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senate, some spots in the bay area. and i'll tell you more about that later on. checking in on our current conditions. right now we are seeing some fog, especially along the coast. here's our berkeley camera. now that function burn off by around noon the cloudy conditions along the coast will stick with us. but by the afternoon it should see. we should see some mostly sunny skies. our inland areas are going to be beautiful today. but of course 10 to 15 degrees. warmer versus yesterday right now we're at 57 in alameda, 56 in vallejo and 52 in petaluma looking dry up and down the state right now. we have high pressure that is building and we have that excessive heat warning that will be in tomorrow afternoon through sunday tell you what else we can expect for the numbers and our temperatures later on today. but i want to check in on a current traffic conditions right now. so here's a look at our bay bridge camera heading into san francisco right
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before you approach the tolls. it's looking great. we don't have any slowdowns, but a little more cars out on the road as people starting to head to work this morning. if you're taking the richmond, sandra fell bridge right now. i don't see any issues and directions, just a car to their moving to the heading to the tolls. so it's just 7 minutes out to the one o one and on southbound 8.80, from oakland to highway 2.38 just a nine-minute drive. i haven't picked up any major collisions yet this morning that will be in that could be impacting your commute. get the one o one is looking excellent san jose to menlo park in just 26 minutes. and we have some other drive times here milpitas to sonny bill 37 just 6 minutes. back to you guys. thanks a lot, erica. 5. oh, one and breaking news from overnight. a cluster of earthquakes shook the north bay, the biggest one. >> was a 3.6 just west of lake berryessa in napa county. yes. so it was followed by a
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handful of smaller aftershocks with kron 4, sarah stinson standing by live in napa county this morning. >> with more. good morning. always the same question. do you feel it? >> well, i did. and i woke up in row ray here to see of others ball to the core sale live here. but not the county. if you live here you are rocked by these clusters of earthquakes all morning long. we're talking from 12:36am, in the morning on to about even just 30 minutes ago. so i would be surprised if we get another one with in the show. so stay tuned on that. but the biggest one they felt was that first one. it was a 3.6. let's take a look at the maps. you can see exactly where it hit in that happened in angwin in that is in napa county. this is all according to usgs, the quake hit around 12:36am, in the morning. as you said, it was a 3.6 magnitude earthquake take a look now, though, we wrote out a list of the earthquakes that have struck napa county this morning. a lot of these aftershocks after
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that 3.6 quake. quakes. there's 2 aftershocks reported, 10 minutes or so later than 2 hours later there was another cluster there's one and then 30 minutes later, another one and then of course there's one 30 minutes ago. so it's been an intense morning for people who live in napa county. i'm sure they're tired of it. even small, though aftershocks, you tend to feel those and you know that that's probably not shocked. and i'm sure a lot of people. they've been telling kron 4 news they heard that 3.6 felts that rather felt that 3.6. so we reached out to usgs waiting to hear back. still, it's very early. we have a lot of questions for them which full to exactly did this happen on as well as you know, is know does this mean that there's a bigger one heading our way. we need be worried about that. so stay tuned. we'll get the answers for you as soon as we can. for now live in napa. i'll send it back to you. >> very good. thank you, sarah.
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>> it's 5. '03, and an east bay ambulance company is disputing claims that they were unable to respond to calls on the 4th of july earlier in the week, oakland police chief leronne armstrong said that there was so much violence that it affected paramedics were trying to get to the scenes of crimes. kron four's. jonathan mccall has the latest. >> as america celebrated its 200 45th birthday sunday night. the party turned violent on the streets of oakland as fireworks were met by the sounds of bullets. oakland officers jumping from scene to scene investigating 8 separate shootings in what oakland police chief leronne armstrong called 12 hours of chaos. >> our fall and the last system was over inundated with calls and they were unable to respond in a timely manner to the shootings available to you know, come and provide medical support it was taking a significant amount of time for them to get there, that even concerned our officers. but the company responsible for
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providing ambulance service to priority. one calls in the city of oakland with an average response time of 7 minutes and 47 seconds. those calls included shootings heart attacks and other critical needs overall. the agency says it handled 314 calls county wide for service in that same period. the agency says it had 34 ambulances staff and even some ambulances that weren't being utilized in a statement to kron 4 news folk ambulance services says the 2 are also concerned about the rapid growth of violence in the community but says that overall despite the violence calls were fairly typical for sunday night and that no mutual aid was needed from any outside agencies. jonathan mccall kron 4 news.
