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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
in. >> to see if 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 rents space in this lawn and had felt safe enough to leave their things behind. >> now they've lost thousands of dollars worth equipment accumulated over here. it's not only where the tools their trade take in and their property stolen. >> but also they had to cancel their clients because they had
nothing that they needed to do their jobs. the blame jackson says the stylus community came out to help so many people have noted only donated but have dropped off tools living as giving u.s. schools so we can work right away. >> they're now able to operate this lawn because of the support. so many. >> customers and clients id ending us. some people just randomly sending me >> to donate to their stylus into our shop. they even start a fundraiser to help the stylists. the owners tell me they're working on getting a better security system to try and prevent these types of things from happening in the future. in walnut creek, amanda hari kron. 4 news. >> a vigil was held today in benicia in memory of victims of crimes. families gathering at alvarez, 9th street park to honor loved ones lost to violence. families from oakland, richmond, fairfield and vallejo releasing balloons to honor those lives lost to violent crimes. this vigil is part of the 4th annual survivors speak healing vigil
day of action to mark national crime victims rights week. the event is one of dozens in cities across the country. >> some of the fire department heroics earlier today, a man was stuck 80 feet up on the transbay terminal building on mission street in san francisco. firefighters, though we're able to rescue the man and get him down safely around 7 o'clock this morning. they say the man was experiencing a behavioral emergency. he was taken to a local er for evaluation. 3.3 magnitude earthquake struck up in the north bay this morning. the u.s. geological survey saying the quake was centered in geyserville in sonoma county. so far no damages or injuries have been reported. kind of a small guy. yeah. for too crazy. time now for our 4 zone forecast. i feel like the winds are actually the top clear, clear. but breezy out a yeah. definitely feeling that
wind chill effect, especially along our bay area coastline with temperatures barely warming up into the 60's today for downtown san francisco. let's take a live look outside city hall. >> lit up in green this evening and we're tracking very clear skies. there's a storm to our north trying to bring light scattered showers for those of you in santa rosa. but instead. >> going to be more of a wind maker than rainmaker. and that's going to be the big weather story. also in the coming days, storms to the north really increasing our wind speeds in the bay area. and right now we are seeing wind speeds right now. 21 mile per hour sustained for downtown san francisco's a little bit breezier, but we could see gusts upwards of 30 miles per hour or less throughout tonight and even into your sunday morning by sunday afternoon, winds going to continue to howl, especially along our bay area coastline, half moon bay in downtown san francisco could see gusts upwards of about 35 miles per hour or less and that 20 to 30 mile per hour range away from the bay area coastline for north bay, east
bay. and yes, even south bay valleys. so winds certainly going to continue for the 2nd half of the weekend and even into monday, they are going to be slightly below that wind advisory level threshold. but i wouldn't be surprised if the the upper 40's. those of you in concord and alameda. a little bit milder in the mid 50's out there right now. but pretty uniform numbers with low to mid 50's for most of the bay area. we're going to cool down 5 to 10 degrees with our next windstorm on monday, cooler breezy weather until we warm up on tuesday peaking on wednesday. details at your full 10 at 10. now look to see just how toasty it's going to get specially for warmest inland valleys. dan and wealth. back to you. thank embry said the union representing about 5,000 nurses at sanford, health care and lucile packard children's hospital have reached a tentative agreement on a new contract. it could end their strike. that began back on
monday. union reps say if approved the deal would give their members a 7% wage increase this year, along with a 5% increase next april. and another one set for 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 as well. san francisco sen scott wiener's behavioral health workforce revitalization act has passed a committee vote. it would provide money for hiring in performance bonuses for mental health professionals like psychiatrists and behavioral support technicians. it would also provide stipends to students who pursue a master's degree in social work and create a network to connect mental health professionals with openings throughout the
state. it is still national prescription drug. take back day. this is when people can safely get rid of unused prescription drugs. the goal, of course, is to prevent the drugs from getting out onto the street into the wrong hands. the da organizes the evfnt and says it will also help keep harmful chemicals out of local water systems. you can drop off those unused prescriptions at your local police departments. you can also get rid of e-cigarettes and they >> this week the biden administration has announced the fda will move forward with rules to ban the sale of menthol cigarettes. washington correspondent raquel martin has the details. >> 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. >> coming up on kron, 4 news at 10 analysts and investors are preparing for russia to default on loan payments. why they believe the default is imminent. >> and getting ready for wild fires. what officials are telling people they need to do now to prepare for fire now to prepare for fire season. we'll be right back. and now most admired alum! get up there. this is so embarrassing. there's no way it's me. you know her....
