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>> now at noon, a ballpark ballot proposal denied why the city council voted against letting residents have a say on the howard terminal project. plus, more evacuation orders issued as the electro fire burns near the sierra nevada. the latest efforts by crews to gain control over the massive flames. and disturbing new developments in the highland park parade mass shooting. what prosecutors say the alleged gunman has confessed to. >> from the bay news station, you're watching kron. at noon.
>> hey, thanks so much for joining us on the kron. 4 news at noon. i'm stephanie lin. authorities say the man accused of killing 7 people at a 4th of july parade in highland park has confessed to the shooting. he made his first court appearance earlier today. kareen wynter reports with the latest details about the moments right after the shooting. >> a chilling confession by the alleged gunman in the highland park, july 4th parade massacre who made his first appearance in an illinois court today. authorities say he admitted to investigators to firing on the crowd of attendees to not enter a plea during the proceeding. the judge ordered the 21 year-old held without bail. he's been charged with 7 counts of first-degree murder with prosecutors indicating there will be many, many more charges in the coming weeks. officials also revealed startling new details of the alleged shooter consider targeting another independence day celebration in the wisconsin area after fleeing illinois while he was driving and he located this celebration occurring in the madison area. he contemplated
another attack with a firearm he had in his car. the alleged gunman used a high-powered rifle similar to an ar 15 to fire more than 70 rounds from a rooftop near the highland park parade. investigators say he legally purchased that weapon along with 4 other firearms, despite officials being called to his home twice since 2019 after he threatened to kill himself and later threatened to kill everyone. according to a family member, vice president kamala harris renewed calls for tighter gun control. we must protect our communities. >> from the terror. >> of gun violence. >> you know, i've said it is enough. the lake county state's attorney also spoke out on the need for tighter legislation. the state of illinois in the united states should ban these types of assault weapons. >> we had this band from 1994 to 2004 with bipartisan support. we should have a statewide and national ban on assault weapons. >> that was kareen wynter reporting for us. if convicted, the suspect could be sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of
parole. his next court date is set for later this month. new information now out of the east bay. authorities recovered the bodies of 3 men from oakland who tried to save a child from drowning. fire officials made the discovery around 5 tuesday afternoon and then went missing after they went into the water to save a child near brandon island. that's at the sacramento river. delta, just north of oakley. the child did make it back to shore safely. we're getting new details from police in san jose on the city's 8th homicide of the year. that killing happened back in april on 5 full avenue kron four's charles clifford is inside san jose for us with the latest details from the press conference. charles. >> yes, as a police department says that they have made 3 arrests in connection with the death of a man back in april. as you mentioned, let's go ahead and take a look at some video here. they released the suspect's images. they are on the left there. ricardo padilla is 26. he was arrested in oakland. 28 year-old
jocelyn velasquez's. the center was arrested in the san jose and daniel macias. 31 years old was arrested in redwood city. now all 3 are being charged with homicide in connection with the death of 28 year-old lucas torres. back on april 16th. in that case, police responded to 5 full avenue around 08:00pm on the 16th and reports of a man suffering from a gunshot wound. the victim had been taken to the hospital by friends. he died at the hospital now after months of investigation, police identify the 3 suspects and they are all now in custody. an exact motive for the shooting that still under investigation. but police say that all 4 people, the victim and the 3 suspects attended an illegal pop-up event. basically an unsanctioned block party in the neighborhood around the time of the shooting and that there may have been some sort of fight. >> and as a result of this non-sanctioned event, some kind of interaction happened to the suspects and the victim resulting in his death. >> yeah, right. anyone with
information anyone who might have been at that block party who saw what happened or knows what happened. you're asked to contact the san jose police department. all 3 suspects remain in custody being charged with homicide. but for now in the south bay, charles clifford kron, 4 news and thanks for staying on top of this story for us. charles, we appreciate it. >> san jose's largest school district has voted to keep officers on campus until next june. at the start of the year, the district up, you approved $800,000 in funding for the policy. it's now earmarked for each school to hire san jose police officers. if they want to the board, voted to extend that contract with police. the decision applies to high schools and middle schools. each school will be allowed to decide if they want an officer on campus and how those officers will be used. and now an update to a story we brought you yesterday. the city of san leandro will pay its police officers an additional $20,000 to keep them on the force. city leaders say officer staffing is half of what it
should be. all officers dispatchers and command staff would be eligible to for the pay incentive which would be made in 3 payments over the next 2 years. and oakland city leaders are powering ahead with plans to build a ballpark at howard terminal. but the public will not get a say on that in november. kron 4 sarah stinson with the details. >> late last night, the oakland city council members decided against putting the a's ballpark project on the november ballot. many people voice their opinions during the meeting, some saying they have the right to vote on this other saying that they don't think it's necessary at this point to vote no on the >> propose november advisory, both for the howard terminal project. u.s. councilman burst yourselves and your staff members have done most of the needed for the howard terminal project. this must move forward. ask that you support local residents right to vote on any deal.
