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>> now at 3 o'clock cracking down on smash-and-grab suspects. the man police say are responsible for a wave of burglaries over this past holiday season. plus, no more mask mandates on public transit. what a federal judge just ruled and what of the queues the cdc of doing? also an incredible discovery where a teenager with autism was found alive. nearly 3 years after vanishing from his california home. >> from the bay area's local news station. we now with breaking news.
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>> thank you so much for joining us this monday right here on kron. 4 news at 3. i'm justine waldman in the breaking news. this hours out of fairfield where crews are in cleanup mode right now after a vegetation fire. the fire started around 2 o'clock and hilburn road. that's right. off of 80 at one point, a trailer park on goya drive was being threatened by the flames. but we have just learned that forward. progress has been stopped on this fire. no evacuation orders were issued. any point. we are now looking, though, at the time lapse video from an alert wildfire camera in the area and we can see all the smoke that was billowing up there. that's on the left side of the screen. we are sending crews to the area right now to get more information for you. we'll have updates throughout the hour soon as more details come into the kron. 4 news room. and then tonight, starting at 5 o'clock. but again, the forward progress of this fire and fairfield has been stopped. and let's check in now with kron four's erica caturay. she's in the weather center with us right now to talk about the wind conditions that could be affecting wildfires today. good
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afternoon, erica. hi, justine. while you're talking about fairfield's, i wanted to pull up the gusts which actually look pretty normal for this time of the day. >> in that re region, it's 22 miles per hour. but stationary winds are around 11 miles per the good thing is we have a storm to the north of us that's moving in and it's pushing a bunch of moisture which is in case, you know, fire does break out moisture and increase humidity really helps prevent fires from spreading or dew points. 43 temperature out there in fairfield, 72 degrees. temperatures tomorrow will be a little lower as for other parts of the bay area. checking in along the coast, half moon bay, we actually saw some blue skies out here a couple hours ago, but it looks like that cloud cover from the storm to the north of us has moved in there, seeing some great conditions. so here's a look at that on satellite and radar. you can see parts of california getting some moderate showers up here and even some snow. so we'll time it hour by and i'm also
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picking up some more chances of rain later in the week. i'll have that in the extended forecast. coming up. back to you. >> a san francisco firefighter was injured today as crews battled to contain a fire that forced a lot of people to evacuate. this fire started around one 30 at a business on west portal avenue. it quickly drew a 3 alarm response was contained about an hour ago at about 2 o'clock. officials say 3 businesses were damaged by the flames. the fire, though, did not burn any homes. the roof for the fire originally started did collapse. we're looking now at some citizens video of the fire. that one firefighter who was injured is expected to be ok, no other people were hurt. the cause of this fire fire officials are saying was accidental due to construction. and new right now at 3 o'clock, an arrest has been made in connection to that massive fire that consumed the home depot in san jose blossom hill road. this is according to the santa clara county district attorney
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who will be holding a news conference tomorrow to announce the arrest and charges in this case. this fire happened april 9th on blossom hill road at that home depot. no one was injured. the building, though, a total loss. tomorrow's announcement is going to be happening at 11 o'clock. we will be carrying it live for you on our streaming service kronon as we get more details throughout the day about the person arrested in the charges that they face. we'll keep you updated right here on kron. 4. san jose police say they have busted a group of serial jewelry robbers. according to police, 6 men were responsible for a string of smash-and-grab robberies from october of 2021, 2 january of 2022, the suspects allegedly used sledge hammers to smash open the display cases and take thousands of dollars worth of jewelry. police seized a number of weapons in their investigation. that's we're looking at here, including 2 assault rifles, ghost guns and pepper spray. police say this bust was the result of a long
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and complicated investigation that had multiple departments involved. >> i know when these incidents happen, people want, you know, a resolution quickly. but these as you can see, most of these incidents happened last year. and these are wong, very complicated investigations are robbery. detectives continue to do an excellent job and identifying these folks and then subsequently arrested. >> all of the men that were arrested face between 18 and 20 years in prison depending on the different charges. also in san jose, police arrested 8 people for sideshows that happened on easter sunday. the sideshow activity started around 3 o'clock in the afternoon. police say between 10120 cars were spotted at 5 side to locations that included santa teresa boulevard, meridian avenue and capitol expressway at the site of that was on capitol and capitol avenue. police say one of their vehicles was hit by a driver who is trying to get away. that driver has been
