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the corner. we're still going to be enjoying some temperatures that ate actually going to be our coolest today. so savor every minute of what we've still got out there looking outside this morning at your barkhad arrow camera. we do have a cool coastal breeze. it's pretty evident when you look at that fat flags there that are pushing around in the wind. also that cloudy the bay bridge illuminating that bottom level of clouds that is sitting right above bridge level. so bridge visibility is fine. if you are heading up into upper elevations like highway 1792 or from hayward on over to livermore in the tri valley. do watch out for some pockets. a low cloud cover and also some pockets of wet conditions as we are seeing some mist to drizzly not as much as yesterday, but certainly some of it winds from the coastline will continue to push this cool coastal air into our inland areas today and that's why today is actually going to be our coolest day for some of our inland valleys 50's for current temperatures. a nice way to start off what will be a nice afternoon talking more
about that. and the weekend warm-up all still to come, erica, thank you, john. well, right now not picking up any major hot spots. but. >> that will probably change in a bed. but right now, if you plan on taking any of the bridges. it's looking great bay bridge in both directions looking great as well as the san mateo bridge. it's a quick drive time right now of just 13 minutes out to highway one. oh, one in the peninsula has 4 westbound 24 year from walnut creek to the 5.80. looking smooth. you can see where in the green just 11 minutes right now. so not too many cars on the road just yet. southbound 6.80 from dublin to fremont just a 13 minute drive time and other times around the bay here highway one. oh, one from morgan hill to san jose just 9 minutes. and if you plan on taking barter caltrain this morning. i'm not tracking any delays just oo know. for those of you who do take the ace trains east 7.10
is still suspended. james and darya. >> thanks a lot. the big story this morning is in the east bay. 2 people are dead, several others in critical condition after a chaotic and dangerous holiday weekend. oakland's police chief says it was one of the most violent 4th of july holidays that he can remember with kron four's theresa stasi with more on what happened. >> chaos and disorder on the streets of oakland. this is what faced residents living in the east bay city on the 4th of july in a 24 hour period. the police chief monday listing off the shootings. the deaths, the assaults on officers, the crime which engulfed the at about 06:25pm in the 5400 block. 5700 block of a little bit. elizabeth street where a male adult. >> 29 years old. was shot multiple times while driving in his vehicle. that sort of led to the beginning of a very challenging even for officers as well for the community. take a closer look in total.
there were 7 shootings. one ruled a homicide. >> one in critical condition. one a suspicious death and then a shooting where a woman found bleeding was rushed to the hospital and then there is this dangerous sideshows popping up at intersections throughout oakland to exacerbate the problem even worse. >> we encountered a very large and extremely violent and dangerous side show. >> this sideshow reached a number of over 300 vehicles in over 200 additional spectators. a significant dangerous threats to our officers. why the use of firearms as well lasers pointed at the officers and then objects being thrown at the officers as if that's not bad enough illegal fireworks exploded in the sky call centers. overwhelmed. >> flooded with complaints and a police force on able to keep up. >> opd was unable to manage any fireworks related activity
in from my perspective, it was not appropriate for us to focus on fireworks. why we we're seeing experience in the potential loss of life. >> chief ended on this brief. but significant summation on where his city is and what happens next and response to lawlessness. >> this is a warm summer. we have 67 homicides. this is been a different year. this has been this year has been challenging for us since the beginning going into 2020. it has not slowed and so i don't you know, previously. i would have told you that hopefully this slows down the pandemic allows these things to open back up. but we haven't seen theresa kron 4 news. >> there's so much violence and so many calls for service that ambulances and paramedics are having a real hard time keeping up with the volume of calls. >> our fall and the last system was over inundated with calls and they were unable to respond in a timely manner to
the and so everybody was consumed with these issues not only the police department. also ambulances didn't have enough resources that come out of the system is and that just goes to show to the level of violence that we were managing is that we didn't have ambulances available to you know, comment provide medical support. >> ambulance service in the city of oakland is provided through a service called fall cuts a 5 year contract with alameda county, the agency provides service to most of alameda county chief armstrong go says that officers had to step up to provide medical services for several of the victims. they were just inundated. >> contra costa county firefighters responded more than 50 fires on july 4th. most of them grass fires, including this one near 6.80, in martinez. it got dangerously close to some homes. but none was damaged despite the busy night. fire officials say they're actually fewer fires this 4th of july than there were last year.
