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definitely a good morning for a jog before things do heat up later on today. as you can see and fog cast visibility is just fine radar showing us dry skies and like we had last week, we have those thunderstorms and morning showers, which they were certainly welcome seeing those showers that's not going to be the case this upcoming week 50's and 60's for our current temperatures before our warm afternoon. i'll be talking about just how hot it will get this afternoon. still ahead, your forecast. first, though, it is still pretty early on. so at least i'm not anticipating any travel issues but do we have any you know what, we don't have any major issues. i know there is an accident in san francisco. 80 westbound near 4th street. but we're not seeing any major delays as a result of that accident. >> at this hour. so that's the good news. as you're heading from the east bay into the city a little under 8 minutes for your drive. time to make it to that fremont street exit. let's get a look at the san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula a little under 14. so things are looking great. there. the richmond sandra fell commute as you head out of richmond
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down to under 8 minutes for your drive time. and let's go to the south bay. look at one. oh, one traveling a park about 27 minutes. no major issues along 2.85 or 82. we'll have more on that coming up for now, daria well, back to you both. thanks a lot. rate at 5 o'clock. kron 4. is your local election headquarters. and that's what we're talking about this morning. >> tomorrow voters are going to side if governor newsome will remain in office or be replaced. >> is up live there in the newsroom with us. she's got a little bit more detail. daria. and well, yeah, we have 24 hours until this election. >> and it is down to the very last hours for governor newsome and the other candidates to get it all together and make sure they get those last voters before the election day. now it's been tense the last couple of months, especially the last
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couple of weeks. it's become more and more intense. governor newsome was in oakland on saturday and he was in southern california today. today is where he's going to be slowly but surely he's gain more and more support from voters. the strategy for newsom has been dug a major democratic support with leaders like former president barack obama and u.s. senator elizabeth warren pushing the same message about the recall being republican backed newsome has been nonstop campaigning across the state as we know, he had vice president kamala harris by side last week out of the dozens of other candidates looking to replace newsom talk show radio host larry elder is still in the lead elder was also in los angeles yesterday campaigning making last minute jobs at the governor. but newsom made it clear what he thinks. voters may do on tuesday. >> well, you have to do is you know, your mailbox just vote no and go. don't you consider the other 46 choices. all right, larry elders, extreme
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even by extremes to this man given to some has been able to. >> switch the saying from a referendum on his behavior, his governance into a republican takeover. as if that has anything to do with crime. is anything to homelessness is if that has anything to do with the outrageous cost of living. >> going back and forth, back and forth now in the final hours before election day. president joe biden is coming to california to support governor newsome. the 2 will be in southern california today. this is the last push to get more voters to vote no on the recall. now coming up at 6 we have a brand new exclusive poll showing how the majority of voters are feeling right now, especially with just hours until election day is you're not going to see which way voters are swaying. plus will have input from political analysts from both the gop and democrats so stay tuned for that in about one hour from now. for now reporting live in the newsroom. sara stinson back to you in studio. thanks a lot,
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sarah. >> tomorrow is going to be the second time in state history that californians will vote in a recall election. but political experts say the circumstances are very different this time around. grosch paulson has the latest. >> you will be asked 2 questions. one, do you want to recall, governor gavin newsome. number 2, if the governor is recalled. who do you want to replace somewhat. this will be the second time california will vote on a recall election. the first time back in 2003 when then governor gray davis was recalled and replaced by ben% actor arnold portion, acre whirlwind. i mean, it's a lot different in 2000, 3 democratic strategist steve maviglio would know he was davis is press secretary. he says he's surprised. the governor kept a major democratic candidate out of the race. also circumstances are a lot different. then they were in 2003. there's so many more democrats or republicans are twice as many. >> and back in 2000, 3 was almost gray davis had a
