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>> now it's 6 in murder, right? in the middle of the day. suspects shoot and kill an asian woman during with oakland. police say was an attempted robbery. good evening, everybody. thanks for being here for kron. 4 news at 6. i'm grant lotus. justine waltman ken and pam have the night off. >> and right now, oakland police are looking for the shooter for 6 year-old lilly shoe. e s a dentist who lived and practiced in oakland. the shooting happened in the little saigon neighborhood right near lake merritt by 5th avenue and east 11th street. it happened just after 2 o'clock in the afternoon yesterday and was earlier today that oakland police held a news conference saying that they believe the suspects attempted to rob shoe and there was a struggle. and that's what led to shots being fired. police also said there was a second person in shoes car at the time of her killing. she was well known again. we said a dentist in oakland. she also had a practice in castro valley. >> and today, members of oakland's asian community gathered outside city hall to
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remember lily shoe and demand police government and community leaders do more to prevent the ever escalating violence against the aap i community kron four's. dan kerman was there and has our top story tonight. >> i'm so sick and tired of hearing. asian americans. >> the killing of members of oakland's asian community is continuing with no end in sight, causing anger, anguish, frustration and fear. among those gathering monday outside oakland city hall. what about the people that were already suffering? just get it. well in heart. let's first gonna come >> what service? the what you? the off. like that to go to try to topple service. house. i
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>> chinatown, dennis lillee shoe was shot and killed sunday afternoon after getting out of her car in the city's little saigon neighborhood. >> she is a member of my community. she's a dentist. it the ground since to try it and this one hurts. >> even more. this is just great person. and she has so many fronts to remember. everybody's and you can my right. so she is anyone have any personal problem and she actually senior tribal hall. the person. so she's just like to me like and had an afternoon rally monday, those participating called on people in power. >> government officials, police members of the community and others to do more to stop this violence against the asian community. >> we want the government to provide it. bush an answer. 2 of the community, how to make sure the community. what it needs.
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>> i think the this i to see if if we don't do enough. you could be court today and tomorrow could be me. >> those speaking out say the greatest fears. they'll be back here next weekend next month. and in 2 months when someone else is killed and they've implored leaders in government to take steps to make sure that doesn't happen. at oakland city hall. dan kerman kron. 4 news. >> the area of little saigon in oakland continues to deal with these kinds of violent crimes. just last month, uber driver patrick phone video of this was shot and killed in that neighborhood. his killing led to a call for a heavier police presence to patrol the area. the police chief in oakland, lauren armstrong says those calls have been answered and even with the additional patrols, the violence continues. >> this is not a reflection of who we are as a community. this is the worst of what we have in our community. the little saigon area has been
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impacted by violence over the last several weeks. and it's truly unfortunate. while the department has moved additional resources to that area, well, department has made some pretty key arrests and other violent incidents that have happened in that area. unfortunate area in our city continues to be impacted i'm saddened by by what we've seen. >> police have not released the name of the second person who was in the car with the victim. will certainly continue to follow this story and bring you any updates as soon as we get them. the santa cruz sheriff's office has released the names of the 3 people killed in that plane collision last week at the watsonville airports. fee of 75 year-old carl krupa of winton. >> 67 year-old nannette krupa of winton that somerset county and 32 year-old stewart came in son of santa cruz. they were all pronounced dead at the scene. one plane crashed into an airport hangar after
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the midair collision and that plane caught fire. the other crashed into a field nearby. the cause of the collision is still being investigated. here's a side show that went down in san francisco. a kron for a viewer sent us this video. they said happened around 11, 30 sunday night near mission street and ala many boulevard. they say they were stuck in the traffic behind the sideshow for. >> almost 30 minutes and police that were responding were also stuck in traffic, but they eventually were able to break it up. no word on any arrests, injuries are kept cars being impounded and 3 people are in custody tonight following a sideshow that happened on the bay bridge. this one. >> was about 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon. you see, but people riding their bikes and atv's on the upper deck of the bay bridge. the chp says yeah, 100, maybe 200 off-road vehicles were involved in this one. a few of them turned around and started going the wrong way on the bridge when
