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widow black. what you have tickets for have those who the day they became available. when are you going to have the kids couple together. yeah. we've got a pretty cool. we're going to like a dinner and a movie thing. it be the first time that you're out. no kind of all right. well, that's going to be a good weekend for movies. my right as i look at your hundreds, it's going to be an excellent good for see the movie theater or whatever you got to do to stay cool because no longer are those 80's sticking around for inland areas like we saw over the holiday weekend this past weekend. >> now we're working our way back into that hot summer weather pattern. a triple digits. do make their return as soon as tomorrow. for a couple cities and more and more of our inland cities come friday may be a good one to go see a movie this morning. on the other hand, it is still pretty cool. and we've got that deep in marine layer overhead can't see the top of the transamerica building as it is just shrouded in that low lying cloud cover that is
resulting in misty to drizzly conditions. watch out for a few wet spots out there maybe turning on that windshield wiper a time or 2 now winds from the coastline are significant this morning. we actually do have a high wind advisory on the altamont pass. for those of you traveling from tracy orr livermore on over the past. do. watch out for those stronger gusts that you definitely won't be able to miss. as you make that crossing 50's for current temperatures fremont's concord at 57 oakland dublin, livermore and hayward. all at 56 erica. >> thank you, john. all right. now throughout the east bay taking the 6.80 south just be careful in case you happen to be exiting at sycamore valley road out in danville. there was a traffic collision and one of the lanes is blocked there as for our bridges still looking good throughout the bay area. here's a look over the golden gate bridge. just a few cars moving by no issues there. you're looking at 18 minutes out to the toll plaza
and then westbound 24 from walnut creek to the 5, 80 looking at 11 minutes. don't see any issues out there yet. an 8.80, from san leandro to milpitas. a quick 90 minute drive. if you're heading from santa cruz to los gatos on the 17. no problems there and either directions just 20 minutes back to you. it's a lot of 5. '02. happening today. a critical meeting plan to review the oakland a's billion dollar plan for a waterfront stadium at howard terminal the next chapter a green light today could very well move the project closer. >> to a vote by the oakland city council. some of the steps that seems to try to get this thing that camila. barco has the very latest, though. >> from the newsroom this morning. kayla. >> how old are against the out. according to the city of oakland, this proposed ballpark could be the largest private investment in any major league baseball park nation wide. and today will be the first time city leaders have the opportunity to discuss the terms for a
potential deal and financing options. and this is what the new open a ballpark could look like if the plan makes a home run. the stadium plan to be at howard terminal would see about 34,000 people. the part park would anchor a new vibrant waterfront district with a new hotel and entertainment complex and new jobs. now the 1 billion dollars ballpark would be financed by the oakland a's and the team's president is fighting to make this project a reality. >> the city is actually going see an incredible amount of benefits in terms of community benefits, things like money for affordable housing workforce development. the question is does oakland want a baseball team. it sounds so simple, doesn't it. but it really does come down to that. what i am saying. >> be careful what you wish for because if the aged to leave and mark my words, if there's no ballpark deal done. they are right at the end of baseball's had. >> now the a's current home is
at the oakland coliseum. the team's president says he and the owners remain committed to to oakland the commissioner says they can look elsewhere. they have had their eye on las vegas and made trips to explore their options. and according to the mlb, if the project goes through they plan to revitalize the coliseum with a large park. new housing and a community gathering space now oakland's mayor is on board. but city council members are still debating they're the ones that have the last word and the final vote is scheduled for july. 21st star. james, back to you, ok. we'll see what happens. thank you very much. camilla. >> 5. '04. and today governor newsom is going to be in contra, costa county, part of his clean california day of action highlighting a new initiative meant to revitalize public spaces with things like literal movil and beautification projects. that event starts at 9.30. new this morning. police in burlingame are warning about a possible mountain lion hanging around
in the 1800 block of loyola drive. somebody reported seeing mountain lion jumping a fence there. police searched the area, but they couldn't find him. >> a big story this morning, growing concerns over the rise in crime in san francisco and its impact on tourism this is city officials are trying to get people to come back to san francisco to help recover from the pandemic. kron four's taylor. the second has more. >> it's videos like this that continue to raise awareness of fest in safety issues in san francisco, here. at least 10 shoplifters are scen running out of neiman marcus with handbags on monday. fundamentally government is responsible for public safety. and we want to work with pasta makers in san francisco law enforcement and the district attorney to find solutions because this is unacceptable. >> and the citizens of san francisco should be up all night even not just the retailers use its citizens. you have a right to work in a safe environment and the right to shop in a safe environment.
