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welcome back to the kron 4 morning news it on for you now for 29 am. >> and we're actually checking your traffic and your weather. we are supposed to have a lovely, but very warm next couple of days. good morning, john. hey yes, it's definitely going to be hot, especially for inland areas. today. daytime highs inland climbing close to triple digits, which is just a little too close for comfort. >> for areas like vacaville an antioch should be up to 99 to 98 today. >> as for temperatures right now, it's cool. it's a little on the gray side for some of us. but hey, what else is new is we're starting another august morning. you can see outside the san francisco that visibility is overall fine right along or beside areas. there are some pockets of dense fog in the north bay and then up the east bay hills. you'll also notice some areas where visibility is lower. berkeley hills. cam is one of the views that have been showing that this morning, futurecast of winds. is it right now showing overall calm
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conditions for most spots. we do have to wind advisories. one on the bay bridge in one on the benicia bridge as that cool air tries to make its way further inland not going to be so successful in cooling or inland areas down today, though radar shows are dry skies across the region. shouldn't notice too much in the form of drizzle out there unless you're further north up in northern sonoma county temperatures right now are in the 50's to 60's with san jose and livermore each at 61 alameda at 59 berkeley and san mateo each right now at 58 degrees. so it is a cool start to the morning. but around the same as it was yesterday. so as you're stepping outside, remember the field that you had for your monday and well, we're starting things off pretty similar for your tuesday. as for afternoon temperatures. well, you can see inland spots will be close to that triple digit mark in some spots bayside areas in the 70's to 80's. so pretty warm right along the bay of course, cooler at the coast as you'd expect highs mostly in the 60's reyna. john, thank you for that. check your traffic at 4.31.
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>> we're looking at the bay bridge like john mentioned earlier, high winds across the bay bridge. take your time as you drive in a little under 10 minutes to make it to that tree must exit from the maze at this hour, the san mateo bridge. also pretty nice life for us. a little under 14 minutes for your drive time there. the golden gate bridge. as you can see, we still see some overnight cone. trump. the construction, they have the air. but again, nothing stopping, you know, major fog to slow us down about 20 minutes as you're heading into the city and the richmond sandra fell bridge a little under 9 minutes out of richmond. now we're going to follow up on a story we first brought you over the weekend. a man died. another person injured when gunfire erupted at a large party. this all out in sunnyvale. >> it happened saturday night at air bnb. investigators say the person killed was just 18 years old. kron four's, maureen kelly has the latest on that investigation. there. >> a simple bouquet of white flowers sits on the driveway in front of the ranch style home in navarro drive where one man lost his life when
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shots rang out at a huge party being thrown there. news for us in it this is a good neighborhood. they don't expect this is going to be happen. the neighbor didn't want to appear on camera. but even living one street over, she could hear the sounds of the party and the gunfire. i heard in a you know, the explosion. first it was to the sunnyvale department of public safety says they were called to the home because of a complaint about noise and arriving officers found as many as 200 attendees. many were teenagers as officers were stage waiting for extra resources and attempted to locate the homeowner. they heard shots fired. the santa clara county medical examiner's office has identified 18 year-old elias el honea as the young man who died of his injuries at a san jose hospital. a second adult victim underwent surgery and is expected to survive. so far no arrests have been made. >> obviously there was a lot of people there. i'm sure there's a lot of witnesses. so we're we're look at all different angles and social media and things like that. we
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are hoping that the committee will come forward. >> the captain says the address is not registered with the city as a short-term rental neighbors say the home is rented out as an air bnb and managed by the owners relative the santa clara county assessor's office says the home was purchased in 2018 by cage aux who has a mailing address in maryland. in a statement air bnb called the party unauthorized saying this host bans parties in her house rules. and as a company air bnb bans parties and party houses and have taken steps to try and block or cancel potential risky bookings air bnb says they're cooperating with law enforcement and just lifting has been deactivated as they investigate the incident. maureen kelly kron 4 news. that wasn't the first time a shooting is actually occurred at an air bnb here in the bay area. >> it's been almost 2 years since 5 people were killed at a halloween party in orinda for others were also injured. no arrests have been made in that case. but since then, the san francisco based home
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sharing company says it than what they call open invite party. so that's parties that are open to anyone and advertised on social media. another big story, the family of angelo quinn, tino and east bay. navy veteran has filed a federal wrongful law up for wrongful death lawsuit against the city of antioch. they claim that any of officers pressing need is neck for nearly 5 minutes while responding to a call for a mental health crisis. this back in december lawsuit names, the city of antioch police chief to monae brooks and 4 other officers. the family says the officers use excessive force while trying to restrain him. >> our view that the officers just the monica de escalation. if they could have a conversation. it could have communicated that could reassess the situation. no, they did not do that and maybe threw him to the floor. >> so far the city of antioch has not commented on that lawsuit. in the east bay. new
