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>> from the bay. area's news station. you're watching kron 4 news at 6. >> now at 6, another day of shootings across america were multiple victims are dead tonight. investigators now searching for answers in all of them. that is where we start this sunday night. welcome to kron. 4 news at 6 o'clock. everyone. i'm jonathan mccall. justine has the night off right now in austin, texas. a manhunt is underway for this man. you see on your screen. he is 41 year-old steven nicholas broaddrick. police say this former sheriff's detective in texas shot and killed 3 people this morning in austin broderick is currently facing a charge of assault of a
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child. investigators say the broderick is considered armed and dangerous detectives believe the shooting was not random and that he knew the 2 women and men killed in the shootings in the last few hours. another scene playing out tonight. this one in kenosha, wisconsin where authorities there say they now have a person of interest in custody in connection to a shooting overnight at a bar there that killed 3 people and injured 3 others detectives say the man was asked to leave a bar but came back a short time later and started firing tonight, a 16 year-old and an 18 year-old are now in custody in omaha, nebraska after a mall shooting there yesterday afternoon that shooting killed a man and injured a woman. police say the shooting was an isolated incident. plenty of those shootings. we'll continue to stay on top of them and have updates for you throughout the night here on the kron 4 back here at home. police are looking for 2 people for the murder of a 16 year-old boy. it happened shannondale drive we showed
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you the scene as breaking news last night here on kron 4 news at 10 investigators say the 2 people walked into a garage at a home when one of them started firing both of those suspects then left the scene. officers say they found the teen on the floor with several gunshot wounds. he died at that scene. officers say they also had to deal with a large crowd of folks home who made it tough for them to actually get to the 16 year-old 2 people arrested for obstructing officers. anyone with information on that shooting now urged to give any off. police a call. 2 people now facing charges of attempted murder of a police officer in sunnyvale tonight. police say they were investigating a suspicious car at a motel 6 when they came across paul garcia and kylie lawson. police say after that duo gave them some fake names. garcia started running from officers. that's when an officer fired a taser when they say they saw garcia reaching into his pants for an item that turned out to be a gun during a struggle to try
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to arrest him. that's when police say garcia fired 2 rounds, one of those bullets hitting him in the foot. police arrested lawson after they say she tried to get away from the scene in uber. 2 officers did suffer minor injuries. but both are expected to be okay in the east bay tonight. union city police along with the alameda county district attorney's office now addressing hate crimes within the a p i community today. they got a chance to meet with the public to answer some questions along with concerns kron four's. gayle ong was there. >> alameda county has seen an uptick in hate crimes since the pandemic. that's why the union city police department and the alameda county district attorney's office set up shop here at a local supermarket to bring awareness to the community. it's an effort union city resident rj regis appreciates. my mom is site. >> 50 years old and she she uses public transportation and sometimes it scares me to go from lee my sister picking up
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much as she can. regions have been worried about family amid a rise of reported attacks against asians over the course of the pandemic. police officers and members of the district attorney's office answered questions about hate crimes that the island pacific seafood market in union city sunday. one common concern victim assistance if they believe they're a victim of a crime. who could they call or who could they contact to just. >> determine whether or not it's a hate crime community members stumped by the tense to hear what resources are available in union city. we have had an increase in hate speech and some hate and what we've been doing is partnering with the district attorney's office because they've established a vertical prosecution unit. >> for these types of crimes to ensure that they are investigated and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. christopher jin, the deputy district attorney of alameda county wants people to know. >> there is help whether or not a crime is charged. we have victims of witness who will help the victims through the entire process, whether that's getting them funds, whether that's helping them to go to court or whether that's
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even describing them through the criminal procedure process. both agencies are reminding people to be extra vigilant. and we do ask that our community members be aware of their surroundings and take extra precaution just to ensure that they're safe wherever they are. we want to stick up for not only are asians brothers and sisters. but obviously those who are impacted because of the race and it's unfortunate that they're picking on people who are also elderly. they think that they're targets. and so you see something police say something. >> a similar event is planned for next month in union city gayle ong kron 4 news. >> tonight. america's top infectious disease expert believes that the pause on the troubled johnson and johnson covid-19 vaccine could be lifted by the end of the week. doctor anthony fauci says that new warnings, though, could be attached to it kron four's, washington correspondent jessi tenure has more.
