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>>very good sunday morning to you thanks for joining us on kron 4 news weekend. we're taking a live look outside a beautiful look at is from the embarcadero this morning. hi everybody i'm marty gonzales and her biggest ramseur with the forecast and we're going to have continue cooling. >>yes that's right. it's going to be a cool weekend. but look at clear was was beautifully be socked in fog us or we can see the sun up and how so it's going to be a much clearer day. but yes on the cooler side i got to say love that shot behind you. beautiful start to the day when you look at that. i love that yes you could see. we actually have the buildings that covered an awful lot of low clouds yesterday and fog but uh this
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morning, you're waking up to mostly clear conditions so this is a nice shot of the san francisco skyline you can see alcatraz nice and clear and the center of your scre n here so yes, we're waking up to a lot of sunshine a little bit of cloud cover but not as much as yesterday. and yes things are definitely going to be a cooler around the bay area. it's all because of this low pressure system that continues to build it's going to be sticking with us up for the next couple of days and that's why we're seeing much cooler conditions verses what we've seen over the last couple of weeks is a matter of fact versus a yesterday at this time look at this we're cold the colder actually a pretty much everywhere look at that and 8 degree difference if you're waking up with us and that for right now fairfield you're at a 7 degree difference versus this time yesterday. close to the same but a few degrees difference if you are in mount view and of course in san jose with a 5 degree difference so much cooler you're going to feel it as you make your way out of the house this morning so definitely grab that jacket grab that sweater. we're in the low 50's in santa rosa, 58 in san francisco and then
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we're looking at a lot of low 60's around the bay, but what set this afternoon going to look like in your neighborhood. i'll have that coming up in just a bit marty. >>sounds good. rebecca, thanks. a lot. we're taking a live look outside at sfo this morning, them because a key runway at sfo remains close. it's going to be closed for nearly a month. so right now you should know that there are 4 hour delays at sfo this morning. that's because crews are fixing some of the wear and tear problems on the runway. now this closure of course causing some headaches for travelers on saturday and kron four's christine that hate row we'll break down the $16 million project she has a live report from sfo coming up beginning at 8 this morning but keep in mind for our delays right now. all right, let's go to the north bay this morning where mill valley police are searching for a man who robbed a bank and got away on a mountain bike. it happened saturday morning at the wells fargo on miller avenue. take a look at the suspect's photo taken by surveillance cameras police
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say that and showed the teller a note demanding money. he's described as an asian man between 30 to 40 years of age standing about 5 foot 5 inches tall weighing about a 130 pounds as you can see at the time he was wearing a a san francisco giants camp also a black windbreaker type of jacket and blacks and the sunglasses and he rode off on a red mountain bike. little police arrested an armed felon saturday who they say was on the run after assaulting a woman. police say that the a called police the victim called police to say that she had been kidnapped and raped at gunpoint a neighborhood was on lockdown while police search for the suspect. they eventually found and arrested 41 year-old thai nail coal of oakland neighbors were then allowed to return to their homes. in the south bay, san jose police launched a new program that ryan in prostitution and human trafficking in their city. it allows people to report suspects who to solicit 6
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workers. the report john program is on the web department's website. it's a very simple online form that allows people to report potential johns and provide information including photos or license plate data. officials say the program is a major step forward in a part of a larger effort to improve the city's response to all forms of violence against women. happening now new information about a fire that's burning in lake county near kelsey ville near highways with 29 one 75 and coal key can coal creek road. right now 53 acres have burned the fire is though a 50% contained this morning, cal fire still investigating the cause an evacuation order is in effect for those people who are living close to where the fire is burning. and new this morning in the south bay all lanes of northbound 6.80 are reopened following a crash that killed a pedestrian last night. it happened south of the key road in san jose. before the crash. authorities received a call about a person who was walking on the right
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hand shoulder against traffic. police are still investigating. one man surveillance camera captured the video that high speed crash. the cajun the front of his neighbor's house and that was only the beginning of a drama that unfolded the driver also crashed into another car, people and animals were injured, but we don't know how badly. people in both cars were sent to the hospital and it turns out the driver was being chased by someone in a red camaro police called it a domestic situation. the driver of the camaro then pulled the person out of the car and started punching them. police later arrested that man. happening today, a free event in sonoma to help people prepare for disaster. it will include emergency preparedness demonstrations also tips from first responders and health professionals, they'll also be some free emergency kits available and that runs from 10 this morning till 3 o'clock this afternoon at the sonoma
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county fairgrounds. hundreds of people in san francisco, including mayor london breed came together for a sold out homelessness fund raising event on saturday night. it was titled project by project and it's the 10th annual of and were nearly 40 top rated bay area restaurants and popular mixologists also donated their talent on behalf of local nonprofits all to help the homeless. there was also silent auction as well now all the proceeds this year will fight homelessness and the asian pacific islander community. and coming up on kron 4 news weekend a warning from a local activist group after thieves were caught on camera stealing their belongings. plus federal lawmakers meet to find out if president trump's words and ties anti immigrant violence across the country. and the search and rescue effort
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continues after hurricane dorian slammed the bahamas. now humanitarian aid is pourin good morning
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welcome back to kron 4 news weekend, millions of americans were each day about where they will find their next meal. there's a new report to see just how federal and state governments can try to reduce food and security for those people just the has more. >>the report revealed a first for the country and more than
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a decade. but experts say we still have a long way to go. we're finally at pre-recession levels of food insecurity in the united states. the us department of agriculture says for the first time since the great recession in 2008. >>fewer americans are worrying about where to get their next meal. jane adams, a senior policy analyst for bread for the world attributed the good news to the growing job market when more people are working they have more income which means that they can afford to put food on the table but adam stresses the 11% of families that are still food and secure amounts to 37 million people for some places and people that are still really struggling. it's as if they never got out of the recession. the usda report from the hungriest americans aren't african american and hounoholds, particularly in the south and rural communities. adam says that's because these areas also have high levels of concentrated poverty and with little access to jobs have been stuck in the same cycle for decades people aren't getting the incomes they need to be able to survive now is talk of another recession, looms, adam says congress should continue to fund federal housing and nutrition
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assistance programs and states should focus on creating jobs in the areas that need them most according to the report, mississippi ranks the second highest in food and security with 16% compared to the national average of 11% in washington just eaten or. >>and for your health this morning after a long tough day you might want to head to bed as soon as you get the chance. but experts say there are 5 things you shouldn't save until the next morning mandy gaither has more on that in today's health minute. >>we all have a nighttime routine, but doctor barbara joy jones of northside hospital burnett says the first thing you should do before sleeping it's nice to just shower and get rid of the day that the pollutants get the germs off of your body. >>and turn to your bed, nice and clean. >>while washing off go ahead and shave to joan sets. if you cut yourself. >>while you're shaving then you have overnight for your body to repair and heal the
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skin, the next tip, a little more obvious but still important nurture your skin nighttime you want to put on a very heavy moisturizer. >>so replete what was in that created from your skin during the daytime journaling can also help get 2 good sleep. you can actually clear your emotions by writing down your motions writing down your thoughts and have a clear mind before you go to bed. >>so you have a better night's rest. >>finally take a probiotic before bed so if you take it at that time with water. >>you have all night for the bacteria to get through into the intestines and your gut and find a little credit for its home jones says all of this can help set you up for a successful next day for today's health minute. i'm mandy gaither. >>grab that jacket this morning or this letter before making your way out the door it is definitely colder start to the morning today we're seeing 50's to low 60's around the bay area. afternoon in store. a lot have your full forecast coming up after the forecast coming up after the break. stomach: grrrr... she's not your boss. i'm your boss ohh donuts
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what are your goals? >>absolutely okay, i think that about does it growl-proof your mornings. frosted mini wheats. one bowl and you're good till lunch.
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>>1000 lightning strikes recorded in western washington state last night, seattle had its own show with more than 200 lightning strikes in just one hour. the spectacle also left many residents in the dark for a time as the city reported a large number of power outages. this wild storm also affected us sports fans who are waiting for the game a again university washington against u c berkeley last night it was delayed because of all that can blame them one
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been found was something well we'll bring it back home here a lot calmer around the bay area we like it that way definitely and a lot. >>cooler yeah, no 90's, no triple digits, so distant memory right now it's coming up. >>it's going to feel more like fall which has been that really has to deal with the cooler a weekend in store. and not get too hot. which is really nice to enjoy the weekend if you can't outdoors this is a gorgeous shot from our sutro tower camera and san francisco up you can see a little bit of clouds but really we're seeing a whole lot of sunshine and clear conditions at this early hour. for the sunday morning. so beautiful start to weigh your day definitely want to head outside again if you can because it's going to be really nice not too hot and not too cold. visibility 're looking a lot better than where we were at this time yesterday. we do have some cloud cover for summer east bay hills and of course the long summer coastal spots but again it's a very clear pretty much everywhere else, especially through wine country. a lot of the north bay we're seeing a clear
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conditions and we're going to see it through most of the day today as well, but you up cooler that's all because of this low pressure system that work continues to build around the bay area it's going to be with us over the next couple of days, keeping just nice and pleasant for us nice and comfortable first of all the hot temperatures that we've been seeing over the last couple of weeks out the door, though it's a little bit on the chilly side we're tracking 51 in santa rosa right now 48. if you're waking up with us in napa low 60's a nevada we're looking at to upper 50's along the coast in san francisco. around our base said communities low 60's, 56 degrees in livermore right now downtown san jose. you're currently at 57. but yes things are going to get a little bit on the warmer side but not too hot. it's going to be 70 in san francisco. so a couple of degrees higher than yesterday but mostly clear conditions going to be beautiful in the city, oakland you're going to get 73 with a whole lot of sunshine to enjoy and then slow clearing in san jose but we will see some there as well that's going to be one of our warmer spots
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today coming in with a high at 78 degrees. now this cool weather isn't going to last forever we are going to see it through the next couple of days throughout tuesday until a warming trend is going to hit the bay area starting. the middle of next week and then things are going to get hot once again as we go into a next weekend. marty. >>says. >>well that was wide receiver antonio brown's reaction to being released by the raiders just hours after that brown signed a one year deal to join the new england patriots now this new contract that he signed includes a million signing bonus and also has the potential to hit million for the season. kron forcefully call reports from the raiders headquarters in alameda. we're coaches and players addressed the end of the ab era.
