tv KRON 4 News at 10 KRON July 1, 2018 10:00pm-11:00pm PDT
(jrstone) now at 10 -- much of the bay area under a seemingly yellow sky today due mainly to the wildfire in yolo county that has burned thousands of acres. these are pictures that you sent to us today. residents say they saw ash on cars in the east bay, north bay, peninsula, and san francisco.(jrstone) good evening and thank you for joining us tonight i'm jr stone. justine waldman has the night off. we dive right into our coverage tonight with gayle ong, who is live in san francisco with a look at how residents are reacting to the fires.gayle.? just like many people in the
bay area,people woke up to ashes on their cars this morning, but some had no idea what it was..but it's a talker.. a smoke advisory has been issued because of the wild firesthe air quality forecast moderate.while you were sleeping, it was apparently raining ash the fires in yolo and lake counties are so severe,ash is making its way onto cars in downtown san francisco you can see the sky so gloomy coupled with the fog sunday morning - people describing the scene an eerie picture to wake up topaule tte beres lives in south san francisco, she noticed the dust on her car as she was heading to church
crews heading straight to the wildfire from esparto on sunday ...donna harden (off cam)"flames, a lot of smoke and flames"the view in daylight a bit different from saturday night -- this is viewer video sent to kron4 -- showing the county fire building and growing in size. 29 crews in 110 fire engines in addition to pilots were out in full force on sunday working to contain this 22- thousand acre fire greg bobbitt, guindai think in a couple of hours we are going to get real smokeygreg bobbitt is biking around guinda ... getting as close as he can -- checking to make sure his family and his home remain safe.greg bobbitt, guindawe were on our way back from vacaville yesterday on 505 when the smoke at about 230 in the afternoon and thought it was uss michelle kingston, mkingstonnews"with just a quick shift in wind direction we went from not being able to even smell the fire to being surrounded by smoke"donna
harden (off cam)it's coming back this way it was just over the mountain and now seeing the flames on the top and see them just coming down505 and california 16 west now covered in smoke making it difficult for drivers ...and unfortunately the firefighters are stuck battling these flames in triple digit heat and strong winds.in guinda michelle kingston kron 4 news a cooling trend a cooling trend will continue through mid week as onshore flow continues and an upper trough moves through the bay area. expect a few degrees of cooling to near or slightly below average highs. tracking low 60s-70s along the coast and mid 70s-80s inland. below seasonal average temperatures are expected on independence
(jrstone) it's been a couple of days since the massive grassfire in concord sparked.. but officials say the danger is far from over. investigators have said that they believe that the fire was likely caused by a car backfiring.. kron 4's hermela aregawi spoke to fire officials and has more. grassy areas like this one and some like this one grassy areas and some public parks in the concord area are
closed..as firefighters work to make sure the fire stays out using equipment to manipulate the ground.. and put down some barrierssteve aubert/contra costa county fire deptwhat they will do, and they'll come in and they'll take sections of land and they put the dozer and we actually push the dirt and dry grass all the way up and bring it back down to fresh dirt.we generally try to go for 30 foot firebreaks when we create those. that way when the fire does burn up to that line that's pretty much where it stops. in the high winds situation like we were discussing, that;s where it becomes a little trickier. you can make a very large firebreak but those embers will still c linemeanwhile officials are reminding peleeas don't light anything in public open spaces. don't throw your ciour vehicle and don't drive on dry grass. steve aubert/contra costa county fire depttypically we have high heat, high winds, and very low humidity. those are the perfect condition that get a fire going greatly, very large, very quick. so that's where you really need to start taking precautions. such as if you are gonna bate your
property, mow a lawn, anything along those lines that involves that dry grass, nothing done after 10 oclock in the morning. that's when the moisture content is pretty much evaporated for the rest of the day, and there's nothing left to help you actually protect yourself. (hermela aregawi)firefighters say.. it's also important for people to call in a fire quickly.they say.. they are ready to put flames out as quickly as possible.they tell us that approach is what kept friday's fire from getting to houses.reporting in concord hermela aregawi kron 4 news (jrstone) san francisco police continue to search for the suspect or suspects involved in a triple shooting in the mission district that killed one and left two others injured. kron 4's sara stinson brings us an update on the two victims condition from sf general. he two gunshot victims brought here to sf general and are now recovering in critical are now recovering in critical condition. happened at around 8:45 last night on the 2100 block of hen s-f-p-d
