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>> fighting the flames. firefighters were able to get gain at containment on the caldor fire will have an update from the staging area and heavenly ski resorts. and let the music play bottle rockets picked off an app and one headliner just cancel their parents will tell you plus, we'll tell you what caused a 911, outage today in san francisco. kron 4 news at 3 starts right now. >> now from the area's local news station. this is kron. 4 news at 3. >> the caldor fire continues
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to spread near south lake tahoe but firefighters got some help overnight from light winds and higher humidity thank you for joining us here on kron, 4 news at 3. i'm sanaz tahernia today is the start of the labor day weekend. a time when a lot of people from the bay area. typically drive to tahoe for a relaxing holiday weekend. but as richard sharp shows us this year heavenly resort isn't being used as this stage. it is being used rather for a as a staging area for firefighters. >> here at heavily this is fire camp. there is a lot of activity. this is one of the staging areas. and you can see all of the fire trucks from all over the country. we've seen some as far away as colorado. and i want to draw attention up there on the hill. take a look at all the tense is where a lot of the people are camping and this is a great staging area because having these pressed up right against the wild land area and protect downtown said lake tahoe. so the great place to have a lot of the firefighters that are going to be fighting this fire. bia concern is keeping it away from heavily and of course, south lake tahoe. what says. some of the videos we shot over that
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because really interesting kind of battle for the flames on one leg of the fire up near the kirkwood area near kirkwood lake. we saw basically one whole valley on fire. they were doing some controlled burns trying to keep the fire away from kirkwood. the resort there and all of the cabin surrounding that. and then on the other side of kirkwood is caples lake. there was some controlled burns going on there as well. using highway 88 is kind of a fire break. then a little bit earlier. just before dawn. we came up through christmas valley a lot steeper terrain and the fire was burning up the side of the mountain there. they were using highway 89 as a fire breaking. in fact, we saw they're not only making a lot of the trees to them back and getting rid of some of the scrub brush. they also put fire retardant on the other side of highway 89 to kind of slow the fire down should it crossed one of the many tactics they have. the great news is the weather is working for the firefighters is going to be trucks coming and going. we're seeing just basically a lot of trucks moving out of here and go into the fire line or coming back the ones that
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have been overnight trying to get a little bit of a respite that haven't richard sharp. >> historically dry grass continues to fuel the spread of the dixie fire burning in 5 northern california counties. take a look at this. this is video taken by a rancher in plumas county who says they lost their fences and the grass, which would have served as feed for their cattle. the dixie fire so far has burned more than 868,000 acres and is now 55% contained. and an air quality advisory for the bay area has been extended through labor day. this is a live look outside right now. our mount tam camera, the advisory is issued by the bay area. air quality management district and is in reaction to the wildfire smoke pollution levels are expected to be high. there's currently no spare the air alerts, all the residents children and people with respiratory issues. however, are encouraged to limit their exposure to the smoke. and a warning for people planning to celebrate
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this labor day on lake berryessa know charcoal barbecues or campfires will be allowed this weekend. not county is issuing fire restrictions at the lake and those restrictions will last until further notice due to concerns over fire danger last august. the lnu caught lightning complex fire tore through the lake berryessa area. and a reminder that all of california's national forests are closed this labor day weekend. the forest service says the decision was made to provide better public and firefighter safety due to the extreme fire conditions. now those caught entering forest service lands could face a fine of up to $5,000 for violating closure orders. the closures extended through at least september 17th. and a warning from the coast guard who says there will be a limited number of first responders by the beaches of lake tahoe this weekend. so they're asking families to avoid swimming or boating on the water for now, the coast guard san francisco sector
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said in a statement, quote, current conditions in the lake tahoe region present a persistent and serious threat to the health and safety of mariners as such. we strongly urge mariners to avoid any on water activities at lake tahoe until local wildfires have been contained and air quality has improved. let's talk about our weather now as we take a live look outside at the san mateo bridge that haze is still hanging overhead. prof are meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez joins us now with what we can expect this holiday weekend. recent. there's yeah. hot and hazy will be on tap for your labor day weekend forecast. we are getting a little bit of a break throughout the san francisco peninsula this afternoon. >> thanks to that marine layer. it is pretty stubborn, especially along our beaches. but better clearing, as you make your way in london. we are tracking cooler temperatures along the san francisco peninsula coastline as a result. everyone else seeing anywhere from 5 to upwards of 10 degrees of warming out there. livermore
