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those who've honorably served. all ranks. all branches. and their eligible family members. yep, that is exclusive. and we're fine with that. >> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at 7. >> hey, good morning. thank you so much for joining us on the kron. 4 morning news. >> i'm stephanie lin. it's july second. good saturday to ya. we have a lot to get to for you this morning. but let's start by getting a look at the weather with dave sphar. good morning, dave. well, good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. quite a thick marine layer is greeting us today, but that's kind of good news. not only does it keep those temperatures down a little bit. it's a nice fire retardant there. and it's going to be with us all this holiday weekend. >> there's the live shot coming in from the golden gate bridge. not unusual to see the fog covering things up, but humidity can be felt even inland. and some fog with all of this as well. the should be
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breaking up inland pretty quickly today, but it's going to be a bit more sluggish around the immediate bay in order to kind of break up. here's the shot from uc berkeley. again, the entire east bay shoreline was all covered up along with the hills as you'll notice as well. temperature check for you were pretty much mid 50's going on. and that's everywhere. even including those in the valleys to 60 antioch is kind of guy outline all this. and temperatures are pretty close to where they were 24 hours ago, just trailing a degree here. and the couple there. so in the fog department, yes, this mixes out fairly quickly by noon for most locations, including along the coast as well. it comes back again for tonight. humidity levels, by the way, pop and real high with all of this. again, nice fire retardant with all of that feels good and the breakdown for you goes like this by 11. we clear things out for us at 63. yes, very muted on these temperatures. by the way, 69 by 2 o'clock. and we're looking for more on sunday and into monday. have more on your forecast coming up in just shake. stephanie.
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>> very much, dave. our top story this morning. you may have plans to hit the beach this 4th of july weekend, but local officials are warning people to please keep their eyes peeled for toxic algae in the water. kron four's gayle ong explains the possible danger to your health. >> harmful algae visible along the pakistan gregorio state beach on friday posted signs warned beachgoers against going into the creek. he should be concerned in this particular case there was a positive for >> toxic out out a down at saying of korea state park exposure to humans can cause a rash, vomiting, diarrhea, cold and flu-like symptoms. the algae also poses a threat to pets. symptoms include vomiting, diarrhea, weakness, difficulty breathing and seizures or death. that's why san mateo county's director of environmental health services have therefore, she is urging people to be mindful of the water and banks of the lagoon. >> and creek through want
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everyone to avoid. >> swimming in it and allowing their pets in the water or even touching it's it's not safe. >> here's another video. but the blue green algae looks like for she says these conditions that have been popping up around the bay area are most likely caused by the drought sign of bacteria and tend to grow in the warm summer months when the water is warmer and the water flow is slower. and there isn't a lot flow. >> and that the water has been sitting there. it's been stagnant for quite a while. and so the algae is growing. pretty thick laid down in that area. and we want everyone to avoid swimming in it. >> and the next water sampling event for this particular beach will take place sometime in mid august, reporting from san mateo county, gayle ong kron. 4 news. >> in the east bay, the city of oakland is gearing up in anticipation of large 4th of
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july. crowds at lake merritt tomorrow and monday. the city now introducing temporary safety measures at grizzly peak. that's a popular place for people to watch fireworks. there will also be road closures around lake merritt along lakeshore avenue and grand avenue and berkeley panoramic drive will be closed on monday to non-residents from 5 to 11 at night. and some doctors are warning people about fireworks labeled safe and sane. they say even those small smart sparklers can leave third-degree burns, federal safety officials say that every single day about 280 people go to the er with injuries from fireworks and roughly half of those people affected are teenagers. as this map shows a safe and sane fireworks are allowed in just a handful of bay area cities, the safe and sane label means fireworks. do not explode or
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fly around, but they can cause injuries and again, are still usually illegal in most places in the bay area. if you're caught using them where they're banned, there are hefty fines. some towns going high tech to celebrate the 4th of july. check this out. these color fully lit drones will fly and patriotic formations in some communities in california, colorado, new mexico, utah and texas. the ongoing drought in the southwest causing some towns to rethink or cancel fireworks shows because of the risk of wildfire. some companies that run drone light show say they're completely booked up due to record demand. the show's usually last up to 12 minutes using anywhere from 100 to 500 drones. pretty safe alternative and another safe option and possibly the safest way to celebrate this 4th of july in the bay. area's from the comfort of your home. kron 4. has you covered on all that? you can join the live in
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the bay host olivia horton. as we bring you the fireworks shows from san francisco, concord marin and san jose. we've got live coverage for you monday night at 9. so tune in for that. if you don't want to wait until monday to see some fireworks, you can always head over to the moraine county fair with their fireworks shows starting every night kron 4 s camila barco live for us at the fair this morning with what you need to know and what you can expect this holiday weekend. camila. good morning, stephanie. so yes, we're here at the marine county fair where there's a lot to see lots to do behind me. one of the main attractions, the ferris wheel. you can't go wrong with that. when you come to the fair. >> here to talk about it with me garelick kelli keough, the director of cultural services here at moraine county. talk to me. how many rides are there here at this fair? >> well, good morning. we have 31 rides. 28 of them are free with admission. >> awesome. and tell me a little bit. so the rights of people in x can expect we have
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the ferris wheel right to right behind us is the giant ferris wheel. and then we have a couple of rides behind me. freaked out as one of the big ones that the kids would love. and we have. >> over in the carnival area, we have the majority of the right to those 29 right over there. and i would say the fan favorite, at least for teenagers is zipper, the zipper teenagers. if you're listening, the zipper is a go-to. and let's talk the events going on. we talked >> our anchor was just mentioning the fireworks display. there's also going to talk to us about that. absolutely. so we have fireworks all 5 nights of the fair. so there's 3 nights left coming. get them there. some of the best fireworks in the we have headline concerts on the island which is right behind you. >> and tonight we have sense of champlin and friends back to bay air bay area favorite and tomorrow night we have couple planets and we close out on 4th of july with george
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porter junior and dumps to funk >> fireworks displays and a concert. stephanie, how about that? and last but not least you guys have a theme this year and that you guys also offering jugglers. us. talk about this year's yeah. so our theme is so happy together. we actually came up with this theme over a year ago when we were thinking about this fair and finally being able to have a fair again. and so our theme is so happy together. we have jugglers. we have all sorts crowds acts. we have the steel drum corps and behind me we have a community stage with over 50. >> different performances from ppcommunity members and it is s much fun. >> i well, there's lots of see lots to do here, stephanie, at the marine county fair, it is open until july 4th from 11:00am to 11:00pm the day tomorrow, july 4th, you can come here. so if you don't have july 4th plans, the greene county fair is off. always an option in the next hour. we're also going to be talking about some other
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things that the fair is offering. but for now, i'll send it back to you. >> yeah, looks like it's going to be so much fun and hopefully have a chance on that ferris wheel behind you there. camila. most definitely all see. all right. coming up on the kron, 4 morning news, 2 bay area fire districts become won. the historic move officials say could improve 9-1-1. call response time. and after the break, chp kicks off their maximum enforcement period there. reminder for
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>> welcome back. if you're out on the road this weekend, you can expect to see the chp out in full force, their maximum enforcement period goes into effect this entire holiday weekend. extra patrols will be on the roads and forcing the speed limit and cracking down on drunk drivers. if you are planning to be on the water this weekend. the u.s. coast guard also ramping up patrols starting today. extra coast guard crews will be out on the water will be keeping an eye out for people boating under the influence. the coast guard also reminding people this morning to please remember, to wear your life jacket. it's little chilly on the water will be to mixed bag of some sun and clouds working here will crow clearly clouds out as we go to the afternoon, temperatures around 70. >> your forecast is next.
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amphitheater in mountain view on july. 15th. i just love waking up to the sound of that such that's so nice day has a nice ending to a kind of trails office on a cold end. so yeah. >> yeah. nice work by the budget yeah. on that. welcome back. time now for another check of the weather with what are conditions looking like outdoors right now? you stephanie, it's going to be a bit cooler as we go into this 4th of july weekend. a lot of times, you know, frequently because of the holiday inn, everything. it was going to be hot. we'll be talking about these advisories. a heat advisory heat. watch all that kind of stuff. but i'm not only because temperatures are mild with all of yes, it's the holiday weekend here, but we're also getting a lot of moisture to with this kind of business going on and helps keep things not only cool, but also damp. i know that maybe some folks always love the fog going on, but it's fire retardant. so that's good on that front, too. and this is going continue all throughout the entire weekend. so expect more this that's kind of stir typical a little bit. but to
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show you the extent of this, this is not of the south bay and they've got themselves. will deck of cloud cover going on there? that too, will clear out by the afternoon. but again, lots of moisture spilling across the bay getting into some of those valleys and those inland east bay valleys, too out to sea. here we have. this will cut off low. it's going to be around for the next about 48 to 72 hours or so continued it sure that marine layer here, it's really kind of cut off from a major source moisture. but with this thicker marine layer that coastal drizzle drizzle around the immediate bay. so watch some slick roads a little bit today tomorrow, even into your monday as well. temperature check for you. mid 50's 62 checking in there for antioch future cast for you. see what i'm talking about. marine layer here. sun comes up, mixes it out. we have a bit of an afternoon breeze, too. tonight do the same process again. wish covers the whole bay again with those clouds. and look at the extent of that fog making its way into the sacramento valley. so here come those winds on shore. they will be into the 20's in the 30's. that will
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help keep some of those temperatures in the inland valleys down a little bit, particularly today. we're only looking for highs into the 70's repeat rents repeat for tomorrow. as you can see back to the 20's into the 30's to key off to the east bay tomorrow afternoon and evening morning clouds, fog, drizzle, all that kind of stuff. sun and clouds mixture for this weekend. 60's and 70's for july 4th itself. we've got sun and clouds also warm, mild upper 70's near 80 happening inland for july. 4th will take it. and then into next week, bay clouds persist. we've got about 70's going on here in the mostly sunny inland 80's. and we're going to start pushing to about 90. so it looks like summer comes back from its vacation towards the end of the week. ahead today again afternoon, clearing 63 with the fog in the coastal drizzle for the san francisco. 66 oakland and then going on for san jose. 72 will do it. 76 for a high today for any oct maybe popping about 80 there for santa rosa, which is a big climb 60's along the east bay shoreline will have a little bit more on the 4 zone
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forecast coming up for you later, stephanie, thanks very much, dave. and update now on a major wildfire burning in nevada county. >> the rice is fire is now at just over 900 acres and is 24% contained. the blaze injured 14 people, 13 of them. firefighters, the fire destroyed one building. fire. authorities say people from the area can start going back home but are asking everyone to please be cautious of their surroundings. nearly 400 firefighters continue to fight the rice is fire. faster and more reliable response to emergency calls. that's the promise of a newly merged fire protection district in the east bay, the contra costa county fire protection district and the east contra costa fire protection district officially became one on friday. the ceremony was held friday morning in brentwood, east contra costa fire chief brian helmick called make the moment rather historical.
