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>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news known. >> we now know the identity of the suspect is seen on video verbally assaulting another man. he has been charged with a hate crime. good evening, everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm vicki liviakis and i'm grant lotus. police say 37 year-old singh to gender of union city. is the man seen going that racist rant at a fremont taco bell? this is a couple weeks ago.
>> kron four's taylor bisacky spoke with the victim about this latest development. >> it's a new year. and the opinion h one b run for news for showed you this 37 year-old singh to gender on sunday shows him yelling anti comments and another customer christian german while waiting in line. any freeman taco mask? don't public like >> nobody from alameda county district attorney's office filed multiple charges on monday against a dinner. >> including a hate crime in violation of civil rights assault and disturbing the peace by offensive language. german says he's glad the suspect was held accountable. >> i was relieved to be honest and i was not surprised a car. i was not surprised drummond says the tirade went on for more than 8 minutes on august.
independence movement in india. you are the ones that camille >> your people were the one to put your head down whenever the suspect's motive. german says there should be no tolerance for such you have gone numb to these kind of things. we need to be sensitive. >> to a fellow human being, i'm taylor kron. 4 news. >> in the south bay, a 43 year-old woman has been charged with a hate crime after attacking a teenager. police say he was wearing a he job in mountain view, according to the santa clara da's office back in july, atoosa big lie called the 18 year-old woman a terrorist before grabbing her head scarf and pulling it off. laurie then allegedly pushed the teen into the wall and put her hands around the victim's neck. prosecutors say the 43 year-old took off on a bicycle and was arrested shortly after the attack. the glory has also been charged with battery.
>> the investigation is underway after an off-duty san jose police officers. personal car was struck by gunfire. the shooting took place on northbound one. 0 one in san jose near the state highway. 85 interchange just before one. 45 today, the northbound lanes. they were closed for 2 hours as investigators comb with the roadway for any evidence. fortunately, that officer was not injured. it's still not clear, though, if the officer was targeted or if it was a stray bullet that struck the officer's vehicle. >> in the east bay today, oakland police announced that yesterday's shooting at james madison middle school was not a deliberate school shooting. that shooting happened yesterday afternoon when a 12 year-old student shot a 13 year-old student. police say evidence shows the victim does not appear to be the intended target. it is still not clear where the boy who shot got the gun, why he brought it to school and what his exact
intention was. and we continue our coverage of that middle school shooting story now. yeah. the oakland unified school district remove school resource officers a couple years ago. but with this recent shooting question is, should there be more security on campus are conference? has it dune? has the story? >> babies shooting babies at a school should be shocking. should be troubling. again, it should be immediate call to action. but does that call to action include armed police officers on the campuses of schools in the oakland unified school district. the question comes in the wake of a 13 year-old student being wounded after being shot by a 12 year-old student at james madison. middle school in u.s. de boer director mike hutchinson says he is not in favor of bringing back the school's police department that was disbanded back in 2020. do we want our schools to be the place where there's
armed officers? >> do we want our children to have to experience metal detectors just to get into school? >> these are some some serious questions that we as a community need to address. but i don't think having armed police officers campus is the way i found a mix of used by some oakland city council members on whether or usd should have police presence at schools. any solution. >> any solution that puts more guns in schools. it's out of balance and out of step with our values here in the city of oakland. >> we have a police department as part of the school district is something to definitely consider. i'm not so sure that we want to run back to creating stand-alone police department. >> the middle school shooting took place and councilmember reads district. i think we need to sit down and have a conversation with the parents. what we heard clearly yesterday from parents was that they are disappointed that there's a lack of security and presence at the
school. just understand they made that choice. >> to eliminate the school's boys and don't have anything to build that point. no one is officially asking at this point. but if asked, does opd have the capacity to provide school resource officers usd? >> oakland police officers association, president barry donelan says no. >> not in its current form. we just don't have enough officers to take volume of 9-1-1. calls we've got coming in you as the board director mike hutchinson says school security will likely be one of the subjects discussed at next usd board of education meeting. >> madyun kron. 4 news. >> a rally was held in oakland today calling for an end to the violence. our first and kerman was there and brings us that story. >> i'm standing today with mothers in this community. what grieving? >> following another deadly weekend in oakland, mothers of murdered victims and their advocates gathered outside oakland city hall tuesday to
thank the community not to be complacent and do more to end gun violence. we're here today, mothers and fathers who have lost our children here in the city of oakland to appeal. to charge you as the community to step up. you can't win a game if you never get on the field, it would everybody standing on the sidelines. we will have the same problem. don't pull that that pulled out but test it down. >> think about it because it a moment of rage. you can put yourself in a whole family will suffer and other people suffer generations. >> think before you strike. >> oakland has seen 6 homicides in 4 days. plus the monday shooting of a 13 year-old by a 12 year-old and in east oakland school. some pointed out it's not a matter of more police. you've got 12 year-old and a 13 year-old in distress. >> no amount of policing gone. stop that. we talking about.
