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lotus vicki liviakis. police have not officially confirmed the cause of death, but they are investigating it. >> as a possible fentanyl poisoning it happened this morning when police say the teenager was found unresponsive. in their home, the school district to send out a message to parents. in a statement today, officials wrote, quote, this is this investigation is in the very early stages. we do not know how the student who died of taint the narcotics or from whom we're actively investigating whether this is related to fentanyl poisoning. we know that family is grieving that a school community is grieving and that we have pulled in every available resource to try and bring justice to the student and their family. >> santa clara county health officials say fentanyl overdose deaths in that county rose from 29 deaths in 2019 to 135 deaths in 2021. during a press conference today, county supervisors acknowledge the
problem saying that they have formed a group to try to target large scale traffickers of fentanyl and other drugs like cartels. they also say they want to increase education in the community. >> fentanyl is everywhere from the wealthiest neighborhoods to the most disadvantaged. don't kid yourself. no one is immune from this deadly drug. regardless of their background. regardless of where you live. >> supervisors say many of the county's fentanyl deaths are among teenagers and young adults. the effort to clean up san francisco's tenderloin is getting another boost to the city surpassed its goal of hiring more than 200 workers to help people experiencing homelessness are who have mental health or substance abuse issues. those new workers include pharmacists, behavioral health, clinicians and other health workers. mayor london breed says one reason she declared an emergency in the tenderloin was to expedite the hiring of these workers claiming otherwise it would have taken several months to bring them on board. now to a story you
will only see on kron 4 former oakland city employee who was hired to help victims of gender-based violence claims that she was fired as a result of gender-based violence and the person she's accusing is are old boss. >> now the woman is demanding to be reinstated and promoted. earlier today she spoke exclusively to our kron four's. has made you? >> before you started experiencing problems in your position as the deputy chief of the department of violence prevention, i would say my first experience happened about 2 months in describe what happened. so okay. i'm sorry. >> the emotions are overwhelming as tears begin to fall. and sir, i crane reflects on her time as deputy chief of the oakland department of violence
prevention. this demand letter sent by her attorney to the city administrators, city council and the mayor of oakland alleges crane experience misconduct, including pay inequity, retaliation, harassment and gender discrimination by the chief of the department of violence prevention. guillermo assessment is i knew that there was a problem because i was very afraid and nervous crane says this past january, she acquired within the city administration about reporting the chief's alleged behavior. i attempted to follow up with the director of hr him an e-mail. >> saying i need to speak with him about issues in my department. that was on tuesday. the 18. >> and by friday, the 21st was being fired. the reason she was fired. >> she says the hr director initially said that she wasn't at will employee. then later told her that the release was a decision made by the city administrator. so right plans, attorney sonia met the unequal pay discrimination at work is gender-based.
>> violence, you know, whether it's at home or at work, women have the right to be free from that. >> the oakland city council is calling for an independent investigation into these allegations. >> because there has been a history of what seems to be. treatment against black women that that keeps coming up in the city opened. we reached out to chief says it is. and the oakland who referred us to the oakland city administrator. >> they sent kron 4 a statement that reads in part, quote, the city of oakland's administration takes harassment and other forms of discrimination seriously, i can say that there were circumstances and facts that led to the personnel decision in question and that i supported it. we continue to stand by the decision and we continue to stand behind chiefs s but is and the work he and the department of by those prevention are doing on behalf of the people of oakland and pull crane says it's hard to believe that this is happening to her after dedicated her career to
helping victims of gender-based violence. >> i have devoted my life to supporting women and girls and individuals that have been harmed. and to know that i was dealing with it on my back. the whole time is just humiliating and heartbreaking. haaziq kron. 4 news. >> a federal judge has ruled that a former oakland police chiefs lawsuit against the city can proceed to a jury trial. former chief anne kirkpatrick says she was fired in 2020 for blowing the whistle on illegal activity related to the city's police commission. the commission has said the firing was purely performance related. the city was looking to avoid a full trial. but the lawsuit will come before a jury later this year unless the 2 sides come to an agreement before that. >> there is yet another roadblock for the a's waterfront ballpark in oakland. not entirely shocking, but a roadblock. nonetheless, a lawsuit claims
