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morning, sitting under some partly cloudy skies today is going to bring a few more clouds in the past couple of days. did. >> but we are going to be staying dry much as we did yesterday and monday as well this week carrying us through on a much steadier pace than last week's on and off rainfall. right now we're sitting in the 40's 50's and even the 30's up in the north bay petaluma the coldest you've been all week at 39 degrees. c definitely want to bundle up a little bit more. we're off to a chilly, brisk start, but still a nice comfortable and importantly, so dry afternoon to come reyna. john, thank you for that. hey, it's early and we're not seen any accidents or delays out there. >> about a 7 minute drive traveling from the maze. 2 that fremont city exit as you're heading into the city, san mateo bridge a little under 13 minutes for you as you're traveling across towards the peninsula. let's check on the south bay. 85 to menlo park along one. 0, one still around 27 minutes to 18. 82 are both at the limit at this hour. and well, if you look at highway 4 traveling
from any akin to concord, a little under 15 minutes started. james, back to you. thanks. a lot. ran a 5 o'clock in our big story this morning. 3 people have been arrested in the kidnapping of a 3 month-old baby in san jose. baby brandon was unharmed, thankfully and is back with his mother this morning. but there's still a lot of questions unanswered as to. >> why why? why would somebody do this? let's find out what we know at this point. kron four's will tran has been following this since the start is live in san jose. will. >> james duryea, what we don't know is the motivation, the san jose police department actually held 2 news conferences yesterday morning, one at 9, one at 11 and they both times did not go into the motivation, but they did say that there is some sort of connection to the family between these 3 suspects and the family. you know what? it was actually a snafu between the chp and san jose police department that eventually led to the recovery of kidnapped
baby brandon because they sent out this picture here. this is from the chp. this was the minivan that they said that was on the lookout that people should be looking for. this is from the chp. they tweeted this out and then the san jose police department stepped in and said, wait a minute, take that tweet down. not before a lot of people out in the public. they saw this. the san jose police department didn't want to confirm it or tip their hand, but it was an employee about 5 miles away from where baby branding was taken at a nursing home. she saw that than she actually called the san jose police department. they came out there and then they blocked that minivan in. they went into a nearby home and that's when they recovered baby brandon. he had been missing for close to 20 hours. this happened on monday at around 1 o'clock in the afternoon when his grandmother was at elm street to was that was sarah apartment unit. she was watching baby brandon. she
went inside the apartment, kept unloading groceries and between walking back and forth. that's when a man walked in and grab brandon in casually walks off with the carrier. according to the san jose police department. they said this was not a mistake. this was all orchestrated because he came with the so as far as the 3 people who have been arrested, james and area, we do know, but the man in the surveillance footage, he was one of those suspects. another was a woman who was with the grandmother at the time they kept interviewing her and her story kept changing. she's suspect number 2 and a 3rd suspect. so far they have not released any details about that particular person. all 3 names have not been released to the public. but again, it was a miscommunication between the chp and the san jose police department with the chp tweeting out that picture of the minivan that let somebody in the public to spot that
minivan and call the san jose police department. back to you. >> be fascinating to finally find out that motive when they've released the public. thank you. will. >> 5, 0, 3 is the time the oakland police department expected to announce a reward for information about alexis gabe, who is 24 and was last seen january. 26 in antioch, police have been pursuing leads and now they're looking for the public for more help, we expect more details on the reward later in a news conference tomorrow. police are also supposed to provide more details on the case. that news conference as at 11 o'clock. and you can watch it live streaming on kron. >> have some new video this morning showing a fight inside a 6th grade classroom at a middle school in antioch. you can see it here in the monitors behind me. a parent at the school says it happened while the students were left unattended. refers to second takes a closer look. >> exclusive cell phone video shared with kron. 4 news
apparently shows a 6th grade student being tossed around by another student inside a classroom at park middle school in antioch on monday. the fact that there was no teacher there. >> and that's the whole problem with all of this. you know, like that's the most wanted capital thing about a concerned parent who didn't want to share their identity out of fear of retaliation against their child says. >> the teacher of that class room didn't show up for school monday morning and no substitute was provided all the time for coming from her school. but this time there's there was no one there. >> to break up the fight, there was no adult supervision. there is a staff member running across a they had seen it from a distance. i mean, sometimes happens at lunch and they don't have anyone direct the supervising them at >> but you know, it will be seen from a distance of someone somewhere. we'll break it up. but there was nothing. nothing being done at all. >> she says this behavior shouldn't be tolerated at the school you get. it happens