let's really talk about what it means to have a whole community, a wholesome community. we're looking for solutions and look looking for people who say those children matter. oakland's police chief, thank the mothers of murdered victims for speaking out and said now. >> the focus should be on mothers and others preventing the next act of violence. we need to implore our family members and friends and those that are connected to us to put down the goods. >> to stop using guns as a way of dealing with every confrontation. every disagreement, everything that you do like you respond with a firearm. do better. our community deserves better. the chief says it's time to start to give the community a break from this violence. >> and to do that, the community itself must start stepping in. dan kerman kron. 4 news. >> that's some breaking news just in. the justice
department says it has uncovered efforts to obstruct its investigation into the discovery of classified records at former president trump's florida estate in a court filing tonight, the justice department says fbi agents have, quote, uncovered multiple sources of evidence indicating that trump and his representatives had failed to fully comply with the subpoena to turn over classified records and that additional classified documents remained at mar-a-lago. this is the most detailed chronology to date of interactions between justice department officials and trump representatives over the presence of sensitive documents at mar-a-lago last week, trump's lawyers asked for the appointment of a special master special, a 3rd party of sorts who would be tasked with reviewing the records taken during the search of trump's florida property on august, 8th, a federal judge is set to hear arguments on that request on thursday. and new tonight at 9, a jury has convicted a former dublin golf instructor
of abuse of a child. my son kim, was found guilty of continuous abuse of a minor as well as 3 additional counts of lewd and lascivious acts on a minor from november of 2014, 2 february of 2018, kim sexually abused one of his young students as their relationship grew over time. kim would drive the victim to and from practice us where he sexually abuse her. kim is set to be sentenced on september 28th. another big story we're following for you tonight. much of california is bracing for the longest and hottest heat wave of the year. so far. >> brutally high temperatures are forecasted to bear down on the region. fueling wildfire concerns inland valley areas expected to bake in triple digit temperatures into the labor day weekend. residents are being urged to take precautions to avoid heat related emergencies, especially if you're exercising outside and to
conserve energy usage. as the electrical grid braces for an increase in air conditioning use throughout the state. now for a check on our 4 zone forecast first chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. here. you've been warning about this. and yeah, it is about upon us. yeah. you know, so far most of summer actually not bad around the bay area. have that on shore breeze. >> kemper temperatures, cool fact. not as many big fires around the state this year, but now we're going to get into some serious heat and this could really be a game-changer as we head into really the hottest month of the season and really the most dangerous time for fires in california. you look toward this model. this is the 6 to 10 day temperature outlook. you can see that big red bull's eye overhead as you head toward the west. and that concludes california. and that means we're looking the part of bill of well above temperatures settling in over the next 6 to 10 days. this is going to be a significant heat wave. probably the biggest we've seen all season long as that ridge starts to build in weather begins to move in. now, the desert southwest and all of a sudden it settles in
over the bay area. going to be very interesting, though, how it breaks down. i think along the coastline, there are still going to be enough of a sea breeze that will keep those temperatures relatively cool up toward the coast should be in the 70's in the 80's along the coastline will be some very nice weather. but then you head away from the coastline just a few miles. you can heat up in a hurry. probably santa clara valley. look at some temperatures moving in to the triple digits this weekend and certainly places in the east county, parts of europe in the triple digits. there's no getting around that. all right. here's the forecast for tomorrow. highs in the valleys will start to heat up a little bit, but you're not all that hot just yet. still, 90's inland. you got 70's and 80's around the bay and 60's along the coastline. watch what happens. those who roll into thursday, all of a sudden everything begins to change. that hot air begins to settle in from the desert. moving into the bay area. start to talk about some triple digit heat in concord in the antioch, seminole maybe morgan healing, gory chicken in triple digits all along the coastline. those temperatures staying relatively cool. so we're talking about heat not
