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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at no. >> good morning. and thanks for waking up with us on monday. at 9 o'clock. i'm daria and i'm james. and on this early morning here. well, not really early anymore. it is a little breezy out there. be ready step out. so you get to get up at 9 o'clock. so look at a possible go wrong. i mean, this is a great day. morning rain. good morning. hey, it's a gusty one out there. so make sure you hold on to your hat. >> because they might just blow away. looking outside right now, the east bay hills, clear skies. but again, really gusty conditions. we do have a wind advisory along the north bay coast. so definitely be cautious if you're in that area. 23 here, miles per hour along the coast there concord in the east bay, 13 miles per hour. and then fairfield. 21
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miles per hour. pretty calm. and the south bay. we've got those cooler conditions for today. however, we're looking at tomorrow and the next day for a warm-up. you won't even believe how warm it's going to get current temperatures outside right now mid to lower 50's across the east bay and south bay vlade. how you're 55, nevada. 61 timber on 53. just how warm is it going to get? well, stick around, dorian. james, back to you. thanks a lot, rhonda. let's take a peek at the church at the traffic. yes, and the bridges it started back up here a little bit at the bay bridge, but still nothing too far out of the ordinary. so give yourself the usual time getting across that span. >> the san mateo bridge, once you're past the toll gates, you're actually moving pretty well. that's what you're seeing on the right-hand side. that's traffic streaming out toward the peninsula. they're past the toll plaza and looks like you're moving at the limit. i like the word streaming because that implies sources bash just sounds painful. this is restaurant. sandra fell bridge to the north. that's growing. yeah,
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you're making your way from. well, though, once you're past the toll plaza logging, yes. how about the golden gate that been a lot zipping zipping? i like it on the golden gate bridge this morning. no worries no problems for according to chp. well, we could have a solution soon to the nurses strike to 5,000 stanford nurses have been on strike could be back on the job this week. yes, they had some big deals reached over the weekend. tentative deals anyway. that could bring this all to a thank yes. so let's check in with kron 4 sarah stinson. she's been following this high. sarah. >> hey there. good morning. the strike is likely over now that the nurses union in sanford hospital system have reached a tentative agreement. the strike lasted the whole week is so this is surely a relief for everyone involved, including patients because a lot of the non-emergency appointments and surgeries were put on hold because of the strike. 5,000 nurses were on that picket line. take a look. i mean, the turnout was huge. they said that they are overworked and underpaid. many
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saying they are burned out from the last 2 years of the pandemic during the strike. other nurses had to come in and fill in for those who are on the picket line. stanford health says after extensive discussions, they reached a tentative agreement on a 3 year contract that supports the nurses, health and ongoing professional development. a federal mediator was used at the bargaining table on thursday and friday to help with negotiations and looks like it worked today. the union should be voting on this contract and they sign it. if everything all goes well, then the plan is to have those nurses on strike back to work by tomorrow. for now, i'm sarah stinson reporting live in the newsroom. back to you. thank you, sarah. >> it's 9, 0, 3, and in san jose, a woman was struck and killed by a car while she was crossing the street. but she was not inside the car. the crosswalk. this happened at the 6.80, interchange between capitol avenue is. so first she was hit by one car and then a second car struck her
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as well. both of the drivers did stay at the scene and they cooperate with the police. the name of the woman who was killed hasn't been released. but we know that she san jose's 28 traffic fatality and 17th pedestrian death of the year. >> things got a little hectic in san francisco over the weekend. this is new video from the citizens app which shows one of several sideshows that broke out early sunday morning in the city. police say they responded to 3 between midnight and 02:00am. this particular one wasn't harrison and main streets. another one broke out of geneva avenue and allegheny. and then the last one was on 13th street and south van ness avenue. police said actually there at that last location. the squad car was vandalized. his vehicles were speeding away from the sideshow. no arrests have been made, but police are still investigating. will update you if they do make >> meanwhile, in the north, a suspected carjacker was caught
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in the nation with more than 60 pounds of marijuana in his possession. we have some pictures here of the vehicle that an automated license plate reader spotted and alerted benicia police to was a stolen plate. officers found the car at a convenience store parking lot when they looked inside. that's when they found. yeah. what you see on your screen, 67 pounds of marijuana all packaged up there. the driver who refused to come out initially was ultimately arrested. turns out he had warrants for his arrest from alameda and solano counties for crimes ranging anywhere from robbery to felony assault. >> time now is 09:00:05am. happening now. the city of pleasanton is in a stage 2 drought alert, which means that. >> you need to save or else or else, you know or else you're going to pay quite a bit more. we have kron four's will tran standing by to explain will. >> reason being is because we are in that ongoing drought like area was talking about. it just occurred to me that if you make coffee in the city of