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>> 10 years ago today we shutter station 94. on july 1, 2012, we shuttered station 94 nights in for the last time. it been shuttered 3 times in total. and anyone that's been out here knows that between 2002 to 2017, it was a roller coaster. and nobody really believe that there was a path that was a means. and there was a way to be able to correct the service levels. here in east contra costa county. with that said. i'll say it. this is just silly. but mission accomplished were here. >> chief brian helmick is now deputy chief of the new con fire before the summer ends. the district plans to reopen fire station for in walnut creek and the new replacement fire station. 86 in bay point. well, your health, the world health organization says monkeypox cases are on the rise in europe. the case count has tripled in just 2 weeks.
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more than 5,000 cases of monkeypox have been found in 51 countries. so far and many countries in africa now treating this as an emergency calling on other countries to share limited supplies of vaccines. alright least 25 confirmed case of monkeypox in the bay area. the san francisco seeing the most in the bay area with at least 16 cases. and southern california, los angeles county health officials investigating a recent uptick in monkeypox cases. those appear to be linked to 2 large parties. la county's public health director saying contact tracers are notifying everyone who attended those events. no word yet on where or when those parties were held, there are at least 30 presumptive or confirmed monkeypox cases in la county. no one from the county has died from this disease. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news, doctors warning of a possible covid-19
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surge after the 4th of july weekend. the steps you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones. this holiday. >> if you're looking for something to do this weekend, you can watch the san francisco mime troupe today in berkeley. it's happening at cedar rose park. it's going to be live music starting at one 30 this afternoon with a performance by the mime troupe starting at 2. this is free to check out. so an option for check out. so an option for you said you'd never get a dog. you said you'd never do a lot of things. but you never knew all the things a dog could do for you. and with resolve you never have to worry about the mess. love the love, resolve the mess.
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disease experts are worried about a possible covid surge following the 4th of july weekend. >> and while they're not asking you to stay in, they do say safety precautions are very important. kron four's dan kerman explains. >> a sense of normal is returned and this lead up to the 4th of july. people are traveling getting together. but infectious disease specialists say there is nothing normal about this. >> all 9 bay area counties remain at the highest level of covid-19 transmission. we're not through with this pandemic in spite of the fact that people are acting like we are that there's an awful lot of virus circulating. >> and that we are really on the cusp of seeing another possible surge on top of the search. >> what spreading now is the latest subvariant of omicron ba 4, 5, you know, we think of ba 4 and ba 5 escape artists
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like houdini because they can evade the immune system at the front door. so the guards at the front gate, the antibodies they don't really recognize ba 4 and ba 5 that well. so even if you covid recently, you can get re infected again. >> that doesn't mean staying in this weekend, but it does mean taking precautions, making sure you're up to date with your vaccinations, too. many people just are not up to date. they haven't gotten the >> 3rd winner. and for some people, the force one. the second thing is we're in a good mask. an 95 kn 95. when you're indoors with the public critical. there things about trying to be outdoors as a board. more than indoors really will help a great deal. the recommendation of a booster is not just talk. >> the cdc announced this week that adults 50 and older with 2 booster doses for 4 times less likely to die from covid-19 compared to those with one booster dose and the
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unvaccinated were 42 times more likely to die. and while the current vaccine isn't specifically designed for omicron, the fda announced that will change later this year. >> the reason for including ba 4 and ba 5 in a booster is to not only prevent serious disease but to try and prevent even more breakthrough infections. because we know that even being infected is disruptive to society, destructive to way of life so we can become better at doing that. that will make society run smoother, even if there is a lot of virus around. dan kerman kron, 4 news. >> still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news, a racist graffiti discovered at a palo alto children's playground. the latest on the case, police are calling a hate crime.
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without the right start to your day... your morning could hit a wall. that's not the door. i got it! belvita breakfast biscuits are baked with slow-release carbs and provides steady morning energy to help you rise and thrive. >> welcome back. let's start off this half hour with a look at our forecast. we have days far in the weather center with the very latest. and dave driving in this morning, it was a little bit of a drizzle in san francisco. little bit of drizzle going on. that's right. just as to the dirt in my car a little bit. so we have that going for but this dampness will remain. it looks like into early next week. and retardant to it's going to fight a little bit. some of the fireworks activities, though, monday night. here's a
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live shot of the east bay shoreline. all covered up was my flashlight. as you can all the way up to the shrubbery up on the hills. and scattered cloud cover with the marine layer. what we're seeing this layer. what we're seeing this in the south bay to ou friends at san jose state providing this imagery as well. so what we're looking at in the next say, 72 hours or so, this meandering low out to see see some of the cloud cover there. it's cut off. there's not a lot of moisture with it, but it's enough to invite that marine layer to kind of stick around a bit and it will mix out for the afternoon, but it will be greeting us in the morning hours. temperature check were mostly in the mid 50's. 62 checking in for antioch at this hour. here's the breakdown for you. we do see a clearing up by 11 sunny inland, at least as we approach in about 70 or so, though, bay temperatures will be pretty much into the 60's. and a sneak peek into july. 4th of this is something we're still kind of working on. butk temperatures in the 50's lower 60's and kind of a damp coldness, partly cloudy skies and some coastal fog of we may
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amend this a little bit, but this is what we're looking at with a thick marine layer at all of that will take a look at that extended forecast for you in a bit. and also the 4 zone 2. stephanie, thanks very much. dave. >> palo alto police now investigating racist graffiti discovered at a neighborhood playground. someone spotted the vandalism on thursday night. police saying the graffiti includes racist slurs directed at african-americans. one neighbor saying a similar incident happened 2 years ago. >> we have 2 fruit really go community. lots of mothers and young kids and the thought of someone doing a a a outrageous statement. it's really upsetting. >> this is being investigated as a hate crime. police do not have a suspect in custody yet anyone with information is asked to please get in touch with palo alto pd. mountain view. police arrested a woman in connection with a hate crime. investigators say
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around 3.15, friday afternoon they got multiple calls about 2 women in a fight around castro and mercy street. that's near mountain view. city hall. police say a 2 said biglari is accused of assaulting an 18 year-old and making racial slurs at her. the glory is now in police custody in the santa clara county jail. in the south bay. let's get as police now investigating racist messages found in packages left on people's doorsteps. we have a photo of one of those packages. it contained rice and in antisemitic message. let's get as police saying these packages are similar. 2 others found in several communities across the country recently, police saying they believe these messages are tied to a fringe antisemitic group. state attorney general rob bonta says hate crimes rose rose more than 30% from 2020 to 2021. in san francisco is experiencing some of the worst of it. kron four's. rob
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nesbitt reports on the response from local lawmakers. >> the biggest rise in hate crimes year to year targeted the asian american and pacific islander community. according to the a g s office is the worst things have been since the state started recording hate crime data 27 years ago that the numbers speak for themselves when it comes to violence towards the aap i community hate crimes against them. rose 177% in 2021. are sad angry. it's why assembly member matt haney joined community leaders friday in san francisco to call for legislative action to address the crisis, including a bill to help stop hate crimes on public transit. when ensure the transit agency staff are trained on how to legally respond to incidents of harassment, including hate crimes that take place on our streets and buses and mass transit. the data from the attorney general's office is troubling across the board, anti hispanic or latino hate crimes went up. 29%. black californians were targeted the most last year with 513 hate
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crimes reported against them. we need to work together to fight this need to change the tights. and from now on, we can only move forward. assemblymember phil ting spoke friday about the importance of protecting minorities when they enter a business. he's working on a bill that would require large companies and retailers to train their employees on hate crimes have identified a hate crime. how to address the hate crime. how to it? sure that they know how to react if there is a hate incident at a retail institution. we all have the right to go to a grocery store, have the right to walk into a store to not feel. >> like we're being harassed, that hate crimes are up. police are responding to the crisis. the number of hate crime cases filed for prosecution in california are up 30% in the newsroom. i'm rob nesbitt kron. 4 news. >> police in nevada rest a bay area man accused of a stabbing in san jose. the suspect identified as kenneth rogers from alameda county, san jose. police say rodger stabbed a woman to death on may. 15th.
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now investigators in san jose worked with police in las vegas to make this arrest. rodgers now being held in nevada. he will be sent to santa clara county to face murder charges. people are behind bars after a major narcotics bust in the east bay. we have photos here of the items seized. the alameda county comics task force seized over 40 pounds of fentanyl pills and powder on thursday. and nearly 50 grams of heroin and meth. a ghost gun was also found. police arrested all 8 people on drug trafficking charges. coming up on the kron 4 morning news a week after the supreme court overturns roe v wade. >> the action president biden is asking senate democrats to take. >> and if you're looking for something to do this weekend, there's the annual 10, the 10th annual, i should say, northern california, soy and tofu festival in san francisco. the event is back
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president biden now saying he'd support a change to remove the senate filibuster rule. it would allow democrats to pass abortion legislation with a simple majority. but the possibility of that happening are various is very slim. biden saying americans need to make their voices heard in the fall. >> for the choice is clear either elect federal senators and representatives who will codify roe republicans who will elect the house and senate. we'll try to and abortions nationwide. nationwide. this is going to go one where the other after november. >> standing in opposition to this move are moderate democratic senators joe manchin of west virginia and krysten sinema of arizona both saying they will not support a change in the filibuster rules even if it is just for abortion rights. a new poll finds a growing percentage of americans calling out abortion or women's rights as
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priorities for the government. this comes in the wake of the supreme court's decision to overturn roe v wade. according to the poll by the associated press, 22% of u.s. adults say abortion, women's rights are one of the key problems. they want the government to work on. now, the poll results also show 33% of democrats identify these rights as a priority issue for them. and among republicans, only 11 per cent. see abortion or women's rights as a priority issue. anti-abortion activists looking at a possible loophole that would allow women to have abortions regardless of the law in their own state, up to half of all us abortions are done through medications. the pills are fda approved for up to a 10th up to the 10th week of pregnancy since december. it's legal to get those pills through the mail. the postal service is not regulate where the shipments go in indiana. the state a g worries the pills could be trafficked into the state.
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>> 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's not clear yet which new abortion, what new abortion restrictions will look like. and if anything can be done about getting abortion medication through the mail day. >> well, we're still looking a lot of 70's going on across most of the bay and inland areas. santa rosa pops out there about 80 were take a look at the 4 zone forecast. look at your extended to but h% for the holiday weekend, looks like very mild in those temperatures in the marine layer kron. morning news continues.
