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without talking to your doctor. when you help heal your skin from within, you can show more with less eczema. talk to your child's eczema specialist about dupixent, a breakthrough eczema treatment. >> from the area's local news station, you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at 7. >> good morning. thank you so much for joining us on the kron. 4 morning news. i'm stephanie lynn. >> it's sunday may 1st and we have a lot to get to for you this morning. but let's start by getting a look at the weather with dave spahr. good morning, david. good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. we start the last month of spring in the middle of tickle calendar. may it is. yes, and it will live up to that tradition, particularly this week as well as we kind of flirt with little bit of summer for one day to give you sample, half moon bay, not to battle, though, a little dent into this at the coast. maybe little chillier. however,
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compared to the nice warm up will see happening inland this afternoon. again, our little shot from half moon bay, lots of sunshine, not much in the way of fog, but i do want to point out a little in the way of some fog in some of the those inland spots there that will redevelop that the coast in some of those valleys in the east bay by tomorrow morning. just a touch there. all right. outside of that, we're going keep it mostly sunny and mostly clear for tonight. however, by tomorrow morning, some variable clouds will set the stage for your monday in terms of seeing more winds that we saw actually from yesterday. temperature check for your 40's up in the north bay. also on the east bay shoreline with hayward and fremont checking in at 51 a cool spot livermore. 49, the cold air drainage factor and also for san jose at 48 current winds. other kind of variable right now, single digits, although we expect a breeze this afternoon, not quite the intensity that we saw yesterday and temperatures more generous. 64 by 11 2. 76. but some spoke some folks be popping about 80. and if
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that's not warm enough for you, we might be looking at 90 or so by midweek. coming up in a bit, we'll take a look at that forecast and more. stephanie. all right. hayden up out there. breaking news from overnight. speaker of the house nancy pelosi makes an unannounced visit to ukraine. >> speaker pelosi and a congressional delegation visited the capital city of kiev. pelosi is the highest-ranking american leader to visit ukraine since the start of the russian invasion. pelosi met with ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky and express the united states continued support for ukraine. >> we will you to say thank you a frontier that your funds. this and so commitment be there. when you want go time. >> speaker pelosi is back in poland this morning where she is set to meet with a polish delegation later today. poland is working to restore natural gas to its people after a
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russian company halted supplies earlier this week. happening today, rallies will be held all across the bay area in honor of may day. also known as international workers day. this is a video from a rally last year in san francisco. you can expect to see celebrations all day long in cities like berkeley, san francisco and santa rosa, the rally in san francisco starts at 10 this morning at the embarcadero and market street. back here in the bay area. excitement is building as the warriors get ready for the western conference semifinals against the memphis grizzlies. the series begins this afternoon. but in men in memphis, but there will be a watch party for warriors fans at the chase center kron four's will tran is live for us there rocking some fabulous hair. their will. gather rock my warriors, klay thompson and i went to the same school. so i have an allegiance to the warriors. >> just for that alone, you can see the jumbo tron is
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right behind me. come on down. the watch party will begin in less than 4 hours from now at 11 o'clock this morning. and, stephanie, i know you and i can relate to this. my favorite price. it is free. it is outside the chase center. come on down. no reservations. they like for you to make it. but they have plenty of room actually setting up right behind me. you talked about the warriors. they're on the road for the first couple of games. it's going to be battle between the warriors and the grizzlies. the memphis grizzlies, who knows he's going to pull it off. as far as the experts we in the bay area, obviously think the warriors will win and advance to the western conference finals and hopefully play another nba title game. back here at the chase center which they have not done since they moved here the last time they did that. of course, they were in oakland in oracle's. so hopefully the championship pedigree will come to san francisco as far as coming down here. this is the great part bay area. we love our
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pets. you can bring your pets down here as well. make sure your pets are on a leash. there are plenty of restaurants, plenty of camaraderie come on down. it's basically on the outside of the chase center and they're setting up right now. in fact, stephanie, let me step out the way just to prove to you how busy they are at this particular time. you can see some of the workers right there there. have there some of their gates that workers are bringing in extra personnel. they'll even have a court here. if you want to mess around and get a triple-double on the court here, you can do the same thing in try to pretend you're splash, brother as well. minus the millions and millions of dollars. and stephanie, i know your gold blooded back to you. thanks so much. >> a will for that live report. it looks like it's going to people that have a lot of fun out there. we appreciate that. hair stylist in walnut creek say they are devastated after a burglar took off with thousands of dollars worth of equipment.
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kron four's amanda hari has a look at that surveillance video and why the owners believe this wasn't just 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 they didn't have to worry about these types of things. but now they believe the suspects may have scoped 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
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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 not only donated but have dropped off tools living as result 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 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
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things from happening in the future. in walnut creek, amanda hari kron. 4 news. >> coming up, a new report shows the fbi conducted millions of searches of electronic data without warrants. we tell you have the fbi is now responding. and friends, family and the community in one bay area city remembering victims of violent crime as they call for crime as they call for accountability and change. everyone remembers the moment they heard... “you have cancer.” how their world stopped and when they found a way to face it. for some, this is where their keytruda story begins. keytruda - a breakthrough immunotherapy that may treat certain cancers. one of those cancers is advanced nonsquamous, non-small cell lung cancer where keytruda is approved to be used with certain chemotherapies as your first treatment if you do not have an abnormal “egfr” or “alk” gene. keytruda helps your immune system fight cancer but can also cause your immune system to attack healthy parts of your body. this can happen during or after treatment
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>> welcome back. people gathered in the nation to remember lives lost to violent crime. a vigil happened saturday at alvarez, 9th street park families from oakland, richmond, fairfield and vallejo released balloons to honor the lives taken this vigil was part of the 4th annual survivors. speak healing vigil day of action to mark national crime victims rights week. the event was one of dozens in cities across the country. a daring rescue unfolded above san francisco streets. look at this. fire crews climbed 80 feet up the transbay terminal building to save a man standing at the top on saturday. they say he was experiencing what they called a behavioral emergency. thankfully, the man was not hurt and was sent safely to an emergency room. and mental health workers in the state may soon be getting a big boost. san francisco senator scott wiener's behavioral health workforce revitalization act. pastor rick committee passed a committee vote. it would
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provide money for hiring and performance bonuses for mental health professionals like psychiatrist 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 job openings throughout the state. and some sad news to report in the entertainment world. country music legend naomi judd has died. she and her daughter winona formed the grammy-winning duo, the judds. she's also the mother of actress ashley judd. the judge were set to be inducted into the country music hall of fame today. the mother daughter duo had 14 number one hits in a career that lasted nearly 3 decades. some of those hits include love can build. bridget can build bridges and momma. he's crazy. naomi judd was 76 years old. we'll be right back. a box can be essential,
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♪ fall into line ♪ now for another check of the weather with meteorologist dave spahr gives us a closer look at conditions outside. good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody at a pretty nice start to the day today. here's a live shot coming in the east bay shoreline. >> from uc berkeley, there's the blue sky blue bay. so today's deal is going to be much like yesterday except the only kind of a will be will turn the winds down a little bit and also a little warmer
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for some of those inland spots. this is where you get to go to the runaway that this is the suspects that we see will be popping near about 84 today. that's going to be interrupted by this thing here. this another line front coming our way. it's going to be more about when driver for us. and that's going to be probably tomorrow afternoon into tomorrow night. that's going to delay the warm-up that we're going to see by midweek. so for today, basically mostly sunny, still little chilly along the coast, though. you're not going to see that kind of warm up at all, though. we've got 46 and half moon bay better warming this afternoon. but still could be somewhat modest with those highs. but elsewhere away we go in iraq and 58. 49 livermore, east bay shoreline. 47 for oakland right now. lower 50's at this hour. for most of it. let's going to as we go forward out there towards the mountains in nevada. we see a little bit in the way of some showers holding on to that all clears out again. nice day today to some marine layer kind of hanging about may give us some fog and some of those valleys a little bit as we go into tonight, then this system drop
