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their clients because they had nothing that they needed to do their jobs. >> now at 9, the owners of a small ball, not creeks. a lot and plant shop are trying to do what they can to help their stylists after thousands of dollars worth of their equipment was stolen. good evening and thank you for joining us here for kron. 4 news at 9 o'clock. i'm dan full and i'm noelle bellow. the owners of the store friend and from say it happened early wednesday morning on south main street kron four's amanda hari is live so that some surveillance video and more details on why the owners believe this was not. >> a random crime. amanda. >> the owners tell me they don't know who the people are in the video, but they say they believe those people may have scoped out the place. they say from the video, it looks like they knew where all the expensive equipment was placed and where some of those cameras work. >> someone walk into your space is the incredibly violating feeling. you just feel. it's just a really
disgusting feeling down to the core video of the moment. at least 2 people broke into for engine from on south main street in walnut creek. >> in one shot, you can see the suspect cover and knock over the camera. >> owners shelby in blaine, jackson were just coming back from taking a few days off to celebrate their 5th anniversary on we realize they still all of the tools of our trade on the salon. end of the business. >> so all the clippers, all this year's blow dryer, some of them brand-new. they say their stylists, rent space in the slot and felt safe enough to leave their things behind. >> now they've lost thousands of dollars worth of equipment. >> all of our stylists and barbers have been doing hair for over a decade. so they've accumulated really good quality. >> stop the blame. jackson says the stylus community came out to help. so many people have not only donated but have
dropped off tools, letting giving us schools so we can work right away. they're now able to operate this lawn because of the support they even start a fundraiser to help the stylists. so many. >> customers and clients id ending us. some people just randomly sending me and all to donate to their stylus into our shot. >> the owners tell me they are very grateful for all of the support th-y received and they the community live in walnut creek, amanda hari kron. 4 news. >> amanda, thank you for that. one man is in the hospital after an early morning shooting in oakland. police found him just after 03:00am near 30th and telegraph avenue. investigators say the man was shot during a robbery. so far no suspect has been arrested. the victim is set to be in critical condition. down in the south bay. the coroner's office has determined fentanyl toxicity is what caused the death of former san jose police officer
john packer, the 24 year-old rookie officer was found dead in his milpitas home back in march. packer was a football star at san jose state before pursuing a career in law enforcement. the investigation into his death is ongoing. the san jose police chief has said, quote, any allegation of illegal drug use by a san jose police officer is concerning and quote, we're going to continue to update this story as more information becomes available. 2 people are dead and a 3rd person may be missing in san mateo county. >> after a late night car crash in pasco darrow state beach as authorities search for that possible 3rd person. the question remains how they ended up driving off the cliff in the first place from forcefully to reports. >> why the car drove off the cliff is still unclear. but the california highway patrol does confirm. >> that a man possibly in his 40's has died and a girl was also killed. >> the search continued into the morning for a possible 3rd victim. but that person was
not found in the u.s. coast guard suspended its search just before 9 o'clock in the morning. >> we're told the crash here at prescott arrow state beach happened just before 9 o'clock friday night. the chp says 2012, toyota tacoma driving down pescadero creek road headed toward the ocean, continue through the highway. one intersoction and the beach parking lot before falling 30 feet down the cliff. the car was partially submerged in the water. >> the man was found dead about an hour after the crash. the girl located inside the car at around 1 o'clock in the morning. both victims are from freedom, california. some of things that happen in cases like this is a person could be. >> and the influence of alcohol or drugs that could be going to be in that those, you know, those falling out of love. those falling at the event last night. but in the way, they got to ready to drive that vehicle. >> and be ready for anything that can happen. and in this case, what happened then?