>> temperatures were slightly lower last compared to the year before and unity is recycling higher and that no doubt contributed to a lot of grass fires that might have started taking hold not doing so last night. >> most cars in contra, costa county came from the pittsburgh antioch area. there were also several medical calls related to fireworks and we should get more details about that later this week. 5. '06, right now. take a look at the mess left behind in san francisco before and after pictures 3rd street and burke avenue. public works crews have been picking up debris dumped by people who set off illegal fireworks look at all of that trash. it was also busy in the north bay police responding to several sideshows and illegal fireworks explosions in vallejo. take a look at videos posted on social media shows the hundreds of people on the streets there. at least 11 sideshows were spotted all
across the city of vallejo sunday night gunshots from automatic weapons. we're in the crowd and at one of the side shows to spectators were hit by cars doing donuts along broadway and illinois. a police spokesperson says that responding officers were met with fireworks being thrown at them. and then the next morning businesses along broadway street were seen left damaged and tagged with graffiti. city leaders say that people need to be held accountable for this because they're wild stunts. their illegal events and they're dangerous in the south bay san jose made it illegal to promote sideshows and social media threatening people with fines and possible jail time. santa rosa, police say 35 year-old man was killed in a drive-by shooting. 3 others were also shot. 2 of them. >> we're teenagers. this happened early yesterday morning on beechwood drive.
that's just west of highway one. oh, one, we have kron four's taylor sacking now with more on what happened there. >> santa rosa. police say the suspects are still out there and family members of the victims who i spoke with off camera say they're very worried police say the suspects got away after crashing their car and then running from that area. they're now using all information from and inside that vehicle to track down whoever is responsible. >> a memorial now grows at beechwood greenwood drives in santa rosa after a drive-by shooting early monday morning that left 35 year-old javier montez dead and 3 others injured. santa rosa police say it all happened after a large illegal fireworks gathering with up to 100 people when officers arrived out there. we found 4 people have been shot by. >> a suspected drive-by shooting. one person was deceased. 2 teenagers were shot and one female in her late 20's was also shot sergeant her and says. >> he 29 year-old woman in 17 year-old female are currently
in critical condition. on a 16 year-old boy has non life threatening injuries, bullet holes and markers are now left behind. indicating up to 30 rounds were fired. says the suspects were in a silver honda accord when they started shooting initially hitting 3 of the victims as the vehicle tried to flee the area. he says there was a second exchange of gunfire where someone in the crowd fired back. that's when a bullet struck the 29 year-old woman outside of her home when the drive-by shooting happened, the car actually crashed into a parked vehicle and the suspects fled from the car so we do have that car to running down. anybody associated with that car right now. >> anything we found in the car trying to run down those leads and some witness statements, police don't believe the 2 teenagers or a 29 year-old woman were targeted but instead caught up in the gunfire of others may have had gang ties in the crowd. we know that people most neighborhoods ring cameras or surveillance footage, people just around that midnight time but after a little bit before really checking those cameras, seeing what you may have on there
even if you just see someone running past. >> police are urging neighbors who live in the area to check their surveillance cameras. if you have any information about the incident or the suspects. please contact the police and santa rosa taylor kron 4 news. >> all right, thank you, taylor now, check out this video. it shows thieves making a break for it from the marcus store in downtown san francisco. watch the doors. there they come arms full of thousands of dollars worth of handbags. as many as 10 thieves apparently took off with those stolen handbags. again, this was a unit square. and as with the camera panned, you'll see they're waiting getaway cars that one appeared to look like a white 2 door infiniti with tinted windows. >> this is the 3 getaway cars, least. yeah. so this is the second neiman marcus to be hit in the bay area may remember there was a similar incident happened back in may. but that was a store at the stanford shopping center. we're doing some quick math. it had to be at least. >> i mean, think it look, that guy has like 5 or 6 most of