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advance recycling. >> well, tomorrow is may first which kicks off national wild fire awareness month. cal fire is urging bay area residents to do all they can to prepare for wildfire season. now because you may 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 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's also encouraging san mateo county
residents to attend this year's disaster preparedness day, which is set for july. 30th. all right. time now for your 4 zone forecast in the breeze is looking at our drought conditions. we haven't been seeing any rain lately. we had some at the beginning of this month and it's sort of a dry and yeah, what's up? yeah. but the latest model trend outlook is showing some light rain chances possibly returning. >> by the end of next week. but first, let's take a look at our drought monitor map because as you can see. >> severe drought conditions holding steady for most of the bay area. so we are noticing, though, very dry, clear conditions and windy at that. in fact, along the coast starting to notice those winds picking up in that 20 mile per hour range. but big, good air quality out there as well. even though it has been looking a little bit hazy out there the last couple of days, don't worry. we're tracking good air quality, not just for today, but even for tomorrow as well. 21 mile per hour sustained winds for downtown san francisco and even into oakland up to 22. for those of
you in fairfield with gusts in that 25 mile per hour range. but we are tracking this storm to our north, trying to bring some light scattered showers to the north bay. but unfortunately going to be more of a wind maker than rainmaker. and then a second storm is going to try to sweep through the bay area. that storm track, though, going to remain well to our north. so once again, breezy winds in the forecast for monday, light shower chances. returning with this latest model run friday night making its way into the northwest region of the north. and we could even see some very light scattered hit or miss showers overnight into early saturday morning before we dry out and clear out by saturday afternoon. so fingers crossed that storm track to shift a little bit southward so we can be right in the thick of it. temperatures right now in the low to mid 50's and we are seeing temperatures pretty uniform out there right now. cooling down into the 40's with the exception of antioch, 50 degrees. and as you can see, temperatures tomorrow, thanks to the return of warm, dry, offshore breezes. we are no,
not that you guys can be police to the forecast. there you go. we're going to see temperatures in the low to mid 70's with upper 70's. for those of you in santa rosa and avato mid 60's for downtown san francisco in low 70's for oakland. then we are going to see, though, for the next 7 days we temperatures warming up tuesday through wednesday, peaking on wednesday, 5 to 15 degrees above average mid 80's for warmest inland valleys. mid 70's along the east bay shoreline and mid 60's along the coast until we gradually cool down to more spring-like weather for the remainder of the next 10 days. back to, you know, well, and an. >> all right, thanks a lot. turning now to the conflict in ukraine. newly released satellite images showing devastation across the city, southern city of mariupol. the united nations pushing for a full-scale cease-fire in the evacuation. thousands of people living there. meanwhile, ukrainian forces are fighting to stop russian advancement in the country's eastern region where moscow is stepping up its offensive to
gain control. >> reporter tom dempsey has more on the latest russian shelling in ukraine. >> with the russia-ukraine conflict now more than 2 months old on saturday, the war dragged on. >> worsen forces continue to shell cities and towns bringing destruction to the ukrainian people standing amid rubble in kyiv. mayor vitaly klitschko described the constant threat that were then just ways. keeps steal the target, russian fierce to season >> brees is reese. you're right. bag. mean, save lives with me personally. we do it the best, but we can during these in the next couple of or makes a couple of will next couple of we have the next great is all this came the same week as the biden administration pushed for more than 30 billion dollars in additional aid for ukraine.
