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>>now to 5 near triple digit temperatures for parts of the bay area today and what is likely the hottest day of the week you can see here. it is still quite hot at this hour, thanks for joining us at 5 o'clock everybody i'm grant lotus. >>and i you have the aca's yes. one today, but cooler temps could be heading our way let's go and check in with our chief meteorologist lawrence karnow he joins us live from the kron 4 dekel or so looking good out there. >>yeah, you know it's actually very comfortable right here in san francisco, but in other parts the bay area can say that in fact for about the last week or so they've been sitting in temperatures in the
90's. finllly seeing some changes coming away look behind me right now you see that little finger of fog beginning to sneak inside the bay. it's only a few 100 feet thick outside, but that could be a sign that that sea cooling win is starting to kick in and we're going to see more of that fothoutside the temperatures. it is hot away from the coastline. you had to some of the valley's now and you're still in the 90's into livermore in concord pleasanton dublin. blackhawk unite made in those areas are sees a very hot temperatures and even some triple digit heat all the way into fairfield in the central valley as the hot weather just kind of sticking around in the hot spots away from the coast. those areas that you're not seeing that sea breeze now we are seeing some changes on the satellite picture. that's where that ridge of high pressure that's been bringing the heat. well it's starting to weaken a little bit and look down to the south that is remnants of a former tropical storm may be evil some of that moisture is actually going to
start to push him toward the bay area. it's still going to be hot spots tomorrow. but you know what it's going to start to feel a little muggy outside little tropical feel to it as we're going to that moisture moving up from evil so tomorrow. another hot day maybe slightly cooler will what we had today still some odd 90's in some of the interior valleys. you'll see those numbers still cool out along the coastline enough of the sea breeze and that patchy fog lingering at the beaches. keep those temperatures much cooler outside, but we are going to notice some changes in the coming days, temperatures are going to begin to drop further and further tomorrow. yeah, you'll feel that muggy air making its way making its way on through but yeah it looks like those temperatures dropping off and don't forget. we have the unofficial end of summer coming our way it looks like a cooling trend kicking into gear. we'll have more on your holiday your labor day forecast coming up, it just a few minutes right now guys, i'm enjoying that nice cool fog and that ocean breeze blowing right here in the bay area. so yeah, it looks like we are going to see some nice
weather had guys but it's going to take a while for all of that to begin to cool down tomorrow going to be another hot day in spots inland and then it looks like those temperatures we'll begin to drop around the bay area probably back maybe a little bit below the average as we head toward the end of the week that's less rear guys back to you guys in the studio. >>thank you lord settle feel-good meanwhile, you can always stay informed on bay area weather with kron 4 mobile app you'll find full forecast there as well as interactive radar and you can get push alerts when breaking news happens in your neighborhood, it's all on the kron 4 mobile app. >>and another big story we're following for you tonight. milpitas police are searching for 3 men believed to be responsible for robbing a jewelry store at the great that crime triggered panic at the mall total chaos employees and. >>shopper some of them, we're confused a thought that what was actually a robbery was an active shooter. kron four's dan kerman is live tonight at the great mall to explain this fiasco. dan. that's right and
not just day here at the mall in milpitas the same thing happened at a mall in modesto when there was a robbery the same thing happened last night at a mall in southern california. >>all 3 robberies but people got confused thinking possibly the smash of the glass was actually gunfire and they thought there was an active shooter in all of these cases, panic at the mall, the good news, there was no active shooter but the suspects at least here in milpitas are still outstanding. >>i thought it was a shooting. might who are heard like a loud bang like it was a gunshot first thing that went through my mind as i needed that. >>reports of an active shooter sunday night at milpitas is great mall turned out not to
be true. but at the time it seemed very real to those working there. we saw this real with them. what people responding to was likely the crash of glass as thieves robbed philly on a jeweler's about 07:30pm my granger said. >>ok people are running away because they saw somebody a lot of all right here the shots and i mean it's ok we're in real danger and we need to get out. >>in an abundance of caution police from all over the south bay descended on the mall locked it down and then systematically did a search and evacuated those inside. but found no evidence of a shooting. >>what happened recently in gilroy in paso and and what's happening nationally worldwide people are hypersensitive and
