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>> 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 7 happy mother's day to you. we have a lot to get to this morning, but let's start by getting a look at the weather with dave spahr. good morning, dave. hey, good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. and very much off to an auspicious start looking pretty good with all of that. look at the nice blue skies, blue bay and all. >> however, got a mention there will be some clouds coming in here through around the noon hour. we do have little patch of rain. we have to make note of so just be prepared for some passing rain
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and cooler temperatures today for mom to old launch will work on the patio so much. but here's a looks like an stormtracker 4. this is what we're watching. this is kind of our future and we'll be timing out all this morning. but it looks to be around the noon hour with some passing showers are here. but the skies will open up at least this afternoon. again with some sun poking out here. now, we do see to also to cooler temperatures with all of this. and you add some winds. so little bit of a chillier feel to be more like a tumble feel rather than a spring-like feel lower. 50's line up the east bay shoreline. we have those cool 40's up in the north bay. also out to a livermore, the tri valley, upper 40's there, 50 going on for san jose. contrast for those temperatures were trailing a little bit this morning by almost a half a dozen degrees almost everywhere. as you can see and our winds, they're checking in a good, strong clip on shore. they are double more over almost all the real estate. so breaking everything down here, throwing in a few showers as we approach around the noon hour or so. but again, the skies open up
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temperatures very sluggish today, struggling to reach that 60 degree mark. but we'll put all that together for you coming up in just a bit. stephanie, thanks so much, dave. developing news this morning. police in concord are looking for the person who opened fire in a shopping mall parking lot. >> it happened at the sun valley mall along contra costa boulevard after 10 last night. this is video from the scene. you can see shell casings all over the ground. police say there have been no reports of any injuries. fortunately, and they do not have any in for additional information to share at this time. we'll bring you more info as we get it. we have an update on the plane crash in moraine county that killed 2 people on friday. a jesuit high school in sacramento released a statement saying the people on the plane were a student's mother and her friend officials have not yet confirmed their identities. weather conditions cleared up quite a bit on saturday, but you're looking at the scene shortly after the plane itself crash. you can see how foggy it was out there. crews
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continue to remove the wreckage around causal meant road today. new this morning, gas prices in the bay area are at an all time high for the first time ever. the average price for a gallon of regular is more than $6 and at least 2 bay area cities kron 4 camila barco is live in. sandra fell this morning for us to us and she's been speaking with drivers all morning >> yeah, good morning, stephanie. so we are driving around the bay area today to take a look at the gas prices we're currently in santa reps. tell where you said the record for gas prices and out an all time high. if i take a step out of the way, you'll get a look as to how much a gallon of gas is here at this shell station in sandra fell. you can see 5.99 for a gallon of gas for regular gas. if you're trying to but some other type of get 6.19, and let me put
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things into perspective for you, stephanie. the national average is $4 and 31 sense. but a couple cities here in the bay area are hitting that $6. mark, like you said, here's what drivers can at least expect to pay if they're getting regular gas around the bay area. the lowest amount you pay for regular gas in the bay area is in oakland, a gallon of gas. there will cost you $5.89 its $0.2 more in san jose, regular gas in santa rosa will cost you $5 and $0.98 per gallon. and once you go to sandra fell in san francisco, we'll start paying over $6. now these prices are higher than that states average, which is $5 and $0.80 a year ago, people were paying a little over $4 to get regular gas here in the bay area. fast forward to this morning, oakland, san jose santa rosa, sandra fell and san francisco have all hit a new record high for gas prices. according to triple a increasing gas to man and the
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rising oil prices have pushed pump prices higher. and of course, stephanie, the question is, when will drivers be able to catch a break? we've been constantly seeing gas prices just go higher and higher and with these rising gas prices and some are approaching, will we expect them to go down? we shall see. but of course, people should be on the lookout to see where they can get the that the best bet for these gas prices right now, 5 99 here at the shell station in sandra fell for now. back to you. and thank you so much for that live report. so many people feeling the pain at the pump over the last few weeks. all right. meanwhile, the biden administration is defending its strategy to bring down gas prices for americans. >> our washington, d.c., correspondent raquel martin has more on the ongoing challenges. >> the energy secretary tells us that president biden is using every means at his disposal to try and bring down the price at the pump. a