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87 degrees dublin. also in the mid 80's thinks that double digit warm up right there. oakland 69 degrees with widespread 70's for most of the north bay. but novato even warmer than that. currently at 84 degrees. so warmer air mass today and that trend is going to continue all weekend long. even through your labor day monday when trucker for tracking some northerly winds, pretty breezy throughout downtown san francisco, 20 miles per hour sustained winds are less everyone else in the single digits or teens this afternoon and don't forget rock out this weekend but make sure to do it safely. bottle rock napa valley festival kicks off today and it's going to continue all weekend long with temperatures peaking in the low 90's by sunday and even mild temperatures for your saturday and sunday night and we are tracking a warming trend for most of the bay area with triple digit heat returning on your monday for your labor day weekend. details ahead on your full labor day weekend forecast in just a few minutes. and also back to you. thank a brace on
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now despite the poor air quality and concerns over the delta variant of the bottle. rock music festival kicked off today in napa. >> kron four's charles clifford was there and has the latest on covid safety measures and what headliner just canceled their appearance. >> all right. i'm sitting in downtown napa where the bottle rock music festival has kicked off. they open the gates up at noon on friday. people already streaming in for this three-day event. headliner on friday was supposed to be chris stapleton. he actually canceled on friday afternoon saying i was for non covid related reasons and he apologized to fans. that leaves brandi carlile as the headliner on friday. then guns n roses and miley cyrus headline on saturday with the foo fighters on sunday and the big change this year is that you have to show proof of vaccination to get into the concert, you have to be fully vaccinated or you have to agree to be tested and have a negative result within 72 hours of being let into the festival. i talked to several people today, including 2 women from morgan hill who couldn't go to the concerts last year and they're super
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excited to be here. now. >> i'm so excited to be here. has music and good food super excited to be back here and enjoying the weather and the good drinks and all the people. more than a 120,000 people are expected to attend a bottle rocket this year. the event is completely sold out for anyone who's coming up to the concert plan ahead parking will be tightened again. remember, you do need to show proof of vaccination or proof of a negative test. if you want to get in. but for now in the north bay. charles clifford kron. 4 news. >> and while it is labor day millions of people are heading to the airports to get out of town. the cdc is issuing a travel warning amid the rise of covid cases across the country. kron four's camila barco checks at the situation over at sfo. >> well, the airport got a whole lot busier in just in the last hour. this is a line to get through tsa just in terminal 2 and people continue to file an hundreds of passengers are ready to live this weekend. but the cdc is
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asking people only who are vaccinated to travel and those who did not get a covid shot are asked to stay home. health experts say the rate of transmission and hospitalizations continue to go up holiday. weekends are always a cause for concern because the chances of the virus spreading increases. there were more than a 158,000 new confirmed cases across the nation on monday alone. so now the cdc asked people who have gotten their covid shot to mask up keep their distance. so far. every person here at sfo is doing just that. it's also requirement when you board a flight, however, there will be people who still fly and are unvaccinated the cdc urges those passengers to get tested before and after they travel self monitor for any symptoms and where. ask health experts say people can take the safety precautions, but they need to consider their risk of covid-19 when they travel some passengers say that they feel comfortable
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getting on a flight. well, i mean, pretty much feel safe just as long as you know, i got my mask on and. >> you know, they got the hippa filters in their scything a pretty it's pretty good to see the i don't mind flying because they need the work. >> now, last year tsa screened more than 3 million passengers during the holiday weekend. that was before vaccines were made available. so there's a chance that number could be even higher this year at sfo camila barco kron 4 news. >> the roads are expected to be busy as well. triple a says it expects about 42 million people to head out on the road this holiday weekend. so if you are planning to fill up today here. the average gas prices in the bay area in oakland. you can expect to pay around $4.46 in san francisco. it sits at $4 and $0.56 in san jose. the average is $4 and 4945 rather sense. and in the north bay in sandra fell. you will shell out $4 and $0.50 a
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say the shooting happened just before one 30 this morning in the southbound lanes near the junction with highway one. now when officers got to the scene, they say they found a gold suv that had crashed multiple people had to be taken to local hospitals to be treated for their injuries. the highway reopened around 4.30 this morning, but highway patrol is still investigating what led to that shooting. in the south bay. now police are searching for the driver of a bmw involved in a deadly hit of that crash. you can see the crushed black bmw sedan. police say at 1030, last night. the driver of the bmw was driving west on santa clara street and went through a red light at 10th street. that's when they say the driver hit a nissan suv pushing it into a store front.