you have 3 bags of peace. 10 crooks 30 bags 5,000 bucks a bag. you know, you have ridge more than a $100,000 potentially. yeah. gone. >> all right. 5.10, is the time. still ahead vice president kamala harris is touting president biden's infrastructure plan as lawmakers are hopefully getting ready for a bipartisan vote on capitol hill. we'll have the very latest from washington. >> and after the break, california is dealing with several large wildfires and illegal fireworks didn't make it and easier for them across the state will take a closer look. >> and back to a little bit of cloud cover sitting across the bay area this morning as we've gotten used to during our morning hours later on today. expect sunshine cited inland spots. but cloudy conditions holding on tight near the coastline and some of our coolest temperatures of the forecast. i've got more auout our weekend. more about still to come. >> so we're starting to see more cars on the road let you know of any major traffic collisions coming up. stay with us.
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>> actively burning across california. the hot, dry conditions. they say feel more like what they would typically expect unlike late august cannot early july. nancy loo has more. >> and ongoing air attack in shasta county is helping. but the salt fire rages on a spark from a vehicle along i 5 ignited the fire last week and it is now grown to about 11,000 acres at least 27 homes have been destroyed so far. and it happened within i want to say like 15 minutes. it was just exploding. tiffany barber evacuated. her home in lake had along with her fiance and their 2 young sons just in time. but they have lost everything it seems so surreal. i i'm still heartbroken. you know, i can't look at the photos without crying. >> it's it's very hard. you know, even just not even the things that we buy. but. you know, i have memory boxes from
my son's. there been no reports of casualties. but the salt fires also damage the power infrastructure, so pg and e is out making repairs. >> just to the north is the state's biggest battle in siskiyou county. but there's not shot down. the bottom of it is no >> the lava fire was sparked by lightning 2 weeks ago and it has scorched about 25,000 acres so far, mainly in the shasta-trinity national forest. >> the ongoing wildfires amid a severe drought made for a nervous night as fireworks lit up the skies all over the state. in san diego and many points beyond the celebration of a nationwide, all kinds of crowds. but beyond the professional shows. there were a lot of the legal displays in la county and other communities, including fresno. >> despite crackdowns and warnings about the fire threat. illegal rockets look to be everywhere. in fresno,
keeping law enforcement and firefighters busy crews even deployed a drone. one of the thoughts was to use that drone as additional bit of technology to try to provide us with locations on aerial fireworks. >> got to be yeah. especially with it to getting hotter as we get into the weekend and it's always the case after the 4th of july. even after new year's to people have leftover fireworks. yeah. i feel like all fun will do it next weekend. we'll get. we'll we'll so they're on the watch this all week for people setting off fireworks shot and this weekend it's going to be like triple digits. exactly. at least we were spared that peak fire danger by what was a cooler past 4th of july weekend humidity was also relatively high. >> and that definitely helped us out with fire potential in the bay area that changes as we make our way into next week. so i know that those crews are going to keeping a close eye on that. partly because fire danger is going to increase along with temperatures along with this continued dry weather. we're
still tapping into cool sea breeze this morning 2 more days of it before we really switch things up for the remainder of this forecast bay bridge this morning. city ring under that cloudy blanket. you could actually see that sea breeze on the flags. atop appear in my 19 right there along the embarcadero skies are going to remain cloudy for the rest of the morning. it will actually stay cloudy along the coastline throughout the course of the day today as high pressure strengthens across the region. it's going to cut off this cool coastal breeze from reaching inland valleys in the bay area. that's what's going to result in your heat spike just a couple of days from now. so while we're still tapping into the cool coach ocean air do enjoy it. today is actually going to be the coolest day for our inland valleys. and you'll see that here in your 4 zone forecast 50's 60's for your highs. in san francisco and right along the coastline today. well, temperatures on the bay side anywhere from the 60's to 70's even cooler for the south bay today. remember those 80's that you had yesterday. today. it's just