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>>in the end former all pro wide receiver and likely future hall of famer antonio brown never plays it down for the oakland raiders his offseason with the team was chaotic to say the least but it was reportedly the fines levied against him by the team because of conduct detrimental to the team effectively voiding the financial guarantees in his contract that was the final straw for brown earlier in the morning he made his desire to be released from the team public on social media. shortly after the raiders announced that they had let him go we tried every way possible to make it work and all i'm going to say >>you know it's disappointing i'm really proud really proud of our players, our coaches our front office we did everything wcould to make this work you know sorry did i apologize, but i ll tell you i'm very proud of what we did is an organization that right and i wish antonio nothing but the best sorry we never got a chance to see in the silver
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and black practice at raiders headquarters in alameda went on as planned saturday morning quarterback derek carr and his receiving corps have to move on. >>relying on veterans dwayne harris, changing nelson and rookie hunter renfroe to carry t load of the team get better or worse today. it's a good obviously has a great player and someone that we wish we could have because he is one of the best out so we're going to miss him but uh i says that's kind of how quickly things have changed from being made the high-speed receiver in the league, the showing up to training camp with frostbitten feet and filing multiple grievances with the league over his helmet brown was never able to overcome the disagreements he had with raiders general manager mike mayock it also appears that his apology to the team on friday. it was all for not we have 53 players here and we're really excited to play. sorry but it's enough and that in alameda fleetwood all kron 4 news. and coming up
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more reaction from the antonio brow
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>>all right we start off sports with news that seemed inevitable after last night's shenanigans the oakland raiders have released wide receiver antonio brown and he already tweeted a picture of him wearing the 84 jersey that is photo shopped at a patriots
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jersey he's going to new england. hours after brown was released it was announced that a bee agreed to a one-year $15 million deal with the new england patriots. earlier this morning. brown took to instagram to basically say that he wanted out. and the raiders him that wish brown's deal with the patriots includes a million signing bonus with $10 million guaranteed brownstein with the raiders lasted about 6 months and ended before he could even play in week one with the silver and black head coach jon gruden gave his thoughts on a bae's release. >>we just have exhausted everything we tried every way possible to make it work and all i'm going to say you know it's disappointing i'm really proud really proud of our players, our coaches our office we did everything we could to make this work you sorry did i apologize, but i will tell you i'm very proud of what we did is an organization that right and i
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wish antonio nothing but the best sorry we never got a chance to see in the silver and black very disappointing. in my career as a coach i really look forward to coaching him it is not going to happen. >>that happened let's go over now to the college ranks and the stanford cardinal taking on the u s c trojans 2nd quarter. 2017 heading into halftime kade on us so bus find ground. he's in there for the 7 yard touchdown extra point is good usc goes out in front and they now lead, 24 to 20 stanford far calls to usc 45 20 that's the final stanford takes and you see us up nights next saturday. alright baseball time now the comes back from the second wild-card spot facing the rival dodgers in l a. >>tyler bda them out today for the orange and black top of the first no score bases loaded for kevin people are breaks his bat and grounds out
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to justin turner, a 3rd frozen out. it did with an rbi groundout giants take an early one nothing lead, we'll go now to the bottom of the 3rd same score bt gets turner swinging. see breaking ball be struck out 5 in 5 shutout. innings what a game for be the bottom of the 9th now dodgers have the time. and she came her now and as grounds one to serve. and that's the ballgame giants shut out the dodgers won nothing you're fine. is so career win number 1009 195 for bruce bocce giants looking for that sweep tomorrow center field over to the coliseum in a is taking on the detroit tigers game 2 of the streeting bottom of the 4th is leading 3 to and marcus indian drives one to center field carrying her. 2 runs will come in to
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score simeon and a 3rd was a triple a's. now we fight to bottom of the 6 a's. bases loaded from adelson who rips one into right field for a they said oh there are 2 runs will come in to score here. and i'm leaving 9, 2, they would go on to defeat the tigers 10 to that stuff and all is now look to take the series tomorrow. and sharks captain joe thornton signed a one year million deal with the san jose sharks the 21 seasons under his belt. world said you know what it's just not time yet to hang up my skates last season thorton reported 16 goals and 35 assists in 73 games played. where this year. he also. gordie howe for 9th place the end all time assists.
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>>alright justine thanks a lot, let's go and take a live look outside picture, perfect view golden gate bridge, looking beautiful in the sunshine. rebecca will be along with the forecast when
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good morning, welcome at kron 4 news weekend love in his view from a sutro cam this morning see a little bit of everything a little bit a low lying clouds, plenty of sunshine, some blue sky. we got it all here to sort it out his or because trump. >>it's going to be a few degrees on the warmer side
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going to be a cool weekend overall been mild, it's been really nice yeah it's going to be another comfortable day. really around the bay it could be beautiful lots of 70's, show a right and yesterday the shot actually showed us a whole lot of clouds but today it's nice and clear as a terror reconfigures there. but yes, a whole lot of sunshine blue conditions up for yourself at that we're seeing in downtown san jose today. but yes, it's definitely a cold or weekend overall all a cooler weekend. i should say and it's all because of from the we're seeing this low pressure system and that's what's keeping us cool. it's going to be up to about tuesday for the next couple of days. it's going to be a like this and oh we're definitely waking up to cooler temperatures as well versus this time yesterday look at this a 9 degree difference in napa if you're just now waking up with us versus this time yesterday about a degree cooler and oakland a couple in hayward 5 degree difference though in downtown san jose and we're looking at 4 and nevado and 3 in santa rosa, so pretty much overall we're
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definitely on a cooler notice starting off and so you're definitely going to want to have the jackets the sweaters on this morning because currently 48 degrees in napa 62 right now in novato looking at low 60's around summer bayside communities like hayward in oakland further inland livermore you're at 56 degrees, san jose at 57 and we're looking at upper 50's for summer coastal spots as well. yes things will change and they'll be a few degrees warmer in some areas, but still relatively a really nice just comfortable day. but if you are further inland. that's where we're going to see some of those warmer temperatures like in concord you're expected to get a high of 85, that's a probably our warmest spot across the bay area today, 80 degrees expected in livermore but look at this low 70's along the bay 73 for oakland for the high as 74 in hayward we're looking at 78 degrees in downtown san jose mourinho one of our toasters spots at 80 and then we're looking at 70 right here in san francisco, upper 60's for half moon bay, and some low
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80's across the north but yes of this cooling trend will be lasting for the next couple of days, pretty much around the bay and up the coast and then we're going to start to see a warming trend kick back up the middle of next week and then it's going to be really hot, especially inland. those 90's are set to return for friday and saturday. now back to the news. >>thanks a lot. a well known lgbtq community group is now looking for help in spreading awareness about their rental truck it was stolen and was filled with valuables and was taken the group is known as the premier camp they were at burning man and they were returned home to san francisco from that popular festival when the theft happened. well now they're trying to warn others and hoping to get their belongings back kron four's dan thorn has more. a fun weekend at the burning man festival is ruined where an lgbtq camp. >>returns home to san francisco this surveillance video shows their 26 foot rental truck filled with an important personal items being
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driven away. >>first those and in disbelief and then i started crying because i knew that it's. >>the truck was stolen morgan is a member of the glam cox. she says they parked the rental truck on 26th in indiana monday night. and the next morning everything was gone the group's campers losing tense clothing costumes and years of hard work. morgan says it said this happened to an lgbtq group that's already been marginalized frankly. >>the retail value of what these people stall. it's not pales in comparison to that. the sentimental value of what what baseball. >>the group says the rental company has not been helping out and so far this video is all they have of the thief taking off with their things tom see go was shocked that someone had the audacity to steal an entire truck, but what really bothers him is
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that what was taken is mostly personal. >>it's tough that literally will have no value to anyone else see go says that he wants people to be aware of this crime. >>because other trucks could be targeted. >>we need to know that this crime exists and that we need to stand up as a community not just burning man not just lgbt to this is san francisco. this our community and if we don't want this and we need to do something about it. >>reporting in san francisco. dan thorn. kron 4 news. a man living in the sand cove apartments on shell boulevard in foster city home to find his door wide open in someone was inside robbing his house of the time. >>told the man to leave and was still inside when police arrived officers ordered the burglar to come out and they arrested brent mcdonald from san francisco. police say the suspect had several items of the victim's property in along with a concealed knife.
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mcdonald also had 2 warrants from the san francisco sheriff's office for weapons possession and battery. national news this morning president trump says he canceled a secret meeting with the president of afghanistan and the taliban. the president tweeted saturday that they were set to have the leaders of the taliban in camp david today. but the president said he scrapped the meeting after the taliban took responsibility for an attack that killed 12 people including a us soldier news of the meeting is raising eyebrows with those on both sides of political aisle, saying that it would have been unprecedented to have invited members of the terrorist organization that harbored osama bin laden in the us just days before the anniversary of 9.11. coming up on kron 4 news weekend federal lawmakers meet to find out of president trump's words and ties and time or gun violence across
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federal lawmakers met to discuss whether president trump's words are encouraging violence against immigrants. the el paso walmart shooter who murdered 22 people and injured dozens more made it clear that he wanted to kill mexicans who are quote invaded america invading america. lawmakers say that that language echoed some of president trump's speeches about immigration. and a warning key has more. >>welcome to the safe and secure u s mexico border democratic congresswoman veronica escobar says there's no better place to talk about
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domestic terrism aimed at immigrants, then her home town of el paso a place that has had to endure a target painted on our backs because of anti immigrant rhetoric escobar says president trump's words are hurtful he's called immigrants animals and the rhetoric has only escalated over time and she says those words have inspired heat full actions like the murders of 22 people at the nearby el paso walmart a terrorist confessed that he came to el paso to quote target mexicans and immigrants i went to what one of the sources of his ideas were new york democrat jerry nadler says the president anti immigrant rhetoric has turned into anti immigrant policies puts the safety of immigrant communities. >>and those who are perceived as immigrants and even greater risk. >>notably absent from friday's hearing were republicans. the hearing was not an official committee event nor was attendance mandatory and i have great respect for my republican colleagues but i
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wish they had come texas democrat sheila jackson lee says her republican colleagues were invited to the hearing but declined it is not a partisan issue that we're discussing here it is to protect american citizens. republicans will get a chance to make their voices heard next week when congress returns to the capital from its summer recess in washington, i'm anna warning key. >>and still ahead on kron 4 news weekend. the cdc is warning everyone not to use the cigarettes we're going to hear from a teena delicious high-fiber raisin bran.
