeck performed for the very first time at age 14 and that's something yes wow that's fantastic. >>a mayor tell us a little bit about this year's lineup because you have a wide variety of things and as you mentioned a lot of lot of the festivities are free. >>yes, well the big event is obviously on august 3rd, and it's going to be at the concord pavilion beginning at 04:00pm and so we're going to have the count basie orchestra for example esperanza spalding that also playing off of the famous take 5 songs are the 10 days of jazz is known as take to any of the events are going to be free until the santos plaza, there's a free event we also are going to be doing a cocktail jazz mixer police still which is in our new shopping center. the veranda time in boulevard and we're doing an event also at hurricane harbor and diablo valley college so there are a
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lot of festivities going on as you mentioned it's 2 days of activities all centered around the concord jazz festival. >>50th anniversary it starts on august 1st runs of the town. you get more information from what website. it's visit concord ca. visit concord ca yeah that's this do so much and congratulations on rebooting what is what is just a fantastic festival. >>well thank you for your interest we hope to see you there love to go. yeah we'll be right see on saturday q a.
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>>well let's stay to the open heart and soul festival kicks off this morning. the event of course features great food live music performers and so much more. >>also a great chance to celebrate the creativity of oakland and the east bay with a huge number of artists who are featuring the work. you can get tickets for $12 for adults and free for anybody, 18 and under. late to sign up your child for little operate in san francisco. it's an opportunity for students to add offer writing to and performing to the city's famous grace cathedral to the resumes
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program teaches every step of opera and also promotes diversity imagination and ambition little opera is at grace i it's a new partnership between the program and the church a top hill. it will host k through 8 students after school for 9 months this program starts in september on september night, dave. >>all right marty we're looking temperatures already getting into the 70's for the lot of those in the valleys antioch at 77 conquered by the way at 76 up to the north bay napa still hanging on to 58 but not for long in our hot one coming your way. forecast one coming your way. forecast coming up. ♪ woman 1: this is my body of proof. man 1: proof of less joint pain and clearer skin. man 2: proof that i can fight psoriatic arthritis... woman 2: ...with humira. woman 3: humira targets and blocks a specific source of inflammation that contributes to both joint and skin symptoms. it's proven to help relieve pain, stop further irreversible joint damage and clear skin in many adults.
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thanks for joining us on kron 4 news weekend to take this live look outside from our embarcadero camera beautiful start to the day. >>in san francisco hope things are going well where y are too high everybody i'm marty gonzales and happening today, the bay area air quality management district has issued an air quality advisory for smoke for the entire bay area. it's because of the mile post 97 fire that's burning in southern oregon smoke from that blaze will filter into the bay area and it's a fire that's been burning now it's burned so far some 9,000 acres over the past few days. health officials say that it's important for everyone to avoid exposure to the smoke and if you can stay inside
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with your windows and doors closed until that smoke level subsides. and we've been talking about the weather all weekend long because of heat waves very many he way that we've had over the past couple of days days far as here to tell us more about that you know windows closed, okay, you want the air to be conditioned and it looks like it probably will be to you too as we push those temperatures in the inland valley. well in the 90's again, but you're gonna notice a dramatic change early next week. >>mount diablo checking in there from contra costa county looking pretty good there. blue skies and little bit of haze at the ground just a touch. well, here's a shot of the golden gate. the northern tower we can still see all the little bit of a that hayes left over from the fog but this is usually the fog trap anyway, so just a little bit across that spanned probably 82 for antioch 76 conquered, 76 for livermore meanwhile on the east bay shoreline most reading still hanging on the 60's 71 for fremont and the cool spot up there to nap at 5873 san jose little warmer this morning than yesterday in some cases as high as the de doesn't degrees or better. off
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of the delta 2 it's little warmer this morning as well. the hot weather with us the heat advisory covering all the east bay east of the east bay hills eastern santa clara county as well and then up to the north don't forget we've got a lake county and solano counties all still in this and this technically will be for just today and then after that it lets up. here's what's going on for those high temperatures 9595 that's about mid afternoon going on a high temperature still may reach about a 100 degrees or so but maybe fewer locations today that we saw from yesterday 90 will do it for san jose, 79 for oakland 71 for san francisco coming up in a bit. we'll take a look a closer inspection of your forecast marty all right dave. thank you. breaking overnight, multiple lanes of highway 2 37 in san jose are back open again after a pedestrian was killed in an early morning crash. it happened just after 3 30 this morning west of zanker road. authorities have not yet released much information about the crash