only here, but across most of california, extending into nevada, we've got watches. we've got warnings going up, advisories for that heat all around the bay area. yeah. right now the national weather service posting this as we get into has been extended now till tuesday may get even extend further than that, especially. i think the east bay locations will see that heat kind of settling in here once this ridge builds in. i just think it's going take a long time for to break down. it may be sticking around for a good 5. maybe 7 days of significant heat around the bay area. so, yeah, it is going to be some hot weather ahead. and here we go over the next couple days. this is what we're looking at. triple digit heat, a real possibility in the valleys as we head into thursday. we may just slightly cool on friday, but not by much. but then we really crank up the heat in the holiday weekend 106, 108, 108 degrees in the monday. and by tuesday, we're still talking 106 o all the hot a stretch of the season. so far, guys, back to
you and my far. thank you, lawrence. now to a san mateo assisted living facility that really is at the center of a big controversy tonight. police say. >> a 93 year-old resident there died after she drank dishwashing liquid. this is at the atria park senior living facility. hard to believe. yeah. it rios's to other residents were also taken to the hospital and that all 3 were mistakenly served. the liquid kron four's. rob nesbitt spoke with an elder abuse attorney. he has more on past complaints filed against a tree. 3 residents were taken to the hospital at the in just a dishwashing liquid at the atria park senior living facility. the family of gertrude maxwell telling kron 4 that the 93 year-old died after having severe blisters in her mouth, throat and esophagus. it's unusual because there's 3 people that i know of involved. >> i spoke with elder abuse attorney, katherine stabbed or who has filed 2 lawsuits in the past against the san mateo facility. according to a tree, a parked the residents were
mistakenly served dishwashing liquid as drinking juice. stettner says similar to past lawsuits filed against a tree. a this is a staffing issue. lack of staff, lack of trained staff. >> and i hear just a systemic problem of that facility. that's something this bad would happen. it's just not a one off kind of situation. something's wrong. if something like this happens, maxwell in the other 2 residents suffer from dementia 7 or says that's an important detail because i like nursing homes, assisted living facilities like atria aren't supposed to accept new residents with medical conditions that make them dependent on others and people with dementia many times, you know, are people who require assistance with all of their activities of daily living in their statement. atria says they're conducting their own internal investigation and that the employees involved have been suspended. >> staff may be fired in court settlements awarded stettner says the life altering mistakes made inside assisted living facilities will sadly continue. state of california is going to issue a finding against them asked them to make some changes. okay. but
my experience having done the since 1987 is those changes did not actually make the change. >> rob nesbitt kron, 4 news. the remains of a south. san francisco man's father have been found at the bottom of drought stricken lake mead tom or says in the summer of 2002, his family took a boat out on the lake for a night ride. his father thomas here jumped in. for a swim but quickly started yelling for help. he was unable to be rescued and he's been in the missing persons database for the last 20 years. that changed last week when the coroner's office called tom saying his father's remains have been found. in nearly the same spot where he drowned that summer. right now, the nevada lake is at just 27% of its capacity. hence, the remains found half a dozen bodies have been located since may. the owner of b v electric sent us this video shows a burglary at the store. their owner tells us
about $20,000 worth of products were stolen from the san francisco business. this is near 34th and terrebonne. the parkside district and the outer sunset that includes 3 laptops, a playstation 5 and other small electronics. the snp burglar unit has taken over the investigation. if you recognize any of these people here, you're asked to call san francisco police. to the north bay. now a man has died after he struck by a vehicle on southbound one. 0, one in sausalito. >> happened early this morning just before 4.30, north of spencer avenue, a dodge caravan struck the man who was standing in the roadway. that driver stopped at the scene and cooperated with the investigation. police say impairment does not appear to be a factor in the accident. it's not clear why the man was standing in the roadway. he's not been identified. >> beaten and robbed of her purse. tonight, a 71 year-old woman attacked in vallejo is recovering from her physical injuries. the woman is