rachel michelin is the president and ceo of the california retailers association. she says this isn't a new issue in the city or the state. >> however, organized retail crime seems to be increasing in san francisco specifically. it's why many small businesses and large retailers like target have recently shorten their hours at all locations in the city. and now san francisco's theft issues are grabbing national headlines response to this video. the daily mail wrote, quote, crime is basically legal in san francisco. meanwhile, the new york times writes, quote, the mundane crime of shoplifting has spun out of control in san francisco, other media outlets like cnn also picking up the story we looked into the numbers. and since the economy started reopening in may. larceny theft is up 41.3% compared to the same time period of may to june last year and calls all day on this issue from all over the country. >> and that is the perception lawlessness in the city. a city that used to be the standard bearer for retail. i mean, that's where you would
go i mean, francis was famous for shopping. san francisco chamber of commerce president and ceo rodney fong says one 3rd of the city's economy is driven by tourism. a large group of people who are also impacted by the daily car break. ins cent just wants to fully recover. we need to make sure our streets are safe. >> the feel comfortable coming here conventioneers feel comfortable coming to san francisco. however. >> fung says this issue is also chasing away residents. this is terribly disturbing and really enough is enough. >> the city can't tolerate longer. we finish this poll recently that 48% of san franciscans. they may not be here in 3 years. now in that same poll done by the chamber of commerce where more than 500 residents and registered voters weighed in. >> 8 out of 10 people believe that crime has worsened in the city in recent years, 70% of people believed that the quality of life has also decreased and 76% of people believe that increasing police officers in high crime neighborhoods should be a
priority in san francisco to lead the psac ii kron 4 news. >> 5. '07, is the time of the east bay. new body camera video has been released now showing the tense moments leading up to a deadly shooting involving sheriff's deputies in the east bay. so the shooting happened back on april 17th on second street in hayward not far from high school. actually. and the video that you see on the screen right now is at the scene. the aftermath, the alameda county sheriff's department responded after reports of a man threatening people with a gun. police say the suspect then tried to shoot at one of the deputies, which is what caused other deputies opened fire killing that person. now we do have a portion of the video body camera video from that encounter. want to remind you might be difficult to watch. but here it is.
>> shots fired. shots fired. >> that happened there. investigators say the man actually fired multiple shots. one of the bullets grazing a deputy the person who died. all we know is it was a 26 year-old man apparently has an extensive violent criminal history. if you could make it out, but you could hear in that video him asking deputies to tell his mom he loves her and that is when he opened fire on police. if you want to watch more of the video we do have it on a website at kron 4 dot com. police have arrested a man who sent multiple cars were set multiple cars on fire in pittsburgh. and here's a picture of one of those cars that burn. this one was at the jack in the box restaurant on railroad avenue. 3 other cars at a nearby dealership were also set on fire. it was surveillance video that helped police identify the suspect who they say is 37 year-old jesse jackson of pittsburgh. they were arrested and now they actually took him into custody a few blocks away.