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problem. they continue to blame on the war in ukraine. but republicans argue that excuse doesn't hold up. >> the president is really doing everything you can u.s.. energy secretary jennifer granholm says the u.s. is working with countries around the world to bring down prices at the pump, even as the u.s. pushes europe to boycott russian oil and gas. everybody is trying to see how they can make up for those lost russian barrels. granholm says since putin's invasion into ukraine there are a million and a half fewer barrels of oil available to the global market. each day the president has asked for an increase in supply from our domestic manufacturers and has called for others to do the same around the world. granholm says by the end of this year, there should be roughly a million barrels of additional oil made in the u.s. to help offset rising fuel prices. and she says the u.s. must also speed up its conversion to cleaner energy
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sources because you don't see the same volatility with access to the sun or access to win. but republican senator john cornyn says americans can't afford to wait. the fact of the matter is renewables are not close. >> to be incapable of providing all of our electricity needs. cornyn says u.s. oil remains our most reliable energy source. don't be fooled, folks. iowa republican senator joni ernst blames the biden administration's energy policies for drying up domestic oil production. it is really biden's war on american energy that has been fueling the soaring cost. the republicans urge the president to restart the keystone pipeline and grant new oil and gas drilling permits to us oil companies. the biden administration says it will continue to release roughly 1 million barrels of oil from the strategic petroleum reserve. >> as it continues to try to ramp up production here in the u.s. ron washington, raquel martin, back to you.
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>> coming up on the kron 4 morning news may is wildfire preparedness month. we heard from state fire officials and how we hear from state fire officials and how you can protect yourself and your property from wildfires and the giants and fans honor buster posey before their win over the cardinals. the highlights in 2 minutes. nurse mariyam sabo knows a moment this pure... ...demands a lotion this pure. new gold bond pure moisture lotion. 24-hour hydration. no parabens, dyes, or fragrances. gold bond. champion your skin. ♪ at usaa we've been called too exclusive because we were created for officers. but as we've evolved with the military we've grown to serve all, who've honorably served.
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♪ ♪ whether someone is across the neighborhood, across the street, or across the room, you have the power to make them feel right at home. ♪ ♪ ritz. a taste of welcome. welcome back at oracle park. the san francisco giants beat
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the st. louis cardinals saturday afternoon. >> but the real show happen before the game. it was buster posey day at oracle park as the giants and the bay area baseball community honor. the former giants catcher posey, retired at the end of last season kron four's amanda hari was there. >> many fans told me they were excited to see buster posey back on the field today. but also a little bit sad. it's likely the last time we'll see him that the giants honored him about an hour before the first pitch. and even though it was early fans filled the stands. >> i think and welcomed buster posey back with a standing ovation, thanking him for his 12 years with the team before retiring at the end of last season. this very sad >> also like he had a great the family is from oakland, but the kids have always been
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giants fans, director and keep teacher the preschool. got them into the giants when they were like 3 years old, even though they were growing up in oakland, they've been fans ever both of the any boys told me posey is their favorite player. buster posey is my favorite player by miles died. my care plan. you just always like area saw on the field and i carry it was just always a really inspiring based on land pass. giants players and managers spoke during the pre-game ceremony honoring the 3 time world series champion and seven-time all-star. >> there was also a montage of his career, when posey finally took the podium to speak, he thanked the giants community for supporting >> some fans tell me, although they're sad to see him go. this is the start of a new chapter in giants history. he gets to say goodbye to san francisco
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>> we get to usher in the next generation. giants close. he did get to make to last catches. they were from his 2 oldest children. they threw out. the first pitch is. >> at oracle park, amanda hari kron. 4 news. >> and the fall-like weather continues really for today, chilly temperatures struggling to the 50's to reach about 60. we're looking for some rain around the mid part of the day. but opening up for the afternoon. a look at your mother's day forecast into next week. th