going to see it as the investigation continues. we'll learn more and more. either way, it's a very exciting that we lost 2 lights and possibly through the coast guard believes that this time only 2 people were inside the car. but if at any point investigators determined there was a 3rd person, they'll continue. >> their search as for the crash itself, the chp says at this point it's unclear if drugs or alcohol were factors. >> in san mateo county fleet of all kron, 4 news. >> some fire department heroics earlier today, a man was stuck 80 feet up on the transbay bay, a terminal building on mission street and sand. francisco and firefighters were able to rescue that man and get him down safely around 7 o'clock this morning. they say he was experiencing a behavioral emergency. it was then taken to a local er for evaluation. >> well, last month, california leaders introduced new legislation to prevent police from using rape kit dna
to connect people to crimes. san francisco district attorney jason to dean and senator scott wiener of now co authored the bill after discovering the san francisco police department have been retaining dna from assault survivors. and then using that information for searches unrelated to the assault, senator wiener has called the practice unacceptable. >> we need to just make clear that this is banned. but if you are sexually assaulted and you make the brave choice to come forward to report the crime to go to the hospital, to provide a dna sample that that sample will not used against you in the future. >> senate bill, 1, 1, 2, 2, 8, or the genetic privacy for assault victims. bill unanimously passed its first obstacle last week. it is heading to the senate appropriations committee, san francisco police chief bill scott has expressed support for that bill. meanwhile, the north bay, a vigil was held in benicia in memory of victims
of crime families gathering at alvarez, 9th street park to honor loved ones lost to violence. families from oakland, richmond, fairfield and allay all released balloons to honor the lives lost to violent crimes. >> this vigil is part of the 4th annual survivors speak healing vigil day of action marking national crime victims rights week. the event is one of dozens in cities across the country. time now to get you a check of your 4 zone forecast this evening. looking beautiful and they're really nice night again, looking really good out there. a little windy out there today. but it was, you breezy, cool and nice memories. rodriguez joining us now. >> with what to expect a recent hey there, dana know, well, we're tracking those breezy winds up there specially along the coast for beaches. >> temperatures currently in the low 50's but just barely at half moon bay and radar for tracking very clear calm conditions out there right now. but we are seeing some pretty gusty winds for those of you in the east bay
shoreline. 21 miles per hour sustained winds up to 25 miles per hour fairfield. but back in the teens for downtown san francisco and san jose. so finally noticing some calmer winds out there this evening in those cities. but wind gusts will continue throughout tonight, especially for our bay area coastline could see gusts upwards of 30 miles per hour or less. and even by your sunday morning, they're still going to continue to howl there, even for north bay valleys. going to see the return of those northerly offshore breezes warming temperatures up in the mid 70's for most of our warmest inland valleys. cool sea breeze, though, will keep temperatures there for downtown san francisco, 30 mile per hour sustained winds by sunday afternoon in the mid 60's. some temperatures out there right now pretty uniform numbers low to mid 50's san jose. 55 degrees barely in the low 50's for pacifica and half moon bay, san mateo, 54 degrees with napa in the low 50's as his petaluma currently at 50 degrees. but we're going to track a nice warming trend sunday before we cool down
again on monday. temperatures slowly going to warm up on tuesday. find out just how toasty it's going to get for warmest inland valleys in just a few minutes. back to you, dana. noel, thanks. bree now to the latest out of ukraine where the ukrainian military and small militias continue putting up a stiff resistance against the invading russian force as russian troops have struggled to make gains in the east despite ukraine. >> suffering a series of bombings this week while rushes fighting to control the donbas region in the east. nusa satellite images show the vast destruction in mariupol in the southeast. the war has now claimed at least one american life. the family of 22 year-old willie cancel announcing the former marine died this week in ukraine. he was serving as a private military contractor when he was killed. >> if you then just ways keeps steal the target, russian fears of season, brees is reese. you're right. bag.
