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definitely not going to be quite a good picnic day as we've been talking about on sunday and today, even it's a kind of a rough start. rain, a little cool. a little fog out there. yeah, a little rough start. and like all the moms out others in your life. >> happy pre mother's day. we're looking out of the golden gate bridge right now. you can see that dense fog had a lot of people have experienced traveling this morning. so take your time. low beams. if you do run into a patch of fog, we've got clouds across much of the bay area right now and patches of fog. so you're going to see that if you do have anything planned today, make sure you factor that in mind. current temperatures outside right now we're starting to warm up a little bit. so 60's now across the map, oakland out in alameda concord, 62, nevada, 61, fairfax, 59. we'll have a look at that. 7 day. you need to have a plan for mom. that's coming up soon. daria, back to you. ok, let's take a peek at the commute, which has been a breeze. just look at how wonderful it is that the bay
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bridge, this is the kind of come you were just you just want to drive it back and forth. if it weren't for having to pay for it. just because there's nobody your way, which is so rare right friday light, ridge friday light also looking very good here. it's not even to foggy. i mean, yeah, you have clouds, but >> you can see pretty well. and the switch was sarah fell. bridge is also been a very clear spot. traffic wise. it's clear as well. it's the golden gate bridge that is really socked in and pretty heavy to. as you can see, southbound 1 one through moran. and then you've got a lot of company on that foggy golden gate bridge deck. there's some good news for people who are commuting in and out of the south bay bar just got the green light to start an expansion into santa clara county. the vta board of directors approving the money for construction in phase one. com for sarah stinson is live with more. hi, sarah. >> daria, that's right. once this project is complete, it's going to take a lot to get there. but we just got the
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green light to get this ball going. once it gets going. we will see people finally be able to go from san francisco down to san jose and then to santa clara. this is going to be a major transportation upgrade. a huge public transit upgrade for the bay area. getting people in major cities and be able to take bart. it's going to help them financially. it's good for the environment. will hear more from the vta about the benefits and a little bit. but let's take a look at the renderings from this project. you can see what they are building. this is a huge project with a lot of moving parts. the first phase of this project was completed in 2020 with an extension of our trains going from milpitas to san jose's beer. yes, a neighborhood. the second phase is building a six-mile long synching from various a bar to downtown san jose and santa clara yesterday. the vta board unanimously approved 235 million dollars to get the second phase started. a company has been hired to do the prep work for the tunnels and track or entire project is
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projected to cost 7 billion dollars. let's hear now from all the benefits of this. ns >> project sign a wise is having a rail system during the entire bay area. so you can circle the entire bay. now the it connects downtown san jose to the other 2 large cities in the bay area, oakland and san francisco. it connects employers to more employees and employees to more jobs. it is a environmentally friendly solution to mobility and an alternative to the current mode that we've all been using in our private automobiles. >> and the plan is to have this project completed by 2030, 2031 sometime between then it's going to be a lot of work until then. they have got to get through each in every phase. but this is certainly a step in the right direction. daria, it will be great to see people, you know, taking bart
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from san francisco, oakland and finally getting down to the south bay. i'm sarah stinson reporting live in san francisco. send it back to you darya. all right. it's going to take a while, but it will be great sunday. thank you, sarah. >> it's 9, 0, 3, right now. and this just in 4 people were injured in a crash. you can see this car when off of a cliff near the sutro baths. and this is on san francisco's a far west side. it happened just earlier this morning. the fire department tweeted out these photos pretty dramatic. look at it. halfway down the cliff. there. they don't know how far that are fast that the car was going. but it's about 30 to 40 feet far yards down the cliff, 30, 40 feet down and just perch there. it's actually ended up being kind of buried are stuck in the sand. it happened at 3 in the morning. so in darkness and now you can it's light out but foggy. and this is the look that we have this accident. 2 people are in critical condition. the other 2 not as severely injured, which is
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pretty amazing that it was able to stop before crashing all the way down so far down. look at that so we'll have much more on that story as we get developments throughout the day. another developing story this morning. a last ditch effort to save abortion rights is happening at the capitol. and the supreme court is stepping up security. hannah brandt is in dc with the latest. >> the senate is planning to vote next week on a bill that would guarantee abortion access. but right now it seems doomed to fail because democrats don't have the support they need to actually pass it. >> fear and anger over the expected reversal of roe versus wade is driving a push from democratic lawmakers. this is a life or death moment and we need to fight like it is. senator kirsten gillibrand is one of the many democrats supporting the effort to codify roe versus wade into law. the democrats would need 60 votes in the senate to make it happen and they don't have that. despite that senate leader chuck schumer says the vote still has a purpose how each senator votes, which side
