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>> we're here to just offer them whatever they need right now. we just want to support them and just help them in whatever we can. >> now at 10, a somber day livermore after the superintendent of schools announced that 6 high school students were involved in a deadly crash on friday night. one has died. 5 others are fighting for their lives tonight. thank you so much for joining us here. during kron, 4 news at 10 o'clock tonight. i'm justine waltman. i'm jonathan mccall. investigators say that crash happened overnight. the teens inside of a truck. >> that somehow plunged hundreds of feet off of an embankment hours after that horrific scene, hundreds of folks in the livermore community coming together to attend that vigil while remembering the students injured and also the one lone one killed kron four's amanda hari was there tonight. >> the community is devastated. people told me that hearing this news this morning. was heartbreaking, but there was still a lot of luck on that football fields. >> hundreds of people gathered
together to support one another after an unthinkable tragedy region seeking mercy through all of this 6 livermore high schoolers were involved in a crash friday night. one was killed in the accident. superintendent kelly bowers sent out this message to the community no words can express our collective sadness and grief at this tragic news. our hearts go out to this young man's loved ones and our entire school community. we are all understandably grieving this tragic loss of young life. these are photos from alameda county fire of the crash site of is a bit ponce spoke at tonight's vigil. she says this is devastating for the community and she feels it personally know the family. >> my son is really good friends one of the boys and we know the family well. and we're just here to just offer
prayer to anyone to who's in need. ponce tells me that some of the parents felt they needed to do some think. >> and a vigil seemed like the right way to help the community and the teens were here to offer just some love to offer prayer. we're here to just offer them whatever they need right now. we just want to support them and just help them in whatever we can. parents coaches and community members spoke at the vigil many more prayed ponce as it meant a lot to see the turnout that it's actually overwhelming it just shows how come you can come together when something tragic happens and how it can come from school officials say they will be crisis support for students and staff. >> that need it livermore amanda hari kron 4 news. >> turning now to our coverage of the afghanistan evacuation in just a couple hours ago, the u.s. state department issued a warning urging american citizens to leave the kabul airport immediately. president joe biden has vowed to expand the u.s. is air
campaign against the offshoot. isis group that committed the terror attack on the kabul airport that killed 13 american service members and dozens of afghanis citizens and with less than 3,000 american personnel left in the country. the pentagon is also warning that more attacks from isis k are very likely meantime, we have learned that the first american airstrike last night killed 2 high-profile isis militants. >> believed to have been involved in planning or facilitating thursday's deadly suicide bombing at the kabul international airport. the unmanned air strike happened just east of the city and military officials say there were no civilian casualties. meanwhile, the military acting swiftly. president joe biden's promised to retaliate. >> and among the 13 service members killed 5 of them had ties to california. one of them a 23 year-old who grew up just outside of sacramento. her name, nicole gee gee had been pictured photos during evacuations. >> holding an afghan baby and
scoring a number of young girls to military planes. jeanne, when talk to her devastated father who's now mourning her loss. >> very proud of her. she did not an expected vote everything she did and did. >> she was excelled in as nicole g's father richard herrera says his daughter was always a good student when she attended oakmont high school in roseville shows got straight a's. she wasn't was a very good kid. g graduated from oakmont high school back in 2016. and as you can see behind me today. >> flags are being flown half-staff to not only pay tribute to what happened in kabul. but to honor she's life. >> i had after us on the tax. i that she was safe. the next morning i got call. the shooting. she was didn't make it. >> gee was 23 1 of 11 marines. many also in their 20's killed in thursday's bombing at the kabul airport. this recent photo shows her during the mission carrying a baby as she
and her fellow service members helped evacuate refugees protection. dana. >> outside of the gates. so i didn't think she was in the composition of that. because pre-determined shown to that. >> her older sister misty foco heard the news from jea's husband who is in the navy. he just happened to be in the sacramento area visiting family during the attack. he came the new season. >> probably start out for at least 2 minutes, just silent and in disbelief with only a 2 year difference between the cold and misty foco says it's hard to talk about her sister in past tense. you know, we have a lot of that that we have wait for what she was. >> when she was going to come back. and while herrera can't bring himself to think about what he would say to his daughter. one last time. if she were still here, he believes she died doing what she loved most. she says. and. >> unbelievable experience which is going through. there isn't a good way. not a bad way. so. she's happy.