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the chp officer showed up, people took off one of the riders hit a car near the bottom of the fremont exit ramp. you see that scene here. that person suffered major injuries had to go to the hospital, 3 dirt bikes were impounded just into the kron. 4 news room. governor gavin newsom has vetoed a bill that would allow oakland to san francisco and los angeles. >> to set up safe injection sites. the bill authored by san francisco, senator scott wiener would have set up supervised drug injection facilities. the governor said the bill could have brought a world of unintended consequences. reaction to this veto is still coming in. we'll have much more on this coming up in our prime time newscast, starting at 8 o'clock. >> a proposal to seal the criminal records of many ex-felons in california has cleared a major hurdle in the state legislature. and now it's just one signature away from becoming law. but for us, capitol correspondent eytan wallace heard from the bill's author and shares why opponents are concerned it
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could let criminals off easy. >> keep in mind about one of every 5, california and says either been arrested or served time. well, now one california lawmaker hopes her bill will allow people records to get a second chance at life do the crime scene do the time? but for many offenders, the question now turns to what life will be like after prison, a life that could soon look different. all because of a bill sitting on the governor's desk. known as sb 7.31, the legislation would seal conviction and arrest records for ex-felons as long as they have not been convicted of another felony in the 4 years since completing their sentence and parole or probation. democratic state senator maria elena durazo of los angeles, author of the legislation arguing the completion of a prison sentence to pave the way for a complete return to participate fully in society. she stresses the proposal would not include people who were convicted of violent felonies and those who have registered as a offender
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but as for the others also says their records too often turn into a lifelong sentence of limited access to employment, housing, education, and the ability to live a full normal life and provide for their families. but the bill does face opposition. it goes too far. republican %tate senator brian jones of san diego says he supports second chances, but says this legislation page too much of a broad brush or telling the criminals. >> just wait it out. you can do what you want, you know, commit the crimes do the time. and then eventually in a short period of time, it just automatically going to fall off and your record is clean and several democrats agreed also that this just goes too far, also voted no on the bill. >> and the governor still has a little over a week to decide whether he will sign this bill into law or veto it. reporting here outside the california state capitol wallace kron. 4 news. >> and now take a live look outside here at the city of san francisco's. we talk about our 4 zone forecast. a little bit of fog starting to creep
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in on this monday night. yeah, a little bit of haze in the atmosphere will fear may be more to come. shows us now with that check on air quality. >> yeah, lanai stay around the bay area. hottest day of the week. probably temperatures are going to start to cool down, but now going to start to see a little smoke make its way into our skies. so far that hasn't happened just yet. you see the clouds out along the coastline. some patchy fog out toward the beaches. temperatures. you're still looking at numbers. 94 degrees in santa rosa hot. they're still 85. cool off. now in little more, 80 in san jose and 62 very comfortable in half moon bay right now around the bay area. everybody's in the green outside. nice clear conditions out there. quality wise tomorrow, things begin to change. we've got those fires still burning in northern california. we get a little bit of a northerly wind kicking in all of a sudden, some of that haze begins to work its way in the bay area. so moderate amounts of building up in the north bay, the east bay, the south bay. i think you're still looking good along the coastline, but that smoke plume and when the wind changes, here we go again. you can watch the models pick up on some of that smoke working its way slowly smoke working its way slowly back toward the bay area,
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and parts of the east bay. as we head toward tomorrow afternoon, something to watch out for those winds. do switch again, though, as we head toward the latter part of the week. we'll have more on that coming up in a few minutes. >> thank you, lawrence. when it comes to the monkeypox vaccine, second shots have been postponed to prioritize. first shots. so calls went out last month left people know that there are 28 days between doses would be even longer. however, that is not stopping everyone from waiting longer. kron four's. rob nesbitt joins us now live in the newsroom. >> without some folks are just kind of making their own decisions and finding ways to get that second shot. rob. >> they are grant. i'm hearing more and more how people are finding ways to get their second monkey pox vaccine shot. so i wanted to hear from infectious disease expert about what the science says about having longer wait between doses. it took 6 hours of waiting before jose luis gone was able to get his first shot of the monkeypox vaccine. he was able to make an