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are you on? you can't duck it anymore. the heat surrounding the issue has prompted high fences to be put up around the supreme court. and senator john cornyn has introduced a bill to enhance security for the justices. the justices have been villain eyes and subjected to violent threats. people with even publish their home address so they could show up in protest. democrats accuse republicans of bringing up other issues as a distraction from what's really at stake, taking away the rights. >> of over 100 million women and saying the leak is more important. give me a break. but senator john thune says that's not true. i'm proud. to defend the right to life. and i know my colleagues are as well. i think most of us have refrain from commenting because we don't yet truly know the outcome. senator mazie hirono feels their stance sends a clear message. fundamentally republicans don't give a rip about women. senate leader schumer did say the vote is only the first piece of democrats efforts on this issue, but he didn't lay
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out a plan for what they'll do next. if the vote fails like expected in washington, i'm hannah brandt. >> and there have been protests continuing about the u.s. supreme court, a late decision. and the latest protest you're looking at here is in the south bay, demonstrators marching down santana row to show their support for reproductive rights. and also today, congresswoman anna eshoo and zoe lofgren are going to be in the bay area talking about that draft supreme court opinion overturning roe v wade. they're going to hold a news conference in mountain view and they are calling on the senate to pass the women's health protection act, which would turn the right to an abortion into law. that news conference is set for 11, 15 this morning. happening today, the city college of san francisco board of trustees votes on more than 200 faculty layoffs. this comes after 11 protesters were arrested for civil disobedience participating in a camp out at the cars share this video from the campus of what happened.
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san francisco police tell us they responded to city college around 04:30pm, in the afternoon yesterday. and there were several protesters there involving a not only students, but staff and union members. we in the north bay, 2 people were found dead in a home in santa rosa. it was a shooting. it happened on ashton avenue near the sonoma county fairgrounds. and this is pictures from the scene is a picture of the police response to that home when they went inside, there had been 2 people with gunshot wounds. a handgun was found in the home. it's the 5th homicide of the year in santa rosa. well, no word yet on the motive or circumstances surrounding the shooting. in the east and conquer teacher now faces multiple felony and misdemeanor charges accused of inappropriate acts with minors. sixty-year-old deann walker last taught at pine hollow middle school. the mount diablo unified school district says that it learned about complaints from students against walker in march. he
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was placed on leave during an investigation right now. he's in the contra costa county jail. and the school district says that he's not allowed to return to the class right now and they're working on permanently ending its contract with the school. happening now, police are looking for this missing teenager from fresno and they're asking for the public's help. they think that she could be in oakland or she might be in the state of georgia. 14 year-old lacy gerais was reported as a runaway from her home in fresno on april. 2nd, police say the teenager has a history of mental illness and also a history of running away. but they believe that she may have become a victim of human trafficking in this case, lacey is described as 5 foot 220 pounds and she has a piercing on the left side of her nose. today. east bay congressman eric swalwell is going to be in san francisco meeting with the fbi to talk about how to crack down on retail theft rings. swalwell is calling on u.s. attorney general merrick garland and the director of the fbi to get
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involved and work with state and local law enforcement and stop these crimes from happening a recent survey shows 75% of retailers have seen increase in thefts since 2020 after me to the fbi swallows going hold a news conference in front of the federal building in san francisco. and we'll be staying tuned for that is supposed to happen at 10, 30 this morning. want to give you the latest on covid news now. the u.s. is averaging about 53,000 new cases of covid every day and that numbers more than doubled in the past month in california, we're averaging almost 5,000 new cases a day according to the cdc, all 9 bay area counties currently have a high rate of transmission. there is some good news, hospitalizations deaths. those are near record lows on average 13 people are dying every day in california from covid. if you think you have covid there's a place you can get tested and treated at the same time. they are called
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free test to treat sites in the popping up around the country, including in the bay area. i'll show you one in a second to support federal program launched by the biden administration. it's one-stop shopping and the point is to help communities fight covid. so in the bay area, this one test to treat site just opened at the college of san mateo. if you go there and you test positive, then they'll evaluate you and possibly offer you the drug paxlovid which has been proven to be affective in preventing severe cases of covid. the medication is suitable for people over 50. and people who have health issues. san mateo county health officials say that we are seeing more covid cases and people need to know their options. the likelihood that you're going to be infected is higher. >> and if you're at risk for severe disease, talk to your doctor and if you don't have a doctor come to a test to treat site whether it's a retail pharmacy or one of these
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community locations. if you want to go that location, college of san mateo, they're offering walk-ins and appointments. >> and for information on that, you can go to our website at kron 4 dot com. >> 9.11 and still ahead, we'll still ahead of us as the fire season, which they expect officials say to be one of the worst, if not the worst.