repeatedly and often times it's the same students allegedly starting the flights. the parents says she's now worried about what is and isn't being taught at the middle school. and my concerns are that my child is not getting an education. >> not an academic education may be an education and how to fight until second reporting. kron. 4 news. >> well, another big story that we're following this morning. the san francisco board of supervisors has voted to keep jfk drive closed off to cars for good. it's a lot of people wanted that after experimenting with that during covid kron four's. sara stinson is live in san francisco with more. hi, sarah. >> that's right. jfk drive here in golden gate park is going to be closed to cars permanently 7 days a week and again, as you said, a lot of people in support of that. we saw that at the meeting yesterday, the san francisco board of supervisors voted and approved after 12 hours of
discussion and public comment. there's been so many organizations in the city that have fought to make this happen a lot in some with a coalition. some with the kids safe. they have all worked hard and tirelessly to make sure that this boat goes in their favor and it did. you can see video on your screen up or we're talking about jfk. this 1.5 mile stretch of it just being closed to cars and open for people who are walking and biking and enjoying that outdoor recreation people against this, though, want jfk open on weekdays for cars. so there's more accessibility since people have gone back to work and kids have gone back to school. so not everyone is in favor of this, but a lot of people are jfk first became 100% car free back in april, twenty-twenty by mayor london breed closing it off to cars between jfk drive on the eastern end of golden gate park from keys or drive to the transverse drive. 24 hours a day so can safely exercise
with social distancing during the pandemic. people in the city fell in love with this open space. now around 300,000, people use it per month. so maryland and be breed wrote up this legislation to make it like this for ever. and the board supervisors agreed approving it before was closed to traffic. the organization walk sf says it was the city's it was on the city's list of most dangerous streets due to the number of traffic crashes. mayor london breed push for this saying it's not only about safety, but it's all about cutting those climate emissions. let's take a look at what she tweeted. she's clearly very excited about this. she said, quote, today is an historic day. the board just voted to make jfk drive permanently car free and essential space for residents and families that has no long-term benefit to the city. we still have some work to do, but passing this legislation is one we begin to make real change in by work to be done. she's coined really addressing the issues head on. for those
people who said that it's not going to allow those who are disabled to access the park. and that's why she said that this plan now gives them the green light to make dozens of fixes to make it more accessible to all. for now, i'm sara stinson reporting live in golden gate park. back to you. thanks a lot, sarah. >> 5, 0, 9 is the time. some east bay commu ers are asking that the mask mandate be brought back for public transportation. they sent a letter to the ac transit board saying that this is a major public health issue camila barco is live with the details. camilla. >> yeah, good morning. so in that letter, the east bay transit riders union says that bringing back mask on public transportation will help reduce the spread of covid. now we're also hearing the same from bart. if you remember bart's board president is also proposing to bring back mask on its trains. now, the east bay transit riders union as a group of riders who use public transportation daily and they
want the ac transit board of directors to bring back mask on buses that run in the east bay. now the union says they owe it to the people who ride these buses that are high-risk and vulnerable because by not wearing them, it could lead to serious health problems. they also argue that taking no action is likely to drive people away from taking the bus is now bart's board. president rebecca saltzman also wants to see a mask requirement on bart trains. she sent a letter to 5 bay area counties where bart operates urging them to make masks a requirement on public transportation. now, saltzman says she's not trying to make mask a permanent lifelong thing. they she says that they're trying to keep it rule, at least until july, but we're just going to have to see what happens because bart board of directors will consider this mask requirement at a meeting tomorrow. but darya james tonight, the east bay transit riders union will present their proposal on bringing back mask on public transportation to the ac
transit board of directors. and that meeting is scheduled for 5 this afternoon. back to you. all right. thanks a lot, camilla. >> 5.10, is the time right now. and still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news, the drought bringing more changes now to east bay. we'll tell you about the new mandatory measures. what happens if you don't and democrats and republicans at odds over covid funding. we'll tell you why. republican say they're not going make a decision until a vote on titled 42 is brought up. >> in today, back on the cooler side. kind of like yesterday was so i would recommend the long sleeves, the light jackets with you as you're leaving today as we see temperatures in the 60's to 70's this afternoon. it's not too terribly cool. definitely jacket where the more your forecast ahead. >> and hitting the road on this wednesday. we are keeping a close eye on your commute. we'll have an update on your drive times once we get back drive times once we get back from break.