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and there's no word on any other injuries or any arrests that were made. >>also breaking overnight police arrested one man another person was injured following a shooting near the oakland coliseum bart station. it happened about 8 o'clock last night on san leandro street. a 24 year-old man was taken to the hospital after being shot in his left arm he's listed in stable condition at the hospital this morning. a 44 year-old man was arrested in connection with the shooting but his identity has not yet been released nor a talk about a motive. more this morning about the 2 bay area teenagers arrested for the murder of an italian police officer in rome. police say 18 year-old gabriel natalia corgis and 19 year-old finnegan elders stabbed and killed a police officer in rome during a botched drug deal. prosecutors say that the 2 who went to school in marine county admitted to the killing. they're expected to be charged with aggravated murder and attempted extortion. the prosecution calling for a life sentence for the 2 teenagers. state
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police and people in rome paid tribute to the slain officer saturday after the teenagers were arrested a funeral is planned for monday in rome. finnegan's families also released a statement saying they send their condolences to the saint off a slain officers family adding that they have not been able to contact their son just yet, and they also requests privacy as they deal with the situation. the officer had recently returned to work following his honeymoon. in the south bay, san jose police officer will not return to work anytime soon after he was booked into jail on felony drug and weapons charges. 48 year-old john thomson's thompkins was taken into custody on friday. kron four's felipe de gaulle reports that a traffic stop in sunnyvale led to his arrest. >>a traffic stop in sunnyvale on the 7th of july turned out to be anything but routine when 47 year-old daniel ochoa was pulled over by an officer for a vehicle code violation. it happened just a stone's
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throw away from the sunnyvale department of public safety at the intersection of west el camino reale and hallenbeck avenue ochoa was eventually arrested for selling drugs and when the dps served search warrants a no who lives in santa clara. investigators then learned of a connection between the suspect to 48 year-old san jose police officer john tomkins sunnyvale captain jim choi says he was not in the car at the time information that we have at this time does a show that they were neighbors, however, specific details. >>into their relationship is not being disclosed at this time this investigation is still ongoing and for that reason i can't disclose specifics on friday morning thompkins was arrested on 2 felony charges of possession of narcotics with firearms. >>and 2 misdemeanor charges of possession of drugs. he was booked into the santa clara county main jail. this after investigators served search warrants on thompkins sunnyvale home greg drugs and weapons were found this is a
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very 99.9% of time officers throughout this country throughout this county and. >>you know in our agency in san jose, you know they're going above and beyond the call of duty doing the right thing protecting the people and serving their communities. the san jose police department confirms thompkins is on paid administrative leave at the moment, adding that the agency is conducting its own internal investigation into the case. the san jose police department also assisted in tompkins arrest. >>in sunnyvale felipe should all kron 4 news. >>and coming up on kron 4 news weekend. there's a brand new program in the east bay, this cracking down on the growing growing homeless situation there will have more on that coming up. and video captures
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in the east bay we're learning more about the moment that a thief was tackled by customers after taking laptops from a berkeley coffee shop. the incident was caught on surveillance camera kron four's dan thorn reports another person is still on the run this morning. this video shows quite the tackle and teamwork to catch one of these would be thieves but police are still looking for the other one that got away. >>i spoke with a coffee shop owner who tells me that these crimes are actually a good reminder to be vigilant because there are more thieves out there. >>security video from inside of a berkeley coffee shop captures a would be laptop thief getting tackled to the ground the attempt his first stop by the victim who springs from his seat and wraps his
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arms around the robber others are then seen jumping in to pin down the crook. >>i was proud of everybody nobody got hurt the outcome was what awaits. >>know micheletti is the co owner of romeo's coffee. he says this is the first time in 2 years of business, someone tried stealing a laptop at the telegraph avenue shop. >>we don't think that that ever it can happen again and we decide. >>employees y the duo walked into the shop around noon thursday. they asked for water sat for a few minutes and then launched their theft attempt, one of the suspects wearing a gray hoodie is seen quickly swiping a laptop before bolting out of the front door the second feet immediately follows but his grab at the waist and dragged out an employee then runs to the dog pile both laptops were able to be recovered and a 15 year-old would be thief was arrested by police micheletti says this ford and that should be a lesson to others who might be looking for trouble ever romeos. >>and that was a big mistake
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for those guys to make and i have to say it's immaturity where they are from the neighborhood because the dead men from the neighborhood, they wouldn't know that rome is in a place you want to try that. >>well the truth is definitely in the putting micheletti says that he is grateful that customers are stepping up to help each other out in these situations and he's hoping the other suspect gets caught very soon. reporting in berkeley dan thorn kron 4 news. >>and it's not a birth perk excuse he shot him run coming in as we take a look at some leftover fog just about to mix out for us temperatures 82 already antioch 60's around the immediate they 71 for fremont that toasty forecast coming up next. good morning,