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pleasanton, your homemade coffee will cost you a little bit more. get this. so before this past weekend, for every 748 gallons of water that you use and that's what they used as a jumping off 0.748 gallons. it cost you $0.18. but because they went from stage one to stage 2. now the same amount of water will cost you $0.65 a gallon or 748 gallons, i should say if you think, well, that's plenty of water will get this well of your family of 3 or 4. and you take showers. of course, you do your dishwasher and all the other things around your house. and if you try to keep green lawn, it's going to cost you not just 3 times a little bit more than 3 times. that amount. so don't be surprised by that. the city of pleasanton, if they don't want you to be surprised all, which is why they're going to send out fliers to you to let you know, in the city of pleasanton. this is what they will be doing and the hope is, of course, for you to conserve even more water because back
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in october that asked people to start pulling back about 15% of their water use. many people did. some did not. of course, that's just human nature. and now they're doing that and get this. they have a couple of other tools that they can reach into the tool box and grabs stages 3, 4. and it's going to be very expensive for that guy's states. 3 for the same amount of water, a $1.39. so that's more than double $0.65. and if that doesn't work, how about $2 and $0.91 for every 748 gallons. hopefully we'll get some rain. it will drive the prices down. but more than likely james the other cities are watching surf. you're watching and you're on. poor pleasanton. don't be surprised. the same tactics as they tend to copy each other will be coming to a neighborhood near i thanks. we'll might have to start. the buddy system could now for showering now.
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>> 9, 0, 7 is a tough baths. millions of people took to the streets across the world on sunday because it was can see them all here demanding better working conditions, better pay celebrating workers and also people coming together from just different walks of life to support each other. and most of the may day marches we haven't seen for 2 years because of the pandemic this year. also, the rallies included many of them a desperate call for world peace with people demanding an end to russia's war on ukraine and some college students got into the act in the bay area to from a day and san francisco. their message was to the biden administration. they want their student debt canceled. coppers gayle ong has their story. >> college students along with union members and activists marched through san francisco's mission district sunday afternoon. coming together in a show of solidarity pushing for higher wages. students are urging the biden administration to any student debt. students are essential workers. a lot of times they end up having to take a lot of jobs. >> to fulfill the tuition that is rising right now. san
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francisco state university student vanessa torres plans to get a second job to cover tuition. everyone is honestly impact when it comes to even though it seemed as an individualized issue. it's your peers yourself, the economy and your community as well. according to the education data initiative, more than 43 million people are burdened by student loan debt nationwide. >> in total that accounts for more than 1.0, 7 trillion dollars in unpaid student loans. president joe biden is considering student loan forgiveness with income caps in to can him too far long. and we are tired and we did. we demand for full student cancellation because it's necessary. and it's the bare minimum. other sf. state students showed up to have their voices heard that that that i've taken on. it's not just my friends have also taken on that for me, my >> my taken my for my youngest sister who just attended semester of college. he's actually taking out loans for
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her. first that i have. have already in crude. a lot of that. >> and it's made it very also, the first person in my family to go to college and that as a result of it being so costly and expensive, the students say they will continue to push president biden and local leaders to bring attention to student debt cancellation. >> in san francisco, gayle ong kron, 4 news. >> 9.10, right now and the worriers are well on their way. they have one win under their belt in the second round of the playoffs. yeah. beating the memphis yesterday came down to the wire. so that was a whole lot of fun. the warriors are on the road fans here in the bay area, many watched from home. but a lot of them want to get together to watch it in person. and taylor bisacky was at the party. >> hundreds of fans gathered out here at thrive city to watch the jets take on and beat the grizzlies. san say the game was a little too close for comfort, but it definitely added to the excitement for this crowd. >> warriors fans fired up after the win against the
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memphis grizzlies in game one of the semifinal showdown going great. >> yes, you can hear my voice is cranky. i mean, it came down to the last second. it a lot of bad calls by the refs today. but, you know, we pulled it out. and i think before that was a game, they did everything they could to take the game and we pulled it hold it out. i am just the latest right now. hundreds of people watch the worriers. take the w at the chase center. thrive city on sunday to watch the boys game one in my family because we want not year and see of the some bear me and we want some grisly me today. >> you know, we're out here with fans, man. we just want to see the wind come back home so we can finish the deal for michelle hernandez. >> the wind felt extra special. my part the warriors won on the first number one gold blooded fans bought a baby now feeling more confident heading into game number 2.