>> happy despite the danger serving her country and the world. >> that was jeanne when reporting for us tonight from sacramento. also out of the sacramento area. we are you learning that another person from that area was injured. a marine from the sacramento area was also injured in that deadly blast. the organization warfighter over watch which supports veterans and first responders posted on facebook this evening saying that 23 year-old tyler andrews was seriously injured in that bombing. andrews is a marine who played soccer at folsom high school organization says that his mother now on her way to germany, ramstein air force base to see your son. a fundraiser has been started to help support his family. meanwhile, governor gavin newsom is sending his condolences to the victims of that deadly attack. in a statement today. governor newsom said that, quote, our heroic troops gave their lives
to protect others amid harrowing and dangerous conditions and we will never forget their bravery and selfless sacrifice and service to our nation. governor newsom has also ordered flags at all. california state buildings to be flown at half-staff in honor of the victims. >> meanwhile, a show of support here in the bay area as the collapse of afghanistan continues demonstrators took to the streets standing in solidarity with afghans around the world. kron four's gayle ong was at the event held earlier today and learned what some in the afghan community say they want from local politicians. >> hundreds gathered outside of the united nations plaza in san francisco to bring awareness of the ongoing humanitarian crisis in afghanistan.
>> and welco-ing their to the united states my what's going ending frustration. >> i by the well, this silent and my question is why and pleas for now and got me. i will mustafa kareem and marge on the dark travel to the city from fremont. their parents were refugees from the soviet invasion of 1979. this has been an incredibly. >> traumatizing event for them as well because they're reliving what they had to go through just to see our parents relive this. >> unfortunate nightmare all
over again. and now we're reliving it ourselves being a refugee coming to america. we're hoping and praying for the best. and that's all we can do at the side. >> one of the several demands protesters are calling for is resources for afghan refugees and urge you to contact your local elected official for support reporting from san francisco. gayle ong kron 4 news. >> and you can find out much more on the local efforts to help refugees by scanning this qr code on your screen. it will take you directly to our web page kron 4 dot com to get all the latest details on what is happening in afghanistan and also find out how you can help. >> so about our 4 zone forecast this saturday night. a live look outside at the golden gate bridge. it was sizzling and also smoking on a saturday with us. >> from the shot, we could see the golden gate bridge earlier. so looks like there's cleared up a little bit. meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez tier. yeah. we're going to see that says le smoky air even for your sunday
as well. let's take a look at that as a phone or national airport because we are tracking those hazy skies overhead when tracker for still keeping an eye on those northwesterly breezes for most of the bay area that contributed to our above average temperatures anywhere from about 10 to even 20 degrees above average the warmest day in downtown san francisco today so far this year. 84 degrees cooling down into the mid 60's is saying that 20 degree drop out there right now. but it took this 10 o'clock hour for us to get here and we are keeping an eye on mid 60's even throughout the east bay shoreline. but still in the 80's for innermost valleys in the east bay conquered and livermore in the low 80's with widespread 60's and 70's. for those of you in the north bay. san anselmo, 72 degrees. but overall tracking cooler temperature trend and that cooldown is going to continue even for your sunday morning going to see wind direction shift to the southwest 20
miles per hour less improving air quality along the coast and we are going to notice improvement for our inland valleys by sunday night. but overall nice temperature drop in the coming days. details on that and your 10 at 10 outlook that will feature your full labor day weekend forecast in just a few minutes. just seen in. jonathan, back to you. thank you so much for free said the cdc is introducing new recommendations for schools. the new guidance. >> they're saying is needed now to protect kids from covid. >> community coming together today to offer support for evacuees of the caldor fire. the latest on the devastating blaze on the west. make this the summer you taught them what it means to serve. the summer of hauling happiness by the ton. and bringing home hardware by the handful. where traditions were passed down on the tailgate. and the only thing more powerful than the feeling was the truck that took you to it. make this the summer of ram. right now, get 0% apr financing,