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we're back on kron 4 news weekend look at this view from sutro camera back in this beautiful on. >>it's right comfy yeah may have all the sunshine. yeah, a little bit of cloud so sure pressure all keeping his cool rain, it's helping. >>a lot of folks after what we've had earlier this month, the 90's triple degree temperatures in this is feeling pretty good. we appreciate this know yet start to feel more like fall. and we can know that we're going to be seeing. a few spots are going to be a little bit warmer just a couple of degrees but uh. >>it's still going to be a nice comfortable day around the bay area. beautiful so definitely take advantage. but outside if you can and speaking about side. this is our a camera overlooking berkeley right now it's on the east bay hills there nice shot it was really socked in by the fog yesterday at this hour but not the case today we're seeing a lot of blue skies and
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a whole lot of sunshine to enjoy. temperature wise. break it down in your neighborhood on what you can expect to later on this afternoon. if you're going to be in san francisco, the marina district will be at 62 high of 70 though in the downtown area. the mission district 71 we're seeing some 60's at the coast, half moon bay. you're going to be a high of 67 with a lot of sunshine to enjoy and then we're seeing more 70's as we get into millbrae upper 70's and burlingame for the afternoon highs and 78 degrees in redwd city a little bit host year though in woodside 83 for the high there 77 in mountain view and then across your entire south the region upper 70's to low 80's, los gatos and morgan hill both at 80 degrees downtown san jose, he'll be at a high of 78 for the afternoon. it's going to be nice though for a bayside communities we're going to be mostly in the low to mid 70's like in fremont 76, 73 in union city but then up and over the east bay hills, it's
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a in the 80's the low 80's though pleasanton and we're checking out says 71 in berkeley today, 73 if you're going to be in downtown oakland. a little bit host here in concord at 85 degrees 80's continue in vacaville and fairfield if you're going to be heading over towards napa that's going to be a high of 81 yon bill you're going to be at 84. and the 80's continue in the north bay low 80's, though santa rose 81 82 in petaluma but a really nice to point rays today, it's 75 degrees with a whole lot of sunshine to enjoy him, you're 70 around the bay forecast. yes, a little bit cooler over the next few days but them we're going to see heating trend a kick in around wednesday. and things are going to be really hot inland friday saturday. as those low 90's are going to return once again marty. >>all right rebecca, thanks a lot that's in the news this morning, the cdc is warning the public not to use the cigarettes as it scrambles to fight the cause of a chronic lung disease that's linked to vaping one student in colorado
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was the first patient to be diagnosed with a rare illness that's connected to vaping and now she's speaking out in hopes to convince other teens to stop using e cigarettes. dylan thomas has her story. now it's a story piper johnson is lucky enough to be alive to like a house near trendy rash and they were super against it so it was like no question like not allowed in our house and i continue to disobey them. for more than 2 years a pack of cars a week piper ignored her parents warnings its its average for like ice cooler it was so easy to hide a beating behind their backs laughing at something like awe that couldn't be needs and
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then it late last month the johnsons packed up her belongings and headed west to the university of northern colorado. but on the way it hurt to take really deep breath, i knew something was wrong piper fell ill. i was a 100% convinced qaeda is white a visit to an urgent care would reveal much much more that's pretty much try it all hit the fan piper was rushed to the i see you i was terrified diagnosed with set in in severe lung illness due to vaping a sickness so new it doesn't even have a formal name, sitting in her hospital bed. it hit her. >>so my god all the stuff that i've been doing like the past 2 years that i thought was completely harmless has silently been killing piper was lucky enough to catch it early and receive treatment. >>but with so many teams hooked on vaping it's killing people she fears the illness one day soon won't be so rare. >>it's not worth it and it's not worth the risk and it's not worse. you know senior parents cry as you're in the hospital bed.
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>>well as dylan thomas reporting so far 450 people across the country have been hospitalized with this very mysterious illness. and 5 of them have died. a school in alabama is taking a unique approach to stopping teenagers from vaping and smoking in the bathrooms at school. they're removing the stall doors and so of the boys bathrooms the principal of the school says every day some students will sneak off to a bathroom to vape he says 2 weeks ago one student was found passed out in a stall. the decision to remove the stalls is causing quite a stir with some parents one of them says it's simply too drastic. >>may is apparent partially i think that's. >>they take their only private place on the school that they conduct their business. >>well the parents said a better solution would be to have an adult in the hallway or in the bathroom to make sure that no one's vaping principal is added that the
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door removals could be temporary as they work to figure out another solution. a group of artists are honoring 2 fallen california officers in a very colorful way. they put their talents to work at the annual chalking up festival going on in midtown sacramento. olivia digiorno has the story. >>there is artists of all ages artists of all levels it's day 3 of the chalk it up art festival in miown and organizers say it will be their busiest day of the weekend over the course of 3 days when about 50 to 60,000 people come through the free event offers alive are demonstrations music food and vendor booths and proceeds are put back into the community through local art grants, teachers will apply for the mini grants or any our project in the community. hundreds of local artists have spent the entire weekend to transforming the sidewalk around fremont park into a colorful checkerboard of chalk art but there were 2 squares that really stand out from the rest
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week. >>came out today i came out with my family too. to i knew it was going to be here. and it's amazing. >>the davis police officers association sponsored these 2 squares right next to each other to honor officers natalie corona and tara o'sullivan, 2 young women who died in the line of duty earlier this year. we talked with one davis police officer who stopped by to see the art in person. >>for me to see you know it's really service that these the 2 women gave to the communities to their respective communities and departments and give it their all and it's really special soon are honored in this way. it's beautiful. >>the tributes making not just this officer emotional. but many of the festival attendees who passed by to bring some actual life for people and make it a remember that they are they were young gorgeous obviously you know committed
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young women that were part of our community and they were alive and they did so much for us in our is live in it's created in its vibrant and so were they. >>in midtown olivia de janeiro. >>and that's going to take you outside for a live look at conditions at sfo this morning just a reminder for our delays right now at sfo will be right back.
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>>well i was a clip from lifetime networks trailer for its movie the college admissions scandal. the film inspired by real life bribery investigation that rocked hollywood along with several major universities. neither of the lead characters are named after felicity huffman and lori locker and players of this scandal. they are described as 2 moms who share an obsession with getting their teenagers into the best possible college. the college admissions scandal premieres next month on lifetime. and it's been some 40 years since sony released the walkman to celebrate the anniversary the company will be releasing a brand new version, the annual and anniversary edition doesn't actually play cassettes but screensaver a and south case make it look like it does it's an android powered music player that stores up to 16 gigabytes of music. it's the new retro version that's a limited release it will sell for about $500. in china more than 260
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teams competed in the first wife championship for china, the guns as required mental leap over way to water dodge obstacles all while carrying a female team mate who had have a minimum wage of 108 pounds. the they say is meant to help build trust and teamwork between the part. a 73 year-old woman from india is now a brand new mom she gave birth to twin girls last weekend 73 years old the dad is 80 years old. the proud parents are farmers and say they've always wanted children but it just never happened for them until now. doctors agreed to ivf a and it was a success on the very first try that when girls were delivered via c section on thursday that ended 9 long months of bed rest for mom. rebecca.
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>>temperatures outside pretty cool out there you're going to be long sleeves to get you buy over the next couple of hours. a cooler in store but some warm spots, especially inland. i'll have your complete forecast coming does your battery deliver extra life or extra power? extra life. extra power. extra life. extra power. good news, vs. coppertop, new duracell optimum delivers extra life in some devices. or extra power in others. ♪
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>>very good sunday morning to you thanks a lot for joining us this morning in kron 4 news
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weekend. we're taking a live look outside plenty of sunshine in the water from san francisco and we're loving it, everybody i'm martin gonzalez, a here with the forecast we're looking morning yesterday were. >>really socked in was lot of grey skies that already sunshine and hear the golden gate bridge just fantastic looks like postcard right it does we're going to see a lot of sunshine around the bay area today marty but it's still going to be relatively cool for the most part. 80's in to get too hot. best of both right exactly not too hot not too cold just right in between right where you like it will feel like the 70's i should say and some low 80's as well. but out the door right now the sarra sutro tower camera look at this. yes we're seeing a little bit of cloud cover but you can definitely see all the sunshine and the shot right here and we're seeing sunshine pretty much shut throughout the entire bay area visibility. quite nice except for summer coastal spots, summer east bay hills we're still seeing some of that cloud cover but really it's going to be a mostly clear conditions as we get closer to
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the noontime hour and it's going to be that way for most of the day today. but yes, a cooler weekend that we're seeing versus what we've seen over the last couple of weeks that's for sure and it's all because of this low pressure system the continues to build them we're going to stick see it over the next few days around the bay area as well. temperatures starting off a much cooler than where we were at this time yesterday a few degrees cooler in napa the same and half moon bay, but who you can see very widespread just a couple of degrees on average. no matter where you're waking up with us said this morning. so temperatures out there, yes, you're going to be the long sleeves were in the upper 50's for santa rosa low 60's, owen nevado upper 50's along the coast in san francisco, some low 60's around the bay. let you know exactly what it's going to be like in your neighborhood for the afternoon highs. coming up a little bit later marty all right rebecca, thanks a lot of us get to the news this morning, let's take a live look outside of conditions at sfo this morning. that's because a key runway at sfo.