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be around oakland throughout the summer chewing away at some of those steeper hills that are hard to get some. you know, you can get a lot more on that. i so love that because i'd never sit and watch a lawnmower, but i love it. yeah. yeah. it's really a love that. okay. so let's get over the weather center because johns keeping an eye on our weather forecast. the fire danger that could potentially be on us come this summer. if drought conditions worsen. yeah. because that's one of our big stories that we're talking about is more regulations. yeah, it definitely so. and with this dry week ahead of us, more dry weather likely into next month, too likely to be even more of those drought expands to the summer months ahead. >> your view outside right now, skies are relatively clear. we're not talking that much fog this morning. just a partly cloudy day ahead of us. bright skies will shine through that occasional passing cloud cover this morning. not just says crystal clear is yesterday nor the day before it was now low pressure system exit the region. that's
what brought us is cooler weather in the first place. now we're just sitting in the in the jet stream before we eventually do see heat and that high pressure ridge building back in this weekend. so we're a bit-breezy just a little bit cooler, too. as you can see here, futurecast shows you that few passing clouds that will have today, as we've already noted, not the clears. today's in this forecast. we work our way on into tomorrow with some generally clear, but still cool conditions. we're holding off on that warm up until friday at which point temperatures will noticeably climb. well, back into the 70's for more and more of the day. and then even warmer than that on into saturday and sunday. temperatures, 50 60's and san francisco and near the coastline and then looking at some 60's to 70's elsewhere. burlingame, 62 foster city down through palo alto, each of 64 south bay. temperatures today still hanging on to the 60's. fairly close to the 70's san jose at 68 east bay numbers. mostly mid 60's fremont and union city at 64
oakland. 65 conquered. up in just a in portions of napa counties looking at some 70's today, vacaville an antioch or warmest spots pretty comfortable for you that 74 degrees each a little bit breezy both today. and tomorrow's definitely keep the jackets with you on these days. you can shed those jackets come the weekend and look forward to some mid to upper 70's friday saturday and sunday. lots of sunshine. great weekend weather chance of showers next monday. and that's all we've got as far as rainfall potential goes rain. john, thank you for that. looking forward to getting outside this weekend. hey, if you are hitting the road starting in the south bay. >> taking one. 0 one. 85 traveling into middle park around 27 to 28 minute 2, 80, 80 to 17 2.37, no hazards are accidents at this hour. 8 minute drive traveling into the city may so that fremont street exit check on the san mateo bridge. 18 want to one a little under 14 for you as you're traveling again, a look at the richmond. sandra fell bridge tolls to one o one about 7 minutes for you and
highway 4, antioch traveling into conquered around 15 minutes. tara, james, back to you. >> thank you. 5.17 right now the cdc has identified a new more infectious subvariant of omicron. it's a different version of the ba 2 variant. the new variant is now the dominant strain and represents about 29% of cases across the u.s. health officials say that it does spread faster. then the ba 2. but doctors say it does not lead to more severe infections. the report also finds 3 out of every 5 people in the u.s. now have antibodies from catching covid. they say about 61% of all americans have gotten covid interesting art. 5.18, is that i'm speaking of covid contact. tracing is underway right now. >> after vice president kamala harris tested positive for covid-19. the vice president is cursed currently isolating and working from the vice president's home. she has not
been in close contact with president joe b den or the first lady. so that's not a concern. a spokeswoman for harris says that the vice president is not experiencing any symptoms whatsoever. she is paxlovid. that's the antiviral pill from pfizer. they also say that she is fully vaccinated and double boosted harris will return to the white house when she gets a negative test last month. second gentleman, doug emhoff tested positive for covid. >> pfizer is requesting emergency use authorization from the fda for a covid booster shots for children, ages 5 to 11. the company says that 3rd dose, that 3rd dose, which is, you know, booster increases the antibodies by 36% in kids. pfizer also expects to submit more studies on children even younger than 5 in the following weeks. >> well, the white house is warning of what could happen if congress doesn't pass another round of covid funding. soon. democrats say they're ready to move or republicans say they don't