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welcome back one for newsweek n word 11 this view from the embarcadero can san francisco it's going to >>perfect day around a san francisco today, a lot of folks a 27,000 of them in the san francisco marathon this morning. and other hand pretty good weather for can see that reid is in the far right hand side of your screen. it's it's there we go, yes, you know bit of a breeze there so we're getting just the normal breeze going on thisafternoon and tonight a little bit more of a wind and the selective when spotted attending lot of winds start to feel and that's the heat wave. >>by breaking so another day of all of this before things break u c berkeley shot, there's the east bay shoreline lined up for us for nicely see off towards the distance just a little bit of haze left over from that fog swing in things around the bay bridge shot,
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you may recall yesterday this was all overcast. now it's a blaring sunshine is joining us this morning. and border in a race in the far east bay antioch already up to 80 to 76 conquered 76 for livermore meanwhile 71 for freeman and still some 60's in and around the immediate phase you can see 62 by the way san francisco. nevada about 7073 coming in for san jose. so future cast for on quiet it is here in the mountains not much going on you see sometimes in the summer wilsee that flare up of thunder showers now. there are enough we do have kind of a high that's parked at the right location that doesn't allow the development as much as thunder shower activity. the marine layer start to snap back tomorrow morning we're going have the fog maybe some sprinkles along the peninsula coast. rinse repeat for your tuesday morning as well looks like again very little activity happening in the mountains don't terms of cloud cover or showers there the winds this evening. the uptick it's actually a little bit more aggressive. it looks like
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tomorrow evening and into the tuesday morning hours as we start to really get that on shore flow notice, the arrows were all pointing as such. some of this being driven by the heating and the different topography little cooler at the coast and a contrast with the inland areas, but this will be driven by little trough up towards our it's good little welcome a piece of information we get. so it's sunny and hot today. heat advisory keeps us 100 plus in some selective spots or at least upper 90's turn a little breezy on all about the heat spike starts to break and then as we get into next week holding through midweek inland highs fall through the 80's, yes, the 80's that's a big chunk below where we are now 97 high and the oc and it looks like livermore to east bay shoreline still got some 80's going on here redwood city 86, up to the north bay napa 90 in 90 also for san jose across central valley forget about a one oh 5 to one and is what they're expecting 75% of barbarous ocala 81 for san diego. central coast looks
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like it's in the 60's and some lower 70's. we'll try out 79 going on for oakland today, 90 for san jose but again things are changing as we go forward well look at the 4 zone forecast for you look at the oakland a's forecast to market sounds good day. thank you. it's a national news this morning police in new york are investigating the death of one year-old twins police say their father left them in a hot car while he went to work and he's now facing charges. melissa rainy has more. >>a tragic scene in the bronx friday night. police tape blocked the street says new york authorities investigated the death of twin babies in a hot car. this is a big tragedy identified by new york police is morrison in phoenix rodriguez, both one year old. the father juan rodriguez has been charged with 2 counts of manslaughter and 2 counts of criminal negligent homicide. icao honest on hole he left them. police said the trends are left inside the car for 8
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hours outside temperatures climbed into the mid 80's through the day while their father worked a shift at the nearby the a hospital. the twins were found unresponsive in the back of his car after he left work. witnesses say that's when they saw rodriguez pull over and yelled for help i was coming out will going news going wrong we're on the car. talked. >>yelling screaming some pieces i could hear was like it's not my fault. it was an accident. >>authorities quickly arrived on scene covering the vehicle and assessing the situation when he looked in the back seat all you could see as the officer do this and you start shaking his head. i'm melissa rainy, reporting. >>from new york city also suing american airlines over employees, sick leave policy the suit says the airline retaliated against workers who used paid sick time. the department of consumer and worker protection found that american airlines failed to pay sick leave at the required rate. also failed to allow workers to use a crude sick leave the organization is seeking about $375,000 in
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restitution for more than 750 ground crew workers that includes agents representatives and mechanical employees. for your money this morning military families are at a higher risk for fraud. that's according to the better business bureau military consumers report losing a medium of about a $200 when falling victim to a scam and that's a higher than the $152 reported by all consumers last year. the bureau says relocation forces military consumers to make quicker purchasing decisions then the general population moving to a new location can also make it tough to find secure stable employment for spouses and other family members. still ahead on kron 4 news weekend. the raiders a niners opening training camp we're going to take a look at both coming up take a look at both coming up next. oh thaphenomenal!, that's unfair. that's so unfair. c'mon jay-bo. let's go. let's go. woahh!
