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♪ at usaa we've been called too exclusive because we only serve those who've honorably served. all ranks. all branches. and their eligible family members. yep, that is exclusive. and we're fine with that. >> claims of hate crimes are hitting the city of palo alto and african-americans are the target. police are right now investigating racist graffiti discovered at a playground kron four's philippe call reports on how children may have seen it. >> park services and public works crews in palo alto have removed the racist graffiti.
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someone discovered on the playground at party park, a passer by stumbled across the vandalism thursday night. but police say it's unclear how long ago it was written or how many people may have seen. it's a terrible situation and i don't like it. police say the graffiti included racial slurs directed at african-americans. the latest u.s. census statistics show african-americans make up less than 2% of the population. well, caucasians account for about 56% of the city. we have true legal community. lots of mothers and young kids. >> and the thought of someone doing a a a outrageous statement. it's really upsetting at this time. police do not have a suspect but say they are investigating this case as a hate crime. one neighbor says a similar incident was reported here 2 years ago. >> adding though, that this act comes as a shock. the hope is no kids saw the graffiti
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love. the kids so young they can't read. but that's not the point. alex sandro who was visiting from seattle with her 8 year-old daughter is upset. people need to talk with a key. talk that the teenagers probably. >> is. it comes from teenagers in palo alto, phillipe djegal all kron. 4 news. >> police in nevada have a rest of the bay area, man. that's the suspect. photo for stabbing death. that happened in san jose and made the suspect is kenneth rogers from alameda county, san jose. police say that he stabbed a woman to death. may 15th. they work with police in las vegas to make that arrest. rogers eventually will be sent to santa clara county to face murder charges. 8 suspects are in jail tonight after a large drug bust takes place in the east bay. >> yesterday, the alameda county narcotics task force seized over 40 pounds, fentanyl pills and powder and nearly 50 grams of black tar heroin and methamphetamine. these are images of the items that were seized. a ghost gun
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was also collected. all 8 suspects were arrested on drug trafficking charges. in national news, president biden says that he wants to work out some kind of a plan to protect abortion rights and that's why he hosted a call with democratic governors from across the country. washington correspondent basil john reports on why they say this meeting was necessary. good evening. the president and governors were all disappointed with the decision to overturn roe v wade. >> and believe they need to take the appropriate steps to protect the right to an abortion. >> this is not over. it's not over. >> friday, president joe biden told democratic governors that he is looking at every available option to protect abortion access after the supreme court overturned roe v wade, the terrible extreme decision in my view, a pending lives and impacting on the health and safety millions of women. new york governor kathy hochul says states like hers are stepping up to help. just ahead. full states are not going to have to take care of
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the health care of women from other states. new mexico governor michelle lujan, grisham agrees democrat led states are vital to protecting women's rights. we are in fact that brick wall. >> this, a horrific supreme court decision. but the president warns that republicans aren't satisfied and will push for a nationwide ban on abortion if they regain control of congress. congress is going to have to act codified. >> the front row into federal law. but the president doesn't have the votes to get that through the senate. north carolina governor roy cooper says this remind americans why they need to go out and vote. you have u.s. senators who congress. >> who are not willing to codified that protection of the federal law. >> it's time to change up. >> for now, president biden is looking at what federal options are available reporting in washington. i'm basil, john. >> antiabortion activists are
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looking at a possible loophole that would allow women to have abortions regardless of the law and their home states. studies show more than half of all us abortions are done using medication. the pills are fda approved for up to the 10th week of pregnancy since december. it too, has been legal to get them through the mail. the postal service does not regulate where the shipments co indiana's attorney general says there is a concern the pills will be trafficked into that state. >> if women are so desperate to, you know, send away to receive pills to have a self-managed abortion at home is what right to life is doing. really helping them. obviously not because then they wouldn't be doing something as drastic as that. >> it is not clear yet in indiana. what new abortion restrictions might look like and whether anything that can be done about getting abortion medication by mail. >> now to our 4 zone forecast as a nother foggy view. this