mean, really save >> back in washington, the biden administration is trying to secure an additional 33 billion dollars for weapons and aid for ukraine. the pentagon said that money would help the besieged country for another 5 actress and un special envoy activists, angelina jolie making a surprise visit to the lviv region of ukraine. this week she visited a medical institution and talked about the impact of war on their lives. she also met children who were caught up in that russian miss missile strike at the railway station. >> that was targeted earlier this month. that airstrike killed 52 people. dozens others were wounded. jolie has also visited a boarding school which not only houses people displaced by war, but also humanitarian aid and weapons. >> not a lot going. take a break now. coming up, the reason behind the increase in
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this specific form for nicotine is being targeted. >> health organizations like the american lung association say the ban. >> could prevent thousands if not millions of americans from growing addicted to cigarettes. we're truly excited. erika sward with the american lung association is applauding the fda's effort to ban the sale of menthol flavored cigarettes. menthol cigarettes are very dangerous. menthol cigarettes make it easier for the poisoning to go down. sort says the proposed rule is years in the making fda's scientific advisory committee recommended that menthol cigarettes be removed from the marketplace to the obama administration and comes after a decades old battle with tobacco companies who fought to keep the flavor on the market. this is something the industry will not go quietly into the night about. and she's right already. groups like british american tobacco say they plan to fight against the proposed rule saying in a statement we do
not believe the public science supports regulating menthol cigarettes differently from non menthol cigarettes. thursday, white house press secretary jen psaki defended the administration's efforts. its estimate the limiting menthol and tobacco products could prevent up to 650,004 1000 deaths over the next 40 years and pushed back against criticism. the rule could result in the arrest of black americans who disproportionately used the products because rule would go after manufacturers and people who sell not individuals to smoke menthol cigarettes. it is not just health organizations applauding the band. civil rights groups say for decades now, the tobacco industry has targeted black communities disproportionately black americans use menthol products. of course, it could take nearly a year for the rule to be finalized. for now in washington, raquel martin, back to you. a trail of destruction left behind by a massive tornado that ripped through a small town.
>> in kansas overnight, officials say hundreds of homes and other buildings were destroyed more than 15,000 people. >> are now without power. this is all in andover tax, kansas, excuse me, the scope of the damage isn't fully known just yet as the long recovery process is just beginning. one family describes what it was like as they sheltered inside a ymca. >> that migrate rain and explosions like i don't know if it was from cars hitting the building or what everybody was just storm. the shelters there says never going to see him again. just glad they're okay. like i said to the staff. >> just a to be here. just incredibly strong winds so strong. >> that they were heavy enough to just toss suvs into buildings. as you see here. that's the ymca. but thankfully no one has died and no one was seriously injured in this. all right. let's get
a check now in our 4 zone forecast. this is a look at sfo. a pretty busy probably people taking some trips, you know, may is here getting closer to summer, correct. and but but i i don't think we've got a lot of winds. i don't think the winds are strong enough to lift any of those plans but we're going to stick around for a reason. yeah, they really are especially monday where we're going to notice some pretty breezy to gusty winds returning and remaining in the forecast. so >> we are tracking, though, because of that cool sea breeze temperatures today barely warming up into the low 60's and we should be in the mid 60's this time of year. so few degrees below average there. conquer, though. 76 degrees of 16 degrees warmer than our coolest coastal cities. thanks to some weak- northerly winds there. so we are tracking, though, right now, golden gate bridge. very clear conditions. calm are out there right now in san francisco and eric particles going to be on the good side for tomorrow. i know it's looking a little hazy, but overall we are tracking pretty