>> committing public funds to the a's proposed howard terminal project. 5 council members voted no to putting it on the ballot to voted yes. and one abstained. mayor libby schaff was in favor of the council members vote to not put this on the ballot saying a nonbinding advisory measure would have jeopardized keeping the a's in oakland. >> cost taxpayers as much as a million dollars nothing but provide special interest with opportunities to spread misinformation. she says. i also want to thank the many residents who called in to support continuing the work with the a's to find a win-win solution for a new waterfront neighborhood with good jobs and community benefits. dozens of people spoke at the meeting. people in favor of the public vote thought they deserved a say in whether public dollars went towards this project and the bay democracy is all we have some democratic process. >> and all about people saying no, don't let other people vote. >> on issues. >> those opposed to it said it
would be a stalling tactic to kill the project. the 12 billion dollar ballpark project was approved by the san francisco bay conservation and development commission last thursday. that was a big win for the project. but even so the team still has to clear other hurdles before it can start building the ballpark. so this is one more step in this long process to get this project finalized and fans worry that if it doesn't, then we can lose them to las vegas. i'm sarah stinson reporting in the newsroom. back to you. happening today. protesters march in downtown berkeley against new student housing plans. >> protesters say they want to stop uc berkeley from building student housing i people's park. they say the housing project would displace homeless people who live in the park and also increase the cost of housing. last month, the california state appeals court granted an order to temporarily delay the school's plan. the next court date is on july 19th. the rally is set
for 5 o'clock tonight. another big story we're following. the fda is temporary early causing its ban on juul e-cigarettes, meaning the san francisco based company will not have to pull its products from store shelves for now. last month, the fda issued an order banning juul sales. then a federal appeals court temporarily blocked that ban. the fda says if tobacco companies want to keep their products in stores, they have to show that their e-cigarettes benefit public health. the fda saying it will conduct a further review of juul's products. and there's growing concern that a recent pride event in san francisco may have exposed people to monkeypox and now members of the community are encouraging people to get vaccinated. this comes as the number of new monkeypox cases in the bay area spiked over the last week. kron 4 s camila barco here with more. >> organizers of the event are recommending people to get
tested for monkeypox. one of those places that they're recommending is here in the castro. it's called stret. those organizers say that the people who attended this sf pride event may have been exposed to the virus after that event. and that event is called afterglow twenty-twenty 2. it was hosted by a group called comfort and joy. but this week, those organizers say that they got an e-mail saying someone who attended the event showing clear signs of monkeypox. they say that same tip was shared with 2 other organizers who also hosted their own pride events and not guided organizers to share the information to the people who attended the event. afterglow and they're also urging people to get tested. san francisco public health officials are reporting more monkeypox cases in the city. officials say there are now 40 confirmed cases of monkeypox here in san francisco. one of the team members that comfort and joy says people shouldn't stereo type one group. it's
important that we not stigmatize the community during this outbreak. this disease does not discuss. >> the man a based on what you look like or who you love. this could've happened anywhere. could have been someone's kingston area apartments, wedding, a camping trip. >> the biggest risk factor for monkeypox is having monkeypox in your network. and in this case, it just happens to be moving to clear social networks. this virus is rare, but it is contagious. it can spread through skin to skin contact, sexually or through infected clothing. now, some symptoms include body aches, fever, chills, and rashes. if you are one of the symptoms, here's a few places where you can go to get tested. there's one at the sf city clinic that's at 3.56, 7th street. >> and there's another one, which is where we're currently at. that's located at 4.70, castro street. you know that there is a 2 dose to help treat monkeypox. yes department of health says that they have received these vaccines and they will be
given to the people who are most at risk. i send it back to you. >> and lab core is starting monkeypox testing today. the company will use the cdc's orthopox virus test that will cover all viruses in that family that are not small pox. the company expects to be able to process up to 10,000 tests per week. the cdc saying other commercial labs should be able to start up testing throughout the month. coming up, we're going to hear from a survivor of that border smuggling operation in san antonio that left more than 50 people dead in the back of a truck. >> and we also have an update for you on the electric fire burning in amador county. the ongoing battle to keep people they're safe. >> and are stubborn marine layer, keeping temperatures in the 60's and 70's out there for your new lunchtime hour. details on that. and current