he's now booked into the martinez detention facility on charges of arson and probation violation. >> time. now 5. '09, and fireworks are believed to have sparked a fire in hercules the fire broke out in the area of sycamore avenue at palm avenue monday night police and firefighters say that started spreading up a hillside and 3 fire agencies were called in while officers started notifying residents to get out of the area. fire crews were aale to put it out before any buildings were damaged. officers think a box of used fireworks that they found nearby sparked those flames. and a wildfire broke out in benicia along interstate 6.80, that blocked the northbound lanes of 6.80. those latest since reopen in the fire is out that fire burned about 6 acres. this fire is a cal fire is continuing to see all kinds of fires burn at a record pace. they have new numbers out showing fires that have burned this year compared to
last. and as you can see in this bar graph. hot, more. 4500 fires more than 4500 actually burned total of 73,000 acres and at this time last year, you can see it was more like 38 100 fires burning 31,000 acres. and right now on kron 4 dot com. you can find tips and info about fire season. just go to this special spot by scanning this qr code. it will take you right to kron 4 dot coms preparing for wildfire season section. >> 5.11 is the time some breaking international news. the president of haiti has been assassinated. reports say that jovenel louise was killed in his home earlier this morning. his wife, the first lady of haiti was also shot during that attack apparently is in the hospital right now where doctors are working to save her life. the president was just 53 years old. he spent most of this past year waging a political war with the opposition over the terms of his presidency. we'll take
a break. it's 5.11. coming up on the kron 00:00am morning news, the recent condo collapse in florida has some in the bay area worried. >> about the sinking millennium tower. we'll tell you why experts say it is a completely different situation. plus, president biden is tackling the increase in cyber attacks in our country. we're going to have details in a live report from washington, dc and after the break, one local gas station. if you seen this charging nearly $6. a gallon. why the price of some of the prices we're seeing upping up in the bay and it doesn't look like they're going is it the because we probably, john, i will be avoided that gas station. i know where it's at actually >> we're going to be looking outside at conditions today. that will be a little warmer than yesterday but not near as much of a warm-up as we are about to be seein
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diesel prices continue to rise get a seven-year high. filling up. your ride is about to get downright unbearable for millions of california drivers. the price of crude pretty much dictates what we're going to see down the line a surge in crude oil fueled by the busy summer travel season. in the world finally reopening from the covid-19 pandemic. >> have spiked prices to its highest level since november 2014, nearly 7 years we've been seeing them rise for the last couple of weeks, which leads us to believe unfortunately, gas prices will continue to rise throughout most of the summer. in addition to that, california drivers are also dealing with a gas tax increase that took effect on july. 1st skyrocketing prices at the pump are being felt all across the golden state including here in the bay area. take a look at this. kron 4 found a gallon of regular unleaded at this shell station in soma going for nearly 6 bucks bay area drivers continuing to feel the biggest pinch in
their wallets paying nearly a buck 30 more than the national average. the most of any area in america. something needs to change. >> because it it it puts a financial strain on everybody because i mean, i'm a full-time student. i don't have a chance to work as much as i would have liked to. so it's just like. i can't do some of the things i like to do it's difficult. i mean it it's cutting into what i make because i have to pay double for gas. what i paid 3, 4 months ago. you know, i mean, it's gone up so much if it makes it everybody. avila says if you're looking for some relief for your wallet. good luck. >> it's not coming anytime soon. >> we will likely see gas prices continue to increase anywhere between 10 to $0.20 per gallon. so, you know, if you plan to do since summer driving his know your repaying a little in san francisco jonathan mccall. >> kron 4 news it's always up