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south very quickly. tomorrow morning in the more early morning commute, technically you might pick up a little sprinkle in some of the higher elevations, but the factor, most people going to notice going to win seats already gone by monday afternoon. don't see anything. it's back to sunny skies except that this point it's the winds were cut. let's get to that for today. we do have those typical onshore winds at work today. not the intensity we saw frdm yesterday, somewhat mild overnight and then here they go by tomorrow night. it's up there now. there's a possibility they may issue for them out for the, you know, the hills and so forth might have a wind advisory with that possibly, but it's not going to last real long. so probably why not when dad via wind warm inland, near about 80 mild for the bay in chile at the coast. so we're going to have really those microclimates checking in today. this week. we're talking about a mild start hot on wednesday. that's the data look that's will pop a little minor heat spike again, a verbal clouds on thursday as things change. we're hoping for rain looks like that's been taken out. and then next weekend, mostly sunny and nice. a few scattered clouds
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and on sundays. we want to walk. that's another piece of the systems we're starting to get to a time of year where it's all shifting north and all we get is the cloud cover in some of the way the winds today. 65 san francisco. 74 for open. 72 san jose across the water jug for this from talking about places out towards the delta. of course, quirkiness straight. you're going to be looking at those numbers in the upper 70's, but i hope cool with 69. but also in the north bay valleys, upper 70's near about 80 and out of the south. they were looking at 74 for san jose course. we'll have more on that and your 4 zone forecast. an extended stephanie looking forward to it. thank you, dave. >> in the south bay, a woman was killed while walking on interstate 6.80. it happened on the interstate near capitol avenue last night. police say the driver remained on scene and is cooperating with officers. this is the 17th pedestrian to be killed in san jose. so far this year. overall, 30 people have been killed in traffic accidents in 2022. the coroner's office has
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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. we will update you as more information becomes available. for your health this morning. the cdc continues to investigate cases of severe hepatitis in young kids. so far there have been 18 cases reported in at least 4 states with the first cases in the u.s. coming from alabama of those alabama cases. the patients were from different parts of the state. they did not have any contact with each other and all were considered generally healthy with no immune system, weakness or history of a previous covid infection, vomiting and diarrhea. with the most common symptoms among patients, the cdc has issued a health advisory. this week. the biden
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administration announced the fda will move forward with rules to ban the sale of menthol cigarettes. washington correspondent raquel martin has the details for us. >> 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 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
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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. and the epa has
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issued an emergency waiver to allow the sale of e 15 fuel during the summer driving season. >> it's the latest step in the biden administration's effort to lower gas prices. 15 fuel mix is a blend of 15% ethanol. and 85% gasoline. and it's not usually allowed to be sold during the warmer months because of air pollution concerns. but some experts say would save drivers 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 the waivers will expire. it will depend on what happens with gas prices in the future. still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news, a california man has completed a nine-month
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>> 246 days is how long it took for cody o'connor to cross america is 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 anna sesion 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. >> i think it's important just to know what the stands. primarily that is hope. >> well, the walk for hope.
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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 one 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
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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. >> what an inspiring story. well, still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. more questions than answers after a car goes over a cliff in san mateo county. what investigators are telling us about the deadly crash.
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>> good morning. welcome back to the kron. 4 morning news that start this half hour with a look at our forecast. we have dave spahr standing by in the weather center with our latest day. hey, good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. beautiful shot of the bay as we start things not much the way of fog at all. >> we'll see much either tomorrow, although maybe in some of the valleys will try to settle just a touch. here we have a new system will account for half moon bay. not that either. but we do want to point out it will be a little bit cooler at the coast tonight. yeah, it usually is. but we won't see the pop in temperatures like we're going to see inland or to see some movement going on to near about 80 for some of those inland valleys. now, what's going to change all of this early in the week is up in the top left-hand side of your screen. that's a new front cloud cover there. yeah. maybe
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a stray sprinkle. some of the higher elevations up in the north bay, particularly but on balance what we will get his after it. this means tomorrow afternoon, winds in this may be to the level of a wind advisory potentially for now. you can see single digits will be an afternoon breeze but will be become a spring breeze going on a nice spring sunday for you is what it looks like on balance today. up north of 41 for napa. but 50 for bottle. 43 going on for santa rosa. 58 for antioch and 49. meanwhile, for livermore with the peninsula mostly into the 50's, breaking the day down for us. 64 by 11 by to 76. but again, some of those inland spots we're looking to pop in about 80 now after this interruption. all but the middle of the week looks like it might be racing the 90 for some of those same inland spots. more in your forecast coming up and a bit, stephanie. >> thank you, dave. a tragic accident on the peninsula. 2 people are dead and a 3rd person may be missing in san mateo county after a late night car crash at pescadero state beach kron. four's felecia got reports on what we know.
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>> 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
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be. >> driving under 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 as in the city as the investigation continues, we'll learn more and more. either way, it's a very surprising 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, a car crashed into a traffic signal an abrupt it into flames. this happened at the intersection of market street and stanford avenue in north oakland
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saturday. that's just a few blocks away from san pablo avenue. firefighters had to use special equipment to get the driver out. the driver suffered burns and was taken to the hospital for treatment. we are getting a look at new video of police chasing a stolen porsche in alameda county. police say the man got behind the wheel, got up to 100 miles per hour along san leandro streets before crashing as he tried to run away and eventually being arrested. police have not reported any injuries related to that case. the union representing nurses at stanford health care and lucile packard children's hospital have reached a tentative agreement on a new contract. this could end the strike that began 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 in april 2024. the deal also includes an increase to the nurses, retirement benefits and an
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extra week of vacation. for all nurses starting in 2024. but the union members still have to vote on the deal before anything becomes official. about 5,000 nurses at both facilities went on strike monday over working conditions and staff shortages. if you use the google chrome browser, the company is urging you to please install new software update. this comes after google says hackers found and got into some security holes in the software. this problem affects windows mac o s the next and other browsers using google code. the announcement also comes. as security firms worry about possible russian cyber attacks because of the united states support of ukraine. a new report shows the fbi searched electronic data without a warrant millions of times last year. the report says the fbi conducted as many as 3.4 million searches. a senior fbi official admits the number is large, but as the number of
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americans impacted may not be as large as the number of searches suggests. the report doesn't say any of the searches were illegal. more than half of all searches were related to an investigation involving russian threats. coming up on the kron 4 morning news. a new way to send your precise location. >> is available for your phone in just 3 words. rich demuro has the details coming up.
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so you can have more success tomorrow. back. dropping a pin from your phone to let someone know where you are can be pretty helpful if you're lost or in danger. but what if you don't have any cell service in a situation like that, you can use just 3 words that could save your life. rich demuro reports with the details. >> 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 with a remember the address or gps coordinates counts, end up and dropped 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 water into 57 trillion. 10 foot by 10 foot square as.