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>> san francisco police are searching for the person responsible for this anti lgbtq graffiti that was sprayed on the side of an apartment building in the castro district. people there say they could only tell officers that it was an unknown person who tag not only the side of the building, but a planter and the sidewalk as well. it happened around midnight on july 6. the case has been handed over now to the department's special investigation division. in the north police are asking for more resources now to stop sideshows this after a very chaotic holiday weekend on the streets. you might remember the video. we showed it to yesterday with these sideshows drawing hundreds of people into the streets gunfire was reported illegal fireworks were set off. it took over several parts of olayo again, all on the 4th of july and police say they have limited resources to tackle problems when they get to this scale. so they're calling on city leaders now to help them stop these dangerous events and that includes drafting new laws that would make spectating at sideshows illegal.
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>> participants or spectators could face up fines of up to $1000, including jail time of 6 months and their vehicles impounded for 30 days. i understand that this is a large part of bay area culture however, you know our position as a police department is to protect and serve. >> now the police department believes that money from the federal government would help that money would be used to boost staffing and create a sideshow task force. they also want to set up cameras inside show prone areas to better identify the cars involved. >> 5. '07. the future of the a's in oakland continues to hang in the balance. it's ultimately going to be up to the city council to decide if the a's plan for a waterfront ballpark moves forward. the council had a meeting getting details before a vote kron forcefully. chagall has the latest. >> waterfront ballpark district that howard terminal is the oakland athletics last option to stay within city
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limits as team president dave kaval. we're in a position now really is howard terminal or bus in january. the a's submitted a non-binding term sheet to the city. it was made public in april that is what is on the table and it's what will ultimately be up for the council's vote, including negotiated recommendations made by city staff. >> the city council discuss the details of the term sheet. wednesday. >> during a virtual study session she is essentially an outline of the proposed financial deal between the city and the a's and the athletics need the council to approve the term sheet in order to move forward or existing lease at the coliseum only goes through 2024. >> we have a situation where the facility is 10 years past its useful life. and we really have an obligation and a responsibility to get some type of resolution on this. keep in mind, the city says negotiations for the 12 billion dollar. howard terminal project in the future of the coal seam site are not
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related and ongoing bids and proposals for the coliseum site. >> i have no bearing on how or terminate the raiders deal. >> when they came back from los angeles included the city and county paying for the ballpark we're paying for the entire cost of the stadium. the a's are taking the risk. all the on-site ris. one sticking point is that the city wants the athletics to commit to a non relocation agreement. >> that would remain valid for at least 45 years. the a's have countered with 20 years. the council is scheduled to vote on the term sheet. july 20th. but even if approved, it's unclear when or if the project will ever break ground. >> phillipe djegal all kron 4 news. >> keep you posted on the progress there. meanwhile, 5. '09, in the north bay. we have new irrigation restrictions have been adopted by the marin municipal water district marin county. as we know is classified under exceptional drought. you can see in these pictures exactly why reservoir
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levels are at desperately low levels and the new water restrictions. now put a one day per week limit on spray irrigation so sprinklers and then it today a week limit on drip irrigation for any plants that you might have the water district had already declared a water shortage. emergency and set a goal to reduce water use by 40%. >> every little bit counts. this is really a historic drought. we've not seen drug conditions like this in more than a 140 years. we were looking at the rainfall and rainfall for the last 18 months is the lowest on record now. 143 years. >> power washing your car or your driveway or sidewalk. you can't do that anymore. the water district is offering a variety of rebates, though, and incentives to try to encourage you to save water. >> still ahead on the kron 4 morning news at teenager from the east bay is killed on a camping trip and now his family wants to know exactly what happened. and after the break, prices for rideshare
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companies are going up, but that is good news for bay area. taxi companies will tell you why. >> warming up here in the bay area. i'll tell you just how hot it's going to get after the break.