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>> the cdc's vaccine advisory committee will examine data related to those concerns on friday fauci says there are still questions that need to be answered before then. >> i doubt very seriously. if they just cancel it. i don't think that's going to happen. doctor anthony fauci, the white house's chief medical adviser expects the return of the johnson and johnson vaccine. i don't think it's just going to go back and say, ok, everything's fine, go right back. i think it unlikely say, ok, we're going to use it, but be careful and to the certain circumstances, those types of warnings could include exclusions based on a person's age or. >> following the shots possible link to a small number of rare blood clots. but fauci says he doesn't want to get ahead of the fda and cdc assessments. when you talk to our colleagues in europe, particularly in the uk. it isn't only women. there are men involved and it isn't always associated with very controlled by any means. >> so i think we have to be careful. but marc short, the chief of staff to former vice president mike pence argues
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the paws of the vaccine is much more dangerous than the shot itself. >> it's a 1000 times more likely to suffer blood clots but birth control pill yet we're pausing it. >> it's time we can need to continue to deliver the vaccination short worries the temporary delay will only increase skepticism among americans. you're going to create hesitancy from people who should be getting the vaccination who now have doubts. but fauci says the pause is vital not only to further examine the vaccine. but to raise awareness among providers of the proper treatment. the pfizer and moderna ceo's have said it's likely people will eventually need a 3rd shot. but fauci says that's ultimately a decision to be made by public health officials, not pharmaceutical companies in washington. i'm jessi tenure. >> today's last day that ac transit will be offering free rides to folks to the oakland call in the coliseum vaccination site. the last ride is at 7 o'clock. the state recently told the agency that the shuttles were no longer needed. still to come
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here on kron 4 news at 6. a look back at the 19. '06, earthquake. 115 years after the devastated, san francisco. >> and i remember from him, from the freezer. ivory us on this warm sunday night. today was hot some spots. i'm tracking all the temperatures and how long this heat is going to last around the bay area. my complete forecast coming up after the break. stay with us.
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>> let's talk weather this sunday at 6 o'clock. a live look on top of mount tam kron, 4 meteorologist rebecca strong here tonight with a look at the forecasts. i didn't get any text messages about waiting on it. >> next time see heat up around the bay area. hopefully have a little bit more luck. yeah, it was definitely. >> warm to even hot in some spots, especially inland at the coast. it was pretty nice. you can went there and got some really fun. if you didn't have a pool. hey, next. the oceans always better right. but yes, lots of sunshine that we're still seeing her suitor tower camera outside right now at a nice clear shot of downtown san francisco and temperatures were definitely warm. well above today. in fact, look at this versus this time yesterday and yesterday was pretty warm. we're seeing anywhere from a 5 to even almost 10 degree difference in some spots conquered your 7 degrees warmer than where we were at this time yesterday. a couple of degrees for oakland about 5 for hayward and near
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10 for san jose. so definitely probably feeling even more different than where we're last night. so we're seeing pretty much still in the 80's, especially inland right now. you can see 80 degrees in livermore and dublin. a little bit cooler. those we're getting to our bayside spots 60's from berkeley and oakland and alameda. then the upper 70's for napa right now at 86 degrees. still and saint so how long are we going to this warm up will have all those answers coming up a little bit later. jonathan, back to you. >> rebecca, thank you. it is been more than 100 years since the devastating 19. '06, earthquake in san francisco. but it's still impacting life here
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>> 115 years ago today, a massive and deadly earthquake leveled to san francisco leading to a massive fire. the strong shocks lasting for just a minute but destroyed more than 20,000 buildings every single year. the city host a ceremony to remember that historic event kron four's, camila barco has a look at today's. >> sunday marks a 115 years since one of the most significant earthquakes of all time. now despite being in a pandemic. people in san francisco are still remembering the damage left behind from that event and the lives lost. >> the dress attire was playful slightly puffed
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sleeves that lotus it's in memory of april, 1819. '06, and before it was over. a few hours. >> the city at falling apart. >> at 05:11am a 7.9 earthquake shook san francisco to its core. a fire also broke out 250,000 people were homeless. 100,000 left town and more than 3,000 died in recognition for those first responders. >> for the people we lost during the 19 '06, 4, earthquake for the people we lost during this pandemic. let's take a moment of silence. >> thank across town. people gathered around the golden fire hydrant. it helps save lives during the event the fire was coming up from the city. >> and they carried in hoses up here put to brought the hoses down and put out the fires before they could burn
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down the church's mayor london breed calls out the heroes who helped rebuild the city from the ashes. she says the situation is similar to the one we're in now when i think about. >> san francisco in our resilience. that's what we've been talking about. this entire pandemic. we've come so far. >> one of the organizers tell me the earthquake survivors are no longer alive. the many family and friends of those people still join the community during the annual ceremony to remember them in san francisco camila barco kron 4 news. >> today. the centers for disease control and prevention now reporting that half of all american adults have received at least one dose of the covid-19 vaccine so far more than 209 million doses of the vaccine hsve been administered nationwide. 25% of the population now fully vaccinated the country will reach another milestone on monday when the vaccine will become available to all americans 16 and older