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the driver also hit a black acura suv you see in the video police say the male driver got out of the car and ran away from the steen scene and police are still searching for him today. officers say a man in the passenger seat of the nissan died at the scene. 2 other people were injured and anyone with information on the driver of the bmw is asked to call police. a power outage at san francisco's office of emergency emergency management building interrupted the city's 911 system for a few hours, which meant some emergency calls weren't answered right away. 3, 1, 1, and other city services were also impacted. the power has since been restored and an investigation is underway in what caused it to happen. kron four's maureen kelly has the latest. >> officials say what caused the power outage at the church street building that houses the city's office of emergency management just before 07:00am is still a bit of a mystery, but it does not appear to be a pg issue and was instead an
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internal clinch that caused the disruption of city government network systems. >> and a whole host of problems, network issues impacted both our primary and backup networks that lead into the emergency data system. the executive director of the department says it's a scenario they train for and 911, operators seen here in prepandemic file video had to switch to manual mode. we were down for about 2 hours. we were able to afford calls to other mobile devices and so and then for calls that were not picked up immediately or got a busy system. we have a system. that captures those numbers. and so we were able to call those. those not callers back. if we did not city fire truck was parked outside its crew embedded inside at this time. they do not know how many calls were not answered right away, but both the police and fire chief say their crews were at the ready. we went right into what
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we call battalion control to ensure that our resources, we're all still good to go. and we had proper communication. >> the outage also impacted 3, 1, 1, i just happened to call this morning before work and listen to hold music for about 20 minutes before hanging up. >> other systems were slower to come back online and other city departments were also affected. here's a tweet from the department of building inspection saying the permit office was closed to customers because of a network wide internet outage affecting city government by 01:00pm. they tweeted again saying things are back to normal. the head of the department of emergency management says they're still investigating what caused this outage, but it does not appear to be manmade or any kind of sabotage. >> she also said they are working to make sure it does not happen again. maureen. kelly kron 4 news. >> time for a check on our weather now. this is a live look at the golden gate bridge extremely foggy out there. we've seen a mixture of fog
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and haze. today's let's turn things over to kron on the kron 4 meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez embrace nausea and we're tracking better clearing by this weekend. thanks to the warm-up heading our way already under way for most of the east bay shoreline and our inland valleys. for those of you along the coast. it won't arrive until tomorrow. let's take a look, though, at our latest drought monitor map. no change, in fact, are kind of stuck in a rut still under extreme to exceptional drought conditions out there right now in the bay area and also for most of california as well as the sierra still under that extreme category and taking a live look outside for the east bay over berkeley. we are seeing hazy skies out there. so no, not the marine layer in fact, that's just well off along the coast. pretty stubborn hugging the bay area coastline out there right now for your friday afternoon. but we're going to see less and at marine layer in the coming days. in overnight shallow at best. we're going to notice quick clearing by your saturday morning and
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afternoon. and with that warmer temperatures but temperatures out there right now. quite the spread 64 degrees for half moon, bay, low 60's for those of you in downtown san francisco. but up into the mid 80's for livermore. an antioch out there right now. so about a 25 degree difference for those of you in hayward warming up into the low 70's napa and allay hope currently in the mid 70's and overnight lows. widespread low to mid 50's. but 2 outliers tonight overnight, we're going to see santa rosa cooling down to 48 degrees. so chillier forecast there a little bit milder for those of you in and talk in the low 60's. but daytime highs tomorrow about 5 degrees above average from coastal valleys, even downtown san francisco warming up to 72 degrees. those of you in oakland, 77 degrees in concord. n livermore in the mid 90's and we're tracking low 90's for north bay valleys in santa rosa and avato in san jose mild temperatures there in the mid 80's as we take a look ahead at your long holiday
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weekend outlook. temperatures could be as much as 10 degrees above average has our heat wave peaks on monday with triple digit weather returning inland 70's along the coast and 80's along the bay. back to use the thank of resign. and now to a recall notice for parents and childrens at 2 in one step stool and seat is being recalled for a potential safety hazard. >> the consumer product safety commission is warning parents to stop using the step to step up sidekick learning towers. the product is marketed as a 2, one step stool unseat the learning towers has received numerous reports of the steps and storage trees detaching and one report of a child falling because of it. parents on this product should discontinue use and get a refund from the retailer. it was purchased from. and in some tech news now, apple says they're delaying the planned to scan us iphones for images of child abuse. the company revealed last month that it was working on a tool to detect known images of child
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abuse. the feature which can files before they are uploaded to the i cloud the announcement caused concern from privacy advocates say they're concerned that apple would have access to customers pictures on their phones. now the company based on that feedback, it decided to take additional time over the coming months to collect input and make improvements before releasing that update. and take a quick break. but coming up, president biden visited louisiana today to see first hand. the damage left behind by hurricane ida. >> we'll break down his visit with a live reports. plus, we'll tell you what precautions are being taken to make sure the recall election is secure for news at 3. we'll be right back.