by 10 or 20 down by one or price to its stride. >> all right. let's get over to the weather center john, if anybody is going to be out about burning fuel commute this morning. the kind of weather we're looking i just want to stay home this weekend is it's hot outside and gas prices are up. >> to stay in that maybe save a little money. it is definitely nature's ac that is kicked into gear today. at least we are holding on to mild weather for one more day. i really hope especially those of you in land have a chance to get out there today and enjoy the 80's that we're holding on to for just another one. berkeley hills cam. it's not a view at all because of the low blanket of deep marine layer. that is sitting right over the bay actually resulting in some misty drizzly conditions. that's what you're going to be encountering as you do, make your way into work deepening high-pressure ridge to our east is going to cut off that marine layer from scooting too far inland as soon as tomorrow. so even though we are tapping into cool, coastal air today. that's going to be a thing of the past 4 in the valleys soon as thursday when significant this morning. in
fact, just enough that we do have a wind advisory on the altamonte pass very breezy blustery at the coastline today, meaning those 60's and 50's we have at the coast paired with some cloudy skies that are going to be with us all day long means it's one to keep the jacket on hand. if you're closer to the ocean elsewhere in the bay area just enjoyable 70's 80's for most of the rest of ours daytime highs today santa clara in milpitas each at 77 san jose at 79 today. well, 3 months in union city in the low 70's pleasanton livermore as well as walnut creek and concord back up into the 80's oakland. you'll be right at 70 degrees with antioch in vacaville in the low 90's are only 2 spots in the 90's. guess what? tomorrow we're going to see a lot more of those 90's and even a couple triple digits and then come friday, saturday and sunday more so than not some triple digits inland as temperatures increase in land that also ups fire danger, which is something very important to know as you venture outside in the days to come. >> erica. thanks, john. well, i've been keeping my eyes on
the roads. i've seen a couple fender benders, but nothing major. that will be impacting your commute yet. looking smooth as you're approaching the bay bridge from the east bay. no delay as you're about to head to the polls there. you're looking at 9 minutes from the maze to fremont street. as for the richmond, sandra fell bridge. both directions are looking great in the smooth. it's just 7 minutes. heading out to highway one. oh, one in the north bay southbound 8.80, from oakland to the to 38 also looking smooth. just 9 minutes. you see a lot of green there. no major issues are hot spots in the south bay as well. looking good. the 2.80 highway one. oh, one and both directions in the peninsula down to the south bay. i haven't picked up any issues yet. just 27 minutes. if you're heading from san jose to menlo park. this morning. if you're taking interstate 8.80, from san leandro to milpitas 20 minutes and out to sonny bill pete is
on the to 37 just 6 minutes. back to you. >> thanks a letter. it is 5.20 and today president biden meet with several federal agencies to try to find a solution to the increasing wave of ransomware and cyber attacks in this country become a major problem or washington, dc correspondent anna wiernicki joins us live from dc with more on the story. good morning, anna. >> good morning. that's right. in just a few hours, president biden will sit down with leaders from the state department. justice department. homeland security and members of the intelligence community to discuss how the administration should confront and respond to this recent spike in ransomware attacks. >> president joe biden says that damage to us businesses in the biggest ransomware attack on record appears minimal. but we're still gathering information on friday. the miami based software company was awarded that one of its remote management software is was under attack. the company said they immediately shut down within an hour. but on monday,
the hackers who some are linking to the russia affiliated rebel group demanded a 70 million dollar payment in bitcoin to restore the affected data. i feel good about our ability say has said the attack never posed a threat to critical us infrastructure something president biden declared off limits during a summit with russian president vladimir putin last month as the president made clear to president putin when they met the russian government cannot or will not take action against criminal actors residing in russia. we will take action or reserve the right to take action on our own. white house press secretary jen psaki says the administration is now mapping out an interagency response. there's more that can be done and it warrants and requires an interagency process and discussion in order to move those policies forward. psaki also says that meetings are ongoing between russian and u.s. officials to address cyber security concerns. but
some republicans, including house minority leader kevin mccarthy say that's not enough. mccarthy criticized the president's approach tweeting biden is soft on crime and week against putin. >> and saw. he says that a meeting is scheduled for next week between us and russian officials and they will be addressing cybersecurity concerns for now live in washington. i'm anna wiernicki. back to you. >> all right. thank you very much, hannah. it's 5.23. and coming up, big homeless said encampment has cleared out in the north day. where the people who once lived are told they can go now.