>> turning now to the fast-moving electrify are up in amador county. authorities issued new evacuation orders today. the flames burned. 3900 acres so far. it's now 10% contained more than 1200 structures remain under threat. about 8,000 pg and e customers in the area still without power. and we know that one firefighter was injured. this all happening close to the amador calaveras county line when a shout ix reports on some of the challenges firefighters continue to face as they try
to keep those flames at bay. >> bright orange flames. much of it fueled by the oils of manzanita forced evacuations from 5 acres to highway 8, and the team. plumes of dark and smoke hovered next to several homes on one and a ponderosa road. firefighters worked fast to keep the flames at bay. >> one inmate hand crews passing along down pieces of tree limbs to make way for a fire break. >> well, another crew cut down branches with a chainsaw. every fire season seems to be getting a little intense like this. we're holding in there. but for the forward. all right, here. >> and aside from the ground, crews. are some
>> lots of that rain out here is steep. but we did find a of firefighters protecting the drainage out here and also looking out for the houses. this is the home of an off-duty firefighter who battled flames with the help from cal fire and a local guy with a water tanker. he says the fire got within 4 feet of this home. >> amador county sheriff gary redmond tells fox 40 they put out a code red going door to door to evacuate residents. he says 50% of those they contacted did leave. but the other half decided to stay. >> no one would be allowed back into the evacuated areas and mutual aid from other counties patrolled the neighborhood to keep possible. looters out while residents are under evacuation orders, many pets get left behind for the this rescuer responded to
save this. chicken got left behind all the birds, but she was still lane. >> and so she was scared to take or still, just laying in a and so. i just came back up the road and the officers let man. and so we've got the got the last second. >> no, thank goodness for those rescue crews out there. that was rowena shaddox reporting for us and turns out it's not just the chickens that ate it. some help getting out of that area. firefighters also rescued 2 dogs, as you can see there near the front lines of the electorate. fire. these do berman's were found in the lot of an evacuated home. a u.s. forest service hot shot team carried them to safety and got them to food and water. thank goodness for those rescue crews closer to pup continues on hot spots from the nelson fire burning in fairfield that started burning yesterday afternoon off cordy lea road. that fire
burned a total of 22 acres, forcing people out of their homes. officials lifting evacuation orders as crews started to gain an upper hand on this fire. delia fire protection district chief dave carpenter says strong winds added to the challenge of fighting the flames. >> gets very gusty up here. so we had the fire changed direction several times went primarily to the east end to the north. then back to the east again. >> good news is no homes were damaged or dealing. a fire says they expect to have the fire fully contained sometime today. and speaking of the wind, let's get right over to kron 4 meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez with a look at our local conditions. now, if a fire were to start of what what firefighters be up against? yeah, a lot of dry vegetation, especially as you make your way inland. but let's take a look at current conditions out there in fairfield. fortunately, temperatures for most of our warmest inland valleys, going to stay below average. and that's what's helping ramp up that relative humidity up to
49%. >> so a lot of moisture out there right now, even in our warmest inland valleys to help firefighters with any pop-up flare ups. wind speeds going to stay on the breezy side out of the northwest for fairfield 20 miles per hour or less. but along the coast, we're noticing that deep marine layer and a lot more moisture. in fact, you can barely make out golden gate bridge just because of that fog bank. so stubborn marine layer along the coast, a few clouds as you make your way into the east bay shoreline. but we're going to see a little bit more sunshine throughout today. temperatures for the most part going to be at or slightly below average. very seasonal temperatures right now at your new lunchtime hour for downtown san francisco in pacifica. 65 degrees there with fremont in the low 70's as he's conquered the airfield a little bit milder, as you just saw in the mid 70's at 74 degrees. but check out fairfax, nearly 10 degrees cooler at 66 degrees. but very pleasant temperatures all around with winds out of the west along the coast northwest for most of our inland valleys at 20 miles per hour or less. and we're noticing a lot of
moisture out there where we could even still be seeing some patchy coastal drizzle along our immediate coastline until we warm up dry out and clear out by this weekend with 90's returning and even mid 90's by early this upcoming week. more my full forecast in just a few minutes. stephanie, back to you. thanks very embrace a let's take a live look now at sfo today, marking 9 years since the deadly crash of asiana front flight. >> 2, 1, 4, at this airport. the plane was coming from seoul, south korea with more than 300 people on board. the plane clipped a seawall while trying to land and then it burst into flames. the impact killing 3 people and injuring more than 150 others. one of the victims died after being run over by to rescue vehicles. u.s. safety. investigators blaming the pilots of the plane, but the national transportation safety board, which investigates these types of crashes. so the plane's controls were poorly designed, making them hard to