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>> some cybersecurity experts from across the country are urging the california secretary of state's due to do a special audit of governor newsom's recall election. this comes after sensitive software for the voting systems used in most counties was released by my pillow ceo mike lindell ashes well explains how state leaders and election officials are responding. >> california could be the next state at the center of the nation's debate on election's integrity and security. a group of cyber security. researchers are urging the california secretary of state to do is statewide risk-limiting audit after the recall election.
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that kind of audit reviews, paper ballots to detect any possible interference. the request comes weeks after my pillow ceo mike lindell hosted an election fraud event and released software for the dominion voting systems election management system that system is used in 40 of california's 58 counties in a letter to secretary of state shirley weber. the group wrote while the software versions are not identical to those used in california differences are relatively minor. the release materially elevates threats to the trustworthiness of the election. anything that erodes the confidence voters had in the elections process is is about donna johnston is the president of the california association of clerks and elections officials. she's also the clerk of centre county, which uses dominion voting systems. she says installing the election software is a very secure process. she says all counties. those using dominion or not must physically pick up the software from the secretary of state's office only certain individuals can get it that we take that put
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it on to you. >> our system. but verify that system is indeed there. correct system is working properly and everything we have in walk is a goal location. california has done risk-limiting audits. but the secretary of state's office noted state law currently does not provide for one for this recall election. it's unclear if that can change with less than 2 weeks left until the election date and with less than one week left in the legislative session. the secretary of health. the state office is really good with communicating with all elections officials and letting us know what's going on. leaders of the state senate and assembly elections committees would not comment friday security experts and state leaders acknowledge california has a long history of having solid election security in sacramento, ashley zavala kron 4 news. >> coming up on kron 4 news at 3. we'll show you how one parlor in san jose is canned rolling their eyes spain. plus, will also tell you about covid rules passed by an east
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>> today president biden toward the damage caused by hurricane ida in louisiana. gary burton was with the president joins us now with more on his message to the hurricane victims. scary.
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>> is president biden landed here in new orleans at about 01:00pm to lay his eyes on the damage that hurricane ida produced. >> here in parts of southern the week. >> 16 years and 5 days after hurricane katrina made landfall, president joe biden landed in new orleans. the purpose of the trip to see the damage from hurricane ida firsthand and meet with local leaders to find out what they need from the federal government and folks. >> know you're hurting. i know you're hurting. >> his first stop la plus and the saint john's parish emergency operations center followed by a tour of one of the many neighborhoods that were destroyed. >> to see just exactly what happened on the ground. see what's going on in people's homes. a lot of people fear. for example, because they don't have cell connections. we're all aware of what available help there is right now to get the storm is one of the strongest in american
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history. destroying communities and leaving hundreds of thousands without power. >> the message that the president wants to demonstrate to all those affected is that we are all in this together. >> this isn't about being a democrat or republican. we're americans and we'll get through this together. it just got to remember we not only have to build back. we have to build back better than it was before. >> the president had a call with the ceo of entergy to make sure that they know this is all hands on deck and whatever is needed from the federal government will be provided and that's the same case for the people as well. we have seen lines packed at the pumps in stores as people search for gas and food trying to make it through the next 24 hours. >> and the president will be leaving louisiana at about 06:00pm and afterwards. he's headed to the northeastern part of the u.s. what we know and they also spirit experience devastation because of hurricane ida as well.