support. anna wiernicki has more live from dc hi, anna. good morning with the white house is really putting pressure on congress this week to actually they say that without the additional funding from congress, the u.s. will lose covid treatments. >> good afternoon, everybody. white house covid-19 response she's john says the u.s. is at an inflection point. deaths are continuing to fall. >> we're down about 300 deaths today. >> still to many, but john says the u.s. needs to ready itself for new mutations and variants congress has not stepped up to provide the funds that are needed for our most urgent needs earlier this month, congress announced they reached a bipartisan deal on a 10 billion dollar covid-19 relief bill. less than half of the 22.5 billion the white house requested. but lawmakers left for recess without a vote. the holdup republicans need to have. >> title 42 vote. some point
here in all likelihood on the covid package. >> senate minority leader mitch mcconnell says republicans won't support it unless it includes an amendment that targets president biden's plans to let the pandemic asylum policy known as title. 42, this is extremely important. >> the border is already entirely to open. it shouldn't be used to hold up important things like covid 8. but democrats say the need for funding is critical. >> the white house says it's already exhausted funds to purchase a 4th round of covid-19. vaccine doses. and they've already started to cut back shipments of anybody, treatments to states to make supplies last longer. it's very risky for the health of the american people for them to be playing political games with it. >> senate democrats need at least 10 republicans on board in order to pass the bill and schumer says that he'll be spending the week meeting with members from both sides of the aisle to try to reach some sort of agreement as quickly as possible. for now live in
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stolen. >> is now back. fact, it was stolen from a car dealership. all it was awaiting some repair work forcefully to call. talk with the leaks. founder who hopes to get it back on the road as soon as possible. >> it will require much needed repairs on both the interior and exterior. but the van stolen from the coach cerner league last month is back in the league's possession. i thought it would be found i didn't think it would be down so quickly. league founder ryan serna says the van was actually located a few blocks from where the non-profit youth flag football league plays its games. it was recovered by the solano county sheriff's office just a few weeks after it was stolen from a car dealership last month while awaiting the replacement of its catalytic converter, which was stolen before it was originally donated to the league back that they are able to find it. and we do have it back in our protection. now you all be to boost the fix is a blessing. serna says the repairs will total at least
$8,000. but fortunately, the community has raised nearly $5,000 to help out the vallejo police activities league and the service organization, the native sons of the golden west have also partner to donate a second van to the youth league older than its mobile high. but we're really happy to have both bands will be used to transport kids and equipment to and from games this month, the coed league launched its second season serving low-income youth and will run for 10 weeks. phillipe djegal all kron. 4 news. >> of business was vandalized. take a look at what happened. a man arrived on a bicycle. and says over the weekend and he starts throwing stuff at the door so well trained. well, the windows. this is on broadway street. there. now like big rocks or something, the owners of the store say this man appeared to be intoxicated and harassed them. the business owners say they actually tried to get him to leave. harris. not counter
they and recorded this on their cell phone. and and they gave us photos. you can really see his face. the business owners have reported this to the police. >> we will take a break. 5.26. is the time coming up next on the kron. 4 morning news teachers in the east bay going on strike for going. explain what they're demanding. the school district change.