arrived they found three people with bullet wounds. epite life saving efforts - one person died at the scene. hile the other two transported here to sf e spoke to one man who was there at the time of the shooting - he says sadly this has become a common occurance in the mission. take sot:"i was walking home after having dinner with a friend. we saw activity.i said well that's pretty normal actually. this is a block where literally anything can happen at all hours of the day."this is the everyday reality for those who live in parts of the mission district.and almost nothing shocks me anymore." wo weeks ago we covered fatal double shooting on 24th e still don't know if a suspect was arrested in an francisco police have not confirmed what the circumstances are of this triple shooting and if it may hat is something will have to n san francisco, sara stinson, kron 4 news.###
(jrstone) in the east bay... police are investigating a homicide in el sobrante. it happened last night in a parking lot near sobrante avenue and valley view road. officers arrived and found a victim suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. that victim was later pronounced dead at the scene. his identity has not been publicly released. (jrstone) happening today -- the golden gate bridge is more expensive to cross. the toll increased by 25 cents. the hike means some drivers will pay up to 8 bucks to travel from the north bay to san francisco. there could be even more increases on the horizon. because the golden gate bridge district is facing a nearly 4- million dollar deficit this fiscal year and tolls are the main source of revenue for the district. (jr stone) tesla is putting its money where its c-e-o's mouth is.... elon musk promised to build a more affordable car at a rate of 5 thousand per week by the end
of june... and he emailed his employees this morning to congradulate them for accomplishing that goal. the e-mail was reported by the website electrek and the company confirmed it's real. the compact model 3 car is designed to transition tesla from a niche manufacturer to a mainstream automaker. (jrstone) in world news tonight -- retaliatory tariffs imposed by canada went into effect today the canadian government has confirmed that it has imposed tariffs on u-s exports worth more than 12 billion dollars u-s. they are designed to be proportional, based on the amount of steel and aluminum canada shipped to the u-s last year. more than 40 u-s steel products are now subject to tariffs of 25-percent. and a tax of 10-percent has been levied on over 80 other american items including toffee, maple syrup, coffee beans and strawberry jam.
u-s tariffs against canadian steel and aluminum went into effect on june first. canada was the largest exporter of steel to the united states by value in 2017. (jrstone) coming up -- a rocket bursted into flames just seconds after liftoff and it was all caught on camera. how this wasn't the first time the launch failed. (jrstone) and -- as our community deals with fast moving wildfires in the bay area -- residents in iowa are facing major flooding in their neighborhoods. details on the damage left behind... after the break. (jrstone) and we'll break down the new rules marijuana shops across california are following starting today -- right after the break.
(jrstone) marijuana shops across california are cutting prices on many products... in advance of new, tougher state rules going into effect today. the price of is being deeply for example.. there are signs all over the harvest dispensary in san francisco... showing the sale prices.... starting today stricter testing guidelines will be going into effect.... to screen marijuana for molds, microbials and other
chemicals... and while there are deals to be had now .... the owner of this dispensary thinks ... the new state screening could result in a bottleneck after today. some products on dispensary shelves are being discounted because their packaging will not meet new child resistant and tamper resistant standards which go into affect the same day. (jrstone) the f-d-a approved the first prescription drug derived from marijuana... it's called epidiolex... and it will come in a syrup form. it is intended to treat severe seizures in children caused by two rare forms of epilepsy. kron 4's gabe slate spoke with the epilepsy foundation