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>> reporting live in new or time. gary burden back to you. thank you for that report. gary. >> now president biden is visiting louisiana today. thousands remain out of power in new york in the aftermath of hurricane ida. the storm is being blamed for the deaths of 46 people. take a look at the satellite pictures showing before and after the storm. these were taken in new brunswick, new jersey. this is another look at new jersey. one woman is concerned for her 66 year-old grandmother who stranded and can't get through the flooded streets. >> her that there is like people like getting out and grab some stuff. but like i don't know how she did manage to get out. i mean, she's older person. so must be worried. i am very wary. and like. it's horrible. >> and take a look at this. the storm caused a road in portsmouth, rhode island to crumble it to pieces. the national weather service says ida dumped more than 9 inches
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of rain on parts of new jersey, pennsylvania. massachusetts and rhode island. talk about our weather here in the bay area. as we take a live look outside at downtown san francisco. we swear. that is a camera shot of downtown francisco. you can see anything, though proper meteorologista rees rodriguez is here with that weekend forecast it is thick out there. yeah, it really is. but at coit tower clear blue skies as far as the eye can see a little bit hazy out there. but. >> we are tracking some breezy winds out of the northwest 20 miles per hour less for downtown san francisco helping to push that fog bank right along the immediate coastline. but temperatures tomorrow going to see a nice warm up. we're going to track about 5 to 10 degrees of warming for most of our coastal cities with downtown san francisco and mission district warming up to 72 degrees. mid 60's for daly city and half moon bay going to be mild there in the low 70's for the start of your long holiday weekend forecast millbrae and burlingame in the mid 80's their most winds
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throughout the san francisco peninsula out of the west-southwest at 20 miles per hour or less redwood city 85 degrees. but san mateo and san carlos flirting with 90's in the upper 80's there at 88 degrees with widespread low 90's for most of the south bay. but san jose 86 degrees at this cupertino. but campbell hot temperatures there. 92 degrees for your saturday afternoon livermore about 5 degrees above average warming up into the mid 90's as our walnut creek and concord. but upper 70's for berkeley with richmond in the mid 80's tracking more of a northerly flow for most of the north bay and east bay valleys. so we are going to notice that offshore wind influence warming up temperatures anywhere from the 80's to 90's for most of the north bay that trying to flirt with that triple digit heat at 97 degrees. but napa 86 degrees and santa rosa and nevado in the low 90's as a sandra fell. taking a look ahead at your next 7 day outlook. we're going to continue that warming trend
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peaking on your labor day monday with triple digit heat inland about 10 degrees above average. there and widespread 70's 80's along the coast and east bay shoreline into we cool down to near average by early this upcoming week back to you soon. us. thank every sound. students in the alameda unified school district will now be required to wear masks indoors and outdoors regardless of vaccination status. >> students who are not vaccinated will also have to be tested for covid monthly the school board passed both measures last night. the mask rule will be in effect until winter break and reviewed on november. first it is unclear how long the testing requirements will be in place. meanwhile, contra costa county health officials have released new guidance when it comes to covid-19 and youth sports activities. kron four's. dan thorn has details. >> face coverings testing physical distancing and getting vaccinated. all things we've gotten familiar with over the last year and a half in contra, costa county health leaders are right now focusing
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on how those things relate to youth sports and activities really important because schools have started back up and it started back up of the time. we're in the midst of of us are just search. that's, you know, worst in our service last summer county, health officer doctor chris farnitano says masking is being strongly recommended for all participants coaches. staff volunteers and spectators involved in outdoor sports regardless of vaccination status. masking is already required for indoor sports and activities except those settings where a mask poses a safety issue such as wrestling or swimming. and if possible high risk indoor activities such as dancing cheer or choir are being recommended to be moved outside we've seen, you know, kids coming down with covid. we've seen. outbreaks associated with extracurricular activities. we really want to do. >> the most to minimize because kids under the age of 12 are not yet able to be vaccinated. health leaders say schools and youth organizations need to be especially aware of the risks.