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>>close will be closed for nearly a month and it's causing some issues are right now for instance, there are 4 hour delays at sfo because that runways closed kron four's chrissy that hatred joins me live now this morning with more on the $16 million project. i'm christina good morning. >>well good morning and let me tell you right here i am at terminal 2 here in the arrivals area and luckily as you can see traffic hasn't really picked up yet not a flight not a lot of flight here on the sunday morning inbound quite yet though we know a lot of people are going to be coming home from a weekend away. so expect a ton of delays in this area as marty mentioned expect to up to about 4 hours of delays today. so whetheyou're flying in and out of san francisco airport for you're picking someone up or dropping them off. no there's also going to be a lot of traffic associated with that the make sure to go ahead and check each individual flight the you have to make sure it won't be impacted greatly now for about
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20 days, the runway is going to be close because they're do adding a new face it's being built. along the almost 2000 foot this stretch to where it needs the intersection of another runway. so at so time throughout these next 20 days actually 2 of the runways may be closed at one time so continue to check update each day. especially here on kron 4 we're going to make sure we keep you guys updated on those another project is expected to end on friday september 27. and you know as marty mentioned it's going to be costing about 16.2 million dollars but yesterday marked the very first day of all of this construction and it was actually quite a busy one. according to one of the airport managers there were 200 and 44 flights that were delayed. a 103 flights. they're out here the month of september make sure that you guys are checking your fight each and every day for coming in and out of go. in the next like it we're going to have some information from one of the airport managers for you
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so you have any questions, we'll make sure. reporting live here in san francisco christina tate wrote. >>all right christina thanks a lot for that report will look forward to your next update coming up in about an hour. let's go to the north bay this morning where merrill mill valley police are searching for a man who robbed a bank and then got away on a mountain bike. it happened saturday morning at the wells fargo branch on miller avenue, here's the suspect's photo that was taken by surveillance cameras. police say the man showed the teller a note demanding money he's described as an asian man between 30 to 40 years of age standing about 5 foot 5 inches tall weighing about a 130 pounds he was wearing a giants cap at the time also a black windbreaker and black sunglasses and again he wrote off on a red mountain bike. loyal police arrested an armed felon saturday who they say was on the run after assaulting a woman. police tell the us to say that the victim and called police to
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say that she had been kidnapped and raped at gunpoint a neighbor was a neighborhood was on lockdown as police search for the suspect and they eventually found and arrested 41 year-old time l cole of oakland neighbors were then allowed to return to their homes. in the south bay, san jose police have launched a new program to try and prostitution and human trafficking. it also allows people to report suspects who solicits x workers. the report john program is on the department's website and it's a simple online form that allows people to report potential johns and provide information including photos or license plate numbers. officials say the program is a major first step towards a part of a larger effort to improve the city's response to all forms of violence against women. happening now there's new information this morning about a fire that's burning in lake county near kelsey bill. it's near highways 29 1.75 and coal creek road. right now 53 acres have burned but the fire
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is 50% contained this morning, cal fire still investigating the cause. an investigation order evacuation order rather is in effect for those who live close to where the fire is burning. also new this morning all southbound lanes of northbound 6.80 are reopened following a crash in the south bay that killed a pedestrian last night. it happened south of mckee road in san jose. before the crash. authorities received a call about a person who was walking on the right hand shoulder against traffic. police still investigating that incident. while one man surveillance camera captured video of that high speed crash. that caved in the front of his neighbor's home and that's only the beginning of a drama that unfolded. the driver also crashed into another people and animals were injured. we don't know how badly but people in both cars were sent to the hospital turns out the driver was being chased by someone in a red camaro police
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called it a domestic situation. the driver of the camaro then pulled the person out of the car and started punching them. police later arrested that man. and happening today a free event in sonoma to help prepare people for a disaster. it will include emergency preparedness demonstrations along with tips from first responders and health professionals, there'll also breezy of the fruit of free emergency kits available for everyone, it runs from 10 to 3 afternoon at the sonoma county fairgrounds. and coming up on kron 4 news weekend, a warning from local because group activists group who at the seams were caught on
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millions of americans were each day about where they're going to find their next meal and there's a new report to suggest how federal and state governments can try to reduce this food insecurity. jesse at her know has more. >>the report revealed a first for the country and more than a decade. but experts say we still have a long way to go. we're finally at pre-recession levels of food insecurity in the united states. the us department of agriculture says for the first time since the great recession in 2008. >>fewer americans are worrying about where to get their next meal. jane adams, a senior policy analyst for bread for the world attributed the good news to the growing job market when more people are working they have re income which means that they can afford to
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put food on their table but adam stresses the 11% of families that are still food and secure amounts to 37 million people for some places and people that are still really struggling. it's as if they never got out of the recession. the usda report on the hungriest americans earn african-american and latino households, particularly in the south and rural communities. adam says that's because these areas also have high levels of concentrated poverty and with little access to jobs have been stuck in the same cycle for decades people aren't getting the incomes they need to be able to survive now is talk of another recession, looms, adam says congress should continue to fund federal housing and nutrition assistance programs and states should focus on creating jobs in the areas that need them most according to the report, mississippi ranks the second highest in food and security with 16% compared to the national average of 11% in washington just eaten or. >>well taking a look at current temperatures outside right now are mostly in the 50's and 60's low 60's around
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four patties? well, tickle my elbow! no thank you. try my really big chicken sandwich combos. starting at $4.99. >>good morning, we're back on kron 4 news weekend taking a live look outside this from sutro cam this morning and we're seeing rebecca most of the clouds are burning off that's right and a whole lot of sunshine or we were socked in yesterday. >>today, not the case is a beautiful start to your day,
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especially it being so early normally we see karl the fog stick around. but hey the golden gate bridge is that here. to enjoy and look at this is another shot of the san francisco skyline or you can see all the sunshine and it'nice a clear you can see alcatraz there in the middle of your screen, the bay bridge even on the left-hand side. it's just a beautiful day it's going to be that way around the bay area today, a few degrees warmer in some spots, but overall it's definitely going to be a cooler weekend than what we've been seeing current conditions outside right now we're seeing mostly upper 50's to low 60's around the board. so just grab that sweater or jacket before a heading out of the door. so far this morning. afternoon highs look like this though let's break it down neighborhood by neighborhood the marina district you're going to be a high of 62 today, 70 though in downtown san francisco with a lot of sunshine. we're seeing 60's continue at the coast 60 formentera half moon bay you're at 67 for the afternoon high millbrae 74. but a little bit warmer in burlingame with
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a high of 77, we're seeing upper 70's through san carlos in redwood city, 83 degrees a little bit how warmer and the woodside area. here's south bay zone looks like this the upper 70's to low 80's. morgan hill and los gatos a pair of a tease for you for this afternoon and the east bay pleasanton livermore nice and warm 80 degrees but a very cool around our bayside communities, looking at low 70's from hayward into fremont even through oakland and berkeley low 70's continue and then up and over the east bay hills, 85 for the high in congress that's going to be one of our tell us your spots for the afternoon and then continue through vacaville and fairfield if you're going to be heading to wine country napa you're going to be a high of 81 degrees and then the north bay low 80's from petaluma to nevado says 66 so it's in some beach 75 degrees for the high. in point rays today. and we're going to see a little bit cooler into the next couple of days, especially around the bay and at the coast and then the
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heating trend it's going to kick off on wednesday. we're going to see those 90's return, especially getting towards the end of the week inland. marty. >>it was very intense. you couldn't sleep. and i to common stock. because you know you can imagine being house you can see outside their resistance to lift in and lyft in there's really really dramatic and i don't want to go to again. >>can't blame her whole search and rescue efforts are ongoing after hurricane dorian slammed the bahamas. well now humanitarian aid is pouring in but there's still more need than there are supplies. not romero shows the efforts of people who are helping out and also how you can pitch in. >>the storm of storms hurricane dorgan change paths, so much so every time he thought his can of and one location. >>it would shift in bob and weave and then just the sheer intensity of about this storm even after 15 years of doing hurricane relief.
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>>and pastor, matthew sweeting says people in the bahamas are struggling to provide resources. >>we everything we asked 4 even 5 days ago because the ship to putting out all right. >>new problems church serves as ground 0 sorting supplies and packing up care packages for evacuees. cruise lines working to load of supplies this one using its massive vessel to bring stranded hurricane victims to the us mainland international agencies working together to help the most affected. >>words really can't explain it. what hataken place. only going to get worse, i guess. >>what the world shipping in the hope is that the bahamas can recover and rebuild. and nassau bahamas. i'm not your romero. >>this is the one we say is once in a lifetime to realize what they love most about each other. >>well hurricane dorian ruin the wedding pl for a couple in atlanta there they were set to get married in charleston
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south carolina. destiny club on anthony baker had to cancel everything after dorian's path shifted towards the carolina coast. but the quick work of some of the co workers saved the day a in a big way. lawn and baker got married at their workplace in atlanta, the couple's family even made it for this special day. their honeymoon plans were also canceled so instead of the bahamas the couple will be celebrating in orlando. and turning lemons into lemonade or rather oranges and orange juice this oj will be donated to the horror of hurricane dorian victims. i can't be sold since the semi truck toting that crashed and flipped over in north carolina, this was on friday morning. the driver of the 18 wheeler fell asleep at the wheel then careened down an embankment. well, the driver is ok this morning in the fresh squeezed mass is going to a good cause. facebook is looking to pay to play matchmaker the social media giant launched its dating service that they call dating. the launch comes more than a year after facebook first
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announced the feature it allows anyone with a facebook account is 18 years old or older to set up a dating profile in the facebook mobile app while it pulls over a first name and age from facebook account the company says the 2 profiles are largely separate users can integrate more information including photos posted on facebook and instagram to their dating profile. dating is already available elsewhere in the world, the us is the 20th country to have access to this on facebook. coming up next in sports reaction to the antonio brown saga now he's moving on to new england just hours after being released by the raiders. >>we'll also have a son giants
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>>all right we start off sports with news that seemed inevitable after last night shenanigans the oakland raiders have released wide receiver antonio brown and he already tweeted a picture of him wearing the 84 jersey that is photoshop data patriots jersey he's going to new england. hours after brown was released it was announced that a bee agreed to a one year $15 million deal with the new england patriots. earlier this moing brown took to instagram to basically say that he wanted out. and the raiders him that wish brown's deal with the patriots includes a million signing
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bonus with $10 million guaranteed brownstein with the raiders lasted about 6 months and ended before he could even play in week one with the silver and black head coach jon gruden gave his thoughts on a bae's release. >>we just have exhausted everything we tried every way possible to make it work and all i'm going to say you know it's disappointing i'm really proud really proud of our players and our coaches our office we did everything we could to make this work you sorry did i apologi, but i will tell you i'm very proud of what we did is an organization that right and i wish antonio nothing but the best sorry we never got a chance to see in the silver and black very disappointing. in my career as a coach i really look forward to coaching him it is not going to happen. >>that happened let's go over now to the college ranks and the stanford cardinal taking on the u s c trojans 2nd quarter. 2017 heading into
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halftime kate on so bus find safe ground. he's in there for the 7 yard touchdown extra point is good usc goes out in front and they now lead, 24 to 20 stanford far calls to usc 45 20 that's the final stanford takes and you see us up nights next saturday. alright baseball time now the comes back from the second wild-card spot facing the rival dodgers in l a. >>tyler bda them out today for the orange and black top of the first no score bases loaded for kevin people are breaks his bat and grounds out to justin turner, a 3rd and frozen out. with an rbi groundout giants take an early one nothing lead, we'll go now to the bottom of the 3rd same score bt gets turner swinging. see breaking ball be struck out 5 in 5 shutout. innings what a game for be the bottom of the 9th now dodgers have
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the time for. in her name and as grounds one to serve. all came giants shut out the dodgers won nothing you're fine. is so career win number one thing 1995 i for bruce bocce giants looking for that sweep tomorrow the center field over to the coliseum in a is taking on the detroit tigers game 2 of this three-day incest of the force is leading 3 to and marcus simeon drives one to center field carrying her. so 2 runs will come in to score simeon and a 3rd was a triple a's. now we fight to bottom in the 6 a's. bases loaded from adelson who rips one into right field for a base said owner 2 runs will come in to score here. i'm leaving 9, 2
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they would go on to defeat the tigers 10 to that's a fun and all is now look to take the series tomorrow. and sharks captain joe thornton signed a one year million deal with the san jose sharks the 21 seasons under his belt world said you know what it's just not time yet to hang up my skates last season thorn reported 16 goals and 35 assists in 73 games played. this year, he also. gordie howe for 9th place and the all time assists. ok just seen thanks a lot, let's take a live look outside beautiful view golden gate bridge this morning hope you're enjoying sunshine. wherever you are will be right back
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>>morning we're back on kron 4 news weekend. we're taking a live look outside from the embarcadero this morning in san francisco, plenty of sunshine here fog which isn't a surprise compared to yesterday on ad is we're really socked him yesterday it was great everywhere. yeah but not today we are seeing nice you know if it's sunny in san francisco. >>it's got to be good pretty much 30 much yet. and that's what we're seeing marty a few degrees higher today, relatively cool across the bay area for this weekend. you there night shot this is our south a mera. this is just east of san jose this is the lick observatory on top of mt hamilton, and look at this just nothing but blue sunny skies for you and that is
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really what we're seeing a lot around the bay area right now temperatures though on the cooler side we're starting off a little bit cooler than yesterday a mostly 50's to low 60's around the bay area. so just make sure the grab that jacket or sweater as you make your way out of the house this morning, 55 in the upper right now 61 in nevada 59 degrees in downtown san francisco. we're going to see the winds kick up once again today we saw a little bit breezy yesterday as well, especially longer east bay hills and some are coastal spots we will see those wind gusts get close to that 20 mile an hour mark. so just keep that in mind because that always makes things that feel cooler than normal. checking a temperatures for your highs today we're going to be smos lee upper 60's to low 70's at the coast and then we're going to get into a mid to upper 70's if you're going to be along the peninsula or south bay zone, looking at 80's though once we get further inland and our north zone but again overall it's going to be an ice cooler weekend than what we've seen over the last couple of weeks marty back to you.