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>> welcome a quick check on our weather on your weather forecast for you for this 4th of july long holiday. we have dave spahr with more. hey, hey, good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. and boy, it's an aggressive fog layer. we've got this morning. good news is no delays happening at sfo. i just checked in on that front. should be good for those coming in going for the holiday weekend. looks like meanwhile, the east bay shoreline is still covered in the fog, as you will notice here. >> even up to the shrubbery up to where the camera is headed to tahoe. by the way, in that direction. well, a bit cool for the summer, but at least looks like it's rain-free. a lot of cloud cover tomorrow
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here. 66 68 monday, tuesday, 73, gradual warming trend here. but kind of spring-like kind of just a bit of a fog. one on your winds right now onshore as you'll notice into the teens and even some 20's off to the far east bay. so somewhat active bringing this marine layer. we're getting kind of almost took a coastal breeze everywhere that places that don't normally field are feeling some of that temperatures uniformly are in the mid-fifties not a surprise and you have this influence in the pacific climate control. we call it so numbers are all pretty much mid 50's just about want to send you to the active tropics. this is the u.s. southeast and out to sea here. this is call an tropical storm just barely holding on. we're not getting much action and to the west at all. the center is kind of projected to be over land, but it's expected to move to the northeast and then back out to sea. so it just grazing the southeast coast not to be expected to become too intense before it does. so now to the a central america, we have bonnie who came in via the
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atlantic system with no exit into the pacific. now it too, will act parallel to central america and even mexico a bit become a hurricane later on and be deputized to a new name. by the way, not sure what that means is just yet. but it's heavy rains. it's carrying with the through central america right now is mount almost up to about a foot of rain. max winds at about 40 or so going to re intensify. back to what is a tropical storm to become a hurricane later on. we'll continue to watch that up north in the pacific. what we have is this pesky low out to see here continuing to provide that marine layer the morning fog. some of the coastal drizzle or even white drizzle going on. gradually. temperatures will climb to the remainder of the week. latter portion of the week and into next weekend. look at your 4 zone forecast for your saturday. 63 san francisco should see the sun come out by at least the afternoon. 58 pacific. a 61. meanwhile, for daly city, 66 burlingame to the south foster city. 69, along with palo alto mountain view. 68 72 for san jose
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cupertino about 71 east bay shoreline to the south mid 60's, even tri valley. 71 for livermore pleasanton 69 dublin, 68 72 walnut creek. these again as our highs for july, not bad. 73 for concord. 63 for a berkeley, the lady with a cool 60 to 77 fairfield knapp at 74, 80 santa rosa kind of stands out there a little bit with coastal numbers. back to the business of the 50's and lower 67 day forecast. gradual increase in temperatures to the 80's. we get to by monday and it looks getting up to about 90 or so come friday. looking good for july 4th, unfortunately for the fireworks monday night might have some of that fog rolling in early there. stephanie, thanks very much. dave. >> in sports, the san francisco giants hit a bit of a slump lately. they hope to change their look as they host the chicago white sox for a 3 game series 2022. nba champion damion lee throwing out the first pitch during pre-game.
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he signed a one-year deal with the phoenix suns. now to the top of the 5th with no runs on both signs. and runners hit that one hard. but mike makes the catch and hits the wall. ouch. but what a great catch. let's head to the bottom of the 9th with 2 bases loaded load of all throws the pitch in the take advantage of that. making it one to 0. giants try to bounce back. but the mariners take the win game 2 later today at one. let's take a look at the a's. looking to snap a four-game losing streak in seattle as they take on the marine ers. top of the 6 a's at up a run. and tony kemp extends the a's lead to to is go on to win 3 to one. they play again today. first pitch one 10 in seattle. now to some good news for warriors fans. kayvon looney is staying in the bay. the warrior signing
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him to a 3 year and over to 25 million dollar deal. that's a lot of money he played in all of the regular season and playoff games also instrumental in helping beat the were in helping the warriors beat the dallas mavericks in game 2 of the western conference finals. warriors fan favorite gary payton. the second has signed a 3 year and 28 million dollar deal with the portland trail blazers. he played a big role for golden state throughout the season. the worriers also so than other hit one forward. otto porter junior signed a two-year deal with the toronto raptors. a rush of the trial has begun for basketball star brittney griner. she's been held there for months on drug charges and pressure is growing for the u.s. government to try and get her released. our washington correspondent hannah brandt reports. in handcuffs. american athlete brittney griner walked into her trial in rushing courtroom on friday. she
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>> griner was arrested in an airport in moscow back in february. russian police accused her of violating drug laws by carrying vape cartridges containing cannabis oil. if convicted. the wnba standout is facing years in prison, but the u.s. government says she's being wrongfully detained. the united states government at the very highest levels. >> is working very hard to bring the spine or as well as all been plea, detain u.s. citizens safely home. >> many lawmakers and advocates worry that griner is being used as a political at a time when the u.s. relationship with russia is extremely tense. it's clear that the charge that she some pink pen drug trafficker is not fit that evidence of the case. victoria kirby, young with the national black justice coalition says her organization is calling on our government to do more to continue to put the pressure on president biden to do what it takes. us leaders are keeping negotiation details
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private but insist they are fighting for her release. our embassy has no higher priority. and kirby york says her supporters won't give up. we owe it to her to do all that we can as a nation as a people and as a government to ensure that she's brought home in washington. i'm hannah brandt. happening today. time is running out on the labor contract covering west coast ports. >> causing concern about more disruptions to national supply chains. the current contract covers over 20,000 workers at 29 ports on the west coast. that expires in the afternoon. and so does its no strike clause. union reps say in a statement that they were not planning any work stoppages pacific coast ports handle almost 40% of u.s. imports and continued delays could fuel inflation and impact several economic sectors. bay area. congressman john garamendi is co-sponsoring a bill that would prioritize u.s. export
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ers, putting them at the front of the line at ports to support the domestic economy. the bill establishes new preferences for commercial vessels that move american export ers to the front of unloading and loading cues. the bill also encourages ocean carriers, carriers and a boy just support such as the port of oakland garamendi, who is a senior member of the house committee on transportation, infrastructure, said longstanding trade imbalances with other countries was a key reason for restoring fairness at our ports. we'll be right at our ports. we'll be right back. this is john. he hasn't worked this hard to only get this far with his cholesterol. taken with a statin, leqvio can lower bad cholesterol and keep it low with two doses a year. side effects were injection site reaction, joint pain, urinary tract infection, diarrhea, chest cold, pain in legs or arms,
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for your wake of destruction. lasting mark on the nation will get the presidential medal of freedom next week. olympic gymnast simone biles, actor denzel washington and the late senator john mccain, as well as apple co-founder steve jobs are among the few. former congresswoman gabby giffords will also get the honor for her work against gun violence along with sandra lindsay, the first american to receive a covid-19 vaccine, the presidential medal of freedom is the nation's highest civilian honor. president biden will award those medals at the white house on thursday. congratulations to all of them. >> still ahead in the next hour on the kron 4 morning news. are you planning on
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at >> hey, good morning. thank you so much for joining us on the kron. 4 morning news. >> i'm stephanie lin. it's saturday, july second and we have a lot to get to for you this morning. a step by getting a look at the weather with dave sphar. good morning, dave. well, good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody and aggressive marine layer fog and some drizzle going on golden gate bridge. it's a the towers that are obscured by the fog. as you'll notice. they're also seeing. >> a cloudy pattern down the san jose state. so it shows you quite the breath of what we've got going on in terms of this marine layer with the cloud cover and also the fog. this again should be breaking up as we approach later in the morning hours. but gives you idea where it stands mid-fifties kind of an average temperature around the beijing will do to 62 antioch, kind of the exception. and this moisture is extending very far inland to is what we're seeing from the pattern out. this fog. yeah, mixes out for you approach around noon coming back again for tonight and
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fair enough to say it will be back again sunday as well. may not be the exact same pattern, but it will be back again with those clouds to and maybe some drizzle work. and 58 by 09:00am by noon. 65 70. by 3 o'clock to one of the things we've been talking about has been the mild temperatures that we have for the entire holiday weekend. this will be through monday and even into early next week and a bit. we'll have a look at your extended and 4 zone stephanie. >> thanks very much, dave. our top story this morning. you may have plans to hit the beach this 4th of july weekend, but local officials are warning you to please keep your eyes peeled for toxic algae in the water. kron four's gayle ong explains the possible danger to your health. >> harmful algae visible along the pakistan gregorio state beach on friday posted signs warned beachgoers against going into the creek. he should be concerned in this particular case there was a positive for
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>> toxic down at korea state park exposure to humans can cause a rash, vomiting, diarrhea, cold and flu-like symptoms. the algae also poses vpa threat to pets. symptoms include vomiting, diarrhea, weakness, difficulty breathing and seizures, or death. that's why san mateo county's director of environmental health services have ore, she is urging people to be mindful of the water and banks of the lagoon and creek. and want everyone to avoid. >> swimming in it and allowing their pets in the water or even touching outing. it's it's not safe. >> here's another video. but the blue green algae looks like for she says these conditions that have been popping up around the bay area are most likely caused by the drought sign of bacteria and tend to grow in the warm summer months when the water is warmer and the water flow is slower. and there isn't a lot slow.
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>> and the the water has been sitting there. it's been stagnant for quite a while. and so the algae is growing. pretty thick lay down in that area. and we want everyone to avoid swimming in it. >> and the next water sampling event for this particular beach will take place sometime in mid august, reporting from san mateo county, gayle ong kron. 4 news. >> in the east bay, the city of oakland is gearing up in anticipation of large 4th of tomorrow and monday. the city now introducing temporary safety measures at grizzly peak. that's a popular place for people to watch. fireworks. there will also be road closures around lake merritt along lakeshore avenue in grand avenue berkeley. panoramic drive will also be closed on monday to people who do not live. there from 5 to 11 at night. some doctors now warning people about fireworks labeled safe and sane. they say even those small sparklers can leave third-degree burns,
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federal safety officials say that every day about 280 people go to the er with injuries from fireworks and most of the people suffering injuries are teens. some of and as this map shows safe and sane, fireworks are allowed in just a handful of bay area cities, the safe and sane label means the fireworks do not explode or fly around, but they can still cause injuries. and again, are still usually illegal in most places in the bay area. so take a good look at the map on your screen there. if you are caught using fireworks where they are banned, there are hefty fines. some towns are going high tech to celebrate the 4th of july. these colorfully lit drones will fly and patriotic formations in some communities in california, colorado, new mexico, utah and texas. the ongoing drought in the southwest causing some towns to rethink or cancel. fireworks shows because of the
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risk of wildfire. some companies that run drone light show say but they're actually completely booked up because of record demand. now, these drone shows usually last up to about 12 minutes, using anywhere from 100 to 500 drones. so quite a spectacle there. and the safest way that we like suggests for you to celebrate this 4th of july is, you know, doing so from from the comfort of your home and calm for has you covered. joined live in the bay host olivia horton. as we bring you the fireworks shows of broadcast you live on your tv set from san francisco, concord marin and san the special airs monday night at 9. and if you don't want to wait until monday to see some fireworks can always head to the marin county fair where there are fireworks shows happening every night. kron 4 s camila barco live or is now at the fair with more on what you can expect this holiday weekend. camila. i wandered around back there.