of northern california...which hopes this will be the miracle drug... the fda approved the first prescription drug derived from marijuana today. epidiolex, is the name of the new drug that will come in a syrup form.it's made from a purified ingredient in cannabis called cbd oil.it is intended to treat severe seizures in children caused by two rare forms of epilepsy. kron 4's gabe slate spoke with the epilepsy foundation of northern california who said thousands of parents they work with are hoping this will be the miracle drug that will end the daily seizures their kids suffer.:00-:10 carlos quesada - cco, epilepsy foundation of northern california "there are over 180,000 people in northern california suffering from epilepsy so anything we can do to help we will" carlos quesada - is cco of the epilepsy foundation of northern california based in oakland. he said there are thousands of pareng cannabis :00-:10 carlos quesada - cco, epilepsy foundation of northern california "well from our point of view any new options i can become a tool for a doctor to stop a seizure is always welcome if we can stop one child from stopping a seizure because of a new option that is good news " carlos says the epilepsy foundation has parents here asking all the time if cbd oil, derived from marijuana, could help their kids. there has been several national news stories about parents exploring the treatment and
it's worked. but until now it's been illegal carlos says anyone trying this treatment needs to make sure it's under a doctor's watch. :00-:10 carlos quesada - cco, epilepsy foundation of northern california as long as these new options are managed and watched by a respected neurologist or epileptologist then these options could be good" in oakland gabe slate kron 4 news106 bit 3 sot - ross video - audio afv: default gs pkg 9.mxfblanka 00801818 ó00-10 00801821 ### carlos quesada ### coo, epilepsy foundation of northern california00801819 ### fda approves first cannabis-based drug ### the bay area's local news station the fda approved the first prescription drug derived from marijuana today.epidiolex, is the name of the new drug that will come in a syrup form.it's made from a purified ingredient in cannabis called cbd oil.it is intended to treat severe seizures in children caused by two rare forms of epilepsy.kron 4's gabe slate spoke with the epilepsy foundation of northern california who said thousands of parents they work with will be the that will end seizures their quesada - cco, foundation of california 180,000 people in california epilepsy so do to help we will" quesada - is epilepsy northern based in he said there of parents having daily want all treatments even those cannabis quesada - cco, foundation of california point of view any become a tool for seizure is always can stop one stopping a of a new option " the epilepsy has parents the time if cbd from could help their kids. several stories about exploring the it's worked. it's been carlos says this treatment sure it's under watch. quesada - cco, foundation of california new options are watched by a neurologist or then these good" gabe slate kron 4 news (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist mabrisa rodriguez. a cooling trend will continue through mid week as onshore flow continues and an upper
trough moves through the bay area. expect a few degrees of cooling to near or slightly below average highs. tracking low 60s-70s along the coast and mid 70s-80s inland. below seasonal average temperatures are expected on independence day before another warming trend begins late this week and into the coming weekend.
(jrstone) happening now... residents in iowa are recovering after historic rainfall fell late last night -- killing one. des moines received six to eight inches of rain in a 12 hour period, causing flash floods. police say the victim was swept stalled on the road. the flooding was soissued a flash f for two counties. the floods caused multiple evacuations and even a house
explosion after a gas line ruptured. more rain is expected to hit the area later this week. (jrstone) in national news.... a rocket bursted into flames just seconds after liftoff and it was all caught on camera. it happened in japan yesterday. you can see the rocket take off -- but moments later it comes crashing down. luckily, there was no one on board and no injuries were reported. the rocket was developed by interstellar technologies inc. another attempt last july also failed. if successful, the launch would have been japan's first privately developed rocket to reach outer space. (jrstone) coming up -- the story behind the video that went viral out of florida -- tonight we'll hear from the man clinging for his life on the hood of this car. (jrstone) and -- california representative maxine waters making headlines for addressing the death threats shes been getting.
(jrstone) california representative maxine waters addressed the death threats she's been receiving while speaking at a "keep families together" rally in los angeles saturday. waters made it clear she is not intimidated by the threats. waters says she's been getting harassed after she called for protesters to confront trump administration officials in public over the policy of
family separation. she was forced to cancel a pair of events in alabama and texas this week after what was described as a "very serious death threat." (jrstone) a woman in florida was arrested sunday after police say she drove 15 miles down the interstate with a man on the hood. the incident apparently started after the woman behind the wheel got into an argument with her on-again-off-again boyfriend over the car that they own together. patresha isidore jumped in the vehicle, and he jumped on the hood trying to stop her. a frightening ride on interstate 95 ensued with speeds uto miles an hour.t calling 9-1-1 from the hood of the car.