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>> the warriors are back at it again on tuesday at memphis for game number 2 against the grizzlies in the semifinalist in san francisco, taylor fox. 4 news. >> it is 9.11. still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news schools in several bay area counties have actually seen a rise in covid cases going to tell you what they're doing to keep students safe. we'll be right back.
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>> 9.14 right now and we're checking out the weather for you. it's pretty nice behind us. yes, even nicer behind a rain. i mean, i think most of our cameras show pretty conditions. just grab the jacket, rna. exactly. today's a jacket or sweater type of day. you don't want to be without that today, but you don't have to keep it for too long because we start to warm up tomorrow. >> and into wednesday and then gradually cool office. the day goes on. you can see a few trees getting some of that wind talked about. hey, if you're in the north bay along the coast, we have a wind advisory for you here because of the high gusts. so you definitely want to be safe and cautious in that area. winds across the bay area. no rain in the forecast for the next few days. you can see a few clouds passing through currently right now. pretty quiet situation. well, our highs across the bay area today. now, remember, we're cool because of those winds that we're seeing. so nevado mill valley in the north bay mid to lower 60's up in napa valais low 70's out in antioch
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and conquered upper 60's for you live in moore. 68 south bay. 65 morgan hill, 70 and hayward. 63. so today's the cool day of the week and the coolest that we're going to see in the inland 68 and then look at that 80's into 90's on wednesday. that's the day you really want to bust out the ice and the fans in the home. we cool off just a bit thursday. and then friday, saturday, sunday, back down to seasonal averages. our bayshore temperatures. 66 today, mid 70's tuesday, low 80's into wednesday and then 70's until you hit the upper 60's come the weekend along the coast. 56 today and then 60's into tuesday and wednesday, mid to upper 50's there to end out your week. so hey, the map is all over the place in terms of temperatures. as long as you bust out a jacket and then some shorts, you should be good. very good, allen. see how it is. if you're heading over to the bay bridge and it's not too bad. just a little bit of a wait before
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the toll plaza here. the san mateo bridge also hasn't been that bad is moving at the limit. a little lighter now than it was about 30 minutes ago when we checked. also the richmond sit wrists and fell bridge. you do have a little bit of a wait going through the toll plaza there. but not too bad, especially for monday morning. i know the 9 o'clock hour tends to be better for most and the golden gate bridge is no different. usually it's pretty smooth. you do have traffic moving over, but it's a flowing at the limit. time to talk winners and losers on wall street with financial expert rob black. joining us remotely as we take, we're doing these days, robin, the pandemic era. but >> on this monday morning, we're now getting into may. what are you seeing on the markets this morning? it looks a little mixed to me. what do you see? >> makes markets? but it's been an awful year. the nasdaq's down over 20%, which is definitely a bear market. it's a rough patch. april's been. i'm glad it's may not bring better. showers are
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better days ahead. we don't now, but it's mostly confined to the nasdaq. a lot of pain this week. on wednesday, we get fed reserve telling us where mortgage rates going or interest rates, which affect mortgage rates. look for 50% or 50 basis point move on market knows that such to handle it. but i want to be surprised if it's a little bit of a negative reaction. we have the big jobs report on friday. so when the day friday, the big days this week, apple's in the news day because the european union is looking at them in an anti-trust way on the apple pay. so far, apple has been able to negotiate really around the eu. concerns will see that continues. foreclosures are up 132% year to date. but there's still a lot more demand than there is supply. so it's not a story yet, but worthy of keeping an eye on it. and we see that in mind this and mother's day this week, james, my life favorite holidays, cinco de mayo. always a good i always go to you for financial