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those who are old enough for being told it's best to be fully vaccinated and those who are not vaccinated are being told to get tested regularly or be limited from high-risk close contact sports. >> such as football. as for preventing the spread of covid-19 off of the field the time spent in locker rooms should be limited along with mask wearing on team buses. and if the team travels out of state following cdc guidelines and we're hoping it is schools are all following these guidelines of other. >> private clubs and another non-school youth activities. follow these guidelines will be able to keep the cases will be able to keep these activities going reporting in orinda. dan thorn kron 4 news. >> stay with us here on 4 news at 3. coming up, we'll have a live interview talking about how the business world is responding to the newly passed abortion ban in texas. plus our caldor fire coverage continues with a look at some of the animals have been rescued from the fire. i
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scream you scream. we all scream for ice cream coming up next in dine and dish will show you where you can get a unique scoop. >> in the south bay.
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grown to more than a dozen bay area locations. >> just how really that's one way to cool down ice icicles ice cream is all the rage here in san jose's willow. glen neighborhood on a hot day. >> it's pretty crazy. over here. you know, standing room only in a line out the door. instead of scooping, they're scraping icicles serves of ice cream from scratch that rolled over from thailand. so we just brought it over here. so we figured, you know, it's something different. something new. you know, usually see scooped ice cream. but here we do roll those more they're a fun flavors like strawberry fantasy. got to watch. i and the tele and originally from thai street vendors this
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adapted version is find a real fan base. the ball in the south bay and beyond. >> trying try something it's tough. there's a long line because the line. >> icicles is rolling out other locations around the bay and just about anywhere you're looking to chill in san jose the aac is kron. 4 >> now. we are always looking for great places to dine in or get takeout in your neighborhood so grab your phone and scan the qr code on your screen. it will take you directly to our dine and dish web page where you can submit your favorite restaurant for us to future. >> coming up after the break, we'll have a live interview talking about what the abortion ban there could mean for businesses left california
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pandemic. the number of high-profile businesses left california and relocated to texas. >> now the conservative state of texas has passed a restrictive abortion ban that not only prohibits abortions, past 6 weeks of gestation. but it also allows private citizens to sue anyone who helps someone get an abortion.
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so does that mean for businesses coming from the more liberal state of california join us now to talk about the abortion bans impact on business. there is national business reporter shabani joshi. she want to thank you so much for joining us today. i can imagine a lot of businesses didn't even think that this was going to be an issue when they left california and went to texas. most of them, i would think it did for, you know, fiscal reasons. what kind of impact you think it's going to have for for those entrepreneurs from the business and the company's there. >> well, we know that this is huge issue that is causing ripple, raves all around the country. but what we have not heard from corporate america or silicon valley companies or even the companies that have relocated to the texas area is the effect that it is happy having within corporate america. we've heard crickets silence at a big companies, including tesla oracle, hewlett packard enterprise. just a number of the companies that have left california to go to texas. and really we've
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seen that. we've seen. that is as a sea change big technology companies big corporations have become increasingly political active over the years on issues including immigration voter suppression, even transgendered bathrooms so the silence is is kind of confusing right now. considering how many other issues at the industry has been vocal about. >> it is really interesting to why they might be maybe it is a fiscal reason. maybe it's for other reasons. maybe it's their own opinions. >> you know, the businesses that came from california to texas. as you mentioned, they've been silent. what about businesses that are already in texas. i mean. >> roe v wade has been in effect for so long. business owners in texas, although there are conservatives in test texas. they're also liberals in texas as well. what would it mean for them. >> well, we have a couple of issues at hand. one of the reasons that experts are saying that corporate america has been silent on the issue is because of the speed at
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which that les legislation was passed. we all heard about it when it became an acted. and so we're interpreting at least from the business angle right now that the silence can be interpreted as companies trying to find their way, trying to figure out what they're going to say on this issue which we know is a political hot button issue. but an issue all across the board. that being texas republican governor greg abbott did come out on tv yesterday on cnbc and defended the restrictions saying that businesses and residents both say that they think this is a you know, a positive thing. there has been no backtrack according to the governor by the businesses that have been looking relocate to texas that it in fact is attracting businesses. if they are looking escape legislation certain parameters that business is still texas is still open for business and this is an the state as of yet. we know that the ripple effect could also take weeks, months and years to unfold as