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identified as 19 year-old isaac guzman from los banos. he was arrested and taken into custody for help felony hit and run and on suspicion of possessing a privately made firearm. the officer that was hit went to the hospital with minor injuries. he was released and is expected to be okay. police are encouraging anyone who sees sideshows to call police. you can remain anonymous. and it was a violence easter weekend in oakland with 2 deadly shootings. kron four's taylor sackey tells us counting this weekend's violence. oakland has had 37 homicides so far this year. >> the i fear that i have is that it becomes the norm. oakland city councilmember noel gallo, responding to the city's grim death toll after several shootings over the weekend. and last night, i >> the you know, the helicopter was flying over with my home, my yard with their lights on in the neighborhood and the night before that. well, the same
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thing was happening. police are investigating a possible double homicide that happened early saturday morning at near the 900 block of 77th avenue. >> when they arrived, police say they found the victim bleeding from a gunshot wound who later died on scene. police say short time later a second victim was dropped off at a nearby hospital, but they also died from their gunshot wounds. gallo, who was born and raised here in oakland says the city has had its fair share of crime, but he's definitely noticed an increase in violence is an ongoing challenge. and i think >> those of us here in open certainly. you know, we need to stand up rice up to you know, not only support our police department, but also some of these young people on the street. now with the gang activity has really risen. oakland police are also investigating another shooting that happened around 04:00pm saturday near the 700 block of international boulevard. they say the victim is in critical condition. gallo was also on the public safety committee believes police staffing shortages and loosing a bail
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fees. >> are part of the problem leading to increased crime? the only thing some of us growing up in the neighborhood. only thing we understand his push for. and so i think that >> the reality that in alameda county in california, we have due to the pandemic. and some of us feeling sorry for everybody. we release people on the street this impacting our children and families that are trying to make a living and taylor bisacky reporting kron. 4 news. >> happening right now, oakland police need help finding this man. 27 year-old ron gilbert. he is wanted in connection with the murder of kevin nishita. the former police officer and security guard who was shot and killed in november while on assignment with one of our reporters, herschel hail and shahidi. a mitchell were arrested last month. mitchell appeared in court on friday. he was expected to enter plea but did not. so his next court date is now may 13th. but oakland police are looking for the ron gilbert right now. now
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to national news where a federal judge in florida has struck down the cdc's national mask mandate on planes and other forms of public transit. >> the decision is arguing that the mandate exceeded the authority of u.s. health officials. that also says the cdc did not properly justify its decision to extend the mandate. the mask requirement was supposed to expire today. but last week the cdc extended it through may 3rd, which allowed the agency more time to study the omicron sub variant ba 2 that highly transmissible variant is now responsible for the vast majority of covid cases in the u.s. we have now reached out to airports here in the bay area for comment so far, sfo and sanford, a san jose man at airports are saying they're seeking clarification from the tsa and when this would be affected. so they're waiting to hear from the cdc or the department of justice about whether or not that ruling will be appealed. we'll let you know, because i'm sure
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travelers have a lot of questions about this. whether or not they're supposed to be wearing masks on airplanes starting today. so stay with us here at kron. 4 for more information. a california family's recent reunion with their missing son nearly 3 years after he vanished is now shining a light and missing children's cases across the country. kron four's noelle bellow spoke with the national center for missing and exploited children today about their work in the hope that this case is now bringing to so many families. good well, good afternoon, justine. we've all seen flyers for missing children before and the national center says. >> this story is a good reminder that behind each flyer, there's a family is searching for their loved one. the family of connerjack oswald was doing just that over the last 2 and a half years since his disappearance from there clear lake home, they've been studying unidentified persons post and even checking morgues for their son. but last thursday, police in utah found the now 19 year-old and were able to get him to consent to a finger scan, which then led the
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deputies to his name and then him to his family. connerjack is autistic. the national center for missing children says the case brings attention to missing children with autism during autism awareness month. >> children who go missing, who have autism are known to wander or a safe environments it's something we hear are concerned about. something we see from time to time missing child posters. when we put them out there, there are a call for help. their call for action. and what we ask of the communities just stop for a second and look at those images because as i said behind every single one of them is a surging family in need of your help. >> the website missing kids dot org provides resources for those families steps they should take if their child does go missing. you can of course, watch this full interview where we talk about what to do. if you do come upon a missing child, you can catch that full interview on our streaming service kron on. you can download it for free in your app store. justine, back to you. thank you.