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>> but 13 right now and a rise in the price of popular rideshares is pushing passengers to look for other ways to get around. yes, maybe going back to more retro modes like taxis. we have kron four's. noelle bellow to explain. >> there's no car pool anymore. so you can tell that is when you take like i write it's way more expensive. the prices have gone up. >> by may. 25%. the counting station communities across neck. but i think now it's my neck. 25 even bucks. so it's just too much. >> people across san francisco are noticing a price increase when using rideshare apps e-commerce company rakuten reporting last month prices for rides from uber and lyft have spiked 40% nationwide. we've always had a huge flywheel app users when uber and lyft for surge pricing. >> but now it's you know, maybe triple that flywheel is an on-demand taxi cab app that works with most cap companies
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in san francisco. president han soo kim says longer wait times and surge pricing on rideshare apps is pushing people back to their services. i think uber and lyft probably are going to readjust this surge pricing because they have been so many complaints about it but until that happens here, i think taxi drivers are in for good period of time. >> in san francisco. a flywheel isn't the only taxicab service out there. but i think now like on a sale, probably look more so that taxes noah rosenblatt lives near japan town monday. he tried to get a ride share from oracle park. that pricing was high and the wait for a ride was 20 minutes. a friend suggested he use the yellow cab app yo taxi that was quicker is cheaper. it was easier. he shared his experience with neighbors on next door and says he'll be keeping the app on his phone tax industry doesn't get the best threat. >> but yeah, i had such a
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experience and was so surprised them and saving. like almost over double what i would have paid taking. you know, let's turn it over. >> but i just felt like i should let other people now. >> in san francisco. noelle bellow kron 4 news. i just called the taxi the other day to just yet because it was will the airport right and those, you know, tend to be more expensive on rideshare you on a ride share. and i i just was like, you know, i'm gonna call the taxi and schedule. and i did end it was comparable or less. very handy so that it was what, 2 days ago. yeah. going to kind going back to that, too, because my last experience with a cab. >> i had to look up. the kid comes out of town. looked up in the yellow pages. he had to file the cab company. right the time. i've been back have since. and that was i mean, we're talking. >> yeah, see if you lived in new york the free internet. but like right now and always like you're in new york texas. texas. you've always had a
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choice and to still have that choice any more people are going to. i'll take one raise their hands grab a cab will good for the cab representative been they've been struggling. all right. let's get over to the weather center erica, good morning. how is the weather and the traffic. >> good morning. well, it's things are warming up. today's going to be a little hotter compared to yesterday, but not the highest temperatures that we're going to see this week that will be on saturday. currently, though we're seeing some fog along the coast and some cloudy conditions that will remain with us throughout this morning. but it should clear up around lunch time. however, inland areas south bay, lot of the north bay. see. mostly sunny skies today and temperatures about 10 to even 15 degrees higher in some places for says yesterday. so as i mentioned, the fog should go away later today. we have that high pressure that is building to the east of us that's giving most of the warm temperatures and dry conditions. this weekend. so our temperatures in san
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francisco today will be in the lower 70's along the coast were expected to be in the lower 60's to upper 60's and half moon bay 69 in san bruno 77 in millbrae and burlingame mid 80's in san carlos down to mountain view and notice the south bay we're actually going to see a little more 90's today versus yesterday. 91 in saratoga in campbell 92 in morgan hill. hayward is going to be in the lower 80's today. 84 in fremont, 97 in livermore, 80 out in slant family. andrew today, 91 in san ramon and danville mid-nineties there in concord. triple are expected in vacaville already today 95 for fairfield 90 in napa and santa rosa as well. let's get a check now and our roads and see how the traffic's if you are taking the san mateo bridge this morning. it is looking good in both directions and on the high
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rise haven't picked up any major hot spots on any of our bridges. it's just 12 minutes. heading out to one oh, one this morning asked for the down barton bridge, 8.80, to menlo park is just an 11 minute looking smooth. there as well as the east bay here on 24 from walnut creek to 5.80, looking excellent as well. checking in on other drive times there before on antioch to concord is 14 minutes. 6.80, from pacheco to danville. 12 minutes and 8.80 from san leandro to milpitas just 20 minutes. back to you. thanks a lot of 5.19 and national news today president biden is set to speak about afghanistan just days after. >> american troops pulled out of their main military base or washington, dc correspondent anna wiernicki joining us live. >> with the very latest on that. good morning, anna.