70's san jose at 77 campbell, a nice 79 degrees. also down into the 70's for the tri valley with pleasanton and livermore each at 78 concord and walnut creek. you hold on to the low 80's. but again, this is our coolest day of this forecast that's going to feel really good compared to where we're heading. vacaville are only spot at 90 degrees. a bit of a sign of things to come and something that the central valley has already been sitting in for well over a week now, thursday is when our heat wave really starts to build back in and by friday, saturday and sunday are inland. areas of climbed back into the triple digits. 80's along the bay 60's staying put right along the coast. erika, thank you for that, sean. well, i've been keeping my eye on the roads and i haven't been seeing any major traffic collisions that would be impacting your commute. so far. >> we'll see where we're at in an hour. but we are seeing more cars out on the road. it's looking good if you're taking the richmond, sandra fell bridge this morning. it's still just 7 minutes out to highway one. oh, one, the
golden gate bridge is also looking excellent right now in both directions. as you can see a few cars moving by. it's an 18 minute drive time out to the toll plaza one. oh, one in the north bay along the peninsula down to san jose is in the green. it's a quick commute. no major hot spots right now out there as well. it's only 27 minutes. if you're going from san jose to menlo park right now. and then on state route 4 from antioch to concord. under 15 minutes looking great so far westbound 80 out to the maze. just 15 minutes. you can also see there in the east bay all in the green right 6.80 from dublin to fremont just 14 minutes. the 2.37 from milpitas to sunnyvale is a fast. 6 minute drive time. 5.20, is a time. and in national news congress is home for the july 4th recess. but there's still work happening behind the scenes. yes, a lot
of work being done right now. so that hopefully lawmakers will vote on a bipartisan infrastructure deal when they come back. we've got and we're looking live in dc with the very latest on those efforts this morning. >> and a good morning. >> good morning, james and when senators return back here to washington next week. we'll have a hefty to do is to complete before returning back home for the august recess. but at the top of that to do list is a massive infrastructure deal. >> vice president kamala harris spent the holiday weekend touting the administration's infrastructure deal. it would be the largest long-term infrastructure investment in nearly a century in our country. it would be even bigger. then the hoover dam. and it would create a whole lot of jobs for carpenters and joiners and traits. people of all kinds here is carpenters at a press conference in nevada that the 5 year 973 billion dollar bill would go to rebuild roads and bridges and includes money to
build a national network of electric vehicle charging stations upgrade. the electrical grid and improve drinking water. we need to get this framework across the finish line. the administration says 90% of the expected 1 million jobs created from this deal. >> could go to workers without a college degree. >> this is a generational investment. >> but some republicans like texas congressman michael mccaul aren't convinced. i worry. >> they're going expand health care and education of nothing to do with you know, with infrastructure. mccaul said on fox news sunday that the bipartisan bill might be the only chance to pass an infrastructure plan. >> but warns negotiators to keep it straight forward. if you're really serious about look at traditional infrastructure that is roads forages rural broadband which is so important to the country right now. >> they're not much up with things have nothing to do with infrastructure. >> and president biden and vice president kamala harris
plan to make several more trips across the country in the next few weeks to pitch this deal directly to the american people for now live in washington. i'm anna wiernicki. back to you, ok. thank you. anna. >> 5.22. is the time and coming up on the kron 00:00am morning news travel is back. we're going to hear from airline passengers about sfo and what it's like to fly again. america's best tasting original oatmilk silk ♪
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checking out sfo. while yesterday was crazy sock. it will know this because you did get up for work like one of the busiest days that they've seen in a long time with a lot of folks coming back to traveling after the pandemic enjoying their first full holiday where they can be out about in many cases. you know, free of the mask right yeah. the tsa says the number of people traveling by air is now close to what it was before the pandemic. >> that's about 4 million people as a foe travelers. as you said, james, have to wear the mask until at least mid september. so if you are flying, make sure you have a mask. we talk to people about what it's like to fly again. >> going to be maskless soon. and i think that attack 100 people are asked are traveling just because they to go somewhere else at the same time. as long as people feel safe. but i can't complain. also a tally and send you to. >> and those was is there a way more open and free was the business go there to see parts of were more reserve. a more cautious purple.