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device. a lot of people do, too. but i always wonder who does. >> rob, go to when he looks for gauges on the market. and i got imagine warm but it's probably one of them. i know he spoke over the weekend. what did you hear? >> it is big annual meeting for berkshire hathaway. he is my favorite than 25 years ago. i i want to beat him. i wanted to crush a handout to the time you learn that he's the michael jordan of investors. so any time he talks, i listen. he spent more money in the last quarter on stocks and has since 2008, which means he's putting his money where his mouth fine. he hasn't been able to buy for a long time. so this is all very positive stuff. he said that while she's turning a bit of gambling parlor with to me shows on cbc like come about stock options instead of saying own great companies like coca-cola or his toppling own great companies like apple and its own. don't look like you have to trade them all. also often but big ben on oil costs that telling me that he thinks oils could be a problem for the year. we east owns
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activision, which is a stunner to make. it's a video game company that microsoft acquiring owns them because he thinks microsoft acquired them. it's a cheap way to get microsoft so really a smart guy. and he says things like a greedy when others are fearful and be fearful when others are greedy and people are fearful right now, the vix is really high, says lot of fear on wall street. and is it more a buyer? the seller looks like. >> that's one thing i've always found fascinating with him is he's definitely in that, you know, by companies that you love research them by the ones that you love and hold on for a long time. he's the buy and hold kind of guy. i guess he doesn't think to. finally of people are trying to game the system buying selling shorting, trying to, you know, make a quick buck when they wall street that that's tough to do these days. >> he doesn't like or people or by speculation. and his partner, charlie munger, he's 98 years old, looked like a cranky old man this weekend when he basically said robin hood's getting what god god is giving robin what they stocks down 88%. grant grandpa spoken
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upper great grandpa. i guess so. >> all right. and then lastly, talk a bit about netflix. i saw that they had canceled. wasn't megan markle shared an animated series that they kind of dropped is it's still kind of like the side of what they're going to be starting to do now that they're hitting rough patches. >> it's just a sign that everything is maturing and they have to look at their spending this point in time because we can't draw more americans to sign up. they're going to police the business with a password sharing. going to stop celebrities like meghan markle, who let's face it. not exactly looking to for her production we're looking she's made the initial dude who might be king or 6 in line or whatever. is this point in time. so it makes stranger things is coming back this month and it's going to have 30 million dollars per episode budget. wow. this is out of control. millie, bobby brown is good. but 6 years ago she was a nobody and netflix cost of well well that are still spend 18 billion this year. but it's worthy of note. if i want to you know, stranger
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things at ozarks this month, i can get it for months and drop it. yeah. so i've matured to the point of managing it. the next big war is for who gets all the apps like roku has hba you to access to all the apps. and that's not a good thing right now because everyone is going for broke. who does as far as distributors go in the old cablv companies like comcast and charter right there, making a partnership trying to get all of our streaming in our tv cable round 2 is coming up in the streaming wars. it's all a distribution risk on time. it's crazy how things are cyclical. we got away from cable because we didn't want all these bundled channels together half which we >> so we cut the cord, went to streaming in. now we are looking to bundle the streaming services because streaming services because there are to getting too expensive. and comcast even set for their part. yeah, we don't expect cable in your home. we want to use our flex device. >> which is kind like a roku streaming box, you know, access all the content that you want to eat will serve out the ads through all right, rob, thank you as always.