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>> good morning. that's right. in just a few hours, we will hear directly from president biden about the details on american troops exiting afghanistan and actually just a few days ago, we did hear from the pentagon about the proper progress of this process and they say that it is moving quickly and it's ahead of schedule. >> more than 90% of american troops have left afghanistan. well ahead of president biden's deadline of september 11. we went to afghanistan because of the horrific attack that happened 20 years ago. that can not explain why we should remain their president biden says he plans to keep 650 troops in the country primarily to help secure diplomats located at the u.s. embassy. nobody thought this is a good idea. but some republicans, including texas congressman michael mccaul say they're concerned as the taliban gains more grounds in the area. i've concerned that we will be going back afghans are going to decide their future, what they what they want. president biden has said that the u.s. will continue to support afghanistan. but state
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department spokesperson ned price says ultimately it's time for other countries in the region to step up many of afghanistan's neighbors have been happy to the united in the united states alone if there is to be a just and durable settlement and a comprehensive cease-fire. >> it needs to be supported supported by afghanistan's neighbors and we hope to see the possibly. >> and before president biden makes his remarks. this afternoon. the white house says that he will first meet with his national security team in the situation room to receive an update about the progress of this withdraw. for now live in washington. i'm anna wiernicki. back to you. >> all right. thank you very much. 5.21 and and coming up on the kron 00:00am morning news bay area rents are on the rise. but some experts say that they may not go back up as high as they used to be before the pandemic. we'll tell you why.
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book your annual eye exam now. now. we all know rent around. the bay goes up. >> well, keeps going up. sometimes it goes down town about. i think 15% since last year. yeah, i mean, the pandemic obviously brought prices down a bit. they are climbing back up at this
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point. we're not sure how high they'll go data journalist with zumper dot com, though, to a website that tracks. >> and list rental property says that he does expect rental prices. yes to climb, but perhaps not as high as they were before the pandemic. a lot of people as we know, permanently left the bay area, especially when it comes to tech workers. >> we're not sure how broadly tech companies are going to top work from home policies. and if that is very broad and people don't return to the bay area and the same members that they are and say new york city, we might see the pandemic as an event that permanently woodward bay area rents. >> i just don't know. what about new york city. i don't i don't get that part. that's just we're still more expensive than them all that were more expensive right. so they if we're going to get of a break. i mean, here's what they say is they say the real test of what's going to have with the rental market could come this fall because that's when you're going to look at everybody, all the big companies reopening their
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offices, deciding what their you know, we work from home or not. i like everything will shake out by them. yeah. so we'll see if people start moving back into cities to be closer to work to cut down on the commute right driving up we'll see. we'll see. >> coming >> weekend at lake tahoe ends in a tragedy. i'm camila barco live at redwood high school and how the local football team is remembering one of their own. find a fridge that fits your budget.
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>> welcome back it is 5.28, right now. quick towers all lit up nice kind of neat 4th of july. they have that. >> it would change from red white and to red to white it's kind of cool how they do that looks like it's all white this morning. those who wake yeah. and probably wait from clouds or fog. i would guess probably check in with their read about that. but the fun that we are seeing in those places should be burning off as we get closer to about lunch time winds right now. as you can see behind me trees aren't us weighing as much as they were yesterday looking pretty light right now in the city as for what we're seeing outside. there's a shot over berkeley can't really see the view because of that fog and the
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low clouds as well will be sticking with us. but this afternoon should be mostly sunny temperatures a little warmer versus yesterday 58 in pittsburgh right now. fairfield 5552 in petaluma on 48 in nevado. so winds will pick up just a little bit this afternoon, but not as high as yesterday. we have our satellite and radar there. that high pressure building which will give us this excessive heat warning that will be in effect tomorrow through sunday night. that is for the pink area that you see and it does extend beyond the bay area as well. in case you happened to be traveling up and down the state come weekend. we do have several excessive heat warnings and advisories throughout california sow cow and nevada. even arizona. it's going to be a hot one because of bad, a ridge of high pressure building out there in the desert southwest. >> here's a look at our temperatures across the rest of the case. you're traveling.