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breaking news now just into the kron. 4 news throughout of the north bay where valais host city hall in the valais whole authority building have been evacuated because of a bomb threat. >> everyone is being asked to avoid this area. that's on santa clara georgia street. authorities are actively investigating. we will continue to monitor the situation now. bring you updates right here during kron. 4 news at 3 o'clock. you can always find more details on kron 4 dot com. coming up at 3. it's that time of year again for 20 festivities are returning to san francisco after being shut down because of covid for the past 2 years. >> what will not be allowed in golden gate park coming up on 4.20. also, the search is on for a stolen baby goats. take it from an east bay family. just moments after it was born. and the oakland a's their home opener is tonight movie speaking live with a's president dave kaval right after the break. not only about the game but also what's
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>> it is opening day for the oakland a's. the green and gold will be taking on the baltimore orioles first pitches for 06:40pm tonight. and with a look ahead at the season and all the excitement is joining us right now is a's president dave kaval, thank you so much for joining us here on kron. 4 news at 3.
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thanks so much for having me. so what's the excitement like of the ballpark right now? >> folks are already out here. they're tailgating. they got the bratwurst and italian sausage having a great time. getting excited for a great game tonight. i bet. but several players are out because of covid house that don't affect the team tonight. >> well, we have that in the past, you know, obviously want to make sure that these protocols are rigorous and focus on safety. and we have a great team, even with the players out there. we're excited to take on the orioles and hopefully get a big went. >> do you think you'll get fans in the stands this season? i know there's a lot going on behind the scenes. >> well, this is a very consequential year for us. you know, we're trying to get a final approval on our ballpark at the waterfront at howard terminal. we have a really exciting young team. and so there's a lot of storylines. and obviously fans are watching very intently and we hope to have some real answers about our future as an
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organization this year in the summer. >> so there have been some recent lawsuits going on with the plans to build that howard terminal. are you still feeling optimistic about staying rooted in oakland? >> we're doing everything we can. you know, we're spending to over 2 million dollars a month. we have a huge team us and the city fending off the lawsuits getting the final approvals. but this is a critical moment to bring in front of the city council and get that final binding vote. >> are you still pursuing properties in las vegas? >> we remain on parallel paths for the direction of major league baseball. we have an effort in southern nevada as well as our effort here in oakland. and we're going continue on those 2 because we really need to solve this really 20 year saga where these are going to play it. >> so i heard about these cats and feral cats that are roaming around on the property. are they still there? are they going to be at
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the opening game tonight? >> they're definitely here. i saw 4, 5, when i came in earlier today and the cats around and they're doing double duty, taking care of all the vermin. and they're very cute. and they're all different colors. there's, you know, toward a shell and calico and all cats. and and we're going have a kit giveaway. you know, later this homestand or later this this season. so these kids can find a forever home. >> we can give them names after famous a's players. people are going to the like that idea thank you. heard it here. first. you can name one after me. if has to be cute, though, if fans are going tonight or throughout the season, is there anything new or different that they can expect? >> well, this is really the first season in almost 3 years. we've kind of been back set cause i normal. you know, we have all the stuff open in terms of the tree house and the stopping ground in the new
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stadium seating options. and so all of that is going to be at the new locations in the stadium that we've invested these dollars. and people are going to have a great time. and i really encourage folks to come out and see those things that they had and probably seen in in 2 or 3 years and no more cardboard cutouts in the stands are actually going to have. >> real people. there is sellout crowd for tonight. >> our expected a big crowd. i think it's going to be really exciting to see everybody out and to root on hopefully a winner at the ballpark for the u.s.. >> do you think that we will have a home opener in oakland next year? >> well, where we are. >> doing everything we can to obviously get a final decision on our new waterfront ballpark plant. and i hopefully think there will be an answer this summer on that. and we'll obviously keep the median everyone in the community appraised of where that is and hopefully a positive vote occurs. >> and we can also name a kitten after you day. i think that's only fair. i love it