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always a great chat. if you have a topic or a company of like rob, too. >> talk about let him know facebook, twitter. you can see how to get a hold on there. you can also e-mail him directly at robert, rob black
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this morning we get to see more of the mother daughter duo, the judds. >> and how they've made a mark on country music. rudabeh shahbazi has more. >> a somber tune being some to at the news of the passing of one half of the iconic country duo, the you think it's >> it's >> the daughters of naomi judge winona and ashley judd saying they've experienced a tragedy losing their mother to mental illness born diana. ellen judge in ashland, kentucky, naomi judd worked as a nurse in nashville when she and winona started singing together professionally blending elements of acoustic music bluegrass and blues made them stand out in the country music genre at the time.
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>> to stay. >> some of the judge hits, including love can build a bridge. mama. he's crazy. doubt. >> and rockin with the rhythm of the rain. their fan base grew over time during a career that spanned nearly 3 decades. i know that the reason i'm alive and well and in doing so well is because of my faith in the lord and because of the support from the fans and news of naomi judd's death comes at a difficult time. the judge were to be inducted into the country music hall of fame. they just announced an arena tour beginning in the fall. their first tour together in over a decade. >> i feel like i'm being kind. they're telling me that i get to give back. and saying one one in a used to these in the now. singer in the business. i
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>> right now and we want to take a peek at the weather and then we'll look at traffic for you on a monday morning. things have been pretty smooth sailing, good for sailing. yeah, the wind, the wind. absolutely. and then tomorrow wednesday, i guess. rana, good for the yeah. you can get a little bit of everything done. you could sell today potentially. >> and then just relax outside in the sun. maybe go on a hike in the early morning hours tomorrow because of how warm it's going to get a live look outside right now. clear skies. you can see along the east bay hills, no rain in the forecast, dry conditions. but a lot of when you see here and the city, 23 miles per hour. wind gusts also along the north coast. we've got some gusty winds and a wind advisory in place there. so be cautious. 14 miles an hour up in napa fairfield. so you've got those conditions out there that are contributing to that cooldown that we're filling current temperatures outside right now. mid 50's in the south palo alto, san jose morgan hill, east bay mid 50's as well for you. they're out in pittsburgh. 59. but with 60
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along the coast there mid to lower 50's. so we're tracking that 7 day. we'll have a look at that coming up in just a moment. governor james, thanks a lot. and let's take a peek at just a couple of bridges. oh, my god. everybody that work or home, they're done. they're they're the usual. the experience here at 9 o'clock, it clears out of the bay bridge. that is a nice ride. and then the san mateo bridge. >> just for another check, which is pretty nice here, too. we don't need to look at the other bridges because, you know, they're fine. if they weren't we delhi. ah, 9.32, we do want know about a new covid variant that starting to show up in california. yeah. doctors say it could make a half of all new cases in just a matter of days with crawford's amanda hari with a closer look. >> it's related to omicron. it's kind of becoming more dominant. so it's estimated to be about 80% of cases on the u.s. a few weeks ago. you could only find the omicron variant ba 12002.1 in the northeast. now it's all over the country. it's about 25%
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more transmissible, then even be a 2, which is itself anywhere from 30 to 80% more transmissible than ba one ucsf infectious disease specialist doctor peter chin. hong says he's not too concerned for people with healthy immune systems because so many of them have built-up antibodies to the original strain of omicron definitely helped us because from the body's perspective, it all kind of looks omicron to the body and the body's immune system. he says all these subvariants popping up one after another is actually the best case scenario. they coming one after the other very, very quickly. if there was a pause of even a few months, it it could mean that people's immunity might have leaned a little bit before that. second, a new subvariant, but he says everyone should be in a state of readiness for the next major variant californians over the age of 50 are now able to get a 4th shot. but the public health