right now. a federal court appear or rather excuse me, excuse me right now, a federal appeals court is hearing arguments on the legality of the program. the obama administration starting all of this this program allowing undocumented immigrants brought to the u.s. as children to live and work in the u.s. temporarily more than 600,000 immigrants often described as dreamers are enrolled in this program. many of them now adults, the 5th circuit court of appeals in new orleans. now hearing arguments on whether the program placed an undue burden on states and amounted to executive overreach. and an update for you now on that smuggling incident near san antonio, texas. more than 50 migrants found dead in a sweltering tractor-trailer. alex kemp or with a look at the memorial for the lost lives as one of the survivors describes the conditions inside of that truck. >> for the first time ever,
we're getting a clear picture of the excruciating circumstances. dozens of men, women and children lived through while locked inside the sweltering heat of a tractor trailer crossing through south texas. one of the 14 survivors, 20 year-old yana for you, lisa, kind of do not do moss told the associated press she made the decision to stay near the door of the trailer being used to smuggle immigrants because she thought would be cooler. simple advice that may have saved her life court don't at the mosque described life inside the truck. quote, the people were yelling, some cried, mostly women were calling for it to stop and to open the doors because it was hot that they couldn't breathe. 53 migrants would die from heat exhaustion and lack of air overnight in san antonio, people join together for a prayer service, a vigil and procession to honor the dead. their origins now known mexico, guatemala, honduras and el salvador. the mexican government said they will pay for the funerals for most of
the migrants and will assist u.s. authorities to determine the criminal organization behind the human smuggling. >> and 4 people have been charged in connection with those deaths coming up in our next half hour, supporters of president trump accused of threatening witnesses and the january 6 investigation. details ahead. and later on in our show, a family begging someone to come forward as police search for a hit and run driver that killed a small child. that story straight ahead. and oakland police say enough is enough after a small child is caught in the wave of recent violence. you're watchi
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you can really bring your living room to life. area and not immune to the gun violence. we saw unfold in other parts of the country over the 4th of july weekend. >> oakland police now investigating 3 homicides and multiple shootings. one of them involving a 3 year-old child. here's kron four's amanda hari with the latest. >> very busy week. >> weekend 4th of july weekend in the city of oakland, a violent holiday weekend in oakland with police responding to 3 homicide case is the first happened friday night near the intersection of 30th avenue and international boulevard. a man died at the scene early on the 4th of july. police responded to a murder suicide. police believe there is no risk to the public. the 3rd homicide happened late monday night. police responded to reports of a shooting. they found a man
dead inside of a car that was involved in an accident. this scene. >> had what we consider to be over 100 rounds. of fire, a gun fire that occurred on the scene by the use of multiple caliber firearms investigating multiple shootings that occurred on the 4th of july. one of those shootings involved a 3 year-old boy shot in the torso. >> police say they believe a relative was involved. think what's important in this case is that a 3 year-old almost lost his life. whatever the circumstances. i don't believe that a family member intentionally fired his gun and tried to introduce child. >> but i think what we would like to see in this case is that whoever was responsible for it, we'll come forth and explain that to u.s.. chief leronne armstrong says the child will be impacted by his injuries for the rest of his life. >> there were also 5 people injured by bullet fragments at the oakland coliseum. during the a's fireworks show. the chief believes this is the result of celebratory gunshots
fired into the air. this particular. >> a shooting brings to light that when bullets go up, they also come down. and in this case, if it is clear to us that the shooter responsible or shooters responsible for this particular shooting? we're not on site. police believe the shots were fired outside of the stadium. the oakland police department also towed 27 cars involved in sideshows on the 4th city of oakland had upwards of 200 vehicles come to the city of oakland involved in illegal sideshow. activity >> that was amanda hari reporting for us. opd is offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of those involved in any of those crimes. we just mention. as as san francisco police also investigating multiple shootings that happened over the holiday weekend. the first one happening on market and powell streets where a street performer was shot. police still looking for a suspect.