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>> 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, give you 64 trillion and gives you enough to give every single 10 foot by 10 foot square in the well. 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
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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 you can use descend. >> remote 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. >> want to call the 3 words already taken the side earth wind it like her antioch for today. a little warm up happening inland. but at the
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what we're seeing with the movement in the inland valleys will get to that in a bit. checking up what's going on in tahoe. 54 tomorrow. 62 tuesday, we're on a theme here 70 for wednesday. so little warming happening for up in the mountains as well. that means some melting going on as we start to go in from the spring and soon to come. the summer season temperature check for you right now. we're at 58 for antioch. still cool. 49 livermore. i think that's the top of the hour reading. so tentatively that may be changing as we speak. 43 for santa rosa and napa still at a chilly 41. now today was we talked about some inland warming interrupted by that guy up there to another front. all it's going to give us monday morning of some scattered clouds and all, but we will probably see some stronger winds by monday afternoon. i don't know it will be enough for a wind advisory, but potentially it's going to be kind of on the the cusp, i guess so. let's go walking through that. there you see it. the winds this afternoon, little bit of an onshore breeze, not as aggressive or strong as we saw from yesterday, but keep a nice climate control for the
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coast. this is the pop are talking about into tomorrow afternoon through tuesday. then it starts to subside. but you can see still quite active for monday afternoon. now, unfortunately, the long-range forecast, it is looking less and less likely we'll be able to squeeze any moisture over the next 7 days. first the system passes. we talked about early in the week after that temporary high-pressure bill to allow the civil spike here. boom gets interrupted as we get into thursday friday, more traffic on top of us sets us up to the stage for a nice next weekend. again, everything is going up in north of us. this is the typical pattern we saw during the drought from the previous years. but more importantly, it's we get out of the winter months. the system's own drop as far to the south. we were kind of lucky in april to get some of these hits and it looks like it's not in the cards here for the next least 7 days. 4 zone forecast for your sunday. 65 san francisco to the coast. again, keeping a kind of cool in the 50's to about 60 bayside. a little bit more generous. we're starting to some middle 60's. moving to
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the lower 70's down south redwood city. 72 that will 73 in the south bay. we're start to get to the middle 70's, even morgan hill. 77 cupertino. 74 along with santa clara east bay shoreline to the south, lower 70's tri valley. you're looking at upper 70's, 79 for walnut creek. still a chilly 69 78 per nap and 79 for santa rosa. so it's a spring 7 day forecast. there's a warm day tuesday at 80, but 89 on wednesday maybe might see a 90 here or there. stephanie. looks nice. thank you, dave. >> for your health this morning. if you made and a promise to exercise more starting on the first of the year before months have now passed. and you've had trouble. and if you've had trouble sticking with your exercise regimen, no worries. our health expert karen owoc is here with some tips to help. good morning, karen. >> now this might be a good time to check in with everybody because only 8% of
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people who who set these new year's resolutions achieve them and 80% actually don't get to them. they're they're already fails by february. so i thought this would be a good time to kind of get people inspired again. yeah, absolutely. i'm barely having trouble and i'm having trouble enough as it is sticking to my commitment of. >> a peloton bike, at so, you know, us through some of the do's and don'ts to exercising more and and preventing some of those plateau is. so number one is at the but i call the 3 minute. >> motivator at because you're by release is hormones when it starts to move. and and it actually really says, you know, the endorphins, which you may have heard of, but serotonin doping mean these happy hormones they make you feel good. and it only takes 3 minutes to to get them flowing. so if you can think about just getting started,
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has a lot of people does have ties trouble just getting going in. so if you think okay, i can do 3 minutes of moving around. then that might get them take. keep going. yeah, i've also heard that helps to do this sort of thing with a friend to kind of the group motivation can. >> can help as well. yes, absolutely. >> and in it and you know, this is where you really have to kind of define your fitness personality. some people love that social act. you know that social connection with people. so those are the people that like you said would be great with another person. whereas there are some people that like the isolation, they like to kind of zone out in their own space. so maybe they would be better off with, you know, doing something like swimming, something where they're more alone. >> yeah, that is true that there are a lot of options when it comes to exercise. right? so something that you also mention in your book the importance of not being an exercise perfectionist.
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>> iowa and a lot of people are perfection in in many areas, diet as well as exercise. and this is where the all their 9th mentality just needs to get get added your head because, you know, usually we all have lives. we can always get to our full workout. so if only if you can only fit in 8 minutes, then do 8 minutes. you know, it doesn't have to be all or none, right? it's all about celebrating the small victories in the baby steps to right? >> absolutely. absolutely. and i'm also walk us through the importance of simplifying our workouts. yeah. so simple. find work has often workouts become. >> very complicated, maybe and or too long. and this is where you can actually run into trouble because you increase your risk of injury. you also increase your your the likelihood that you'll also
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lose motivation as well as energy. so you want to simplify the workout and that's what what goes into the next tip, which is, you know, don't do isolated exercises and isolated exercises are exercise. is that just focus on one muscle? so that would be like many people are familiar with the bicep curl. so the bicep curl is just focusing on the bicep and >> activity said david daily living. >> they don't just focus on 1 one muscle group. they when you do something in daily life, you're usually you seeing many muscle groups, multiple joints and those are called compound exercises. so those are the things that you want to include. and there's so much more efficient cars you can kill several birds with one stone by like a pullout would be working your biceps plus your chest, your
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shoulders, core. and we just we have just about 30 seconds left here, but i want to make sure that we kind of hit some of the last few points. you mentioned it's important to shorten your cardio training. >> you don't want to do sit-ups and crunches and you do. you want to switch up your workouts. yes, you do want to switch it up. get the body is very adaptable. >> so when you start adapting to that same workout, it becomes very efficient. and when it becomes very efficient, that mean to bring less calories. and so you would you want to switch it up. and try try and get it fixed. and it also keeps it from getting too boring to switch up your workout. so that's real important to all right. karen owoc teaching us how to exercise smarter and not harder. we really appreciate you joining us live here today on kron 4 we'll be right back after this. and good luck on your peloton. thank you. thank you. i appreciate that. i want to when a corporate some of your tips.
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coast here. san jose state for you as we check out the blue skies down to the south bay. also the fog a little bit. we'll see by tomorrow morning. why? because the passage of yet another front there you see in some of the inland valleys off to the east bay looks like tri get some in some of the santa cruz mountains of touch to nothing major with this. but it's just a little indicator of our marine layer kind of strengthens up right at the passage of this front, which will be tomorrow morning. rain with that. well, that's a nice job, but unfortunately, maybe just a little sprinkle dirty. the car up in the higher elevations of the north bay decides that brief brief cloud cover and the winds by tomorrow afternoon. that's what it looks like in stormtracker 4 actually can't make out that front. it's little bit to the north and the north and upper left-hand side of the screen temperatures in the north bay already in the 50's. 58 for antioch livermore has graduated to 52. 52 also for san jose in the peninsula. we're looking at 50's with the cooler. 49, half moon bay, current winds, single digits will have a breeze today. but
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not quite the intensity we saw from yesterday or we will see tomorrow. 69 at high noon 78 by 3. but some areas again will reach about 80 or so need to short sleeve shirts and some of those inland valleys coming up in a bit, we check in more of your forecast for your sunday, stephanie, thanks very much. dave. >> breaking news from overnight. speaker of the house nancy pelosi makes an unannounced visit to ukraine. speaker pelosi and a congressional delegation visited the capital city of kiev. pelosi is the highest-ranking american leader to visit ukraine since the start of the russian invasion. she met with ukrainian president, volodymyr zelensky and expressed the united states continued support for the country. >> eu to you to say thank a frontier that your funds. >> this and so commitment be there. when you want go time.
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>> speaker pelosi is also set to meet with a polish delegation later today. poland is working to restore natural gas to its people after a russian company halted supplies earlier this week. happening today, rallies will be held all across the bay area in honor of may day. also known as international workers day. this is video from a rally last year in san francisco. you can expect to see celebrations all day long in cities like berkeley and santa rosa, the rally in san francisco starts at 10 this morning at the embarcadero and market street. and in the bay area, excitement is building as the warriors get ready for the western conference semifinals against the memphis grizzlies. the series begins this afternoon in memphis, but there will be a watch party for warriors fans at the chase center kron four's will tran is live there with this morning with all the details for as well. while you can see the jumbotron. >> above me and how bright it
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is. so if you want to come down here, a couple of things you need to know. it's free. it's outside the chase center. so you won't be technically going inside, but they have plenty of space here. so you and about maybe they said 2 to 3,000 people could be at thrive plaza. that's the name of it. and you come down here and watch the warriors for game one tipoff is at 12 30, but the watch party begins at 11 o'clock this morning. let me step out of the way. so let me just show you what they are doing. and they have been busy in the overnight hours. here's a court which they will set up some baskets and then you can mess around, get a triple-double on the basketball court here and you have seats. if you want to watch the game and just cheh lacks a little bit and watch steph klay and the rest of the gang light up the grizzlies. you see some people stopping by getting pictures and then here's that jumbo tron. stephanie, i was telling you about. i mean, you might think you have a fabulous tv screen
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at home. know nothing compared to this. this is high definition, of course. and then over there for the very special fans v i p lounge, all of that plenty for you to get pictures. hang out high 5 people you don't even know. the bottom line is they've been doing this for quite some time. they did this in oracle and now they're doing it here. it's free. bring your pets days. barr was talking about how great the weather is going to be as well. no alcohol. you can bring in any alcohol, but you can see plenty of restaurants that would love to get your money back to you. but local businesses can certainly also use that. >> additional help after the year, the last couple of years that we've had and it looks like it's going to be a lot of fun out there. thanks so much. we'll for that live report. alright, hair stylist in walnut creek say they are devastated after a burglar took off with thousands of dollars worth of equipment. kron four's amanda hari has a
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look at that surveillance video and why the owners believe this wasn't just 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 they didn't have to worry about the-e types of things. but now they believe the suspects may have scoped 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
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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 idm ing 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,
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can be part of your story. and ask your doctor if keytruda back. time now for another check of the weather with meteorologist dave spahr. good morning, david. good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. boy, nice, sunny day. we look today just like yesterday was except we're putting a thumb on the scale with some of those temperatures. >> in the inland valleys, kind of a dry run for the warmup. we're going to see by midweek. live shot comes in from san jose state. >> our friends in the media logical department there and 3
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p and 03:00pm, ok, here's what it looks like on the satellite picture upstream. there's a front going to interrupt that heating, by the way, we're getting today for your monday. most important factor. most people notice a subtle drop in temperatures winds. another bout of those onshore winds. they might get near the threshold of a wind advisory potentially. so just a heads up with that will let you know, 61, antioch, 52 for livermore, things improve there. 50's along the east bay shoreline for now 50 santa rosa. 51 for napa very early in the day. of course, futurecast for doesn't hold much happening in the short term here. pretty clear for us and a good for tonight. but then monday, a brief moment of some scattered clouds right about the morning commute here. there looks to be that promise of rain. well, that's going to be maybe a couple sprinkles on the higher elevations potentially basically sunny for the afternoon. but behind all of that will be those winds are going to be watching. so just a heads up with that. let's get to that in future cast for here. they are this afternoon, not the intensity we had from yesterday. then it looks like
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on our monday they pick up a little bit. there's a pop not too long. so may not reach that threshold that we need for wind advisory. but potential was there. and then it does turn off shore a little bit up to solano county, though, in the aftermath for today, it's warm inland near about 80's. we talked about a couple selective spots will do that mild for the bay, but still chilly at the coast. a lot of 50's, though, this week mild start that front runner ups things hot on wednesday, variable clouds as we get to run thursday. another interruption heading into the weekend. these are the pieces of systems that would normally are typically give us a little shot of rain and then into next weekend, it's mostly sunny. nice. a few scattered clouds on sunday. back to the local bay forecast 50 65 san francisco. 72 oakland and 74 for san jose. again, warming up nicely in the far east bay to about 80 79 for santa rosa. 78. meanwhile, 4 napa coming up in a bit with our typical spring time forecast. we'll show you that extended and also take a look at the 4 zone forecast to stephanie. thanks very much, dave.