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department says only 15% of eligible people have done it. doctor chin-hong says not everyone needs to run out and get it but it may be beneficial for those with weaker immune systems or older. if you were above 65, i think it would probably be a good idea. >> in the east bay covid-19 cases have more than tripled at berkeley unified schools in just a week's time. put in perspective. listen to this. a week ago, they had just 29 cases as of last thursday. they had 91 berkeley unified, says that they're also seeing cases among their sports teams. and they're pointing to some factors, including the loosening of mask restrictions as to why the district does plan to pass out more home covid tests as a way to combat this. >> say are already seeing a spike in covid cases. marin county health officials advising students and staff to take extra precautions. the problem they think is because everybody is coming back from spring break and they probably had some big indoor
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gatherings. they know they have proms. a lot of kids were wearing masks at those health officials say they're not surprised by this uptick in cases. >> you know, the end of the school year, we've got graduation problems with that social gatherings. those things we're also seeing increased transmission across the bay area and in marin county, associate with the, you know, the ba 2 variant. >> school officials continue to talk about how to get those covid numbers better under control. one option is to require proof of negative. same day antigen test before any big indoor events and requiring masks is another idea. the fda has set dates in june to review vaccines for the littlest kids. children under 5. they're going to look at the moderna and pfizer vaccines for the little ones, including babies as young as 6 months right now, kids 5 and older can get the pfizer vaccine. but the younger ones can't. they're going to be some more public meetings on this in the coming weeks as well. >> well, we have some good news for fans of the garlic
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festival in gilroy that have been canceled. looks like there might be a way for a garlic festival, right? come back play. >> in volley, asparagus, somehow 2 things that some people either love or say they don't agree with. and many times it's the smell a cropper. sarah stinson is live in the newsroom with more on that ice era uno morning. i've been talking about asparagus and garlic couldn't own organizers of the san joaquin county asparagus festival have announced. >> that they want to hold their own garlic festival and they plan on doing so. this year we spoke with an organizer this morning who says he's going to give us more details on thursday. but this is a separate event from the one in gilroy. there was some confusion, though, over a post with this announcement on facebook. it's on your screen. the asparagus festival organizers wrote saying we heard the extremely sad news about the goa garlic festival and we couldn't let that happen. then a study group runs this asparagus festival in says they're thrilled to announce they'll be hosting
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the garlic festival this year. however, gilroy garlic festival organizers and partners say they did not receive any information. no heads up about this new festival and that it's not associated with them in any way. the gilroy garlic festival has been around for 42 years. we talked with one of the gilroy garlic festival partners who says this announcement really caught him off guard. >> i woke up, i think exact article quote, is doing garlic festival back on after being canceled. and so we will get to that in a lot of members of the community were shocked and confused by this up to and including members of the eu regarding festival association. their past president and current president members of my family and my company. and none of us have been a poor nation with this we never heard of them. >> the festival board announced the cancellation of the annual festival a little over a week ago citing lingering financial issues from the pandemic, along with insurance requirements by the
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city costing millions of dollars in 2019, a mass shooting happened at the festival and in twenty-twenty was canceled due to the pandemic. and then last year it was a drive-thru event. so people devastated to hear that it was canceled indefinitely. started to hear about this new host in this new festival and they got excited to hear that at least something will be happening with garlic this year. but clearly it's not what we've seen in years past. we don't even know where when, how it's going to be run. so again, that information is going to be released on thursday. for now, i'm sarah stinson reporting live in the newsroom. back to you. we look forward to those >> it is 9.38. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. no draymond green turns out no problem for years taking game one of their series against the grizzlies. we've got kylen mills with highlights and mills with highlights and reaction coming up. ♪ ♪
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>> 41 and you want to work out. there's an app for that. there is no you have to do the that the app will help. yeah, it wasn't a the workout form now and so and how much are those baseball cards of the garage really worth? well, there turns out there's an app that can tell you right away and then you'd sell. i'm rich demuro takes a look in the tech smart report. >> personal training want reserved for the rich and famous now affordable and available to everyone through an app called hip train. one of the advantages you've got professional was trained on how the human body works.
