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>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news at >> it doesn't feel like a place you want to be getting around without a mask on and someone caught next. if. >> now at 8 is covid-19 numbers in the bay area have been trending up more and more restaurants and bars are starting to require customers to show proof of vaccination before entering. thank you for joining us here on kron, 4 news at 8 o'clock tonight. i'm justine waltman jonathan mccall some businesses now making that move after health experts say that indoor dining is becoming risky. >> kron four's amanda hari live tonight here in the city
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talking to 2 business owners about the reason why they're now making this move to require vaccination cards before you enter their establishments. amanda. >> good evening. one owner told me they started doing this right at the beginning in on june 15th when everything reopened, they started requiring proof of vaccination another restaurant owner told me they just started this this weekend. but both agree that they're doing this because they believe it's what safest. >> we're trying to business. make the right decisions to stay open. a can take things in our i spoke to chef and owner of in san francisco. mark zimmerman as he and the staff prepare their dining room for the dinner. were in an area this obviously surrounded >> think it's important make sure that everybody's is a restaurant. in patrons are in close proximity.
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>> this was the first week in the restaurant required proof of vaccination. if we can do something to make that. >> safer and more comfortable and told me so far people have been supportive. >> but it was a different story for club. the locks on haight street. this is video of protesters outside the club saturday >> in san jose haberdashery is has been requiring proof of vaccination since the june 15th reopening and we need to put in place and >> leave in place until the team that helped decide to remove it but not really up to me. it's up to the crew is a hold until they start feeling more comfortable owner cash. bohren says luckily most of their patrons understand the policy. we had a couple is actually the first time his wife had left out to mark twenty-twenty. their son is immunocompromised that they felt safe going to have her dashers and they really expressed their gratitude. the fact that they knew everyone in the room was vaccinated.
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>> the owner of haberdashery does tell me that some people have been upset about the policy. but those people are not their regulars live in san francisco. amanda hari kron 4 news amid a thank you. america's top infectious disease expert says the country is headed in the wrong direction when it comes to a recent surge in covid-19 cases. >> doctor anthony fauci making the comments today on cnn's state of the union. experts say the delta variant and a lack of vaccinations. now to blame for the rise in infections, public health officials say that unvaccinated americans are being treated at hospitals nationwide at an alarming rate. they also warned the more the virus spreads among unvaccinated people. >> happening tomorrow. anyone who goes inside a san mateo county building whether vaccinated or not, we'll have to wear a mask. this mask mandate comes as the county sees an increase in covid-19 cases. the county officials are saying there's no end date
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for this new mask mandate. if covid cases keep on climbing the county will consider reinstating mask mandates at indoor public locations, including restaurants and stores. according to the health department, 89% of residents over the age of 12 are vaccinated in san mateo county right now. the california highway patrol leading the investigation to find the killer. >> who they say fired into a car on highway for killing one person and injuring a second. that shooting was breaking news last night here on kron 4 news in prime time. we just learned from contra. costa chp, the driver of the car was a 24 year-old woman. she was killed in the shooting a juvenile who was in the front passenger seat is now in moderate condition and an infant who was in the backseat was not hurt. the chp is saying their family but would not give other details on their relationship. kron four's camila market tells us that shootings on this stretch of the highway are not uncommon. >> i drive on highway almost
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every day and the traffic is always very heavy. i avoided as much as i can. it's always been a negative experience. contra, costa county residents. a highway for is notorious for traffic jams and car crashes. >> over the last few months. it's turned into a killing ground. saturday evening bullets struck this black toyota camry and shattered the windows. >> the vehicle crashed into a metal guardrail. >> at the top of the port. chicago offering. >> the shooter killed one person wounded another and fled the scene and surprise witness price. i think that we have sort of really used weapons stuff it was kind of just make it it's it's happening back in april. troopers responded to highway 4 in pittsburgh after one driver was shot in the neck in his honda accord. he ended up hitting a big break on the railroad avenue. off-ramp and was sent to the hospital. it's a concern of mine there are so
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close to where i live and on. >> highways where i'm traveling on may first a man in a nissan was shot near the bailey road exit on the same stretch. >> a week later bullets pierced 2 men west off railroad avenue. some drivers don't feel they need to take measures into their own hands and surprised to hear about it. but i at the same time, i don't feel scared. >> like i need to take any immediate people like caroline paul stinson want to see a proactive approach when it comes to these highway shootings. it would be devastating us to be in a situation like that. >> chp is asking for the public's help in figuring out what happened if you saw anything you are encouraged to call c h p's tip line. we have that number for you at kron 4 dot com in contra, costa county camila barco kron 4 news. >> now to oakland where a man is dead following a shooting