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staying on top of wildfires burning across california. the saturday night containment on the caldor fire in eldorado county grew slightly overnight. so far the fire has burned more than 152,000 acres and is now at 19%. containment. >> and we're learning tonight 2 people and 2 firefighters have been injured by this fire and that fire has destroyed at least 471 homes. a new evacuation orders are in effect tonight. today, folks in the town of aisle. >> offered food clothing and more to evacuees of the fire. we're going to show knicks, talk with volunteers and those who found a little more than what they were looking for. >> families tell me they were very appreciative to find some necessities here, but also to
find something they feel is essential. >> some verses for inspiration. just some. you know, encourage for those that are dealing with. all the craziness that's going on with these fires chilly zavala and her 10 year-old daughter charlotte set up a prayerful for anyone who needed some shade of oeople need to know that that. >> the guns there and to just have that. reassurance and know that, you know, even even in hard times, he's watching over us even in hard times. >> ready. i'm organizer. jessica. lynn lee doesn't know anyone directly affected by the fires but felt this was something she needed to do. i wanted to create a space that people can come to get what they need. and we have somebody who is providing a hot lunch. >> and just make it something that they can get away from where they are and maybe have
a bright spot were full and they're just like everyone karina repay and her son needed this bright spot while her husband stayed home in somerset dosing lights not only around their home. >> but their neighbors and anyone who needed help. so it's so nice to be able to, you know, travel 30 minutes, 15 minutes to be able to get all the supplies because aso you know, we're all starting over. these people are so amazing to like come out here and just because everyone spread out now on day 13 since she's been home. she says they've been going day to day, just hoping their home. stay safe. all it just. just so tired. you know, we just we just want to be home get our animals out. and so. >> just gets and despite family and friends losing their homes to the caldor fire in a grizzly flats she's keeping the just hang in
there's hope in there is just keep your fate all pull through as a community >> let's talk about our local forecast right now as we take a live look outside here along the embarcadero in san francisco. it's a little bit. >> cooler after really hot day in the city. the hottest day of the year so far. will we see warmer temperatures again tomorrow. >> meteorologists members rodriguez here tonight to get you ready to head out the door for the start of your sunday. yeah, fortunately, we're going to see slightly cooler temperatures tomorrow. so we're still going to be about 5 to 15 degrees above average. but the good news is we are heading in the right direction. still tracking a very hazy sky out there for those of you in the east bay over berkeley with temperatures out there right now right around the bay area shoreline mid to upper 60's widespread 70's, as you make your way inland. but check out conquered and antioch even livermore as well. low to mid 80's. but san jose 71 degrees.
most of you in our inland valleys don't even need a sweater if you're heading out the door futurecast for going to track some marine layer influence. but overall, we won't notice the return of that low and high cloud cover until sunday night even during the overnight hours, very early monday morning, bringing us some much needed drizzle but overnight lows tonight, 50's and 60's. so a little bit cooler along the coast in the mid-fifties thanks to the shift and change in wind direction to the southwest with high temperatures tomorrow cooling down into the upper 60's for half moon bay mid 70's for downtown san francisco low 80's for oakland and hayward. but in the mid 90's for those of you in livermore and conquered beats being in the triple digit heat like you were today, santa rosa, 10 degrees cooler at 92 degrees with san jose at 88 degrees and taking a look ahead. relief tuesday and then we're going to continue a cooling trend. but then warming up slightly just in time for labor day weekend by labor day monday, though.