philippine american adding to the growing number of elderly members of the aap i community victimized recently by violent criminals can forcefully to call. talked with the victims. stepson has the story. >> since sunday night, 71 year-old an ally of perez has been confined to a hospital bed. well, doctors worked to transition her to physical therapy following her attack in vallejo. she was hit on the back or heads i believe she had a she definitely had a. >> bleeding in her brain at around 7 o'clock that night. dennis perez says his stepmother, his father and 2 of their friends, were headed back home to real this, the after spending the day in san francisco. >> they stopped for dinner at filipino restaurant. jolly be in vallejo. then perez says his step mom walked ahead of the group in the parking lot when they were leaving the restaurant. someone called. >> her purse. >> so she pulled back into playing back and then fell. the hit to the back of her head and then she went down as
says the suspect may have been wearing a white shirt. yes, stolen elliott peres's purse and ran to a nearby getaway car which sped off. >> the family filed a report with police. we're full up. you know, i don't know enough. we don't know enough. >> to know whether to hate crime or not. it was absolutely a cowardly move by some want to get an elderly person. so that. we do know. and that is what's frustrating. the vallejo police department has not responded to our requests for comment on this case. >> philippe djegal all kron. 4 news. >> texas health officials confirm someone has died from monkeypox. it's the first recorded death here in the u.s. officials are reporting that this person, the severely immunocompromised data from the centers for disease control and prevention on the 2022 monkeypox outbreak shows 15 total deaths worldwide. cdc data from monday shows texas has recorded 1600 cases so
far. that's currently the 4th highest count in the country behind california, new york and florida. oakland pride returns this weekend and it's getting help from the white house to combat the spread of and fox. the biden administration announced today plans to send. >> thousands of vaccines still locations holding lgbtqi events, including here in the bay kron four's terisa stasio reports. >> i'm very excited about it. it's it's something i think that the can only has been waiting for for a long time. i see it as a real stepping stone for us in the right direction. >> alright curry is with oakland pride. he is addressing the news announced tuesday of a federal pilot program delivering 2400 additional monkeypox vaccines to upcoming lgbtq. i plus events in the country. those events include oakland pride this sunday and pride fest on september. 11th. >> today's action will boost its great that our response for it's a celebrate
multiplies our supply of effective vaccines. we are going to have on-site vaccinations. >> for corona and monkeypox as well will be providing, though. for us, it's it's a great opportunity for us to really serve our can pride is returning after a two-year pause due to the covid pandemic. >> and curry says his team won't let monkeypox get in the way privacy is going to be some great family fun. >> it's going to be ready to return of our annual festival. the return of us getting together. >> i'm looking at each other representing love, the best of oakland. and we're just all excited and looking forward to it. but science, oakland, vaccines are being sent to other pride events in new orleans and atlanta. >> theresa kron, 4 news. >> coming up, president biden set to deliver a prime-time speech on thursday with his address is expected to touch on and concerning new details about the man who installed hidden cameras in that barry,
street in downtown walnut creek. 54 year-old steven of ellie has been charged with 83 felony misdemeanor charges by the contra costa district attorney. the criminal charges filed just yesterday. our for attempting to produce child. eavesdropping installing a hidden camera and burglary. people in the downtown walnut creek area who come to the starbucks frequently are shocked to find that someone would put a hidden camera in the bathroom. >> that's really crazy. it's really shocking that even a thing. >> especially the couple's children. that's a major of privacy. >> investigators are looking to talk with anyone who was at the starbucks on main street in walnut creek on june. 4th, and july 23rd between the hours of 3.35, in the afternoon. walnut creek police are working with the county crimes against children task force. valley has remained in custody since his arrest last week.