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and with california facing its 3rd year of extreme drought. fire officials say that this could be one of the worst fire seasons ever. >> kron four's terisa stasio has more. november 2018 paradise, california. the camp fire killed. 85 people level close to 19,000 homes and structures. >> and charred nearly 154,000 acres. cal fire officials say that it is still the most destructive fire in california history. now approaching the peak of fire season. fire officials say that they have some very deep concerns about what is around the corner. >> aware of what's going on. we're a month into a pretty profound drought. so we're the normal precipitation that we may get. and that showing that we have the possibility of having above normal fire season when it goes activity just due to those weather and fuel conditions. robert
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foxworthy of cal fire says since the camp fire, the destruction has accelerated. >> for example, last year's dixie fire stretched into 5 counties and burned 1400 structures. usually it's very difficult to when we'll get those fire starts. but i can tell you with the conditions we have now. >> they are setting up possibly start sooner versus later. foxworthy says that crews are assembling now getting ready to fight hiring is on the rise and more equipment such as >> special air units are in position to do get the dispatches to any of these fires. we throw everything out and try to get it stopped as and as small as possible. this week marks wildfire preparedness week, he says officials are touring the state to drive home the message to prepare now. >> just in case this is why we get out there now and try to impart on the public that now is the time to take those steps. >> to make your home and your
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family a safer and more survivable in a wildfire. >> to recess to kron, 4 news, something that we all have to think about. so make sure you have a plan. 9.16, is the time right now and get a look at the weather. there's no rain in the forecast. just some fog this morning ran a yeah. a lot of fog out. there are going to get bridge behind me playing peek-a-boo. and you look close enough, you could kind of see it. and that's what visibilities been like for most of the morning. also, a lot of you encountered. >> some precipitation, very light on your drive into work this morning. so conditions may still be slick out there. in addition to those pockets of fog, take your time as you're traveling. we have some onshore wind. that school is down for the week. so again, plan ahead for mother's day. things are going to be a little cool for mom and grandma. our high temperatures for today. 74 cocker livermore out in antioch, novato north bay. 69 napa, you're at 70 well along the coast. 59 in half moon bay and down in the south bay. if you're looking at san jose in morgan hill,
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your in the mid to upper 70's that 7 day forecast for us. look at that. 74 today. and then mostly sunny tomorrow. and then that's when we get some more clouds, a role in on mother's day. a little cool. 63 for us inland along the mother's day and along the coast, 50's for most of the week. daria, back to you. mother's day becomes like a. >> i don't know. indoor were for meyer. play map. movie. >> all right. taking a look here. a drive and over the bay bridge just because you can, because there's no traffic that be i want to spend mother's day that we don't get me that kids a san mateo looking pretty good here. traffic is moving very easily at this fee limit. no trouble for you. there. richmond center fell bridge. the traffic is very light in that direction, too. the sticking point has been the golden gate bridge for marine county into san francisco has been slow and a difficult ride. i think
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people maybe there is going slowly as well just because of the fog. but there's a pretty steady stream that's, you know, on traffic for the golden gate bridge at this hour. 9.18 right now and if you are looking for something to do this weekend, maybe take mom to a movie. dean richards takes a look at the big one. >> after the massive success of spider-man, no way home earlier this year. marvel is hoping to match that success with their latest doctor. strange in the multiverse of madness. you've seen benedict cumberbatch wielding that magic cape as the charming smart, alec doctor and several marvel adventures before including his own doctor. strange in 2016. now he's out to protect a young woman who has the power to travel between dimensions, former avenger wanda maximoff a k a the scarlet witch played by
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elizabeth olsen wants to steal those powers from the girl to dominate the world, causing strange trip through many a parallel multiverse to try to save her at its core multiverse of madness has everything you'd expect from a popcorn marvel offering good guys and bad guys. creatures a moral code, lots of colors and spectacle. what this also has as an overload of it all from director sam raimi who returns to the marvel stable with a full bag of tricks that he used in the first 3 spiderman movies and also to evil dead movies among others. the effects and the visuals are used to the point of being distracting. it felt like he wanted to be innovative. billy groundbreaking like christopher nolan's inception. only it just felt like a copy. a little would have been a lot more movie is part pop, but also partly dark. it does succeed in moving the doctor. strange story forward guarantee more in the future. maybe because the characters
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aren't is instantly as likable as other marvel characters. it just doesn't have the warmth. the made no way home. one of the biggest box office hits of all time in less than 6 months, even with some funds surprise cameos along the way. i give this one a dean's list b minus its in theaters. only. >> hope you have a great weekend in chicago. i'm dean richards. >> too much action. i think i'll take the nap. the survey of moms, fines they want to now for mother's day. by the now app. how app? there's a new app watching in the bay area where you can have your very own bodyguard will have you how it works. we'll explain the details in a minute.