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developments in the case of philip cry. check. officials announced a premium, a preliminary autopsy shows there were no signs of foul play in his death. crytek was first reported missing while running in the pleasant hills in early july. you might remember his body was discovered last tuesday about a quarter mile from his intended route. authorities did not say when the final autopsy results might be released crytek leaves behind a wife and 2 young children. last battles man is pleading for your help in finding his dog. the 2 year-old miniature australian shepherd was stolen outside the north santa cruz avenue safely on friday afternoon kron four's michelle kingston has the details in that. >> everybody knows my dog. and the 2 he's kind of a regular in town. this is bowie it. 2 year-old miniature australian shepherd his owner tied them up outside the north, santa cruz avenue safeway in los gatos on friday afternoon and
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within minutes, he was stolen i think it's just a few minutes. i was in there mask or something. it was very brief. this is surveillance video showing the woman suspected of stealing bowie, walking toward him with a big dark bag. >> then walking away with him on leash before pulling out of the parking lot and this older model black mercedes-benz ml suv. the suspect is described as a middle aged woman with long reddish hair. somebody knows something. >> and that's my feeling is set. you know, somebody knows the woman or the vehicle or something. any leads that we can get would be great. bowie weighs about 15 pounds. he's gray and white with one blue eye and one half blue and half brown. i he was wearing a blue collar at the time he was taken. his owner says he is microchipped. >> he misses his friendly personality and their daily walks and has this message for the person who stole him, please bring him back.
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>> you know, he's my companion. you know, i don't have kids are anything else, you know. so that's it's it's important to me. you know, i bonded with the dog and i believe, you know, i need him back. it's really heartbreaking out to go through this in los gatos michelle kingston, kron 4 news. >> happening today. more school districts are opening across the bay area. they kiwanis union high school district castro valley unified school district east side union high school district morongo unified school district piedmont unified school district and san ramon valley unified school district. for many students going back to school means getting back to club activities and sports teams. the pandemic put a stop to most sports last year including women's basketball, the team at archbishop mitty high school was up for a championship when everything was shut down. the team's head coach says having a shorter season during this past spring
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was helpful for players, but she says she's looking forward to having a full season. >> you know, were most focused on bringing the kids back of joy of the game and being together with their friends. everyone was so isolated with also keeping in mind this this idea of doing it safely. and so we need to keep the health in the forefront of our minds, from the physical health but also the emotional health ensuring that they have the opportunity to be around their friends and play the game that they love with people that they love. coach. philip says parents of fans have to be patient with the ongoing covid safety protocols. >> coming up next on the kron 4 morning news, big changes are coming to a most popular ski resort. we're going to explain after the break.
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>> welcome back to the kron 00:00am morning news. a big story this morning. a new report from the united nations is calling the climate crisis. so dire. it's now considered, quote, the code red for humanity. top scientists around the world say the potentially catastrophic changes to our planet are happening even faster than we thought. joe khalil has the details. there. >> more severe droughts and heat waves more intense floods. deadly wildfires all
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coming and there's no longer anything we can do to stop it. that dire picture. the latest forecast in a nearly 4,000 page climate report released by united nations panel scientist. it is indisputable the human activities are causing climate change. how do we reassure our kids. >> the planet thing is still going to memorable. words are enough. denial certainly isn't a plan. the un report says it is now a scientific certainty c '02 and greenhouse gas emissions are responsible for global temperature increase of one degree celsius and an additional one and a half degree increase is inevitable. >> by 2050. the report says, quote, many changes to the past and future greenhouse gas emissions are irreversible for centuries to millennia, california senator alex padilla says his state is seeing the consequences today. another year of record breaking wildfires give the
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drought given extreme heat. this is what happens. republicans on capitol hill say despite the bleak scientific picture. >> it's important to take action so long as it won't put people out of work people. got to focus on of climate change. but don't kill jobs and other support green energy innovation but say a top down government approach isn't the solution to create fossil fuel alternatives. allow the private sector to do what we do best, which is in debate. >> that's the way to attack this. >> that was joe khalil reporting. there is some hope, according to the report, if human behavior changes enough, there's a small window of opportunity to keep the damage from getting significantly worse. >> all right. well, as a planning a week there tuesday. maybe you're like mean, you just take it a day at a time. john sabol has your weather forecast for this tuesday morning. good morning, john. it's all you can do. specially on that we are going to be looking at conditions today. >> that are hot. so you may want to take it a minute by time and just enjoy this