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♪ try my $4.99 barbeque bacon double cheeseburger combo. >>well saturday was the first official training camp for the san francisco, 49 ers down in santa clara. it was a non pad session and all the talk was about the defense. this is video from the san francisco, 49 ers as to that defense. top 9 ers draft pick nick bosa went up against veteran offensive lineman joe staley and according to reports beat him several times the first squad defense gave up 0 points in just one big play. not to worry about the offense though
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usually takes a little bit of time for the offensive squad to mash especially for one that has been without 3rd quarterback, san francisco giants have had some wild games and friday night was no different roads involved. a giants player. and the dad. top of the 11th and pablo sandoval crushes this ball. it is gone and that would prove to be the game winning home run. father who was holding his child you can see in the replay here he had the day baby in one hand and the child in the other child was untouched in an injured in the dad got the ball saturday. the panda gave the father of that. to the game take a listen. >>actually said in
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>>making past references there to the world series baby making yet another cameo there on saturday good work dad now as for the oakland a's. they won 5 to 4 saturday night against the rangers, giants lose 5 to one against the padres. >>all right jr thanks a lot of football training camp under way for the oakland raiders as well kron four's jason dumas went to napa to show us how a silver and black kicked off. >>it was day one of 45 here at raiders camp and today was all about these players getting used to one another a whole lot of new faces shining the silver and black this year the quarterback derek carr realizes how important it will be to build that chemistry early in order to have long-term success. we spell of time the offseason. >>more than i have with other guys in the past meet these receivers minute tell you what they and it that way for me to text them that that that was
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something that was pretty cold in this, you know, i'm saying. showing up at my house, they're showing up in bakersfield of all places. hey were you of in bakersfield, you're more than welcome to come get to work and we get 10 guys ty're aood today, many camp. >>of course, antonio brown stole all the headlines this summer but there's another new wide receiver who figures to be a big part of the offense. tyrell williams comes over from the chargers and has been working out with their car since early in the summer got together in offseason. >>i know in a camp in turn can so if i were good right now you know this is starting click on this is things will work on but i mean for day one of those good. >>we some of the new guys while talented come with some baggage, one of whom being richie incognito's the controversial part is ready to make an impression on greater nation for raider nation know that i'm excited to be a part of it they've been nothing but welcoming to all the readers organizations in great. the legacy of this organization and the history his deficit that's important to me and
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it's also you part of that i want them to know that a more about off to work hard every single day. and a thing i got his last ride so i got to give everything i got and hopefully that's all it's not a lot of all guns, but we all know training camp is a grind and the weather here in napa valley reminds us of that every minute a high of 97 degrees on saturday here at raiders camp but. >>the fans still showed up and showed out hundreds of fans here watching camp already to see the raiders suit up this season, but one player they are still waiting to see antonio brown star receiver, he is not playing right now he's on the non-football injury list but it is not believed to be a serious injury and he should only be out a couple weeks at the most jason dumas scrum for sports. all right jason, thanks a lot of us go ahead take a live look outside at sfo this morning, no fog and no delays dave has forecast coming up.