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hey you two, go outside and play. of your master's degree. ♪ ♪ create a season full of playfulness. your happiest spring starts at lowe's. oakland mayor libby schaff announces a plan to make sure that all students in the city have access to high-speed internet. >> the city has put together a 12 million dollar plan to ensure that all students have access 2 home computer and tech support. and the city is announcing a plan to increase broadband access across the city as well. house speaker nancy pelosi was in san francisco celebrating the grand opening of the affordable housing project called cass the island today she joined mayor london breed and community leaders in front of the new 143 unit apartment building on 16th street in the
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mission district. speaker pelosi credited president biden for the funding >> last year, the house democrats passed to start the 24 billion dollars for housing which would be the largest expansion in case and 228,004 28,000 affordable housing. >> you think california? >> and i cannot wait until we continue to cut the ribbons purchase these properties and get these homes built. so the san francisco truly remains a place for all. >> mayor breed also said this building allows families to stay rooted in their community while providing critical on-site services. >> coming up after the break, oakland police officers break up a sideshow overnight. just ahead, what officers say they're doing to stop the illegal activity. 9.20, right
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now and we're checking out the weather and it looks like it's going to be a pretty nice day. good morning. that's right. it's always a state of mind. a pretty nice day, even on a foggy cloudy, cold day. >> it just has to start with you live. look outside of the golden gate bridge. you can see fog. a lot of folks have
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on jackets outside. definitely a jacket kind of day for you. see those clouds blanketing much of the bay area. we even had some light precipitation this morning as you're on your way to work or school, you probably noticed it. current temperatures outside right now 60's in the south bay. 62 and alameda oakland, 60 up in fairfax, 60. there, nevada. you're at 61 and petaluma. 57. we'll have a look at that 7 day. so you can plan your weekend. coming up in a few minutes. tara, back to you. all right. it is a nice day of the bay bridge. it has been all morning nice and light. such an easy ride. so there's got to be a benefit to having a little work on a friday night. and then let's take a look at the san mateo bridge, which is also an easy ride, 40 westbound 90 to the right hand side is the commute direction. but you can see is pretty equal on both sides. so very light commute for you there. richmond center fell bridge, not a problem at all. yet many car links between you and the guy and funny or the woman in front of you. she's a really good driver. and then the
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golden gate bridge has not been gold. and this is the problem is just it's a lot of traffic. i mean, is moving and everything. but i think it's moving slowly through marine one. 0, one southbound into the bridge here because we're seeing clusters of cars and it's not like there's a backup or anything. but i think with the fog, it's slowing people down new this morning, oakland police broke of a big sideshow last night told several dozen cars away that were involved in the illegal activity in kron fours. camila barco is following that from the newsroom. good morning. camila. good morning, deiah. so yeah, we've heard of these sideshows and oakland police officers say. >> it's a problem that they keep on tackling overnight. officers had several dozen cars towed after the drivers participated in illegal sideshow activity. here's a few pictures of the cars they impounded after officers say that they were participating in a sideshow. now we don't have the details about the incident. but officers say that this violent, disruptive and illegal behavior will not be tolerated. they say sideshows are reckless and
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unsafe and they normally lead to vandalism. property damage, physical assaults, gun fires and injuries. for example, about 3 weeks ago, officers arrested one person after they say that person punched an officer in the face during a sideshow in march, one man died following a sideshow that involved 600 cars. police say each weekend officers are out there deterring and enforcing these illegal sideshows and even after they have ended, they still continue with their criminal investigation. officers are following up on the people who are at the seams. they say they will go to their homes and tow the cars that take part and that lee illegal activity and diet with the weekend, almost hero officers will once again be shutting down any illegal sideshows that they see. but they still ask for the public's help. so if anyone happens to see any of the sideshows, they ask that you call police deiah back to you. thank you. camila. >> it's 9.31 and happening
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now, oakland police are looking for a car they think is connected to a deadly stabbing. let's take a look at the car right away and are looking for this car after the stabbing. that happened last sunday morning, which was on lakeshore avenue. the car is a gray honda civic. this is actually the car that they're looking for to see the sun roof. and then that fading the faded paint on the roof, a reward of $10,000 is being offered for information that leads to an arrest in the case where somebody stabbed a person and the person was taken to the hospital. the victim died. it's 9.32, in violence at a middle school in san francisco said the boy to the hospital and now parents and faculty are scrambling to look at safety conference. has made you has more? >> a 13 year-old boy was hospitalized with serious injuries after being involved in a physical altercation with happened monday at around it's scary. you know something like