speaking to reporters on friday, pentagon spokesperson john kirby described the need to provide weapons. but i can tell you that. >> pentagon planners are already putting pen to paper and and working with the ukrainians on what what they would need. what once we get approval. >> and then to the conflicts still seems far off with talks between the 2 sides get to bring any real impact. this week, the white house looked ahead to the g 20 summit in november called for organizers not to allow a russian delegation to attend. the president has expressed publicly his opposition to president putin attending the g 20. we have welcomed the attending or invitation to attend the g 20. it is 6 months away. so we we don't know how to predict. we can't predict at this point what that will look like. >> that was tom dempsey reporting for us tonight. the kremlin has said they're preparing for this year's g 20 summit but have not decided whether or not putin will attend in person or virtually. >> actress angelina jolie
making a surprise visit to the live even age an of ukraine today to into a medical institution and talk with staff about the impact of the war. julie. also, matt children caught up in the russian missile strike on a railway station, at least 52 people were killed in that strike and dozens others wounded back in april, 8th jolie was a goodwill ambassador for united nations refugees from 2001 to 2012. her visit today was in a private capacity >> investors meanwhile, are bracing for russia to default on some debt payments. the country made a last-minute payment using foreign currency reserves yesterday prices for default swaps continue to drop the cost to protect 10 million dollars of debt plunged 50% in 24 hours. investors believe the price plunge is a signal of an imminent russian default. >> 10, 19 are going. take a break here. still ahead on the kron, 4 news at 10 more questions than answers after car goes over a cliff in
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they lost their mother to the disease. >> of mental illness. that's right. naomi and ashley formed the mother daughter duo. the judges and they were to be inducted into the country. music hall of fame tomorrow. reporter rudabeh shahbazi has more on the 76 year-old country music legend. >> a somber tune being some tonight at the news of the passing of one half of the iconic country duo, the you think it's it's the daughters of naomi judge winona and ashley judd saying they've experienced a tragedy losing their mother to mental illness born diana. ellen judge in ashland, kentucky, naomi judd worked as a nurse in nashville when she and winona started
singing together professionally blending elements of acoustic music bluegrass and blues made them stand out in the country music genre at the time. >> to stay. >> some of the judge hits including love to build a bridge. >> mama, he's crazy. doubt. >> and rocking with the rhythm of the rain. their fan base grew over time during a career that spanned nearly 3 decades. i know that the reason i'm alive and well and in doing so well is because of my faith in the lord and because of the support from the fans and news of naomi judd's death comes at a difficult time. the judge were to be inducted into the coumtry music hall of fame tomorrow and they just announced an arena tour beginning in the fall. their first tour together in over a decade. >> i feel like i'm being kind.l
they're telling me that i get to give back. and saying one and it's one a l into a little going used these in the now. singer in the business. i get to go sing with her again. >> the most recent appearance for the mother and daughter singers came early this month when they performed at the country music television awards
>> welcome back. this half-hour, tragic accident on the peninsula. 2 people are dead tonight. a 3rd person may be missing in san mateo county after a late night car crash at pescadero state beach as authorities search for that possible 3rd person. the question remains. >> how did they end up driving off the cliff in the first place? kron forcefully to call 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. 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 the 2012 toyota tacoma driving down pescadero creek road headed toward the ocean, continue through the highway. one intersection 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 mean 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? i was 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. >> in the east bay and car crashes into a traffic signal. and wraps into flames. this happened at the intersection of market street and stanford avenue in north oakland. that's a big intersection just a few blocks away from san pablo avenue. firefighters had to use the jaws of life to get the driver out of this mangled mess here. the driver sustained burns in the crash. an was later taken to the hospital for treatment. >> down in the south bay, the coroner's office has determined fentanyl toxicity is what caused the death of former san jose police officer. does 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 said, quote, any allegation of illegal drug use by a san jose police officer is concerning and quote, we're going continue to follow this story and update you as more information becomes available. >> last month, california leaders introduced new legislation to prevent police from using rape kit dna to connect people to crimes. san francisco district attorney chase a beating and senator scott wiener co-authored the bill after discovering the san francisco police department had been retaining dna from assault survivors. and then using that information for searches that were unrelated to the assault. senator wiener has called this practice on acceptable. 