>> it's 5.29. and thanks for waking up with us. the outlook about james. you can see a little slivers of moon, which reminds me i'm really enjoying tonight. if you >> reach out. we're all kind of fan base. know what it reminds me of his don't clip your nails in the house. that looks like a big male living and that's bathroom. yes. with that can't just go round clip at know your pick him up off the floor. she should on that. alright, let's get to the weather center. good morning, have never heard. so look at the moon. bill clinton and see it is beautiful out there. this important just a bit breezy and cool bay bridge right there. looking nice and clear. we are in the midst of cloudy day at times. but they - were still very much so on the brighter side. >> you have sunshine all through the day and a comfortable one at that 40's 50's for most of our current temperatures petaluma 37 right now or coal dust of spots.
i'll be breaking down. what else to expect as we reach the 2nd half of this week. still to come over to irena. don, thank you for that. hit the roads this morning. traffic is moving along pretty nicely. an 18 minute drive traveling across the golden gate bridge. so 37 to the tolls. no hazards to slow you down the bay bridge at an 8 minute drive for you, making it into the city to that fremont street exit crockett down towards the maze. traffic still at the limit at about 15 minutes for your drive. also no issues along 6.80, as you're traveling to walnut creek, doubling down to fremont about 15 minutes 8.80, still moving at a limit to hayward and fremont. and we'll give you a look at the south bay while one. 0, one. 85 in to menlo park around 29 minutes started. james, back to you. thank you. rain is 5.31. and the drought is forcing bay area cities to make some big changes. yeah. most recently the east bay. >> well, east bay regional water the board there's voted to put limits on water usage and there going to be tougher penalties to if households go
over those limits. so be force resistance. who takes a look? >> we're going into a stage, 2 drought. that means that customers are going to be required, not asked to conserve water effective immediately. east bay municipal utility district customers must start conserving water or else face penalties. >> the board approved the move into stage 2 drought at its tuesday meeting. district spokesperson andrea polk breaks down. what happens next? >> we're asking them to conserve water at a level of temper and that is district-wide not individually. some people can save more. and some people have already taken, you know, significant measures. polk says that the board stopped short of putting in a drought surcharge or rate hike to help pay for extra water supplies due to the drought, tabling that tell a meeting in may. >> but the board will start an excessive water use. panel. the ordinance that puts a limit of slightly more than
1600 gallons per household. and if you go over that daily rate is $2 per unit. it's definitely time to take that route seriously. so it was tempting back in october and december to think that we were out of the are dry january march. certainly polk says all of this is not to punish households, but >> face a reality. 3 year statewide drought. i would say the most important thing for people is that what they do really matters what they do counts collectively, we really can make a difference. and we must make a difference in case next year is dry to recess to kron. 4 news. >> well opened. teachers are preparing now for a major strike on friday. they gathered for a news conference yesterday ahead of that strike at the port of oakland to explain why they feel they need to take this next step. starting in june, the oakland unified school district plans on merging and closing schools in the district says it's
necessary to avoid budget shortfalls and improve quality of education. well, the oakland education association says the district illegally backed out of a 2019 agreement to not close schools before giving teachers at least a chance to offer some input. >> there is they have decision. 8. we welcome to the community there's all of the guidelines. >> oakland school district superintendent kayla johnson trim l called the strike a violation of the current collective bargaining agreement between the district and e a friday strike is scheduled to start at 6.30 in the morning. a judge will hear eas unfair labor complaint on may. 20th. >> dublin, unified teachers, families and community members are demanding more support and better resources for students. the dublin teachers association feels the district is not doing all it can to better retain and recruit
educators for the dublin schools. the association president says right now the schools have a number of special education teacher openings vacancies that have been filled. also math and science vacancies, district life. >> that was last in alameda county with 30 years of service credit that come when people join our district. we only take 5 years when districts around our county take anywhere from 9 to all years of service. and that's a huge contention when you're recruiting educators and then obviously we are also working toward salary enhancements for the retention of our current in place and the recruitment process. >> the teachers association leaders say they're looking forward to their next negotiate meet negotiations with the district. >> time now is 5.35. and lawmakers are moving forward with a plan that could force people who are homeless and severely mentally ill into treatment. the controversial plan known as care court still has several hurdles ahead. kron four's ashley zavala takes a closer look.