we're going to be in the mid 90's again inland. but looking great along the coast and east bay shoreline, thanks to that marine layer influences so far od now looking as hot as it was this weekend. >> i'm sure you guys are both happen, especially your days off on to say. there you go. he just loves to rub that in high pitcher. >> haha, thank you that. >> fremont unified schools reporting more than 3 dozen cases of covid-19 since the beginning of the new school year, a letter from the district superintendent today said that 37 cases have been found among students and staff since august. 1st, officials say the case total just under one percent. the letter says that in many of the cases, i should say 0.1 0% as the letter says that in many of the cases students contracted the virus outside of school. officials say it is important for folks to wear mask practice. good hygiene and be mindful of physical distancing whenever possible. >> an la back to school surge
of covid-19. is alarming more than 3,000 new infections have been reported on campuses across the county involving students and staff doctors say it's an indication of a disturbing trend of lisa birch reports now from los angeles. >> monday. was this 6th graders first day of virtual middle school on tuesday. she was sent home because she came into contact with someone who tested positive with the coronavirus detected getting never. but as you know, because this is going to be like nervous every day. like what's going to happen. what's happening here is happening over and over again at schools all throughout the county. but if you look at the los angeles unified school district as a whole 6,500 students missed one or more days. the first week of school and more than half of those absences were due to quarantine. it's an indication of a disturbing trend while overall cases of coronavirus in los angeles county dropped by 15% last week. cases among unvaccinated
children and teens nearly quadrupled. that spike is attributed to the start of in-person school and the fact that districts like la usd have rigorous testing protocols in place. >> you can see, a total of 3,186 new cases were reported this past week, many of them were from la ust where everyone is tested weekly. >> but for the family. the first week of school has been nothing more than an education in the risks. going back to class. >> i mean, me feel like very sad. i was very. very disappointing news. >> also tonight, the cdc is marking a milestone in its vaccination efforts. at least half of all americans aged 12 to 17 have had at least one dose of a covid vaccine. they're also new recommendations for schools as they start to reopen, which encourages vaccines and mask wearing. >> in our outbreak
investigations by skill for teens are large number of cases are general occurring in schools because schools are not falling for. that particularly our recommendations for teacher as well. students aged 12 and older to be vaccinated for everyone right now to be >> last winter cases in schools where more than 3 times lower than in the general public. the doctor is saying that's mostly because of strict enforcement of protections like masks. >> governor gavin newsom's recall election less than a month away. democrats rallying today for voters to say no. we'll let you know how they're trying to convince the bay area to keep governor newsom in office and also why space x was forced to delay the launch of falcon 9 today.
>> the next space x resupply mission for the international space station has been delayed because of bad weather. here is some video of past launches. the 23rd cargo mission was set to launch just after 1230 this morning from the kennedy space center in florida. it is now set for tomorrow. just after midnight, the capsule will carry 4800 pounds of supplies and science payloads to assist afterthoughts. but the variety of experiments, including how plants respond to environmental stresses of microgravity. pella time has now been subpoenaed by the department of justice and the department of homeland
security to supply documents concerning so did associated with its tread. plus treadmill the securities and exchange commission is also investigating the company's public disclosures of injuries associated with its products peloton issued a voluntary recall of its tread and tread plus treadmills back in may after the consumer products safety commission issued an urgent warning with one child was killed and multiple small children and the pet were injured beneath the machines. >> so much more to come tonight here on kron. 4 news at 10 o'clock. some of the vta light rail services will be once again operational starting tomorrow. let you know which trains you can finally catch after 3 months. plus, some of robert f kennedy's children. now condemning the decision to grant parole to their father's assassin. we'll ser hanser on step out of prison any time soon. plus also take a look at several rallies across the bay area today wilson support for governor gavin newsome in the
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some to call reports now from palo alto. >> ballots have been mailed out for weeks and election day is less than 3 weeks away with this. we call. >> passes. it's a disaster for this state. democratic state senator josh menlo park gathered, other elected leaders that don't park in east palo alto saturday pushing the electorate to support governor gavin newsome by voting against him that we have elections for reasons even election next year. if you post him, you can out next year. >> but spent 250 million dollars and are we call a new election next year. >> it's crazy. local democrats say the republican candidates who appear to pose the biggest challenges to new. some are not fit for the job. namely conservative talk show host larry elder and businessman john. i believe, is that this vote is a distraction and a waste of these democrats are stressing the importance of every single vote. they