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that happen. we are really very concerned about the safety of our students so that every middle school parents say that some students have been more aggressive after returning to campus in the wake of the pandemic. and i've seen difference type of behaviors ever covid started. add to that, the co chair of the everett middle school ptsa says a lack of full-time teachers also plays a role in student behavior. so i just you know, i'm just taking my kid out of those classes and a time because i don't want him to be. >> in environment that is risky with not. >> that can help. >> well, thursday, the principal sent a letter to the everett school community addressing these issues. it reads in part, quote, as we know, there has been an alarming an urgent rise in mental health concerns and behavioral incidents since the start of the pandemic. not just everett but across our district and our country. in addition, we are facing challenges such as staffing shortages due to a high number
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of unpredictable staff absences for a variety of reasons, including becoming sick with covid-19. this exacerbates the challenges that urban public schools have faced for a long time challenges that are rooted in societal issues that we must address together in community. this is not a story that many in the media will report, but this more nuanced complicated story provides the context for the situation in which we find ourselves and by collaborating with one another. we can change this reality that cool. >> the issue is that many schools need resources and many schools feel unsafe. >> former sfu as the teacher and former san francisco board of education commissioner allison collins says the district act including resolution pass during her tenure on the school board would help a comprehensive assessments. >> of support services in schools. what are the needs that students have as far as social workers, school nurses, security staff, which keep kids safe, they're
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professionals, all of those resources, those school board unanimously voted on >> hasn't let you run for news. >> its 9.34 there was a terrible accident in the south bay where a construction worker, a contractor ended up killed. a truck was backing into a driveway in a home under construction in san jose. they were doing some work. you can see on the front there. it was about 8 in the morning. yesterday. this house is on near willow. glen high school and san jose. police say that a person who was driving one of the work truck's was backing up into the driveway to unload supplies. and that truck hit a bmw and then pop the curb win over the grass and hit the contractor. he was pinned between the rear of his truck and a car that was parked in the driveway and he died at a local hospital. they say that the driver did stay at the scene. and that the driver of that truck did not appear to be impaired. happening today.
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a new crime fighting app is launching in the bay area. it's where you can hire a bodyguard kind of his easy as you hire an uber. >> and in this this person would protect you. let's take a look and how it works. the apps creator says that he started this because he saw attacks on the aap i community and wanted to help calm for us. taylor. the second has more. >> a new safety app called bodyguard will hit the streets of san francisco on friday to step aside. and this is what it spied meet with staff. i want to come here. santa con care. doris says he founded body guard in the face of rising anti-asian hate crimes during the pandemic in hopes of preventing future attacks like these from happening. bodyguard is a mobile app to hire on demand security professionals to help you get from point a to point b safely talk great and frustration of seeing all these >> if recent anti asian hate attacks specifically towards asian asian elderly women. when i saw those 2 asian lady
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gets staff waiting for the bus after going grocery shopping. it broke my heart. however, queued our says the app is for everyone as a tax and safety concerns reach all demographics every day. i watch all these attacks. >> you know, for a fight, you know, robberies, invasion of homes. it's like, oh, my god that and believes it's this chaotic. it's. >> is this our first launched the app in los angeles. now he'll be in san francisco and oakland over the weekend, educating people and businesses about these new services. >> first, here's doesn't point out per hour is that you open it up, you know, you go and you browse through the profiles. we have sections you know, and you see his rating, his review, its price get the services offers. and you request just like a kid says all security guards and independent body guards have
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to be licensed and insured and go through strict background checks. >> he says customers will be able to choose whether or not they want armed security. >> and they also have the option for on foot or car ride assistance. i'm taylor reporting kron. 4 news >> it's 9.37. and still ahead, the giants weren't able to get it done. couldn't get out of their slump. we're going to take a look at how they lost to the cardinals after the break. and there's a new app that's helping people find food that works with their allergies. make shopping a lot easier. we'll tell you about it.