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is overlooking market right outside our building. yeah, exploratorium there. we call this the bucky ball on the weekend. hopefully we have learned what that is. >> a lawrence karnow jessica lawrence karnow joining us now with a little bit more on the forecast but also the official rainy season ended yesterday. yeah. over the totals like this year can string yet ends on june 30th. we started the news rain season now totals. of course, they were very impressive in some spots, not so bad in others. >> but here are the totals for the whole season. so here you go. san francisco ended up with over 18 inches of rain. normal is almost 23 inches. so that came at 82% of normal santa clara really for the bay area. the probably the worst conditions just over 7 inches of rainfall. normally they almost have 13, half their only 54% of normal. oakland at over 17 inches of rain. that's not bad at all. 92% of normal in lot of the new year. that's not bad in santa rosa over 26 inches of rain. that 78% of normal hayward, you had over
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14 inches of rain, 89% normal and livermore had over 12 inches of rain at 81% of normal. and we did have some precipitation early on this morning. so we're off and running in the new rainier. we have for hundreds of an inch of rain. parts of the coastal sections. so that fog, yeah, we're not getting the rain out there. we're getting precipitation, the form of some drizzle. it's going to be back again there tonight. probably going to see some bubbling out there on the roads, low clouds and fog surging on shore, making their way through the bay. now it's going to fill all the way into the central valley overnight tonight into early tomorrow morning. so we wake up to that bank of fog and that drizzle along the coastline with that, we'll see some cooler temperatures to again as these numbers going stay well below the average for this time of year in the san francisco grab your jacket, 50's and 60's their cool 50's and breezy and some drizzle along the coastline, especially in late night, an early morning hours. temperatures you head in the south bay going to be warmer. you'll see some 70's there into the east bay. yeah, probably some mid 70's and that's about as warm as it's going to get temperatures staying unusually cool throughout the holiday weekend. thank you, lawrence.
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a huge brawl broke out on a carnival cruise ship as it was heading home to new york. >> not exactly how crews life is represented in ads, as you will see, trouble began late tuesday night over claims of cheating passengers who said their significant others were touching each other and appropriately. and when an argument turned violent as many as 60 people were involved, the crowd moved from a dance floor to a casino area. video shows people punching and pushing each other and even smashing beer bottles over each other's heads, at least one woman was battling slashed, took an hour for security crews to calm everyone down, but not before the coast was called out. meantime, this video has been viewed online roughly 2 million times so far. >> still ahead, if you think you have irs problems this year, consider the new jersey woman who can convince the agency that she's not dead. >> also, the list of those set
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to receive the presidential medal of honor next week. >> the fields presented sports medicine and film.
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rapinoe, actor denzel washington will be in there. the late senator john mccain will be honored. and apple co-founder steve jobs, former congresswoman gabby giffords will receive the honor for her work against gun violence along with sandra lindsay. the first american to receive a covid vaccine the presidential medal of freedom is the nation's highest civilian honor. president biden will hold that ceremony thursday at the white house. >> next in sports, another beloved warrior has found a new home. we'll have the details on that. plus some more nba free agency news after the break. i'll pick this one up. i earn 3% cash back on dining including takeout with chase freedom unlimited. so, it's not a problem at all. you guys aren't gonna give me the fake bill fight? c'mon, kev. you're earning 3% cash back. humor me. where is my wallet? i am paying. where is my wallet? i thought i gave it to you. oooohhh? oh, that's not it either. no. no. stop, i insist. that was good though. earn big time with chase freedom unlimited
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now at the weather out there live. look at the golden gate bridge out there tonight. really foggy. >> all right. so we know friday night means it's time for what dan, for fun yeah. yeah. get ready for the holiday weekend. and you know, all the hole is a monday, but there's a lot of other things going on throughout the weekend. you might want to check this one out. >> this one is back after a little sabbatical. we've the beautiful fair, the county fair there. and we're in if you want to check it out, starts at 11 o'clock in the morning on saturday. they've got all that great, fair food. of course, some of the rides out there as well. it will be a mix of fog and sunshine. the temperatures. yeah, i'd be running a little bit cooler, especially the morning hours. so watch out for the little cool. but we are going to try and warm things up a little bit as we get into next week. meantime, though, in redwood city, they've got the chalk full of fun event. that's