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>> hi, stephanie. look at me right now. we've made a new friend. this is river river. any comments right now to moraine county? fair? you like to make he's not much of a talker right now, but it's ok, well, 70, there's lots to see here at the marine county fair. all cases with me. i have aaron rose, chris she is the barnyard assistant over here. and there's so much to see so much to do here at the fair, including seeing these lovely animals like river it. so talk to me a little bit about what type of animals. yes, we have a great turnout of animals this year. we have everything from draft horses. cows, goats, and even a miniature horse waldo who's behind me all and then insider fur and feathers. ted, we have poultry and rabbits that for have rays and shown this year at the fair talk to me how people can interact with these animals. right now river is being very affectionate,
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appointing him taking a little by adam i co talk to me about how people can interact with these animals here. yes. so when you're outside in the barnyard, if you see an animal that's come up to the fence and is ready to be social like river here, feel free to give it a gentle pat. and if it moves away from, you know that that's ok, too. you don't need to. yeah, are trying to make it come back to you when you're in the front feathers tent, there will be 4 h member showing off their animals to the public and educating the public. so, for example, i've lily here who is tyler nelson, one of my 4 h members, chickens that he raised and she's a black cost >> and there's also mention of care. it yes, or draft horses back in our larger arena are giving carriage rights make sure to stop by. okay. and then you guys will also be having a showing tomorrow. so talk to me a little bit about that. yes, so most of our bree shows and showmanship have wrapped up for the year. but on sunday, we have 2 more events coming up that the public can actually watch. so
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we have small animal round robin being held in our small arena in the barnyard sunday at 11 o'clock where 4 h members who did well in their showmanship class get to come into a ring and try their hand at showing poultry rabbits, kv, dog and goats all in the same area which is really fine. and we also have avian bull where for 8 years compete with their knowledge about poultry in our tent. at one awesome and if you do want to see the animals, you can come out here until 06:00pm every day until july 4th, the fair is open from 11:00am to 11:00pm. but if you're really looking to seeing the animals, >> you can check them out here at the marine county. fair until 06:00pm. stephanie, i'll send it back to, you know, boat, all those animals behind you are so cute. and i think that river might want to maybe come home with you live in your >> very yeah. river just loves the attention over here. well, it's nice to see them so friendly and i'm sure that people are going to love
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interacting with the animals. thank you so much, camila for your live report. there. coming up on the kron 4 morning news, 2 bay area fire districts become more on the historic move. officials say could improve 9-1-1. call responsemtime. >> and after the break, chp kicks off their maximum enforcement period there. reminder for drivers planning to hit the road this 4th of to hit the road this 4th of july. it's beautiful out here. it sure is. and i earn 5% cash back on travel purchased through chase with chase freedom unlimited. that means that i earn 5% on our rental car, i earn 5% on our cabin. i mean, c'mon! hello cashback! hello, kevin hart! i'm scared. in a good way. i'm lying. let's get inside.
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this weekend, you can expect to see the chp out in full force, their maximum enforcement period goes into effect the entire holiday weekend. extra patrols will be on the roads, enforcing the speed limit and cracking down on drunk drivers. if you are planning on being out on the water this weekend as an alternative, the u.s. coast guard also ramping up its patrols starting today, extra coast guard crews will be out on the water. they'll be keeping an eye out for people boating under the influence. the coast guard also reminding people this morning to please remember, to wear your life jackets. dave. >> all right. we have this morning fog kind of content with a little bit. we'll clear that out into the afternoon as temperatures get up to 70 ish or so inland. that's right. it's a nice little treat he welc
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to kron. 4 morning news. good morning, everybody. first, a light of day. we're getting that fog covering up the towers. you can see from the golden gate. but still that on shore when firmly entrenched, we're going to see all day today. and of course, no surprise. >> places like half moon bay kind of overcast for night, for for for the overnight in this morning. that probably should clear out a little bit in the afternoon, but not a great bit. here's the slow. the remains kind of entrenched off of our coast here. not a lot of moisture with it, but enough to encourage the marine layer across the bay through the entire weekend suppressing temperatures but reviving moisture. check this out. we see check this out. we have fire concerns and so forth. we own this weekend. so in the
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afternoon a little mixing out drops those numbers. not by much, though, into the 40's, maybe then tomorrow morning it greets us again tomorrow afternoon drops into the 40's. maybe 38 up there to the north. but looking pretty good. and that's with cool temperatures to tells lot of moisture still in the air. mid 50's right now. 63 meanwhile for antioch and handing it over to future cast for this fog. again, as i mentioned, with the cloud cover mixes out. but tomorrow to return with some drizzle not only at the coast, but maybe along the bay shoreline little bit. and the cloud cover and all that routine that you expect with that marine layer back again, poppy, repeat that again monday morning today, the afternoon clearing out 63 san francisco, 66 oakland, 72 san jose in a bit. we'll have that for forecast for you. look at that extended to stephanie looking forward to it. thank you, dave. >> and with summer in full swing, lots of people are expected at bay area beaches this fall holiday weekend. >> and as you enjoy a day,
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lying out on the sand. a gentle reminder from community groups to help keep our beloved beaches clean. joining me now to discuss is jennifer savage from the surfrider foundation. good morning to you. good morning. great to be here. so you never walk us through the scale of this problem. what happens around this time of year when you have so many people gathering on the beach? >> throughout all of the year, we see massive amount of plastic waste coming to our beaches and in our and i think most people are familiar with that problem. and then you add 4th of july into the mix and it's a time when people, of course, want to celebrate. we get longer you know, depending on where you live, you might have nicer weather. it's checking in the bay area as we just heard to predict that. but nonetheless, people love to get out to the beach and a lot of times people praying, disposable goods and those
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plastic forks and cups and everything often in that getting left behind some pence, the wind blows and sometimes people are just not as attentive. and so the 5th of july is known as the dirtiest beach day of the yanks the dirtiest pace day of the year. right? >> so walk us through the short and the long-term impacts of this kind of pollution left behind by the dirtiest take of the year. >> sharon will be immediate impact is if you go to the beach the day after 4th of july, you'll probably be a rather horrified because most of go to the beach to feel good and to feel happy and to see the beauty and and kind of get away from the things that stress is out and so to arrive at the beach and sea. it literally trashed is a terrible feeling. the more at long-term and profound effects is that this waste. it breaks down into fragments and smaller fragment fragments, but it never goes away. and these microplastics in that,
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you know, harming marine life all seen photos, unit, turtles and and whales and these different animal suffering from all the plastic in the ocean. but at this point, it's so pervasive is actually getting into a human blood. it's in our lungs. it's in the air that we create. it's really just stunning. and so reducing plastic trash is a critical issue of our times right now. >> yeah, you know, i have a friend who actually enjoy surfing and he tells me basically after every major holiday or even after a big rainfall when he goes out into the water, it's literally he's just swimming. and if he's surrounded by plastic. so this really is a very visible and serious issue that people should be considering when they go out this 4th of july. so another question i have for you is does the type of sunscreen we use play a role in environmental pollution? >> it definitely can. at surfrider. we have a full guide on wreath. what we call
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friendly sunscreen. now there's not as many reeves and up and down california. it's a hawaii and florida. but if something is labeled 3 friendly, then you know that it is made when more natural ingredients, ingredients that are less likely to create any harm. and so i definitely would encourage people to look out for that because that are not only for the ocean, but also for people and it. >> and helping our oceans is a year-round affair. so what sort of things should we all keep in mind? what can we do to help? >> let's face remember that even though as i just mentioned to plastic pollution is really pervasive. and it's this huge problem that where we're facing an a i'm kind of challenging time in a lot of ways for the environment. it is nonetheless something that we can do something about. and so at surf rider, we focus a lot on stopping plastic at the source. so people in san francisco, for example, be familiar with efforts to eliminate plastic bags from
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single use plastic bags from common use in these different ways that we can do things as a sort of policy approach. but we also we have chapters and we have a great chapter san francisco. we have been down dan mchale and marin and they do beach cleanups taken at does go out to the beach and help and leave it cleaner than you found it in our own lives. we continues to use reuse abel's. so instead of buying a bunch of plastic that you're going to once and throw away like why not pick up, you know, take at your reusable for ken year. reusable coffee mug and your reusable water bottle and use those to to make air weekend celebration. even more fun. >> jennifer savage from the surfrider foundation. thank you so much for his very important tips and for your time this morning. thank you so much. all right. we'll be right back.
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response to emergency calls. that's the promise of a newly merged fire protection district in the east bay, the contra costa county fire protection district and the east contra costa fire protection district officially became one on friday. a ceremony was held that morning in brentwood, east contra costa fire chief brian helmick called the moment historical. >> 10 years ago today we shutter station 94. on 7/1/2012, we shuttered station 94 nights in for the last time. it even shuttered 3 times in total. and anyone that's been out here knows that between 2002 to 2017, it was a roller coaster. and nobody really believe that there was a path. there was a means and there was a way to be able to correct the service levels. here in east contra costa county. with that said. i'll say it. this is just silly. but mission accomplished were here.
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>> and chief helmick is now deputy chief of the new con fire before the district ends. the or rather before the summer ends. the district plans to reopen fire station for in walnut creek and the new replacement fire station. 86 in bay point. still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news, racist graffiti discovered at a palo alto children's playground. the latest on the case, police are calling a hate crime. and looking for something to do this weekend. there is artwalk >> this happens. the first saturday of every month and it celebrates art music, food and small businesses in san francisco. this is a family-friendly events and free to a 10. it starts at 2 this afternoon along visit, barrow street.