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 optus obstacle last weekend is heading to the senate appropriations committee. san francisco police chief bill scott has expressed support for this bill. the stockton police department's alexa, new chief of police stanley mcfadden will be the first black man and 50 of person to hold this position. mcfadden a spent nearly 30 years with the san jose police department. he is currently the deputy chief of field operations. the selection comes after a national search in several interviews with local leaders and community members think officially takes over this position on june. 1st. >> time now to get you a check of your 4 zone forecast tonight. >> not a bad night out there. you know, just maybe we haven't been outside, right, right? well, yeah, we've been
kind of like the past couple hours, but i do know it's windy because behind you i can see them. the treats are our blood is going to stay that way of a breeze. so what are we dealing with there? yeah, we're going to deal with winds for the next 2 days, not just for your sunday, but even monday as well. wind gusts 30 miles per hour or less. gusty us over the bay area coastline. tonight. >> let's take a live look outside san francisco international airport. and yeah, we're tracking breezy winds out there even for the sierra, you're going to be under a wind advisory. so not only does this include the lakes, but also the greater lake tahoe area. most of the sierra for that matter, valleys gusting up to 55 miles per hour less with this year. ridgecrest going to see wind speeds near 100 miles per hour starting monday morning through monday night. that is going to increase wave heights anywhere from 2 to 4 feet, not just for pyramid lake, but also lake tahoe as well. so just keep that in mind. see our snowpack right now averaging 32% of normal. not really seeing any substantial
snow showers could see something late into next week. but the models still a little bit waukee going from dry to some snow, but very inconsistent out there right now. but one thing is for sure, we're going to track another beautiful day out there for the 2nd half of the weekend. dry, clear, calm conditions with those wind gusts returning by monday afternoon. going to be a little bit breezy tomorrow, 30 miles per hour, less truckee warming up to 59 degrees, south lake tahoe in the mid-fifties. but watch out for those winds as a storm tries to clip the sierra but going to be more of a wind maker, then rain or snow maker. unfortunately cooling down into the mid-fifties at 54 degrees. rebounding 8 degrees by tuesday. plenty of sunshine and in the low 60's temperatures out there right now for your bay area forecast uniform numbers we're tracking widespread low 50's along the coast with the exception of fairfax and petaluma in the upper 40's there. mid 50's. 53 degrees of peace for oakland, san jose and for those of you
in novato, 54 degrees as you step outside. so bundle up. it s is going to be a little bit chillier tonight. high temperatures for tomorrow, though, 50 60's and yes, even 70's are tracking a 20 degree difference from our coolest coastal city to our warmest inland valleys, half moon bay. 57 degrees livermore 77 degrees in san jose. also in the mid 70's santa rosa, though, flirting with 80. so certainly going to be warmer there. taking a look ahead, though, at your next 3 day outlook. we're going to see warm temperatures by sunday cooling down monday and then tuesday into wednesday, 5 to 15 degrees above little bit of a roller coaster ride heading our way down in the well. back to you. thank a breeze national news tonight in kansas, a trail of destruction has been left behind by a massive tornado that ripped through the city of andover overnight. the winds were so strong that several heavy suvs were actually >> tossed into the buildings. officials say hundreds of homes and >> other buildings were
destroyed and more than 15,000 people are without power. the scope of the damage isn't fully known just yet has a long recovery process is just beginning. >> other national news over in alabama tonight. the search continues for an inmate and an employee of the lottery dale county sheriff's office. they were reported missing on friday. that inmate was serving 75 years in prison after being convicted for attempted murder and a slew of other charges. reporter kayla smith from our sister station in huntsville, alabama has the latest on that search. >> corey shock moves completely shocking cows and even possible. austin williams, mother connie ridgeway was murdered in 2015. he says the lauderdale county district attorney called him personally to let him know the alleged killer escaped. we have inmate. >> who apparently a state taken center? along with a missing correction. back to do. >> williams has a message for