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in the city's san antonio neighborhood. the shooting was reported aroun9.30 last night near garfield park officers found the man on the ground suffering from gunshot wounds. officers did start lifesaving measures and medical aid arrived. but the man died at the scene. the victim's name has not been released. we'll go now to the south bay were san jose police are investigating 2 separate shootings that left 2 people injured. the first shooting happened around 8.30 last night on biscayne way. that's where officers found a man with a gunshot wound. he was taken to a hospital with non life threatening injuries. just a couple miles away. there was a second shooting that happened about an hour later, officers found a man with a gunshot wound in the area. accretion feelin avenues. the man was taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries. no information on a suspect or motive has been passed along in either shooting anyone with information is asked to call police. >> that switch gears now to talk about our 4 zone forecast a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza tonight as folks head into the city and getting
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ready for the start of the new work week. >> kron meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez joins us now with a look ahead towards our muggy monday. yeah, it's going to be muggy thinks the monsoonal moisture returning to the bay area and it's a very rare occurrence. but it's been happening more often recently. thanks to storms out of arizona streaming into the bay area on monday night into tuesday morning. it looks like that is likely going to be the case as well. we're going to see right now that increase in low cloud cover as that fog bank makes its way across the bay, even going to head into some of our inland valleys during the overnight hours and radar for very dry out low tracking those low clouds and fog along the coast. but it's this high cloud cover from these arizona monsoonal storms making its way into southern california as i speak and it's going to ride into the bay area by tomorrow night into tuesday morning. so we are
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going to see some patchy coastal drizzle during the overnight hours and into monday. but monday night into tuesday morning. that's where it really starts to get active with possible severe weather occurring. a 10th of an inch of rain or less. but it's the dry lightning we need to worry about that could spark wildfires because of our extreme to exceptional drought conditions. so tuesday morning looks to be the critical day with calmer conditions arriving by tuesday night into wednesday. but the next few days we're going to have to watch out for that severe weather potential for your kwan for weather center. details head on your microclimate monday forecast. is it going to be the coolest day of the next 7. back to you. jonathan. just teens. thank you so much. debris. several going out to the south bay and the gilroy garlic festival just wrapped up its first weekend back in action since being shut down for the past 2 years. so this year and is being held as a drive-thru event. got to place your orders and before him go pick them up and enjoy my home. >> kron four's gayle ong spent
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the day in gilroy and has the sights and sounds. >> people are loving their garlic bread and garlic fries steak sandwiches and shrimp scampi, which is a main dish this year. overall, a great time with friends and family. >> for >> me, ali is alive again. and we're just having a great time means the world to us and we love this community event. it's great to have it back. >> you know where resident danielle brothers is happy. the annual gilroy garlic festival is back even though it looks different. no live music tense. you preorder your meal and drive over to pick it up. actually very organized. and i'm just excited to be my pepper steak organizers say people traveled near and far for the food a family drove from la broken la on friday. >> got their meals and went back to la on a friday. >> the garlic festival has raised more than 12 million dollacs for local charities since 1979. this is the first
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event since the mass shooting in 2019 that killed 3 people and injured 17 others. the festival didn't happen last year due to covid community and the public have shown such a response has been tremendous. we beyond our expectations. >> and i know the volunteers. they worked hard beckley has been a volunteer for 41 years. it's the community. >> doing it for the community and the nonprofits. it's all worth it. >> in case you missed out this weekend. organizers have these tips for next time. >> they're doing it again next week and the food is good. so make sure you preorder it out there. orderly and order often. >> wednesday marks 2 years after the mass shooting at the gilroy garlic festival this week. the santa clara county district attorney's office will be hosting a series of events honoring the victims reporting from gilroy, gayle ong kron 4 news. >> a blast inside of a san francisco restaurant and i will let you know what investigators say happened and what the owner says. it could
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be enough for him to leave town. >> and the firefight in northern california intensifies as crews continue to battle the state's largest wildfire. the growing concerns as the raging flames have already destroyed multiple buildings. and now thaeatening thousands more.