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morning before temperatures do eventually he tapped into the afternoon. you're nor the weather center forecast as of right now is showing visibility just fine at the coast as you can see from half moon bay here. we do have that low blanket of clouds sitting right above us. but as far as visibility goes on highway one year fairing pretty well. it's mostly our hillsides right about the bay in the east bay and then further north and the north bay where you are seeing some impacts, anything you're seeing this morning is likely just to be areas of marine layer and low cloud cover, not so much smoke and haze. we will see air quality good for most of the bay today, obviously to our north and to our north and east around the dixie fire as we're having that big air quality impact. fortunately for us in the bay area. most of that smoke has been set out of the region. but there is some smoke sitting just off shore, which is gradually going to defuse in with our onshore breeze the next couple of days. so you may notice a moderate impact from time to time. little faint, smell of smoke, but nothing too drastic as the
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bulk of all that smoke and ash continues to be sent out of the region to the east sparing us at least in the bay area. the worst of that impact. it will be foggy at the coast today. some clearing going on. but definitely cooler than our inland areas 60's for most of our coastal spots will be cited inland areas on the warm side 70's to 80's along the bay shore today burlingame 82 degrees 86 in saying carlos mountain view and palo alto beach 82 south bay temperatures getting close to the 90's if not to the low 90's san jose 88 for today's daytime high freeman to 85 pleasanton livermore check 96 where as walnut creek. it's up to 97 and danville at 98 degrees today head over to 24 oakland and berkeley. you're only going to be in the 70's. so might be a good spot to do some dining right along the bayshore out there antioch in vacaville upper 90's close to triple digits in these 2 areas. nevado right at 90 degrees. so you get the picture. it's a hot day ahead of us in the hot forecast. as
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we round out the rest of this weekend work our way into the upcoming weekend skies. stay dry and sunny highs inland well into the 90's bayshore areas in the 70's to even low 80's reyna. john, thank you for that. we are tracking your morning commute. >> heading from the east bay into the city a little under 11 minutes for your drive. time to make it to that fremont street exit the san mateo bridge also pretty light for us. a little under 13. so things are moving along there. the golden gate bridge as you're traveling there. no major fog slowing you down 20 minutes for your drive. time and the richmond center fell bridge. as you head into richmond a little under 9 minutes. well, 2 of the biggest ski resort and are seen some big changes this week. helicopters are pouring the concrete for new gondola that will soon link squaw valley and alpine medals. dennis shanahan has the details for us. there. >> construction crews are laying the groundwork and the underground work that will
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support region's first ever base to base gondola power lines, internet lines, snowmaking pipes that are all under the ground that we need to make sure that we're rerouting not getting in the way of what constructing this list. >> at this point in the project, helicopters are delivering buckets of concrete to places on the mountain where support structures will be anchored for using the helicopter to do things that. >> you could use a truck to do, but it will be more environmentally sound helicopter for public relations manager alex behold ski explains the project is many years in the making. the 2 resorts had to first come to an agreement with the landowner. so the gun to look across private property. >> and then there was a long environmental review process. now it's just up to the weather. the visibility and the availability of construction materials. some of the helicopter pilots had to take time off this project to go fight fires with any construction project. obviously. >> timelines are very dependent on a lot of different variables. so the resort is not yet announcing a target completion date. we
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really made a lot of progress on this project and where we're really looking forward to see how far we've before the squaw valley and alpine meadows joined forces as one resort in 2011. but to get from one base to the other. you have to drive 7 miles. this can be a very long 7 miles when the roads are covered in snow. >> the gondola solves that problem when it's completed. its going to be great. people aren't able to go from. >> one mountain to the other in about 16 minutes. they want to get their cars. we can take some cars off the road in between the 2 resorts, squaw valley which will have a new name. this fall is open during construction for hiking biking, aerial tram rides and just taking in this amazing scenery. there are some hiking trails towards the bottom that have some detours in place right now because we really don't want people getting in the way of any of the construction work for their safety. so if you head to our web sites while pine dot com before your visit. you can kind of check what hiking trails might be a little bit different than usual in squaw valley. dennis shanahan fox 40 news.