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that president. dave kaval, thank you so much for joining us here on kron. 4 news at 3 ways tonight. all right. let's go cut. >> the giants meantime, will not be taking on the new york mets this afternoon as previausly scheduled. tonight's game was rained out and moved to tomorrow as part of a double header. first pitch will be it 12, 10. the giants are looking pretty good off of their series sweep of the cleveland guardians. they're 7, 2 record is currently tied with the dodgers for the best record in baseball. i wore the wrong cars for my interview with the oakland a's president. sorry about that. san francisco is getting ready for the annual for 20 celebrations at golden gate park. the marijuana holiday typically draws some large crowds to the city. the celebrations have been canceled for the past 2 years. >> because of the pandemic, but it is back on wednesday. no one under the age of 21 will be allowed because you have to be over. 21 to have purchase and use recreational marijuana during a news
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conference today, city officials urged anyone coming to the city too. be safe. >> this is all about safety. we want people to come out enjoy themselves and has been said by all the speaker so far we have to get this right. i'm like most things. let's show the world. the san francisco knows how to do things and we know how to do the right. so we really need your cooperation. we need people to. follow the rules. >> the event runs from 10 in till 5 on 4.20, and people are also wanting. city officials are also wanting people to take public transportation. well, today marks 116 years since san francisco's devastating 19. 0, 6, earthquake and fire. a ceremony was held at lot. us found on market street in very early this morning. people who lived during the earthquake went to that found the post names of their family members to see if they were still alive. the ceremony then moved to dolores park where a fire hydrant was painted gold. that
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fire hydrant was key to saving the city's mission district. the 19 0, 6 earthquake was a 7.9 magnitude quake. more than 3,000 people died and more than 200,000 people lost their home. mayor london breed commended people in san francisco for working then to rebuild the city. this city. >> 80% of it over 3,000. people lost their lives. and i know there were probably people. discouraged and felt. what do we do now? but i also know that there were more people who stepped up and spid let's rebuild. >> city leaders say that today's ceremony should serve as a reminder that everyone needs to be prepared for the next big one. and switching gears now, we want to talk about our weather forecast as we take a live look outside here at the bay bridge toll plaza. we want to be prepared for several rain systems to be rolling in this week. kron four's erica caturay is here now with our forecast and the
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timing of the next series of storms. good afternoon, america. >> hey, justine. and here it is right behind it's getting dumped on eureka as well as crescent city. right now. this system is what's going to bring us rain later tonight. now i want to focus in on the north bay. sonoma county is going to be the first area that will see those showers. i'd say closer to about 7 or 8 o'clock tonight is when you can expect to possibly see some light showers popping up for that part of the north bay. now, let's actually take a look at it here in future cast is right before 8 o'clock. we'll start to see rain cells popping up in the system. slides more southward later tonight. 10:30pm. you can see the east bay is going to see some light showers popping up. now this system is weaker compared to a second system that is coming later in the week. we can expect to get about a quarter of an inch of rain for the north bay. meanwhile, the rest of the bay area will get about a 10th of an inch of rain from this. so this is around 2 o'clock in the morning here. most of you
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will be sleeping if you like to sleep in, you probably won't even notice the rain. however, you will notice cloudy conditions tomorrow morning on your way to work, as well as some very dense fog. so this is just after 7 o'clock tomorrow. so just be careful when you're driving outside of your headlights on and roads could possibly still be a little wet from that system will have more on the extended forecast coming up. erica, thank you. still ahead, he is the nba's reigning most valuable player. >> and the warriors are looking to shut them down again. how coach steve kerr is preparing for tonight's matchup against the denver nuggets. and doctors say the covid vaccine hesitancy is now taking its toll on children. the long-term consequences the long-term consequences they're concerned with. and now most admired alum! get up there. this is so embarrassing. there's no way it's me. you know her.... you love her.... ruh roh. what are you doing here? it's anna gomez!