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state. now reaching into its 12th day so far the dixie fire has charred more than 190,000 acres in butte and plumas counties north of sacramento that area now under a state of emergency. the fire has destroyed more than a dozen structures. nearly 11,000 board now being threatened more than 5,005 1000 firefighters are on the front lines trying to battle the blaze, which is said to be 21% contained. meanwhile, south of lake tahoe. the tamarack fire has now charred through more than 66,000 acres and is said to be 27% contained. this fire sparked by lightning back on the 4th of july. it's now threatening communities across the state line in the silver state of nevada. so far 28 structures have been destroyed. more than 2400 folks have been forced to evacuate their homes, western wildfires are changing the skies color. thousands of miles away. smoke from the fires burning in california, oregon and idaho was pushing east. >> changing the color of the sun and also the moon as well.
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this is what it looked like from washington, dc last night instead of a bright whitish color. the moon instead kind of looked a reddish orange right now on kron 4 dot com. we have tips for this fire season just scan. this qr code on your screen right now with your mobile device and you can get information and how to create a defensible space evacuation checklists and wildfire preparedness this. and what we saw last year we were dealing with all those complex fires in the sky turned orange. yeah, they're just much farther away to be, you know what we're dealing with here. they are feeling the effects over their hard to believe. meanwhile, a live look tonight along the san francisco embarcadero. >> the wildfires are north of us worse. not really feeling the impact of i'm just here at home. just 10. let's check in now with meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez to see if the smoke is going to be bothering us this week. >> no. in fact, thanks to that cool sea breeze. we're going to notice overall fairly clean air out there in the bay area thanks to those southwesterly breezes and the sierra,
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though, tracking unhealthy air particles. the pores for the northern portions of this still moderate to unhealthy, though, as you make your way into the southern sierra. so just keep that in mind. if you do have any plans to visit this in the coming days. and that's because of the dixie fire. but here at home in the bay area. we're tracking that marine layer that's keeping our temperatures on the seasonable side and also keeping the smoke and ash literally pushing it away from our forecast area. so we're really blessed here to have this unique microclimate forecast in the bay area and radar for though, tracking scattered showers right now for this year's specifically south lake tahoe futurecast for though, going to show some possible severe weather trying to make its way into south lake tahoe. but it's going to remain just to your south mid 80's by tomorrow. but you do have the threat and potential of pop-up thunderstorms. thanks to that monsoonal moisture tuesday through wednesday that could cause
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debris flows. gusty winds and also ignite fires. and because of that beckworth complex fire could even see some mud and debris flow because of those recent burn scar area. so going to watch this in the coming days they said that monsoonal moisture becoming widespread there, jonathan. and just seen luckily for us, though in the bay area. we're going to track cooler temperatures tomorrow, but it's going to be the coolest day of the next 7 days. details on your micro climate outlook because it's going to heat up 5 to 10 degrees above average coastal valleys right. got the shorts and sandals love that. i way >> 2 men are in custody right now in santa cruz for the vandalism of a black lives matter mural downtown branded bob chat and hagan warner both arrested saturday on suspicion of felony vandalism. but today police chief andy mill saves that they are working to gather further evidence that the damage was also a hate crime. chief mel says the 2 men took turns burning out their car's tires across the
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mural on friday night. police say 2 other people may have been involved, but no further arrests have been made. >> the house select committee investigating the january 6th capitol riot set to hold its first hearing on tuesday plans for it to be a bipartisan hearing fell apart last week after house speaker nancy pelosi rejected 2 of the selected republicans prompting house minority leader kevin mccarthy to pull all of his picks kron 4 washington correspondent anna wiernicki has details. >> good evening. house speaker nancy pelosi says the committee is moving forward with or without mccarthy's republicans that's because she's picked to republicans herself both have been highly critical of former president donald trump. >> we will find the truth. house speaker nancy pelosi said on abc's this week that she's tapped illinois republican congressman adam kinzinger to join the house committee investigating the january 6 capitol riot he and other republicans have expressed an interest to serve
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on the young on the select committee kinzinger accepted the invitation on twitter saying when duty calls, i will always answer. he will join wyoming republican at least cheney as the only 2 republicans on the committee. the work of this committee order to retain the confidence of the american people must act in a way that has no partisanship. >> pelosi has created a sham process. but house minority leader kevin mccarthy says the committee is anything but bipartisan. >> last week, mccarthy appointed 5 republicans to the 13 member committee pelosi rejected 2 of them. republicans. jim jordan and jim banks is clear that pelosi only once members on this committee who will stick to her talking points and stick to her narrative. banks accused pelosi on fox news sunday of booting him from the committee because of his questions about the breakdown of capitol security. we were prepared to ask questions that no one else is. ask. >> and demand answers as to
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why the capital was vulnerable to an attack. >> on january 6. >> the first hearing is scheduled to take place at 09:30am, on tuesday. several capital and metropolitan police officers are set to testify in washington. i'm anna wiernicki. back to you. >> still ahead here tonight at 8 o'clock a relationship expert is going to tell us what true love smells like. and why a particular. stinky matter is latest. 2 also another. >> signed a buzzing story. thousands of swarming bees attacking a former lapd officer and his dogs, terrifying encounter that killed 2 of the pets. let know what you should do. if you come across the english one.