that certain protocols were not followed with the project's environmental impact report. you have the east oakland stadium alliance, which once these to build a park at the existing coliseum site among all these entities now suing the team and the city of oakland also suing, you know, that shipping groups steel and, you know, trucking groups are and they're a spokesman for the east. oakland stadium alliance says the a's and the city did not adequately disclose the negative affects the project would have on existing waterfront operations and surrounding areas among other gripes, its president dave kaval rejects those claims and says the new ballpark would be better for the environment and people in the bay area. >> orders 134 you get to the doorsteps project. 12 billion dollar project privately financed stadium. and we're really just at the point we one way or the other. it could happen or not. and getting a lawsuit is never a good part of trying to get to that determination. i think we need the political approval of the city council this summer
period like that's absolutely needed. if the litigation takes a little longer, i think we could, you know, fight that with the city council, but we can't can't have these continued delays on the project. lawsuits voting next year, referendums, whatever it into the. and cattle is quick to note. the a's are still actively making offers on land sites in the las vegas area and look to move their if they can't get a >> ballpark deal done at their waterfront site in oakland. >> san francisco police increasing their reward to a quarter million dollars for information regarding the murder of nicole fitts and the disappearance of her young daughter arieanna. the fbi has released this photo of aryana with age progression technology. it's to indicate what she might look like today as an 8 year-old child nicole's body. the mom was found in a shallow grave in mclaren park. police don't believe that for his rihanna
was with her at the time of the murder. but the child remains missing. she was only 2 years old at the time of her >> we ask that you take a long look at the photos of arieanna which includes the new age progression photo. please. please contact law enforcement if you have any information to share. >> nicole fitts was last seen 6 years ago today. a spike in covid infections has prompted a north bay school to bring back the masks that school leaders at coleman elementary in samara fell are confirming that more than 20 cases they've seen those in the last week alone. kron four's dan thorn has the story. >> the return of the indoor mask mandate at coleman elementary comes just weeks after the mandate was lifted. a spokesperson for sandra fell city schools says since march 22nd 6 employees and 17 students have tested positive for covid-19 families have
been told the masks will stay on until at least april 15th. it's not surprising. >> 2 scenes groups of kids getting infected. we know that children wear masks indoors in schools. it's going to reduce transmission of the virus. doctor john swartzberg with uc berkeley's school of public health says >> covid-19 variants, including the highly transmissible ba 2 subvariant of omicron are still circulating the centers for disease control and prevention reports more than half of the cases in the western u.s. rba to. but doctor swartzberg says the spike in infections at coleman is nothing to be too concerned about just this kind of thing is expected. it's going to happen. >> but as long as it's sporadic like this, i'm not really concerned. you know, we're in a very, very good period right now in a letter to coleman elementary families about reinstating the mask mandate, principal mike taylor said i want to emphasize that this is not a time for alarm but for us to implement the
recommended public health strategies to respond to an uptick in cases and decreased risk of transmission. >> students and staff were also given covid-19 rapid tests before leaving for spring break friday. the district reports there have been very few covid-19 cases since the mask mandate was lifted on march. 12th, however, a large number of students and staff are still wearing masks at schools. reporting in sandra fell. dan thorn kron. 4 news. >> fans heading to chase center s ap center tomorrow. do not have to worry about their vaccination cards. today the state dropped its vaccine requirement for indoor events with at least 1000 people. instead, the state is now strongly recommending vaccination verification or proof of negative covid tests for attendees tip the county leaders to decide whether they want to align with the state guidance or keep the mandate. leaders say they're seeing a lot more riders commuting and march was a big step in their recovery since the start of