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appointment with his partner to get his second shot in sacramento. a month later, it took less time for us to drive all the way from so san francisco to sacramento. >> got our toes and then come back. but it took for me to get my first dose. he says the vaccine clinic he went to in the capital city, received a surplus from the state allowing for second shots getting it was a priority because he's seen the pictures of severe cases and heard firsthand accounts of the pain. i've been really changing. my behavior is pretty significantly in order to minimize my risk. but i want to be able to go ahead and live life as normal. second shots have been postponed in most places per the cdc's recommendation. i went to infectious disease expert at ucsf doctor monica gandhi to get her thoughts on people finding loopholes in the system mean it's understandable that people are feeling anxious and they want the second shot. i would say, however, that there is a reason the way the doctor says aside from allowing first shots to get into more arms waiting between doses is also good for the immune system. it's really not a bad idea for the immune system to have a longer time between doses, at
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least 8 to 12 weeks. she says that massive amounts of vaccines are supposed to be coming from the federal government in october. we should be enough supply to allow for second doses. until then, she says the u.s. public health system needs to find a way to improve the public. in the u.s. has some work to do to increase the trust in public health. doctor gandhi says second doses of the monkeypox vaccine are being allowed for people who are frequently exposed after those with advanced hiv reporting live in the newsroom. i'm rob nesbitt kron. 4 news. thank you, rob. up next here at 6 o'clock, the decision. >> millions of people are waiting on. what will president biden do about
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>> all right. starting the workweek school week for a lot of kids here in the bay area getting through monday. checking out a live look at coit tower. pretty warm for most parts of the day today. and it looks like will be the hottest day of the week. we'll get all the details now from our chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. yeah, those temperatures soaring in places away from the coastline, high pressure overhead and that ridge really send the temperatures way up near 100 degrees in some of the north bay valleys. but other ways you have some fog moving along the coastline. of course, much cooler out toward the beaches. now them look bad at all. you've got a lot of sunshine at the golden gate bridge looking good there. little breeze kicking up as well out toward the sfo, though. you can see the breeze out there behind that uc san bruno mountain. the fog begin to
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move in overhead. more that on the way. probably some drizzle overnight. temperatures today. yeah, it was hot spots about 99 degrees in santa rosa. 94 in concord. 93 in livermore, 87 degrees and very warm in san jose. 77 in the oakland and 70 degrees in san francisco. but this probably about as warm as it's going to get these temperatures will start to drop off just a little bit in the coming days. 76 degrees in san mateo right now to 62 it specifically with some patchy fog. 72 in oakland, 86 degrees in napa. still hot 96 in saint lena and 94 degrees in santa rosa. things begin to change. now, though, we've got the clouds rolling in along the coastline that patchy fog rolling out toward the beaches right now. then looks like more that sea breeze kicking in. we've had some stronger gusts today. some of those over 30 miles per hour out toward the coastline. and that being said, yeah, that on shore breeze will carry with it. the low clouds and the fog pushing that inside the bay. and that means you can start out with a couple of patches of fog tomorrow morning, but not a
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bad day. tomorrow will bring a lot of sunshine by the afternoon away from the coastline. mid 90's inland. you got a lot of 70's and 80's around the bay along the coastline plan on some 60's. there and then out over the next couple of days, the temperatures slowly going to cool down. i think. and then we'll cool down more. so as we get in towards saturday and sunday and into next week. thank you, lawrence, for that congresswoman jackie spear spent the morning. >> thanking healthcare workers you see here they're and other people who've been on the front lines of everything during the pandemic. this was at the mills peninsula medical center in burlingame, other local officials joining her along with a caravan of first responder vehicles, spear and company handing out red roses to the medical workers and she praised them for their work over the last 2 plus years. >> it's important for us to say thank you to all the health care providers who saved lives during covid n and
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now that covid is something that we live it's still important to remember. there are still people in this hospital right now who have and are struggling with covid and and some other other conditions. >> and jackie spear again, handing out those roses. spear will go to other hospitals and medical centers in the coming days too. thank healthcare workers for all they have been doing. another big story. we've been following a body presumed to be 16 year-old kylie roddy has been found in a reservoir near that campsite where she disappeared. kiley was last seen at a party. this is at a campground in truckee back on august 6th over the weekend, a group of private divers found a white suv with a body inside. >> in the process are creek reservoir. placer county and reporter when the live there for us now with the very latest.