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another democratic lawmaker of color. this time he's taking aim and congressman elijah cummings of baltimore. the president tweeting that cummings district is quote far worse more dangerous than the u s mexico border, the president then went on to say that baltimore is quote a disgusting rat and rodent infested mess. those tweets came after the congressman, a slam the acting homeland security secretary over conditions at the border at a hearing earlier this month since the tweets were sent the hashtag we are baltimore became the number one trending topic on twitter as people came to the to the defense of congressman cummings and the city of baltimore. >>i guess everybody to 7 just above the assault, including me we're not going to ignore anyone. the grating moments in and as the victim he said know what. >>bay area, congresswoman and speaker of the house nancy pelosi responded to the president's comments tweeting quote rep com means as a champion in congress and the country for civil rights and
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economic justice. a beloved leader in baltimore and deeply valued colleague we all reject racist attacks against him and support his steadfast leadership. and then this morning, the president fired back at pelosi and san francisco, not reference seen anyt ing specific. he says it is quote failing badly and not even recognizable lately the president then added the democrats should stop with the quote witch hunt hoax and start focusing on our country. to the north bay this morning police and had a little more looking for a man who robbed the ups driver, the driver was unloading packages outside of of arise in store on kenilworth drive when 2 men pushed him and took off with several boxes, they drove off in a car heading southbound on highway one oh one. the thieves got away with a number of cell phones and watches. the driver was not hurt. in the east bay police in walnut creek and created a new outreach program for homeless in the area kron four's christina tape cho has more.
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>>months ago there are 2 existing wannacry police officers in charge of it and the city put out a statement saying over the past decade, they seen a steady increase in homelessness and over the past few years, it's raised a lot of concerns with the community currently they're taking anywhere from 2500 to 3,000 calls involving homelessness a year. the main goals building relationships with the homeless community connecting those who are living in homelessness with services working with residents and businesses to address homeless related issues. lower calls for service. all efforts to help develop long-term solutions to recurring problems. the city is seen. >>officers working closely with the woman becomes task force the trinity center mental health organizations and other city and county agencies with speaking with residents in the area this morning. all said similar things that homelessness though not playing the community has been a big issue ovtr the past few years and there needs to be a solution trends in activity. >>a lot of people sort walking
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around and handling that's to the freeway those sorts of things as a father of the young daughter goes to school very near to that area. it's a sometimes it's a little nerve wracking you know when you see a lot of folks just sort of transients walking so i think it's something that should be addressed. >>within the first month of the program this 2 officers have made about 200 contacts, 25 arrests and that provide services to about 90 people living in homelessness reporting in walnut creek christina teatro kron 4 news. >>a 67 year-old man was shot and killed ticket heidi it's the first murder in that small sonoma county town in 25 years. patrick leonard was found dead friday night on the floor of the garage at a home on robin avenue. police say that letter was involved in an ongoing dispute with his neighbor joseph rossi witnesses say they they were arguing outside just moments before the shooting rossi was arrested at the scene on suspicion of homicide after a gun was found at his home.
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there's a new alert system in the works to help warn people of a wildfire. it's a response to the to the deadly camp fire in paradise last year when there were so many people that didn't receive warnings to evacuate. jessica mensch takes a look at this new system. >>flames barreling toward for the shark's home for her only warning to evacuate we just saw from the ridge. an enormous amount of smoke, she's one of many neighbors who never got an emergency alert or cell phone letting her know the camp fire was coming. she left anyway, but many janet as hectic. something like that. 85 people died in the fire. butte county sheriff kory hony wants to make sure this never happens again. >>so your telephone networks can become clogged. you're so you could become damaged to go down. >>it's why his department is trying out a new weight war neighbors to get out. programming this special site
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running to every march deputy vehicles. >>our deputies to go through neighborhoods, sounding this very distinctive siren that would alert people to a problem. >>if you hear the site. it means your street is evacuated. i want to be very clear. >>this does not replace. the other mechanisms of notifying people we still need people. 2 foot sign up for code red, so they can get the emergency mass notification, we still need them to pay attention to our social media pages we still need them to pay attention to the traditional media. >>you know the siren there's no way to guarantee everyone will hear it. >>and for roads impassable deputies will be able to get into the neighborhoods to sound it. but sheriff tony says it's still worth a shot. >>we need to make an effort to message across multiple platforms because no single platform is going to do the trick. >>and neighbors like sharper all for any plan to get the word out faster so i think. >>everything that i can think of. >>well that was jessica mensch reporting now it cost the department roughly $3,000 to
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program this new siren into all of their vehicles. the department also looking into adding stationary sirens for the community as well. well there's a new video game that's aimed at lowering the number of deadly traffic accidents involving teenagers across the country kron four's has more on this simulation technology. >>don't want to crash. i want to get in that accident some really paranoid about that. >>penn each i might only be 14 but getting behind the wheel is already on her mind we play a lot of also. >>she's always kind of wanting to drive the car and she's always kind of wanted to do things before everyone else when her dad chris heard there was a video game that could help her get prepared. >>he didn't hesitate to try it out before you start not only of to. >>click to see pope. >>it's all about certain drivers it in the game. so i thought that was pretty cool. her spine driving essential to simply to allow interactive. >>teen driver training in your own house bob davis has been making large scale simulators for teenage driver since 2005.