the pandemic. you know, gas prices, health officials say their highest ridership day was last thursday with nearly 140,000 passengers on trains. weekends are also strong. bart recording a 35% increase at the embarcadero station and a 25% increase at the montgomery station in san francisco in march compared to the previous month. >> and some good news for people who take caltrain. the agency is set to resume full service on monday and fairs. they'll be cut in half of the entire month of april. officials say that the move will hopefully encourage people to ride their trains as the region continues to recover from the pandemic. >> with a record dry start to 2022. in california, drought concerns are prompting one east bay city now to increase water rates starting next month for first gayle ong has details. >> most of california is under severe to extreme drought conditions in the bay area as of march. 29th u.s. drought
monitor data shows sonoma county under extreme and part of napa county in severe drought. in response to the ongoing drought conditions, the city of pleasanton one stage, 2 drought rates starting may 1st. that will add an extra charge of $0.65 per unit of water for single family residential customers for an average family in san francisco. family for that would amount to about. >> 14 extra dollars a month. catherine cushing is a professor of environmental studies at san jose state university. >> she says mandating drought rates as a way to keep the city's utility financially sustainable. we still need utilities to be financially viable. and i think for the city of pleasanton, they're worried about ballad saying the utilities need part or sent financial solvency. also with this week, more regional need to conserve water. and we're getting to the end of the way the wet season in general on. we don't see much rain across the bay area. >> throughout the summer months. so that's definitely going to be a concern. meteorologists roger goss with
the national weather service says that's why it is important to conserve water, even if it's a good weight year, many places there are less than 10% of average since january first. so obviously the good start to the year was was beneficial and kind of helped us in some of the drought categories. >> but the past 3 months, especially being typically our wettest the drought conditions are going to continue to worsen. >> gayle ong kron. 4 news. >> the last snow survey of the season is survey says. >> not much snow. you can see there's the 4th seasonal survey at phillips station. this confirms a dry here overall. april 1st is usually when the snow pack is its deepest. but the survey found the statewide snowpack likely pete early last march in the sierra. so pack peaked in january. the latest snow melt forecast was only 44% of average. >> that in mind, let's get a look at our forecast now with the chief meteorologist
lawrence, for, you know, we look forward to summer because it's cold time of year. yeah. and now it's you do it with a certain amount of dread. we you're talking about fires and other kinds issues just because it's been so dry. this probably the worst drought that we've seen least last 3 years and probably the 70's, the mid 70's. >> if you around back then, remember, we had a major drought there, too. so, yeah, we started out just tremendous amounts of snow. a 10200% of normal through december. and then all of a sudden everything went quiet. so now the snow has melted. we have gathered anymore. now you're sitting at 28% in newark, on normal. in the northern sierra nevada. 42% of normal in the central and not much better in the southern. only 43% of normal and yeah, not much hope to get a whole lot more on the high country, although there's a hint that we may see something as we head toward the following weeks here as a series of storms could impact the bay area. but right now you've got some haze out there out over the bay and that's why it's going to stay tonight. temperatures, not all that bad. in fact, it was nice n and many spots inland. 77
degrees in kaka warm. 77 also in lemore. 74 in santa rosa. 76 in san jose. a beautiful day. there are plenty of sunshine. kunlun. 64 in san francisco. temperatures around the bay area cooling off now and they got a lot of 40's and 50's showing up still 60 home on there and conquered. i think overnight tonight could be a little chilly out there. overnight lows going to be dropping off in the 40's in many spots. but i think as we head through the day tomorrow, we're looking good. there's weak cold front coming in. you see right here. look at just run. that ridge of high pressure starts to fall apart. leave behind a couple of clouds and that is about it. unfortunately, no rain for us. some rain up in pacific northwest. but the sea breezes kick back up a little bit toward the coastline that some gusts to 20 plus miles an hour to san francisco. and we may see a couple patches of fog along the coastline, but this front, it's going to dissipate as it moves through. and that means we're left with the a couple high clouds and then we're talking about warm temperatures. in fact, a little bit warmer tomorrow as high kind of slides in overhead. we'll see if there's this front comes through. yeah, not much left by tomorrow and then we're off