white. >> give yourself up as soon as you can. they're still they're they're still still a chance. >> the lauderdale county sheriff is laying out a timeline of events. key assist him in a statement fog possibility. what >> a kidnap en route to the courthouse you know, taken against her. that all this another angle we're looking at? >> friday morning, assistant director of corrections vicki white instructed a corrections deputy to prepare inmate casey white for a mental health evaluation at the county courthouse. the key white told the booking officer she would leave casey white with the deputies at the courthouse before heading to a doctor's appointment. the pair left the detention center at 09:41am. >> he was along with late free no policies. policy is any inmate and a low carb. you don't have to warned that vicki white never arrived at her appointment and casey white did not have an evaluation scheduled at the
courthouse. the vicki was not determined to be missing into closer to 3.30, on friday when a booking officer told administration that she had been unreachable by phone knowingly >> i think he's and anger whatever the >> the lauderdale county sheriff's office is working with u.s.. marshals, the fbi and the alabama law enforcement agency on the investigation. >> los angeles community leaders are calling for unity as the city is marking 30 years since the la riots. the la riots were one of the most transformative incidents in the city's history. los angeles wrapped in violence after 4 lapd officers were acquitted in the brutal beating of rodney king. riots lasted for 6 days in 1992. from april. 29th until may 4th. and yesterday elected officials reflected on the dark period and the progress made to 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 es we still see a city still broken and broke. >> los angeles mayor garre said he saying that the riots were a turning point in the history of l a 63 people were killed more than 2000 others were injured and the property damage totaled just over a billion dollars. >> well, dropping a pen to let someone know exactly where you are is pretty helpful, especially if you're lost, are in danger. but what if you're in an area that lacks the necessary cell reception to get that information out? >> in a situation just like that, just 3 words could save your life. rich demuro has more on a free app that lets you pinpoint your location using a combination of 3 unique wertz. many people just drop a pin when they want to send someone there location. but what if you don't have a data connection or what if you want to speak your location? >> now, 3 words can help.
>> knowing where you are is pretty easy these days. thanks to gps, cell phones and map apps. but what if you have to tell someone your exact location fast when they remember the address or gps coordinates counts and the pin drop to 9-1-1. so this is where the system works. the system is called what 3 words, a free app that lets you pinpoint your location using a combination of 3 unique words. we've divided the into 57 trillion. 10 foot by 10 foot square as. >> and then we've allocated each one of a square has a unique 3. what identify? so instead of a broad street address, you can direct someone to the exact entrance to a large building. >> or the purse, ice place your tailgating in a giant parking lot. if you have 40,000 an english 40,000 times, 40,000 times, 40,000 64 trillion. and gives you enough to give every single 10 foot by 10 foot square in the world. the unique.
>> 3, what identified importantly, what 3 words, ios and android apps work offline without a cellular connection. so, for instance, let's say i want to meet someone at this specific rock. i would give them the 3 words best name round. but if i want to meet someone at this rock, the 3 words are splice earth. >> feed, they'll take you right here. voice navigation systems, delivery companies, and even emergency services are starting to incorporate what 3 words being able to get the location quickly is as precious because, you know, time is everything when especially a medical emergency. the los angeles fire department is partnering with what, 3 words to help locate everything from emerging fires to lost hikers faster and with more precision. this app. >> has reduced our response time significantly and easier way to speak or location. just say the words commute descend and credit, even my parts of
the world and it will still work such an easy way to relay your location. my advice, download the what 3 words app now-you can get familiar with it. >> and even if you send your location of someone who doesn't have the app, they can still navigate right to you using their preferred maps app. all right. got the link our website. just go to rich on tech dot tv. i'm rich demuro and you are tech smart. >> still ahead here at 10 o'clock, we're going hog wild at hog island are vicki liviakis taking us on a trip up the coast to act a little shellfish on this week's dine. and dish. >> plus, the first human case of bird flu is reported in the u.s. what health experts are saying about the virus tonight. >> and in sports, the giants trying to splash their way to a win against the washington nationals and snap a two-game losing streak. got highlights next.