>> still to come on the news at 9, a renewed push to conserve water in california. the tips to help you save. plus, holding social media companies accountable or lease trying to the legislation that is on the governor's desk right now. and when we return, a new report unemployment report is out what it says about the health of the u.s. economy. keep it here. kron. 4 news at 9 continues right news at 9 continues right after this. you might already know that prop 27 taxes and regulates online sports betting to fund real solutions to the homelessness crisis. so how will that new revenue be spent? new housing units in all 58 counties, including: permanent supportive housing, tiny homes communities, project roomkey supportive hotel units... and intensive mental health and addiction treatment.
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>> santa clara county board of supervisors were busy in an all-day meeting where they received an update on the mental health and substance use in the county. and the county declared both issues health crisis at the beginning of the year. and kron four's meant harry explains the county's progress so far and what some of the community members are saying. >> the facility is currently work there's not care and support that we can provide a often in cases in people fall through the cracks when it comes to mental health community members listened in as the santa clara county board of supervisors received an update on the mental health and substance use crisis in the county. >> many people took the opportunity to voice their support for more services here today to support to voice my support for the changes mentioned in supervisor ellenberg. in lee's memo, i urge the board of supervisors to hold the county administration accountable for meeting the needs of people with mental disabilities,
especially in the midst of a recognize mental health and substance use crisis county officials say they're reaching out to the community to try and figure out what is needed it that very we administered a communitywide survey. >> a first of its kind for deployment to find out the general state of our communities, mental health and substance use means the county held. 25 virtual community discussions to get more feedback. >> they say they're still dealing with a shortage of mental health providers and they're working to bring more people into the field to the works, develop a behavioral health profession, public awareness, campaign and leaders say they're also trying to find room in the budget for more competitive salaries and get people credentialed. the supervisors voted in support of monthly update on mental health and substance use of the public crisis and receiving reports related to financial resources of expanding behavioral health system capacities. i'll add formally and to incorporate into the motion that the board will start receiving monthly
reports on the behavioral health continuum of care. they also voted to stop the plan to construct a new 689 million dollar jail. the county's a focus on establishing more mental health and addiction recovery services and instead of spending millions of dollars on a new jail amanda hari kron. 4 news. >> new tonight a bill supporters say will bring help to unhoused people across the state. got one step closer to reaching the governor's desk in a 62 to 2 vote members of the assembly approved senate bill 13. 38 to permit care courts in california. the proposal would allow court ordered treatment plans for unhoused people suffering from severe mental illness or substance use disorders. backers of the bill say the goal is to provide assistance for people who need it. most to help get them off the streets. >> this is a mega step that we're taking today. not think it's the right step. and so again, i want to be able to one sleep at night now will be able sleep at night because we're doing something. nothing
good happens until we make that first step. >> this is the first step. let's make it together. >> opponents including human rights watch came out in strong opposition to the proposal arguing court ordered treatment will not work. they also feel the bill does not do enough to address housing. the legislation must now pass the senate before heading to the governor's desk. time is ticking for lawmakers in the state capitol to get hundreds of bills. in fact, through the legislature and on to the governor's desk before the midnight deadline tomorrow. among the proposals tore the top of the pile legislation related to social media and tech capital correspondent eytan wallace heard from members on both sides of the aisle backing proposals they say will hold major platforms accountable. >> we're talking 2 bills related to social media and tech getting a lot of attention here at the capitol. they received bipartisan support, but some groups say