and running with some nice weather now. lot of part of sunday and monday, another storm system gets a little bit close, but quite far away as far as rain is concerned, looks like things are going to stay mostly dry overnight in the 40's and many spots. and then by tomorrow we're enjoying some of these temperatures, maybe up in the low 80's inland. plenty of 70's and sunny inside the bay cool 50's along the coast. >> lawrence, it was a battle of 2 of the best programs in women's college basketball couple tightened stanford, uconn facing off the final 4 in minneapolis. winner moves on to the championship game sunday. loser is done for us. must live in minneapolis tonight. jason, quite a game. >> yeah, it was that heavyweight fight. like i said, it would be. but unfortunately, the cardinal, they they points at the end end of 12 rounds. they lose 63 to 58. their season is over a
couple of days before they would have hoped it was over. sanford is a very prestigious program. so i know they don't necessarily like moral victories. you know, when you such a high level, you expect to win every single night. but once he effects of this last wear off, they'll be able to look back a lot of good things from this season. 23 game win streak. they didn't lose a single game in the pac. 12 conference. they have to all americans in hannah-jones and cameron brink. i can go on and on and on. for all of the things this team accomplished this season. now the story of this game was the stanford offense. when you go 4 for 23 from beyond the arc, you're not going to win many games, especially when you're playing a team like uconn led by geno rma and paige beckers. so just wasn't stanford's night and it wasn't honestly a lot of things that ew com we're
doing. lexi hall missed a bunch of 3 pointers that she usually makes, you know, fran belibi missed some layups cameron brink got in foul trouble is just one of those frustrating night. you got to give uconn some credit. but a stanford, i'm sure they're going to be kicking themselves because there were a lot of self-inflicted wounds. usually shoot the ball way better than that, of course, are a lot of tears after the game, too. but as i said earlier, once the pain wears off from from this loss, they'll be able to look back at this season and take a lot of positive things away. and guys, they're going to be right back. next year, they lose lacey, lexi hall. and then anna wilson, course. but when you bring back haley jones, you know, santa cruz is only bring back cameron brink. you're going to be really good. and they have 2 mcdonald's, all americans coming in next year. one of them, 6 foot 7. so i can't wait to see her in cameron brink patrolling the paint next season. star vanderveer is stanford. they'll be back. yeah, they're not going to try
to rebuild bridges reload. jason, what was the atmosphere like? did you see a lot of? >> stanford fans making it to minneapolis. what was it like to be in the building tonight? >> it was a lot of stanford fans made this trip. now i'd be lying was probably a pro uconn crowd. their best players from 15 minutes away from here. and she's one of the most popular players in the country. so that helped a little bit. but stanford has nothing to a hold their heads about. they traveled extremely well. you know, some of the notable faces where there is russell wilson side dell curry. of course she's the godmother of cameron so it it was a lot of a lot of red in those stands and actually got a bunch of people screaming kron 4 out, you know, stand for fans. welcome by. so we have a lot of stand for fans who watch our coverage through the year. so that's something we take a lot of pride as well. good season, tough
ending will be a long flight back to california for a lot of people. but once once the loss wears off, though, the look back at this with some pride here. well, you were the right color tie to be noticed out there. >> we appreciate you making the track to to give us the best coverage possible we'll get them next year again. that's jason dumas, us live for us tonight in minneapolis. jason, thank you so much. >> california's first-ever latina judge was sworn in to a state supreme court this week. kron four's ashley zavala set down for a conversation with new justice patricia guerrero. >> i am so thrilled to have the my dreams and become the first latina on the supreme court justice. patricia, get a dose is realizing her california dream really began with her parents. get all is the daughter of mexican immigrants living and working in the imperial valley. >> that's where she was born and raised my mother. she
taught us the importance education. >> and also to help other people, especially those who less fortunate than us. they both taught us the importance of our work. my father. it's an ad nice to watch and growing up doing really not what i call back. breaking work in the imperial valley he never complained about powers art hours and working conditions. and i was like just love that later. told me that he worked hard because he had to so that i could work doing something that i want get. it was mother recently passed in her honor to people. her mother used to babysit, attended the swearing-in ceremony. family is a major source of support for get she's a mom of 2 teenage boys. smile it's 15 starting to dry soon with just a little making for me more than it is for and my youngest is 14 and i'm