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>> in the south bay, a woman was hit and killed while walking on interstate 6.80 last night. it happened near capitol avenue. police say the driver remained on scene and is cooperating with officers. this is the 17th pedestrian to be killed in san jose. so far this year. overall, 30 people have been killed in traffic accidents in the area in 2022. the coroner's office has determined fentanyl toxicity is what caused the death. a former san jose police officer day. 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 and we will update you as soon as more information becomes available. we're health this morning. the cdc continues to investigate cases of severe hepatitis and young kids. so far there have been 18 cases reported in at least 4 states with the first cases in the u.s. coming from
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alabama. those alabama cases, the patients were from different parts of the state. they did not have any contact with each other and all were considered generally healthy with no immune system, weakness or history of a previous covid infection, vomiting and diarrhea were among the most common symptoms. the cdc has issued a health advisory. this week. the biden administration 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
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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
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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. attorney general rob bonta is investigating what he calls a global plastic pollution crisis. >> and he's going he's going after exxon mobil. he says the oil and gas company ran a decades long campaign deceiving the public about the harmful environmental effects of plastic. that's despite a warning the company received about those effects in the 1970's bonta says most plastic products which are made from petroleum are not recyclable and end up in landfills or in the ocean. exxonmobil rejected these allegations saying it is working with the public and other industries as well as the state of california to advance recycling. the epa
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issued an emergency waiver to allow the sale of e 15 fuel during the summer driving season. it's the latest step in the biden administration's effort to lower gas prices. the e 15 fuel makes is a blend of 15% alcohol or other ethanol, 15% ethanol. and 85% gasoline. it's usually not allowed to be sold during the warmer months because of air pollution concerns. but some experts say could save drivers about $0.10 a gallon at the pump on average. >> i think he's a london force 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 hold of the situation for eventually many months. >> no word exactly. when the wife waivers will expire. it will depend on what happens with gas prices in the future. the white house correspondents
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dinner return saturday night for the first time in 3 years. the annual event has been held since the 1920's bringing together journalists, politicians and celebrities. the daily show's trevor noah headlined the dinner this year. this was just one of in a jam-packed weekend of crowded parties in d c raising concerns from health experts. >> we are certainly right now in this country out of the pandemic phase. >> president biden became the first sitting president to attend the dinner since 2016. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news, a california man has completed a nine-month walk across the u.s.. >> all for charity. we have
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now to an inspiring story about a young southern california cancer survivor who spent the last 9 months walking across america. >> raising money and awareness about pediatric cancer. 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 is 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
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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 anna sesion 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. >> i 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
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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 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
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again. i'm christina pascucci, the santa monica pier. >> what a brave. an incredible effort there. >> still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news, more questions than answers after a car goes over a cliff in san mateo county. what investigators are county. what investigators are saying about the deadly crash. under district attorney gascón, i prosecuted car break-ins. all repeat offenders, often in organized crime rings. but when chesa boudin took office, he dissolved the unit and stopped me from collaborating with the police on my cases. now home and car break-ins are on the rise because repeat offenders know they can get away with it. chesa boudin is failing to do his job. there's a better way to keep san francisco safe. recall chesa boudin now.
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you're a champion. you're not a quitter. quitters don't do what they're supposed to. champions do. and you're a star. and you shine. that's what you do. that's what you do every day. [inspirational music] good morning. welcome back to the 4 morning news. >> it start this half hour off with a look at our forecast with dave spahr is in the weather center with the
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latest. hey, good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. and a beautiful sunday. it will be were just up in those temperatures a little bit this afternoon compared to what we had yesterday live shot of the east bay shoreline complements of uc berkeley. and he's not much the way of fog this morning. now, tomorrow in some of the valleys, we might see a little bit of that because that marine layer is going to kind of strengthen up a little bit as this new front drops to the south. there it is that you can see the line out line up in the upper left-hand side of your screen. that's a brief system moving through the big thing. you're going to notice tomorrow on balance is going to be the winds and an interruption of heating. so it'll be a little cooler than today. a quick check in the winds calm to single digits over most of the real estate will see a little uptick this afternoon, but not as breezy as yesterday. 61, antioch, most of the temperatures have been on the move. a little chilly this morning up in the north bay. but now up in the 50's, the the cool spot, 47 with still that onshore tendencies. so no surprise there. 52 san jose and an impressive 50 for half moon bay all the way. don't expect much more on the way of movement this afternoon. coastal numbers will be a bit
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cooler. 69 at high noon to 3 78 again in reserves might see an 80 here or there and another run for another heat spike for you by the middle the week. we might actually see a 90 or so by wednesday we'll have more new longer range forecast and it stephanie, looking forward to it. thank you, dave. >> a tragic accident on the peninsula. 2 people are dead and a 3rd person may be missing in san mateo county after a late night car crash at pescadero state beach kron forcefully to go reports on what we know. >> 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
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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. >> driving under influence of alcohol or drugs that could be going to be 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'm going to see it as the investigation continues. >> we'll learn more and more. either way, it's a very surprising 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
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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, a car crashed into a traffic signal and erupted into flames. this happened at the intersection of market street in stanford avenue in north oakland saturday. that's a big intersection just a few blocks away from san pablo avenue. firefighters had to use the jaws of life equipment to get the driver out. the driver sustained burns in the crash and was taken to the hospital for treatment. we are getting a look at new video of police chase chasing a stolen porsche in alameda county. police say the man got behind the wheel or rather the man behind the wheel got up to 100 miles per hour along san leandro streets before crashing. he tried to run away was eventually arrested. police have not
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reported any injuries related to this chase. 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. this could end the nurses strike that began 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 in april 2024. the deal also includes an increase to the nurses, retirement benefits and an extra week of vacation. for all nurses starting in 2024. but the union members still have to vote on that deal before anything becomes official. about 5,000 nurses at both facilities went on strike monday over working conditions and staff shortages. if you use the google chrome browser, you're urged to install many new software update. the tech giant is warning users to get those updates soon because hackers apparently discovered some security holes. google so
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many high level problems within the software which affect windows mac o s linick's and other browsers using google code. no word yet on anything specific with regards the state of that software. but the announcement does come as security firms worry about possible russian cyber attacks. a new report shows the fbi searched electronic data without a warrant millions of times last year. the report says the fbi conducted as many as 3.4 million searches of u.s. data. a senior fbi official admitted that the number may sound large, but the number of americans impacted may not be as large as the number of searches suggests. the report does not allege any of the searches were illegal. more of the more than half of all searches were related to an investigation involving russian threats.