we understand and if people report things to us here at the milpitas police department we will respond and we will take action and determine what's the recourse for us to take. >>ironically 2 and a half hours before the milpitas smash-and-grab these men are suspected of robbing the valley on a jeweler's in modesto in this case there were reports that shots were also fired, though they were not look at the video from the des still appears to be the same type of ammo. >>but again i'm not sure of our cases are actually intertwined at this point. >>now this point to police or not he does have not released any of photos or videos they are going through photos going through surveillance video at this point hoping to determine who these people are if they're connected with the modesto robbers or if not but still these 3 people responsible for the smash and grab here at this mall. still on the loose. live in milpitas dan kerman kron 4 news all right dan an off-duty san francisco police officer shot a man in el cerrito sunday
night. >>investigators say the man who was shot was armed, but not with a gun. that man is in his 40's he was taken to the hospital. this happened about 10 o'clock last night but there are are a lot of unanswered questions at this point. no word yet on what led up to the to shoot the man. >>san francisco woman tells kron 4 she came out to her car to find part of it gone the woman says somebody stole the big battery out of or toyota prius it happened on webster street. your california street in pacific heights, the woman came out to her car from the back seat and the battery were gone, she says the battery weighs almost 200 pounds. we do have a reporter working this story will have more for you tonight on kron 4 news at 8. >>but it seems like it did just wrapped up a basketball season is really sneaking up on yeah, it's good and this season is something real special because the wires have a new home going anywhere right to see this is a brand-new chase center in
action of course they moved across the bay from oakland to san francisco. >>completion is here the media got a sneak peek earlier today kron four's charles clifford was there. >>well here in san francisco. we are just days away from the opening of the new chase center here in mission bay on monday morning. the media was given a bit of a sneak peek inside if you go into the chase center right now there's still some work going on but for the most part they're done building this thing that just put the finishing touches on out on the floor where the seats are all the seats are in. i think at the floor down they've got the hoops up they've got all the displays up and running out in the hallways, the concession stands are all completed. the some of the restaurants are also done some of the box seat areas it all looks great is brand spanking new. if you go into the chase center kind of the most striking thing is the new video screen that they have built for the warriors games. this thing is huge. it measures up 52 by 82 feet by comparison an imax screen is only 53 by 72 feet now we had a chance to hear from the
warriors president who says it has been a long journey to completing the chase it's been an amazing journey and hasn't always been >>nothing is a project that size in san francisco is a daunting. >>to say the least you can see we're on the verge of cutting a ribbon in a couple of weeks and not that's a lesson a couple of and the show begins. >>you know after the chase center opens there will be a series of concerts, including eric clapton janet jackson, elton john metallic in the san francisco symphony and then the warriors will kick off their 2019 2020 season. in san francisco charles clifford kron 4 news well the inside of the new arena is getting close to completion outside step serve you know being taken to try and keep the. >>traffic of fans headed to the event center flowing smoothly. our first morning kelly shows us what's ready in what's still in the works. >>18,000 people are going to be able to fit inside the new chase center with their underground parking lot only has room for 950 vehicles now
there are other parking lots and parking structures in the area that will be able to accommodate some of the people coming to events here but warriors team officials and the city are urging people to consider taking public transportation first in order to prepare for the crush of the crowd coming to the chase center. recently expanded these platforms for the tea line right across the street. now these new expanded stops will be able to handle. 2 car trains loading simultaneously here. one thing not ready yet is the central subway that will allow that he lied to run mostly underground. >>to chinatown with bart riders able to connect underground at the powell street station. that's expected to be a game changer when it's done the current target date is january 2020. >>now there are plans to one
day build a new ferry terminal right across from the chase center. at the end of 16th street, but the money to pay for that project is coming from regional measure 3 which is currently tied up in the courts. so for now that project is on hold meanwhile pier 48 just down the road from chase center will be used as an interim ferry terminal. >>the san francisco bay ferry will be running service from alameda is main street terminal and oakland's jack london square for warriors home games during the 2019 2020 season. reporting from san francisco. i'm morning kelly kron 4 news. the judge deals a major blow to johnson and johnson ruling the company helped fuel the opioid crisis and now they have to pay. >>plus in east bay city bracing for the possibility of not having any power. how lafayette is preparing for the potential of p g shutting off people's power.