happy, wonderful, have been. and who is my biggest supporter? i cannot get like so much of my life. i cannot get into some what do they make of of mom being the first latina on supreme court. it's difficult for me comprehend. and for them to a little they are so incredibly proud of just like i am proud them that they don't come your honor at mom happen. >> got them to do that yet. get it all adds to the diversity of california supreme court considered one of the most diverse in the country. happy to contribute to that. i do think it's important that we numbers on the who represent the diversity of our state. and also i think it's important to have people with different values and perspectives and experiences on our and i have to bring all of my lived experiences and make contributions to the court and serve as a role model. but
they conspire others like i have. and i'm one person who has inspired her u.s. supreme court justice sonia sotomayor, who recently wrote get a letter. she in that letter speaks give me some words of advice, essentially to be grounded, inspired. >> by the people who have supported you and i have taken that message. >> tarrant and now that you've reached this point, what is your goal? >> well, my my goal is to get through the first oral argument that we have next week. >> my immediate long term. i would just hope that people with. >> remember me and hopefully i would be able to make meaningful contributions to the and people could see i'm somebody. >> in the beginning and was able to achieve my dreams. and billy, again live the california dream that they can get back to you. >> in sacramento, ashley zavala kron, 4 news. >> coming up, will smith
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comes after the shocking slap that we saw sunday at the oscars. where will smith walked up and slaps comedian chris rock after rock had joked about his wife, jada smith is, of course, now embroiled in this. you could call it a career crisis over the assault and he was facing the possible expulsion or suspension from the academy. a lot of people think you try to get out in front of this. in a statement, smith says he'll accept any additional consequences that the academy's board of governors deems appropriate. and in other news tonight, white house press secretary jen psaki. says she's headed to msnbc. she previously announced she'd be leaving the white house in may. now it's being reported that she'll be hosting a show for msnbc on the company's streaming platform. peacock details are still being finalized. psaki had reportedly also been in talks with cnn and other networks.
>> coming up, peace talks in peril. why efforts to reach an agreement between russia and tpukraine are in jeopardy tonight? plus. the feds bust a large scale gun trafficking ring that allegedly brought nearly 100 guns to major u.s. cities. and the latest jobs report is out. a major milestone for a strong economy despi
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representatives passed a bill that would decriminalize the substance and that means people would no longer be prosecuted under federal law for possessing manufacturing and distributing pot. >> but for some and a harry spoke to socal cannabis leaders about how this bill could affect the cannabis industry. >> think that was in the fall and we're going to see a a c a a new day. and in that it says we have become more mainstream, a possible game changer for the cannabis industry. >> the u.s. friday approved a bill called the marijuana opportunity reinvestment and expungement act or more act. it would remove cannabis from the list of banned federal substance. it's i think the whole industry has been waiting for a very long time for for some real. >> that perform. >> and it's refreshing. will send is the chief corporate development officer for harborside. think one of the oldest and largest cannabis retailers in the world. they have locations in oakland, san jose and san leandro sense as
harborside is fortunate to have a relationship with the bank. but for many cannabis businesses, they don't. and they have to hold on to cash because it's the legal on the federal level the in time you're, you know, a cache the business ceo yu become some sort of a target. >> for criminal activity when it comes to the they will not do business. not just what kind of companies. >> but with companies that do business with cannabis companies, aaron pelley is the owner of cultiva law. >> they have firms in washington, oregon, nevada and san francisco. they focused on representing individuals within the cannabis industry. >> kelly says this bill could also help people with cannabis convictions and expungement that would go back to as far as 1971 in terms of cannabis convictions. he says that part of it can change people's lives. >> especially when it comes to employment. the candidate that has the conviction is going to lose out. kelly says this is the second time the bill has been passed in the house. he's