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welcome back, everyone. a california family has quite a story to tell after a swarm of some 5,000 be stormed their backyard. >> not only traumatizing the family but also their 3 dogs center mitchell talked with the family and they told her. >> they were trying everything to save their docks. >> this was especially traumatizing because 2 of the dogs did not survive. the owner says he did everything he could to try and save them. but he was stung more than 40 times and went into anaphylactic shock. for the
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lab and her owner. a tail wagging reunion after a terrifying encounter with a swarm of thousands of angry bees. they in an attack mode. >> and anything that was. >> getting in the way it was just constant buzzing. i had to tell my head if he's got under me years. but my face right here was really swollen. barbara most dog and his starters, 2 smaller dogs alley and maggie where his diamond bar backyard yesterday. >> rula survive to be attacked, but the 2 smaller dogs did not. a thought that brought this former lapd officer to tears. i keep trying to commit myself. i did. >> you would do. unfortunately room from 5,000 be swarming. the dogs tore through the screen door trying to get away. >> ramos said he did everything he could to get to the dogs. i want to scare you secure heck is that there was nothing that i could do. the fire department could you
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could go back in there. >> you're going to keep getting knew. i should have to rescue my dogs. >> doctors say it is instinct to try and save your pet's, but you need to do what you can to avoid angry bees. you should not watched. >> that really just aggravates the dc the obvious thing is to run to run as quick as possible. will actually hold your breath yes, these actually can smell your breath and they will target an animal or person. >> row. most and rolo are feeling better. but tonight rolo is missing his buds alley. and maggie. and so it's ramos. >> give a big smile off the floor. >> the veterinary and who treated rolo said even if your pet is stung, just want you should seek immediate medical care because they can go into shock too. by the way, rose owner told us he is growing up a nice steak dinner for the doc tonight in diamond center mitchell ktla 5 news.
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>> here's what's coming up next. a day 30 a herd of goats roam around the streets in the middle of the night and it was not an easy job to get them back where they belong. also reckless driver is recovering tonight the wild ride that smashed up cars. it is video you have to see tonight. plus, explosion happened at a san francisco restaurant. what does the owner say about it when he says it's just another blow to his business these stories and a lot more when kron 4 news a
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dramatic surveillance video that captured an explosion inside of a san francisco restaurant and blew out some of the windows. >> at lacked us. thai noodle bar in the tenderloin for sale of the second talked with the owner today and says it's still unknown exactly what triggered that blast. >> intense moments inside lapid's thai noodle bar in san francisco's tenderloin neighborhood surveillance cameras show an explosion that rattled the restaurant and its owner monday morning exposed deep in the mire sr. i was like. >> i was shocked that. i rushed to the scene and i saw the everywhere. couldn't believe that chef jones who says. >> there's been a lot of vandalism in the neighborhood over the last few weeks. but nothing like is not like. >> simple. you know, like
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someone told a rock or someone you know, actively knows is different. is the bottom line it is this desk and explosion blew out the glass windows at the restaurant which will likely cause jones who thousands to fix. >> for him. it's just another blow to his business it's been tough for me because of an addict. you know, it's been almost 2 years now. >> the situation you know, it's going to scare my customer. it's going it's going to affect my what people want to come even my going to feel visit. and save neighborhood. it's kind of sketchy neighborhood. didn't want to come to. but is going if it might visit. >> of course, while police are still investigating what or who caused the explosion. chone sue says it may be the final push to move his restaurant out of the city is kind of unsafe for me. >> you know, i pay for way my my family's safety. you i want
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scare now, if know he's happy to leave. kate, you happen to anyone else. it's this neighborhood just. need to be more careful. the 40's to take more action. thankfully. no one was there when the explosion happened. so nobody was injured. however, this explosion has created a lot of damage and will definitely be a setback for the restaurant in san francisco to leave the psac ii kron 4 news, 2 men and a woman. now recovering from gunshot wounds after a shooting early yesterday morning at an antioch liquor store. >> it happened around midnight at romney's liquor store on east 18th street officers say surveillance video shows 3 people engaged in a shootout. police have arrested 2 of those suspects. both are now in custody charged with assault with a deadly weapon along with other charges tonight. the hunt is on for the 8th for that 3rd person still wanted. meanwhile, take a look at this video tonight. san francisco streets, 4, 1,