good air quality, not just today, but even extending into tomorrow as well. when trucker for though, we are going to see those wind speeds staying put right along the coast, 30 miles per hour or less, not too big of an issue out there tonight. a little bit breezy in the east bay shoreline and for some of our north bay inland valleys. but radar for were very tracking, very dry. pretty calm conditions. but on monday, we're going to see the return of a wind storm as the storm to our north tries to clip the north bay but not going to bring any rain. it's oust going to leave the tail end of those winds behind it. that's going to continue for thursday and friday as well even into saturday morning. so windy days of going to stick around in the bay area. temperatures out there right now in the low to mid 50's. so pretty uniform numbers out there right now. santa rosa and concord. 56 degrees. mid 50's for san jose with san carlos. barely in the low 50's at 50 degrees and overnight lows tonight low to mid and upper 40's antioch in the low 50's with temperatures tomorrow widespread mid to
upper 70's for north and east bay valleys. even san jose and fremont warming up into the mid 70's with fremont at 76 degrees. hayward, 73 degrees behalf 57 degrees on account of that cool sea breeze. but in downtown san francisco, winds out of the west, 20 to 30 miles per hour by or sunday afternoon, but when the game starts first pitch at one. 0, 5, in the afternoon. expect low 60's along the embarcadero. eventually warming up into the mid-sixties and then we're really going to warm. but tuesday and wednesday of this upcoming week, 5 to 15 degrees above average with some of our inland valleys, flirting with 90's, mid 70's along the bay and mid 60's for most of our bay area beaches and coastline. back to you, dan and well. >> thanks, mabrisa. los angeles community leaders are calling for unity as the city marks 30 years since the la riots this weekend. the la riots were one of the most transformative incidents in the city's history. the city erupted in violence after 4 lapd officers were acquitted
in the brutal beating of rodney king. those lie it riots lasted for 6 days in 1992. from april. 29th until may 4th yesterday, elected officials reflected on the dark period in the progress made so foster more racial harmony across communities. >> a city has survived and changed. in many ways. you can see the brave and bold articulation of an la. you never want to bet against. but in other places we still see a city still broken and broke. >> mayor garre said he says the riots were a turning point in the history of los angeles. 63 people were killed more than 2000 others were injured and the property damage totaled just over 1 billion dollars. >> a heartbreaking loss in the world of country music singer naomi judd of the grammy-winning mother, daughter duo. the judge has passed away tear daughters were known in. ashley judd made the announcement saying today we sisters experienced a
tragedy, lost our beautiful mother to the disease of mental illness. we are shattered the red-haired kentucky born singer was a country music darling, as the judge went on to score 14 number one songs and several grammys. >> the jags were set to be inducted into the country. music hall of fame tomorrow. they were also gearing up for a fall tour. naomi judd was 76 years old. we'll be
>> welcome back. republican lawmakers are pressuring the fda over its decision to permit americans to receive abortion pills in the mail agency temporarily allowed the option during the height of the pandemic and made it permanent late last year. but as jessi tenure reports, critics are calling it a dangerous decision. >> the total number of abortions in the u.s. is declining. but medication abortions are on the rise in part due to a recent fda decision effectively permitting mail order abortion in this country. the agency now allows patients to receive abortion pills by mail after a telehealth visit with a certified provider. >> senator cindy hyde-smith is demanding a full review of the data that led to the fda's decision. there's plenty of evidence showing this chemical abortion pill. they're dangerous to women. an fda approved study tracked about 1000 abortions completed through this process from 2016 to 2020. it found 95% did not require a follow-up procedure,
but 70 lead to a trip to the er with 10 instances of serious complications. fda commissioner doctor robert califf told lawmakers the drug remains safe and effective. i have great confidence in the fda staff who did this review before the agency's decision. states are already working to enact laws to restrict u.s. abortion method, height. smith's home state of mississippi currently does not ban telehealth visits for medication abortions. >> but 19 other states do and a handful have also banned the mailing of pills. hyde smith has been working on similar federal legislation. kayla didn't address any specific bills but said as a general policy, we all would like to see as few abortions as possible. that was jessi tenure reporting this summer. the u.s. supreme court is expected to hand down a decision that could weaken. >> or topple roe v wade, giving states even more freedom to restrict abortion access. >> and details ahead. tracking the 2nd half of your weekend
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>> the union representing about 5,000 nurses at stanford, health care and lucile packard children's hospital have reached a tentative agreement on a new contract. now this could end their strike. that began back on monday. union reps say if approved that deal would give their members a 7% wage increase this year.