>> and health news, the u.s. has confirmed the first case of human testing and the human testing positive for bird flu here in the country. and the patient is colorado state prison inmate on pre release employment assignment. he was helping remove chickens from an infected farm. the cdc says he tested positive for the bird flu strain that is spreading in commercial and backyard flocks in 29 states. this spring, the man was fatigued for a few days but is now doing better. the cdc says the threat to the general public is low. that's because the spread of bird flu to people requires close contact
with an infected bird. >> as many health experts expected, covid cases have surged in riverside county following the coachella music festival daily. covid numbers spiking by 75%. 2 weeks after the festival attracted tens of thousands of music fans but officials say the real numbers are probably higher. the majority of the cases in the riverside area are reportedly of the omicron variant. >> going on road trips this summer, they'll come in a little bit more of a cost this year. but a trip to a local farm might be a nice way to stay close to home and experience something new. but we're not talking about your average farm. we are not on this week's dine. and dish vicki liviakis. >> gives us a taste of an oyster farm. >> less than 40 miles from the big city, but a world away. and if the world is your oyster, what what's better than going straight to the source? >> can't get closer to fresh oysters, world nowhere else to when you spot mob shack at the farm, you might be surprised to see not stir.
>> this is hog island oyster farm in marshall along the marine coastline. people come here for the views shocking. good time. doing all the hard boat oyster bar serves up a bar b que vive out west cheese and beverages of your choice. >> direct sourcing doing something like this well, that is gone. are%the days when you could fire up the grill and cook your own. >> nowadays, it's a table service only with reservations strongly recommended reservation. and we just came out worth it. >> it is well past you can't get any closer to the store you could call it farm to table with garden grown salads. baked bread and local cheese from cowgirl creamery to be shaped made from local pacific halibut. but make no mistake, the fresh farmed oysters are the stars here on
island is open in san francisco's ferry bualding serving up some of the same oysters from the farm. they've also got a hog island in napa and the newest location for oyster aficionados isn't larkspur landing. in marshall, vicki liviakis kron. 4 news. >> and now kron 4 sports. >> well, lhe dubs in the grizzlies are going to be tipping off tomorrow in game one of the second round of the nba playoffs. so let's take a look at the first 3 games of the series. quick turnaround for the dobbs as they had to fly out to memphis for game one. that's tomorrow afternoon. that will be a 12, 30 tip, which is our time. and then game 2 will also be in memphis. it will be tuesday night at 6.30. then warriors would be able to get 3 days off before returning back home here to san francisco in the friendly confines of chase center. that's game 3 saturday night at 5.30, golden state was only one in 3 against the memphis grizzlies. this season, steph curry was asked about the similarities that he's seeing in these young
grizzlies to his early warriors playoff teams. >> in terms of young core trying make that next step in terms of, you know, winning a playoff series, understanding the difference between regular season and playoffs. this intensity, 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. >> all right. they're going to have to be energetic and healthy. that's key is will the giants host of the nasa today, some fans there mccovey cove hoping for a splash. it, of course. why else would you hang out out there? jason vosler. he their wish in the 6th inning. he flies this one deep to right and out of the park. he goes with a solo home run. there's the kayak guy. he gets his souvenir for the day. this is a part of a four-run 6th inning that blew the game wide open. top of the 9th 9, 3 giants, darin ruf towards the