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5, sending us this video that happened at bell bowl and 6th avenue in san francisco this afternoon. take a look at this. police say this man behind this van hit 2 cars. suffering injuries tonight of other cars. luckily, no one was inside of them at the time. police not saying if the driver was under the influence of alcohol and drugs. but apparently this went on for a few moments where he's just backing up reversing and hitting a number of cars. once again, no one injured other than the driver of that van. well. in the north bay tonight. but aluma police have arrested a 31 year-old man accused of drunk driving causing a three-car crash there last night. it happened around 7 o'clock at the intersection of east washington. and here in streets, several folks were hurt in that crash, including a child who suffered a cut on the head. police say the suspect is herman alvarado. he's currently on probation% for a previous dui. we're told he also has a suspended
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driver's license alvarado now behind bars tonight at the sonoma county jail. >> let's talk about weather right now as we take a live look outside along highway 24 in walnut creek. it was warm in the east bay today. always warm their love. it. kron 4 meteorologist mabrisa. >> rodriguez here tonight to get you a to head out the door for the start of your new work week says our texas native right shorts and flip-flops. your route, you like it like that. so a lot of people, though, really want to retreat to the coast thanks to that cool sea breeze. but, you know, teaches our own. >> glad, you know the space working out for you. jonathan. enjoy the shorts because you're going to need them and use them for a while. let's take a live look outside san francisco international airport. beautiful sunset out there this evening and seen the return of that fog bank out there tomorrow, though, is going to be the coolest day of tue next 7 days because we're going to warm up 5 to 10 degrees above average for most
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bay area cities from coast to valleys. very seasonal temperatures tomorrow, though, to start your work week monday. mid 60's for the marina district and downtown san francisco low 60's for happened. they and even daly city warming up to 63 degrees. and we're tracking mid 70's from san bruno all the way into burlingame wind speeds. not going to be as breezy as they have been the last couple of days out of the southwest at 20 miles per hour. less for the peninsula with redwood city and woodside in the low 80's for you and widespread 80's and even 90's as you make your way into the south bay cupertino 83 degrees. san jose in the low 80's but does 88 degrees. so pretty mild temperatures there nearly as warm as livermore 87 degrees hayward in the low 70's with concord and walnut creek cooling down out of the 90's and seasonal temperatures mid 80's at 87 degrees with berkeley and oakland in the low 70's. taking a look ahead, though. and you're north bay area forecast vacaville. the only city in the 90's low 90's
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for you there with napa and the in the mid 70's and santa rosa and petaluma in the pid 70's. a very pleasant temps. seasonal temperatures heading our way, but that all changes by tuesday warming up 5 to 10 degrees from monday's daytime highs and then we're going to stay 5 to 10 degrees above normal wednesday through friday with that monsoonal moisture that's the big curve ball that we're seeing in the weather department could bring a severe thunderstorms dry lightning. if that does happen, could spark wildfires. but let's hope it just stays to our east. but unfortunately that it's going to make its way into the sierras. so i don't know. you want to topple weekend or no from fires in the bay area. either way, it's no matter what. all of the above. i know no mother nature just i mean, monsoonal moisture. we never hear about that in the bay area. you can hear what, 10 years now. i mean, this is becoming a pretty common occurrence lately this summer. i don't like you get on the phone with
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bone to pick >> a lot of people make it work. right. let us know what you find out from we want 1, 800 our >> all right. still ahead tonight, the olympic viewing numbers are way down compared to previous libby adds. we will explain why folks are not watching the games on tv. that's those are watching kron 4 news and in sports, the giants continue to get some big-time production from sources old and new. >> sports director jason dumas shows stepped up to the plate coming up. >> plus, last night we show you how loved hurt. >> it's not. we're going to show you how love could stick. >> a relationship expert explains why? that's right. why this is actually a good sign of your relationship explain what a moment.