believe the higher the turnout, the better it will work out for governor newsome. i am concerned that we can become complacent and not return about republicans have blasted newsome for his responses to the covid-19 pandemic. the growing homeless problem crime and wildfire protection. but democrats say some is addressing those issues effectively is really the right that we need to keep in the governor's office. if we lets trump, republicans take control sacramento tracker state back to 2 years. election day is september 14 in east palo alto. police to call from >> meanwhile, the los angeles district attorney has declined to prosecute larry elder, a leading candidate to unseat governor gavin newsome elders. former fiance accuses the radio talk show host of holding a 45 caliber revolver during an argument, a domestic abuse that happened 6 years ago. there is a one year statute of limitations on misdemeanor cases and prosecutors say they could not pursue accusations that were
made. but alexandra detained. elder is one of a dozen contenders hoping to replace newsom in the recall election on september 14th. >> caitlyn jenner, one of those other rivals looking to unseat governor gavin newsome held a town hall in southern california to talk about the issues facing california voters right now, polls show that support for the recall effort is growing. but jenner, though, is failing to gain traction with many california voters right now, larry elder has a double digit lead over his nearest competitors to unseat governor newsome just 7% of voters say they would cast a ballot for caitlyn jenner during the town hall. she attacked the governor for his leadership during the pandemic. gavin newsom. >> it wasn't for the people. he was out for himself. gavin newsome. wasn't for the workers. he was out for special interests. gavin newsome certainly was not for the kids. he was for the teachers unions and gavin newsome lived it up. while he
shot us down. >> new polling shows that more than 51% of voters support keeping governor newsom in office while just over 46% say they want to see him removed. >> monday is your last chance to register to vote by mail for the upcoming recall election registration forms are available at your registrar's office or website you can pick up the forms that the post office city clerk's office or any public library or the dmv. they do have to be postmarked by 05:00pm on monday. if you miss that deadline, you can visit the registrar's office or a voting location to register to vote through election day, which is september. 14 san francisco police say they will be out in force tonight as part of dui saturation patrols. >> those patrols under way right now and will last until 3 o'clock extra officers will be on the roads looking for drivers under the influence. the department says that crashes involving impaired
drivers can drop by as much as 20% when dui checkpoints and proactive patrols are done routinely. >> happening tomorrow vta light rail service will resume in the south bay for the first time in 3 months. the service was halted after a deadly shooting in may that killed 9 workers at the rail yard and starting tomorrow trains will be operating on a limited schedule along the orange and green lines. trains will run every half hour from 08:00am until 07:00pm. meanwhile, your evening tours at alcatraz island set to resume starting next month. >> it's the first time in more than a year, the tours will be offered on thursdays through mondays starting on september 9th visitors can take the ferry leaving from san francisco's pier. 33 starting at 6 o'clock in the evening for now, though, the tours will be limited to just a few 100 guest tonight. >> nearly 16 years to the day
after hurricane katrina decimated new orleans and much of the gulf coast people there are bracing tonight for another major hurricane could that could pack the same if not worst punch that country now. that's right. we're talking about hurricane ida. she is slowly gaining strength. >> and is expected to make landfall in louisiana overnight. david yeomans is in terrebone parish just south of new orleans. >> where in terrebone parish in the very small community of cocodrie. this is where the road ends as far south as you can go south of new orleans before the gulf of mexico and this locked behind me built in 2018 is the only thing holding back the gulf of mexico designed to hold 14 feet of ocean rise on the other side ocean rise may peak at 15 feet tomorrow as hurricane ida makes landfall earlier today as we were driving around the parish. we learned from local law enforcement that residents who chose to ignore the mandatory evacuation orders won't have anywhere to go.
>> so we did plan open the civic center as we publicized as a shelter, but as the situation progressed and based on the severity of this home. we cannot safely open a shelter for the citizens based this. it took a >> and this evacuation effort in louisiana has been massive earlier as our crew drove from austin along. i 10 traffic in the other direction stretch for 75 miles. as people left louisiana gas stations are closed. pumps are wrapped up and it's lpke this all the way back to new orleans first responders are reminding people that if they have chosen to stay behind when the winds across tropical storm strength and especially into hurricane strength. they will not be able to rescue people. we're in terrebone parish tonight. david yeomans, back to you. >> and now let's take a look at the track that hurricane ida wants to take and level strength hurricane. will it be when it makes landfall wall. it is expected to strengthen because of those warm gulf of mexico waters. so.