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>> and we're looking for a little bit more of a warm-up on for today. one called a spike inland will say maybe he bumped going on with temperatures reaching about can see towards the delta antioch, about 80 are keenest rate and in some locations in the far east bay. but later on this week, a bigger, warm up. put it all together for you. coming up with for morning news continues.
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>> welcome back. we have dave spahr here with your weather forecast. and dave, how long is all the sunshine going to last for a looks pretty good for a stephanie all the way into next week. good morning and good morning, everybody. >> sfo, no delays happening out that way. even as much in the way of some just in fog that we had from yesterday to east bay shoreline is looking good at that blue skies in blue bay with this warm up that is reflected up in the mountains as well. tahoe forecast calls for those numbers reaching about 70 wednesday. that's that heat. we call that heat spike. that point is around the bay. those numbers are going to start to get into summer like territory. but the klein, 54 tomorrow, 62 on tuesday, by the way, winds which were going to be here in the bay, too. and 70 on wednesday. so it'll be a little break in the middle the week as high pressure builds have a little bit of an arc here. it's 61 right now for antioch. 54 concord. 52 livermore up to the north bay, mostly 50's, although valais standing out
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just typical 49, you have those onshore winds. we're going to have today and tomorrow, 60 san carlos. so what's going do that is the cloud cover to the north. you see here this this front now it will throw some cloud cover for us early tomorrow morning. and you might get a little sprinkle in some of the higher elevations, but to get the north bay that for the most part most you're going to notice brief instance of cloud cover out early enough and then some of those onshore winds. they will flip a little bit offshore for solano county. looks like late in the day on monday. so just going to be watching it throughout the day. you can for our forecast today. it's sunny today. some of that marine layer comes back tonight. so be some morning fog and some of the valleys in the east bay with the front arrival early in the morning tomorrow, some scattered clouds, but then it clears out again. and then it's the wind story that we've been talking about for the afternoon. getting back to the winds today. we do still have them with us onshore. there will be in the most part little bit of an offshore wind up in the north bay. briefly this morning before shifts and it's going to be as strong as we head from yesterday. but
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tomorrow, a little bit of a spike going on might be enough for perhaps the higher elevations have a wind advisory. maybe it's kind of teetering on that. then here's the flip. we have offshore as you'll notice up there to solano county briefly and up to nap, but looks like as well. let's get to the 4 zone forecast covering you for this sunday. 65 san francisco. it's a little cooler along the coast that we may still be holding on to some 50's, though, today, 60's cover us along the bay side. 69 foster city, 73 for palo alto. continue to build to that for the south bay, though, 74 san jose, 77 morgan hill, 74 for santa clara, east bay shoreline to the south, lower 70's tri valley. you're looking at the mid to upper 70 79 walnut creek, 79 for concord. but again, some areas may popping about 80 today. berkeley at 70, a cool 69, 82. meanwhile, for fairfield water makes a big difference. 78 for napa and santa rosa at 79. but on balance, you could probably call this a spring forecast as temperatures are jumping all
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over the place with this. so we had a brief warm-up today. then the cool down for monday. warming back up again, as you can see tuesday, wednesday, cooling off as we head on to the latter portion of the week. we were hoping on thursday, maybe throw raindrop on there. but for now, variable clouds, people here. wow. some in studio conversation. the con for kron. 4 morning news continues.
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>> well, if you pass through san francisco's golden gate park, you're likely familiar with john f kennedy drive the roadway closed to traffic during the pandemic and became a space for people to socialize, exercise and travel. and now the idea is permanent. the city's board of supervisors voted to make jfk car free, but only after 12 hours of debate kron 4 sarah stinson has the details. >> very exciting. i mean, we're just biking up from the beach and, you know, we don't have to worry about cars could be my 8 year-old. he can run through. you can bike. >> it just makes the most sense to san francisco board of supervisors voted and approved a car-free jfk after meeting for 12 hours with hundreds of people voicing their opinions. didn't think i would ever see this. it's just it's just a wonderful. several organizations have been working tirelessly for months. efforting this, including walk, has sent its going to be
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generations of people who get to enjoy this for ever. it's so it's like i might cry because it still is still hitting me. i'm so happy. there are some people against this, though. >> someone jfk open to cars on weekdays for more accessibility jfk first became 100% car free back in april of 2020 by mayor london breed. and people in the city fell in love with this. now 300,000 people use it per month. every single day the commute on recreate on right by for now. >> i'm sarah stinson reporting in san francisco. back to you. >> all right. here to talk with us. more about all of this is san francisco supervisor rafael mandelman. thank you so much for joining us. mister supervisor. great to be here. all right. so clearly a lot of public support, as you just heard for a car free jfk, you're a parks and rec department also did a survey, 70% of respondents saying that they are in favor of this move. so what's your reaction to this finally becoming a reality? well, it
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as you said, 12 hours of debate on tuesday. was that a long day? yeah. and people have a lot of feelings on all sides of the issue. but i think, you know, the board made the right decision. i think that. >> you know, people loved her for through the pandemic. and as we come out of the pandemic, i think other cities around the world have done things like this have converted roads recreation and i think it makes a lot of sense make sense for the environment. makes sense for kids. we did here and have heard concerns from access issues that i think we're going to have to do some work over the next months and years to him, increase access for disabled folks and folks who live far away from the park. but i think this was the right move for san francisco that he described the energy in that room as that debate was going on. i mean, there were hours and hours of that. was that like, yeah, well, i think the supervisors, energy waned by be i'm sure i people are passionate about this. i think in people who support a car-free jfk saw this as being
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about the environment and about pedestrian and bicycle safety and people who are opposed you know, felt like this was keeping people out of the park and that is not the intention. i think there's a lot of things that we can do to make the park more accessible than it was before. and it sounds like you've proposed some legislation in response to what some of the concert at response of some of the critics concerns about. >> you the mobility access issues for those who might be seniors wanting to get to the museum. and can you walk us through some of that legislation? yeah, i mean, there's i think 40 points in their of things that we were going to work on. one thing is there needs to be more disabled more access and that one. so we're striking a bunch of disabled parking spaces around the park. >> there's you know, we need to let people know that you actually can get basically to the front door of the museum. if you drive into the garage. so we need to provide a lot more signage around how you can get around the park. now, it's still possible to get
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pretty much anywhere. you want to get. and there are there still like, you know, 5,000 parking spaces in the so there's still a lot of access. but we need to make sure that people know how to get around. and then we need to have, you know, we have instituted a shuttle that care that carries people around the park, but we need to increase the frequency of that. we need to make it really easy for people to get around. and, you know, those are the that's the flavor of some of the things we're going to do, what we're doing. some work around the garage, particularly for low-income folks to make able to access the museum's in and so, you know, i think it's this is not going to. it's not going to be done in snap of the fingers. i think we're going to have to continue working on this. but the board's coming to the mayors committed and and we're going to make you know, car-free jfk continue but also make the park more accessible for all. >> the legislation itself has it has been passed its past. okay. these 40 different how
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soon can we start to see maybe construction and where is the funding coming from? some of them have already started. so there is a shuttle, but we need to appropriate to service and have it run more frequently >> we're going you know, do some of the changes around the use of the garage. already happening. the striping will be happened. the striping of new i'm a disabled ac%ess will be happening over the next few months. >> and beyond that, thinking about rethinking the use of the garage and may be thinking about ways to make it cheaper for that's going take a little more but >> i think we'll get there. >> and any word on where the funding specifically will come from for these projects. we're going to have to figure out a way somehow we have a very large city 13 billion and we're going to have to. >> our parks are one of the things that i think all san feel actually great about or most san franciscans feel great about these are worthwhile investments and and we want we want golden gate park to be for everyone. we want all our parks to be for everyone. how should people
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envision golden gate park in 5.10, years? well, i think we're going to have this amazing, you know, car-free probably continued. i think, you know, i hope that our museums have come back from the pandemic. the tourism has revived people. the ferris might still be there that, you know, that's a destination for folks. anywhere from any neighborhood in san francisco. but really for folks around the world that people know about golden gate park and love it and love the institutions. there and are also able to feel and do things outside their cars. one of all san francisco fail mandelman. thank you so much for your perspective for joining us on the show today. thank you so much for having me. all right. we'll be right back.