>> yeah, well, don't forget travelers. going to hawaii are required to get a covid test before entering unless you are vaccinated in hawaii, although this coming thursday, the governor there is expected to allow people vaccinated here on the mainland. >> to submit that. okay for backs. i thought i was changing when next week. that day, this thursday that changes so because you didn't get your vaccine likely in hawaii, because you're here yeah. by the way, traffic wise. i warn remember enroll stores do not travel at this time 5 o'clock. i was driving last night. >> all it was it was it was passed as we predicted as daryn. 5.27 right now. it's still ahead on the kron 4 morning news the highly contagious delta variant now the dominant variant in california. >> and there's a new push from state lawmakers to get more people vaccinated.
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because i would have needed a lot for that now. i actually did get a little bit of mist on my which up enough that had to activate wants. john, just just that one time that sometimes it's a wonder to you with a live person doesn't like the everyone is just preference of the wipers, but you probably will want to at least once or twice because. >> yeah, you may encounter some of those misty spots. a little bit of coastal drizzle. honestly not as much as we had yesterday, though, yesterday, we really saw some wet spots, especially closer to the coastline today. it's obviously still very gray out there that you're trend of weather. we've enjoyed lately. no sky july kind of stuff looking outside this morning and our east bay berkeley hills camera. you're in the midst of that low lying cloud cover and us. it's our hillsides as cloud cover sitting right above the bay itself that you will be seeing some lower visibility berkeley a testament to that right now. as you can see, much up there currently visibility on our bridges is for the most part just fine but do watch for some slick spots as we have seen some misty conditions
today is about to be our coolest day of this forecast has that steady sea breeze cools us all down some of our inland areas only in the 70's this afternoon. pretty nice way to spend the day. all in all dublin at 56 livermore fremont, hayward alameda pittsburgh each at 57. i have more on your forecast still to come, erica. >> thank you, john. >> well, we are seeing a little more cars out on the road. as you can see here, checking in on our camera if you're heading over the bay bridge into san francisco. but still no major, hot spots both directions are looking smooth. >> notice. the san mateo bridge. last time we checked in on this camera. we didn't see as many cars, but you can see the difference now more people on the road. but still or drive time hasn't been impacted. it's 13 minutes out to highway one o one in the peninsula. dunbarton branch. 12 minutes from 8.80, out to menlo park. still looking good in both directions right now. south bay from san jose to
cupertino on interstate 2.80. it's about 10 minutes for your drive time. so on state route 4 from antioch to concord 15 minutes, 8.80, from san leandro to milpitas 21 minutes and with the one o one looking great as mentioned to drive times under half an hour. back to you. thanks a lot, erica. >> now to our coronavirus coverage and the highly contagious delta variant, which by the way, is now the dominant strain in california being blamed for 36% of all cases across the state. that's a big jump from what we had in may when the delta variant accounted for less than 6% of all cases and it was only about 2% of all cases back in april. so the numbers are really spiking in sacramento. the state capital is now struggling to contain its own coronavirus outbreak in with the delta variant. >> one state senator is proposing all state employees be required to get the vaccine may have our capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala. now to explain. >> we have a responsibility to
the public. to to take public health precautions for celts. >> for our co-workers and to protect members of the public state. senator scott wiener is calling on all public employees, including elected officials to get vaccinated. we are elected officials or legislative staffers. whether we are. firefighters or police officers are working at the dmv. we're homeless outreach workers. we are all interacting with the public. and we also are keeping the government open working and functioning. the push comes as 9 state capitol employees and staff members in the assembly have tested positive for covid-19 within about a week. the most recent memo sent over the weekend said the latest 2 people to test positive were fully vaccinated and wearing masks. they think they're you know, we're covering as we've seen with. >> with many people, the public and state senator melissa melendez weighing in on the push to vaccinate public employees. i've always believed that vaccination is a personal choice. and i understand those are, you