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>> good morning. welcome back to the kron. 4 morning news. really chilly start to the morning. let's start off this half hour with a look at our forecast. we have dave sphar in the weather center with the very latest heyday. a good morning, stephanie. good morning. everybody looks like summer's take a little bit of a breather right here on the july 4th holiday. >> a weekend east bay shoreline covered up with all of that fog. still at this late hour and even cloud cover in the south bay. the shot from quite tower. you can see couple little rain drops kind of in the foreground of what's going on here and that you can expect tomorrow morning and
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even into july 4th morning as well into monday. but we have a whole lot of trough out to sea. that's an encouraging an onshore flow which brings up marine layer in our general direction. sun comes up and mixes out a little bit. but as far as anything real earnest and rain, it doesn't look like we'll get anything from it. but just enough to keep that marine layer and place it acts as a nice fire retardant. there got the mid-fifties over most of the region. in fact, 63 antioch, it's the kind of the odd ball number out there haven't seen much action with the sun warming things yet. but the breakdown is 65. by high noon. most of those inland valleys will of cleared out by that point by 03:00pm. a lot of 70 gives you a sign of some things to come. temperatures are going to be you to the next couple of days and for the fireworks. unfortunate. the fog is not a big help in this, although it's starting to wane by this in may still be an issue a little bit monday night. we're still monitoring it, but 50's and lower 60's with partly cloudy skies and some coastal fog out. it will have your 4 zone forecast in the extended
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coming up a little bit later on. stephanie, thanks very much. dave. >> how about a police are investigating racist graffiti discovered at a neighborhood playground. someone spotted the vandalism thursday night. police say the graffiti includes racist slurs directed at african-americans. one neighbor says a similar incident happened just 2 years ago. >> we have to really low community. lots of mothers and young kids and the thought of someone doing a a a outrageous statement. it's really upsetting. >> this is being investigated as a hate crime. police do not have a suspect in custody yet anyone with information is asked to please get in touch with palo alto pd. mountain view. police arrest a woman in connection with a hate crime. investigators say around 3.15, friday afternoon they got multiple calls about 2 women in a fight around castro and mercy streets. that's near mountain view. city hall police say a 2 so biglari is
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accused of assaulting an 18 year-old and making racial slurs at her is now in police custody in the santa clara county jail. state attorney general rob bonta says hate crimes rose more than 30% from 2020 to 2021. in san francisco is experiencing some of the worst of it. kron four's rob nesbitt reports on the response from local lawmakers. >> the biggest rise in hate crimes year to year targeted the asian american and pacific islander community. according to the a g s office. it's the worst things have been since the state started recording hate crime data 27 years ago that the numbers speak for themselves when it comes to violence towards the ap. i community hate crimes against them. rose 177% in 2021. are sad angry. it's why assembly member matt haney joined community leaders friday in san francisco to call for legislative action to address the crisis, including a bill to help stop hate crimes on public transit when ensure the
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transit agency staff are trained on how to legally respond to incidents of harassment, including hate crimes that take place on our streets and buses and mass transit. the data from the attorney general's office is troubling across the board, anti hispanic or latino hate crimes went up. 29%. black californians were targeted the most last year with 513 hate crimes reported against them. we need to work together to fight this need to change the tides. and from now on, we can only move forward. assemblymember phil ting spoke friday about the importance of protecting minorities when they enter a business. he's working on a bill that would require large companies and retailers to train their employees on hate crimes have identified a hate crime, had a address, the hate crime. how to it? sure that they know how to react if there is a hate incident at 8 retail institution, we all have the right to go to a grocery store, have the right to walk into a store to not feel. >> like we're being harassed, the hate crimes are up. police are responding to the crisis. the number of hate crime cases
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filed for prosecution in california are up 30% in the newsroom. i'm rob nesbitt kron. 4 news. >> infectious disease experts are worried about a possible covid surge following the 4th of july weekend. and while they're not asking you to stay and they do say safety precautions are critical. kron four's dan kerman explains. >> a sense of normal is returned and this lead up to the 4th of july. people are traveling getting together. but infectious disease specialists say there is nothing normal about this. >> all 9 bay area counties remain at the highest level of covid-19 transmission. we're not through with this pandemic in spite of the fact that people are acting like we are that there's an awful lot of virus circulating. >> and that we are really on the cusp of seeing another possible surge on top of the search. >> what spreading now is the latest subvariant of omicron ba 4, 5, you know, we think of ba 4 and ba 5 escape artists
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like houdini because they can evade the immune system at the front door. so the guards at the front gate, the antibodies they don't really recognize ba 4 and ba 5 that well. so even if you covid recently, you can get reinfected again. >> that doesn't mean staying in this weekend, but it does mean taking precautions, making sure you're up to date with your vaccinations, too. many people just are not up to date. they haven't gotten the >> 3rd winner. and for some people, the force one. the second thing is wearing a good mask. an 95 kn 95. when you're indoors with the public critical. there things about trying to be outdoors is a more than indoors, really will help a great deal. the recommendation of a booster is not just talk. >> the cdc announced this week that adults 50 and older with 2 booster doses for 4 times less likely to die from covid-19 compared to those
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with one booster dose and the unvaccinated were 42 times more likely to die. and while the current vaccine isn't specifically designed for omicron, the fda announced that will change later this year. >> the reason for including ba 4 and ba 5 in a booster is to not only prevent serious disease but to try and prevent even more breakthrough infections. because we know that even being infected is disruptive to society destructive to the way of life so we can become better at doing that. that will make society run smoother, even if there is a lot of virus around. dan kerman kron, 4 news. >> all right. is the july 4th holiday weekend. you see temperatures will be roasting. these are highs for today. we've got more this coming later on the weekend. 76 antioch, 80 of the santa rosa. that seems to be the hot spot. a look at your 4 zone forecast. we come back to kro
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>> i love keith urban. this this particular album. i listen to all the time in college to >> well, i don't know what i mean. i some i recognize that. good to have you here, though, for that. and new zealand born
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australian coyntry music. yeah. are you a country music fan? nbt. so i didn't know much of it, good good that you're able to help out. i've been told the you knew i knew something recent. so that's all. yeah, yeah. it's tough. see together, we can make your radio station for or for working on it. here's a look at sfo going on. by the way, we do have fog happening there. sure, but no delays this morning. so that's good news on all that. >> anybody coming and going to the bay area. meanwhile, the east bay shoreline is covered in all of that bay fog that we have in place the east bay shoreline. you can't make it out yet. golden gate bridge already check. same kind of deal there. and overcast at half moon bay to now these conditions will improve this afternoon, but still along the coast might have to contend with some cloud cover boy in the other direction up to tahoe, are we? well, we have to do some scattered clouds on sunday. 66 68 for monday and tuesday. 72, so kind of a spring chill with that. not quite the warm summertime
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weather that we have typically run july 4th and so forth. survey is getting a little bit of relief from this this is how they stand on shore, as you can see and all over the region into the teens and even some 20's. this again, acts is a nice fire. it hard for us 50's. you can see across most of the board. 63 for antioch, the current temperatures, we have not a lot of movement for this. a couple hours after sunrise still kind of hanging in the 50's like this. we don't see any movement yet to show that the cloud cover has not yet lifted. we have 2 tropical systems. i want to make quick note of here. this is mister calling out to the southeast. its circulation is actually behind all of this squall line that you see here. it's a tropical storm still expected to continue a pathway to the northeast. kind of skirting the coast a little bit. but the cape hatteras, we'll be watching this carefully over the holiday weekend. meanwhile, into central america, bonnie is coming out of the atlantic basin into the pacific basin. still, tropical storm. max winds only about 40 and heavy rains with this in nicaragua think they may get as much as
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perhaps a foot of rain with that in its passage is expected to re intensify to a hurricane in the pacific. will watch that as well for this weekend morning. clouds fog, some coastal drizzle that he had with all of this got sun and clouds, mixture, 60's and 70's. then we get to july 4th. sun and clouds continue warm and mild. we got the upper 70's near but 80 inland. so you can see this is slow going to move the mercury. then next week, bay clouds continue instill the 70's for the most part, mostly sunny in lynn. and we do pop about 90 or so as we get until the end of the weeks, we have a slow out to see continue to encourage all that marine layer in cloud cover with us to the week. it looks like nice cooling pattern here. it's a nice little break from summer. 4 zone forecast for you this saturday. 63 san francisco lower 60's hugging the coast pacific about 58. 66 for burlingame to the south. 69 foster city also in palo alto, redwood city. 68 mountain view in the south. they've got
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about 72 east bay shoreline mid-sixties 71 for pleasanton walnut creek at 72 vallejo, 60 to 74 for napa and for santa rosa. we're looking at 80. it's going take it all week to get up to about 90 come friday. but the 4th of july about 80 or so on monday, stephanie, thanks very much. dave. >> still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news, a lot of people will be out barbecuing this weekend. but how about dessert? coming up after the break. the vineyard mom is back to show us a delicious 4th of july in desert. stay 4th of july in desert. stay tuned. 4th of july in desert. stay tuned. that was quick. and rewarding. i earn 3% cash back at drugstores with chase freedom unlimited. that means i earn on my bug spray and my sunscreen. you ready to go fishing? i got the bait. i also earn 5% on travel purchased through chase on this rental car. that lake is calling my name! don't you get seasick? we'll find out! come on. and i earn 3% on dining including takeout. so much for catching our dinner. some people are hunters. some are gatherers. i'm a diner. pow! earn big time with chase freedom unlimited with no annual fee.
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>> welcome back. a big part of the 4th of july celebrations are the food. a lot of people we barbecuing this weekend, which means a lot of hamburgers and hot dogs. but what about dessert? well, fortunately we have you covered this morning. joining us now is livermore chef leslie dabney, also known as the vineyard mom and leslie of a lot of great 4th of july theme deserts. you're going to show us this morning. >> yes, i do. and it's festive time. so these are definitely festive desserts. i have my she, kate, that i'm going to decorate to look like the american flag decadent cream cheese frosting. and also have some park base for those people who don't want to have some so festive and so fun. i can see. i'm loving the red, white and blue theme,
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especially with the perfect. it's it's so there's delicious and i promise you, stephanie, all these recipes are easy to make. so start off with my cake. now i'm using just a sheet cake and it's a white cake that, stephanie, if you like chocolate or read it, choose whatever kind of cake you want now. i mean, my from scratch. but honestly, if you want to use cake mix from the store, there's no shame in your game. do whatever is easiest for ok? now? i just away case like this. and i made my early this morning, stephanie. so cake, you decide to make whatever flavor, make sure you do it early enough. so we completely pools because you don't want to put this delicious frosting on the cake and how that turned into a mask. so sure do it ahead of time. whatever flavor you decide to okay. now i'm covering my with a very decadent cream cheese
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frosting, which i absolutely love to. do. you cheese frosting 70? you know, that sounds very it's like a guilty indulgence for me. >> it >> really is. and it's the 4th of july. so why not? yes, so i actually craft mice my stand mixer and to make this delicious frosting, i just added some salted butter. i'm using my organic valley. ph is just because that's my favorite and use whatever choose. you like just maybe don't use a flavor one or one. that's that's half the packages has a different consistent statement so that those 2 together in my stand mixer and i them together and then i slowly ax track and also my powdered sugar. and stephanie, i can't emphasize enough about slowly happening the powdered less. don't look at the kitchen go slowly on this, ok, good pro. and you're going to mix it just for a minute or 2, just so it's well
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combined and incorporated and nice and smooth. so i already have my and dot. so i frost now this is the white part for the strikes that the red, white and blue. so you want to make sure you to back you want to make sure you get this all over the cake so that you can see the white stripes. so this is going to be my weight strikes. and i'm going read this on okay. and now for the and for the rat the use of fresh fruit. so it's not such a guilty pleasure if you have free to like that's what i say so it makes all the difference. i suppose was. all look happening. and i say fresh fruit is a definite that so i have my strawberries, blackberries, some blueberries and raspberries. and honestly, you can use without ever read and live fruit that you like to make that make the case. now for me, if you've got little hands in the kitchen that want to help, let them help you decorate to skate
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because honestly, you can't go wrong with that. kids love to be creative. so i'm going to have my friends and family and the kids how we decorate this, kate, i actually this morning that's already decorated that i share with you and look at how pretty this is. wow. gorgeous. it's a flat sheet cake that would be easy to may and the kids love it, but make sure you refrigerate it so that the cream cheese a slice of fresh on that. yeah. and then keys you don't want k i have another option for you. lou, is the part phase. and i love the spark days. they're absolutely delicious. so i just picked up some myself made but crane and the stigmas, my red, white and blue theme, i just decided to get more of the free and do it in layers. so i did my red, white and and this way. anybody who doesn't want maybe you know, flu free. and this is a perfect alternative for them. so this may have options
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for my gas and everybody will be happy. and after great barbecue who that to desert like this? yeah. i feel like the parfait for me because i'm not so much of a baker. i'm not very good at baking. so the parfait option might be little bit more and in my personal kitchen. >> look at how pretty they are. so that is a perfect option for it or if you don't have kicked, you know, i really would be the vineyard mom, because i didn't care. so i was about you beverage you recommend. well, absolutely. have to have someone, you know something. i was staying with my red, white and blue thing i'm going offer my guests are red wine may be something like the cafferty. if some and also 2 white wine media chardonnay part time doing chicken or something like or to staff with the k and to like i said statement, the fed up with whole of i'm going to do a red white and i'm a servant and a nice blue. got just so it
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looks very festive. how can aou go wrong with oh, my goodness. 4th of july must be so fun at your house. it really is. i'm really looking forward to this weekend and i hope everybody has a great lor the july. all right. well, thank you so much for the great ideas. we appreciate your insight this morning. leslie dabney, a livermore chef also known as the vineyard. mom, thank you. >> thank you so much. stephanie. years chairs will be right back. now to some
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good news for warriors fans kevon looney is staying in the bay. the warriors signing him to a 3 year and 25 million dollar deal. he played in all of the regular season and playoff games. he was also instrumental in helping the warriors beat the dallas mavericks in game 2 of the western conference finals. and warriors fan favorite gary payton. the second has signed a 3 year and 28 million dollar deal with the portland trail blazers. he played a vital role for golden state throughout the season. the warriors also took another hit when forward otto porter junior signed a two-year deal with the toronto raptors. still ahead in the next hour on the kron 4 morning news. are you planning on heading to the lake this holiday weekend? officials now warning people about toxic algae in the
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water. >> we break down what you should expect to keep yourself yopr family and your furry friends safe. and it's time for the fair kron. 4 s camila barco live for us at moraine county. fair for a look at the festivities. we can expect this weekend.