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>> from the area's local news station, you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at no. >> good morning. thank you so much for joining us on the kron. 4 morning news. i'm stephanie land. >> we have a lot to get it for you this morning. but let's start by getting a look at, of course, the weather with dave spahr. good morning, dave. good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. and a beautiful start to by the way. this is the last month immunological calendar of spring because we walk in a june that will be summer. and here's a live shot coming in from the east bay shoreline. bluebay blue skies going on to start things off. not much the intrusion of fog. however, tomorrow morning might be a little bit of a different story temporarily. a little bit of fog trying to ec se of t off to the east bay, the santa cruz mountains, a touch. that's a little artificial because we will have little bit of a front or backyard and what you are going to notice tomorrow are going to be the winds are going to be a little bit probably more intense than we had yesterday for today. a little bit of a breeze, but
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not we're going on just bit of an on shore event. 61 for antioch, most readings on the board, you will notice are in the 50's. so a little bit of warm up we had from last hour. we will see those microclimates checking in today's so nice and warm in those inland valleys. but still cool along the coast with plenty of 50's in place. there are onshore winds, but the kind of variable at this hour, single digits to calm as what we see. the breakdown today keeps a sunny all day. 73 by one by 4 78. we will see some locations popping about 80 or so. but a better heat spike by the middle of next week. but all that together for your forecast coming up in a bit, stephanie, thank you, dave. >> breaking news from overnight. speaker of the house nancy pelosi makes an unannounced visit to ukraine. speaker pelosi and a congressional delegation visited the capital city of kiev. pelosi is the highest-ranking american leader to visit ukraine since the start of the russian invasion. she met with ukrainian president, volodymyr zelensky and expressed the united states continued
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support for ukraine. >> we will you to say thank a frontier that your funds. >> this and so commitment be there. when you want go time. >> speaker pelosi is planning to be in poland this morning as well as she set to meet with a polish delegation later today. poland is working to restore natural gas to its people after a russian company halted supplies earlier this week. happening today, rallies will be held all across the bay area in honor of may day. also known as international workers day. this is video from a rally last year in san francisco. you can expect to see celebrations all day long in cities like berkeley and santa rosa, the rally in san francisco starts at 10 this morning at the embarcadero and market street. back here in
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the bay area. excitement is building as the warriors get ready for the western conference semifinals against the memphis grizzlies. the series begins this afternoon in memphis. but there will be a watch party for warriors fans at the chase center kron four's will tran is live there for us this morning with all the details will. >> they are getting ready for about 2 or 3,000 rabid fans and they should be shoulder to shoulder because last time they said there wasn't a lot of movement as far as left to right because people were just jam packed into thrive plaza which is outside of chase center. and you can see all step out now show you exactly what's going on. they've been busy in the overnight hours. they are. they have their chairs ready to go. you can see this gentleman having all the waste baskets just in case people want to throw away things. of course. and then there's the jumbotron. much better, of course, than the tv
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you have at home. they're so busy right now setting up over there as well. they have speakers ready to go. it's going to be family-friendly. so if you bring down your kids, they'll face paint your child as well. plenty of restaurants. they are not allowing you to bring in any alcohol, but don't worry about it. they have plenty of vendors that will be more than happy. >> to take your money as you root on the warriors. they're on the road. tipoff at 12, 30 today. as far as letting people inside you will be allowed to come here starting at 11 o'clock. and i heard if you come down last time, if you even think about getting up in one of the seats, somebody will pounce all over it. so hopefully you won't have to get up so much because i was just looking at this. imagine sitting here and this is your view of the game. jumbo tron. they're ready to roll. they expect about 2 to 3,000 people, but they can
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probably handle even more people. in fact, look at this. i see some fans already showing up. they won't be allowed into this location until 11 o'clock. you have to go through some metal detectors, obviously for everybody's safety. but people are starting to show up already go warriors. i expect the warriors to win in 6 games. back to you. yeah, go warriors. it's look. it looks like it's going to be a grand time. thank you so much. we'll for that live report. >> here's silas in walnut creek say they are devastated after a burglar took off with thousands of dollars worth of equipment. kron four's amanda hari has a look at that surveillance video and why the owners believe this wasn't just 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
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in. >> 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 stole all of the tools of our trade on the salon. end of the business. >> so all the clippers, all the sheers 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
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nothing that they needed to do their jobs. the blame jackson says the stylus community came out to help so many people have not only donated but have dropped off tools living as result 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 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. >> and friends, family and the community and one bay area community city rather are remembering victims of violent crime as they call for crime as they call for accountability and change. ♪ sure, feels good when you get it right. and with the number one powered toothbrush brand recommended by dental professionals.
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>> welcome back to kron. 4 morning news. good morning, everybody. live shot coming in the half. moon bay. it looks pretty nice and it is, however, remember, it could be a little cooler along the coast today. then, you know, the big contrast, the micro climates really checking in inland valley start to warm up again. this is going to be he bumped. we'll call because we have more of a heat spike by the middle of next week. there's a shot of the golden gate. we don't see the intrusion of any fog here. not much the way of winds either. that will happen later today. we already had a front passenger's another one coming in our direction. this player will be here probably early
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tomorrow morning. so early birds and early morning commuters might see some scattered clouds temporarily. but the bigger issue will be the afternoon winds that everybody will feel temperature check for you. 61, most readings across the real estate in the 50's. i'm looking for an exception right now. nope. looks like we've got it all covered there. so antioch, the only exception there. we'll see the typical warming up around the carquinez strait contra costa county and up the solano county for today and wednesday as well as we look at the forward, we see a little in the way of some of that fog try to come back again. the marine layer fortified by this front behind us. that will be overnight into tomorrow morning. and then some scattered clouds. as i mentioned, it looks like there's inviting some rain, but no, it doesn't look like that will happen for us. clear for the balance of your monday and into tuesday, really as well. back to those winds looks like we have a little off shore up to the north bay temporarily. there comes the switch on shore for today tonight. tomorrow they actually build a little intensity all with the front and then last-minute switch to
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an offshore wind direction. all this will be watching potentially some areas may pop a wind advisory, maybe solano county, perhaps with all of that. so warm inland today with mir about 80 mild for the bay in chile at the coast. that's particular with that breeze. then for this week, a mild start because we get pushed back down again by the front temporary high pressure for a couple of days. so that your tuesday wednesday thing heat spike and then variable clouds on thursday. i know we're talking maybe a chance of rain. it has a look at what's happening then next weekend, mostly sunny and nice. few scattered clouds for sunday. hopefully some raindrops can join us. let's hope 65 san francisco. 72 for oakland, 74 for san jose. but again, when you get inland numbers go away. upper 70's about 80 or so going on for antioch and then along the coast, those chilly 50's and about 60 or so keep it here. got some in studio conversation for you next to kron. 4 morning news continues.
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first time you guys are having the festival come back in person. walk us through how that feels. >> yeah, it's it's great. you know, we lost festival we had in person was in so it's been almost 3 years now. and we're excited to be back at union square again. continue. our annual tradition. >> yeah, and you know, obviously the past several years have been really hard for everyone. so to be able to meet up in person, you know, we had our first virtual event last year and it was it was nice, but it will be really great to be able to actually see everyone now. >> yeah, and the bay area and i i don't think everyone knows is the bay area is home to so many taiwanese americans. some notable personalities. we know basketball star jeremy lin also the co-founder of yahoo. jerry yang, right? so, you know, but because there might not be so much awareness about jaime's american culture, what is it about culture, but you want people to experience and take away from the upcoming festival.