gap who says that he's primarily just to the hitter. know this guy can field web gem. they're diving catch. ends the game. he also had 3 hits in this one. he broke up a recent slump giants when this 93 halting a two-game skid, they go for the series win tomorrow afternoon. back in oracle park. it's right here. the kids side deven, a great day running around on out on the field at the coliseum. the a's hosting the guardians. yeah. nice one this afternoon. tied up 1, 1, in the 9th. the potential inning ending double play grounder bounces off the arm. second baseman austin allen. guess what? the a's we're going to have to pay for this one because 2 batters later, this pensioner richie palacios driving this one deep to center cristian can track it down. it's off the wall. 2 runs score on the 2 bagger cleveland goes up 3, one and that's all she wrote. that would be your final score in this one. cole irvin pitched 6 strong. all for not the a's try to salvage a game in the series tomorrow. back in
oakland, dame day 3 of the nfl draft the forty-niners dropping a couple of ffenve linemen d lineman and a couple of corners. that's rounds 4 through 6. but here's the real story with the final pick of the entire nfl draft. the forty-niners take a quarterback. this is not something that happens very often. it was brock purdy out of iowa state. he is the draft pick. that was final. so guess what? he gets a special name, mr or relevant. that's that's a good thing because at least he got drafted into the nfl. now on to the raiders. here's what they did on day 3 in round 4. they go for a running back and defensive lineman to get a couple more lineman on either side of the ball. also in the 5th and 7th rounds. and then finally they pick up another running back. britain brown out of u c l a wraps up their final pick. or knox? alright, special treat for a's fans who stuck around after last night's game. a light show from a galaxy far far
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get your pick. >> on >> 6 >> if you haven't checked google today, have just another hour to do so. there's a fun video doodle about the iconic highway route. 66 on this day in 1926. the name us. 66 was first proposed for the cross-country route. it connects chicago, illinois to santa monica, california
route. 66, of course, known for its retro diners, corky motels, cool art installations, of great landscapes along the way. it became known as a symbol of a changing nation. of course, the well-known song. great 66 by bobby troup, a company's today's google doodle. so go ahead and do that. if you're still up court well, check out this a mountain lion in arizona, but twice about entering a building after encountering sliding doors for what looks like the very first time. you know, i love this who tweeted this video say that the size of the cat in the way that it acted when it was. >> startled suggest that it was just exploring. it was really a threat to anybody clearly. but remind everyone, hey, it's better to be safe than sorry. avoid getting near. >> any of these big cats? yeah, >> everything's out right now. we talk about this last. yeah. takes out. there's mount lines out, coyotes, everything. so i that's probably how i would react that all right. well, the a's may have lost their
game last night, but some fans got a little extra treat after the game. look at this. this is a star wars light show featuring baby yoda. also known as grogu or the child from the mandalorian darth vader's c 3 as you can see there. this just a special event that they did because star wars days is not even here may the 4th be with you right? it's it's just around the corner. so we haven't gotten that point. they must not have a game on that day or something to do. this early is where they like drones. they say it's a friday night. from one thing to the next you can it's pretty cool technology how a breeze is taking final check of your 4 zone forecast right recent pay their well, yeah, the big weather story today and even into tonight going to be those gusty winds. we're tracking sustained winds 20 miles per hour for downtown san francisco. >> even fairfield with gusts 30 miles per hour or less throughout tonight and into your sunday morning. temperatures out there right now low to mid 50's fairfax,
though and petaluma in the upper 40's. but pretty uniform numbers out there right now. cooling down into the 40's tonight. so bundle up with temperatures tomorrow. very spring-like seasonal forecast mid 60's for downtown san francisco. so we are going to be a few degrees above average with oakland at 71 degrees. san jose in the mid 70's as our conquered in livermore. but santa rosa flirting with 80's at 79 degrees. so enjoy. all right, marissa, thank you for that. thanks for joining us here on kron. 4 news at 10. >> will a see you back here tomorrow night? that's right. 06:00pm. needed be with you.
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