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>> it's an honor to be in this position. >> the adventures with purpose, search and recovery dive team from oregon search process or lake yesterday where they made that fateful discovery. they scour the areas which were ready, searched out by multiple sheriff's dive teams since 16 year-old kylie, rodney went missing on august 6 about. >> 30 35 minutes after getting on the water. i spotted something on the sonar that can tell right away was not normal-looking manmade. >> the team put these 2 small and narrow boats in the water in scanned that spot from different directions. they hooked a magnet on to confirm it was a vehicle. so the next step at that point. >> in my mind this you have to mentally prepare yourself as you're doing the vehicles sussman you know, for what you may see. and so at that point, you just have to kind of block that out and just say, hey, there's a task at hand that i have to do and i need to do
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it. nick was able to identify it was her vehicle. >> and if there were human remains within the vehicle from there, they notified the family and law enforcement. a lot of >> a multitude of feelings. you know, we we focus on the positives and what we are able to provide for families and law enforcement. and that's answers and hopefully. case closure for the fbi and multiple sheriff's departments. >> coming up, officers in arkansas on video punching and kneeing a man while trying to arrest him. they have since been suspended about what led up to this brutal beating. and new research suggests more young people are using marijuana and. >> well, listen, engine is like mushrooms. school break down the results of the new down the results of the new study after t meet leon the third... leon the second... and leon... the first of them all. three generations, who all bank differently with chase. leon's saving up for his first set of wheels... nice try. really? this leon's paying for his paint job on the spot...
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californians have a choice between two initiatives on sports betting. prop 27 generates hundreds of millions every year to permanently fund getting people off the streets a prop 26? not a dime to solve homelessness
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prop 27 has strong protections to prevent minors from betting. prop 26? no protections for minors. prop 27 helps every tribe, including disadvantaged tribes. prop 26? nothing for disadvantaged tribes vote yes on 27. >> the waiting game continues as the biden administration has just a little over a week to decide if it will extend the pause on federal student loan debt washington, d.c., correspondent raquel martin reports. >> the biden administration is promising to take action to address student loan debt by the end of the month. american people hear directly from us. >> because we recognize is an important issue across the country. sunday on nbc's meet the press and cbs's face the nation. >> education secretary miguel cardona said his agency is talking with the white house daily to determine whether or
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not to extend the current pause on student loan payments. and if the administration will go further and cancel out some debt all together, we're not slowing down. we want to make sure that college is more accessible and more affordable. the white house says it is considering canceling up to $10,000 and debt. but progressives are pressuring the president to go big and cancel up to $50,000 per borrower. the chair of the house progressive caucus monday tweeting today would be a great day to cancel student loan debt and deliver relief for millions of borrowers across the country. let's get this done. but many republicans are opposed to seems unfair. and new york republican congressman john katko says canceling student loan debt now after many have already paid off their loans is wrong and won't fix the underlying problem. i think the better and the same would be to look at why is our college tuition over the last several decades increase at twice the rate of inflation >> and why is that what was the education for more expensive than buying a car?
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>> good question. that was raquel martin reporting for us tonight. >> according to a new study, the use of marijuana and reached an all-time high among young adults last year. researchers at the national institute of health found the rate of marijuana use among people aged between 18 30 had reached 43% in 2021, 8% of adults between that same age range reported lucinda within the past year. what does that include? well, those young adults reported using things like lsd mdma, pcp day and magic mushrooms. a group called mothers against drug deaths rallied against drug overdoses in san francisco. the event was held yesterday at city hall. a national fentanyl prevention awareness day they hand painted rocks to represent some of the lives lost during the drug overdose. they also had a display of frames with each person's name who has died in san francisco
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supervisors, matt dorsey and rafael mandelman show their support to ending the open drug air market in the city. >> need to resources getting help to the people that need help. the most important thing i think we could is send out the message that the days of the encampment standing out the open air drug sales is we need everybody in this building to be in agreement about that. >> as a first mothers against drug deaths reported more than 2000 people have died from fentanyl related overdoses in san francisco since 2019 and of the 641 deaths last year in the city. majority of those involved that not. up next. violence continues in parts of mexico after the u.s. issued a travel warning for americans. >> the latest from the mexican government as they try to crack down on the cartels. plus, we're learning about the first major legal action from
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department from for charles clifford has details from today's press conference and some possible changes coming to the force. >> here in antioch, we have learned that multiple officers are the focus of a federal investigation. the mayor of antioch, lamar thorpe said at a press conference on monday that a total of 8 officers, all patrol officers here in antioch are currently the focus of an fbi and contra costa county district attorney's office investigation. he said that because of the ongoing investigation, he could not say what they were being looked at for. they also would not reveal the names of the officers, although he said all 8 are currently out on administrative leave. now moving forward, the mayor didn't have a lot of details. he anticipates at some point there could possibly be a grand jury investigation that could result in charges against these officers or possibly additional officers being charged as well. the mayor said that his focus moving forward is to restore confidence between the police department and the community. certainly sorry that we find ourselves in these


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