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>>a well known lgbtq group is looking for help spreading the awareness as well after the rental truck was filled with valuables and it was stolen. the group is known as the premier camp and it was at burning man and they just returned home to san francisco from that popular festival when the theft happened. well now they're trying to warn others and hoping to get their belongings back kron four's dan thorn has more. >>a fun weekend at the burning man festival is ruined lgbtq camp returns home to san francisco this surveillance video shows their 26 foot rental truck filled with an important personal items being driven away. >>first those and in disbelief and then i started crying because i knew that it's. >>the truck was stolen morgan is a member of the glam cox. she says they parked the rental truck on 26th in indiana monday night. and the next morning everything was gone the group's campers
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losing tense clothing costumes and years of hard work. morgan says it said this happened to an lgbtq group that's already been marginalized frankly. >>the retail value of what these people stall. it's not pales in comparison to that. the sentimental value of what what baseball. >>the group says the rental company has not been helping out and so far this video is all they have of the thief taking off with their things come see go was shocked that steal an entire truck. but what really bothers him is that what was taken is mostly personal. >>it's tough that literally will have no value to anyone else see go says that he wants people to be aware of this crime because other trucks could be targeted. >>we need to know that this crime exists and that we need to stand up as a community not just burning man not just lgbt
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to this is san francisco. this our community and if we don't want this we need to do something about it. >>reporting in san francisco. dan thorn. kron 4 news. on the peninsula this morning, a man who was living at the sand cove apartments on shell boulevard in foster city arrived home to find his door wide open and someone is was inside at the time robbing his house. >>berger told the man to leave and he was still inside when police arrived officers ordered the burglar to come out and then they arrested brent mcdonald of san francisco. police say the suspect had several items belonging to the victim and also a concealed knife. mcdonnell also had 2 warrants from the san francisco sheriff's office for weapons possession and battery. national news this morning president trump says that he canceled a secret meeting with the president of it that afghanistan and the taliban. president tweeting saturday that they were set to have the leaders meet. at camp david
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today. but the president said he scrapped that meeting after the taliban took responsibility for an attack that killed 12 people including a us soldier news of the meeting is raising eyebrows with those on both sides of the political aisle, as it would have been unprecedented to have invited members of the terrorist organization that harbored osama bin laden to the u s just days before the anniversary of 9.11. a couple in pennsylvania is facing theft charges today after allegedly using money that was accidentally deposited into their bank account. reporter peggy lee has more. >>state police say the couple living here at this home on cypress tree in montoursville got themselves into hot water after spending money that wasn't theirs. investors say robert and tiffany williams had $120,000 deposited into their count at bb and t on may 31th. her mistake by a teller but instead of contacting the bank about the deposit. the couple allegedly spent most of
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the money on 2 and a half weeks between june 3rd to the 19th neighbors were stunned. >>that is kind of shocking new with all procedures the banks have set up and you know checking and double checking triple checking. there's no way anyone gets away with that stuff. state police say the williams bought an suv to 4 wheelers a camper. >>a car trailer. police say the winds also use the money on bill's car repairs cash purchases and even gave $15,000 to friends in need of money and we knew check in with the bank for 3, 4 get anything. >>i i'm not that don't know me some people do stupid sometimes. >>what's the bank realized its mistake a trance or the $120,000 to the correct account. it contacted tiffany williams on june 20th and tore the couple had to pay back the $107,000 in overdraft fees incurred on june 21th the bank called again. tiffany said she her husband will work out a payment plan court papers show that after those 2 initial
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phone calls from the bank. the couple had no contact with banks representatives despite several attempts by the bank to reach that the couple is now facing felony theft charges amanda williams homes that he was robert's father is there any way we can talk to robert tiffany. >>just that i know i knew was >>well that was peggy lee reporting now robert and tiffany williams are free now on $25,000 bail. in his weekend federal lawmakers meet to find out if president trump's war words entice anti immigrant via violence across the country will have that
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lawmakers met to discuss whether president trump's words are encouraging violence against immigrants. the wall path of the el paso walmart shooter who murdered 22 people and injured dozens more made it clear he wanted to kill mexicans who are quote invading america. lawmakers say that language like that it good some of president trump's speeches about immigration. and a warning he has more. >>welcome to the safe and secure u s mexico border democratic congresswoman veronica escobar says there's no better place to talk about domestic terrorism aimed at immigrants in her home town of el paso a place that has had to endure a target painted on
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our backs because of anti immigrant rhetoric escobar says president trump's words are hurtful he's called immigrants animals and the rhetoric has only escalated over time and she says those words have inspired he full actions like the murders of 22 people at the nearby el paso walmart a terrorist confessed that he came to el paso to quote target mexicans and immigrants i went to what one of the sources of his ideas were new york democrat jerry nadler says thpresident anti immigrant rhetoric has turned into anti immigrant policies which the safety of immigrant communities. >>and those who are perceived as immigrants and even greater risk. >>notably absent from friday's hearing were republicans. the hearing was not an official committee event nor was attendance mandatory and i have great respect for my republican colleagues but i wish they had come texas democrat sheila jackson lee says her republican colleagues were invited to the hearing
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but declined it is not a partisan issue that we're discussing here it is to protect american citizens. republicans will get a chance to make their voices heard next week when congress returns to the capital from its summer recess in washington, i'm in a warning key. >>and still ahead this morning. the cdc is warning the public not to use the cigarettes we're going to hear from a teenager who died from from a teenager who died from eople. if you have moderate to thsevere rheumatoid arthritis, month after month, the clock is ticking on irreversible joint damage. ongoing pain and stiffness are signs of joint erosion. humira can help stop the clock. prescribed for 15 years, humira targets and blocks a source of inflammation that contributes to joint pain and irreversible damage. humira can lower your ability to fight infections. serious and sometimes fatal infections including tuberculosis, and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened; as have blood, liver, and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure.
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>>and welcome back to the kron 4 news weekendi'm rebecca strom in for dave spahr on this sunday morning. we're seeing a whole lot of sunshine around the bay area this our camera overlooking at the sun all area right now our east, a camera and you can see all the sunshine a little bit of clouds but for the most part it's going to be a mostly sunny conditions. no matter where you are today, we're looking at to come cool temperatures to start so heading out the door we're mostly in the upper 50's to low 60's to describe that sweater or jacket this morning. but things are going to change once we get into the afternoon. now we're expecting a cool afternoon. a verse of what we've been seeing over the last month or so so here's a breakdown of your afternoon highs, 70 degrees expected in san francisco today, 62 in the sunset district. you're going to be at the coast we're looking at some mid to even upper 60's like in half moon bay you're going to be a high of 67. this afternoon 70's though in millbrae upper 70's in the burlingame area and then we're looking at upper 70's in redwood city in palo alto but to low 80's in woodside that's one of our
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warmer spots this afternoon, yourself looks like this upper 70's across most of it. but then a few white house here spots morgan hill in los gatos coming in both hit 80 degrees. 80 degrees for pleasanton and for livermore but of course cooler for summer bayside communities, we're looking at low to mid 70's. >>from hayward and into freeman downtown oakland you're going to get 73 this afternoon. but some id 80's that i'm actually tracking in concord a high of 85 their san ramon at 80 degrees and the 80's continue through vacaville and through fairfield pittsburgh you're going to get a toasty 86, but it's going to be 78 in valais how this afternoon wine country you're going to be in the low 80's as well this afternoon stinson beach 66 75 point raise is going to be gorgeous there with a whole lot of sunshine to enjoy. now we're going to see it cool a over the next few days until a warming trend hits the bay area, looking at that towards of the middle of the week wednesday through the weekend
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we're going to see some 90's especially in line for thursday and friday. now back to newsnight all right. >>the faceless in a few minutes. well, the cdc is warning everyone not to use the cigarettes as it scrambles to fight the cause of a chronic lung disease that's linked to vaping a student in colorado is the first patient to be diagnosed with a rare illness connected to vaping and now she's speaking out in pes to convince other teenagers to stop using e cigarettes. dylan thomas has her story. now it's a story piper johnson is lucky enough to be alive to share. >>i try and you know educate other people because i don't want the same thing happen to them raised in chicago i was a pretty good kid growing up the 18 year-old lived with parents who for big drug use in their house. >>including smoking cigarettes leaving was like house near trendier option. they were super against it so it was like no question like not
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allowed in our house and i continue to disobey them. >>for more than 2 years a pack a pod that week piper ignored her parents warnings its its average for like ice cooler it was so easy to hide a beating behind their backs laughing at something like awe that couldn't be needs. >>and then it late last month the johnsons packed up her belongings and headed west to the university of northern colorado. but on the way it hurt to take it really deep breath, i knew something was wrong piper fell ill. i was a 100% convinced david frum qaeda is what a visit to an urgent care would reveal much much more that's pretty much try it all hit the fan piper was rushed to the i see you i was terrified diagnosed with set in in severe lung illness due to vaping a sickness so new it doesn't even have a formal name, sitting in her hospital bed. it hit her. >>so my god all the stuff that i've been doing like the past 2 years that i thought was completely harmless has silently been killing piper
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was lucky enough to catch it early and receive treatment. >>but with so many teams hooked on vaping it's killing people she fears the illness one day soon won't be so rare. >>it's not worth it and it's not worth the risk and it's not worse. you know seeing your parents cry as you're in the hospital bed. >>well as dylan thomas reporting so far 450 people across the country have been hospitalized with this very mysterious illness and 5 of them have died. a school in alabama is taking a very unique approach to stopping teenagers from vaping and smoking in the school bathrooms they're removing the stall doors and some of the boys bathrooms the principal of the school says every day some students will sneak off to a bathroom to vape he says 2 weeks ago one student was found passed out in the stall. the decision to remove the stalls is causing quite a stir with some parents. one of them says it's simply too drastic. >>may is apparent partially i think that's.