they're simply too overreaching. it was a busy day inside the california state lawmakers working around the clock to take up and vote on hundreds of bills among them. >> 2 pieces of legislation on social media and tech. the public deserves a basic transparency and accountability from big tech democratic assembly member jesse gabriel of woodland hills joined his colleagues to urge the governor to support ab 5.87 if signed into law. it would require social media companies to publicly disclose their content. moderation policies or said simply how they monitor and filter content appearing on social media. we believe that this is an important step for an important first step in protecting her kids. >> and addressing the spread of extremism, hate and misinformation online supporters of another bill ab 22 73 say that legislation would require online services, quote, likely to be accessed by a child to create regulations to ensure they are age appropriate and have them
conduct a survey looking into the potential risks for users under the age of 18, the legislation would also limit what personal information those sites can share about the users themselves. >> these are not big things to ask this tech companies to step up and do it, but they're necessary things for cuts. >> but opponents argue the legislation is too invasive with the entertainment software association arguing the language of ab 22 73 to target sites that are, quote, likely to be accessed by a child isn't over inclusive standard and would capture far more websites and platforms the necessary and subject them to this bill's requirements. but these legislators say it's time for these bills to become our children deserve it shortly after the press conference, the bills passed the assembly with a large bipartisan majority. they now head to the governor's desk. unclear from him whether he will sign them into law. >> or veto that reporting here inside the california state capitol. a tom wallace kron. 4 news after 3 months of declines. the number of open
jobs here in the u.s. rose in july. at the end of the month, there were. >> 11 point 2 million open jobs available. that's nearly 2 jobs on average for every unemployed person. the latest figures suggest the demand for workers remains hot. on friday. the government will release its monthly jobs report, which is expected to show that 300,000 jobs were added, which is a slowdown from june when hiring topped a half-million, but still a pretty healthy number bill moving forward in the state legislature aims to limit the use of solitary confinement in jails, prisons and detention facilities. that's when an inmate is l sometimes for months on end our kron four's ella sogomonian is in the newsroom to left. >> because it's called the california mandela act in the state senate passed with majority support just yesterday i spoke with a woman who was confined alone in a california jail when she was 19 years old and she is applauding the decision. >> vanessa ramos says she was
put through solitary confinement ball detoxing and suffering from postpartum depression in an la county jail 20 years ago. >> that rule >> my paranoia. cars rule tough. still live with, you know, post traumatic stress. >> being a young mom. >> i'm not knowing where my bill was stressful. the talks saying in that environment was also its >> harsh, solitary confinement beams being kept in a cell about the size of a parking spot for nearly 24 hours at a time, the american journal of public health founded being kept alone in a cell for a long time increases the risk of self-harm and even more aggression, nonprofit immigrant defense advocates reports this is still commonly practiced in california jails,
prisons and detention facilities. ramos is now a prison reform advocate with disability rights, california. i needed. >> karen needed mental health care needed health care. and and and i didn't i didn't have that. and it's sad to say that, you know, 21 years later, you know, we're still in the same place. the group has backed assembly bill. 26 32. >> to clearly define solitary confinement and stop the use for certain people. this week, the california senate voted in its favor if signed by governor gavin newsom. it would ban solitary confinement for vulnerable populations, including individuals with disabilities, pregnant women, youth and the elderly. it would also prohibit long-term solitary segregated confinement by limiting the time spent in confinement to no more than 15 consecutive days or 20 days in total in any 60 day period as well as require facilities. to keep clear records on the use of
solitary confinement in order to provide public transparency. in any bay area county jails started only isolating inmates when they are violent. and when before it could have been something minor like just talking back. >> and instead shifted toward rewarding good behavior. it's now up to the governor to make a b. 26 32, a new law in the newsroom. ella sogomonian kron. 4 news. thank you, ella. still ahead on kron 4 news at 9. the last leader of the soviet union, mikhail gorbachev. >> has died. we'll take a look back at his life and we come back. longest heatwave of summer header away the hottest temperatures to the air quality. >> well, we're going to suffer lot as well. we'll talk more lot as well. we'll talk more about that coming up next. i'm bringing back two of my fan favorites, french toast sticks and my former employee mark hamill.