>> the state senate judiciary committee tuesday kicked off legislative debate on governor gavin newsom's care court proposal. there are thousands of californians who are languishing. >> this impacts families throughout the state of california. the plan aims to get the most severely mentally ill off the streets are out of jail and into court ordered care. california health and human services secretary doctor mark galli was a witness in support. >> he said it's expected to help between 7,000 to 12,000 people, homelessness as many faces in california. >> one of the most tragic treatable. this not experienced by the sickest of the sick who often need effective treatment and supports to identify the road to recovery and stability. but the measure faces fierce opposition from several disability, mental health and civil liberty groups who have concerns with forced treatment. >> leave that force terror works well for people with mental health disabilities. and we don't feel that there's
a good evidence base to support. others raised concerns about a lack of housing workforce and how it could worsen racial disparities with some noting black californians make up more than 40% of the state's homeless population diagnosis of black men. >> which is a fun and it's well documented yet another disparity. here's a tip. courtney perpetually disparities, court process address the structural that in san francisco, governor gavin newsome was asked to respond to the criticism tuesday instead of answering he brought up care. court supporter mayor london breed to the microphone. this is not about. >> people of color, minority civil liberties. this is about basic human decency. but democrats acknowledge the plan has divided some of them from each other and from groups. they typically work with asked to. >> make a decision that. really what we always believe it, right, the freedoms and the civil liberties that we all believe in. i just want to say in making this decision,
it's tough, but it's tougher to see. human beings on the street like that. how much care court could cost is still to be determined >> in sacramento, ashley zavala kron, 4 news. >> still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. ford is making one of its popular trucks electric. we're going to show you how it drives and its features. plus, the warriors are getting ready to wrap up their series with the nuggets. hopefully they'll do it today. we're going to hear about how they're feeling ahead of tonight's game. and uc berkeley students are having a tough time finding a place to stay. why some say they wish they knew this was a problem they knew this was a problem before the why hide your skin if dupixent has your moderate-to-severe eczema, or atopic dermatitis under control? hide my skin? not me. because dupixent targets a root cause of eczema,
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>> it's 5.40, right now in college. students across the u.s. are looking for housing for the next school year. you get a plan for that. now it's not easy. those students are facing a massive housing shortage and surging rents. the lack of housing both on campus and off has been a longstanding problem at a lot of schools here in california, the university california berkeley has limited dorm space and competition is fierce for nearby offcampus units. they could started about $1600 a month just for studio. most students say that they had no idea of this housing situation when they chose to attend uc berkeley. >> feel like most students go into this process blind not knowing how bad and how difficult it is to >> and frankly, i definitely was not prepared.
>> to be distressed about housing every year and about >> think about it. you know that, you know, you all will they let me end. so there must be a place for me. but, you know, that could not be the case is well like it is a cow in march. uc berkeley said that they would have to cap student enrollment numbers because of a lawsuit brought by neighbors who have been irate over the schools and growth. but state lawmakers fast track to fix to allow the campus to roll as many students as we've planned for the 2022 fall semester. so the students can come. now there's a crack and now where they go to sleep, where they live. it's a problem. it's 5.42. we'll be right back.