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billion dollar budget deficit. gavin newsom has a multi billion dollar budget surplus. so when you can play santa claus giving away money for basically the entire year during this budget season as opposed to cutting the budgets of just about everyone. >> it makes a big, big difference. another thing that could be different republican candidate larry elder has added a tad to his website for voters to report election incidents and a petition to demand a special legislative session to investigate what he calls, quote, that was the result of the 2021 special election california's top election official telling fox 40. >> they plan to have a safe and fair election. i asked person. if you happen to win. we still continue with the best issue. do you believe one by fraud. >> no one wants to answer that question because only applies if they lose. so, you know, it's those kinds of things. i never lawsuit that gurajpal sangha fox 40 news. time now is 5. '05, and polls show that most latino voters are against getting rid of governor newsome. but some political strategists say that the
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governor. >> should not take the latino vote for granted. recent campaign stops in heavily hispanic populated areas show that winning the latino vote is key for either party in this race. california is home to 15 million latinos making up roughly 40% of the state's population. one poll from u c berkeley has 56% of likely latino voters keeping newsome as the governor exit polling shows lower than 64% of latinos who supported the governor's initial bid in 2018. that was the rate them. >> but latino vote is consequential to whether or not governor gavin newsome stays in the governor's mansion. one of the things that is going to determine how vote is whether or not they will vote. and so again, this is going to be about investing in turn out to drive turnout. >> some former democrats who voted to put newsom in office almost 3 years ago now say that they would rather kick him out. pedro glasgow says
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it's because of new sums. what he calls hypocritical behavior. >> he didn't use the mask. many sitting down at the french laundry restaurant and he anticipates everybody kind of like going do it, but you're not leading by example and especially with that. a crisis like this requires leadership. >> that voter. he says that many small businesses like his parents business were adversely impacted by the statewide lockdown when the pandemic hit republicans think that's part of the reason that some hispanics are swaying their way. >> the associated press, meanwhile, says california now has more democrats and independents and fewer republicans. the state also has more latino and younger voters right now, all those factors tend to favor democratic governor gavin newsome. as long as they get out and vote. there are now 22 million voters in the state compared to 15 million back in 2003 over this time. democrats have added 3 million to their ranks while republican numbers have remained flat. of course
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we are your election headquarters. will have full team coverage on election night starting at 05:00pm our crews here at kron. 4 will be all over the state as results come in. we're also have special edition of inside bay area, politics with our panel of political experts. be sure to look for live reports from candidate headquarters all over the state as well. again, tune in here kron 4 election night. that's tomorrow. tuesday. september 14 5. '08, is the time. and still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news president biden wants to spend trillions of dollars on things like climate change and childcare. >> but not all democrats are on board. we have the details coming up. a live report. and after the break, another fire breaks out in northern california and forces more evacuations overnight. this time it's in mendocino county will have the details ahead. and we are looking at a warm but really nice and clear start to the week, not talking. a lot of fog out there this morning and by the
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afternoon we do see the return of some 90's inland. it's a short lived warm-up. the rest of the week actually looks really comfortable. your forecast is ahead. >> and although we have seen some earlier accidents not tracking any major hot spots to slow you down on your monday morning commute will get a look at your drive times. once we get back.
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>> time now 5.12 on this monday morning in a large wildfire sparked over the weekend. and it's already destroyed several homes. the hopkins fire is now prompting evacuations up in mendocino county. it started yesterday afternoon just north of ukiah. this is some video from the alert. wildlife camera network according to cal fire burned 275 acres. it's now 10% contained. no word yet on how many of those buildings, though, have been destroyed or
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threatened. meanwhile, another fire sparked overnight up in the north bay. this one just above sausalito and marine city. the marin county sheriff's office tweeted this oicture of what they're calling the hock fire as of last night, marin county fire said crews were able to stop forward progress on the flames at around 45 acres. but crews did remain on scene throughout the night to monitor it. and the dixie fire. meanwhile, continues to burn in parts of 5 counties. nearly 2 months after it started so far it's burned more than 960,000 acres. and it's 67% conthined this morning. more than 1300 buildings have been destroyed by its flames while more than 1600 are still being threatened right now. cal fire says the overnight weather and the humidity did help moderate the fire as crews continue to make progress and strengthen those containment lines. daria. meantime, there's the caldor fire which has burned