know, are very fearful getting this virus and really they would prefer that everyone get vaccinated whether it's public employees or private employees. >> but that's not resemble the strains of the capital cases are unknown. the effort to contain the outbreak comes as california's most dominant strain is the infectious delta variant the state's positivity rate is increasing slightly. at 1.5% as of monday state data shows about 60% of california's population is fully vaccinated for now state lawmakers say there are no plans to push legislation mandating public employees get vaccinated wiener pointing to san francisco now requiring all city workers to get vaccinated. we should see that more broadly agencies should be mandating and so forth. it's not about legislation think it would be a tough sell. certainly. >> but that has never stopped people before forward balance that aren't necessarily popular. >> state. health officials say they are prepared for slight increases in cases and hospitalizations. but at the moment they say they do not anticipate any threat to the
state's health care system. capacity at the state capitol. ashley zavala kron 4 news 5.35. is a time and a man wanted for a string of armed robberies in san jose is arrested in antioch. >> police say that cameron conley led them on a high-speed chase on highway 4 near hillcrest avenue. the chase ended in the hidden glen neighborhood where conley rammed 3 patrol cars with his car and then ran into somebodys house. police arrested him after a brief struggle. rohnert park police are investigating the death of a 21 year-old student at sonoma state who was hit by a car yesterday afternoon. it was around noon on east avenue. just off the campus. it's believed the student at just stepped off the center median while crossing the street. police identified the driver as 19 year-old ronald gaither of penn grove. investigators are looking into whether distracted driving is to blame. >> in other national heatlines now the death toll from the
collapse. condo in florida has now risen to 28. we have a 117 people still unaccounted for. more remains were found after crews finished demolishing the rest of the partially collapsed building. we've got rudabeh shahbazi with more. >> what's left of champlain towers south and everything in it people's homes belongings and memories. now a pile of rubble and dust in the air. 20 minutes later crews were back on the pile searching for any sign of life and recovering more bodies. the mayor of surfside calling impending tropical storm elsa a blessing in disguise, hastening the decision to bring the rest of the tower down allowing engineers to control when and how the building came down and where it fell. rescuers can
now access a large area for the first time and bring in heavy equipment speeding up the effort that happened to be where a lot of the master bedrooms are. >> that they they have made identifications from there been an accessible and then because there are likely a lot of people who are sleeping at that time. unfortunately in that in that part of it as more bodies are recovered. a prominent surfside. rabbi. >> trying to find a way to console grieving families unable to give their mothers fathers, children and siblings. a proper burial. there's nothing. >> you can say to them that makes sense because there is no sense to this. >> and as rescuers search for a miracle in the voids in the debris. a void in the skyline and in the heart of a grieving community. >> property that
>> there was an emergency hearing right before the demo where residents pleaded with a judge to let them go back inside and look for their pets that motion was denied because the building was so unsafe. but the miami dade county mayor says fire crews went in 3 separate times to look for animals. they also sent in drones and use geo thermal imaging and that no animals were found before the building came down. meantime, out. here we are feeling the effects of tropical storm elsa. but crews say that will not prevent them from continuing the search 24 hours a day. back to you. >> time now is 9 to 5.39 and coming up, a california prison inmate steals off fire engine and goes joyride. we'll see how it ended. and weeks after the deadly mass shooting in san jose. we have an update on san jose. we have an update on the th service in the south. expertly tailored eye care.