>> we're back at 5.25 the largest homeless encampment in the city of samara under the one o one freeway here is no more caltrans crews. as you can see in the video clear that dozens of taken hold of the area for years. >> those evicted were offered the chance to relocate to what they call a service support area to collaboration with caltrans and the city of samara fell. it's just a block away from the old encampment and there are still tense, but also they have things like restrooms there and security officials are hoping that it will provide a path to more permanent housing. >> so it's like we know where they are. we can help them and what services they need. and for example, we have outlets that they can charge their phones on to the case. workers can call them. >> and while the service support area is just a
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>> 5.29 right now. and thanks for tuning in so early, so early that we're all am. but we've got above it show you there is sky up there. there but we will enjoy this nice little natural air conditioning. well, we have because things change. pretty quick as we head to the we. when does the warm-up start so tomorrow, already going start to kick off on thursday friday saturday and sunday are going to be the very hottest of days. so today really is your last day with nature's ac kicked into gear. as you can see, it. >> in the form of that low lying cloud cover. that is just swept through the bay. very windy night last night and windy again this morning which has resulted in some wind advisories on 5.80 over the altamonte. if you're heading down that route looking outside at are quite taylor cam this morning. you can actually see the gray overhead. and if you look at the bottom left of the screen. you can see some of those branches and leaves swaying in the steady breeze. that is pushing in this marine layer this morning going to paris the hottest temperatures but
only for one more day after today. that's what our inland temperatures really start to climb winds from the coastline, keeping us cool today do expect a breezy one yet again. winds calm down tomorrow 50's for current temps. san jose at 59 oakland, 56 san francisco at a cool. 53, don't forget the jackets this morning. erica. >> thanks, john. well, o've been keeping my eyes on the roads and still just a few a fender benders so far this morning, nothing major. that will be impacting your commute. it looks move right now as you're approaching the toll plaza into san francisco for taking the bay bridge this morning. 9 minutes from the maze to fremont street as for the golden gate bridge also looking at pretty smooth hair. 18 minutes out to the tolls and the rest of the bay area. bridges, dunbarton bridged. i don't see any issues there as well as the san mateo bridge on interstate 8.80, from san leandro to milpitas you're looking at 20 minutes for your
drive time and out in the south bay right now on the 2.80, from san jose to cupertino. a quick 10 minute drive time. of course, these numbers will go up as we get more people out on the roads this morning on state route. 4 from antioch to concord. you're looking at 15 minutes. james and darya. >> thanks a lot. 5.32 in the east bay. the deadly weekend crime wave in oakland is bring a lot of attention of the police department oakland's police chief, by the way, says his officers were overwhelmed on the 4th of july watching be chatting with him live here at 8.30, talking about how he's looking to fight crime as oakland community activists and city leaders. >> are still advocating for less officers on the street. kron four's phillipe djegal has more. >> on the 4th of july. oakland police were bogged down responding to fires a massive sideshow. >> and 7 shootings during a 15 hour period. >> they were so strapped most fireworks related calls did not get responses silence and
the city of oakland. that's is gotten to where it used to be years ago. for nearly 2 decades. a federal monitor has been installed to oversee the police department, which is experienced a carousel of chiefs over the years. but recently the city council approved a 6% budget increase for the department. well, also redirecting about 18 million dollars of the mayor's initial police budget proposal to the department of violence prevention. we need to get back into the neighborhood and be able to provide services directly to the family, to the young people. >> and to some of they got caught up in the gang activity. councilmember noel says reallocating funds from police to community resources. should not impact department's ability to address line. >> in the long run sides with kat brooks community activists oakland resident and co-founder of the anti police terror project a reality is, is that the people that that