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>>they take their only private place on the school that they conduct their business. >>the parents said that a better solution would be to have an adult in the hallway or bathroom to make sure that no one's vaping the principal also added that the door removals could be temporary while they work to figure out other solutions. a group of artists are honoring 2 fallen california officers in a very colorful and meaningful way they put their talents to work at the annual chalk it up festival in midtown sacramento. reporter olivia digiorno has the story. >>there is artists of all ages artists of all levels it's day 3 of the chalk it up art festival in midtown and organizers say it will be their busiest day of the weekend over the course of 3 days when about 50 to 60,000 people come through the free event offers alive are demonstrations music food and vendor booths and proceeds are put back into the community through local art grants,
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teachers will apply for the mini grants or any our project in the community. hundreds of local artists have spent the entire weekend to transforming the sidewalk around fremont park into a colorful checkerboard of chalk art but there were 2 squares that really stand out from the rest a week. >>came out today i came out with my family too. to see i knew it was going to be here. and it's amazing. >>the davis police officers association sponsored these 2 squares right next to each other to honor officers natalie corona and tara o'sullivan, 2 young women who died in the line of duty earlier this year. we talked with one davis police officer who stopped by to see the art in person. >>for me to see you know it's really service that these the 2 women gave to the communities to their respective communities and departments and give it their all and it's really special soon are honored in this way. it's beautiful.
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>>the tributes making not just this officer emotional. but many of the festival attendees who passed by to bring some actual life for people and make it a remember that they are they were young gorgeous obviously you know committed young women that were part of our community and they were alive and they did so much for us in our is live in it's created in its vibrant and so were they. >>in midtown olivia de janeiro. >>and let's go ahead take a live look outside of conditions at sfo clearing skies there but for now our delays will be right back. know what goes great with steak and shrimp?
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>>we we were out the u. >>you're looking at a clip of lifetime networks movie the college admissions scandal, the film is inspired by the real life bribery investigation that rocked hollywood in several major universities. neither of the lead characters are named after felicity huffman or lori locker in the players and the real scandal. they're described as 2 moms who shared obsession with getting their teenagers into the best possible college. the college admissions scandal, premieres next month. in some 40 years since sony released its walkman and to celebrate the anniversary the company will release a brand new version. this anniversary edition doesn't actually play cassettes but the screen saver and soft case make it look like it does. it's an android
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powered music player in stores up to 16 gigabytes of tunes the new retro version is limited release and will sell for about $500. now in china more than 260 teams competed in the first wife carrying world championships. now this contest required the men to leap over would to way to water and our job and dodge obstacles. all while carrying a female teammate who had to have a minimum weight of a 108 pounds competition they say is meant to help build trust and teamwork between the partners. you might be familiar with the saying that everything old is new again well, there's one woman in ukraine who is staying true to that with everything she wears. she's known as lady vintage because she loves 20th century fashion there she goes. it all started when she began making replicas of dresses from historical movies. most are a closer vantage but some of them have been taylor mays right down to the minuscule details. many
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resemble fashion statements worn by queens and dignitaries. the 73 year-old woman from india is now a brand new mommy at 73. she gave birth to twin girls last week. dad is 80 years old the proud parents are farmers and say they've always wanted children but it never happened for them until just now a doctor did agree to an i v f i and it was a success on the very first try. the twin girls were delivered by a via c section thursday and that ended 9 long months of bed rest for mom. in these baby oakland pride celebration continues throughout the day with a parade and festival on saturday a lot of people were treated at lake merritt that the took part in the oakland pride run started with a warm up and then the runners took off the event was all part of a wellness expo that allowed everyone to learn more about healthy living. >>bringing people together. both people.
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>>well today's parade kicks off at 11 o'clock in oakland and rebecca should be a beautiful day there. it definitely is going to be a good day to go side because we're seeing a cooler weekend in store for you around the bay area. >>right now temperatures mostly in the 50's and 60's i'll have your complete forecast coming up after the lowe's knows you're the type who does it right. who knows a hobby can also be an investment. we do it right too, with a lifetime warranty on craftsman. so, you can count on passing it down.
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>>morning thanks so much for joining us on kron 4 news weekends. we take this live look outside of our camera this time around plenty of sunshine a lot of activity out there on the american darrow. and what a day to enjoy hi. everybody i'm marty gonzales rebecca strong is here with the forecast. >>and it's going to be a nice forecast today few decrees that shire or does it's going to be sunny but not too hot, mostly in london will be a little a toaster but around the bay and up the coast it's going to be really nice just will slow down there is not a nice it so clear this is north a camera and timber on and you can actually see the golden gate bridge towers there on the right hand side of your screen because it is so clear and so sunny we're seeing a lot of blue conditions around a much of the bay area this morning, not waking up 10 the fog in your way not a lot of cloud cover either. but yes cooler weekend versus what
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we've been seeing over the last month or so, and it's all because of this a low pressure system that continues to hover around northern california. it's going to be with us over the next couple of days. it's also going to a breezy around the bay area kind of similar to what we saw yesterday, especially at summer coastal spots and our east bay hills so will be breezy throughout the day so just keep that in mind. it definitely makes things up feel cooler then already does so we're looking at temperatures right now mostly 50's to low 60's around the bay area 60 degrees in san francisco, downtown oakland, you're at 64 62 right now in napa looking at says 64 degrees and the petaluma area. but so we're going to see some 70's and a few low 80's out there as well as we get into the afternoon. i'll break it all down coming up in just a bit party sounds good rebecca, thanks. a lot. >>we begin this morning with a live look outside at sfo this morning, q a key runway at sfo as close as you may know be it's going to be closed for nearly a month rig now there
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are 4 hour delays at sfo because of all that. >>kron four's can see that hatred joins us live now this morning with more on that big runway project either christina good morning. >>if you're flying in or out of san francisco airport or if you're picking someone up or dropping them off make sure to eat we've even early you would expect to keep yourself a lot of time. so for this morning since 08:00am there actually 107 delayed flights and 98 cancel to make sure going to check with your airlines if you're traveling today as well, let's give you some background nation of all this construction that they have going on for 20 days to of the airport's runways will be close. well a new face is being built along the almost 2000 foot stretch to where it needs the intersection of another right away. it's to fix normal wear and tear as will some weather damage. the crews have been putting band-aids on it for years.
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>>removed approximately 1900 runway to 8 left and where taking out the old foundation and replace it with a more robust. foundation underneath right to 8 left. >>the project cost over mi llion millinow saturday just yesterday marked the first day of the airports, right way closed for construction and travelers definitely felt that impact they had 244 canceled. i delayed flights. 103 flithts were canceled and that again was mostly due to that meat project now the project it's expected to be done on friday sept. managers here who say that. 2 different things if you are traveling first and foremost check with your airline before leaving and secondly, give yourself more time new with reporting live
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here at sfo christina tetreault. >>we can add one more thing christina pack your patience. reporting live for us from sfo. let's go to the north bay this morning mill valley police are searching for a man who robbed a bank and then got away on a mountain bike. it happened saturday morning at the wells fargo branch on miller avenue. here's a look at the suspect's picture that was taken by surveillance cameras. police say that the man showed a teller a note demanding money. he's described as an as an asian man between 3040 years of age about 5 foot 5 inches tall and 130 pounds. he was wearing a giants camp at the time along with the black windbreaker and blacks and get and sunglasses and again he got away on a red mountain bike. flail police arrested an armed felon saturday who they say was on the run after assaulting a woman. police tell us say that the victim and called police
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to say she had been kidnapped and raped at gunpoint a neighborhood was on lockdown for a while while police search for the suspect they eventually found and arrested 41 year-old thai know coal from oakland. neighbors were allowed to return to their homes after that. in the south bay, san jose police have launched a new program to try and prostitution and human trafficking. this program allows people to report suspects who solicit such workers. it's called the report john program, it's on the department's website. it's a simple online form that allows people to report potential johns and provide information including photos or license plate data. officials say the program is a major step forward and part of a larger effort to improve the city's response to all forms of violence against women. happening now we have new information this morning about a fire that's burning in lake county near kelsey ville near highway 29 1.75 and coal creek road. right now 53 acres have
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burned in the fire is 50% contained. cal fire still investigating the cause and an evacuation order is in effect for those who live closeo where the fire is burning. new this morning all southbound in the south bay in the south bay rather all lanes of northbound 6.80 are reopened following a crash that killed a pedestrian last night. it happened south of the key road in san jose. now before the crash authorities received a call about someone walking on the right hand shoulder of the highway against traffic. police are still investigating. and coming up on kron 4 news weekend a warning from local activists who the thieves we're caught on camera steali millions
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of americans worry every day about where they will find their next meal and there's a new report to suggest how federal and state governments can try to reduce this food insecurity. jesse turner has more. >>the report revealed a first for the country and more than a decade. but experts say we still have a long way to go. we're finally at pre-recession levels of food insecurity in the united states. the us department of agriculture says for the first time since the great recession in 2008. >>fewer americans are worrying about where to get their next meal. jane adams, a senior policy analyst for bread for the world attributed the good news to the growing job market
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when more people are working they have more income which means that they can afford to put food on the table but adam stresses the % of families that are still food and secure amounts to 37 million people for some places and people that are still really strugg. it'as if they never got out of the recession. the usda report on the hungriest americans are an african-american and latino households, particularly in the south and rural communities. adam says that's because these areas also have high levels of concentrated poverty and with little access to jobs have been stuck in the same cycle for decades people aren't getting the incomes they need to be able to survive now is talk of another recession, looms, adam says congress should continue to fund federal housing and nutrition assistance programs and states should focus on creating jobs in the areas that need them most according to the report, mississippi ranks the second highest in food and security with 16% compared to the national average of 11% in washington just eaten or. >>and a cool morning around