>> along with a 5% increase next april and another one in april 2024. the deal also includes an increase to the nurses, retirement benefits and an extra week of vacation. for all nurses beginning in 2024. but the union members still have to vote on the deal this weekend before anything becomes official. >> about 5,000 nurses at both facilities went on strike monday over working conditions and staffing shortages. >> mental health workers in the state may soon be getting a big boost. san francisco senator scott wiener has a he's a behavioral health workforce revitalization act has passed a committee vote. it would provide money for hiring and performance bonuses for mental health professionals like psychiatrists and behavioral support technicians. it would also provide stipends to students who are pursuing a master's degree and a social work program and create a network to connect mental health professionals with openings across the state. >> a look at some new video of police chasing a stolen
porsche. 9.11, gt. and alameda county police say the and got behind the wheel and got up to 100 miles per hour. cruising along san leandro streets before crashing. he tried to run away. as you can see there in that video. eventually he was arrested, thankfully. and despite the reckless driving, police have not reported any injuries related to this chase and crash. the los angeles city attorney announcing charges today against the funeral home after decaying bodies were found inside. authorities opened an investigation into the marc be allen mortuary after receiving several complaints from families. the la city attorney says when investigators arrived the odor from the funeral home was so bad they can smell it from the outside. >> a bachelor at weekend trip turned into a dangerous situation for of group of friends in nashville bride to be michelle johnson says after a night out on the town with her friends in music city, they returned to their air bnb to find the sliding glass door
had been broken into as the group were piecing together what happened? they heard footsteps moving in and out a room upstairs. the burglars were still inside. however, they managed to escape before the group could call police. police say air b and b's are actually known to be easy targets for break. ins. >> police said it's very common for people to area being the locations. the people come and go. and it's pretty obvious that we're a party become with the tennessee case. the is you know, balloons and drinks, things like that. so it's kind of putting a target on our own back but definitely wasn't something i thought we had to worry about. >> now, that's one case. but it points to a wider trend nationwide smash-and-grabs armed robberies and home invasions are all on the rise. and with surveillance cameras becoming more popular. these chilling encounters are being documented like never before caylee be sun takes a look at what the cameras are catching
and how you can protect yourself. >> these hair raising pouring in from across the country. i felt that i could today. >> and it scared me to death from luxury homes in beverly hills is used to be such a safe neighborhood to main street america. glad that he's caught but scared that. why was he on the street to begin when it's a problem? security expert robert siciliano says has been exacerbated by the pandemic alcoholism, drug addiction overdoses. there's a lot collateral damage as a result of covid. and when people are desperate, they do desperate things. and we're seeing a lot of that happening right now. get. >> many of these alarming encounters captured on camera weeks ago in california. you can see this intruder breaking
into a san bernardino home and staring at a couple sleeping before being >> going last summer. another homeowner confronted the man after he broke into his family's bel air estate. make it and killed their pet birds with his bare hands like a serial killer. he said hi with a smile his hands in the cage. >> and squeeze down drop them on the floor. okay. and had to be given. >> i don't know. i was sleeping and just days ago, a suspect making his way into a woman's room and taking her hostage in san diego, holding a gun to her head before surrendering to officers without incident. emotional impact of seeing the imagery that you can get from a reading or some of the surveillance. >> equipment that is available now to homeowners. >> really, i think drives our consciousness and makes us a little more frightened of the
possibility. former fbi agent phil andrews says these types of crimes typically fall into 2 categories, an insider job with the suspect knows the homeowner and sometimes even a family member or crimes of opportunity where criminals take advantage of open doors and other vulnerabilities. and that's why the prevention it's so important. however, if preventative measures aren't enough and you find yourself in a similar situation. you are only responsibility best thing you can do is get out ofa there as quickly as possible. don't stick around to find out what they have in mind. >> that was keely beeson reporting for us tonight. security experts say some of the best ways to prevent these types of crimes comes down to the basics, proper lighting outside your home, locked doors, home security system and security signage. and course, always being aware of your surroundings. >> well, tomorrow is may first which kicks off wildfire awareness month. cal fire is urging bay area residents to