we're engaged in those activities this weekend had activities had mental and emotional support had job. etcetera, they wouldn't be engaging behaviors while the city is committing to reinvesting in the community. violent crime is on the rise and police chief leronne armstrong says he sees no end in sight. phillipe djegal all kron 4 news. >> well, in the north bay, a garbage can filled with fireworks was lit in front of them to local officials home in rohnert park. it was city council member willie, lynn ari's and he shared pictures of the vandalism from sunday night. now he wants to ban fireworks in rohnert park. others on the council do as well. the city even canceled their fireworks show this year over concerns about wildfires. the biggest that was in fact the biggest concern it's been extremely dry. there with the council member says the act of vandalism goes beyond protesting over pyrotechnics. >> sunday night. there was a crime committed. someone tried to send you a message and someone trying to intimidate. if you look deeper. it's as
much to do with the color of my skin that angry that type of e is not related to just >> nolan ours is hoping the vandalism will reopen the conversation over race in rohnert park. meantime, the decision over banning fireworks. there will be up to voters in september. >> san man is behind bars accused of stabbing a man at a muni are on a muni bus. this was last month, an area of steiner and green streets. police say the 32 year-old mario hills stabbed the other man twice while they were on the bus. the victim told police that he didn't know his attacker and they were just sitting next to each other. and then he was stabbed hills has been booked on several charges including assault with a deadly weapon. in the east bay of san leandro police officer was hit by a car as a driver suspected of stealing a catalytic converter was trying to get away. this happened on
carpenter street near the bart station. the thief was trapped in an apartment complex parking garage when the police got there. and that's when he hit an officer with his car. that officer isn't badly hurt. police chased after the man who was eventually arrested in oakland. and later, there was another kelly converter theft on pershing drive in san leandro. nobody has been arrested for that one. san leandro police say that catalytic converter thefts have gone up 65% in the last year. >> well, nearly 2 weeks after the condo collapse in surfside, florida. the death toll now has climbed to 36 with more than a 100 people still unaccounted for miami dade county's fire chief says search teams haven't found anything positive yet any sign of voids or livable spaces in the debris. and while the effort is still officially called a search and rescue mission miami-dade's mayor said the families of those are still missing. are preparing for news of tragic loss.
meanwhile, in the aftermath of that collapse. concerns were brought up about the sinking millennium tower. back here in san francisco. the tower is now undergoing a structural upgrade because it is sinking and leaning but a structural engineer who's been monitoring the towers since 2014 says that the sinking and the leading experience beidleman millennium tower has not been compromised or hasn't compromised. the stability of the building or the safety of it. experts agree that overall, california buildings do have a leg up on others because they are designed to withstand earthquakes. >> here in california. we do have to design for seismic loads and those seismic floods are very large. and so they inherently create a more robust structure from the lateral perspective, a lot are loading perspective than many other locations in the united states. >> yeah. experts say we could also see more regulations once the cause of the collapse in florida is determined. >> it's 5.37. and still ahead
on kron 00:00am morning news preparations are underway for the governor's recall election. how officials are gearing up at the state capitol and the 15 year-old dies in a car crash in the east bay. and we'll tell you why his family is blaming a tesla. plus a home invasion turns deadly in the north bay when the homeowner shoots the man was trying to break in. we'll have the details and keep the jackets close by at the coastline today. it's going to stay cloudy. cool and a bit on the breezy side to our inland areas are in for the one last day of 80's that you have before triple digits this weekend. >> i've got your forecast ahead. >> well, we're seeing more more cars out on the roads. are there any major traffic collisions that could be