want to press charges against isidore, as the pair have a child together. (jrstone) the 'dancing doctor' isn't a doctor anymore... at least for now. windell boutte gained national attention when videos of her singing and dancing while performing surgical procedures surfaced. she shared those videos on youtube and said the patients asked for them and even selected the songs she performed to. georgia's medical board suspended her medical license friday for at least two and a half years. during that time, she's not allowed to refer to herself as doctor or practice medicine in any way. at least one patient has said she did not give consent to be shown on video during surgery.(jrstone) up next - colorful smoke across the north and east bay. we'll hear from residents who dealt
with what all that smoke left behind right after the break. (mabrisa)a look at your forecast coming up... (jrstone) (jrstone) and a program reminder... be sure to tune into our special 4th of july show. we will cover fireworks shows from concord, san rafael, san jose and san francisco. it's the only 4th of july fireworks show in the bay area that's televised live. the fun starts wednesday... july 4th right here on kron 4.
bay area air quality management district. the napa sky glowed in amber tones saturday night as a layer of thick smoke from the pawnee and county fires made it's way south driven by wind. sot: jonathan jacoby, napa resident// "very smokey, as the sun was going down it was orange all over the place. a little eerie, with last year's memory. it was bizzarre, it was solemn it was quiet and you could see where it was coming from over at lake berryessa."the orange haze could be seen in concord and pleasanton where the air quality dropped to moderate. over in nearby el sobrante more people woke up to their backyards covered in ash... sot:terra crowl, el sobrante resident// "there's some ash here on the table from this morning was a weird tinge of sepia and overcast. my car this morning i had the windows open and on the inside i jsut had the ash covering my seats so we're definitely experiencing that over here." flakes of ash fell further down more than 80 miles away
from the fire zones to cars in berkeley too.sot: jacob vanleween, berkeley resident// "we looked at the sun and it looked like doomsday this huge haze was up in the sky and the sun looked like a laser beam in the sky so we knew something was up."bay area air quality management district advises people who see or smell smoke to close their windows, turn on air conditioning that recirculates, head to a cooling center or cool place like a mall or library, and limit strenuous activity outdoors.for kron 4 news i'm ella sogomonian. (jrstone) in santa rosa -- volunteers have reunited about 300 cats that were left behind when wildfires burned through wine country in october. the sonoma and napa fires pet rescue and reunification group was trapping about 20-so called fire cats each week in the months following the fires that killed dozens of people and destroyed thousands of homes. most of the
reunited fire cats were caught near the sites of their homes. the group has reunited the animals with their families through facebook groups. (live) taking a live look outside taking a live look outside at san francisco's embarcadero.... (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist mabrisa rodriguez. a cooling trend will continue through mid week as onshore flow continues and an upper trough moves through
a tour boat explosion in the bahamas saturday. ten people were injured. royal bahamas police force said ten tourists and two locals were on board when an engine exploded. the boat was engulfed in flames. four americans were airlifted to a hospital in florida. the others -- including the boat's captain -- were treated locally. the cause of the explosion is under investigation. (jrstone) now take a look at this -- a dust cloud all the way from the sahara desert blew into houston. the dust was so thick -- it sparked a health warning. it stretched some 5-thousand miles across two continents and the atlantic ocean. the dust cloud could cause some respiratory issues, especially for the elderly, children, and pets. this isn't that uncommon of a phenomenon. it's a seasonal cycle that can make its way to texas during the early summer months. (jrstone) coming up -- the box office numbers are in!
two new movies opened with pretty solid numbers this weekend... we'll break down how they did -- after the break. (jrstone) and -- a new father shifts his social media message from the fun of his newborn baby... to the more somber message of the depression facing his wife.. ( ♪ ) your heart doesn't only belong to you. child: bye, grandpa!