>> by the time it makes landfall early sunday morning. it's going to have sustained winds at a 130 miles per hour. that's going to make it a category 4 hurricane. and as you can see, it is going to weekend to a category 2 storm as it makes its track throughout the state of louisiana and then it's gradually going to downgrade into a tropical depression. but we are noticing, though, that outer bands of this storm now starting to make its way along the northern gulf coast states and they are expecting life threatening storm surge. in addition to that hurricane force winds 60 to 70 miles per hour anywhere from 8 to 16 inches of rain for the states of louisiana and even mississippi alone. localized amounts along the coast could be around 20 inches or less. and not only that, but there could be possible tornadoes that could spawn from this. and you can see this well-defined eye. so the next couple of hours certainly
going to be critical on the fortunately of hurricane katrina just 16 years ago in new orleans. so going to keep an eye on that from the kron 4 weather center and radar for tracking calm conditions for us here in the bay area. smoky hazy skies that is going to improve a little bit along the coast. we're going to see a change in wind direction out of the southwest 20 miles per hour or less. and also cooler temperatures downtown san francisco topping its warmest day of the year. today. 84 degrees cooling down 10 degrees to 74 for your sunday afternoon. so enjoy that in the mid 50's from on granada upper 50's for you with widespread mid 80's from brisbane all the way into burlingame low 90's for san carlos and san mateo and for those of you in the south bay san jose 88 degrees. santa clara, though, going to be hot there. so 95 degrees for those of you heading out to the game
tomorrow at levi stadium. so just keep that in mind. livermore 96 degrees at 4 pleasanton and also walnut creek and conquered in the mid 90's mid 80's for renda and moraga with richmond at 83 degrees nap in the upper 80's. but those of you in vacaville in solano county and pittsburgh triple digit heat. and out of the triple digits for nevada in santa rosa low to mid-nineties instead and taking a look ahead at your next 10 at 10 outlook cooling down with relieve arriving from coast to valleys by tuesday, bring a seasonal weather and overall looking like a great labor day weekend forecast as well. a little bit hot on monday for your labor day monday. but our coast and east bay shore lines looking amazing in the 60's. enjoy that jonathan just seen. back to you. thank you. >> in southern california. a mountain lion killed after attacking and injuring a 5 year-old boy. so this happened this morning just before 11 o'clock and fish and wildlife officials are saying the boy was attacked in the front yard
of his own home right near calabassas. the 65 pound mountain lion left the boy with wounds to his. >> head neck and upper torso and the child's mother was the one who fought off the line by striking it with her bare hands multiple times and she was finally able to get that mount line off of her son. the parents then rushed the boy to the hospital. officials. they can't believe how this all happened. let's listen. >> i this the craziest thing is that each of these 5 attacks that occurred in the last since may of 2019 have all been very similar where the parents are pretty close by. they have seen this happen and they have managed to fight off the attacking line. you know, i think any parents instincts would kick and i suppose and you do what you have to do. but do wonder how could this happen. >> experts are saying that mountain lions are generally said that the potential for
being killed or injured by a mountain lion is very low compared to many other natural hazards. >> more visitors, meanwhile, are coming back to san francisco, but a full recovery could still be years away. that's a warning san francisco's travel association. it says that nearly 16 million tourists will visit the city this year, which is 5 million more than last year. but it still 39% below what we saw in 2019 international tourism still down 76% compared to 2019 the travel association says it does not expect a full global recovery until 2025. >> still ahead, there are new developments and britney spears alleged battery case have her housekeeper is describing being attacked by the pop star. >> marching in america's capital today. the rally to mark the anniversary of the original march on washington nearly 60 years ago. their call for voting rights today.
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>> 58 years after doctor martin luther king junior led the original march on washington. voting rights advocates are back. demanding new federal voting rights act. thousands of voting right activists brought their fight over access to the ballot box to washington saturday. 58 years after doctor martin luther king junior made the same plea. the protesters are worried the voting rights are slipping away, particularly and republican led states earlier this week. the house passed the john lewis voting rights act, alabama congresswoman terri sewell and texas congresswoman sheila jackson lee say now it's time for the senate to do the same age. you to call all senators and tell them they must pass hr now. >> is their courage in this place is their courage in united states senate is their courage in america. senate republicans have all promised to block the legislation. they say the bill amounts to a federal takeover of state elections.