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the bay area right now i'm tracking temperatures in the 50's to even mid 60's right now 65, we're looking and pittsburgh 64 in downtown oakland 60 degrees in san francisco. let you know will be like in your neighborhood for the afternoon. coming up
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>>they were back on kron 4 news weekend. thanks for joining us today, we're taking a live look outside from sutro cam this morning looking down in the bay and one of you is
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abt forecast not sunshine re that great. >>really it's from start to burn off quickly we're just going to see a whole lot of sunshine around the bay area. but at the temperatures not too hot today. so it's going to be really nice for you know yesterday was such a such a difference in the morning, because of because of all the fog but yeah i was so overcast and so graham there today, not the case we get a treat today. it's a good way to kick off this sunday morning. and yes, this is our another shot from tower camera that we're looking at looks like a lot of clouds have already started and dissipate from the shot and we could see a nice and clear. the city skyline we're seeing treasure island the bay bridge all the way over to end the east bay, so it's just a gorgeous day around the bay area are. kicking off that way. highs today, yes we're definitely seeing into cooler. average versus what we've seen over the last a month or so, here's a breakdown of the highs in san francisco today downtown you're going to get
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70 degrees. the mission district 7164 if you're going to be a going over the golden gate park are looking mid to even upper 60's along the coast, half moon bay. you're at a high of 67 today and then we're going to see 70 degrees in south san francisco, mid to upper 70's that once you get into burlingame at 77 and then we're going to start to see a upper 70's through san carlos redwood city palo alto woodside you're going to be in the low 80's later on this afternoon, yourself a zone upper 70's, some low 80's for morgan hill and los gatos and then we're seeing low to mid 70's summer bayside communities, a little bit host year though pleasanton livermore today both coming in at 80 degrees. oakland you're going to get 73 84 in walnut creek a toaster spot in concord and with a high of 85 under a lot of sunshine today and then we're going to see the 80's continue through vacaville in fairfield pittsburgh, you're going to be a toasty 86. we're going to be the low to mid 80's in wine
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country and then the north bay looks like this 82 in petaluma cooler at the coast of course stinson beach or at 66. but there's going to be a lot of sunshine to enjoy around the bay area today. so like i was mentioning, yes, we're seeing this cooler trend can be spread over the next few days until a warm up. starts to kick on about of next in the middle of next week so wednesday thursday friday, we're going to start to see those 90's creep in especially inland. >>it was very intense. you couldn't sleep. and i to calm us tom because you know you can imagine being house you can see outside there just lifted and lived in there's really really dramatic and i don't want to go to again. >>point who can blame or search and rescue efforts are ongoing after hurricane dorian slammed the bahamas and humanitarian aid is also pouring in but there's still more need then there are supplies. not romero shows us
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the efforts of people who are helping out and also how you can pitch in as well. >>the storm of storms hurricane dorgan change path. >>so much so every time he thought his can of and one location it would shift in bob and weave and then just the sheer intensity of about this storm even after 15 years of doing hurricane relief. >>and pastor, matthew sweeting says people in the bahamas are struggling to provide resources. >>we everything we asked 4 even 5 days ago because the ship to putting out all right. >>new providence feed the church serves as ground 0 sorting supplies and packing up care packages for evacuees. cruise lines working to load of supplies this one using its massive vessel to bring stranded hurricane victims to the us mainland international agencies working together to help the most affected. >>words really can't explain it. what has taken place. only going to get worse, i guess. >>what the world shipping in the hope is that the bahamas
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can recover and rebuild. and nassau bahamas. i'm not your romero. >>hurricane ruin the wedding plans for a couple in atlanta. they were a set to get married in charleston south carolina destiny claim on anthony baker had to cancel everything after dorian's path shifted towards the carolina coast. but the quick work of some other co-workers say the big day as clay van baker got married at their workplace in atlanta. the couple's family even made it there for the special day, their honeymoon plans are also canceled and said of the bahamas. the couple will be celebrating in orlando. and turning lemons into lemonade or rather in oranges and orange juice this oj will be donated to the hurricane dorian victims. it can't be sold since a semi truck that was toting it crashed and flipped over in north carolina on friday, the driver of the 18 wheeler fell asleep at the wheel and careened down an embankment. the driver's ok this morning and the fresh
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raiders have released wide receiver antonio brown and he already tweeted a picture of him wearing the 84 jersey except that is photoshop data patriots jersey he's going to new england. hours after brown was released it was announced that a bee agreed to a one-year $15 million deal with the new england patriots. earlier this morning brown took to instagram to basically say that he wanted out. and the raiders grant him that wish brown's deal with the patriots includes a million signing bonus with $10 million guaranteed brownstein with the raiders lasted about 6 months and ended before he could even play in week one with the silver and black head coach jon gruden gave his thoughts on a bae's release. >>we just have exhausted everything we tried every way possible to make it work and all i'm going to say you know it's disappointing i'm really proud really proud of our players and our coaches our office we did everything we
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could to make this work you sorry did i apologize, but i will tell you i'm very proud of what we did is an organization that right and i wish antonio nothing but the best sorry we never got a chance to see in the silver and black very disappointing. in my career as a coach i really look forward to coaching him it is not going to happen. >>that happened let's go over now to the college ranks and the stanford cardinal taking on the u s c trojans 2nd quarter. 2017 heading into halftime kate on so bus find ground. he's in there for the 7 yard touchdown extra point is good usc goes out in front and they now lead, 24 to 20 stanford far calls to usc 45 20 that's the final stanford takes and you see us up nights next saturday. alright baseball time now the comes back from the second wild-card
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spot facing the rival dodgers in l a. >>tyler bda them out today for the orange and black top of the first no score bases loaded for kevin people are breaks his bat and grounds out to justin turner. it did with an rbi groundout giants take an early one nothing lead, we'll go now to the bottom of the 3rd same score bt gets turner swinging. see breaking ball be struck out 5 in 5 shutout. innings what a game for be the bottom of the 9th now dodgers have the time for. and she came her name and as grounds one to serve. all came giants shut out the dodgers won nothing you're fine. is so career win number one thing 1995 for bruce bocce giants looking for that sweep tomorrow the center field over to the coliseum in a is taking on the detroit tigers game 2
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of this meeting set fire of the force is leading 3 to and marcus simeon drives one to center field carrying her. so 2 runs will come in to score simeon and a 3rd was a triple a's. now we fight to bottom of the 6 a's. bases loaded from adelson who rips one into right field for a they said oh there are 2 runs will come in to score here. i'm leaving 9, 2 they would go on to defeat the tigers 10 to that's a fun and all is now look to take the series tomorrow. and sharks captain joe thornton signed a one year million deal with the san jose sharks the 21 seasons under his belt. world said you know what it's just not time yet to hang up my skates last season thorn reporting 16 goals and 35 assists in 73 games played. this year, he also. gordie
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howe for 9th place and the all time assists liss. >>all right justin, thanks a lot was going to take you outside for a live look in what a look at it as beautiful views golden gate bridge this morning. and we'll have the fo
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>>kron 4 news weekend sneaking a peek outside a know or love in this shot, this is from the embarcadero in san francisco, plenty of sunshine this
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morning. pretty much everywhere around the bay area and what a fantastic way to start a brand new week rebecca's here with the forecast is absolutely beautiful. but the >>warm inland, but it's going to be really nice though considering we had 90's and triple digits a couple weeks. he uses nothing nothing to it's going to be really nice when we see 70's if you like 70's. i think a lot of people do or fracking nice and comfortable. >>you can go out and barbecue and it will be too hot out there, but hey it'll be nice sunny for you and mostly clear conditions that we're seeing this our camera on top of that center tower cam in a san francisco right now and it's absolutely beautiful. a nice clear shot of the san francisco skyline and you can see here on our visibility map are looking really good, mostly clear and almost parts of the bay area except for the use of usual suspects. all right along the coast there half moon bay. you've got a little bit the fog in the cloud cover but even that is set to clear as we get throughout the rest of the afternoon. yep in a cooler weekend very similar to
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yesterday but a few degrees higher in some spots but thanks to a this cold front end of this a low pressure system that we're seeing that's what's keeping us cool and it's going to be that way over the next few days. temperatures outside right now we're starting to see some movement are mostly in the 60's across the board. low 60's, san francisco in half moon bay and then we're going to get into the mid to upper 60's as we get further inland. a break down your head, neighborhood by neighborhood when i come back in a couple of minutes party a rebecca forward to that thank you. >>let's go and take you outside for a live look from sfo this morning. that's because a key runway at sfo. it's going to be closed for nearly a month and right now it's really affecting traffic there are 4 hr delays at sfo because of that kron four's christine to enjoy this live this morning with more on this big project their high christina good morning. >>for picking them up give yourself, plenty of time there are a lot of that it's here
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and keep in mind. it is a sunday's a lot of people are going to be around the airport tonight that's actually what manager said is that tonight, karen had their expected. a lot of people to the crowd in a lot of those delays are going to be. the as of 08:00am this morning. we had a 100 and s 7 late flights and 98 canceled and matches so far. project that they're doing for 20 days to of the airport's runways will be closed while a new face is actually being built along the almost 2000 foot stretch where it actually needs another intersection another runway. it's a fix normal wear and tear as well as some weather damagen crews have been fixing in band aids on for years. now this project haas over 60 million dollars and yesterday saturday was a first day that all this construction was going on in the first day the runways were closed. travelers definitely felt the impact there were a total of 200 and 44 flights were delayed. this project is
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expected to go ahead and finish up in the 20 day span by friday september 27. and the airport managers i spoke to today. you know if so go ahead and just your plans to that but also they're asking people to give yourself plenty of time in as marty had mentioned earlier in the newscast to grow in packs and patients along with all of your belongings, reporting live here at san frtncisco airport christina teatro. >>all right christina thanks a lot for that live update from sfo on to other news this morning. lgbtq group is looking for help after the rental truck filled with valuables was stolen. the group is known as the premier camp and they were at burning man and then just returned home to san francisco from that popular festival when the theft happened. well now
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they're trying to warn others and hoping to get their belongings back at the same time kron four's dan thorn has their story. a fun weekend at the burning man festival is ruined where an lgbtq camp. >>returns home to san francisco this surveillance video shows their 26 foot rental truck filled with an important personal items being driven away. >>first those and in disbelief and then i started crying because i knew that it's. >>the truck was stolen morgan is a member of the glam cox. she says they parked the rental truck on 26th in indiana monday night. and the next morning everything was gone the group's campers losing tense clothing costumes and years of hard work. morgan says it said this happened to an lgbtq group that's already been marginalized frankly. >>the retail value of what these people stall. it's not pales in comparison to that.