the second shooting happened in the bayview neighborhood on engel street and underwood avenue. there goes right there. now someone shot a teenage girl here. she was just out watching the fireworks when this happened and the 3rd shooting happened in soma on ridge street. police say someone was entering a and then they shot a worker and then ran away all of the shooting victims are expected to survive in the north bay. hillsborough police now investigating a deadly shooting after a fireworks show on monday night. it happened on a vista avenue near lupine road. police say officers found a man lying on the sidewalk. he died before he could be rushed to the hospital. no suspect information has been released at this time. but we we are working our sources to get more information for you today. assemblymember phil ting announced new grants to curb violence against the aap i community the asian american
legislative caucus now working with 165 million dollars in state funding to fight anti-asian hate crimes over the next 3 years. >> just so we're very, very excited to see the grants go to many of our largest community organizations also working in large coalition, really proud of the coalitions that have come together to really work together to fight. >> ap, i hate. >> some of the groups already slated to get grants include the commission on asian and pacific islander american affairs and the coalition forces, community safety and justice assembly member team is working on a bill right now to get law enforcement agencies statewide to adopt an official hate crimes policy. now, the latest on the january 6 committee hearings. pat cipollone, the former white house counsel under former president donald trump has agreed to testify. cipollone now set to speak to the panel
this friday in a private transcribed and videotaped interview behind closed doors. he is said to have repeatedly raise legal and other concerns about president trump's activities on january 6, the house select committee has said its next public hearing for next week tuesday, july. 12th. meantime, leaders of the january 6 house committees say, but they're facing new threats as their investigation continues. among them, audio recordings of threatening phone calls. alexandra limon has the latest from washington, d.c.. >> and we do want to warn viewers that some of the audio there are about to listen to is violent and contains threats. but congressman adam kinzinger released the audio recordings to show what some lawmakers investigating the attack on the capitol have been dealing with. >> natural die. >> as quickly as on twitter, illinois congressman adam kinzinger released audio recordings of threatening phone calls aimed at him that
he says staff members like college and high school interns have to deal with it. >> no, family is. and we're going to get you. >> lawmakers involved in the investigation of the attack on the capitol aren't the only ones being targeted with threats. california congresswoman judy chu's says trump's inner circle has been threatening the witnesses. the select committee is trying to talk to. they have been intimidating. >> witness says >> implying that there will be tremendous damage if they even do a deposition. >> congresswoman chu says the intimidation tactics have been systematic. they are sending e-mails implying that they will be rewarded if they. >> take the 5th amendment or do not appear still that investigation into the attack on the capitol is moving forward. the next public hearing is scheduled for july 12 at 10:00am.