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let's actually check in now on our roads will talk more about our temperatures here in the bay area later on. but if you're traveling into san francisco this morning. looking good. if you're taking the bay bridge right now. we don't see a weight there as you're approaching the tolls as for other bridges here, the richmond sandra fell looking good. just a few cars. they're heading towards the tolls. if you're traveling out to one o one. it will just take you about 8 minutes this morning. southbound 8.80, from oakland to highway 2.30 eights just 9 minutes. i did pick up a little traffic collision, though. how about a minute ago on 5.80 east at santa rita road right. lane is blocked following a traffic collision with a semi and a sedan on get more information on that for later on. a south bay looking good right now. one oh, one from san jose to menlo park just 28 minutes and on to 37 formal peta's to sunny bhalla fast 6 minute commute. back to
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you. james and area. thanks a lot. >> so one of the big stories we're following this morning is the fact that a marine teen now is being remembered by his teammates after he drowned at lake tahoe earlier this week. yeah. kron four's camila barco is following this from redwood high school in larkspur. and there are a lot of questions camilla. >> yeah. james live victims has been identified as miles college she made. and these are the halls that he wants walked. he was a student and redwood high school. but just like everyone else, he was enjoying the long weekend until it was cut short and co shima was a multi-sport athlete. these are pictures of him in action and surrounded by his teammates played football. he was also on the varsity baseball team at redwood high school. now over the weekend coach team and friends were at lake tahoe. but officials got a distress call from people on a boat around 6.20, monday evening deputies arrived to sand
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harbor and the people on the boat were between the ages of 1718 years old right now. the local sheriff's department is saying co shima drowned in a boating accident foul play has been ruled out in preliminary findings. meanwhile, teammates have offered their condolences to his family in a facebook post. the teens said they are mourning the loss of of his teammate. they acknowledged his roles in the department at redwood high school. and right now their thoughts are with his family. friends and teammates at this time. it is unclear what led up to college. she miss death. however, the nevada department of wildlife is investigating anything that occurred on the water or in the boat. we have contacted the nevada department of wildlife for more information once we know more, we'll let you know. all right, james, back to you. all right. thanks a lot. we'll check in with you later. >> 5.33 the time an east bay man was killed in his tent while camping in butte county over the holiday weekend. the victim is identified as 20
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year-old tyler dickson of san pablo. in fact, he was a former quarterback of cerrito high school. apparently shot and killed at bidwell canyon marina campground in oroville. texans got father says his family clearly devastated by the news and still looking for answers. >> we do know is supposed to be someone came in his tent. wow. him his girlfriend was sleeping. just shot one and and it shot randolph is really. devastated this community here he went would that we knew was going to make come back and help these kids out in right now. we just in mourning. >> the butte county sheriff's office hasn't named any suspects. they say the investigation is ongoing and they're asking the public to come forward with any information that might help them. >> it's 5.30 for another big story this morning. we have new video showing a deadly crash that killed a teenager back in 2019 and this is a
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crash that the teen's family is blaming on tesla. in the video. you can see a tesla model 3 in it. watch this. it just goes up and bam just slams into that pickup truck on 8.80, in fremont. and the attorneys representing the family of the boy who died 15 year-old jovanni mold and he was ejected from the pickup and died in the attorneys. they filed a lawsuit against tesla because they say that the driver of that tesla was on auto pilot and the driver failed to react properly to the conditions of traffic experts say cat tesla can do a lot more to teach drivers that the autopilot feature doesn't mean that the driver is just free to do other things. the driver has to remain. >> in control of the vehicle paying attention and the and alert and the drivers responsible. the system is not
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capable of operating without human supervision. and this is something that. a lot of tesla fans don't seem to understand. >> the national highway traffic safety administration is now requiring manufacturers of cars that have the automatic driving systems to report crashes. experts say that this should lead to improved regulations such as requiring tesla to implement driver monitoring systems. san francisco police are asking the public for any information about a shooting that put a 16 year-old in the hospital. the teenager was hit by a bullet while they were riding on a muni bus on treasure island. they were taken to the hospital and treated for injuries that are not life threatening. nobody's been arrested. california's attorney general has announced a lawsuit now against google claiming that the company violated state and federal antitrust laws through its google play store. >> so according to the lawsuit, google entered into agreements with smartphone
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manufacturers guaranteeing that google play was installed on the phone in a way that could be delayed and that it would be the only app store on the phone. the lawsuit is part of a multi-state action being brought against the company. google play store comes on just about every android phone. again. you know, you can't delete it. google has denied the allegations. it says the lawsuit is without merit. we'll take a break. it is 5.37. and coming up on the kron 4 morning news governor newsome makes his first public appearance since that date was announced for his recall election. >> we'll tell you why he says it's not going to let him get distracted. and 2 weeks in and rescue missions now turning to recovery missions in south florida. we'll have the very latest on that condo collapse. >> and temperatures are warming up. i'll tell you how hot it here in the bay area along with the 7 day extended forecast coming up after the break.