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ask their doctor about hpv vaccination today. hayward, residents are now responsible for illegal fireworks set off on their property. so somebody else. >> comes on your property and sets off fireworks. you're in trouble. the city's updated public nuisance ordinance went to effect yesterday and it will find the property owner $1200 for the first offense $3,000 for the second and up to $5,000 for the 3rd time you can report illegal fireworks activity online through the city's access hayward website. on monday, san francisco district attorney chase dean is going to sit down with kron 4 and answer questions about crime in the city and the recall effort against him. the interview is live in prime time. so tune in to kron 4 monday at 09:30pm. it's 9.41. right now. we'll be right back.
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has details in today's tech report. here's what's happening in the tech world. california wants to embrace cryptocurrency and be ahead of the curve when it comes to regulation of up and coming. web standers. >> governor gavin newsom signed an executive order to create a framework that will better help web 3 companies do business in the state. web 3 refers to the next stage of the internet where services are more open and decentralized. the block chain is a big part of that. california already home to major cryptocurrency startups including coinbase and ripple. the move comes at a time when the federal government is also looking into how to regulate the crypto industry. a useful new app scans food labels to let you know if there are ingredients inside you can have or you're trying to avoid. this can be useful for allergies. intolerances specific diets and more. the app is called fig first. you create your profile by choosing from over. 2500 options including allergens.
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specific ingredients and special diets like gluten-free, paleo or vegan, then you can find products that fit your diet. at over 100 grocery stores or you can scan an item's barcode to let you know if its ingredients work with your food plan. i've got a link to that handy food scanning app on my website. just go to rich on tech dot tv. i'm rich demuro and you are tech smart. >> 9.46. is the time right now on a friday heading into mother's day weekend, as i like to call it. so it's all part of your week. we help mother's day weekend, starting today through next friday right after let's take a look at the 7 day around the bay. yeah, week forecast. give mama the whole entire it or grandmother, whoever they took care of. you. a live look outside right now. this is actually still the golden gate. but you can't see much of anything right there because we've seen fall all throughout the forecast this morning. definitely seeing some dense clouds. we have an offshore wind. that school is down today and into the next
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few days. you might have saw some precipitation on your drive into work. what we saw in the east bay and inland in the north bay along the coast and things might still be a little slick as you're traveling solo. be mindful of that as you're out there on the roads, highs for you today. 74 in concord, mid 70's in livermore of any act. 67 in santa rosa nevado. you're at 69. well along the coast, 59 and the south bay. look at that. 78 in morgan hill. well, our mother's day week forecast. let's get a look at that. starting today. 74, then tomorrow you're in your 70 63 on sunday, which is actually mother's day monday through thursday here in the mid to upper 60's along the bayshore 60's and upper 50's for you along the coast. 60's and 50's. so again, daria, i mean, i like the forecast as you bring a jacket with use fire and as a weak too much and we gave you life, we can have a week. give them an okay. get i love it. i he'll >> come you. it's an easy
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ride. so just do a little sampling of the bridges. >> the bay bridge has been the win er. it is been the best bridge all morning long. you can see there. there's no traffic. it's been awesome. i'm like, you know, that golden gate. but let's take a look at the san mateo bridge, which is also really fine. you have a nice ride if you're heading over there, if you're going over the richmond, sandra fell bridge maybe to pick up a president or flowers or something for mom and aunt. you can see the traffic is rolling. well, there that you can't say traffic was the problem. mom, i couldn't get your get because i just couldn't make it through the fog over the building a bridge. i'm not buying that. the giants lose their 4th straight game in the series opener against the cardinals and dillon brooks is suspended as for game 3 after injuring golden state warriors guard gary payton. the second kron. 4 sports director jason dumas has the highlights. >> there you go. the hometown hero, brandon crawford, signing some autographs for the home crowd. the 5th inning, one, nothing carter's tommy edman. to live one up