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>> all right there with us for the next couple stories. a new mask, syria suggesting there is a magic age when people should get married. the new algorithm is concluding that 26 is the best age to say. i do the rule dictates once you're 37% through completing something within a set time frame. you have reached the perfect point to decide so, for example, if you're looking to walk down the aisle between the ages of 1840 and the ideal
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age is 26 because you're 37% of the way through that goal by you. but you do you were how old were you? when i got married okay. yeah, i think i had to think about 28 i don't know. you for you present that day. >> your president day, right. all right. size 37% of the way through my goal i'm sure grants happy about that relationship expert says relationship expert meanwhile says true love stinks literally. >> according to her. she says that being able to pass gas in a shared space with your significant other is the ultimate sign that you and your partner are meant to be. >> my last relationship was like 6 months not far. didn't arcelay. i'm like i'm out of here. man gone before she will come. >> i don't remember that movie. new york relationship expert cynthia palaces couples that are able to. share gas
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with each other in front of earlo on in a relationship are more likely to stay together and live healthier lives. but she doesn't stop there. she also says that among her new york city clientele. it's actually becoming social activity with groups of wealthy new yorkers hosting so-called das party. it's and is not a thing. i hope it's not. to pay money to go to a party where you just. pass gets you think that that same relationship advice like applies here. no, it does not. >> not enough to share and pressure. we're not there yet. we're not 30 probably like 36.5% of the way there. not 30's. how do you feel about it. do you think that it's good for your ship. i don't know. i'm not a relationship. so so, know, so know we're good. so what you do think
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it's good for your relationship to has opened stinky and free. >> just an why don't you answer she's the one who's so maybe the answer is yes. the open is it, though, was only one in a relationship here answer is are you guys comfortable? it's time now to
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talk about our weather forecast and definitely not what we're talking about before the break, nathaniel just >> he's watching you just her. and that is saying that is. that is watching that this is that that type of topic about farting is exactly his demo 7. that's yeah, everyone does it. it's fun. alright risa this year. she's doing that thinking of things that don't thanks. and our forecast will be either. not until tuesday morning. we may see some monsoonal moisture just in. i hope your kids are not watching jade. >> gavin go to bed. they better be sleeping. okay. let's take a live look outside and city hall. we can barely even make it out tracking that fog bank out there and quite the temperatures spread 50's,
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60's, 70's and yes, even 80's as you head out the door for your sunday night mid 80's right now for conquered about 30 degrees warmer than half moon bay currently in the mid-fifties. thanks to that fog begin overnight lows a little bit warmer tonight compared to last night thanks to that blanket of cloud cover overhead mid to upper 50's with antioch cooling down into the mid 60's. so ball temperatures there with daytime highs tomorrow. seasonable. we're going to be in the mid 80's for conquered and livermore low 70's for oakland across the east bay shoreline in downtown san francisco and even half moon bay in the low to mid 60's with san jose in the low 80's. and this is going to be the closest we're going to get to seasonal temperatures because tuesday warming up 5 to 10 degrees. and we're going to remain 5 to 10 degrees above average with that threat of isolated thunderstorms early tuesday morning. >> calmer drier more stable atmosphere by tuesday afternoon. back to you. just teen and jonathan. all right.