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now with speeds up to 5-gigs. east. a woman is pleading with the public to help find a baby goat that she says was stolen. >> the day it was born, the goat's owner says the going missing friday morning when the herd was working on fire mitigation off appian way in pinole. there is some surveillance video that we're looking at now of a woman holding the baby goat. the missing goat is cream colored similar to the mother. the picture that we saw a little bit earlier on. the worry is without the proper care, the chances of the babies surviving is very slim. so pinole police are saying they are aware of this case. they're asking anyone who
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recognizes the abc's this go here to give them a call. that's the mom. next. at 3.30, nearly a dozen people are dead after a russian missile strike at the ukrainian city of lviv. you will hear from a young woman who saw the incoming missiles. >> and why she says nowhere i feel safe. and there's outrage in one bay area city after a male fact is caught on camera. but the homeowner is saying about this. and a different model of policing people. oakland will now respond to mental health calls instead of police. why it took the city years to get this program up years to get this program up and running. years to get this program up and running. at jp morgan, the only definition of wealth that matters is yours. it can be a smaller house, but a bigger nest egg. a goal to work toward, or the freedom to walk away. with 200 years of experience, personalized advice, and commission free trades on an award-winning app,
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nervive contains alpha lipoic acid to relieve occasional nerve aches, weakness and discomfort. try nervivenerve relief. 3.30, a new way of policing in oakland. it's a compassion care. first response model that's been years in the making. >> the program's manager tells kron four's haaziq mod-yoon. it has only been a few days but they have hit the ground running >> so just won't let you go. i'm going i have to kind of have this on a little low and you're going to have on because you you're still active duty during the we have 2 crews in the streets right now in east oakland, west of what the mobile assistance, community responders of oakland or macro launched its pilot phase back on 4/9/2022. since then, the staff members have been busy introducing themselves to oakland residents and reacting to several nonviolent, not
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emergency situations in the process. as macro program manager elliot joe's here is how he describes macro. we are teams of emergency medical technicians and community intervention specialist role that was created for oakland that will be dispatched to address low acuity quality of life concerns and community disturbances throughout the city of oakland. the timing couldn't be better, says the president of the oakland police officers association who says opd is averaging more than 2000 calls for service. i just checked before i came on as 161 call standing citywide. >> right now for a police officer were not taking any police reports. we we absolutely appreciate. what it was. another tool to try and mitigate the staggering number of calls the police department gets anticipated eventually during the pilot, there will be 24 to 36 staffers working 8 hours shifts 5 days a week. how does he measure success? you want to be that first
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response if a subsequent response is required. >> that's okay. but allow micro to get their first. the fact that we have crews in the streets that are available to start responding to these is a success measured. >> how is it that you cried for news? >> a thief is accused of stealing from mailboxes around san francisco and it was caught on camera. let's check it out. you can see the person here rummaging through one mailbox to another. this was at a russian hill home. the victim caught it on her home surveillance camera. she says this happened last week and it was not the first time the u.s. postal inspector general is now investigating. >> we had our garage broken into late last year. and nothing was stolen because he was caught in the act by my husband and our 2 dogs. >> she'll say to avoid mail thefts to not leave your mail in the mailbox longer than you need to try to check it every day. they also say have your mail held if you're traveling or delivered to another
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address. well, california mom, sherri papini has pleaded guilty to faking her own 2016 kidnapping. she appeared before a federal judge in sacramento earlier today where she pleaded guilty to lying to a federal officer and mail fraud. the 39 year-old says she was with an ex-boyfriend for 2 weeks during the time that she claimed that she was kidnapped from shasta county. she reappeared. about 3 weeks later, she had bruising and burns on her body in a chain around her waist. but she has now admitted this was all a hoax. the pain is facing up to 25 years in federal prison. she's due back in court in july. now to the latest on the war in ukraine. and russia has stepped up attacks across ukraine, including in the western city of lviv. that was once considered a safe haven. now, ukraine has reportedly lost control of a town in the eastern region amid some heavy fighting and reporter christina pascoe reaching brings us the latest.
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>> it was coming to the basement, i i saw 2 missiles where flying it was really hard to to keep the call actually, because my friends that helped think there was old people. i was really scared 18 year-olds line, a christian lives right next to the site of monday's deadly russian missile strike on lviv ukraine. the russian city now anti-military storage site, part of the rail station and a car repair shop. >> among the injured, displaced ukrainians at a nearby refugee center. they injured by a small price of the window of a 3 year-old who had just escaped hard-hit kharkiv was also injured. paramedics in kharkiv shielding themselves from relentless shelling. military analysts believe who an angry over the sinking of his prize worship. is intensifying strikes to where the country down before ground troops at the dome bus region.