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the middle. jose alvarez off jose alvarez. 2 runners come into score is 3, nothing. st. louis, 7th inning now is 4 to one tyler o'neill hit. that's another line or this time off. tyler rogers, 2 more runs score. it's 61 cardinals now despite getting 10 hits, the giants offense just could not get a big one. joc peterson who had been great this year. can't catch up to that one. he went o for 5 final score of this one. 71 cardinals, the giants has lost 6 of 7, but the good news is late night lamont wade. he returns makes his first game of the season. you've seen this play dozens of times by now, but we're going to show it to you one more time. dillon brooks has been suspended for game 3 for his flagrant 2 foul. gary pack payton the this second. of course, we know he broke his elbow and he tore some ligaments have some damage
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there. but steve kerr, he's not worried about his team looking for any sort of retaliation on saturday night. play hard. battle for every. >> loose ball battle for every rebound. i'm compete, every possession you know, don't risk a guy's career if he's a ahead of the planned transition, that snow, that's our mantra. he's crushed. you know, he's 6, 6, years toiling away in the league. as i said the other night. in the spotlight, you know, playing in the playoffs playing a huge role playing well. that's all been taken away from. so we all feel terrible for gary. he he deserves better. he sure does. well. >> we knew it was coming. it became official. draymond green was fined. 25 k for flipping the bird to the memphis crowd on tuesday night, he flipped off the crowd as he was going back to the locker room to get stitched up after he caught in a elbow from xavier tillman. he said they were cheering when he got e went on to say that he makes
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25 million dollars a year. so he thinks it will be okay. meanwhile, we got andre iguodala an update. he's out with a neck injury. still, he has made some progress, but he is not ready yet. he will be reevaluated again in one week. as for the guys who will play steph and company, they were back on the court. the warriors got a good practice in and they look to protect their home court on saturday night. we're going to have ourselves a day on saturday. we have the giants at 4.15, at oracle park. they'll be honoring buster posey. who knows what they have up their sleeve. then in just hour and some change. the warriors tip off just down the street. >> a chase is going to be probably the loudest it's ever been would be my guess. and you know, this is really become a great home floor for we love playing here. and we're excited for the challenge and for the opportunity on saturday.
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>> and thus, he would dream on us. i mean, you know, he makes so much money. he could flash the double bird apparently, and it's worth it. the words play the grizzlies tomorrow. we'll see what happens. tipoff is at 5.30. take a look at this new statue outside the chase center. the gold say was unveiling this glimmering broz statue of former san francisco mayor and lee. lee played important role and san francisco's effort to bring the warriors to san francisco. but sadly, he never got to see the chase center completed because it opened nearly 2 years after he died from a heart attack yesterday would have been the former mayor's 70th earth day. it's 9.52. we'll be right back.
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so sound the alarm. >> 9.55, almost down for friday on the kron. 4 morning news. but we've got you covered on kron on 24 7. stephanie lin is in the newsroom with a preview. hi, stephanie. hey, good morning, darya and happy friday to you. >> good news this morning for commuters from the from the south bay. bart just got approved to start expanding into santa clara county. we show you where the new route will go and how much is going to cost and the murder suspects in april, sacramento, mass shooting faced a judge this week. what court documents reveal about what happened that deadly day for
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that story. and more breaking news in the bay area. grab your phone and scan this qr code on your screen. it will take you straight to your app store so you can download kron-on for free. back to you. thank you, stephanie. check this out. it's half stay in the east bay today at uc berkeley. they're getting ready to watch baby falcons hatch. >> one of the checks already have, but they're keeping their eye out. universities inviting you to watch this on the south side of the valley life sciences building. falcon experts are going to be there talking about what's happening to get your mom a new car, you can just go today. carvana vending last now. yeah, you've got to put in a really big quarter world bit coin. it doesn't look like that. but they just opened this structure, daly city. and it's pretty cool because i've seen these and other countries, but never here. and it's right. you pick out you go online and pick out the car, then you selected and time are going to
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go over to the vending machine and then they will somehow dispatch the car. that's i don't like it fly. la don't want a green one tonight. put the this. yeah. haha. let's get a look at the forecast. are going out this week. you're doing anything. look at that. it's going to be a cold one, daria, jacket or like you said, gift mom and i snapped. yes. that's what everybody in california said. they want to nap and i'll take one to the local. we'll see later.
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