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nearly 219,000 acres. it is 65% contained. >> more than 1000 buildings, a lot of homes and there have been destroyed. president biden is going to be visiting the area today and he's going to take a look at the damage from the wildfires in northern california. people are turning back to the grizzly flats area for the first time since that caldor fire forced them from their homes in ruin a shot followed one family as they went back to see what's left. >> or as i know it was still standing for the fire was on the other side of the ball all i know at this point is why i'm here. >> ation orders remained in effect in grizzly flats, the el dorado county sheriff's office handed out permits to residents to see their property or what was left of >> i'm just going to see if anything made it and wait till they allow me to go start doing my clean after nearly a month many people came back. i
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handful of homes survived. but many like michelle's realize there was no home to come back to. >> house michelle gardner and her 7 year-old daughter layla felt complete devastation where their home once stood. there is a fire to a fire hydrant every 500 feet here. >> i moved here. they reassured me that. oh, yeah, we've got to fire departments. there's a fire hydrant. every 500 so i just don't know why keep reading every excuse under the as to why they just watched it melted garage doors. blanketed the spot where the cars once part. >> the living room kitchen bathroom and bedroom speak one large area of broken glass bird shards of wood and mounds of rubble. where your bedroom it was
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>> in 7 months of each share. >> and she took it all in. michelle remembered, her home with her family as a place where they were happy we my flags. were the whole >> matt >> freight is michelle's neighbor across the street was grateful to come back to find the family home still standing. >> it's surely i really feel like it's more of an act of god. like my brother is sitting on top of the house and save my house or something. like i have no clue. >> and your brothers with time. yes. >> 5.16 right now. and situation is still so bad. i mean, for people to go home and think that their home
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might still be there to find out that it's not i cannot even imagine not feeling like i have the feeling that the weather is going to be little better, right when things cool off this week, john, that will help. it certainly is going to help this weekend. i know reyna was talking about a lot. just that nice cool feel that we had that was a very much so welcome. relief up around our wild fires burning in the sierra. >> we have a little mean the warm-up today and tomorrow and then we cool right back down, as you mentioned, aria. so that is definitely some good news right there that we're not looking at any major heat wave ahead of us. and even what we have going on today, which is the warmest day of the forecast is not going to be excessively warm. your view outside this morning. this is quite hour right here. looking good looking fog free for the vast majority of the bay area. nice way to kick off this monday morning. we are in a little resurgence of high pressure having built up just to our west. also a high center to our low as well. so there's really going to be a lot of sunshine today and it is going to be generally hotter inland. but that is a brief stint of warmth as we do see a low and some cooler air sinking in by the middle of
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the week. now, as far as air quality is concerned, we're good across the board. we do have a couple of moderate pockets inland. but really the vast majority of the bay is off to a solid start fog free temperatures mild enough near the bay on the coast and then of course the good air quality 60's and 70's for san francisco today. 60's right along the coastline 70's to 80's along the bayshore burlingame at 78 san carlos in redwood city, each 81 south bay temperatures in a range of 80's mostly san jose 84 degrees today fremont right 80 degrees. while some 90's inland pleasanton livermore and from danville up to concord all back into the 90's today warmer than you were over the weekend and definitely hot up in vacaville are only spot in the triple digits. nowhere else even getting close to that today. now today and tomorrow, our hottest of the forecast after that. it is relief that stays around for the rest of the week and into the weekend highs at our warmest by wednesday only in the 80's bayside areas staying pretty solidly in the 70's reyna.
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tom, thanks for that. so we had couple of accidents that have already started to clear up like this 1, 8, 80. >> northbound north of west winton avenue. so you're seeing just a slight residual delay as a result of that. but traffic is moving pretty nicely along to 38 8.80, heading into the city this morning. a little under 9 minutes for your drive times traffic starts to pick up. as you can see, the meteor lights are still off at this time. 5, 1880, moving along nicely as well. a little under 8 minutes as you head into richmond toward sandra fell. we're looking at the san mateo bridge as you head across the waters of an insular. a little under 13. we'll have more coming up. but for now, no oil and daria, back to you. thanks >> in national news this morning. the senate returns to the capital today from its summer break were work does continue on the president's 3.5 trillion dollar, human infrastructure plan and the plan includes investments in climate change, child care and all those social programs. but not all democrats agree on it. let's go live to dc correspondent jessi turnure. good morning. >> yeah. good morning, daryn.