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but he says creating one for x box and ps for gamers opens up a new option for teen driving preparedness be attention of the teen users because it's competitive. >>its immediate feedback and it's entertaining without being silly. the blast. >>this is see unlike always try and get the best score and i get upset when i don't. so think that will translate well and i'm on the road all try like. >>get more playing the game has 10 different lessons starting with the basics and then taking you through several different scenarios so that when it's time to get on the road you're more fully prepared. >>level that i'm on right now there is a par were here you have a phone it forces you to look at you can't see the road and goes back and forth that and it really shows you how much how distracted you are when you're on the phone. >>and that we're all sort of watching each other play while i'm driving a more conscious
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to end though there's no real replacement for behind the wheel experience the chide say the game is giving them peace of mind. yeah, this is then one of my biggest fears but. >>you know seeing all of these scenarios with the cell phones and the kids running out in the middle of the street in the different weather conditions and things like that which is hard to practice when you're actually in a car. so i think that it's a good supplement to actual driving practice and driver's education in alameda noel bellow kron 4 news. >>and for your health this morning more children are experiencing back pain by carrying those heavy backpacks there's an uptick in young patients who are now visiting orthopedic surgeons and chiropractors for their back pain. the first tip, the doctors have a is to make sure that your child is using both straps of the backpack also they say how the bag is packed can cause pain to be careful with that and doctors say children should carry no more than 10 to 20% of their body weight in their backpack. for a baseball star david ortiz has been released from the
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hospital in boston and comes more than a month after a gunman shot him in the back in dominican republic, while he was at a bar ortiz was flown to boston after undergoing surgery in the dominican republic. authorities there say that ortiz was not the intended target of that shooting several people have been arrested. prosecutors are hoping that hollywood can help them in roger stone's upcoming trial. they filed a request a request in court asking the judge for permission to show jurors a clip from the godfather part 2. that clip from the 1974 classic mob feet of film is the moment that mafia figure frankie pants lies to a senate subcommittee that w investigating organized crime. now according to the court filing stone referred to the movie while trying to convince an associate to stonewall a house committee's inquiry into the 2016 presidential election. stone is accused of lying to congress and witness tampering. a marine biologist
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in monterrey snapped a photo that has now gone viral and it features something you may have never seen before. felix cortes shows us. >>i get to see a crazy stuff never this. >>chase dekker marine biologists, a photographer for sanctuary cruises when he got this spectacular image, let's see light inside a humpback whale's mouth. >>there's a lot of people but never even seen a whale, the fact that they could see some so amazing something i've never seen in all my years of doing this is like my blind. >>sanctuary cruises out of moslehi was watching a part of humpbacks on a feeding frenzy when the freak act of nature happened. >>and i was hoping that the photo you know is looking behind the lands i was a kid i hope i got it and then i look i was just so static images captured the moment on the never see again. >>decker posted the picture on facebook for all to see and it's gone viral. but there are some internet naysayers that people keep saying well this is clearly fo chavez's killer clearly taken on a dock or somewhere else and the seal on to spend the whales now so get
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a lot of that humpback whales don't eat sea lions a crail playing them in small fish decker says are also hundreds of sea lions and the feeding frenzy and this unlucky see line didn't get out of the way quick enough when the humpback swam up to lunch feed when the whale went back down the sea lion swam off. >>i mean it may have a little ptsd may be a bit of up. but on us there's a lot worse things to worry about and all the sharks york is in the day. >>it's got a lot on its mind and you know being in wales, not for a few seconds. >>well i was felix cortez reporting decker by the way getting worldwide attention from that photograph in fact national geographic's interest writing interested in writing an article about that photo. take a shoreak. >>first we'll take a live look outside golden gate bridge, this time around because that no fog light traffic.