>> and the january 6 committee says the upcoming hearings will focus on new details and new information that the committee has learned. thanks to witnesses who have cooperated and who have testified under oath in washington. alexandra limon. >> 2 u.s. senators are calling on the fcc to investigate tiktok and its chinese chinese parent company byte dance. this coming after a recent buzzfeed report showing engineers and top executives at tiktok repeatedly accessed the private data of users in the u.s.. the company responded saying it does not share data from us users with the chinese government. just last week, fcc commissioner brendan carr urged apple and google to remove the tick tock app from its stores. from abortion rights to sports betting california voters weigh in on a number of proposed changes to state laws this november. kron four's ashley zavala explains. >> california voters will weigh in on 7 ballot
initiatives this year. the propositions qualified either because of action. the state legislature took or the citizens ballot initiative process. the first you'll see on this year's ballot as proposition one relating to abortion. it asks voters to amend the state constitution to guarantee the right to choose abortion and contraception. the next 2 propositions are expected to be this year's big ballot box fight on sports betting proposition. 26 allows federally recognized native american tribes to operate sports wagering plus roulette in dice games on tribal lands while proposition 27 would legalize online and mobile sports wagering allowing californians to use sites like fanduel and draftkings supporters of prop. 26 opposed this measure. proposition 28 would provide additional funding for arts and music education in all k through 12 public schools, including charter schools. for the 3rd time voters will be asked to weigh in on another attempt to regulate dialysis providers with proposition. 29. similar initiatives failed in 2018 and
twenty-twenty. this year's version requires a physician, a nurse practitioner or a physicians assistant with 6 months relevant experience to be on site during treatment at outpatient, kidney dialysis clinics. proposition 30 would boost funding for 0 emission vehicle infrastructure, including incentives to buy the cars and charging stations. it would increase taxes on those with personal incomes of over 2 million dollars by 1.0, 7, 5%, last, but certainly not least contentious proposition. 31 aims to halt a state law from going into effect that bans the retail sale of some flavored tobacco products across california. the legislature approved the ban in 2020 in sacramento. ashley zavala kron. 4 news. >> all right. let's talk about our forecast, shall we take a live look outside now at coit tower. just a little bit of a breeze out there pretty overcast, though, kron 4 meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez here with more details on just how long this cold light stick around for
there's 7. yeah. below average temperatures through friday until we gradually warm up this weekend. but definitely seeing that. no sky july over coit tower. >> better clearing in the east bay over berkeley. a lot of sunshine already seeing those blue skies overhead there with the radar for tracking that deep stubborn marine there right along the bay area coastline. and we're going to see another round of drizzle tonight. bring us traces amount of rain, but we are going to notice partial clearing along the coast. but as you can see, that fog bank really hanging type until is gradually starts to move inland overnight. and that's when we're going to notice that drizzle, especially for those of you along the east bay shoreline, by midmorning for your thursday. if you do see some light drizzle and even some light rain as well as associate with that deep marine layer, don't be surprised make sure to drive safely for your thursday commute. let's take a look at temperatures out there right now. quite the temperature trend along the coast and even into our warmest inland valleys below. average highs expected today for our warmest inland valleys with currently
at 75 degrees. very seasonal along the coast, though. 63 degrees for those of you at half moon bay. so 12 degree difference out there right now between our coolest coastal city and our warmest inland valley. but overnight lows tonight, widespread mid 50's to outliers those santa rosa. 51 degrees in and talk a little bit milder cooling down into the low 60's and temperatures gradually warming up tomorrow, low 80's. but we're still going to be about 5 to 10 degrees below normal. even with that slight warm-up, 82 degrees for santa rosa. seasonal temperatures for downtown san francisco at 67 degrees and low 70's for those of you in oakland before the temperature trend warms up this weekend, especially sunday into monday, we could be 5 to 15 degrees above average. stephanie, with temperatures warming up in the low to mid 90's. back to you. thanks very much for that update. and grace, a a consumer recall is in effect for a baked goods brand. what you need to and to know to avoid snacking on plastic by accident. >> animal shelters all over our area overcrowded. we
>> prosecutors say 32 year-old eric holder junior and hustle knew each other for several years. the shooting happening at 9 minutes after a conversation between the 2 men over rumors. holder had been acting as an of an informant for police. prosecutors successfully arguing the shooting was premeditated. holder will be sentenced in september and could spend the rest of his life behind bars. the yoga instructor accused of killing a marine county cyclist is in court today facing murder charges. let's take a look at this next video here. you're looking at a lineup of armstrong's photos and on the left you saw earlier image of how she looked when the investigation began. the 2 photos on the right where her most recent booking photos. now there was speculation she even surgically changed her appearance to avoid police. armstrong was on the run for more than a month accused of killing pro cyclist moriah wilson over a love triangle. and the search is on in san bernardino county for a hit and run driver. investigators