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noel, while some democrats want to pause any work on the human infrastructure plan. others are really doubling down on the need to pass. not only that but the traditional infrastructure bill. >> can't go home and explain and i can't confirm. and right now you don't think you can expect can expect what we do all 50 senate democrats have to buy into president biden's 3.5 trillion dollars human infrastructure proposal for it to pass. >> but on nbc's meet the press west virginia senator joe mansion made it clear he's out. we should be looking at everything and we're not and that we don't have the need to rush into this spending plan would expand health care provide free preschool and community college and fun climate change for an awful lot of the things i'm for. also putting guardrails on mansion has said he could support a 1.5 trillion price tag, but others like vermont senator bernie sanders have proposed 6 trillion. a major compromise has already been made and there is a real
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danger, a real danger that this bill will lose that the infrastructure bill will lose in the house on abc's this week. sanders warned the bipartisan traditional infrastructure, build mansion supported will not make it to president biden's desk without a human infrastructure bill physical infrastructure. it's terribly important. but i happen to think that the needs of the human beings. all of our country working families. the children. >> the elderly the poor are even more important. sanders remains optimistic, though, that lawmakers will ultimately reach a deal just like they did with the latest round of covid relief. we work together. we did it. i think we're going to do it again. >> and the tentative deadline for senate committees submitting their draft legislation on human infrastructure. is this wednesday live in washington. i'm jessi tenure. thanks, jesse. >> coming up here after the break, a disturbing discovery inside of a dog toy here. why this toy is now being pulled from store shelves and be right back.
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>> 5.24 and only on kron. 4 pet food express is removing a certain brand of dog toys from their shelves because a couple of the east bay found a needle
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in one of the toys that is so scary. kron four's gayle ong talk to this couple. she has their story. >> this is the middle. he was all over and one >> israel says saito says he found the needle as he was playing with his dog oliver at concord homes. that is so light. >> with an aide to get the squeaky i'm made this weekend because all of us crazy over it and then i to myself really my fingers and was like housing for the hurt. that's when he said he found the sewing needle coming out from inside the toy is was pretty scary for especially because all over. >> full of or he is. we love all over. and i got so worried that he could. >> the toy was purchased at a pet food express store in concord. saito and his spouse immediately contacted the store manager and they say the manager contacted the manufacturer, a spokesperson for pet food express sent a statement to kron 4 that reads in part, quote, we are so grateful that no pet was hurt.
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while we have never had an incident with this manufacturer. we are directing our stores to remove the product from their shelves until we can be certain that the product is safe. a statement to kron 4 from the manufacturer patchwork pet reads in part, quote. >> safety is our number one priority. never in our 13 years of business. have we encountered a safety related issue like this require procedure is that all toys must go through metal detection prior to packaging. the quality control team is investigating and will make any necessary corrections no, think will for the full response from both companies and just wants to spread awareness to other pet owners that means always checking toys for all of her before play time. >> in concord. gayle ong kron 4 news. >> there is an ongoing showdown between police officers and firefighters against the city of san jose that could end up having firefighters and police officers fired from their jobs or explain what's going on in a live report from police headquarters.
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know, it kind of does don't go. and i think like last week has a short week for a lot of people. it is definitely back to i got new york start school today. a million kids start school today. can you measure just recap thick. yeah, yeah. huge. well, everyone's back to school. few more people back to the store confirm this is in their pjs. yeah, aj is the only a little bit jealous of the pj's that sounds so we are looking at a pretty busy morning. good news is, though, that has so many commuters are back on those roadways. you're doing so with some really clear skies. the golden gate bridge free of fog this morning. >> as as your view from the east bay looking down at your berkeley hills cam right here where you can see yeah, no fog blocking out this view that thin veil, a marine layer is evidence, but it isn't blocking out disability radar. also nice and dry this morning and was what's going to happen into the afternoon. we're going to see our hottest day of your forecast. but nothing excessively hot either. so
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this is actually a really calm forecast to be talking about for the week ahead of us. i've got the details on exactly what to expect. still to come. but first of all, we're talking about a little bit of traffic on the roads rain where we you know what, things are pretty nice and light for us at this hour. again, as you're traveling towards menlo park about 28 minutes along one. oh, one. >> 2, 8085 to 82 not tracking any major delays. we had a little slowing along 8 80 earlier in the hayward area or an accident was cleared off of the road that things are moving nicely now, especially on 6.80 as well as you head into the city this morning. a little under 9 minutes, no major delays looks like the metering lights are still off for us this morning. also moving along pretty nice headed across towards the peninsula. you can make that drive under 13. look at the richmond. sandra fell commute a little under 8 minutes as you head out of richmond highway for. let's check on things. 15 minutes as you're traveling towards concord to 42 noel and ari, back to you. thanks a lot. raise 5 31 1 day away now from the recall election of governor gavin