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>>welcome back to kron 4 morning news, good morning, everybody had a live shot coming in from u c berkeley in nice a shot of the east bay shoreline looking pretty good even off to the distance list little wispy fog left over bigger picture and stormtracker 4 not much going on the monsoon seems to be turned off or stopped at high pressure up in the some cloud collection there. but there's kind of an outline of a alloa little trough it's going to break the back of this latest heat spike not for today, the hot weather continues heat advisory firmly in place and that covers the east bay santa
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clara county also up the solano county in the north bay and covering lake county as well want to cool off a little bit oakland a's game today versus the rangers game time one o 7 it's earlier in the day today, so temperatures a little warmer upper 70's, variable winds may want to grab some ice cream or so that might help cool you off just a little bit. 4 zone forecast coming in like this 71 san francisco looks like the coast today. maybe shy of 70 with upper 60's more a prominent 67 going on for pacifica on the bay side it 70's burlingame make it up to about 80 and upper 80's to the south 89 palo alto redwood city, 8684 from mountain view. and the south bay about 90 for san jose looks like a 90 also cupertino 91 for milpitas and 96 for morgan hill mid-eighties control the east bay shoreline to the south 94 for pleasanton livermore 97 96 going on walnut creek along with danville 76 for berkeley and richmond at 77 up to the
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north bay we've got fairfield at 98 vacaville still hanging on to one oh 3 in the central valley is going to be quite toasty today aneesh about 87 83 for the 94 for sonoma and 95 santa rosa back to the 80's taba southern moran. in the seven-day forecast you can see how quickly we're retire these really hot temperatures into the 80's as we get a bit of an onshore flow with that little low and that's going to set the tone for the next week ahead still going to be some are like. but we're going to take the bite just left with the bark marty 108 day, >>well as we all know the bay area's a great launching pad for countless road trips and we're taking a live look right now at yosemite falls doesn't look so majestic well it's turning heads as always and our travel and business dana redmond joins us with a more on yosemite is and that's to that did that it's almost august and it's and it's running that wrong remember think way back to the winter. all of that rain all of that that accumulated this is this
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is it, let's show you some more pictures, yeah let's stop that's what you want to see it's just been a summer everybody's talking about now. this video was shot about the end of june so about a month a month ago. calls the a look at that so this is your 70 fall and they're just still going and nobody knows when they're going to stop that they've passed peak, according to the park rangers, the top 2. but they're still going yosemite fall all is just kind of that iconic fall stop for people when they visit the park and it's a really easy. i don't even if i call it a high could call it a watch more of a walk is not yet is so easy to get there. it's so easy to get half an hour, maybe an hour depending on how they tied us up take pictures that the bridge when you get there depending on the breed use depending on the flow and you might get a little wet. >>so please be forewarned most people don't seem to mind i don't think so especially in the summertime specially a especially in the summertime. >>now the mist trail is another popular trail to hike as well. the day i hiked
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they're getting what wasn't a possibility. it was a guarantee. there you go. it it was like a drenching rain but you're just happy to be out there this is when you don't mind ringing out those clothes and this is a harder hike. this will take you up to the top of vernal fall. i didn't count them. but i'm told 600 step steps but this is what you're in and what when this is one inspiring views. this is your motivation. it really is on inspiring to see that and that rainbow just kind of taps off talks about that absolutely and the earlier you can get going so this is pays to be a morning person. >>the less crash how's the less company you're going to have on the trail list take a less heat all of the above when you get to the to the top vernal fall. you have to take a break and dry off if you want if you're really inspired you can keep going up to nevada or you can just go down for more scenery and you're not can you are reading very top of vernal fall, absolutely and this is where you actually kind of get a chance to dry off. you if you're worried about. this is what this is
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what's waiting for you this summer and the best tip i can give to people getting in early and make use of that shuttle system to move around yosemite valley. ali that really is the best way to go isn't it absolutely is when you first get there might be a little overwhelming you don't quite know where to go you know that they'll get you there and they're all very friendly and nice now the one thing that i do recommend a lot of people spend their time in the valley. glacier point oh yeah that this 2 ways essentially to get there you can lace up your boots for a hard hike or get in the car. it's about a 45 minute to an hour drive. the scenery just is spectacular. well worth the field when we drove up there last fall i notice a lot of still a lot of the fire damage. >>absolutely and you will see that yet but that's part of the reason i think you go to the scenery is one thing that this is where you get the lay of the land, especially if you spent the day before or the morning in the valley when you're up here, you that's where we're at i was hiking, i