say the driver slammed into an atv killing a little boy and leaving his best friend on life support this happening over the weekend in apple valley. reporter shelby nelson spoke with family members. >> it was full life and always had a smile on his face. >> he cared deeply for the people around him. my daughter martinez, an 11 year-old christina bird, also known as tina were inseparable up until their very last moments together. >> the 2 close family friends bonded by traditions like this past 4th of july weekend when their families headed to the high desert for some off-roading. but before they could even celebrate tragedy when jacob in tina writing on the same atv were struck by a hit and run driver. we're just trying to be with our families. it was right in front of our campsite. we had we did. we had no control but was going to happen. it was an accident. the crash happening saturday night at around
09:00pm on started wells road in apple valley. >> the family sharing these images of the damage to the a tv interview was mangled. the was trouble for such just love. >> he loved team is fighting for her life. >> both jacob and tina were found lying next to each other. jacob died at the scene. tina is now on life support at loma linda children's hospital after suffering several broken bones and a severed spinal cord. the chp is investigating saying they believe the suspect vehicle is a bright orange 2021. polaris, razor turbo asked or has 4. it was too hard for jacob's father to come and speak on the death of his son. so we wrote a message for his daughter, jacob sister, cassandra, to read j cope. >> daddy loves you very we will stop >> jacob's dad saying he was a straight a honor roll student with so much to live for. >> my heart is crushed beyond repair. he did not deserve
what happened to him. please help bring justice to my son. ever you are stop being a coward and do what's right in step forward. if you know who did this, please report them. if you are related to this coward, please report them reporting in loma linda. i'm shelby nelson. >> bay area music legend carlos santana is recovering after he collapsed on stage. the 74 year-old musician was performing at pine music festival near detroit when he fell over videos posted to social media shows medics and staff treating santana on stage. he was taken to a local hospital. santana later posted an update on facebook saying that he, quote, forgot to eat and drink water. so he collapsed. he says he is now doing well and taking it easy. for your money. about 2 thirds of americans are living paycheck to paycheck. paul barker key explains how people are making ends meet as they dip into savings to get by.
>> it can jennifer la monica is one of millions of americans dipping into their rainy-day funds as clouds of a potential recession hangover head. the bureau of economic analysis defines the personal savings rate as the percentage of disposable income that we can put away after taxes and expenses, the pandemic and 3 rounds of stimulus checks, padded pocketbooks at first the personal savings rate hit a record high of 34% in april of 2020. but this april, it was at its lowest since the 2008 recession. 5.2%. once the world reopened. i was so inclined to do things. >> that i had that money saved. and i was like cool, right? i have this so much money and now i want to hang out my friends. i want to go to happy hour. i wanna go to brunch. i want to go. those places from covid zahn set to the end of 2021. us households built up 2.7 trillion dollars in extra savings. according to
moody's analytics. but since the war in ukraine began, savings have been in steep decline as inflation drives up the cost of gas, groceries and almost everything else. >> moody says families have tapped into about 114 billion so far, only about 4% of what we had squirreled away, but enough to make us leary last month. 52 1% of those surveyed in an exclusive news nation decision desk hq poll. >> said they were worse off financially than they were a year ago. in may, 59% reported it was very difficult or somewhat difficult to make ends meet in a historically competitive job market. some major employers are combating inflation with midyear raises and bonuses, including exxonmobil t rowe price group and microsoft. jennifer isn't expecting such a courtesy. >> i maybe raise that quick. you i am not getting in that your raise. >> for your health. most
american children suffer from poor heart health. that's according to new research from the american heart association. they review the nutrition and health information of nearly 10,000 kids in the u.s. they found less than 30% of children between the ages of 2.19 years old showed good heart health. now, researchers say lifestyle changes like better eating and sleeping habits can improve cardiovascular health. another food recall to tell you about the company enjoy life. natural brands issued a voluntary recall on its baked goods. the company saying it found hard plastic pieces in some products, including cookies and brownies. the products are sold online and in retail stores across canada and the united states, the company says a food safety investigation is underway. whether you want to a vacation video or become an instagram star. there are some apps that can help you rich demuro explains.