do all they can now to prepare for wildfire season because you might not have time when it counts. we know it's coming. we don't know where we don't know when and we don't know how many, but we know it's coming. we did get a little bit of rain, but that shouldn't make anybody feel complacent. >> while that obviously did add some moisture to the vegetation in recent weeks and months. it also added to what we call the flashy the grass. it made it the grass a lot taller. and so that means that the fire can spread more quickly, especially if you get some wind behind it. >> the number one piece of advice right now is to start creating defensible space around your home as well as keeping your cars and any tools you use in good working order to avoid sparks. that could trigger a wildfire. >> cal fire is also encouraging san mateo county residents to attend this year's disaster preparedness day. and that is set for july 30. turning our attention now to weather once again. here's a live look at the golden gate
bridge. still a bit of a breezy windy night out there. that's looking just even behind. as you can see, the leaves their memories. you're taking a check of our drought. >> situation, though, because we're still and pretty extreme drought. yeah, we're tracking severe drought conditions for most of the bay area under extreme. for those of you in dixon. but we are noticing breezy winds up there in the coming days. fortunately going to be below that advisory level threshold. so let's take a live look outside. >> san francisco international airport noticing some breezy winds along the san francisco peninsula and calmer as well right now in the teens. right now. we are tracking, though, gusty winds in the forecast for monday for the greater lake tahoe area. so this isn't just for south lake tahoe, but truckee included in that as reno carson city, we're going to see gusts in the valleys. 55 miles per hour or less by monday morning. and that is going to peak even higher for the ridgecrest in this year. a near 100 miles per hour. wind gusts starting at 11 o'clock
monday morning through 8 o'clock monday night. and that's going to increase lake wave heights 2 to 4 feet out there in this so unfortunately, not tracking any much-needed snow showers for the immediate future and sierra snowpack holding steady at 32% of normal. very dry conditions out there right now in the bay area to dry and clear for those of you in this as well. and we are going to see, though, very pleasant spring-like temperatures for the 2nd half of the weekend with a gradual warming trend as well in the days to come. but we're tracking mid 50's for south lake tahoe. windy temperatures, though, on monday as the storm system tries to clip this unfortunately going to be more of a wind maker than rain and snow maker cooling down temperatures. 54 degrees. but then very spring-like above average temperatures by tuesday, warming up to 61 degrees with a lot more sunshine and calmer winds speeds there. dana, noel, back to you. >> all thanks a lot. california is investigating the oil industry to find out
the impact. it has on the global issue of plastic pollution state attorney general rob bonta specifically targeting exxonmobil. he says the company is part of a decades long campaign to deceive the public about the harmful environmental effects of plastic. despite a warning it received about those effects in the 1970's, according to the la times, the u.s. plastic recycling rate has never broken 9%. exxonmobil rejects the allegations saying it is working with the public other industries as well as the state to advance recycling. the fossil fuel and petrochemical industries have engaged in a half century campaign. of deception. that has harmed our environment. our people and our natural resources. bonta says in reality, 91% of plastic waste ends up in landfills burned or in the environment. >> today the epa issued an
emergency waiver to allow the sale of e 15 fuel sales during the summer driving season. it's the latest step in the biden administration's effort to lower gas prices. the e 15 fuel mix which is usually not allowed to be sold during the warmer months with safe people about $0.10 a gallon. >> at the pump on average, i think he's a london for us will continue to given the fact that the economy still in the rebound, we're seeing a lot of commerce. and i don't refineries to be able to really get a hold of the situation for eventually many months. >> no word exactly on when those waivers will expire. it will depend on what happens with gas prices in the coming months. a young cancer survivor has spent the last 9 months walking across america, raising money and awareness about pediatric cancer. so far he's racked up some 3800 miles from new york to l a. >> christina pascucci caught up with him at the end of his journey. >> on the santa monica pier.
>> 246 days is how long it took for cody o'connor to cross america. and the amazing feat for anyone let alone someone who is told he would never walk normally ever again. >> the feeling is isn't saying. >> 26 year-old cancer survivor cody o'connor's. 3800 mile cross-country track finish here on santa monica pier. my knees are buckling a little bit from rush right now. yeah, it's. >> we made it huge feat for anyone, but especially for someone who is told this is not possible the doctors took my phone out of my leg, they woke me up after an said i'd never play sports again. >> not never walk normally again in my life. cody had his best friend, connor at his side, rooting him along the way. he was as much of a part of this is i was i could have done it without him for it being for such a great might couldn't really say no. >> think it's important just to know what the stands for. primarily that is hope.