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thank you so much. >> yesterday was the very first full day of the olympic games and surprisingly, the numbers are down according to nielsen ratings. nbc said its overall coverage of opening night ceremonies from tokyo drew 17 million viewers for its combined broadcast and streaming based on early numbers while that is enough to easily win friday's summer night. it is apparently a big drop from the opening games or the opening night in 2016 in rio. remember model giselle bunch, an walking the runway and dancing in that gold dress. well, that scored almost 27 million viewers tune more than what they received in 2021 the reason behind all of this obviously broadcast cable has been even up by more cable streaming and social media. clearly folks want to get out and about after a year-long pandemic. the good news is for nbc that the streaming audience for the opening ceremony online and the nbc sports app increased 76% friday night. the opener was the second most watched
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stand alone entertainment telecast in the past year only behind oprah's interview with meghan and prince harry. >> and now kron 4 sports. >> the giants trying to salvage the final game of a disappointing series against the lowly pirates. they dropped the first 2, including a 10 to drubbing yesterday. it was ugly here. giants fan with the old-school jersey got madison bumgarner jeff kent crawford. he still around bottom of the 3rd lamonte wade junior he is having him self a season. that is the shot. lmost into the muck of these cold solo blast to right center field is to one. that is 12 home runs in just a 148 at-bats this season. nice outing for alex wood today only gave up a run struck out 8, including that frees job right there. was a tight game into the 6 an francisco scored 3 time, including this rbi single by curt casali driving
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in a run. they win 6 to one the dodgers come to town for 3 games starting on tuesday, san francisco leads la by 2 games in the nl west. some a's fans making an appearance at seattle's safeco park. and as they weren't treated to anything. well about top of the 3rd. this was matt austin. he's been on fire since the all-star break continues the trend solo shot 27th of the season. his 4th since the all-star break. it's 2 nothing but that lead would slip away in the bottom of the frame. seattle scored 4 times ramon lauriano looks like he gets to it. but the ball popped loose pops loose, tough luck. there. that's a troy murphy blooper and made it 42 it was enough for 4, 3, which is could not hold on. team usa was shaking shaky. i'm sorry during exhibition play in las vegas. and it translated to group play in tokyo us a loss to
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france today 83 to 76 evan, of the boston celtics and the french national team, of course, finished with 28 points. meanwhile, rudy gobare, the reigning nba defensive player of the year at 14 tonight. drew holiday fresh off of an nba championship led team usa with 18 points. they play iran next czech republic is also in their group. you think they have to win out now just to get out a group that was a tough, tough loss >> it's going to be interesting to see if they can kind river city get to the medal round. but it was a popovich will tell you it wasn't a he reality will say it's it's shock when you're 10 to one favorites to win. yeah, it was a shock. yeah. are you surprised ratings are down for the olympics. no, i'm morning
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school out biles to katie ledecky came in second tonight the woman from australia overtook her yet in the 400 meter free. katie ledecky goes to stanford >> she yeah. somewhere in washington, dc area, but that from bethesda, maryland. yeah. all right. thanks, jason. all right. still to come tonight, some goats car. >> trimming some vegetation becoming popular recently. but i heard took a wrong turn roaming the streets.mthe middle of the night. one. talk about gasping pass. imagine that.
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>> not a colorado where herd of goats went the wrong way. and end up rolling on the streets. police said they had a busy night trying to round them all up. >> dan de rue shows us how the goats came to the neighborhood. >> the disturbance occurred in the peaceful and sleepy neighborhood in superior, colorado. in the wee hours of the >> it startled residents contacted the boulder county sheriff's office. we received a report at approximately 2.15 earlier this morning about some suspicious activity occurring in missouri, conway
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neighborhood of support. the county superior 3 patrol units of the sheriff's office responded when they arrived, they were greeted by a herd of a who let the goats out. >> who who. well, that's a question we're still trying to active investigation is going on right now. how did all those animals go there. we are trying to find out where those goals came from for the next 2 hours, boulder county deputies, herded coaxed and go to the band on the run. >> into a waiting trailer. just good old hurting skills that we have to have is a deputy with the boulder county sheriff's office. >> as of this report. no charges have been filed. the ended up letting them go on their own >> a stern warning was given to the suspects. you better behave. >> a lot of good, good references in that you catch my i did those dander reporting for us tonight. that
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you're watching kron. 4 news at noon. >> if you might want to consider if you want to go the extra mile and safety even though you're vaccinated when you're indoors, particularly in crowded places you might want to consider wearing a mask. >> 9 america's top infectious disease expert says that covid cases are headed in the wrong direction. now recommending wearing masks while you're inside and now several bay area health leaders now following the lead as well. that is where we start to sunday night here on kron. 4 news at 9 o'clock. welcome jonathan mccall. and i'm justine waldman. doctor fauci also warned of another possible summer surge. >> because of the delta variant. experts say the delta variant and the lack of vaccinations are to blame for the rise in infections, public health officials say unvaccinated people are being treated at hospitals in california and nationwide at alarming rates yesterday, we first told you about marin county recording its first covid-19 deat


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