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going to be 4th of july event, although that continues from the 3rd and the 4th. going to be talking up the street there. they've got some praise. they've got lots of food music out there as well. if you plan to head on out, that starts at 10 o'clock in the morning temperatures. they're going to be the low 70's there by the afternoon. so fairly mild for this time of year. hey, you know what? if you've ever wanted to go to do those licenses, too nt e- expensive. hey, guess what? it is going to be free fishing day in the bay area on saturday. if you want to get out there, take your chances. you never know you might pull in a salmon. may be a poll in a striper. you never know what's going to catch out there. temperatures going to be a little bit cool co side. you're going to run some 50's 60's out toward the beaches. partly cloudy skies, dress warmly and bring a little sunscreen for the afternoon and how about this? we've got the torchlight parade that is going to benicia that starts at 6.30 in the evening on sunday. they can have music. they're going to parade clowns and dancing and looks like a lot of fun. mostly sunny skies
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there to mid 70's. enjoy that weather. it is going to be beautiful all around the bay area. that sounds great. thank you, lawrence. well, as the saying goes, nothing is certain except death and taxes. >> for one new jersey woman who is very much alive for those 2 certainties got a little blurred. she says she cannot get the tax refund. she is old because the irs think she is dead. katie corrado has her story. >> jeanette carpenter is very much alive. but according to the government, she's not my social security number belongs to a deceased person. when jeanette filed her 2020 taxes, her account received an unusual notice. back, jeanette. social security number belong to someone who is deceased. ickes them. >> i said, are you sure you're not giving me confused with my husband that passed away in 2009? >> in the senate now her account refiled twice more and got the same response. yes, social security number belongs to a deceased person. i said i'm not the seas and what
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baffles me is our for the government. >> so do not want your local irs office and refiled again in person and this time on paper, she says she was told everything looked good and should have a return in 6 to 12 weeks. she's still waiting. this was in july. >> of last year. i can artist. i mean a lot throughout the year in april, she tried her luck with the social security administration and received an official letter stating she's alive. >> jets as they also told her, we never told as they going to seize. we never sent them a death certificate. but weeks later she received a letter from the irs saying her tax return couldn't be process because you guessed it here ago came back to the irs. jeannette says an irs employee told her over the phone that her social security number was marked in 2010 as belonging to a deceased person and that the system was just now catching up. she says it's never been an issue when she's the one who is owed money and old 2018, 1300. put into my
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account. woke up 2 days later, morris, the $1300 that was owed to them. >> or when taxes come for department of defense paycheck. >> and even taking taxes that's the number. 46 news. >> jeannette says she needs the money to catch up on medical bills for major surgery that left are out of work for 4 months. in 2020, they moved everything out on left side, my kidney, my left. kidney spleen. half my pancreas. 3 weeks ago, filed her 2020 return in person. again, she says an employee promised overnighted to the government and that was the last she heard. >> there's nothing i can get through to one long holes and any in so i haven't got i-76 so i can from a 2021 until i see what they want to do with the 2020. but i'm alive. in living color. >> katie corrado, news nation. >> and now kron 4 sports. all
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right. well, the nba is, of course fun, but the nba is also a business. so let's talk some free agency. >> gary payton, the second, unfortunately. yeah, well, he's going on to a 28 million dollar deal with the portland trail blazers payton, of course, providing death to the warriors rosters yet a defensive presence with blocks like this, of course, during the season he posted a defensive rating of 100 which was good for the 40th in the league and 6th best among players who played in the same minute load. so playing a vital role. also for the golden state warriors throughout the season and into the playoffs, he averaged 7 points, a game 3 and a half boards. a game, a steal a game and shot nearly 62% from the field. and 36% from 3 point range golden state. also took another hit when forward. otto porter junior also signed a two-year deal with the toronto raptors. but now to some good news for warriors fans, golden state did retain their big man kevon looney signing him to a