hoping the senate will pass it this time. what i'm hoping for is that the senate has the political courage to to to finish what needs to be done is long overdue. amanda hari kron. 4 news >> federal prosecutors say a mass shooting in chicago. help them uncover a huge gun trafficking operation. >> there is no hiding place for those who flood our communities with illegal guns. friday attorney general merrick garland announced the department of justice is charging >> back in march of 2021, a shooting in chicago left one man dead and 7 others injured. police recovered several guns from the scene and trace them to tennessee. and today prosecutors announced charges against 12 people who they say were involved in the operation. they say 3 u.s. army soldiers masterminded the ring, buying the guns legally in tennessee and kentucky. they then allegedly hoped to sell them to gang members on
chicago's south side. >> and now to the latest 2 crane, a peace talks with russia could be in trouble. that's after moscow accused ukraine of attacking an oil depot about 30 miles from the border with ukraine. if confirmed, it would be the first such attack on russian soil since the conflict began. the kremlin is now threatening to walk out of the peace talks. it comes at a crucial time as attempts are being made to create evacuation corridors for people trapped in cities along the coast. roughly 100,000 people remain trapped and mariupol and there are reports of russian troops confiscating humanitarian aid. a latino organization in half moon bay has raised over $11,000 for ukraine relief by making tamala great program here. >> the laws so alongside bay area, border relief package surround 1500 tamales to be distributed. customers will be able to pick up their orders.
on sunday in half moon bay, hillsborough, menlo park in berkeley. it took 25 volunteers several days to make all those tamales. >> they're made with love and their spinach, chicken, beef. and just a lot of commitment to really wanting to help the refugee families and children until as they were making them. they were really thinking about the mission behind the work. >> all proceeds from the tamales will go to support ukrainian refugees via the on the ground meal distribution network of the world, central kitchen. >> amazon workers in staten island, new york have voted to unionize. organizers announcing today more than 2600 workers voted in favor of the union. according to the national labor relations board, which oversees the voting process. 2100 workers voted against joining a union. so with 55% in favor, the amazon fulfillment center in staten island became the first in the nation to successfully
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the stanford women's basketball team, the quest for a repeat national championship is come to an end. the final 4 showdown between the cardinal and uconn match to the greatest programs and women's ncaa history. plus, a classic match-up between 2 of the greatest coaches ever legit send their profession stanford's tara vanderveer number one on the all-time wins list for women's college hoops. uconn's geno you saw him. he's number 2 on that list. 1st quarter paige beckers so smooth the star for the huskies. just a sophomore hits. the tough jumper. you caught up early, but it was uconn's of vina westbrook off the bench. filling it up from behind the arc, the hero in the 1st half for uconn 3 threes as uconn surged to a 6 point lead. but haley jones last year's final 4 most outstanding player brought the cardinal back scoring here to give them this first lead of the game. was up one of the break. cameron break. she's so
tall and so good in foul trouble. most of the game scores here in the nice move to keep stanford within a point. now, 7 and a half minutes left in the game break picks up her 4th foul. that's a blow for stanford. she has to go to the bench and then immediately after that backers with the steel here. so smooth and just lays it in another huge play for uconn. 49. 41 huskies break. now back in it. less than a minute to go. stanford forces, the turnover and lacey hall. makes the 3 to cut the uconn lead to 3. but you kind. they couldn't miss from the free-throw line during the final minutes, keeping the cardinal just far enough away from having a real chance to go ahead as the huskies beat stanford. 63 to
58 the cardinals request for a repeat title is over towards their first loss in the last 25 sadly. >> an april fool's joke with this next story. stephan curry. he's been ruled out for the remainder of the rest of the regular season. according to reports, curry will be reevaluated after the regular season ends next sunday. see how he got hurt. marcus smart. just kind diving on his foot. the 2 time mvp continues to recover from that sprained foot. he suffered that last month against boston. there's optimism that he might be able to get back for one or 2 games, kind of get ramped up to end the regular season. but that option is no longer available. hopefully he'll be back to the playoffs. the dubs are currently a number 4 seed in the western conference. but have gone just one and 6 without curry. the warriors have 5 more games left in the regular season. >> we've kind known that that was going to be the case with.