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>> well, so, you know, people in a single that i won first think of the food and which you know, this is food is definitely great in taiwan and what time super known for. but, you know, there's a little bit of the history and culture of town as people that i think, you know, the public is not aware and so we hope that through this event, we can share more insight on the culture of thai one history and and why it was days. >> you've mentioned some notable names. so we definitely have connections to the rest of the world. but i think it be great to share more of that history. for instance, the indigenous people and time one of the languages are part of the family. so that stretches all the way down to the south pacific and, you know, it is all although we love boba, it does go. haha are beyond that, though. we're hoping people get a taste the festival. very good and so kind walk us through what people can at
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this upcoming festival in union square. >> so we will have, you know, a variety of performances. so that spent throughout the day and then we'll also have a tent that talks about tony's history and culture in the town will also feature various tony's authors and story tellers, which we think are great to bring the stories to life. >> some of children's authors will be at the festival. so a great chance for people to bring their kids and listen to story time. obviously the we have some great food vendors who are classics or maybe some new faces to the bay area. food scene. so excited for people to check those out too. you mention the food being a huge part of taiwanese culture. my parents being from taiwan as well like i. >> i know all about. but for our viewers who might not be as familiar with walk us through, some may be the popular food options in taiwanese culture. >> see one of the through that
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will have at the event is like know me. and so will sue, which is last 6 2. you know, i think we were somewhat limited, but by what we can cook. but i you know that that is definitely one of the main attractions. >> we have some other vendors who are coming in doing pre packaged snacks. and you also have some cool aloe drinks coming out. so i think, you know, obviously fill up on snacks, but also get some refreshing beverages. you know, it's kind of a cliche at this point, but people always say how time his parents show their love is 5 way. have you eaten yet on of ways. all right. and so we definitely hope people who come to the festival will get to defy that. a lot definitely feel. and we hope that you get a chance in it. this past year has over the last couple of years, actually. >> you know, we've seen this rise anti-asian sentiment. in.
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i'm just curious to know how that's affected you personally and members of the taiwanese american community. >> yeah, you know, i think that's definitely great point. and i think one of the ways that i think topping our festival helps with that alleviate the issue does to more awareness. and, you know, we're in us about the different cultures that we have in america, especially in the bay county's population is such a big population and so we think that having awareness for one and you know, that there's a celebration for in respect for all the different cultures in america that we can start to, you levy, an address that issues. >> absolutely. i think that in the moments where i personally feel fear or i worry about the elders in our community. i think about the people who come together to make sure that like no one has to walk by themselves. and it's not just limited to the taiwanese community. it's been heartening to see different groups come together. you know, i try to remember that
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when i feel fear. >> you know, what is your message to the community at this you know, there's been so much i suppose anxiety and fear because of what's happened to and what's been what's been happening in the asian-american community. how can people help? >> well, that that feels i know one of the one of the slogans from the tonys government last year was the hashtag taiwan can help. and that was quite specifically with the covid-19 situation and, you know, the lessons that taiwan has learned about pandemics and how that's helped all of us. and i think the pandemic fed into a lot of other tensions in the community. and so. generally, i we hope that people know that 10 these people are helpful and tony's americans are helpful. and so, you know, we're we're here to celebrate. we're here to help each other. >> yeah, i think just to
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spite, you know, spreading the word about our event and becoming to our event and promoting it. i think that's going to help, you know, help the situation as well. thank >> all right, peter lynn and cindy lee with the tonys american culture festival. thank you so much for being with us here today. thank you. thank you. all right. well, a reminder that the festival does run from 10:00am to 04:00pm on may 17 at san francisco's union square. you can find more information at t a festival dot org. we'll be right back.
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to an inspiring story about a young southern california cancer survivor who spent the last 9 months walking across america, raising money and awareness about pediatric cancer. 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 is 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
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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 anna sesion 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. >> i think it's important just to know what the stands for. primarily that is >> 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
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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. >> what an inspiring guy. still ahead on the kron 4
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>> good morning. thank you so much for joining us on the kron. 4 morning news. i'm stephanie lynn, we have a lot to get to for you. let's start by getting a look at the weather with dave spahr a day. a good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. today is kind of like what yesterday was like, except let's turn
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the winds down a little bit. and that's one of those temps upper to be in the inland valleys. they will notice is much of a change of the coast. however. >> we're showing you half moon bay here, blue skies, blue bay, beautiful day at that. just a little cooler. so bring along the sweater, the windbreaker because it will be cool all day today. storm tracker for shows the hints of what we're talking about getting into early next week. that cloud deck you see right up near the banner. it's a front and you'll see some scattered clouds early tomorrow. briefly and the winds by tomorrow afternoon with the passage of that, speaking of which what kind of variable right now, as you can see, the winds and the board here calm the single digits for the most part and most readings are in the 50's except the antioch out. there is racing ahead at 64 san carlos. we've seen 61. 56 coming in for san jose. the day today. 73 at one by 4 at 78. but again, some inland spots popping about 80 that front interrupts this little warming, heat pump, if you will, and we'll get a heat spike by the middle of next week. but look at your longer forecast coming up in just a
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bit. stephanie, thank you, dave. >> in the south bay, a woman was hit and killed while walking on interstate 6.80 last night. it happened near capitol avenue. police say the driver remained on scene and is cooperating with officers. this is the 17th pedestrian to be killed in san jose. so far this year, overall, 30 people have been killed in traffic accidents in the area in 2022. a tragic accident on the peninsula. 2 people are dead and a 3rd person may be missing in san mateo county after a late night car crash at pescadero state beach kron. four's believed to go reports on what we know. >> 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
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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. >> driving under influence of alcohol or drugs that could be tired. >> 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 happen. and in this case, what happened then? i'm going to see it as the investigation continues. we'll learn more
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and more. either way, it's a very surprising 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. >> the coroner's office has determined fentanyl toxicity is what caused the death of former san jose police officer day. 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. we will update you as more information becomes available. in the east bay. a car crashed into a traffic signal and erupted into flames. this happened at the intersection of market street in stanford avenue in north
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oakland saturday. that's just a few blocks away from the san pablo avenue. firefighters had to use special equipment to get the driver out. the driver suffered burns and was taken to the hospital for treatment. we're getting a look at new video of police chasing a stolen porsche. an alameda county police say the man got behind the wheel got up to 100 miles per hour as he raced along san leandro streets before crashing. he was eventually arrested. the union representing nurses at stanford health care seal packard children's hospital have reached a tentative agreement on a new contract that could end the strike that began 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 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 before
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anything becomes official. about 5,000 nurses at both facilities started to strike on monday over working conditions and staff shortages. people gathered benicia to remember lives lost in violent crime. a vigil happened saturday at alvarez, 9th street park families from oakland, richmond, fairfield and vallejo release balloons to honor the lives taken this vigil was part of the 4th annual survivors. speak healing vigil day of action to healing vigil day of action to mark nationa rights week. the event was one of dozens in cities across the country. a daring rescue unfolded above san francisco streets. fire crews climbed 80 feet up the transbay terminal building to save a man standing at the top on saturday. they say he was experiencing what they called a behavioral emergency. thankfully, the man was not hurt and was sent safely to an emergency room. and mental health workers in the state may soon be getting a big
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boost. san francisco senator scott wiener's behavioral health workforce revitalization act passed a committee vote. it would provide money for hiring and performance bonuses for mental health professionals like psychiatrist. and those would include psychiatrist 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, but job openings throughout the state. if you use the google chrome browser, the company's urging you to install new software updates. this comes after google says hackers found and got into some security holes in the software. this problem affects windows mac o s lynn x and other browsers using google code. the announcement also comes as security firms worry about possible russian cyber attacks because of the united states support of ukraine. a new report shows the fbi searched electronic data without a warrant. millions of times last year.
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the report says the fbi conducted as many as 3.4 million searches. a senior fbi official admitted that number may sound large, but the number of americans impacted may not be as large as the number of searches suggests. the report does not state anywhere that the searches were illegal. more than half of all searches were related to an investigation involving russian threats. for your health. this morning, the cdc continues to investigate cases of severe hepatitis in young kids. so far there have been 18 cases reported in at least 4 states with the first cases in the u.s. coming from alabama of those alabama cases. the patients were from different parts of the state. they did not have any contact with each other and all were considered generally healthy with no immune system, weakness or history. other previous covid infection, vomiting and diarrhea were among the most common symptoms among patients, the cdc has issued a health advisory. this
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week. the biden administration 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.