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well. really quick shabani. what would you say is the biggest take away for businesses, whether they came from california or in texas with this new with this new ban. >> well, you what i'm seeing all across. corporate america is that we're paying so much more attention the interests of employees of all different kinds, whether it's people of color, of different faiths nationalities and of course of different genders. and we're seeing all sorts of initiatives coming to the table dow, which is headquartered in texas. what's 50% of its employees to female by the year 2030. what we do know now is that corporate america cannot be silent on these issues that affect 50% of the population. so it's not just it's a matter of when and smaller companies like match, dot com and bumble have already come out stated their position saying that they will set up funds for women, but we're waiting for the bigger players to come in because we know that's where the sea
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change affect will take place. >> alright national business reporter shabani just really appreciate your time. thank you so much. >> beam me to the ceremony after the break, we'll show the futuristic way. a bridesmaid was able to attend her friend's wedding despite
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a fire near south. the royal links and james donlon antioch agency says the fire has burned about 2 acres so far and they're asking everyone. >> so avoid that area. we'll keep an eye on that and provide you updates throughout the day on kron on the caldor fire continues to burn in el dorado and amador counties. and it's not just people losing their homes to the fire. our furry and feathered friends are suffering as well. and emo and a flock of chickens are just some of the animals at the south county large animal shelter in plaster ville several animal rescue groups traveling to el dorado county are helping with the evacuations of goats pigs, cows and other farm animals. the eldorado county animal services is overseeing the rescue and care of more than 1800 animals across 3 counties. and one bridesmaid gets futuristic to attend a friend's wedding amid covid-19 restrictions she was beamed in by hologram. now the projections seemingly appears out of nowhere and she
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delivers are small speech and then disappears in a flash of light. many guests comparing the scene to start track. she was in london at the time while the wedding took place in canada. no word yet on how much of that hologram costs. but i do know that tupac didn't coachella one year himself and he's obviously passed. time now to check in with newsnation to see what they're working on for us tonight. >> tonight on the donlon report, a huge disappointment fewer americans are going back to work. the white house labor secretary talks with me about why so many don't want to and the industry's most in trouble. now here's leland better with a preview of on ballots. >> thanks, adrian. division over the texas abortion restrictions. why one of the nation's most conservative news outlet is bashing the new state law and why the law might not stand the test of time. that's coming up on balance tonight followed by news nation, prime. >> newsnation airs at 08:00pm our time. you can find it on the channels listed here. we
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also have details on our website kron 4 dot com. now before we go, let's get one last check of our forecast from kron 4 meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez. yeah, not only is it a long holiday weekend. but also bottle rock back in napa valley. this weekend starting tonight. >> so let's get right to it. we're tracking a mixture of smoke and fog, also known as smog throughout the bay area, bringing moderate to poor air particles and that's really going to be the story all weekend long above average temperatures, very hazy conditions out there and smoke tracker is going to track those poor air particles streaming through the bay area for your saturday and sunday until we noticed some improvement by early this upcoming week. thanks to the return of those cooler temperatures. but your bottle rock forecast going to show warmer weather mid 80's by saturday heating up into the low 90's for the 2nd half of your weekend by tomorrow. we're going to be about 5 degrees above average from coast to bally's, downtown san
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francisco warming up to the low 70's at 72 degrees. hayward flirting with 80's at 79 degrees mountain view and redwood city both in the mid 80's with mid 90's for innermost valleys in the east bay for conquered in livermore and napa. as we saw 86 degrees with a lay home in the upper 80's taking a look ahead, though, at your next 7 day forecast temperatures warming up sunday into monday, about 5 to 10 degrees above average with our warmest inland valleys heating up into the triple digits with 70's and 80's along the coast and east bay shoreline until we start to cool down by tuesday of this upcoming week. thanks to that cool sea breeze. and we should notice some air particles with air quality also streaming out things to those westerly breeze is helping to improve our air quality in the bay area back to you soon thank you. member isa. >> and while it is almost 4 o'clock. don't worry. the news doesn't end here. our coverage continues at the top of the hour on our kron on app. here's a look at what is coming up. we'll have a live
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