we're hoping, you know, maybe he can play one game 2 games at the end of the regular but that was kind of a long so this is how it's turned his rehab is going steph has been injured many times either before during the playoffs in the past. and he's always. returned really. it really well. so i'm not too worried about him. all it takes is one made shot and he's back in rhythm. let's hope so. >> there is widespread optimism, according to espn within the warriors organization, that curry will be ready to go for the playoffs. he'll start on court activities next week as he wraps
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>> made it to friday as we take a live look outside here at the san mateo bridge talking about it's going to be like over the weekend. yeah. finally of friday, chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. sauntering in. yeah. >> i think weekend going to be awesome. if you love today. i mean, today was a really nice day for yeah. tomorrow, probably even a little bit warmer than we what we had today. and then things can start to shift gears as we head towards sunday into monday. here's long-range forecast model. this could be interesting. got a cold front coming through right now. not much energy with it kind of falls apart as runs that ridge high pressure. but it kind of weakens that ridge a little bit. then all of a sudden we get into your weekend, not bad
start. and then as we look towards sunday into monday, a chance of rain for northern california, unfortunately, not much for here, but still it will keep the temperatures down. we'll see some clouds coming our way in. well, then we're going to get to next week and that's where the change is. look at that big dome of high pressure just really building in across the western half of united states, sending temperatures soaring in the bay area. we may get an offshore flow pattern. not only going to see probably maybe some 90's. we might get an offshore wind kicking in wednesday into thursday that could send temperatures near 70 degrees right along the coastline. behind that, though, things get even more interesting. the long range it always gets interesting, long range. but then there's a chance of some rain the following monday. so right around that period between about the 10th 11010th through about the 14th or 15th of the month. a model start to pick up on a rain event, possibly some snow in the mountains that's way out there in the forecast. but certainly a possibility as we head forward out there tonight, you get forecast for you are looking at sfo. we've got some hazy conditions. otherwise, no delays in san francisco,
oakland or san jose. you're looking good in the monterey bay tomorrow. if you're headed that direction, little cool by the coastline. grab a jacket. if you're headed there about 58 degrees in monterey. 58 in carmel and 59 in santa cruz. little warmer in this latest valley. also, as you make when the carmel valley too southern california starting out couple of patches of fog that some sunshine pretty comfortable temperature. 69 in pasadena, if you have the high country news, the good news roadways are open and for the weekend that of looks like temperatures going to be fairly mild 50's and 60's. and then if you're sticking around through sunday and monday, not a bad drive back either. i don't think weather is going to be a major factor in your travel plans over the weekend as we're going to see a few clouds coming our way. but staying a fairly dry right now. temperatures out the door remaining mainly in the 50's around most of the bay area. i think as we head through time here, we're going to notice some changes coming our way as the clouds. let's start to increase a little bit overnight tonight into early tomorrow morning. but the temperatures are going to be fantastic tomorrow. 60's in
the san francisco 50's 60's little cool on the coastline inside the bay looking beautiful. in fact, as you run down the bay tomorrow, all returning in the 70's, the central bay in the south bay 70's, almost 80 degrees. but i make a way to morgan hill. i think we're going to see some 80's and much of the east bay. >> thank you, lawrence. on top of the 300 foot tall neely bell tower. uc berkeley is the home. pair a gun peregrine falcon nest. sadly, though, one of the parent falcons was found dead yesterday next to a road. authorities says him was just hit by a car researchers have been working for years to try to bring the birds back from. >> being endangered species, send california kron four's rob nesbitt reports. the peregrine falcons were first discovered nesting at the top of uc berkeley's bell tower in 2017. researchers weren't sure what was going to happen to the nest when they found out one of the falcons was hit by car. >> more than 4,000 people have like the cal falcons, facebook page. >> tuning into the live cam to see what any in grinnell are