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new sichuan hot chicken. for a heart breaking limited time only at panda express. were recently discovered in the north bay community now the mayor speaking up. >>along with a community group denouncing the hate speech across 4 series astacio's spoke at the mayor and that community activist about what they're doing in response. >>our residents spotted it hold it down right away and then there's been a community response to say that this type of stuff this type of speech this type of of writing is not to be tolerated anywhere in nevada. >>that is novato mayor eric luke and talking about this flyer posted at several locations, including a safeway in this north bay community. whose image was published in jewish news of california over the weekend. the mayor met with me along with nancy weber who is the chair person of the steering committee for an organization called not in our town. though say that now more
than ever it's important to take a stand. >>and i've been really impressed by what we've done in the water is to take some proactive measures but also in something like this happens to be able to respond to be able to respond quickly. i think that's important for residents to see a message coming from our city from our police from our school district to me that really empowers our residents that when they see this
happening and they're also taking a stand you media early and quickly. >>the mayor and activists webber talked with me about how they are working with community members to promote tolerance and how they have a message for everyone. >>we just need to realize that for more like them not like. >>absolutely if you see something do something say something here in takes an on our town of auto there's also a national pledge if not in our town is not in your city or community you can still take the national pledge and this time that we're in it's important that. now we are all taking action to root this type of stuff out of our communities. >>the nevada police department is investigating the case besides the safeway posters were reportedly found at a local high school in nevado tree says stasio kron 4 news. >>johnson johnson has been ordered to pay million to
address the opioid crisis in oklahoma a judge making that ruling today. it is the nation's first a trial against the companies accused of contributing to the widespread use of painkillers the state of oklahoma argue johnson and johnson aggressively marketed opioids for years. the company is expected to appeal. oklahoma's case could shape negotiations to resolve roughly 1500 other opioid lawsuits consolidated before a federal judge in ohio. >>california is once again taking on the trump administration in court this time. it's over the detention of migrant children kron four's capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala explains the actions. state leaders announced today. children don't become subhuman. >>simply because they are migrants attorney general have yet to set a adding on to the pile of immigration related lawsuits against the trump administration monday's court filing comes as the federal government tries to up and what's called the flores settlement agreement which establishes how migrant
children should be treated and limits the amount of time they can be detained while courts review their families immigration cases, california is one of 20 states suing with concerns kids can be kept in custody indefinitely the trump administration has said it will come up with new guidelines as it aims to slow the influx of migrants coming through the southern border, the policies of this administration are exacerbating the early childhood trauma. a young children for another action california took involved piling up a limb injury injunction to block the trump administration's proposed public charge rule. >>that policy would block green cards from immigrants are already receiving public benefits like food stamps or housing, vouchers that rule touches all of america's communities. >>and it hurts us all. >>when asked how much money california has spent on lawsuits against federal agencies state leaders didn't give a dollar amount but say it's worth it. it's. >>our values it's who we are as a people it's what we represent what we search. and those don't have a price tag monday's lawsuit marking
california's 57th against the federal government in sacramento, ashley zavala kron 4 news. >>take a live look outside right now checking out our 4 zone sutro camera looking downtown san francisco beautiful wispy clouds fog. >>in their area car no cause of fingers of fog. yes, which is fun. >>good to see you yet a good weekend good to see you guys do you mean the monday is labor day i can't believe it, i mean there you go, i mean we're the unofficial end to summer right people get ready a lot of kids have already gone back to school. >>well here comes that fog and you can see one finger extending right inside the vacancy the sales force tower up above that the trans american just kind of poking through right above that thin layer fog but boy if you're stuck in that you've got to alcatraz those located somewhere right about there and that fog is going to make its way inside the bay little dense in spots but kind of get interesting now is the time of year things start to figure into a tropical factor in the bay area weather clouds moving in along the coastline here but look at off the coast. we
have some remnants of a former trump evil that are beginning to spin up in the state so not making its way your point conception all the way toward big sur we're going to see some of those high clouds move across the bay area by tomorrow afternoon. let's get little muggy little tropical outside too. winds have been kicking up again that sea breeze being to blow into san francisco and get 2122 miles per hour at sfo, 13 in the pile up to 15 in san carlos right now 14 in the money says to hot though, and many of the valley's you're not seen that cool marine air work its way all the way inland so still a hot 97 degrees right now in concord 98 in antioch 95 in livermore comfortable inside the bay, a nice evening, we've got some 70's in some 80's there and some cool 50's along the fog kind of compress so it's going to be dance making its way only into the bay and some of the local valleys but not all the way the interior valleys tomorrow, mostly sunny. and it's going to be hot again inland and then starting a hot this week really but then temperatures really cool down as we head toward labor day. i think temperatures may be dipping a little bit below the average.
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>>progress but there's a long long way to go that is the word from women across the country amid a celebration of women in leadership roles kron four's rob fladeboe reports now from mountain view where the sky's the limit. >>has shown you that it is possible get a sponsor work really hard focus in your life and your career and women's equality day here at nasa ames in mountain view was news.
>>america returned to the a project arguments the crew will almost certainly include a woman. someone like astronaut megan mcarthur who spent 11 days in space aboard the space shuttle. >>we have a really diverse workforce and women at every pevel in my organization making decisions. i'm making this strategic decisions making the day to day operational decisions yeah they've made progress but long ways to go. >>that thing this as a call to leadership the program included panel discussions such as innovation leader states across the generations leaders like house speaker nancy pelosi we all have to say it's not a 0 sum game and that's why once that ball starts rolling of people recognizing that wind when women succeed, america succeeds new event kicks off the silicon valley leadership group yearlong series and women celebrations where the sky is indeed the limit he had we want to recognize with
these amazing women leaders, how far we've come but truly how far we still to go and it's going to take all of us to ensure or that their rights are earned by everyone in our society continue to be or im not view rob fladeboe kron 4 news. next at 5 no power, no problem how an east bay city is preparing for the possibility of a power shut off. >>plus world leaders wrapping up the g 7 summit but not before president trump made