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international peace. he died in moscow. gorbachev was 91. in national news tonight, president biden will address the nation in a primetime speech thursday night. >> the white house says it's speech will be quote, the continued battle for the soul of the nation. that's the catch phrase here. throughout the 2020 presidential campaign, president will give his remarks in front of the independence hall in philadelphia. the speech comes a week after the president returned to the campaign trail with fiery comments aimed at the gop and trump loyalist. his remarks are expected to touch on the progress the nation has made so far and how rights and freedoms are under attack. >> next in sports, everybody loves a good insurance policy. but who wants a kardashian esque reality show in your locker room. head coach kyle shanahan explains why keeping jimmy g came as a shock to his team. jason new in sports are next.
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call the barnes firm now to find out. you might be surprised. what's the difference between prop 26 and prop 27? 26 is a money grab that doesn't guarantee a cent for non-gaming tribes. 27 requires 15% of all state revenues go to non-gaming tribes. the choice is clear. yes, on 27. >> and now kron 4 sports. >> after dropping their 5th straight loss last night to the padres and falling 8 and a half games back in that wild card race. the giants they're running out of time for a playoff pushes. the whale was are just closing in tonight. they're back at it for 8 game 2 say against san diego and
right now more of the same. giants are down 4 to nothing can't muster up any offense. kylen mills is out there at the park will have a live report from her. >> in the 10 o'clock hour, hopefully they can turn it around, but i would not hold my breath. >> the a's they're looking for their 3rd straight win. they have a better record than the giants since the all-star break. top of the 3rd, we've got a tie game to offer tony kemp. he slaps that one. fair down. the first base line 2 runs come on in to score slides safely into 3rd. and just like take billy top of the 5th oakland up, byron bases loaded for sean murphy. it. and sean has left the building. that is a grand slam in pad. the lead to 5 days go on to win 10 to 6 game 2 tomorrow. all righty. the
neverending saga of the quarterbacks and san francisco. we've been waiting for over a half a year to find out just where jimmy garoppolo would end up. now, we know. >> and going anywhere and we have a better understanding of how that came to be in a conference call today with john lynch and kyle shanahan. the pair explained that they started chatting about the idea of keeping jimmy on the team about a month ago. but neither expected the pieces will fall into place. they knew they couldn't keep garoppolo on that price tag he was on 24 million dollars. but the idea of having him as a backup with a strong starting pedigree. it was undeniably attractive. so when it was clear that no starting jobs would come to fruition in the near future gras float agree they are restructured that deal and stay in town. >> we're always clear me that him salary, cap wise and stuff in a backup and supporting
tray and that and it's out work for him. no brainer for us. we just i think the chances of that are happening where we're going to happen and it ended up being that way and so it was all said and done even though is pretty shocking. we got was a win-win for both sides. >> all right. that is your look at sports. back to you guys. >> 6 jason turning out of the drought, water regulators from around the bay area are gathering to urge conservation when it comes to outdoor lawns and gardens shy out their crown for charles clifford takes us to freeman. he has details on some of the recommendations being made. >> well, it has been months since california has seen significant rainfall out of the grass is brown like you see right behind me here. and as we head into what could be the hottest part of our summer. officials are asking people to save as much water as possible with california on the verge of what could be a record-setting heat wave. the leaders of some of the bay area's largest water districts
and the california natural resources agency are asking everyone. >> to save water. they're encouraging people to use water, saving tools, such as low flow, shower heads and hose nozzles and reduce outdoor water irrigation. they say that long-range forecasts show that california could be headed for another dry winter that the best time to prepare is now. we all know that we're with in the 3rd year now. >> of a severe drought. throughout california and the west. and so we all need to be doing those things that conserve water august september, our months of heavy water usage, hot temperatures thirsty landscapes. we are asking californians to take advantage of these programs that you've heard about here today. too. make your home's make your yards more water efficient and take care to reduce water usage wherever you can. >> what are officials are also asking people to consider removing grass lawns in favor of drought-tolerant garden. any water districts offer