>> the senate is expected to take up federal voting rights legislation when they return next month. reporting in washington, rashad hudson. back to you. >> some robert f kennedy's children are now condemning the decision to grant parole to their father's assassin. more than 52 years after he was sentenced to death. sir hanser han was granted parole by california board, the 77 year-old was convicted of assassinating cutting kennedy back in 1968 2 of kennedy's 9 surviving children pushed for sirhan's released. but 6 released a statement denouncing the decision it read in part as children of robert f kennedy. we are devastated that the man who murdered our father has been recommended for parole. our father's death is a very difficult matter for us to discuss publicly. we adamantly opposed the and release of sir hans are high. >> britney spears alleged battery case haa now moved one step further. according to tmz, the ventura county
sheriff's department wrapped up its investigation to britneys house keepers claim of battery from last week and now it has been forwarded its findings to the district attorney's office in this case there were reportedly 2 versions. the housekeeper says britney struck her in the arm. brittany said all she did was swiped the phone out of her hand. the sheriff. doesn't know which version is true. that's where the cases move forward. housekeeper reportedly suffered no physical injuries and texas. a robot powered commercial laundry facility with an eco-conscious mindset. >> is now planned for a high traffic business pardon northern san marcus just outside of austin and reporter jalah washington tells us how this new creation brings business to the city. >> listen, if you plug it into your gps. this new robo laundry business is going up right here. about 30 minutes outside of austin sell the city of san marcus tells me it thinks it's going to continue
attracting new and innovative businesses like this to the area. at the crystal river in employees here spend a lot of their time doing laundry. >> all day every day you're doing cows and sheets and over again and over again. >> get the deal and never thought she'd see the day a robo powered laundry business with come to no, but she knows it would say hotels like hers a lot of time. the idea that the robots might actually fold it. that's green-friendly certified company called co-operative laundry is renovating this 90,000 square foot facility right next to the amazon. according to the company, it says robots will be able to watch full count and low laundry into trucks fits in with the innovation and kind of advanced manufacturing and technology component that the city has been looking to recruit city of san marcus is economic and business development manager kelsey lee says this will bring nearly 150 warehouse jobs, though the majority of
the work will be done by robots and that they will be at least $15 an hour with company benefits. 100 of those jobs would meet the hays county average wage lee says a city agreement with the company's focuses on sustainability. >> it would be a game changer. you >> that was general washington reporting for us tonight. still to come here on kron 4 news at 10 o'clock as fire crews battle flames on the front lines and golden retrievers providing some much needed support for the heroes will show you so much love the fire crews have for the dog. >> and coming up, a final check of your forecast. details ahead on what you can expect for the 2nd half of your weekend after the break. make this the summer
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>> a golden retriever in northern california has been pretty busy giving some support to the frontline heroes as they're battling wildfires does his best to ease stress by spending time with the fire crews there, although he's doing a great job. can always use more help a go fund me page has now been set up that rights and more therapy dogs like him to a number of areas. if you'd like to help out to search first responder therapy dogs which is set up by heidi carmen. so you can donate so they can go out there and help have ever seen a dog. >> a mask before before. i a couple for you.
>> many students across the country are experiencing different types of challenges as they continue this new school year and that includes a visually impaired girl in texas who just boarded her school bus on her own for the very first time. the 9 year-old girls bus driver is also getting praise for going the extra mile, making sure that she made it home safe even in the rain. the girl's mother says the 2 are now pretty good friends. in fact, her bus rides to and from school. all right. the favorite parts of her day. that is so sweet as it should be. nice love running the buses >> what age bracket, though like when i 8 or 9, okay. like middle school school bus. no, you're not rough. go hole time period. >> anyway. yes, good to see
some happy stories out there and we're hoping for some good news in the weather department as well. he's got 4 meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez to get you ready to head off to bed and out the door first thing in the morning be that. >> still. my or mike is bad so here's what i'm over here's what i'll do. i'll just come over and finishes off you get whether well, i don't know about where you're actually going to do the here's what we're going to expect for the. >> for the over the >> we're going to see temperatures in the 60's around the bay area and obviously things are going to warm up as we move further in london right now. that's what we're dealing with. hard to believe it's still 81 degrees right now in pittsburgh. so just give you an idea of just how warm things were today. we're actually talking about.
here in san francisco. we got up to what 81 degrees today, which is like the warmest that we got all year long. just to give you an idea what we were dealing with all day long here. things were sizzling. they were hot and smoky as well. but as we are tracking, things are going to be like that tomorrow as we moving the sunday as well. >> i got it on video. mark, this that feel. you did great. didn't i mean, fake it till you make jonathan mccall, do whether the navy so you are certified meteorologist. i mean, i dabble in some stuff we wise or microphone working can still >> over the working at all. we can push some buttons on 10. oh, it's moving cnn even know i'm going for the rest of our the north bay. wait. yeah. this issue
>> i mean, shown tomorrow temperatures. and again, which one there. there you hot tomorrow. 96 further inland conquered and 96 san francisco and 74th still going to be warm. >> as we've been saying all day long. and as you can see, 10 for 10. >> to that end, i should say is we're rolling out for the rest of the week. tuesday is when we're going to see some fresh air things finally start to clear out and as you can see. more heat on the way. >> been an interesting tonight in prime zoom
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