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and the equipment and the computers that are all necessary to resume service. all of that has to be repaired and replaced the light rail system spans more than 40 miles in the south bay traveling from san jose to mountain view before the pandemic. more than 30,000 people road each day and now it's completely shut down while they conduct those evaluations. we'll take a break at 5.43. >> we'll be right back.
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philadelphia. schmear perfection. >> i 45 and a family reunion in decades in the making during the 4th of july holiday weekend. a marine corps veteran in alabama finally met his daughter from overseas. lauren layton has their story. >> first between father and daughter after more than 6 decades of separation. >> i that always 81 year-old marine corps veteran thomas williams always knew he fathered a child from our relationship. he had while stationed in the philippines friend of mine murray. >> shelby a pitcher. >> i don't know whether it was a little girl aboard so small. >> if your baby.
>> but he was never able to find is now 62 year-old daughter tylan rosser. she only learned the hidden truth that the father she grew up with was not hers prior to her mother's death. she had dementia. >> and she was several stages did. but when i asked her, was he my biological father. all she can. the house you remember was just william highlands daughter gifted her a dna test from ancestry dot com. and when she took it, i got some information like maybe 6 weeks san carlo minor williams. >> is first cousin or close relative. it was it. that must be the william that my mom was seeing william, the 2 met virtually when thomas's american born children began to plan the surprise of a lifetime bringing tylan her children and her grandchildren from their home in ohio to alabama for the 4th of july no >> the 2 spoke about his time station in the philippines catching up on the little
things are going end. >> nice >> and having tough conversations to my mother her money. i didn't come back. i've >> the day was filled with tears and laughter. exactly what you'd expect from a family reunion either >> my >> story. buy 40 right now. and we're taking a look at the back to work. back to whatever you have to do every afternoon this week. have some kind of chore on the list. osha james. yes, well, your wife has a something on the very long to do this. good morning, >> well hopefully in this four-day workweek, you can get i think a lot of people are going to be stepping outside trying to do some catch-up work after maybe taking it too
easy on your holiday monday yesterday. you're north calhoun. the weather center forecast this morning is showing something we're pretty used to at this point. the gray skies that we have out we're not looking at a lot of sunshine just yet. you can see coit tower in the distance. there. it's actually still lit up in the red white blue transitioning between the callers this morning. still in the 4th of july spirit looking out there at radar. we do have some drizzly spots on our roadways. so you may be turning on the windshield wiper just a time or 2 high pressure is now beginning to strengthen back in across the region. eventually going to cut off the access to that cool kocian the ocean air for inland areas and those inland areas are going to feel the heat because of it today. on the other hand, we still do have that cool breeze sweeping all the way inland and that actually means that today's daytime highs going to be some of the coolest of this forecast. look at where we're heading today. livermore, you're only at 78 for your high today. san jose. gorgeous 77 well hayward san francisco and oakland in the 60's santa
rosa in antioch in the 80's. but very tolerable tomorrow, temperatures will remain similar after this, though, is when we really start to see the heat building triple digits. returning widespread to our inland areas by friday, saturday and sunday as he builds along with dry weather. that means fire danger will increase erica. >> thanks, john. well, i've been keeping my eye on the roads. i have seen the couple fender benders, but nothing major. that's affecting traffic right now. we do see more cars on the road. but it's just 13 minutes out to fremont street. so the time has gone up a little bit but still smooth from if you're crossing the family tale bridge this morning. you do notice more cars on the road for says about an hour ago. just 12 minutes, though, out to one o one. we don't see any issues on the high rise as well as coming back. that's looking good as well. westbound 24 from creek to the 5.80, that's 11 minutes. if you're taking that this morning, if you're going to take the 6.80 from dublin to