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at no. >> good morning. thank you so much for joining us on the kron. 4 morning news. >> i'm stephanie lin. it's saturday, july second 2. let's start by getting a look at the weather with dave spahr. good morning, dave. well, good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. and we're starting off with clouds and fog. even some drizzle at work. here is the golden gate bridge. kind of some wet roads at work on that. so little in the way some wind chill wipers. if you're near the water, you the bay or the coast itself. meanwhile, the shot from this is a pier 15 with the bay bridge behind. it is will notice and a little bit of a breeze from the flag. you will notice as well as continues to be the on shore flow that we have and they will have for probably the next 3 days 50's universally the temperatures are pretty much 63 going on for antioch at this hour. they're the
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arrows all coming from on shore as you'll notice in the teens and even some 20's at work. so it's a different kind of pattern. we're looking at this july 4th, not a hot one. well, the high park overhead. this is trailing a little bit from what we're seeing as we have quite a bit of cloud cover still in place. but again, the models are telling us the should mix out by early afternoon coming again tonight and greeting us tomorrow morning as well. break down for you today will do about up 67 by 1 o'clock at 4, there will be nothing. no, that's just indicating some winds that will be at work here on shore. thank you. and the marine layer coming back again around the immediate bay with 7 year. so as you can see, muted highs today tomorrow and even into july 4th. couple o'clock closer look at your entire holiday forecast a bit, stephanie, good day to keep our jackets on. thanks very much, dave. our top story this morning. you may have plans to hit the beach this 4th of july weekend, but >> local officials are warning people to keep their eyes
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peeled for toxic algae in the water. kron four's gayle ong explains the possible danger to your health. >> harmful algae visible along the pakistan gregorio state beach on friday posted signs warned beachgoers against going into the creek. he should be concerned in this particular case there was a positive for >> toxic down at korea state park exposure to humans can cause a rash, vomiting, diarrhea, cold and flu-like symptoms. the algae also poses a threat to pets. symptoms include vomiting, diarrhea, weakness, difficulty breathing and seizures, or death. that's why san mateo county's director of environmental health services have therefore, she is urging people to be mindful of the water and banks of the lagoon and creek through want everyone to avoid. >> swimming in it and allowing their pets in the water or even touching outing. it's it's not safe. >> here's another video. but
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the blue green algae looks like for she says these conditions that have been popping up around the bay area are most likely caused by the drought sign of bacteria and tend to grow in the warm summer months when the water is warmer and the water flow is slower. and there isn't a lot slow. >> and that the water has been sitting there. it's been stagnant for quite a while. and so the algae is growing. pretty thick laid down in that area. and we want everyone to avoid swimming in it. >> and the next water sampling event for this particular beach will take place sometime in mid august, reporting from san mateo county, gayle ong kron. 4 news. >> some doctors are warning people about fireworks labeled safe and sane. they say even those small sparklers can leave third-degree burns, federal safety officials say that every day about 280 people go to the er with injuries from fireworks and
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roughly half of the people impacted are teenagers. now, as this map shows on your screen there, safe and sane, fireworks are allowed in just a handful of bay area cities. the safe and sane label means the fireworks do not explode or fly around, but they can still cause injuries. and again, are still usually illegal in most places in the bay area. if you're caught using them where they are banned, there are some hefty fines. so take note of the cities where they are allowed and the safest way to celebrate the 4th of july is probably from the comfort of your home and kron 4. has you covered? joined live in the bay host olivia gordon. as we bring you the fireworks shows from san francisco conquered moran and san jose kron four's july 4th live special happens monday night at 9. and if you don't want to wait till monday to see some fireworks, you can always celebrate early head to
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the murray county fair where there are fireworks shows happening every evening covers camila barco live for us now at the fair with more on what we can expect this holiday camila. >> hey, stephanie c and you can expect the fireworks display. there's carnival games attractions. there's a barnyard animals. but most importantly, what everyone comes to care for. the food. check it out. look what we got here. we've got a little bit of a sneak peek of what people can expect here at the marine county fair. and with me, philip de la the man of the hour, the man with the food he made all of this. all right, philip, tell me what we have here so far. so we have >> oreo bubble. awful from on the ice cream. probable awful. haven't heard of that one. ice cream oreos, whip cream, homemade whipped cream. all that fun stuff. then we have a hawaiian pineapple bull from grilled chicken. pico de gallo made with pineapple rice also low. this is pretty heavy and
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it's a happy one. o let's put that out to our viewers overhead. how good does that look? oh, my you said what was it? so it's marinated grilled chicken with a homemade, a pineapple peak and the white rice a month. and then we some for the adults. i know don't everyone needs a little bit of a tree. every so out on the island bar, we have a cotton candy, raspberry mimosa. all sweet. but also like philips said there is no calories act affair, right? what might be and youth attending for a long but it's just now that the. >> there's a coming back after the pandemic. i mean, it's been since 2019 and some rain county fair has been able to open. what's it like just being able to offer these type of food and just being able to see people just enjoy this type of a bite. >> well, you know, the last couple years have been so, you know, we're back we're we're
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doing about 25 fares this year. everybody seems like it's going to we're going to come out some new things. it's been a while. so it's exciting get rolling again. >> and i bet you during this pandemic, you spent some time cooking up some new things. like you said, the pub u-haul full. haha. >> you know, we've just testing new products and in making selves a little chunkier than we were the last 2 years. getting rid of that covid-19 weigh so yeah, it's been a season. and then you've been out here for the last few >> and we are the fair still going on until july will. can you tell people about just what it's been like out here for the past few days? >> it's been a it's been great to be out here again. we got great entertainment for the rest. the weekend and a great food and the weather is going to be perfect. good evening, weather and we should be a ton of fun. >> all right. well, if you do want to come out to the fair
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and get some of these bites, well, you can come out here today tomorrow until july 4th parents, if you're looking for a little bit of a treat to their some cotton candy memo says there's again one more time. >> we have a hawaiian pineapple ball from sharky's and oriol bubble waffles giant screen. all right. and this is philip de la hoya, the owner of sharky's. there's about 30 vendors, stephanie, and people can just come out here and enjoy a good time here at the marine county fair. i'll send it back to you. thank you. meal all that looks so delicious. i don't suppose you're able to. >> you know, give us a little of taste, preview, able to taste any of that. >> i actually will leave it here for presentation at this looks really, really good. i don't want to ruin it by taking at a taking a bite out of this. but i mean, if people want to, they can just come out here to the rain county fair and try it out themselves. i am certainly very curious to know the flavor profile of that cotton candy, thank you very much. camila.