and if you have heart failure, entrusting your heart to entresto may help. entresto is a heart failure medicine that helps improve your heart's ability to pump blood to the body. in the largest heart failure study ever, entresto was proven superior at helping people stay alive and out of the hospital compared to a leading heart failure medicine. don't take entresto if pregnant. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto with an ace inhibitor or aliskiren, or if you've had angioedema with an ace or arb. the most serious side effects are angioedema, low blood pressure, kidney problems, or high blood potassium. ask your doctor about entresto. and help make more tomorrows possible. entresto, for heart failure. (jrstone) depression
and suicide are real problems affecting people all around the world ... inlcluding a famous youtuber in tampa, florida. he told his 200 -thousand followers ... that he almost lost his wife to most often, la guardia cross makes people laugh - posting funny "new father chronicles" videos about parenting his amah, 3, and naye youtube and on the today parenting team. but in his most recent video, the florida
dad shares the story of his wife leah's depression and the suicidal thoughts that recently led to her treatment at a mental health facility. "i've been trying to record this a few times," cross says in the video. "basically, i really came close to losing my wife last week." cross says on a recent date night, leah, who has dealt with depression for several years, opened up to him about her mental health struggles. "we were talking and the truth just started to spill out - how she really was doing. she was losing hope." they tried to contact her psychiatrist, but couldn't get a call back. the following day, cross realized this was an emergency. "all hope was gone - from her face, in her words," said cross. "she was already starting to plan the end... all i knew was my wife was planning her end and telling me about it, and if i didn't do anything i may not see her tomorrow." he debated what was the right thing to do, and ultimately cross helped leah check into a hospital, where she was treated for several days before being released. "she's on a new set of medications that seem to be the best fit for her," cross told today parents. "she's no longer in a dark and hopeless place, and she's able to think clearer and more rationally...we're taking it one day at a time." related: 6 symptoms of depression you should never ignore hard to see his wife hit by the stigma of depression - both as a woman
and an african-american. "in general, if we don't deal with depression ourselves or have someone extremely close ignorance will said cross. to the african-community, it's a and religion. say, 'you don't complain. you've we're all religion can be a force of 'where's really believed, you wouldn't be there's many that get that this some still hold on being the result of a lack of faith." (jrstone) that was jana jones reporting. coming upi didn't give you the authorization to be filmed i'm going to show you an intersection with so much going on. you really have to see it to believe it! so put down both your phones grab your scooter and hold on in the next edition of people behaving badly (jrstone) driving
see just about anything. people speeding, whipping in and out of lanes... and of course crashes.stanley roberts found one intersection in the city..where anything goes .. in this edition of people behaving badly. .. i'm about to show you one crazy intersection in san francisco traffic sound but first a disclaimer. if you don't want to participate in this segment you are free to back out now (traffic sounds) is he gone yet? let's give him a few more seconds ok were were we in didn't give you the authorization to be filmed oh not that again! anyway may i
suggest that anyone with a cite book head down to the intersection of 4th and bryant right by the shell station where the gas is well north of the 4 dollar mark and the construction of the new muni line is under way (traffic sound)you will see some very unsafe driving practices for example watch the black shuttle bus it's in the right turn only lane but somehow the bus will end up going straight thank goodness the bus was empty.. (traffic sounds)if you think that was a one time event.. i hate to break this to you but it happens pretty often like this white suv (traffic sounds)drivers use the right turn lane to bypass traffic exiting highway 101 at 4th street the last exit before the bay bridge but wait there's more see this no left turn sign on 4th it might as well be invisible. because so many drivers ignore the signs (traffic sounds) the next thing you know people will be driving around with cell phones in both hand and no that is not a self driving car (traffic sounds) someone even painted there very own right turn only markings on the street now back to the drivers leaving the off rampso many drivers don't seem to understand the meaning of lines and arrows all they know is that is where i need to be who cares if it causes a crash when the central muni line is completed i'm curious