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>> 5.41 in the north bay a homeowner and solano county shot and killed and armed invader. he kicked down this door broke into his house. and this was in fairfield in the homeowner and his wife. we're having breakfast inside when this happened. by the time police got there to vintage valley drive. they got the call that somebody had been shot and they found the intruder dead across the street holding a loaded gun and he had a loaded gun in his possession. the homeowner was not taken into custody. >> a san lorenzo family is suing tesla now after one of its cars hit them on the
freeway, killing their 15 year-old son. the crash happened 2 years ago in 2019, the teen and his father driving on interstate 81 a tesla model 3 driving on autopilot, hit them from behind while they were changing lanes. their accident flipped the pickup killing the child who unfortunately was not wearing a seatbelt. the family's lawsuit claims tesla's autopilot is defective. tesla has not yet responded to the suit. >> we'll take a break at 5.42. we'll be right back. if there were a button that would help you use less energy, breathe cleaner air, and even take on climate change... would you press it? america's best tasting original oatmilk silk ♪
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the time and some good news for california residents. if you're going to disneyland, you got a discount common. the theme park now offering cheaper admission. it just $83 a one one there's a cap money. what to get that price. you have to do a three-day pass. >> and it's one park per day a light that go now to get a park hopper. but you have to add on extra $55. if you want do that. >> but you have to buy 3 days in a three-day has always cheaper. yeah, i want to one day because it's just too too a resort hotel. you can also do that too. for a 25% discount. not every room. >> on select are all we're talking expensive to so. and there's also deadline. you have until september 30th to
claim that this deal before it goes. and i honestly i like to stay in the little motels across the street, just walk right across you walk across. and they're adequate because you're sleeping anyway, you're a disney. all day and usually have a little free breakfast there. so yes, they do. but i like breakfast that's my thing to do or you breakfast guy. oh, yeah. the nature valley granola up in the i do. eat breakfast. what's more like dinner, it is definitely a great morning for the vast majority of us and tell you head up above that. cloudy later this morning. take a look at this. >> this is what the view looks like above mount tam this morning. if you are planning on getting outside on your jog. unfortunately, it's not looking like that where you are, though, as we are in the midst of that great that you're seeing down below. you can see it, having scooting across the bay area and in treating pretty deep inland. this is why today is our one last day with temperatures this cool inland as we have
been seeing them after today we start to see that marine layer being less intrusive inland and hot weather returning to our inland valleys. fog will remain at the coastline throughout the course of the day today. so if you're heading out along the coastline. parolees bring the jacket with even in this into the afternoon. we will be seeing winds pushing in from the coastline. well into course of the afternoon today. this is going to keep conditions cool, as i mentioned for just 2 days last day 60's for your daytime highs in san francisco and a mix of 50's and 60's right along the coastline definitely a cloudy one. so as i mentioned, bring the jacket with you. 60's and 70's for our bays side cities foster city at 73 redwood city at 75. well, looking at some 70's 80's across the south bay san jose at 79 today with santa clara and milpitas at 77 temperatures across the east bay 70's, 80's. it's a little warmer than yesterday was, but not a huge difference just yet. tomorrow is actually when the we're real warm-up sets in pittsburgh. 86 vacaville in
antioch, each in the low 90's while santa rosa nevado in sandra fell in the low 80's looking ahead our next 7 days here. temperatures do remain hot inland while remaining fairly comfortable and seasonable near the bay and the coast. you're north calhoun. the weather center forecast shows the ample sunshine that we're holding on to in the midst of those triple digits too, which certainly ups fire danger in the days to come. erica. >> thank you for that, sean checking in on our roads. if you're crossing the bridge is looking good right now on all of the richmond sandra fell bridge. you're looking at 7 minutes. if you're crossing over to highway one o one right now of course we're starting to see more cars out on the road but nothing major that will be impacting your commute westbound 24 from walnut creek to the 5.80, you're looking at 11 minutes for your drive time. as for interstate 80 from san leandro down to milpitas. it's 21 minutes and on state route 17 from santa cruz to los gatos.