rebates and grants that can help pay for that transition. >> that's the very latest here in fremont charles clifford kron. 4 news >> limiting water use important all year round, but especially so now and we have such a fire issues there's nothing worse, right? you have the drought heat. the only thing that could make it much worse is an offshore wind event right, lawrence? yeah, i mean, that's really the dangerous wind event. the bay area's. when we get those dry offshore winds and sometimes you get those wind event. >> where you get 60 some 70 mile an hour winds rolling down some local mountains and of course, everything so dry, get a spark to get fired. extremely dangerous condition. now we've got way this is going primary thing for the fire season and we're headed in the really that dangerous part of the season where we watch out for these offshore wind events which are common at this time of year out there tonight, we're looking some patchy fog developing in the bay that showing you that we've gotten on shore breeze
blowing right now. air quality, though, that's not going to be good in this heat wave. you get a big dome of high pressure, kind of compressing all the plume right now near the surface. you're not going to see much mix in the atmosphere even though we'll have a sea breeze. i think still may be only along the coastline, but otherwise you're looking at some poor air quality right now. you're looking to moderate amounts of blues in oakland and berkeley into fairfield. otherwise you're starting to see that sea breeze has refresh some of the year. but as we get down the road in this heat wave, you're not going to see as much mixing. so tomorrow. i think we're going to see that haze in our skies again, the north bay, the east bay and the south bay, the coastal looking good out over san francisco right now. skies are still mostly clear outside. we do have a couple patches of fog flirting with the coastline. some of that moving inside the bay. the temperatures still very nice inland. 69 in concord, 69 in pittsburgh. 61 in san rose right now. cool. 58 in the pacific at 57 point race. but here we go. we've some clouds begin to gather along the coastline. you see that little swirl in the atmosphere that's going to
kind of kick on through as we head through the day tomorrow. and then once that moves by the temperatures are going to really start to warm up around the really others. yet the stormy weather down, of course, mississippi in the flooding there. but temperatures shown up at 87 degrees in dallas. but get you out west. you see the desert but that desert air and that gives you a good idea. what's headed our way. that ridge of high pressure that's building in toward the bay area 188 barstow for tomorrow 111 and death valley 103 in bakersfield 107 in phoenix. all this air. they're starting to slide back toward the bay area. that's what's coming our way. and that's going to be a long heat wave. temperatures, a plan on lot of 60's in the san francisco. no big heat wave tomorrow. i think we've got to wait for at least another day. but then after that, things begin to change, temperatures are going to soar tomorrow afternoon. probably some 90's. well inland and then we're going to start to see the real heat kick in the next couple of days. those temperatures soaring triple digits by thursday. i think on saturday and sunday into labor day, we're talking about a
10608 degrees and this kind of situation, this kind of rich sitting overhead, we might even see some temperatures soar place like vacaville 11013 degrees. wow. as we head throughout the whole day. all right. so we have won't one day of rest. but before one thing that and then it looks like it wants to cool down for about 7 days. it could be a long way away. all right. thanks for the heads up. okay. coming up, artificial being used to detect swimming pools will tell you why. >> when kron, 4 news at 9 returns.
>> some are they be catching up to some people in france who have been less than forthcoming because the french government is now using ai to spot undeclared swimming pools and they're taxing those homeowners. hang with me. in france, housing taxes are calculated based on the properties rental value. and that means homeowners who have not been declaring their private pools are avoiding paying hundreds of dollars a year in additional taxes. the project to spot the secret pools now using artificial intelligence started last october. and in less than a year, the french government has collected more than 10 million dollars in additional taxes that now they say they should have been no, no, no. it's just the big bats. we tell it's a big bathtub. this not a okay.
well, get in. grown for news at night, but we still. >> a lot coming up next. our guests, ken and pam are here now with a look at what's coming up next on kron. 4 news at 10 o you guys are be honest. apparently they found about 20,000 swimming pools from satellite photos in an artificial intelligence is easy to spot. >> went out and verify them set. you said he didn't have a swimming pool and there it is busted as anything that all right. grant thank you both. coming up next at 10 o'clock, oakland community leaders calling for action to end the violence in their city. their plea tonight to all oakland residents, regardless of where you live. plus, the state assembly has approved a measure that would limit the use of solitary confinement in jails, prisons and detention centers. we're going hear from a woman who lived through that when she was only 19 years old and much of the bay area bracing for some extreme heat for the labor day weekend. our
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