>> well, the walk for hope. this video day. one of the walk for hope 10 months ago, june 17th 2021 for those that don't know the bone cancer survivor walking batter my to 30, a walking across america crossing into nevada. this is our 16th state. cody was challenge. she lived through southern pennsylvania, heard nearby gunfire in arizona was chased by farmers, got covid midway and did everything to save to maximize donations. we stayed in the car for majority of the last 70 days in order to conserve budget. there it is. our final state boundary as we enter the state of california and there were cool moments like the oklahoma thunder invited cody do again. he met ufc president dana white and got noticed by some pretty big names. >> you know, cody dj here, the most impactful part of his journey meeting kids like colton who battled the same cancer. 17 year-old at cody walk today in her honor. she
just came here. she got released from city hope and we drove straight here to see him walk in what he did for us was incredible because they you guys donations. we have now amassed over $100,000 in total contributions. and to me that is just so humbling. and we've been unpacking 50 families live. this is the end of chapter great chapter. one was to walk across america. >> the rest of the story is to go down the list of things doctor said i would never do again. i'm christina pascucci, the santa monica pier. >> still ahead tonight at 9, all parents know how hard it is to get their teams to listen. sometimes. well, new research gives us a possible reason why. >> the stuff in sports, the giants try to splash their way to a win against the washington nationals and snap a two-game losing streak. we (music throughout)
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>> welcome back. 9.46. on this saturday night taking a live look at the transamerica pyramid tonight. you can kind of make it out. the blinking light there. it's dark out there, probably windy still. yeah. it was definitely windy earlier today, meteorologist bree surround rig as joining >> for a look at what to expect. yeah, we're going to attract windy conditions for the next couple of days. so it is going to be the new normal, especially along the san francisco peninsula with wind speeds around 30 miles per hour less even for our bay area coastline as well. live look outside san jose crystal clear conditions noticeably
dry out there. but we are tracking calmer winds speeds in the teens for most of the bay area with the exception of oakland. 21 miles per hour. sea breeze with fairfield seeing winds out of the southwest at 25 miles per hour. sustained winds with gusts upwards of 30. so hold on to your hats there. temperatures out there right now. upper 40's for pacific at 48 degrees. mid 50's for those of you in san mateo and san jose. temperatures in downtown san francisco and to bron already cooling down into the low 50's with petaluma currently tracking temperatures there at 48 degrees. one of the coolest bay area cities out there this evening. so bundle up. we're going to see overnight lows tonight low to mid and upper 40's with the exception of antioch, a little bit milder in the low 50's temperatures. tomorrow, though we are going to see a few degrees of warming, especially for inland valleys. thanks to the return of warm, dry, offshore winds. we are going to northerly winds 20 miles per hour or less. santa rosa, 79 degrees
with concord in livermore. warming up to 77 degrees. redwood city at 73 degrees in downtown san francisco. out of the low 60's and in the mid 60's for your sunday afternoon speaking of san francisco, we are going to see the game against the nationals tomorrow as they face off with the first pitch one. 0, 5 in the afternoon. temperatures going to be in the low 60's. but watch out for an increase of that cool sea breeze by the afternoon, 20 to 30 miles per hour. and taking a look ahead at your next 7 day outlook. we're going to cool down 5 to 10 degrees from sunday into monday with another wind storm, bringing us breezy winds and then take a look at the jump in temperatures by the middle of the next week. peaking in the mid 80's for warmest inland valleys. 5 to 15 degrees above average. so a little bit of spring and early summer, all in one. so that wind will stop by tuesday. wednesday okay. okay. yeah.