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know his sense of of the majesty of the part, but also a sense of where you been up. >>absolutely and you'll understand the park better and you know if you need a little motivation. ice cream up there in the summer it out just saying to and that this is that you know, i mean if you're gonna spend time in your car you've got this to look in the window that with aspect. getting a way to getting away from the valley has its perks a lot of people sick in the valley that's ok. this is probably one of the more known destinations that people will drive to your mariposa grove people don't get there they just they realize it's there this is down is because it's get the southern part of the park i think your bs i think that's probably at this a little bit further away from the valley, but all you have to do is go once and you'll go every trip after that about 500 or so giant mature sequoias and some of them are more famous us is that california does not go figure you now this is the california tunnel tree. but it's one of those again it's a
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hike but i call it more walk. there's a really easy out and back that very family friendly that you can do. there's also a loop trail if you want to do a little bit more again not exactly hard. this is the company are going to have. we went this way will leave and i would even say crash. but we thought we'd have it all the lot didn't have it ourselves, but i will complain about you know she didn't seem to things book seems about us either. so this is what you're going to get sunset first thing in the morning and highly recommended u n for another place to stay we all know how hard it is to camping reservations right auto camp has come to me this is one of kind of our favorite wine country glamping locations years all the air stream so you've got all these great soldiers shiny air there's luxury tents there some cabins to choose from as well. but this is about 45 minutes to an hour or outside of the valley says i seen him going you can spend a really long day and then come back. relax sleep. well, some pretty posh digs it's not on your finger. sometimes run. the
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heirs to started to a night to up and really not bad i mean you're going to pay more for a hotel in close to the value right and look at the sunset and you said this about 45 minutes to an hour about dana fantastic as always the show is the streets. so police at all of us have been yeah but but i interest here's another good reaoon like and we'll be right back. and we're back
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take a look at this a woman in florida. this gator. >>7 foot long gator in her pool. her name is cary kinney she says she heard an unfamiliar sound early yesterday morning she turned on her patio light and there it is staring right at her. a private trapper was called in gather up and catch the gator was taken to a farm and then released. and bring it bring it back home here to the bay area today to be open heart and soul festival kicks off this morning in the event of course features great food, some live music performers a whole lot more great chance to celebrate the creativity diversity of oakland and the east bay, a large number of artists local artist featuring the work there as well tickets for the festival are 12 bucks for adults and free for aone who's 18 and under.
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>>and it's not too late to sign up your childhood a little opera in san francisco. it's a great opportunity for students and offer writing and performing at the city's famous grace cathedral, to their resumds program teaches a every step of offer and also the mercks promotes diversity imagination and ambition of course little operate grace is a new partnership between the program and the church a top hill. it will host k through 8 students after school for 9 months, the program starts on september 9. >>well still remaining hot. my temperatures in the inland valleys in the upper 90's near about a 100 so that heat advisory in place. it really breaks as we get into monday very quickly when it dropped, i don't on the watch your step and it's going to stay that way for the whole week ahead of the hot weather by the way at the ballpark to open days temperatures holding the upper 70's because the game is a little bit earlier alright,
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yeah, we know heat like that are really to go for some ice cream. so i think ice cream i think i can help you with alec and yes, i'm going to be out there scoop iin ice cream floats light and so we get not the size combat ice cream floats ice ice cream float talking with their flow died. i can take care of you so look for at the ballpark, multi talented so that's how you can keep caught the ball going to see upper 70 people ice cream helps >>that's going to wrap things up for us what free at the ballpark every celebrate day we'll see you next weekend.
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