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>> in national news, rescue efforts have turned into a recovery mission now in the condo collapse in florida. 54 people have been confirmed dead there remains have been found. but they're still searching for dozens of other people's remains to has the latest. >> a powerful image as search
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teams hold a moment of silence near the surfside condo collapse site official making the tough decision to call off the rescue mission and transition to a recovery operation. >> at this point. we have truly exhausted every option. the n double to us in the search and rescue mission. this decision was not an easy one. and our hearts still hope. the 5 survivors. what experience. and expertise. that was no longer possible. >> authorities told sobbing families there was no chance of life. their efforts now focus on retrieving remains while there seems to be no chance of finding life in the rubble. a miracle is still possible carlss. i'll settle ktla 5 news. >> 5.41 the time. we'll be right back.
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>> all right. got all the get go. >> video showing the u.s. coast guard rescuing a man was small boat capsized in san francisco bay and then night rescue. those are always called helicopter found him and is overturned boat to
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bronze bluff point, which i again think at night is amazing because guard rescue swimmer was lowered to the water and then they were able to hoist the boater up. yeah. isn't that incredible in the darkness known back. yeah, we're going to be ok, obviously a scary situation that voter id and cited one for us to watch the rescue now that we know it all ended well, this amazing that they can help you and find you and. >> you know, in the dark like amazing work. the u.s. coast part always glad they're out there looking to keep us safe. all right. i don't think the waters were particularly rough hasn't been that windy accidents just happen where that cold but we'll find out. we got erica in the weather center for us this morning. good morning. good morning. your wrap up the winds, those trees behind. you weren't swerving like yesterday. so it's a little light for when conditions this morning. >> we'll pick up this afternoon, though a little bit as for current conditions outside san francisco. we are seeing some clouds and a little bit of fog in some
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places along the coast. we did see some drizzle as well in some places. however, the fog should be burning later this morning. as for what we're expected to see weekend. temperatures will be climbing. today is day one of a warming trend as high pressure is building to the east of us. that's also going to give us dry conditions and extreme fire danger and san francisco today. it will be in the lower 70's along the coast. we can expect low 60's to upper 60's out in half moon bay 77 in millbrae and burlingame from foster city down to mountain view, looking at 80's and in the south bay, we're actually going to hit the 90's today. in several places. stick to saratoga. 91 campbell 91, morgan hill also going to be the lower 90's warmer out there in pleasanton and livermore mid to upper 90's union city looking at 83 today. mid 70's in berkeley and richmond 96, though, out in concord and walnut creek also looking at mid 90's
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vacaville were already expected to hit the triple digits today and out in marin county here looking at 82 in noe valley and 90 in santa rosa today. so here's a look at the upcoming week there. notice our temperatures slowly getting up there by saturday. looks like it's going to be the warmest day of the week. again, we do have that excessive heat warning that will be in effect starting tomorrow afternoon through sunday. so if you're going to inland or in the south bay north bay those places are we're going to see temperatures in the triple digits. just be careful stay hydrated. and of course, keep your eye on your pet's pets as well. if you're going to be walking them outside are running and doing air any errands. now, i want check in on our traffic conditions. are right now. i did pick up this traffic collision that happened on 5.80 easton by santa rita road. we have the semi versus the sedan and the right lane is blocked. so
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they're working to clear that up out there. if you're taking the san mateo bridge this morning. looking good. but we do see that there are more cars out on the road as people are heading to work. they're moving a little slower verses earlier this morning. just 12 out to one. oh, one. as for the john barton branch heading out towards menlo park. 11 minutes. no issues there in either direction. westbound 24 from walnut creek to 5.80 just 11 minutes. here's a look at a couple of our other drive times around the bay going to send it back to you guys. thanks. a lot of 5.48 governor newsome made his first public appearance since the recall election was certified. >> and given official date. that date is september 14th our capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala takes a look at what the governor said. >> i look forward to. >> to see this as the recall election against him becomes a