fremont. you're looking at a drive time under 15 minutes. so notice some of numbers have gone up just a little bit, but still not too bad. pretty normal since we're seeing more cars out on the road from antioch to concord on the 4.16 minutes and on interstate 5.80, livermore to dublin just 10 minutes. back to you. >> thank you very much for the 5.51. is the time in a california prison inmate who was part of a fire crew stole a fire engine and took it for a joyride. ended up in a ditch. it happened in el dorado county with lonnie wong walking us through how it all played out. >> first grabs. the fire truck security cameras pick up a fire truck in the distance apparently doing donuts on the dirt. it was part of a response to this grass fire and shingle springs that included a prison crew based in georgetown neighborhood resident bill wild is on scene because firefighters went to the wrong location. at first he was glad a crew was there. those guys will be here all night. >> working hard. you know, this is great news and then a
couple minutes later, the guy took off with the fire tracked with the chief chasing after him. the suspect led chp units on the slow speed chase through the dirt before trip that 100 feet of fencing and into the yard of a truck a company or inventory was stacked up to be actually landed on top of a couple of them. >> and drags it through the parking lot sparking slammed into one of our trucks leaving behind a trail of twisted steel. travis thompson was astounded at what he saw before viewing his security video customers who had to endure long waits because of the steel shortage will have to wait some more. we have product. that's damage. we have fencing. that's our we have sacks of rocks that were set to go to customers. it's going to be a big hit to us. you can see what kind of damage and out of control fire truck the owners of the companies say they haven't yet told with their losses. but they say they were also lucky because no one was injured. other than the suspect. the suspect apparently suffered cuts and scratches after he ended up in this ditch. the engine was severely damaged. well said. the inmate tried to
get away before being captured. piled on the guy until the sheriff's office could get here. it was a wild ride for neighbors to who are preparing to evacuate. new column back and say there's a convict loose in the neighborhood lock all the doors and don't go outside it's change that they're allowing the inmate crews to be doing stephan such a residential area cal fire. investigators were on scene to investigate the incident but only thing that the suspect is now in custody. lonnie wong fox 40 news. >> 5.53. and we'll be right back.
>> 5.55 the time barry baseball, the giants clinging to first place in the national league west at the dodgers nipping at their heels. but they're still in first. they were taking on the st. louis cardinals, the game was scoreless until the 7th inning. and that's when the cardinals scored 2 runs the giants didn't have much of an answer for that. so in the end they went down in defeat 5 to 3 was the final score. the 2 teams will play again tonight. first pitch set for 6.45 oracle park. meanwhile, the oakland a's they were off yesterday. so diving highlights for them. but they'll be back in action tonight in houston tonight, taking on the astros. time now is 5.56 and coming up in the next hour. police overwhelmed by sideshows. >> in the north bay. >> and now lawmakers want harsher punishments will tell you what they're doing. and the holiday weekend proved to be a very dangerous one in
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>> and thanks for waking up with us on a back to work tuesday after the 4th of july long weekend. i'm darya pulse and i'm james fletcher. and if you did head back on monday. as you know, you weren't alone. no, no. i was in that traffic for no good minute we headed out onto the freeway. and when. >> i people know and i would just go to the store. only welcome back. i'm glad you had a safe holiday. we've got a weather checks here before we head out to to the to arrest the headlines. and john, we're looking at what kind of week ahead. so we can change ahead of today still on that cool track that we've been on for a bit now. little cloudy to start some sunshine to finish. but a really comfortable afternoon. >> starting thursday are really going to notice our inland areas getting warmer and warmer. and that sets us up for a downright hot weekend just around the corner at least we save this heat for this upcoming weekend as it was on the 4th of july that we were in the extreme heat looking outside this morning at our half moon bay camera. definitely on the gray side. and in fact, the coast you're