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>> drone footage shows just how dire the situation is in the strategic city of mariupol where 10's of thousands are believed dead. president zelensky told cnn ukraine will not give up any part of the country to end the war. the director of the cia warned. >> he's worried might use a tactical nuclear weapon. in this fight. are you worried? >> and the me, i think what all over the all the conscious of the warrant. but sadly, there's no end in sight, according to a new allegedly independent russian pull. the majority of propaganda said russia now supports the war, including vlad his great aunt sister, my friend, the mother. is now moscow region close to grandmother and said, what are you doing for you think yourself. 78% of the big could biggest country in the supporting war in the 21st century. and we need to think about it.
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>> that was christina pascucci reporting for us this afternoon. >> in health news on this monday, health officials say they're worried an increasing number of families are projecting their attitudes about covid vaccines on to shots for other diseases like measles and meningitis. there has not been a spike in preventable childhood illnesses, but there is some growing fears, but it's only a matter of time. if immunization rates do not improve. several states have also considered legalization legislation's removing or limiting school vaccination requirements. let's talk about our forecast once again as we take a live look outside here from our sutro tower camera. pretty shot here of the golden gate bridge. some sort of cargo ship coming in there on this monday morning. kron four's erica caturay is here now with details about the rain that's going to start rolling in. and what's the timing of our storm systems for this week? >> yeah. that system that's going bring rain to the bay area's. also going to be bringing some snow out to the
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sierra. so this is a overnight, as you can see here, we can expect to get for it to about 10 inches of fresh powder out in that region. in fact, there is a winter weather advisory that is in effect through 02:00pm tomorrow. elevations over 6, the 500 feet will get up to 10 inches of snow. as as i mentioned, and visibility isn't going to be the greatest. so i wouldn't recommend traveling up there tomorrow morning. but if you did want to head over through that region wednesday would be a good time to travel. get a little break from that storm system that's going to be passing because we have another one on at the weekend. actually looks like it's going to be pretty dry for the sierra as well thursday and friday, as you can see, probably not the best time to be traveling up there. so here in the bay area, we've been talking about that rain that's approaching the north bay. you're going to see that first later tonight. tomorrow morning is when it's going to
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start to exit the bay area. and there's going to be some dense fog and cloudy conditions on your way to work tomorrow. so taking a look at our 7 day extended forecast. we will dry up a lot of wednesday, but the north bay is going to see some more rain coming late at night on that day and thursday through friday. we can expect to see on and off again showers here in the bay area before saturday and sunday where it will be dry for us. >> back to you. erica. thank you. >> coming up, no more swaps. a breathalyzer is the newest way to get a covid-19 test. details next. and they are magically delicious. but now under a federal investigation, why the fda is now looking into lucky ch
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and we're feeling optimistic about the dubs chances. well, just team right now, it's kind of like the calm before the storm. we just really have some cheerleaders warming up and >> or that might be to dance team actually don't get cheerleaders and dancers confused. they get really upset when you do that. as far as the warriors day they played about as well as you could play on saturday night. steph curry came back from his left foot. sprain hadn't played in over a month and he didn't really have any rust. he scored 16 points in. 22 minutes. then you have klay thompson scored 19 points. draymond green was his usual well round itself yet 12 points, 9 rebounds, 6 assists. but the major revelation would jordan poole his first ever playoff game? he scored 30 points on just 13 shots. now we know. >> klay draymond and steph, they're going to show up when it mattered. but if they can get performances like that
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from jordan poole, this is going to be a very tough team to beat come the playoffs down the road now for the nuggets. they didn't play that well. and the warriors know this is a nuggets team that's going to come out very inspired tonight. i mean, yes, you got to give golden state some credit. they cause a lot of the nuggets issues. but the nuggets can play better. only 3 players on that team scored in double figures. one of those players mvp nikola jokic. he is really the key to that engine. he scored 25 points and 10 rebounds on the surface. pretty good game. but >> this is a guy who was capable of 30, 40, 50 point performances and he's going to have to do more if his team is going to be able to beat this warriors team. and he knows that and the warriors know that and they're prepared for a very motivated nikola jokic tonight. >> got 25 10, 6, whatever was
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mean, he's just an amazing player. so we're ready for what's coming i would bet my life on fact that he will get more than 2 free throws. that has to come you know, his aggressiveness more. then our reaching, you know, as long as we stay solid and don't reach unknown, slapped down. you know, we may can go through us to we stay vertical. do all those then. then we just read you just play. he's going to try to come and give me 40 15 15 next game. so how i feel about that is that he's and he's coming back with a vengeance tomorrow for your plan. and it's a great player you know? they're going score and he still had 25 points. you're not locking down a great he's the mvp of the nba