you're looking at 21 minutes. >> here's a look at a couple other drive times. >> on interstate 2.80, from san jose to cupertino. >> 10 minutes. back to you. >> thanks a lot. of 5.48 and elections officials across the state are gearing up for the recall election against governor newsome in september and now we've learned a republican assemblyman from northern california is entering the race kron four's. ashley zavala has the latest. >> california elections officials usually have a 190 days to prepare for an election. but in this case for the recall they're working with 75 regardless of the shortened timeline elections. officials promise they will get this done. >> we are. >> as all of us are scramble county elections officials across the state are working double time to prepare for governor gavin newsom's recall election set for september 14th a little earlier than we had hoped for. donna johnston is the president of the california association of clerks and elections officials
before the date was set. the group told state leaders september 14th would be the earliest possible date. they could logistically hold the election. now the clock is ticking. we're all working. >> very diligently to secure locations. now we have a day care locations to secure our poll workers work with our printers to make sure that our materials are printed on time and that ballots are delivered to voters in time candidates hoping to replace newsome have less than 10 days to file formal paperwork to run before the printing process can begin johnston says since the recall requires one ballot type. it will help speed up the printing process. every california voter will receive a ballot in the mail. johnston says counties will start sending them out. august 16th. it's going to be sort of like climbing a really tall mountain. but once we get that election done successfully completed. >> it will be the view from the top going to be really nice. >> one loose end in all of this is what, if any covid-19 protocols will be in place if personal protective equipment
will be required at the polls. johnston says the secretary of state's office is working on this and guidelines are set to be released soon at the state capitol. ashley zavala kron 4 news. >> all right. now to bury a baseball. the a's in houston taking on the astro's age actually jumped out to an early lead scoring 6 times in the first 2 innings. you know, we got this one in the bag said not the case. the astro's ended up tying the game in the 6th and then added on a few more first in the end, they're the ones who won in 96 was the final. the 2 teams will play again this evening. first pitch set for 5, 10. that's in houston. it's the giants playing all and we learned that matt olson is going to represent the a's he figured in his or like she's the team's own workers they all start. >> a team. he's already hit 20 home runs this year. if he does when he's going to be just the 3rd player to win the joining mark and wired. >> in acess for this. so that would be good if you can get that feather in his cap. >> and despite another tough
ask your vet for heartgard plus. >> we are back at five-fifty. coming up on 5.55. and check this out. steph curry once again setting a record. this one was off the court, though it was his rookie card that did so for 5.9 million dollars. that is a record for the highest price ever paid for a trading card. you might remember the most recent record holder was at lebron james rookie card that went for 5.2 million dollars. but, you know, is bynum up because you think, oh, it must be some rich collector, right. it's not it's this investment group which is called ault and they have a have all of the biggest sports cars. it was like 50 million dollars. all of the collection they these to, you know, our drop in a bucket and i feel about that you you want these cards like that's going to sell that to go to a sports fan. appreciate the value of the card. yeah, that's kind of
weird, session fight back by a back yeah. >> yeah. 5.55 right now riley older, you to her coming up in the next hour. member, the spike. we saw this heist. >> 10 people running out of market. neiman's. yeah. temperatures go well, now some city officials are worried about the impact is going to have on tourism. plus all the recent violence in oakland is sparking debate over the funding or not of the police department, how they're going to solve crime there. and a big meeting today could go a long way to determine the future of the oakland a's. will they be able to keep the will they be able to keep the team in oakland. oroweat small slice. i wonder if this has the same quality ingredients as the original whole grains bread? great question, dad. and it does. it has all the same nutritious deliciousness as the original slice but only a little bit smaller.
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across our inland valleys. we've been spared by what you're seeing outside this morning that cool ocean air pushing in that deep marine layer that has resulted in drizzly to misty conditions at times and also a very noticeable breeze from the coast this morning. you can see that along peers 17 right here. got the flags russian in that wind pushing its way in from the coastline and in the process of doing so keeping conditions cool all across the bay area. as for winds. you can see breezy a staff the coast remaining with us even into the afternoon today nothing win this morning that we do have a high wind advisory along the altamonte pass between livermore and tracy current temperatures are in the 50's with san francisco at 53 alameda. oakland hayward fremont and livermore as well as conquered each at 56 degrees currently i'm talking more about what to expect as we work our way into such a hot weekend. still to come, first of all, though, on over to erica. we'll go. she's standing by in the traffic center. >> thank you, john. well, we're definitely seeing more pe