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newsome. and today president biden is in california. >> he's going to campaign for the governor. that's right. the president's going to begin his visit in sacramento, though, karma dickerson is live this morning with more on the president's visit. good morning to you. >> good morning. the president scheduled to touch down here just about 2.15 today. and this is after coming from idaho there are some main focuses of the visit throughout the state of california and even throughout idaho we're talking about fires policy and politics starting in idaho. he is going to be discussing a national fire response, getting updates from local leaders been here on the ground in sacramento is going to be at cal. oh, yes, essentially the office of emergency services. >> to talk about the response to wildfires in the devastating effect that had on the state of california. then he takes to the air again serving fire damage from the caldor fire that has devastated largely eldorado county, then back here to again. talk about not just the
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fires but what he's doing about them, his policy, his infrastructure plan and how he plans to combat that. so that takes us the fire and policy, then it's down to long beach. bottom of california and southern california and then the game is politics. he's going to be actively campaigning for governor gavin newsome, as we know, we're just hours away from the time people have to their ballots in the recall election. he's going to be urging voters to vote no on that recall and keep governor gavin newsome in place. so a very busy in quite a long day for the president. most of that day. he's going to be spending in the golden state reporting from either. i'm karma dickerson. thank you. karma. >> time now is 5.33 and we've got a lot of other news that we're following this morning. one of the big stories in the south bay san jose. there's a firefighter union and the police unions. they're both pushing back on the plan to mandate covid vaccines for city employees not happy about this one. they don't have much time. however, to push back on this city. workers are required to get vaccinated by
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the end of this month. kron four's will tran live now in san jose with the latest. well. >> here's what you need to know right now. you can go to work at the police department and the fire department and still go, though weekly covid-19 tests and not be vaccinated. they just want to make sure that you are negative but come september 30th. you will not have that on the table. you will have to be fully vaccinated according to the city and that impacts about 1800 police officers and firefighters in san jose. now the majority of them have already been vaccinated in fact, about 90% of city workers in san jose have already received both shots and they're good to go. but they're still working out the details on exactly what's going to happen to those firefighters and police officers who are pushing back saying. >> they will not be vaccinated. they have their reasons and they're against it
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at this particular time. they still have some time. the city has not blinking at this particular time. neither are the unions, but they still have more than 2 weeks to work something out or the way stands right now. there is a possibility that those firefighters and police officers who are not vaccinated, could be terminated. now take a look at your screen. we reached out to firefighters union over the weekend. here's what they had to say about their current situation. they're saying that we encourage our members to get vaccinated. but we are not against excuse me. we are not for the vaccine mandate and we do not believe that anybody should be terminated over the vaccine that the city they seem to appear to have a little bit of wiggle room that they want to continue working with the firefighters and the police officers over this matter and there is a chance instead of being terminated, they could be suspended. the police officers and the
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firefighters unions are saying we cannot lose any police officers or firefighters at this time for their respective reasons. according to the police officers. they're saying that they're already understaffed. according to the fire department there union. they they're saying that they need the firefighters all hands on deck because obviously of the fires within the city. also a lot of those firefighters are sent to the front lines to handle the wildfires so they cannot lose one person over the vaccine mandate. of course, this is still being worked out. not every day you see a showdown between the city and 2 of the biggest unions or at least the powerful unions in san jose. the firefighters and the police officers the right now it seems that the city does have the leverage back to you. all right. thanks a lot. well, in the north bay, solano county supervisors are expected to vote on establishing a mask mandate tomorrow. >> solano counties. the only county in the bay area that doesn't have an indoor mask mandate. this vote comes after city leaders in and benicia
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reinstated, a mask mandate which defied the county's mask ordinance. pfizer is seeking approval for its vaccine in kids ages 5 to 11 years old, emergence. you thoughts use authorization could mean that all school age kids could be eligible to get shot. the emergency authorization requires companies to submit 2 months of safety data on trials versus the 6 months required for full fda approval federal regulators could approve pfizer's request by the end of october. 5.37 here on this monday morning and still ahead on the kron morning news the forty-niners escape their first game with a win for the almost blew a huge lead. we've got the highlights. >> coming up after the break. plus with football season back in full swing bay area bars. they're hoping to see a big boost in business and skies are clear. that's this morning as is also the case pretty
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write that that's from. >> they point to santa teresa. meantime, the green line which is currently operating from old ironsides the dear don. that should be back in full operation soon. free fares for light rail continue through the end of the month. in san francisco cable cars are not. however, in service because there's an electrical issue at the bar. so cable cars have been replaced with limited bus service on all lines. they'll tell us when it's they also say that the f market historic street cable cars from the castro to fishermans wharf. those are operating. so you catch your eye. there were no word on when the cable cars as a whole will be back in service will keep you posted. it's 5.41. we'll be right back.