how this will all turn out because right now it's a hot mess in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news and we begin with a headline that revamps and shakes up the entire nba. news that was widely speculated became a reality tonight... as reports surfaced lebron james will be signing with the los angeles lakers. this time around no espn special or long for sports illustrated story... just a press release, that came down around 5-15 this evening. the agreement is for a reported 4-years and 154- million-dollars... he 4-time nba mvp... 3-time finals mvp... 14-time all-star... and two-time olympic gold medalist heading out west after spending his entire 15-year career in the east east with cleveland,
miami, and then cleveland again. the 33-year-old has made 8-straight nba finals...the last four of which have all been against the warriors. now we see who else they'll recruit...as there are rumblings the lakers will go after kawhi leonard in a trade with the and the dominoes are already starting to fall.. as hours after the lebron news came out, the lakers agreed to a deal with javale mcgee. the two-time n-b-a champion and golden state's spark off the bench is reportedly going to l-a on a one year contract. no details of the deal have been revealed yet earlier this week... mcgee said he wanted to retire with the warriors in other sports news, the giants continue to attack in the dog days of summer. --giants-diamondbacks in arizona. the first overall pick of the nba draft deandre ayton threw out the first pitch. --bad injury news for the giants early on. 3rd inning, pablo sandoval..takes a pitch right to his left elbow. the panda wod game.. but x-rays came
would load up the bases... austin slater, next man up at the dish...slaps a single down to right... a run comes home giants take a 3-2 lead. --in the 5th, giants with 2 on, hunter pence..he's figured something out with his swing... ropes one down left field line... both runs come home... giants lead 7-3. and starting to pull away. --bottom of the 9th, zona got within 3 runs and tried to make something happen. will smith in for relief after mark melancon put 2 on. smith...saves the day...gets jake lamb to whiff...only his 2nd save as a giant. the a's have been a hot streak, while also staying cool. root beer float day at the coliseum hundreds of fans got up early to go to the event president, dave kaval was serving some floats vida blue and rickie henderson were also taking pictures with fans bad day on the field... a's down 3-1. francisco lindor smashes a solo shot down left field 21st home run of the
year... tied for fourth in the american league goes 3-for- 4... 2 r-b-i... and 4 runs things fell apart for the a's in the eighth josh lucas replaces chris hatcher with the bases loaded michael brantley hits a single to right... the ball goes under matt olson's glove the tribe scores 8 runs in the inning... hatcher is responsible for four a's get destroyed 15-3. with germany out of the world cup spain heavy favorites to win the tournament russia hoping to shock the world in the round of 16 spain were knocked out by the host nation in 2002 and 1986. after 120 minutes we went to p-k's deny chreyshev gets pass david de gea... russia up 4-3 igor akinfeev will never have to buy a beer in russia iago aspas for spain... akinfeev uses his foot for the save russia reach the quarterfinals for the first time since 1970 (jrstone)(jrstone) in
entertainment news -- two new movies opened with big numbers at the weekend box office, but they didn't come close to the reigning champ. david daniel has the top five. "ocean's eight" fell to fifth place, making off with eight-million dollars for a domestic total of 115-million. "uncle drew" hit the court in fourth place: the basketball comedy opened with 15-and-a- half million dollars. "sicario: day of the soldado" was the top new movie, earning 19-million dollars to debut third.(nat) "we have to stop this thing before it gets to the overpass!""i'll try to keep it away from the buildings!""incredibles two" stayed in second place. the animated sequel made 45- and-a-half million dollars, giving it 440-million in total domestic grosses.(nat) "lava! lava! lava! lava!""deep breaths, franklin."for the second straight weekend, "jurassic world: fallen kingdom" took the top spot and it wasn't even close! 60- million dollars gave the thriller a 10-day domestic total of 265-million. in
at at&t, we believe in access. the opportunity for everyone to explore a digital world. connecting with the things that matter most. and because nothing keeps us more connected than the internet, we've created access from at&t. california households with at least one resident who receives snap or ssi benefits
but check out this new observation deck that has people freaking out. the glass deck and its connecting bridge opened thursday in southern china. the views are stunning, but some people are having a hard time handling the height. the deck is six hundred and sixty-two feet high and suspended over a valley and a massive water fall. the skywalk is considered to be the world's biggest and highest glass construction.
if you are one of the millions of americans who suffer from muscle cramps in your legs or feet, relief is finally in sight. hi, i'm dr. drew pinsky. and today i'm here to share some news that got me excited when i first heard about it. it's called theraworx relief. this life-changing product is clinically proven to quickly relieve the discomfort of muscle cramps and also prevent muscle cramps before they start. now the word breakthrough gets tossed around easily these days, but theraworx relief is the real deal. more than a game changer, this is a life changer. people love it. i have suffered from leg and feet cramps from--for over 40 years.