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helping you accomplish your goals. the price tag. just $7 for a 30 minute session. $14 for a full hour of one-on-one instruction. get world class personal trainer may be on the that put together your workout plan based on your goals. don't come to rest on the record for me and right on site. the first week is free and you always get the same trainer to hold their phone. really close your present. while looking at a text you start pulling it becomes readable icu's. my reader number app helps you figure out which reading glasses to get all of us notices problem. i'm at a restaurant. it's called presbyopia and mostly starts after age 40, the telltale sign menus. get tougher to read in low light. the $3 app does a quick vision test using augmented-reality this really solve the problem of do you need it and what power do you need? that works best for you. finally collects is an app that lets you scan sports cards to see how much they're worth. we were like
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really struggling to find the prices for developed by a new jersey father and son. the app reveals average prices in seconds on baseball, football and basketball cards. people a lot of faces from we calculate average so that usually based on the last 10 transactions within the last 6 months come not included. i really like this. i'm going through the pack and then finding that good player. and you're like, oh, my god, so cool.
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now, as the "dad cab", it's my cue to help protect them. embrace this phase. help protect them in the next. ask their doctor about hpv vaccination today. >> 9.45 right now and talk about the weather and sort of like the sleeve level i could go on today. yeah. it's going to be the sleeve alert. and then like tomorrow, the next day, the next day by wednesday shorts, sleeveless tank tops for sure for sure was shorts, could get that warm talking about potential 90 degree weather by wet like wednesday. you not to quiz you. the first was. so you're driving today? yeah. we talked about the winds. yeah. i love going back in for it wasn't too bad for me coming across the bridges. but i know there's been like wind advisories at like the ultimate pass and sign other places. so asked the careful it'sia gusty one out there, especially if you're along the north bay coast. we have a wind advisory in place there. you can see in the city right now the winds are blowing our
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trees back and forth or transamerica pyramid behind us again, the winds are on tap for today. it's tomorrow. we start to get a break and conditions warm up and then we're just looking and focusing on the heat tomorrow into wednesday. a live look outside at our radar currently. and you can see a few clouds passing through the bay area. just scattered clouds, no ground level. dense fog for you out there. so as you're planning the day, just how warm is it going to not as warm as we're going to see tomorrow into wednesday? look at this 70's and the late helen napa mid 60's in oakland. conquer your at 68 livermore. 68 aniak there in the south bay. you're seeing less winds about 70 degrees for your temperature of times. you're highs along the coast mid to lower 50's and san francisco. 61 the final year at 69 today. we're live starting at 68. but look at this. we grew jumped dramatically from the upper 60's to the 80's in just a matter of 24 hours. but we don't stay in the 80's. we continue warming up into
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wednesday. the low 90's and then 80's back on the map. it's not until the weekend until we start to cool down again today. so again, the coolest day of our week today. so please definitely take advantage of the cool temperatures were seen and get ready for that warm up tomorrow. bay shore, mid 60's. 75 tuesday. 83 into wednesday. that cool off arrives into thursday and consistently cools us down and along the coast upper to mid 50's 60's. as you're planning your week. so all over the place. but just a typical bay area week for a starry and james. all right. thank you. let's take a look at it's a typical commute from well, i think it looks friday. ash at the richmond fell bridge. the approach here looks pretty good. i mean, you definitely a company because people are working, but it's not as bad as it was earlier this morning. and we're going to just check the golden gate bridge to and this one is really quieted down as well. so you commute should be pretty good right now. those clouds are going to clear thanks to the wind, i guess to, you know, of the clouds
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and then like rana said, just be ready for a warm middle of the week 9.48. is the time. let's talk sports couple things. we have the warriors clinching game one against the grid. look, grizzlies. >> the bay area baseball teams struggled a little bit over the weekend, but we'll see where it back to the warriors. yeah, all about the playoffs covers. callan mill starts with that. >> the warriors hit the road for game one of the western conference semifinals up against the memphis grizzly scene that took a 3 out of their 4 regular season meetings. however, the dubs were rocking and rolling as elvis would say. i'm all shook up after watching this one lets it out to beale street to see what went down. a highly anticipated matchup between 2 of the nba's most electric point guards in steph curry and the young star john morant early in the first words guard gary payton. the second got his first career playoff. start. that's how you make the most of it. how about that dunk puts desmond bane to bed worst. go up to one minute to go in the second. the worst. looking for a stop. draymond green gets a scuffle down low.