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>> welcome back. may is wildfire preparedness month, which means it's time to get ready and make sure you know how to keep your property safe. really caught up with fire officials. >> trying to find a balance between living in beautiful forest hill that making it safe. so we want the beauty and the nature. but in a safe way on wildfire preparedness day, about 150 placer county residents, including julie davis, we're talking about treason, become more residential and safer gathered information from the forest hill fire protection district and the forest hill fire safe council and how to keep their homes safe and fire. resilient embers are a lot of start of a lot of the fires and these wildfires, unfortunate people whose homes. and so there's things they can do to harden their homes. and, of course, make sure that the space around their home is defensible. so that if something does come through, that the fire, the fighters
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have a chance to defend their homes. will the bridge fire of last year burned more than 400 acres? it's something that people in placer county don't want to see happen again. >> with the devastating wild land fires of last year which destroyed thousands of homes. >> fire officials are hoping homeowner stay on top of their properties to ensure wild brushes whack down and cleared. lot of the homeowners have already done a lot of work. >> talk to others are just getting started. so you know it any information that we can get them help some provide that different spaces is really the goal. the deputy chief says placer county is ranked number 2 in the nation for having certified firewise communities a title. they will work hard to keep. in forest hill rowena shaddox. >> and welcome back. time now for another check of the weather with meteorologist dave sparh. a day.
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>> hey, good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. and looking a little bit better here from other today. we some bouts of some sunshine going on. but we do have to mention a little passing shower going on for today. that seems to be tine pretty much around the noon hour or so. it just wants to join mom. i guess it around noon hour. here's a live shot. as you can see, the east bay shoreline all lit up nicely. blue skies, blue bates actually a very beautiful start not far from home. here's that bout of rain. we've got to keep in that forecast here for today, coupled with some chilly winds a-d chilly temperatures going on for today. a check and how we stand. we've got a lot of 40's on the board here. lower 50's line at the east bay shoreline with livermore. 48 50 san francisco also san jose palo alto and half moon bay coming in at 48. but back to that future cast for let's watch this roll on in as again. we start off with the sunny note. here comes the cloud cover threat around the noon hour. little chance of some passing showers there. and it does break up in the early afternoon, but really
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we're in and what unsettled weather pattern for the early part of the week. it looks like the other element that comes in with this. we're going get some colder air aloft after this. we start to get into monday and into tuesday. that will mean we could spark off potentially some lightning with some of this as we go forward doing thing is we like to sometimes watch about that. but because of the dry conditions that can mean dry lightning, potentially something got to watch out for there. they're the on shore winds today. so this is the chilly feel added to everything we have. you know, it's nice when you see the sun out, everything. but if you're in the shade or over cloud deck, it's a dole, different stories we get in the afternoon. this will be after the bulk of any rain we get so you can see in the aftermath tretty. that should be pretty sunny by this point. but again, quite breezy, we're happy when statements that have been issued from the this at least not yet later shifts may change that a bit. there is activity occurring up in the mountains. however, mountain snows over mother's day to day early. scattered clouds, breezy. and again, that little noon showers so 60's with some inland 70's
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possible this week. it's an unsettled early. we cool. got 60's and 70's late in the week now and then into next weekend, warm and sunny. it's back to the 80's here. maybe even a race to 90 for some of the inland valleys. by the time we get to next sunday again today. 56 san francisco variable clouds, part of the fairest way of phrasing it a few showers. pretty much concentrated around the noon hour or so. 56 for oakland, a few showers and then for san jose. 58 a passing shower a possibility and the highs. this is best. we're going to do some lower 60's in the far east bay. also up to the north bay as well. coming up a little bit, we'll take a look at the 4 zone forecast for you, stephanie. >> looking forward to it. thank you, dave and asian american own business celebrates nearly 40 years here in the bay area. sugar bowl bakery is one of the largest certified minority owned bakeries in the country. kron four's haaziq madyun shares this story of sweet success. >> you're looking at some of the most recognizable pastries