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3 year 2 on 25.5 million dollar deal after being plagued with injuries throughout his career, though the 26 year-old is coming off a breakout year as he played in all of the 82 regular season games and all 22 playoff games. he averaged a career-high just over 7 rebounds during the regular season pertaining looney, of course, top priority for the dubs heading into free agency. one of lenny's highlights during the playoffs came game 2 of the western conference finals against the dallas mavericks where he scored 21 points grabbed 12 boards and help keep the mavericks to a one of 11 shooting from the field. all right. some more warrior in warriors news is they signed guard dion today divincenzo to it here. 9.3 million dollar deal. the former first-round draft pick divincenzo miss the majority of the box championship run last season after injuring his ankle in the first round. yeah. a bit of a slow start to the season, but he eventually saw himself being dealt to the
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sacramento kings of the deadline there. he started a round into form. he shot nearly 37% 3 point range average, 4 boards, a game just over 3, 3 assists to close out the season. even will add depth to the roster. you can also defend the perimeter and also run the floor. and finally, the utah jazz. well, they're trading center. rudy gobare to the minnesota timberwolves, the blockbuster deal that will pair him with 3 time. our all-star karl anthony anthony towns in exchange the jazz be receiving malik beasley, patrick beverley, jared vanderbilt leandro bowl naro and the 22nd pick walker kessler and for first-round draft picks go there has spent his entire 9 year career with the jazz and is considered to be one of the most decorated players in jazz history with 3 defensive player of the year awards. 3 all-star appearances for all and be a selections and 6 first-team all-defensive selections last season gobare
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average just over 15 points. a game a league leading 14.7 rebounds and 2 blocks per game. of course, we will have more news coming up after t when a truck hit my son, i had so many questions about his case. i called the barnes firm. it was the best call i could've made. call the barnes firm now and find out what your case could be worth. ♪ call one eight hundred, eight million ♪
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the fun stuff happening this weekend. of course, the rain county fair returning after 3 years. this is first time it's being held in person since the pandemic began. this fair. >> running through monday, the 4th of lot's of rides out there. but there's also
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musical performances. >> including pablo cruz and sheila e and there are also fireworks every night at 9.30, lots of fun. also, the alameda county fair is continuing to go on throughout this weekend. >> and that will be going through next friday. so we here at kron 4. we've got you covered for all these fun events that are happening all weekend long. you can just scan the qr code right there on your screen and that will bring you straight to our website. kron 4 dot com. >> and we have you covered on the 4th. of course, you can join live in the bay host olivia horton. as we bring you the fireworks from all over the bay area and put a san francisco mayor, rahm san jose kron four's july 4th, live monday night at night. and a warning for international travelers. i europe is now being called the epicenter of summer travel problems. a new data says that europe had twice as many cancellations as u.s. carriers between april and june and of course, as travel demand grows, staffing
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shortages pay related strikes that will only get worse. the global airline industry is struggling now to most operations after pandemic shutdowns have any plans on going europe? maybe not know. yeah, i know, right? yeah. look at that. and you're like, no, thanks. i know i we're not traveling in america, right? yeah. like. >> stay away from your and i'm not ready to be packed and are too many plants. yeah. not really a not okay. all right. let's get a wrap things up here at 6. >> we have a good night and that will be back later tonight. see you and it all.
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♪ ♪ >> announcer: now "inside edition with deborah norville." >> deborah: hello, everybody. thank you for joining us. the holiday weekend rushes on and what a lot of people will be dealing with hassles at the airport or the high cost of gasoline there is a whole other group of people who are relaxing stress free, they decided this year they were staying put. victoria work on the o on why that might not be such a bad idea. >> this family is on their way to a fun filled fourth of july vacation. >> are you guys ready to go? >> yeah. >> but they don't have a long way to travel, it's only 3 miles away from home.


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