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he is called for a fall not just any fall. brandon clarke, it was ruled a flagrant 2. he catches clark's face and gets a handful of his jersey. green is ejected before halftime of a one point game. a lot of fans, analysts and other players questioning this call. greene doesn't exit quietly either. it appears he's trying to get the guys going on his way to the locker room and the worst have to move on from their final moments of the half. memphis gets out in transition morant flies in for the alley-oop. his pops there get height. they kept showing shots of him. grizzlies up 6 of the break. more aunt says don't mess with me. early in the 3rd curry gets the ball back from jordan pulled from the corner splash and he gets fall worst. take a three-point lead. curry finished with 24 in the game later in the 3rd was a pool party. check this out following download the kick out to j p 3. another splash. the slash cousin or the 3rd splash brother. it's looking like the ups take a five-point lead. call it a career playoff-high. 31 points
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off the bench. this game came down to the final minute, though. 39 seconds left. klay thompson knocks down the trade for the dubs up by one warriors possession. >> was critical. 6.7 left thompson could have iced the game with 2 free throws misses both. the ball gets deflected out of bounds. ref's call a jump ball, meaning grizzlies possession. the 3.6 left memphis could win it there. but no incredible different fence from none other than klay thompson who shuts down rant. the worst take game one in memphis. dream on the street. clothes, sunglasses, devon up his teammates as they exit the he is just an absolute by their warriors win one, 17, one, 16 game 2 is tuesday in memphis. head coach steve kerr was asked if the team played angry after the green ejection wins one. i don't know that we are angry. i just thought we were determined you know, we we knew that was a tough break. that didn't go our way. and
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we're all kind of shocked by the we were confident and determined and the guys stayed with it and i thought the way we started, the 3rd quarter was really important. >> on to some baseball, dan thorn, big baseball guy. giants hosting the nationals in a sunday matinee at oracle park. washington jumps jumped out to lead off the bat suit. i did there. nats outfielder yonny hernandez want to line that up. the middle 2 runs score a 5 run first inning for washington. hernandez had 3 hits and 5 rbi on the day. giants fall 11 5, they lose 2 of 3 to the nationals. san francisco heads to la for a two-game set against the dodgers starting on tuesday. the a's trying to salvage a game in their series against the guardian's top of 3rd bases loaded for cleveland. friend mill rate as goes the other way to right. 2 runs come into score part of a four-run 3rd for the guardians a's lose 7, 3, they get swept
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in 3 games by cleveland. it's the guardian's first sweep in oakland in 22 years. >> but back to the words. i don't think i want a hug from draymond because it looks >> when you when he goes in for that hard hug. but is he don't even lo why hide your skin if dupixent has your moderate-to-severe eczema, or atopic dermatitis under control? hide my skin? not me. because dupixent targets a root cause of eczema,
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with a preview. hi, noel. good morning, daria. the gilroy garlic festival seems to be returning. we're still waiting to hear from the association. we're going to keep following up on that all day long. so a lot of people happy to hear that news. plus, coming up during our noon newscast out of state women are in fact, traveling to california for safe abortions. a santa clara county supervisor says they need more money to handle that influx to catch a little bit more on that request in to get real-time updates on locat and national headlines all day long. grab your phone scanned the qr code that you see on your screen. it's going take you straight to rob searcy can download kron on for free. back to you guys. oh, my gosh. you guys don't forget mother's day is this sunday. that is game. so i candy. okay. you're and rainbows are my favorite. i 84% of americans will be celebrating mother's day and spending a whole lot of money doing it apparently and the other 25% are in time out. well, the retail federation
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says 32 billion dollars is what they're expecting. people spend nationwide. alright, lot of money. let's take a peek at the forecast before we go >> it's going to get hot later school today. yeah, it's a nice one for mom this week. if she likes eat yellow said it falls on sunday, right? yeah. cool. down into the weekend. >> thankfully just in time for mom, which homemade cards. got to tell you right now, i i like the home few miles up the doctor will be in to see you shortly. ♪ hi. [ chuckles ] when you see things differently, you can be the difference. capella university looks at education differently.
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