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>> oh, there it is thank you. coming up on the kron, 4 morning news at to bay area. fire districts become one. the historic move officials say could improve 9-1-1. call response time. faster and more
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reliable response to emergency calls. that's the promise of a newly merged fire protection district in the east bay, the
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contra costa county fire protection district and the east contra costa fire protection district. >> officially became one on friday. the ceremony, a ceremony, rather, was held in the in brentwood east contra costa fire chief brian helmick calling the moment historical. >> 10 years ago today we shutter station 94. on july 1, 2012, we shuttered station 94 nights in for the last time. it been shuttered 3 times in total. and anyone that's been out here knows that between 2002 to 2017, it was a roller coaster. and nobody really believe that there was a path. there was a means and there was a way to be able to correct the service levels. here in east contra costa county. with that said. i'll say it. this is just silly. but mission accomplished were here. >> kiev helmick is now deputy
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chief of the new con fire before the summer ends. the district plans to reopen fire station for in walnut creek and the new replacement fire station. 86 in bay point. >> those inland spots looking pretty good for this holiday weekend. we all that marine layer spilling in overnight. 67 by one by 4.70, and on shore. wind at that. your forecast is n
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>> welcome back. time now for another check of the weather with meteorologist dave sphar. did you know getting up this morning? i notice that it was a little chilly outside a little drizzly to in the and little windshield wiper action cross. the bridge is still have to do a bit. >> that fog should mix out for us. good morning, everybody. as we get to around the noon hour or so, the golden gate still fighting that fog cover. you can see this morning. meanwhile, even in the south bay got these scattered clouds at work here from san jose state. this is still only 9 o'clock. so late in the morning. still to be contending with this again, this is expected to clear out by the time we reach around the noon hour, therefore, temperatures have been very sluggish. what's driving all of this is a trough out to sea. it's inviting in that marine layer, not a lot of moisture associated with it, although it's coming from the right direction of the northwest. that does tend generate a little in the way of some rain forest on the winter months. want to jump to that moisture level forecast for you. real quick this afternoon. look at the numbers. only get into the
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40's and then to back down tonight will share comes that marine layer. this is fire retardant. so that's good news on that front. at least by tomorrow morning. way it comes out by the afternoon, only drop into the 40's when we have a fire concern. we see these numbers fall. the 20's and even teens. and that's coupled with the fact the temperatures are a lot higher, too. got 64. meanwhile for antioch at this hour, mid to upper 50's cover most of the bay for right now. we haven't had a lot of mercury movement % with all of this because of the cloud cover marine layer and place handing it over to future cast for again, see improving skies by the afternoon then late tonight, tomorrow here comes back again, fills up the bay with the cloud cover in the fog. you've got the drill that will be monday morning as well. and unfortunately, monday night might see that try to interfere a little bit with fireworks. 63 san francisco fog drizzle late clearing 66 for oakland. 72 for san jose. again, that morning. cloud cover just showed you highs today. middle 70's for those inland valleys is kind of a
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rule, although 80 going on for santa rosa and still some 60's on the east bay shoreline will have your 4 zone forecast coming up a bit and look at that extended to stephanie looking forward to that. thank you. day. >> on the peninsula, claims of hate crimes are hitting the city of palo alto with racist graffiti being discovered at a neighborhood playground, african-americans, the target kron four's believed to go reports. >> kirk services and public works crews in palo alto have removed the racist graffiti. 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
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to really low 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 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. >> mountain view police arrested a woman in connection with a hate crime. investigators say around 3.15, friday afternoon they got multiple calls about 2 women in a fight around castro and
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mercy streets. that's near mountain view. city hall police say a tusa biglari is accused of assaulting an 18 year-old and making racial slurs at her biglari is now in police custody at the santa clara county jail. in state attorney general rob bonta says hate crimes rose more than 30% from 2020 to 2021. and san francisco is experiencing the worst of it. kron four's rob nesbitt reports on the response from local lawmakers. >> the biggest rise in hate crimes year to year targeted the asian american and pacific islander community. according to the a g s office is the worst things have been since the state started recording hate crime data 27 years ago that the numbers speak for themselves when it comes to violence towards the aap i community hate crimes against them. rose 177% in 2021. are sad angry. it's why assembly member matt haney joined community leaders friday in san francisco to call for legislative action to address the crisis, including a bill
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to help stop hate crimes on public transit. when ensure the transit agency staff are trained on how to legally respond to incidents of harassment, including hate crimes that take place on our streets and buses and mass transit. the data from the attorney general's office is troubling across the board, anti hispanic or latino hate crimes. with up 29%. black californians were targeted the most last year with 513 hate crimes reported against them. we need to work together to fight this need to change the tides. and from now on, we can only move forward. assemblymember phil ting spoke friday about the importance of protecting minorities when they enter a business. he's working on a bill that would require large companies and retailers to train their employees on hate crimes have identified a hate crime. how to address the hate crime. how to it? sure that they know how to react if there is a hate incident at a retail institution. we all have the right to go to a grocery store, have the right to walk into a store to not feel.
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>> like we're being harassed, they'll hate crimes are up. police are responding to the crisis. the number of hate crime cases filed for prosecution in california are up 30% in the newsroom. i'm rob nesbitt kron. 4 news. >> still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news, doctors warning of a possible covid-19 surge after the 4th of july weekend. the steps you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones. this holiday break. and if you're looking for something to do this weekend, check out the san francisco mime troupe today in berkeley that is happening at state or rose park. live music starts at one 30 this afternoon. >> and it's free to attend.
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welcome back. infectious disease experts are worried about a possible covid surge following the 4th of july weekend. and while they're not asking you to stay in, they do say safety precautions are critical at this time. kron four's dan kerman explains. >> a sense of normal is returned and this lead up to the 4th of july. people are traveling getting together, but infectious disease specialists say there is nothing normal about this. >> all 9 bay area counties remain at the highest level of covid-19 transmission. we're not through with this pandemic in spite of the fact that people are acting like we are that there's an awful lot of virus circulating. >> and that we are really on the cusp of seeing another possible surge on top of the search. >> what spreading now is the
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latest subvariant of omicron ba 4, 5, you know, we think of ba 4 and ba 5 escape artists like houdini because they can evade the immune system at the front door. so the guards at the front gate, the antibodies they don't really recognize ba 4 and ba 5 that well. so even if you covid recently, you can get re infected again. >> that doesn't mean staying in this weekend, but it does mean taking precautions, making sure her up to date with your vaccinations, too. many people just are not up to date. they haven't gotten the >> 3rd winner. and for some people, the force one, the second thing is we're in a good mask. an 95 kn 95. when you're indoors with the public critical. there are things about trying to be outdoors as a board more than indoors really will help a great deal. the recommendation of a booster is not just talk.
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>> the cdc announced this week that adults 50 and older with 2 booster doses for 4 times less likely to die from covid-19 compared to those with one booster dose and the unvaccinated were 42 times more likely to die. and while the current vaccine isn't specifically designed for omicron, the fda announced that will change later this year. >> the reason for including ba 4 and ba 5 in a booster is to not only prevent serious disease but to try and prevent even more breakthrough infections. because we know that even being infected is disruptive to society destructive to the way of life so we can become better at doing that. that will make society run smoother, even if there is a lot of virus around. dan kerman kron, 4 news. >> and straight ahead, chp kicks off their maximum enforcement period. they're reminder for drivers planning to hit the road this 4th of july.
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very latest. how long was this chill around for this chill actually is going to be around for the whole holiday. it looks like it's going to be is quite cool for july 4 standards, even as late as monday. good morning, stephanie. everybody. >> the fog still with us providing that show this marine its aggressive. you can see along the east bay shoreline all covered up there. and meanwhile, scattered cloud cover still that stratus, look, we see at san jose state, although some sunshine looks like it's trying to peer through a little bit the engine behind all of this is a low out to see this trough providing the marine layer, if you will, doesn't have a lot of moisture which to negotiate through but will provide that cooler marine layer of the next couple of days. temperatures still hold the mid to upper 50's. 64 after antioch, a chilly 53, the half moon bay. the breakdown for you is some afternoon clearing 66 by one by 4. we'll try we'll see some lower 70's working up may pop about santa rosa up to about 80. that's kind of freakishly
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high number, a quick peek into the fireworks. a presentation forecast. that's monday night. partly cloudy skies might have the fog coming back again. temps 60 ish stephanie, thanks very much. day. >> people are taking to the roads and the skies for the holiday weekend. bay area airports expected to stay very busy for the next few days and on the road. chp has maximum enforcement period is now in place through the end of monday. kron four's terisa stasio explains how the chp is working to keep drivers safe >> rolling out to protect the public. that's the goal of the california highway patrol over the next few days is the 4th of july holiday shifts into gear. >> this last year during the same time stream, too. just like the most 43 people that died saturday to say officers arrested 997 people still drinking and driving can lopez is with the california highway patrol. the agency kicked off its maximum enforcement period at 6 o'clock friday evening.
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>> and through the end of monday, it is all hands on deck. as you're on our roadways. the comments that you made when you went to go get your driver's license that you're going to drive at the speed limit. >> have your seatbelt on. don't be driving to close. don't be drinking and driving. >> officer lopez says that when he speaks to groups about traffic safety, he always asked this question. if you had the opportunity to pay $100 to pay over $18,000, which one would you choose? and everybody obviously choose this $100. and what's that. >> $100 was going to cost you uber. last taxis are still and services far as i know. and we always have a designated driver. there's always somebody's family member friend who doesn't drink because the first dui that you get in a most going to be $18,000. and that said, if we find you and stop you, that's if you haven't crashed in either injured somebody with a new car or somebody else's car. now there's other penalties that are going come with that. >> andy and driving is a privilege. not a right to have
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this travis license. it's a privilege that's been given to him. it's a promise that we had made to be able to keep it. so i was tired, but he pleads drive. >> like it's like how you would want other shoe drive around your family. >> and the officer had this advice plan ahead. download an app designate a driver before heading out to a barbecue. some small steps that can have a big impact to make sure that everyone has a safe 4th of july in the north bay tree says stasio kron. 4 news. >> in the east bay, the city of oakland is gearing up in anticipation of large 4th of july. crowds at lake merritt tomorrow and monday. the city now introducing temporary safety measures at grizzly peak. that's a popular place for people to watch. fireworks. there will also be road closures around lake merritt along lakeshore avenue and grand avenue and in berkeley, panoramic drive will be closed on monday. who do not to people who do not live there from 5 to 11 at night. all 4th of july. fireworks can
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be great for people that can be frightening for pets. in fact, more dogs and cats go missing on july 4th than any other day in the year. well, here to help you prepare your pet for the long holiday is. but the tarbox communications manager with the peninsula, humane society. thank you so much for being here with us today. you're very welcome. thank you for having us. and you also brought a friend. i did. this is body high. he's one of our pet assisted therapy dogs. and and he's also one of those animals that gets really terrified by yes. so one of the things that we always really recommends that people do is. >> when your animals inside, keep your animals inside. so that way. and, you know, close the windows, turn on some live music so that we can help drown out some of the sounds and help ease their anxieties. what are some of what are some of the reasons why pets can get so scared by the sound and potentially sites of fireworks. yes, so, you know, we tend to see 4th of july's
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very celebratory, very animal stone. and this includes wild animals as well. they're just hearing really loud sounds that they're not familiar with. they're seen sites that they're not familiar with, including like perhaps even loud music from 4th of july parties. and that can be really, really scary to them. unfortunately, a lot of dogs and cats as well and up as strays 4th of july activities at various shelters. so if you ever become separated from your animal, not just rain. the 4th of july activities. please check with all your local shelters to see if your animal has ended up there and make sure that your animal has some form of identification. best of all, a microchip. and so it sounds like then that the humane society, the peninsula, humane society, does see an uptick in the number of animal showing up. >> at your facility shortly after the 4th of july. yeah, tends to be one of our busiest times of the year. so we're really prepared for it. you know, again, if people become separated from the animals, please check with your local