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♪didn't you know?♪ ♪i just need you, you, you♪ ♪ ♪ >> 5.44, right now and we're checking out the weather. it's too early to tell with the day's going to shape up like that. john has the crystal who does. it was very it was really nice yesterday. i want to say today was just going to be hotter today, it is today is going to be the hottest of the forecast. so some mid 90's out there. we've even got a triple digit on the map today. so it is one if you are inland said get ready for that heat. at we are looking at your north calhoun. the weather center forecast this morning. nice and clear, though it is a beautiful start to the day. so
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get out there. do those errands take the dog on a walk and enjoy what is a very pleasant start your berkeley hills camera that view not blocked out by any sort of fog this morning skies will remain dry not just today but really for the remainder of the week as we have a strong ridge of high pressure set up in place. this is going to keep us pretty hot today and tomorrow. but after that, that cold front that's sitting right there to the north and west of us. that's going help to at least nudge out this built up high and allow temperatures to fall back into the 80's that our warmest starting on wednesday. now, as far as air quality goes, we're good pretty much across the board. there's a couple of moderate pockets inland. but nothing crazy to know. so we're looking at good air quality temperatures near the coastline. all right. even though we are hot inland 60's 70's for san francisco 60's right along the coastline today and then for most of our bayshore cities will be a range of 70's to 80's burlingame at 78 san carlos and redwood city each at 81 degrees today south bay temperatures 70's 80's for you as well. there's your 90's
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further inland, pleasanton and livermore at 9293 while san leandro in oakland in the mid 70's conquer down through danville in the mid 90's. the 85 all vacaville triple digit heat for you at one. oh, one santa rosa through center fell in the mid-eighties. this is your lookahead next 7 days. definitely getting cooler today and tomorrow are the hot ones with high temperatures in the 90's inland after that wednesday starts to cool down and we further cool things down into thursday, friday and saturday and sunday reyna tom, thank for that. started in the south bay where we did have a hit and run accident here. >> and so as a result of that were seen just a slight delay along one. oh, one northbound, 1, one at oakland road in san jose. but the other highways 6.80 adjacent to that have not been impacted. so things are looking great except for that little stretch of highway heading into the city. they the metering lights on. so a little under 11 minutes for you to make it to that fremont street exit 5, 1880 also moving pretty nicely. >> that's seen any major delays along there a little under 8 minutes as you head to
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richmond towards sandra fell. let's check on things and see if anything has been impacted by that accident near oakland road. you can see still a 30 minute drive as you're traveling towards menlo park and highway 4 little under 16 minutes to make it 2 to 42 in concord, dorian and noel, back to you. thank you. reena 5.47. and let's talk football. the san francisco forty-niners as scape ing detroit with a win. >> against the lions. let's take a look at the highlights, jimmy g got the start, of course. but in the 1st quarter rookie trey lance didn't get to make his debut and his first passing nfl touchdown that gave the niners the lead lance only came in the game for a handful of plays the rest of the game was handled by garage in the 3rd quarter. jimmy hits deebo samuel down the sideline. that's an 89 yard. td jimmy g finished the game with 314 yards passing and that touchdown gives the niners a 28 point lead. but then the lions boy, did they come back. they eventually cut the niners lead to just h the
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last play the game, though the niners defense gets the stop in san francisco. when is it really? it wasn't close at all. and it ends 41 to 33. here's head coach kyle shanahan. >> i know i came became too concerned with protecting our guys as as opposed doing whatever you take. got to do to win. but you got to do to win his play. every single down least the last time the whole game got a little caught up and then we lost jv. but fortune report out. if get out >> obviously not the way we want to finish it. but was offense for a little bit. there. and now we've got a pretty good move. cars and plays it was on fire and all pretty good. so official better. but at the end of the day went away. >> next week. the niners will travel to philadelphia to take on the eagles kick off at 10:00am. >> the raiders. meantime, they're going to start their season tonight against the baltimore ravens. it's going
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to be their first home game with fans allowed in the stands of the raiders. new stadium the hospital get their palace. yes. and for the fans going, they have to show proof. they've been vaccinated. madison kimbro has more. it's the first home game. but it's also the first since the raiders announced their vaccine mandate for fans may have ring through all of that is a concern as his parking. the key plan ahead and leave early as for the mandatory vaccination requirement raiders. president dan didn't really is proud to be implementing this plan and feels that monday will have a safer atmosphere because of it. >> we think the environment's going to be safe and friendly. and we think that everybody will enjoy what they've missed for a year. the ability to come to the game celebrate with their friends feel safe not only for themselves but the person sitting next to them. then trailingtalso added that as for those who aren't vaccinated. the option is their dad allegiant to get the shot along with on game day. and for those who get their first shot. they will be allowed entry into the game with a mask on.