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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. attorney general
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rob bonta is investigating what he calls a global plastic pollution crisis. >> and he's going after exxon mobil. he says the oil and gas company ran a decades long campaign deceiving the public about the harmful environmental effects of plastic. that's despite a warning the company received about those effects in the 1970's bonta says most plastic products which are made from petroleum are not recyclable and end up in landfills or in the ocean. exxonmobil rejected the allegations saying it is working with the public other industries and the state of california to advance recycling. >> and what kind of recycling yesterday's forecast temperatures a little bit more ambitious and those inland spots reaching about 80 will keep those winds will. they're not as intense next week is a springtime week with ups a
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talk to your eczema specialist about dupixent, back to kron. 4 morning news, everybody. good morning. and here's a live shot coming in for you at sfo. no delays happening this morning. so a pretty good start to your day. there. >> and we don't have the fog off towards the background. here's a look at half moon bay looking sweet as well. a lot of folks have been out there all this morning. there are out there at 7 o'clock this morning. but just keep in mind a little bit here that it will be a little cooler along the coast in those inland locations. yeah, i know that's typical. but the inland locations will be really decoupling. watch more. so the contrast in our micro climates checking in there on that front with the temperatures
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changing here in the bay area. they are up in the mountains as well. and as we get warmer, we're looking at melting a little breezy on monday. 55 62 tuesday and wednesday. we start to get into that summer short sleeve shirts kind of thing up in tahoe at 70's. you can see so something to keep in mind there. 50's over most of the board here we got 61, san carlos. the exception also any all coming in at 64 50's over most of the region just in the minor warming pattern. all right. the big picture here now up streaming out another front. you can see it right where the label is. that bring us some scattered clouds tomorrow morning. some breezy conditions and bring the temperatures back down again. so it's going to take our heat pump out of the equation a little bit. it's brief. it's going to move on through. might have some scattered clouds for your morning. our commute. let's watch this here. and the future cast for an uptick. the exciting. but it looks like a a chance of rain know maybe a sprinkle or 2 up in the higher elevations. a little bit more aggressive fog and some of the valley's santa cruz mountains a bit. it
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blows on through and got the onshore winds. lots of sunshine again tomorrow and through tuesday. that's going to be cooling phase monday. then gradually warming tuesday and wednesday for another heat spike. let's jump to those winds because that's what everybody is going to notice on shores. what they are little offshore. it looks like up to napa and solano counties. but boom, we're on shore for this afternoon that sunday. and then as we get into monday with that front passages and you see how pops there might have maybe a statement come out about that for a wind advisory in some selective locations, perhaps. but this is such a brief event. i think not solano county. there's the offshore winds checking in here post the front. very typical. so weeklong just want to run through this real quickly. there isn't much to see, but there's that first front that passes when we see a little temporary high pressure build and then it's back down again with these passages of fronts that looks very suspicious, doesn't on friday. well, i don't think we'll get any rain out of that. but maybe some scattered clouds towards the end of the week. we'll see by next weekend. it's back to
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more sunshine for you and waiting for yet more systems coming in from the pacific. looks like another heats by trying to develop early into the following week. 4 zone forecast. 65 covers a san francisco 50's at the coast. 60's cover us along the peninsula. bayside 69 foster city and lower 70's heading down south to allow to 73 72 redwood city, south bay, mid looks like 77 morgan hill, cupertino. 74 74. also santa clara, east bay shoreline to the south and the lower 70's. 77 for livermore pleasanton 75. so we got those upper 70's for tri valley. getting close to 80, though when you get up or on the carquinez strait. 79 for concord, 74 for richmond, 69 valais hoban. 82 for fairfield. there's the contrast in temperatures. little driver own little winds. 77 sonoma and 79 santa rosa with mid 70's heading down south 70 game plan here. here's the jumping around with temperatures. very typical with spring. we've got about 80 on tuesday climbing to near
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90 wednesday. some scattered clouds thursday. kind of showed you that front there. we're looks like there's some rain there, but we'll see as we finish off the week, another heat high pressure built. we might have temperatures climbing into the following week. our bay temperatures meanwhile, will be into the 70's for it. so enjoy spring as we walk into it. 70. thank you, dave. >> may marks asian pacific american heritage month and the city of san francisco is kicking things off with a vibrant awards and reception ceremony that's open to the public. and here with me now to tell us all about it are organizers called in chiang and rose. thank you so much for joining us on the show today. thank you for having us. you know, so i'm so excited to talk to you guys about this award ceremony reception. it's been around for at least approximately 2 decades now. tell us a bit about the theme and what's planned for this year. we have been around exit the system if teams the same this year boxing community bonds
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>> we hope that through all the programming that this all only bring to get to the 5 ap, i community but also be one to have opportunities and welcome everybody in san francisco to join us in to celebrations. >> that was there a particular inspiration behind the theme this year? >> well, that think this last 2 years to cut that not only ap i committee spent all of my communities of color have being. >> faced with the pandemic. and of course, the ap i community addressing anti-asian hate be just so much negatives. fights for a long time. so i think we see that the with the reopening and with this opportunity offer ap, i'm and it's just really a great time for communities to we clinic. and that's what the community funds is about. this pope bond and getting to know each other. absolutely. so much bonding and healing that really has to take place and rose. i understand that there's also going to be a a cultural procession that it's going to be happening this year as well as usual. yes.
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>> you know, has found that the miss asian global pageant, i have network of >> vast, various asian ethnic communities. yes, and we just insert it. does a coach or possession at the end. everyone loves because it really brings everyone together and putting it together. all the different cultures get to know each other. and there's that bonding, too. so we're so excited to come back again this year for it. and this year we a celebrated fashion runway of choreographers. charleston pierce is going to be choreographing it. that is so exciting. and i've seen some video of the prep recession in the past. >> i was part of the miss asian global pageant as well at one point. yes, and rose and i actually connected years ago. but it is it really is just so beautiful. seeing everyone come out in their cultural outfits and it really gives people a flavor of the diversity of our community. well, thank you very much for giving us this opportunity to speak today. if anybody want to join the coach coach per session, we actually have a rehearsal today at 2 o'clock.
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it at the theater there and the second floor room and it's all walks of life. >> you know, all ages and stuff. and it just really coming together. and i think that's what we need to spread that positive energy. yeah, absolutely. and, you walk us through, you know, the significance of having this event in person this year. >> especially given everything that the asian-american community has been through the last couple of years. >> saying, you know, we have also used to meeting its job on soon faso long. it feels like a lifetime. and now we able to do that in person i think is really precious time. i sing a lot of it. friends and meeting each other for the first time and people starting to really feel comfortable being out there because cisco has been in the forefront of facing off fighting the pandemic. so i think this in-person experience that we do have some program says for show. but i saying that this person to person contact you can't you can't beat it. i mean, part of funding. come
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in. that's the says feeling that person, no fights and moving forward. >> any thoughts to add to that? rosa saw you nodding there. oh, no, i totally agree, you know, after the ceremony, which is >> a bit more solemn, we have this beautiful tasting reception that city hot to an end when just got is we have lot of entertainment and stuff. so. anybody who comes definitely have a great time in. i'm just so excited that now right. you know, what is your message to people who are seeing these attacks on seniors and businesses in chinatown. what can we do as a community to help? >> i think we have been doing what we should, which is to speak up. well, we really encourage everybody to speak up to report cases and most importantly, support each other. a lot to think you to put victims and families the victims. but a community, we really need to come together and that super lining that i see this last couple of the
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community has been going through a lot. but we also really coming together. >> well, yes, flying share about yesterday, the opening of the art center in china town and it's a collaboration of 5 organizations and china town was just really dive yesterday. a wonderful yes, we have just about 10 seconds. so did you want to touch on that real quick about see mac, it's the new building over there on grand avenue in clay street come visit it. we're we're so proud of that. chinatown is coming back. yes, okay. very good. and for the last 5 to find out what to do at doing ap. i want this about website ap asf that oak and register for the event. very thank you so much. clothing chain and rose child information on the upcoming recession is on your screen there and we'll be right back.
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>> high. we're just talking about radio. yeah, because apparently we both our start that, yes, she got her start in radio for younger people. that's not typical anymore than like radio. what's that would have to wait so blown away by that, stephanie? i wow. all right. here's a look at our spring time forecast. we've got a little drop happening monday. what's up with that? it's a front is what it is monday morning might have some scattered clouds to get things started, blah, blah, blah. >> then the winds in the afternoon. look at that stuff. another heat spike yet all
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it's ok to about 90 on wednesday. so yeah, the cooler outfits then and then here comes another front. thursday is just cloud cover. not rain. sorry. and then into the following week, we may have a heat spike. so what all right. so we'll just enjoy the sunshine that wonderful. yes, spring up and call it the coast today. so where you're in breaker? yes, a light jacket. if you're on the that's it for the kron. 4 weekend news. i'm stephanie lynn. >> have a great day. everybody.
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