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in the bay area. madeline's hobby is and brownie bites all made by the sugar bowl bakery and asian-american family owned business that got its start nearly 40 years ago in san francisco. >> we came to the united states out. being in weapons, he in the 1970's, it was 1979 julie. it is for brothers left vietnam looking to restart their lives of the land of opportunity. united states of america. after surviving the journey, lee says there were more challenges that he and his siblings had to overcome. we came here with not thing. couldn't speak the language. we didn't have any money, but the lee family did have a very strong work ethic he enrolled in the city college of san francisco got an english tutor moved to san francisco state university where he graduated with a degree in business. the lee brothers and their wives jobs and decided to pool their resources saving up about
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$40,000 and 1984, we decided to buy a small coffee shop bakery neighborhood coffee shop bake be at the time. i francisco. at the end of that very first day of business. he says they are $300. that is when the leaves discovered their fridge inspired pace retreats were hit. here's the story behind the recipe and they not need. yes, my maya they pay events you know, said because we a abundance in our culture. today. these cakes are produced in abundance. approximately one only and pieces a year after starting with about 12 workers, mostly family relocating to the east bay, the sugar bowl bakery now has around 600 employees working in their 2 factories in hayward and atlanta,
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georgia. >> and is one of the largest certified minority owned bakeries in america. earning the this special shout out by president barack obama. >> with a lot of hard work and a little luck. the sugar bowl bakery today is a 60 million dollar business. >> i think and we won come from all over the world the opportunity >> make sure that live a good life. we a push to allow american tree and it. we were caught. we obeyed the law while take care of one and not the then we can be a successful any american who came before us. >> how's it? but kron 4 news. what an inspiring story. >> well, still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news, the warriors lineup chase center in game 3 of their playoff series against the grizzlies.
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and wake feeling refreshed. >> tipping increased during the early days of the pandemic as people rewarded restaurants to servers and other service workers are putting in the effort and risking exposure to covid-19. but as david lazarus reports, gratuities are starting to dip at a time when inflation is rising.
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>> mack was scott as a server in a taco restaurant in larchmont village. it's how he pays the bills while pursuing his sideline as a photographer. he figures at least a 3rd of the roughly 1400 bucks. he pulls down. monthly comes from tips and scott says tips motivate him to do a better job. you time to maximum effort and customer service in order to receive that reward. his boss agrees. once you get a tip, it's like, okay, like you know, if it's working, i'm going to keep doing it and i'm just going make it even better. >> in fact, the country's foremost authority on tipping says they're both wrong. >> when i first started the tipping service relationship, i count a relatively weak relationship between customers ratings of service and the tips they left and that that would need to believe that perhaps just a very good consent to that. all this chart explains why researchers found that 85% of americans admit they're just following the social norm when they leave a tip that is they'll tip regardless of service quality because everyone else
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does. 60% of americans say they tip to avoid personal feelings of guilt. social approvals. the main reason we took social approval and status consciousness have been at the root of american tipping from the start. lynn says the custom became woven into the fabric of the american economy. after the great depression of the 1930's. when the divide between haves and have nots was starkest, there's also well to do. americans have tipped since the country's earliest ace both thomas jefferson and george washington in their household ledgers kept records of having given 2 slayings, george foster, a former uc berkeley anthropologist argue the tipping of all to as a way to prevent envy on the servers. part what customers want to win. give coins to the staff were waiting on them the facts say, hey, be me. here's some money. you can have a drink on me afterwards. in fact,
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tipping is translated in many other languages as drink money or money for drinks in french. tipping is called poor blau literally for drinking. back with scott acknowledged that he provide the same level of service regardless of tips. so what's the economic justification david lazarus? >> still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news there, towing cars and making arrests. oakland police are cracking down on sideshows.