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>> 5.45 is the time. and ford is making, as we know, an electric version of its a very popular f one, 50 pickup. our correspondent paul gerke took a trip to the company to take one of them out for a test drive and tells us what it was like and what the future of electric cars for that company looks like. >> the ford f one, 50 has been the best-selling truck in america for 45 years. and now it's going all electric. let's fire this thing up. all right. let's to here we go. it was already first. it's such a
change right? you're just to stay here and an engine per when you're sitting in a truck, but don't let that silence fool you. the standard lightning packs more than 400 horsepower and 775 pounds of instant torque. that's more getting up than most models of the gas. powered f one. i'll show you what the instantaneous torque and do not very fast. but >> all in all. >> it's quite something bad. that has got some get up and go. you guys like to go over the rough road. tracking show you what look for us. we can write off of quarters. all right. so this is the rough road track. every vehicle goes across this rough road track. >> to check for any speaks unravels. this feels like a michigan expressway. west. coming up and scott was right here. to us. the frame. i didn't hear squeaks or rattles. i didn't either. as expected.
>> to push the electric experience, ford is offering state of the art technology, 360 degree cameras and a center council touch screen to compete with tesla. talk about this screen. this is state of the art stuff. this are living in the future. now my friend. >> yeah. it's a very large screens. a 15 orchard its large one that you can get 50 came and get this in the eye. so they have at this point. so it's i think it's the same one that's in the maki. so, yeah, it's it's really great show different things. a climate controlled, the navigation on all the same time. and what's this right here? yeah, this is a camera that looks at your eyes to make sure you're paying attention to the road so you can do handsfree blucher striving. wait what? it's always watching you. yeah, it's watching. even if you're wearing sunglasses can tells if you're paying attention the road so that you hands free, driving a little sense of pride like a proud father taking one of these awful lot. i think everybody does. i think everybody feels very proud that they had a part in making this. all right. so we're going to take this one back and put it back in line.
>> there's a couple of things wrong with this story. first of all, they realize that they're wearing the yellow vests in the car doesn't matter well you don't need to wear yellow vest. it's not going to text. you know, can see your element. but then secondly, all i want to know is how much right? how far will that take me on a normal drive you find answer. that's what i really want to but at least it exists. james delivers or get pushed 2013 now, 2013, 2023 has say us. but the tesla, tips. supply shortages in all stuff. so they're making a handful of them. real mask delivery won't begin until 2020. so all, by the way, tesla says its cybertruck will also go to mass produce show. >> they're all going to come around, if you want an electric truck, you have to wait is the story. but they look really cool. lot of people just have to wait for any kind of car these days. the ground is so high. okay. i know at electric cars have been on the say a double the rate last year and we have plenty of sunshine and great weather to drive them. and i
mean, it is beautiful for drive. it really is this week. if you are driving your electric or your gas guzzler, it's just smooth sailing because we've got the clear skies. we've got the dry conditions unlike last week, which was obviously quite rainy at many times. oakland berkeley hills, looking great with those partly cloudy conditions overhead. once the sun does come up. >> we're going to see things brightening up pretty quickly out there. now, as far as we go right now, that cold front already long swept through. so we're in the dip in the jet stream that's bringing us this cooler. feel breezy conditions is making for a brisk start. so bundle up this morning. keep the light jacket with you this afternoon. you're going to need it on hand today. partly cloudy at times, mostly sunny and others. tomorrow is going to be clear. but just as cool and just as brisk dealing with those winds continuing its not until friday that we're really going to settle into warmer weather. that's the way we're going to stay through the weekend weekend weather to look forward to for sure 50's at the coastline today and then 60's for most of our bayshore cities. very, very nice. as long as you're prepared for the long sleeves, a light jacket and you will be