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tomorrow fences will go up around robin williams meadow in san francisco's golden gate park in anticipation of 4.20 coming up on tuesday last week, mayor london breed along with the city's parks department announced that the annual for 20 hippie hill event is once again canceled because of covid restrictions kron four's telling the psac ii talked with event organizers about the other ways that you can celebrate safely. >> for a second year in a row celebrations here are canceled and the city sending a strong no tolerance message to anyone who start about coming here. in addition to this whole area being fenced off sfpd and park rangers will be here to ensure that no gatherings take place. >> typically 10's of thousands of people are drawn to robin williams meadow in san francisco for 20. however, the annual celebrations here on the hill are again canceled this year. fences and barricades will go up around robin williams meadow on
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monday to prevent anyone from gathering for the high holiday on tuesday going to golden gate park for 4.20 is going to be a big waste of your time. >> it's going to be completely fenced and inaccessible in the help hippie hill area or a bear a cap or tune with san francisco recreation park says. >> the events canceled for a second year in a row due to concerns over the coronavirus been a really long year for all of us may know we're all itching to go out and do things with people. we're just not ready for a big celebration like for 20. >> we've come so far and we don't want to take any steps backwards. police and park rangers will disperse any large gatherings in citations may be issued. >> if people don't comply instead, people are encouraged to celebrate safely from home working with bernard the owner corner of of cookies. >> he's hosting a comedy show. hosted by michael blackson. paul you know, the ball's on there. get an incredible
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lineup. alex aquino is the organizer and event producer of the annual for 20 celebrations on hippie hill. >> well, the event will happen in person. he says there's plenty of virtual events happening on tuesday. those looking to take part of the celebrations from home can head to the website for be hill dot com over there. you'll find a link to all the live streamed event in virtual entertainment on tuesday in san francisco to lead the psac ii kron 4 news. >> the a's looking to break out the brooms as they look to sweep against the
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>> and now kron 4 sports. >> the giants in south beach looking to avoid the series sweep against the marlins last night's game with super late. so gave had to get creative with his bullpen miami, florida. definitely. one of the best road trips in sports. couple days in the sun. never hurt. no one. alex wood made his first start of the season and he was super solid on the bump. he allowed just 3 hits and struck out 4 in 5 innings. top of the 3rd brandon belt smokes. one to first. this one is ruled an error baseball is tough man. let's goes into a second. and with that leads to this dickerson. alex dickerson with the single to shallow right. that gives analysts tell it comes on into scoring the giants on the board. it's one nothing now. check out this defensive play from austin slater. he tracks down
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the well hit ball office center for. to rob you rob pablo lopez of the hit. >> 7th inning. camille doble. >> making his major league debut for the giants. he was very impressive in his ending of work. he struck out 2 and a 1, 2, 3 frame. it was a spectacular day for the giants. bullpen gave up no hits in 4 innings. trevor rogers gets the groundout for the final out giants win one to nothing. let's go out to oakland and check in on the hottest team in baseball. a hosting the tires bottom of the 4th. no score until ramon loriano takes this bad boy on a right to center field that hits the its course and lauriano is in on a triple. top of the 6 now 2 on for harold castro and he smokes one into right field for a base hit. 2 runs will come into score and just like that. the tigers take the lead bottom of the 8th. sean murphy
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sends one to left center very well here in that is a's tie on a solo blast. a good one. bottom of the night now also scored on an error 8th. they go on to sweep the tigers. 3 to 2. your final. alright boxing can be overlooked here in the bay area. but every now and then a local boxer comes along with the talent to the man's people of demand people's attention. we saw it with oakland's own andre ward who will be inducted into the boxing hall of fame this summer. and i think we might be seeing it again with another local native of the town meet david lopez skate right here. he's 17 year-old and he's had a buzz amongst local boxing circles for a while now and for good reason. david is well on his way to turning that local buzz into a national spotlight.
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>> the big blow to head. he didn't choose bought. >> it kind of i went to the gym and my dad. my brother every day. >> i saw them praying and saying i decided to pick up the gloves and a united would more >> located came perfecting his craft it takes a lot of sacrifice, a lot of dedication and a lot of my time is put into a box and. you know, it's hard having to balance school and walks but i find a way to do both. it's paid off. >> on march 23rd at just 17 years old. became one of the youngest fighters to ever sign a professional contract with mayweather promotions. i grew up watching floyd mayweather a lot when i was younger. >> so for me to be signed to mayweather promotions was a big deal for me. and it's just a first up on my dream. >> the folks over at mayweather promotions believe david following floyd's footsteps. >> we just really excited about our future of where we're going. and, you know,
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floyd's retirement now. so it's about building that next generation of young fighters. david, no cases can be part part big part of that. >> that would be expected. david, to get in the ring for his debut as soon as june in the meantime, david will remain down same thing that got him here. i know a lot of spot on the inside. the motion is a big deal and have to be in the gym every day to hold my spot and i know a lot of people want. what i have is set to meet and what i have and, you know, really take advantage what i'm doing.
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