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the sentimental value of what what baseball. >>the group says the rental company has not been helping out and so far this video is all they have of the thief taking off with their things tom see go was shocked that someone had the audacity to steal an entire truck. but what really bothers him is that what was taken is mostly personal. >>it's tough that literally will have no value to anyone else see go says that he wants people to be aware of this crime because other trucks could be targeted. >>we need to know that this crime exists and that we need to stand up as a community not just burning man not just lgbt to this is san francisco. this our community and if we don't want this we need to do something abou, this. >>reporting in san francisco. dan thorn. kron 4 news. >>and new this morning a half moon bay man is in jail this morning now he's accused of sexually assaulting a 15 year-old girl. the teenager
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was walking her dog when she says she was sexually assaulted by 22 year-old matthew hon. it happened back in july on the coast side trail shave it den a fight on as suspect after reading an article about a separate assault case that involved him. police arrested hawn at his home friday morning. a man living at the sand cove apartments in sean shell boulevard in foster city arrived home to find his door wide open and there was someone inside romney in his home the burglar actually told the man to leave and was still inside when the police arrived officers ordered the burglar to come out and arrested brent mcdonald of san francisco police say the suspect had several items of the victim's property and a concealed knife as well mcdonald had 2 warrants from the san francisco sheriff's office for weapons possession and battery. national news this morning president trump says he canceled a secret meeting with the president of afghanistan and the taliban. president tweeting saturday
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that they were set to have leaders of the taliban at camp david today. but the president said he scrapped that meeting after the taliban took responsibility for an attack that killed 12 people including a us soldier. news of the meeting is raising eyebrows with those on both sides of the political aisle. it would have been an unprecedented move to have invited members of the terrorist organization that harbored osama bin laden to the u s just days before the anniversary of 9.11. a couple in pennsylvania facing theft charges this morning after allegedly using money that was accidentally deposited into their bank account. peggy lee has the details. >>state police say the couple living here at this home on cypress tree in montoursville got themselves into hot water after spending money that wasn't theirs. investors a robber and tiffany williams had $120,000 deposited into their count at bb and t on may 31th. her mistake by a teller but instead of contacting the bank about the deposit. the
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couple allegedly spent most of the money on 2 and a half weeks between june 3rd to the 19th neighbors were stunned. >>that is kind of shocking new with all procedures the banks have set up and you know checking and double checking triple checking. there's no way anybody gets away with that stuff. state police say the williams bought an suv to 4 wheelers a camper. >>a car trailer. police say the winds also use the money on bill's car repairs cash purchases and even gave $15,000 to friends in need of money and we knew check in with the bank for 3 for getting anything. >>i i'm not that don't know me some people use to voting sometimes. >>what's the bank realized its mistake a trance or the $120,000 to the correct account. it contacted tiffany williams on june 20th and tore the couple had to pay back the $107,000 in overdraft fees incurred on june 21th the bank called again. tiffany said she her husband will work out a
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payment plan court papers show that after those 2 initial phone calls from the bank. the couple had no contact with banks representatives despite several attempts by the bank to reach that the couple is now facing felony theft charges amanda williams homes that he was r bert's father is there any way we can talk to robert if any you have. >>just no one knew was >>well that was peggy lee reporting now robert and tiffany williams are free on $25,000 bail. federal lawmakers met to talk about whether president trump's words are encouraging violence against immigrants still pass a wal-mart shooter who murdered 22 people and injured dozens of others before a. made it clear that he wanted to kill mexicans who are quote invading america. lawmakers say language like that echoed some of president trump's speeches about immigration. and a wrning he has more.
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>>welcome to the safe and secure u s mexico border democratic congresswoman veronica escobar says there's no better place to talk about domestic terrorism aimed at immigrants in her home town of el paso a place that has had to endure a target painted on our backs because of anti immigrant rhetoric escobar says president trump's words are hurtful he's called immigrants animals and the rhetoric has only escalated over time and she says those words have inspired he full actions like the murders of 22 people at the nearby el paso walmart a terrorist confessed that he came to el paso to quote target mexicans and immigrants i went to what one of the sources of his ideas were new york democrat jerry nadler says the president anti immigrant rhetoric has turned into anti immigrant policies which the safety of immigrant communities. >>and those who are perceived as immigrants and even greater risk.
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morning welcome back to kron 4 news weekend the sunday from central cam this morning and one of you is look at the bay and we have some clouds of looks like in the east bay this morning all in all the coastline is really clear. really see here. it's really starting to burn out to are so that source him already. >>and the up a lot of sunshine for everyone, no matter where you are today. that's we're going to be seeing and a lot cooler than normal temperatures. notice temperatures kind of moving downward it's going to be nice we're going to get that for the next couple of days. and then there's going to be change though we're going to sign right. rollercoaster ride continues right exactly. >>a really nice shot of amount to have a right now you can see our east bay camera just nice and clear for the most part with a whole lot of
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sunshine. a beautiful day to head outside today because in most parts around the bay area, not going to be too warm at all. out the door right now we're seeing a lot of sunshine everywhere your temperatures breaking it down in your neighborhood. here's how it goes 62 if you're going to be in the marina district today downtown san francisco. a little bit warmer than yesterday by a few degrees at 70. the mission district you're going to be at 71 along the coast it's going to be a little bit cooler of course not a 66 67 for the high and half moon bay and then we're seeing some 70's pop up south san francisco. you're going to get 70 69 in san bruno upper 70's and burlingame today and then we're going to see a upper 70's in redwood city, san carlos is well 83 though for woodside it's going to be one of our warmer spots. here's south bay zone, mostly upper 70's to low 80's we're seeing in morgan hill in los gatos and then we're going to see low 70's right along or bayside communities from union city into hayward but it's going to be a little bit to
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warmer inland of course 80 degrees in livermore and pleasanton but not too bad, 73 in downtown oakland, but look at that a toasty 85 in conquer that's going to be one of our warmer spots today 86 in pittsburgh and then low 80's for fairfield and for vacaville you're north bay zone looks like this we're going to be the low 80's from santa rosa into petaluma and nevado but 77 if you're going to be the mill valley area and then 60's right at stinson beach 75. under a lot of sunshine, a point raise this afternoon. and like i said yes, the next couple of days, we're going to see things that cooler than normal for this time of year which is great. so take advantage of heading outside before the heat starts to pack a punch starting on wednesday. we're going to see a warming trend with some 90's on the board for thursday and friday, especially inland. marty all right rebecca, thanks a lot. >>well, the cdc is warning everyone not to use the singer has as it scrambles now to fight to find the cause and to fight the cause of a chronic lung disease that's linked to
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vaping a student in colorado is the first patient to be diagnosed with the very real rare illness that's connected to vaping and now she's speaking out hoping to convince other teens to stop using e cigarettes. dylan thomas has her story. now it's a story piper johnson is lucky enough to be alive to share. >>i try and you know educate other people because i don't want the same thing to happen to them raised in chicago i was a pretty good kid growing up the 18 year-old lived with parents who for big drug use in their house, including smoking cigarettes leaving was like a house near trendy rash and they were super against it so it was like no question like not allowed in our house and i continued disobeyed them. >>for more than 2 years a pack of cars a week piper ignored her parents warnings its its average for like ice cooler it was so easy to hide a beating behind their backs laughing at
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something like awe that couldn't be needs. >>and then it late last month the johnsons packed up her belongings and headed west to the university of northern colorado. but on the way it hurt to take really deep breath, i knew something was wrong piper fell ill. i was a 100% convinced qaeda is white a visit to an urgent care would reveal much much more just pretty much lay it all hit the fan piper was rushed to the i see you i was terrified diagnosed with set in in severe lung illness due to vaping a sickness so new it doesn't even have a formal name, sitting in her hospital bed. it hit her. >>so my god all the stuff that i've been doing like the past 2 years that i thought was completely harmless has silently been killing piper was lucky enough to catch it early and receive treatment. >>but with so many teams hooked on vaping is killing people she fears the illness one day soon won't be so rare. >>it's not worth it and it's not worth the risk and it's
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not worse. you know senior parents cry as you're in the hospital bed. >>well that was dylan thomas reporting so far 450 people across the country have been hospitalized with this very mysterious illness and 5 of them have died. the school in alabama is taking a unique approach to stopping teenagers from vaping and smoking in bathrooms they're removing the stall doors and some of the boys bathrooms the principal of the school says every day some students will sneak off to a bathroom to vape he says 2 weeks ago one student was found passed out in a stall. the decision to remove the stalls is causing the stir with some parents one of them says it's just too drastic. >>may is apparent partially i think that's. >>they take their only private place on the school that they conduct their business. >>well the parents said that a better solution would be to have an adult in the hallway or bathroom to make sure that no one's vaping the principal has added that the door
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removals might be temporary as they work to figure out other solutions. a group of artists are honoring 2 fallen california officers in a very colorful and meaningful way they're putting their talents to work at the annual chocolate festival is going on in sacramento. reporter olivia digiorno has the story. >>there is artists of all ages artists of all levels it's day 3 of the chalk it up art festival in midtown and organizers say it will be their busiest day of the weekend over the course of 3 days when about 50 to 60,000 people come through the free event offers alive are demonstrations music food and vendor booths and proceeds are put back into the community through local art grants, teachers will apply for the mini grants or any our project in the community. hundreds of local artists have spent the entire weekend to transforming the sidewalk around fremont park into a colorful checkerboard of chalk art but there were 2 squares that
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really stand out from the rest week. >>came out today i came out with my family too. to i knew it was going to be here. and it's amazing. >>the davis police officers association sponsored these 2 squares right next to each other to honor officers natalie corona and tara o'sullivan, 2 young women who died in the line of duty earlier this year. we talked with one davis police officer who stopped by to see the art in person. >>for me to see you know it's really service that these the 2 women gave to the communities to their respective communities and departments and give it their all and it's really special soon are honored in this way. it's beautiful. >>the tributes making not just this officer emotional. but many of the festival attendees who passed by to bring some actual life for people and make it a remember that they are they were young gorgeous obviously you know committed
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young women that were part of our community and they were alive and they did so much for us in our is live in it's created in its vibrant and so were they. >>in midtown olivia de janeiro. >>and we're going to head outside the sfo and take a live look at conditions there just keep in mind because of that runway closure. they're dealing with 4 hour delays at sfo today we'll be right. ♪ you know when you're at ross and that cute dress gets even cuter?
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>>we thought we were out >>well that was a clip of lifetime networks movie the college admissions scandal, the film was inspired by the real life bribery investigation that rocked hollywood and several major universities. neither of the lead characters are named after felicity huffman or lori loughlin the players and the real scandal. they're described instead is to moms who shared obsession with getting their teenagers into the best possible college. the movie the college admissions scandal premieres next month. or not it has been some 40 years since sony released its walkman and to celebrate the anniversary the company will release a brand new version. this anniversary edition doesn't actually play cassettes but it's a screen said screens saverin uth case. make it look like it does it's an android powered music player that stores up to 16 gigabytes of music. the new retro is just a limited release it will sell for about
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$500. 73 year-old woman from india is a brand new mom she gave birth to twins last week father is 80 years old, the proud parents are farmers and say they've always wanted children but it just never happened for them until now. doctors agreed to ivf and it was a success on the very first try. the twin girls were delivered via c section on thursday and that ended 9 long months of bed rest for mom congratulations to them asked >>a congressman isn't any age has been yet. well marty definitely going to be nice this weekend's money little bit cooler than normal look at those temperatures but then look at the middle of next week things are going to get a little bit warmer again but not too bad not too bad. yeah, all right well, thank you. rebecca, that is going to wrap things up for us, thanks so much for joining us, we'll see again next weekend right early at 07:00am don't forget. kron 4 news tonight. >>at 8.10 and always on kron 4 dot com and chron on have
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