feeling nice as you get outside, enjoying yet another dry bright day ahead. san jose at 68 pleasanton and i-65 same for you in oakland. actually. well, concord and then much of solano and napa counties back up into the 70's today. some of our warmest spots today. a look ahead shows tomorrow. cool like today, but warming into the weekend nearing 80 by saturday. a chance of showers that are low chance of that on monday. john, thank you for that. let's start of the south bay. if you are taking want to want right now heading from 85 into middle part. >> slight delay there about 33 minutes for your drive as you're traveling to 18, 82, i don't see any major issues into 37 traffic is moving at the limit heading into the city. meteor lights are still off. 10 minute drive traveling from the maze. 2 that fremont street exit. let's check on the san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula around 12 minutes for your drive as you're making your way, it will crockett down towards the major at 16 minutes. things are starting to pick up in that richmond
area and once you get to the maze, they're down by the toll plaza. 18 minute drive. 37 to the tolls along the golden gate bridge and doubling down to fremont around 14 minutes 80. we're seeing some things pick up as you're traveling past. they were but starts to pick a backup to move pretty nicely at the limit. once you make it into freeman darya. james, back to you. >> thank you very much. rain at 5.51. the time and happening tonight. got that high on forgot that a warrior is going try and finish it all up against the denver nuggets in advance of the next round. and and appropriately, you're wearing it because you always were at home that, yes, you were away and you messed up denver on friday. that's all i'm going to say. it was me do not wear the tie with their way tonight. their home staff has not started a game for the warriors yet in these playoffs. but coach kerr says >> that there there is no longer a minutes restriction for steph good. he's got the foot is all healed up so it could be back in the starting
lineup tonight. we'll see that regardless of who starts, though. kerr says there's a lot of reasons and a lot of things for the team to learn from that game. 4 loss in denver. >> i think there are a lot of lessons from that you know, you never want to lose. you don't, you know, want to make you know, the a lesson for what we need to do better. and good. good for us to feel that kind of pressure on the road. good for us to feel that, you know what happens when we get away from the game plan only kind of get outside ourselves a little bit. >> and good to feel it early on. you know, so we went into to nothing and >> they took that game and plenty of if i'm a little tired tomorrow morning, it's because i stayed up late tip off at 7 o'clock we us. okay. haha. all right. well, you know what? you did it because i'm a stand-up baseball. today's kicked off the bay bridge series in san francisco? yup. so let's get to the action. 3rd inning we
go. giants were up at that point by iran. >> and wilmer flores sends this one deep to left field. that's a three-run home run giving the giants of 4. will lead to that. course, the bay bridge series. yeah. >> bottom of the 7th now, austin slater driving this one to right field. that's another three-run home run for the giants. san francisco goes on to win this one by final 8 to 2. so you one for the giants, but don't worry. a's fans a good game to the bay bridge series tonight. so the a's have a chance to tie it up. first pitch. >> set for 6.45
>> falcons. >> i get tired of seeing is spectacular rule. and so this happened while you were sleeping, history was made. nasa astronaut stanford grad jessica watkins is on her way to the international space station. she's going to be the first black woman to serve aboard the iss. i thought you said you were going to call her doctor. walk in on water absolutely. thank you. let's get to the spec to yes, because that's sending her up into space from the kennedy space center early this morning. cool. yeah, actually the first crew comprised equally of men and women, too. so there's a little bit of history who's going to spend 5 months in space. spacex now has launched 5 crews for nasa and 2 private trips in just
under 2 years. you don't know if women women take over space to. that's fine. i i noticed like almost all my doctors are women now which they were taken over, james will probably get better all right. we've got good news if you love to be in golden gate park without cars, all of a sudden i'm trying drive and park and everything. >> we've got the mixed reaction to the new rules and we'll tell you about that. plus, the east bay transit rider union wants the mask mandate back on buses. what do you think about putting masks on now that that regulation has been lifted nationwide? >> and there are still a lot of questions about a baby's kidnapping in san jose will tell you what we know in a
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>> from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron 4 morning news at 6. >> good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm sorry and i'm james. 06:00am as the time it's beginning, get a little brighter outside. getting a better feel for how but yeah, the moon is gone. it to you got to get up earlier for but the day actually looks fantastic once again today. it does. let's talk about it on. yeah. beautiful out there again. we're smooth sailing this week. not a lot coming through to interrupt this dry and mild trend of weather. we've been on your view outside this morning looking nice and this perspective, too, right there on the embarcadero today. you'll notice a few more clouds than yesterday and temperatures will remain cool. a brisk wind does continue. so it's light jacket, kind of stuff. but >> comfortably cool