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>> in bay area baseball. the giants are leading the nl west as they started 2 game series against the arizona r% diamondbacks. a day. the giants of 30 games. over 500 for the first time since 2003 and they're above 500 after beating some of the best teams with winning records. giants are gearing up for a playoff run the players know they'll be getting everyone's best shot as they hit the final stretch of the regular season. >> just got but in a situation of all the as we start getting guys back. a lot of that have been around for long time obviously went through a little bit of a tough stretch from milwaukee, and truth about what is probably just got spend. almost 2 weeks just nonstop ground game it out. and honestly it's incredible. >> tonight's game against the diamondbacks. his home at oracle park. first pitch, 6.45. meanwhile, is also playing some great baseball as
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of late. they've won 8 out of their last 10 games and are now just 2 games of the astro's in the ale west just a week ago. they were 5 in and a half games back despite their recent success. a's manager bob melvin just keeping everything in perspective. >> there's a lot of baseball left and into the main thing you need to do is just focus on yourself we're playing better baseball right now get win some games and once comes in september and especially down towards the end. we play them. we play seattle and you know, that's the time you probably. against decided. so you just try to not get too emotional about watching the score words. >> a's are on the road today facing the cleveland indians first pitch is going to be at 4.10. kron 4 is the bay area, home of the raiders. you can watch the silver and black take on the seattle seahawks and the first preseason game this saturday on kron 4. >> it all starts at 5.30 the end. well for raiders pre-game
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show followed by the game at 06:00pm and then analysis of all the action on the calm for
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>> welcome back 4.54 in close to 5 o'clock. now as we do so skies are clear enough that visibility isn't much of a concern for most of the bay area this tuesday morning. it's more. so what we're looking at towards the afternoon that i'm concerned about, which is going to be some of her hot inland temperatures. this is 24 winding its way to the east
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bay hills right here in area that is going to be well into the 90's later on today as for our coastal spots, daytime highs will be some of her most comfortable only in the 60's staying partly cloudy for many coastal areas. but you'll get your window of sunshine out there. more than a window of sunshine inland church to but didn't sun and highs climbing well into the 90's just take a look at these temperatures across the bay come the afternoon highs in antioch livermore as well as nevado at morgan hill in the 90's today conquered at 95 oakland. on the other hand, really comfortable at 75 if you need to escape the inland heat reyna. >> thank you for that, john. so you're soon have more chances to become a millionaire starting august 23rd powerball drawings will expand to 3 days a week. so now there will be drawings on mondays wednesdays and saturdays tickets remain $2. jackpots are going to start at 20 million dollars. coming up in the next hour, the dixie fire raging.
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>> out of control as it threatens more homes will have the latest overnight. details on the firefighting effort at the top of the hour. plus more schools return to in-person learning across the area as covid cases continue to rise. we'll have the details coming up in a live report.
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning >> good morning, everybody. thank you for joining us on this tuesday on james fletcher and i'm reyna harvey in for darya folsom. now we'll start off the hour with a check of weather and traffic as well. let's find out what it's like outside. if you're just going to head out the door here in a minute. good morning, john. hey, good morning. we are looking at conditions today that are going to be really sunny really warm come the afternoon. as for now, we have a little cloud cover and we're also looking at temperatures at their most comfortable see, you may want to enjoy this morning. more than later on today. looking outside at our cameras situated in san francisco. visibility is fine. when you look at the horizon. but there's some cloud cover right above the bay and that is resulting in lower visibility for the east bay hills and then especially up into the north bay. some pockets of lower visibility out that direction. current temperatures mostly in the 50's to 60's a cool start to
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what will be a scorcher of a haftar noon, especially inland. i'm talking about how hot it will get. and when to enjoy some afternoon time. still ahead, something here that we are starting with your bridges this morning heading from the east bay into the city. a little under 11 minutes for your drive time there. things are looking great. >> that's going to get a look at the san mateo bridge as you head across towards the peninsula a little under 14 minutes for your drive time there. so thanks. also looking well, the richmond sandra fell to be heading out of richmond. a little under 2 minutes for your drive. time. air traffic pretty light and the golden gate solid 20 minutes as you're traveling into the city will have more on your weather and traffic. but for now, let's get back to the news. all right. thank you very much. rain at 05:00am our top story this morning continues to be the dixie fire which is still raging out of control this morning. the fire now burning more than 480. >> 1000 acres and the red outline. here is the perimeter of the fire at just 22% contained this morning. and as i said, it is large second largest


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