hot. the wind as well. like the way you think. yes. thank you for pointing that he's got. >> all right. well, parents have long complained. they're teenagers tend to ignore what they tell them. instead they go to their peers for advice. >> and research actually indicates a biology may be at the heart about adolescent behavior. sharon crowley is taking a look. >> what do you listen to more your friends or your between? yeah, of course. i'm like, you know, my friends more about i try to balance out all the time. i like the list. if resume be parents are better. if your teenager tunes you out. new research shows you can blame biology. i think the biggest parents don't take this personally. stanford university research scholar, doctor percy mystery co-authored a new study published in the journal of neuroscience. >> it looked at what happens to the brain as children age and become teenagers and their what they want. they're arriving initially from their mothers wise. it's not that
that is diminishing. but now it's being surpassed by that and what that they get from these sort of normal voices and be so type of size. and that's a lot of that sort independence and the generations moving from parents to peers, he says, is a normal part of growing up. it's not that teenagers are >> trying to do new out. so what can you do if your teen is tuning you out? >> well, doctor mystery reminds parents to find ways to stay connected. just like this father, i make sure i know who my kids friends are and i know who their parents are and make sure that i'm friends with them. >> and that and so that whoever my kids are hanging out with we all share good values. >> that was sharon crowley reporting for us tonight. so the next time your teenager stopped listening to what you say, just take some comfort in knowing their brain is just wired that way. >> and now kron 4 sports. >> well, the warriors in the grizzlies are tipping off tomorrow in game one of the second round of the nba
playoffs. let's take a look at the first free 3 games of the series. quick turnaround, the downs they had flout to memphis for game one tomorrow afternoon at 12, 30 tip. that's our time. game 2 is also in memphis. that will be tuesday at 6.30. then they get a few days off. they get to come back to san francisco and of course, there in the friendly confines, chase center for game 3 saturday night at 5.30, going to be a great night for basketball golden state. unfortunately, those only one in 3 against this memphis team this season, steph curry was asked about similarities between these young bucks and how they compared to the earlier warriors playoff teams. >> in terms of young core trying make the next step in terms of, you know, winning a playoff series, understanding the difference between regular season and playoffs. this intensity, the level of execution focus. it takes. all throughout those 3 years like we learned a lot about ourselves and i'm sure they're going through that we don't
want them to learn too much, though. >> yeah, it's a young, energetic squad. the importance is being healthy. well, giants and that's playing today. some fans in mccovey cove. they're hoping for a splash it and guess what? they got their wish. 6th inning jason vosler deep to right and it sails into the bay. that's a solo home run. yeah. it was way out of the ballpark to guide the kayak is he's going home. the souvenir tonight. this is part of a four-run inning that blew this close game opened top of the 9th 9, 3 giants rob darin ruf. who says that he's primarily a designated hitter. look at that web gem out there and left and making a great diving catch. ends the game. he also had 3 hits in this one. breaking out of a slump. giants win 9, 3, this holds a two-game skid to go for the series win tomorrow afternoon. back at oracle park. the kids enjoying some time in the field over at the oakland coliseum. the a's hosting the guardian's. yeah. that's a smiling, happy face. the town of 1 one of the night. the potential in double play
grounder and it bounces off the arm of second baseman austin allen. this was a crushing blow because what happens 2 batters later, pinch hitter. this richie pulaski driving one deep to center christian he can track it, bounces off the wall. 2 runs come around to score on this 2 bagger 3, one, cleveland that would end up being your final score in oakland. kolr been pitched 6 strong but it was all for nothing. the a's try to salvage a game in the series tomorrow in oakland, day 3 of the nfl draft the forty-niners driving a couple of offensive lineman, d lineman and also a couple of corners in rounds 4 through 6. but here's the real story with the final pick of the entire draft. the niners take quarterback brock purdy out of iowa straight out of iowa state. he is the draft last picky gets the traditional title, mister of alvin, which really isn't too bad of a thing. it leads to a relevant week which, you know, of
video say the size of the cat's away it when getting startled suggests it was just exploring and wasn't really there to threaten anyone or even enter the building of that. of course. >> always a good reminder to avoid getting near any mountain lions and everything's out right now. snakes mount lions lot going on because the springs yeah, exactly. are roaming around. stay with us. we've got a little bit more for you coming up at 10. don't go away. >> to that. oh, wow barbara corcoran! good morning.
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>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news. >> and that someone walk into your space is the incredibly violating feeling. >> now in 10 hairstylists in walnut creek out thousands of dollars tonight after a burglar makes off with their equipment. good evening and thank you for joining us for this hour of kron. 4 news. i'm dan thorn and i'm noelle bellow. the owners of friends and furner trying to do what they can to help their stylists after thousands of dollars worth of equipment was stolen. >> kron harry has a look at that surveillance video and why the owners believe this wasn't a random crime. >> the owners tell me this is a relatively new location. they've only been here a few months. they felt like it was a safe area and he didn't have to worry about these types of things. but now they believe the suspects may have scooped out the area before breaking