>> whether it's a summer vacation videos of the kids or anything else you want to share. vertical video is suddenly the way to go unless like phones change out, think vertical videos really going to go anywhere calling. michael is a youtuber that teaches new creators valuable skills. so it takes up the full screen when you shoot in vertical mode, which is just more pleasing to watch and just how you naturally hold your phone if you're sharing on social media, you can use editing tools, built into tiktok or instagram. but these apps make the process easier and give you more options. cap cut is one of the most popular completely free video editing apps loaded with lots of playful features really enables you to, you know, get creative and do a lot of things just from your phone. kept cut is made by tiktok but offers different tools. the reason it is free is they want people to, you know, take those tools and create content for the platform. but you can do it for any platform in shot. lets you do the basics for free, but be prepared for on-screen at while you're at it and export in shot works
well with videos and photos. it's actually a great place to make like collages. if you have like a lot of photos that you want to turn into a video and upload one of the sites, there's an in shot logo on your finished video, but you can remove it by watching an ad for paying a one-time fee. i think it's a good editor. even if you don't get the pay teachers, you can still do a lot within the finally, my personal favorite splice. i love how it makes video editing easy, fast and fun with simple transitions and music. there is a free trial, but this is a paid app available on both ios and android pay very much. simplify it down to where, you know, if you're just starting out not be overwhelmed by all these tools and buttons all over the place. >> all right. lots of fun options for those content creators out there as to talk a bit about our forecast, taking a live look outside at walnut creek. a lot of traffic moving this noon hour. people
may be heading back to work or just enjoying their lunch break. we have kron 4 meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez here with more details on what we can expect outside >> there's 70 yeah. we're noticing northwesterly winds breezy in the teens at 15 miles per hour. but we are going to see cooler slightly stronger on shore flow with winds 20 miles per hour. less later into the day. but let's take a look at temperatures out there right now. widespread mid 60's along the san francisco peninsula coastline and even the bay area coastline for that matter with low 70's right now for those of you in concord and livermore, 73 degrees for san jose. so one of the mildest cities out there right now with widespread 60's and 70's for those of you in the north bay, 69 degrees of peace for napa and allay petaluma and santa rosa. a little bit warmer in the low 70's, but we are going to see slightly warmer temperatures tomorrow back in the low 80's for most of our warmest inland valleys. and remember should be averaging mid 80. so we're going to be about 5 degrees below average. even with that
5 to 10 degree warm-up tomorrow, holding steady for downtown san francisco in the mid 60's with low 70's along the east bay shoreline in mid 70's. for those of you at half moon bay. but we're going to see, though, for those of you in this weekend warming up, we're going to notice the low 90's for warmest inland valleys. and that trend is going to continue for this upcoming workweek. back to you, stephanie, thanks very embrace a coming up next, a call for help from bay area animal shelters. >> why they say they're seeing a major increase in lost pets.
>> 4th of july, fireworks scared many pets and sent them running from home. now many rescue say they're full of animals in need to free up space. the san jose animal care center is offering free pet adoptions because their shelter is full. they are waiving adoption fees for cats and dogs. and you can find a link with more information on kron 4 dot com. and it's not just bay area. animal shelters impacted by all of this rescues around sacramento also overrun with animals spooked by holiday celebrations. many shelters. they're also waiving fees this month, an effort to ease the overcrowding. shelter workers say the best way to get your pet back is to contact the appropriate animal shelter through their website. the contact information should be listed there. and you also. >> it's unfortunate because there's so legal fireworks going off in the sacramento
area, which is dangerous to it property of people, but also to our four-legged family members. >> and they say you can also consider microchipping your pet if you haven't already to make sure that you can find your furry friend quickly if they run off. and all that barking. you're hearing from your neighbor's dog might not be such a bad thing. researchers from ohio state university finding neighborhoods with more dogs walking the streets have significantly less violent street crime than those neighborhoods with fewer dogs. plus more dogs meant fewer property crimes. the study was done in 600 towns over 2 years and that'll do it for us here at the kron. 4 news at noon. let's send things over to olivia horton for live in the bay. olivia. hey, stephanie, i love that last story. there have 2 great danes at home. so feel like i might be on the safe side. yeah, i was going to ask you, how did they do with all the fireworks? you don't believe it or not as big and soft as they are. they
actually were not afraid of the fireworks. so we're ok in that area. so glad to hear that. what's going on today. >> well, coming up today on live in the bay. he's helping give back to the homeless in our community. musician can newman joins us to share more on his organization, blanket the homeless. >> plus, how america, how bank of america is impacting the next generation. >> the program that is bringing student leaders from the bay to a national summit meeting with congressional leaders >> then the local organization that's helping you make better food choices. food wise is in studio discussing their education programs to bring in tasty treat. i'm looking for something to do with the whole family that won't break the bank. research. guess we chat with circus bella about their upcoming shows. perfect. >> for all ages. that and much more coming up today on live in the bay.