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primary focus governor gavin newsome maintains he will not be distracted from his administration's other priorities. those include cleaning up the state's littered streets and addressing homelessness newsome speaking wednesday just off of the freeway at a clean california event in the bay area. the governor would not say how or if the september 14 special election date benefits him not take my eye off the ball. he asked me what the priorities are. to get rid of this. >> i'm a quincy profit in the river americana kids safely back in person instruction. our is back on their feet. putting away the pandemic once and for all may not happen anytime soon. 3 weeks after lifting the majority of his administration. statewide restrictions on businesses. the infectious delta variant is now california's most dominant covid-19 strain the pandemic and his administration's policies played a major role in the recall effort against him. newsome weighing in on the likelihood he will reinstate restrictions continue to get people vaccinated healthy and necessary. >> in sacramento, ashley zavala kron 4 news.
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>> well, a high-speed train from la to las vegas is a little closer to becoming a reality bright line holdings has announced that its purchased a 110 acres of land in nevada. the site's going to be developed as a las vegas terminal. it will have access from their out to the airport, to the strip, to the raiders football stadium there in vegas when it's finished that rain will go directly to victorville rancho cucamonga and palmdale in southern california. trains will then provide connections on to l a. >> well operate a 200 mile an hour. all electric high-speed train. great. you know, opportunities w ere you know, folks won't have endure drive times of over 6 hours, we'll be able to have trying times of free out. >> can i say it again rancho cucamonga love fun to say cook it's fantastic. the project will begin till next year. they had some delays because of covid-19 what i want. it was a high speed rail from oakland out to the raiders new stadium in you know i want to
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go out there and enjoy game. no, high-speed rail. i want one of those yeah. tick tubes. i want be shot like money in the bank when they put the thing i did who there and a half hour. that would be great. let's talk sports that that the raiders in august. but bay area baseball. the giants trying to avoid the sweep. >> with the cardinals bottom of the 5th, ok, everybody get inside donovan solano breaks is back out. she bad. the ball ends up in left field. that's an rbi double and that gives the giants a 2 run lead this case and that, that's enough to just going win this one final 5 to do and they now have a game in half lead over the dodgers like to say that >> the giants are off today. and then it's a 3 game series against the nationals that starts tomorrow. that's right. on friday. as for the a's there, try to keep pace with the astro's in the in the dugout. hanging out well, there are feeling good early
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on iraq. a good start, matt olson. but the is on the board with his 21st home run of the season. >> but in the 3rd, the astro's answered back. in fact, they took the lead with a three-run home run and then go on to take the win. final score. 43 is now 5 and a half games behind the astros. 2 will play again this morning. first pitch. >> it did you hear what he just said. that was mel all since did you say 21st home run. and that's why he's in the home run derby. and that's why he's in the all-star games see next week. i think we'll have live reports. you might have some live reports starting take breaks 5.52.
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 4 morning news at 6. >> good morning and thank you for joining us. on a thursday when you get there. you like to say a little frey fry. let's right that that closed friday and the the day yesterday is actually get pretty warm. but this weekend's going to get really hot. yeah. so if you think just think it can always be worse. sometimes that makes you feel better. although the saturday and sunday. so i don't that such a good thing. >> eric in the weather center for us now. good morning, erica. good morning, james and darya. well, yes, today temperatures will be warmer than yesterday. but even hotter on saturday which will be the warmest day of the week. however, currently temperatures are still cool. we're seeing some low clouds. >> along the bank coast and a little bit of fog still, which should keep burning off as we get closer to about 1130 this morning. 12 o'clock, larry c berkeley still can't really see the view because of the


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