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shelter to see if your animals there. now, if what sort of what signs of distress should we be looking out for in our animals when those fireworks start going off, any sort hiding definitely, you know, they're hiding there. shivering, you know, shaking, you know, those sorts of things says as well anything that you would normally associate with seen stress and one thing that does can help with certain animals is something like a thunder shirt. and basically it's like this little. >> comfort like a little hug, you know? and it comes in a variety of different sizes, even sizes for like big dogs like buddy that you can put on your animal. that helps ease anxiety a little bit. you can find these online at various pet stores. we can sell them through our own well, so that's good to know because, you know, my brother has a husky and he's a big dog. but it is so interesting because once those fireworks top start popping off, he. >> he runs and hides behind house. so so the thunder vest
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might the i can help in calming sprays. you know, things like that. and that's why you talk about, you know, dogs getting scared and running. if a dog managed to get outside, it can actually jump a can dig underneath the fence and you can run and it can flee from its home. and unfortunately even end up out in traffic where there could be tragic consequences. we certainly want to avoid that. absolutely. they do that. why are certain animals or rather of cats or dogs? >> more susceptible or sensitive to these loud noises, then say others, because while my brother's huskies very our shell team early and he's like, oh, no big. yeah, i think it's just dependent upon the personality. i mean, my cat is really terrified by any sound, including like just the garbage truck coming through the neighborhood. >> you know, but i've had cats in the past that seem to enjoy watching the fireworks. so you just never know. it just depends on the personality of your animal. so make sure you know your animal and again, make sure that your animal has some sort of id in case you do
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become separated and buddies also have a lot of said >> and on. >> you know, other other summer safety tips that people should be when it comes to making sure that their pets are healthy and well taken care of during this very hot season. absolutely. >> do not take your dog or your pet to you with you, any place that you might be going in your vehicle, even if you're just running into the pharmycy or the grocery store for what you think is a couple minutes that car can heat up very quickly, even with cracked windows. so just please leave your animals at home. unfortunately, we've seen a major spike in animals being left in hot cars, especially during the hot over the last couple place us leave your animal at home. your animals going to be healthier and happier. just being at home. and when it comes to taking our pets out for walks, are there certain things that we should be looking out for should be getting those little booties for our dogs to put on their feet. if it's >> getting a little bit hot out. yeah, you can definitely do that because the pads of a
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dog's feet can burn on the hot sidewalk or asphalt. so, but we also recommend that taking dogs out for walks when it's cooler. >> like earlier morning or little bit later in the evening when the sun is not as bright hot. >> one other thing i want to talk touch on the adoption process at the peninsula, humane society on during the pandemic. we saw so many people going out adopting animals. now, here we are a few years into this and we're seeing the shelter start to fill up again. is there a message that you would like to get out there in terms of just how many animals you have in the shelter now and the hope that you have for them to get to get them into their forever. homes. yes, so i mean, typically when we're adopting any sort of animal, we do our due diligence and talking with potential doctors to make sure that they understand the needs of that animal to make sure that they can accommodate animal like, you know, a dog the but he's probably not going to be happy in a studio you know, so
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really starting you know, do a lot of investigation with the people who are interested in adopting. we currently have were full, you know, like many shelters throughout the bay area. we have lots of cats with lots of kittens. we seem to have a lot of rabbits we have over 60 rabbits that are seeking homes right now. and we also have a lot of dogs as well. so but that's not uncommon because it is baby. see some yet many shelters here getting a lot of kittens, a lot of puppies and a lot of younger animals as well. so if anyone's interested seen the animals that we have available for adoption, they can go to our website at phs stash spca dot org. we're located in burlingame, very easy to get to and anyone can adopt from us. you don't have to be a resident of our county or you can visit your other local shelters to see animals that are available for adoption. wonderful. and last quick question here for you. since we do have buddy, here he is a therapy dog. so on other, is there a specific program that people can you know, sign up for or learn more about the
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therapy services that you do offer through the peninsula. humane society. yes. so we have a pet assisted therapy program and we have approximately 80 animals that are active enrolled in our program and they all sorts of places to provide the healing presence of an animal. that includes high libraries, hospice centers, but he goes to a lot of hospice centers, assisted living facilities, drug rehabilitation centers and even prisons and jails. so if anyone is animals have to be very calm. like buddy, you know, and they have to be comfortable in all different types of settings. and so you can always go again to our website to learn more about our program. we don't just have dogs. we actually have a large flemish rabbit. we and we also have a cat to have a california toward but they've since moved out of the area. so it's not just though. dogs comprise the majority of our pena says that there program.
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but so again, just go to our website to learn more about the program. see if you might be interested in your animal to see if it's good fit for our program. how fascinating. maybe even a therapy lama that, you know. exactly. buffy and buddy, we thank you so much for your time this morning. both from the peninsula, humane society. we appreciate your insight this morning. you're very welcome. thank you for having us. all right. and we also want to let you know how you can celebrate 4th of july safely from your own home. >> join the live in the bay host olivia horton. as we bring you the fireworks and we broadcast that show to you live at your tv set, those shows happening in san francisco, concord marin and san jose. the special airs monday night at 9. we'll see you then.
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a minor warming trend to take us to tuesday. quite a bit of cloud cover tomorrow. then should clear out for monday tuesday and again, up to 72. by that point, winds are pretty much on shores. they will be all this weekend and through monday act as a nice climate control coupled with that marine layer and some of that fog that's at work in the morning hours, particularly very little mercury movement. all this morning, we're talking about 50's covering the bay mid-fifties pretty much 64 antioch. they're the ones that stand out there and 53 chilly degrees. half moon bay with overcast in place. we do have a couple tropical systems make note of its tropical storm colin right off the coast or south carolina. you can see the squall line. we're all the heavier weather is out to sea. they did get some heavier rains yesterday out that way. this expected to hit hatteras and move on. that's way out east when it reaches north of cape hatteras, the the gulf stream actually goes out to sea and it's not so much warm up to the north. so has colder waters. meanwhile, down to central america, this another
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one we're watching. it's going into the pacific body coming from the atlantic. so be given a new pacific name. it's expected to become a hurricane. it looks like later on again, parallel to the coast staying away from the mexican coast. that will be on the west side. so watching things along the pacific going forward. we do still have those juicy low that continues around our coast. delivering us this moisture here. but conditions will not a clear out. it looks like and temperatures will be a bit on the cool side. it would be sharing the skies with some cloud cover. 63, we have a 61 1 on for daly city along the bay side, mid 60's at that 69 foster city and also for palo alto in the south bay. we've got 72 san jose east bay shoreline, mid 60's. 71 for livermore and walnut creek. 72 73 for concord. 63 for berkeley. 62 of allay with a nap at 74. 80% of rosa, although we'll see the sun each day really better clearing out happening by tuesday. it's still going to be slow warming up here stay in the 80's. just about all week long. funny popping 90 by
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friday, stephanie. thanks very much. dave. >> as we get closer to the 4th of july fire agencies across santa clara county have safety reminders. they want you to know when it comes to fireworks. joining me live now is captain justin stockman with the santa clara county fire department in palo alto. good morning to you. >> good morning. thank you for having me. we really appreciate it. >> now, captain, we're still in a drought in california. we know fireworks are going to be in play for july 4th. how concerned are you about a potential wildfire happening this weekend? >> i would say very concerned at that point. you know it it. we are several years into continued unprecedented wildfire behavior and absolutely unprecedented as you can see behind me, the grass in the hills there, they're dry even on a day like today. we stay concerned. you know, i'm i'm up here in the hills above los altos hills and palo alto and even with the cooler weather this,
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legislation is still capable of burning very quick. >> now, as we can see, as you just mentioned, your live out there, a lot of dry high concern for potential wildfire sparking. do you have extra resources on standby in anticipation of potential wildfires? >> we do over the past several years, santa clara county fire department and many of the other santa clara county fire agencies have really worked a lot not just our stopping but the resources we have available. you can see behind me is one of our type 3 fire engines that additional stopping today. and we're continuing to evaluate the need for additional on a day-to-day of not hour to hour basis as we move towards the holiday. >> and this year, your team launched a new campaign specifically addressing fireworks safety. and then you walk us through that and the safety message that you want people to know. >> yeah, you know, at the end of the day, what what we're really asking people to do. and and, you know, i got to say, i really i have a lot of
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faith in and a lot of trust in our community to get right thing. and so we really are asking and some boys were leading is please leave fireworks to the professionals at they are. they're in an area like ours where we have so much natural beauty and so much open space. it is truly not worth the risk of sparking a wildfire. and we've seen year after year after year for the last decade, the destructive nature of wildfires, whether whether it's to human lives to property or to the environment that we rely on and it's not worth it. and take it a step further. you know, i thank you for doing that previous segment about animals and fireworks as we need to think about each other. our neighbors are our neighbors, pats and and finally i'd say is is think about ourselves, right? i mean, we're we're creeping up on 20,000. significant fireworks injuries a year in this many are disfiguring and life changing. get it truly is. it's not worth it. so what what we've
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done this year is we we try to give people and all 10 santa clara county fire agencies have put out a flyer that you can find on any of our social media. the details when and where the professional fireworks shows are are happening. we we ask that people either go to those or watch coverage like yours gets the the best of all. the bay area in one place in the upper tier living and avoid a fire hazard and help out there that an environmental hazard, a fire pit. >> and captain it, what's the best way for someone to report illegal fireworks if they see that happening in their neighborhood? yeah. so. >> i want to i want to be real specific. what what we want people to do is we want people to be to call 9-1-1. were called there. police agencies, 10 digit, a direct line to their dispatch center. if they 9-1-1, it's fine. but the caviar is we really want to make sure that people are observing where the fireworks are coming from. we get a lot of that people are hearing explosions in the area and the
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way that sound travels and the the difficulty in tracking that down a lot of times that actually distract us and makes us makes it more difficult for us to do. proactive enforcement and be out in the community finding where the fireworks to watch from. so if you're going to, if you're going to call 9-1-1, if you're going to call your local police agency, make sure you have specific actionable information for them. not just that you heard something or you think it's coming from the direction we need a specific all right, captain justin stocking with the santa clara county fire department. >> thank you so much for your time. your insight and for your service to the community.
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>> today's is july. the second, of course, 85 years ago in this state in history, million earhart disappeared somewhere in the pacific. somewhere or not. short, 80 76 today. looks like a high today of the sun. >> number, you know, i'm i'm hopeful that she just ended up on an island somewhere and was just able to live out the rest of her job. gilligan's island or so. yes, yeah. hopefully we have we're able to figure out exactly what i wonder. who are gilligan was about saying he did that to the radio. again, we can't talk to anybody any today forecast. we've been fighting the fog, stephanie. we're talking all this morning about how this fog is keeping conditions cool. we talk to the fire people in and all this kind of business. >> this is a good weather pattern for all that, though, tapes, the fire at bay, all that keeps temperatures down. 71 tomorrow, 80 looks like july 4th. we start recovering a little bit, but we don't really get a poke here going on until friday. so all week long to expect some sun and clouds and all of this lower
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80's. and hey, folks absorb this up because we have enough heat spikes. we've already had some of the triple digits going on here. so we get another flavor of summer. some folks like this milder weather could have guessed from out of town. you're going to say, hey, this is great. wonderful you back home in texas. it's 100 and plus whatever. not here in the bay area even inland. so enjoy that it will keep our jackets on and also its national wildland firefighters day. so thank you to all our firefighters out there on the front lines of the fires. >> all right. have a great rest of your weekend. we'll see you back here tomorrow. yes, all right. 07:00am local area in fight. following program
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