up to the pair producing 5 sets a peregrine falcon chicks since moving into the camp and nearly in the last year, though things haven't gone well for the falcons. according to ornithologist shawn peterson. first, we thought he was injured last winter. >> and maybe wasn't going to come back from that injury. i made a miraculous recovery. can't back and then we thought and disappear, that she was gone she came back online fans and falcon experts on campus were given much time to breathe a sigh of relief. on thursday, the news came that cornell was found dead in the median of a roadway in berkeley calif elkins member mary malik had the difficult task of identifying the bird and saw alice band. it was late. it just sort of. broke, you know, >> really, really difficult. the population of peregrine falcons in california have and always thrived. 50 years ago. there were 2, 2, pairs of count. peregrine falcons go for it. forward. so it's why
thursday's loss came as such a shock to those with all the success of any and rebels offspring. the birds have been incubating 2 eggs at their nest. but when one bird eyes during the breeding season, the most likely outcome is abandonment. anyone watching the live falcon camp thursday evening to check on the eggs witness this. >> a new male peregrine falcons flying in actively courted by andy >> and >> he apparently appears interested in potentially kind of being a stepfather to these a positive sign if things continue to go well. >> alex, as one or 2 more eggs could be added to the nest. he's doing what he's supposed to do. you know he he has 2 jobs. one is to survive and the others to reproduce. >> according to malik, the number of peregrine falcons in california have improved to around 350 nesting pairs. they're around 15 s in the bay area. >> at uc berkeley, i'm rob
nesbitt kron. 4 news. >> all right. next to that now take a look at this terrifying moments for passengers on a flight that was leaving salt lake city as the windshield on a plane. this plane was headed to washington, d.c., but the windshield, as you can see cracked yesterday mid flight one passenger on board says the plane had to make an unplanned landing in denver because of the crack delta is describing it as a precautionary landing. fortunately, though, the plan did safely lat. up next. is jim carrey retiring? that is one of the questions. a lot of fans are now asking what he said about the future of his career. in his l actor and comed
jim carrey is probably retiring from acting. he casually made the announcement in an interview this week, kerry told correspondent kit hoover. >> he would likely be taking an indefinite break from showbiz after sonic the hedgehog. 2. >> when was though? she said she wants you. would you consider only thing? yeah, lovely thing. well, i'm retiring, but now. yeah, probably even still with i'm being fairly serious and you want it depends. it depends if you know, if if. >> so, the angels bring some sort of, you know, scripts that's, you know, written in
gold inc that says to me that it's going to be really important for people to see. i might i may continue down the road, but i'm taking a break. >> that's fairly serious problems on fairly his bet there. kerry's role and sonic the hedgehog is his first major role in a studio movie since the 2015 sequel of dumb and dumber to. well, the sky. i was the limit for a young lebron james. look at them. >> and teammates who first met on a youth basketball team when they were 10 years old. their hard work would win the state title in 2003 now universal pictures wants to tell their story on the silver screen, the quote, untitled universal basketball movie. we'll be films from mid april through june in akron, where james is from as well as canton, ohio, in the cleveland area. >> when lebron and the fab 5 story starting we actually started when they were about 12 years old. so the 90's and taking it through high school.
>> lebron went right to the nba out of high school cleveland cavaliers. he then left cleveland. one a couple titles in miami took his talents to south beach and then went back to cleveland, won a ring with the cavs and then he went to la won a championship there. that's where he is. director say that lebron james movie will be an adaptation of his book shooting stars and loosely based on the 2008 documentary, more than a game that also told the story of the they call the fab 5 years just fly young lebron. >> yes, young at one point. right. speaking happy birthday yesterday. that wraps up kron. 4 news at 9. but our primetime coverage continues now. >> with kron 4 news at 10 can i hear my facebook page said today was her birthday. i'm can april
>> got me. thank you. here we go. coming up at 10, another hurdle in the oakland a's effort to try to get a new baseball stadium. what we're learning about a lawsuit has been filed and how the a's president is reacting. also north high school that's bringing back the mask requirement. this after a covid outbreak. >> a local doctor explains what parents should know as spring break gets underway. and our chief meteorologist lawrence karnow will have your weekend forecast with for fun things you can do. well, 4 news at 10 next.
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