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>> that was madison kimbro reporting kickoff for tonight's game monday night football raiders and ravens 5.15, will be watching with the football season. now in full swing bay area bars. they're hoping to see an uptick in business keyes r pub in san francisco has been struggling to stay afloat during the pandemic. the bar's manager says a boost in business could not come soon enough. >> the sec it. before you say that you've got some good people causing all of the area kemper the because that is a part of the forty-niners has back to normal since covid just ruin everyone's lives in. >> really tough. just excited to get back out and have some fun. >> look like they had a good turnout there yesterday. other bar owners tell kron 4 business was still slow, but they're hoping that it will pick up as we get further into the football season. we hope so. >> we're still in the heat of the baseball season. now in san francisco. giants have a chance tonight to be the first to clinch a playoff spot and this will be the first time since 2016, if the giants beat
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the padres tonight. they will be guaranteed at least one of the 2 wild-card spots. yesterday's giants completed the sweep of the cubs giants have now won 7 games in a row. they still have a 2 and a half game lead over the dodgers in the nl west first pitch tonight against the padres 6.45. at oracle park. the a's meantime, taking on the texas rangers and texas jumped out to an early lead and never looked back. texas won this 1, 4, to 3 oakland is now 3 games back in the american league wild card race. the a's are off today. and then they go to kansas city for a series against the royals starting tomorrow. you want to let you know september is hunger action month kron 4 is partnering with feeding america to help end food insecurity. scanned the qr code that you see on your screen that way you can get a little bit more information on how to donate to the local food charities here in the bay area also be sure to watch us all month long. we're going to
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may see a few. the uss tripoli is the navy's newest amphibious assault ship. it is a monster check it the crews participate in the annual defense support of civil authorities exercise which highlights the unique. humanitarian and aid and disaster relief capabilities of this giant worship. usually that exercise happens during fleet week, but they're doing it early to accommodate all agencies that are involved fleet week is set for october 4th through the 11th. but it's back this year yeah. it's been long time up in the north bay. the city of vacaville came together this weekend to raise money for a local marine. he's fighting for his life after being critically injured. >> during last month's bombing in kabul. us marine sergeant tyler justin vargas. andrews is being treated at walter reed medical center in washington, d c he's had 13 surgeries. so far even more are scheduled over the weekend fund raising efforts up in
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vacaville raised nearly $10,000 for his recovery. an organization that helps veterans and first responders hosted this event volunteers tied yellow ribbons held a lunch benefit. organizers say every seat and even the vacaville mayor came out to participate. >> we wanted to help raise some money to make sure that any needs that arise from his care and moving forward are taken care of that. the community takes care of those needs and mission up and find force today. >> sergeant andrews grew up in vacaville before moving to folsom the yellow ribbons are going to be put up all around the area as a sign of hope for those in the community. >> coming up next in the next hour, the gubernatorial recall election just one day away. we have an exclusive new poll showing how californians plan to vote. plus a vaccine mandate soon going into effect in one south bay city that some first responders say they're against it. we'll have a live report on that on the
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supposed to be the 7, minutes. is not >> everybody's back to work. you might have to work out the kinks will exit for james who is off this week and then well, bellow is here with me and i'm darya folsom. good to have you here. this happy to be here for sure. a little earlier than i'm used to. but you guys are making it ok. yeah, tried. kind of ramp things up. will use u n and it looks like the forecast is going to be hot today. have today cool tomorrow yes. so hot today cool later on this week which will be certainly a nice change of pace today is going to be the hottest one of this forecast with highs climbing well into the mid 90's inland. we've even got a triple digit in the map for a vacaville. >> as far as this morning goes, though, what a nice way to start the workweek. we are looking at some clear skies up above finn marine layer there veiling that east bay, but we are seeing any fog in the east bay this morning. as you can see and fog cast visibility is a-ok all across the board now 50's and 60's our current temperatures pittsburgh and brett with our


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