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for a reason. you know, he's possibly the nbpa and nba again. >> justine, one thing i noticed immediately after the game on saturday night and in the days afterwards, even though it's been a couple years since the warriors have played in the playoffs. these guys draymond, steph klay, they've been here before. they never get too high. never get too low. it was easy. it would be really easy to get excited about that performance on saturday night. they played great. but after the game, they're like, hey, this is just one game. the nuggets are going to play better next game. we have to be ready for that. we have to stay even keeled. our job is not finished yet. that is the type of maturity that you get from a team that has guys who have won multiple championships like the warriors. so that's a great luxury for them to lean on that experience. i expected to be a really good game
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tonight. of course, we'll have coverage leading up all the way up until. >> tipoff right here at the chase center. but for now, i'm jason dumas, scrum for sports. jason, thank you so much. >> time now to talk about our forecast as we take this live look outside at san francisco international airport. a great monday out there and kron four's. erica caturay is tracking rain coming our way this week. >> hi, justine. while sonoma county is going to be the first region that will get rain, i'd say closer to 8 o'clock tonight. so they're also going to get the most amount of rain. as you can see, the rain totals from this storm system that's approaching from the north about a 10th of an inch of rain is what we can expect for the rest of the bay area. as you can see, then we have a couple other systems that will be rolling in come wednesday through friday. so you can see our rain totals increase even more to about 3 quarters of an inch from those added systems. later in the week. our temperatures tomorrow will be in the low 60's across san francisco along the coast. you can expect upper 50's for elk
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are 61 and half moon bay. you can also expect to see some dense fog in that region on your way to work. millbrae 61 degrees for our daytime high tomorrow. mid 60's for palo alto down to mountain view. south bay expected to be in the mid 60's throughout the region. morgan hill, 64 degrees for our daytime highs. dublin also can expect to see the same temperature livermore mid 60's. temperatures will be a little cooler tomorrow by a few degrees. as you can see out and the union city is expected to hit 64 degrees tomorrow and cooler coming in at 62 in berkeley, mid 60's for concord down to danville tomorrow. san ramon expected to be 65 degrees. so as i mentioned in the morning, it will be cloudy. but by the afternoon, we'll start to see the clouds moving out of the region. so the north bay could possibly see some blue in the later evening hours. 61 will be our high for mill valley
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and santa rosa expected to hit. 64 justine. back to you. thanks, erica. developing story we're watching today. the food and drug administration is giving emergency use authorization for what is essentially. >> a covid-19 breathalyzer test. the inspect iarc. it can give results in 3 minutes and must be carried out under the supervision of a health care provider. the fda says the machines can run about 160 samples a day. it requires a lot less equipment than standard nose swabs, which also can be kind of painful. the technology could also be used for other illnesses in the future. not much painful, but just uncomfortable. >> would that that with some technology development, you'll see to continue to of all that. they could be something that becomes very small and portable. that may be very easy to have a school like setting where you had a device like you know, in in a nurse's office in the school.
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chain will accept doge coin. she but you knew and bitcoin for concessions as well as tickets. moviegoers can make their purchases by connecting their crypto wallets to the amc app through big pay. a similar service to apple pay or pay pal? it's yet to be seen how many people are actually going to use this new payment method. >> many companies started this practice like tesla have already stopped accepting crypto due to slow sales and environmental concerns associated with mining digital currency. lego now wants to be part of your plant collection. the botanical collection is adding 2 new sets or kit and succulents. the orchid kid has about 600 pieces succulents closer to 800. the orchid kit comes with a bloop hot while the succulents have 8 different pots. both kits are set to go on sale. a first for 50 bucks. so maybe instead of real flowers for mother's day.
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you could get mom a lego set. i think they make another one. that's like a bouquet of flowers have seen that in a lego store. just a mother to a suggestion. thank you so much for joining us here during kron. 4 news at 3 o'clock today. i'm justine waldman. so great to be with you on a monday. be with you now here monday through friday right here on kron. 4 news at 3 o'clock. in the meantime, we can connect on facebook, instagram and twitter. >> and you can always get the latest news updates on our website. kron 4 dot com. we'll see you back here at 5 o'clock tonight. have a good one. at jp morgan,
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