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opdivo plus yervoy. thank you to all those in our clinical trials. morning. welcome back to the kron. 4 morning news that start this half hour off with a look at our mother's day forecast. dave spahr is in the weather center with the latest. hey, good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody off to kind of a nice start here. lots of sunshine going on here's a shot of sfo. no delays. going to other mothers come to see you looking good on that front. >> also at half, moon bay. well, we have some clouds already kind of building from that vantage point. meanwhile, what's upstream here is we got to keep that mention of rain in the here in the timing again, appears to be around the midday hours. >> on shore, winds will come with this actual little breezier this afternoon. when we go back to clearing temperature, check for 40's and 50's mixture lower 50's at that. not a lot of mercury movement today, even though we're going to share the skies with a quite a bit of sunshine again around the noon hour. there's that chance for a few
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showers. upper 50's to near about 60 for general highs at the ballpark to maybe a brief rain. delay is a possibility, but don't really count on it. mid-fifties variable clouds again, an isolated shower, chile and from on the forecast got to keep the chance of those showers in there. temperatures 60's inland 50's at the coast. got your 4 zone forecast coming up in just a bit. stephanie, thank you, dave. >> the golden state warriors now lead the memphis grizzlies, 2 games to one after a blowout win in game 3 of the western conference semifinals. the game started off as a close one. the grizzlies had the lead at the end of the 1st quarter. >> but then the warriors came roaring back. steph curry leading the way with 30 points. jordan poole added 27 of his own and it was just too much from memphis to handle warriors win by a final of 1, 4, to 2, one, 12. here is head coach steve kerr after the is on memphis is a a
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>> really fast athletic but on tape, we saw that it for you. a little more patient and a little more poised that we could get some good shots. and i and i think you know, our players have adopted now to the to the that speed and the type of defense were facing and and that they did a great job tonight generating better looks. but it's 2 one long way to go. >> kron four's gayle ong was at the chase center. she spoke with fans about this victory. >> you didn't htve to be inside chase center to feel the energy of people gathered here at thrive city hours before tipoff. >> getting here early was key to watch game 3 of the western conference semifinal series. lawyers fans gathered at drive city before ted by join live music. some made the trip from
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sacramento bee want to see how they go home with his 3rd game in los angeles born here, came into town for mother's day weekend. so it's going to be grey. whether you're watching the game from inside or outside chase center. these fans are hoping for the best. i'm more nervous and excited to another truth. i want to win that. the big game in last game was pretty emotional. we need to come out strong. well, we're going to miss gary, but everybody we're going have a great game. what i think today is going to 19. i played i read it and blue body. >> and the band got the outcome they wanted. the lawyers will return back here at chase center on monday. you kron. 4 news. >> happening today, we're expecting more demonstrations in the bay area over the possible overturn of roe v wade, pro-choice advocacy groups are marching in berkeley at 02:00pm. the procession starts at the intersection of allston way and mlk junior way and goes through the downtown area and the bans off our bodies.
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mother's day march happens today in sandra fell. that starts at the corner of the civic center and north san pedro at 3.30, this afternoon. police arrested a suspect for a shooting in santa rosa. 27 year-old brad james adams is now in custody on an attempted homicide charge. the shooting happened thursday at the taco bell on mendocino avenue near santa rosa junior college. police say adams was in front of the victim in the drive-thru line when he started arguing and threatening him with a gun. police say after that adams shot the victim and then drove away, the victim was seriously hurt but is expected to be okay. oakland police released photos of the 60 vehicles they towed during sideshows this week. police say they issued 17 citations made 2 arrests and found one gun. they say the sideshows happened thursday night and friday morning on 5.80, hundreds of vehicles were involved. and police say they've increased
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of control with 2 joysticks united the pad and a ton of buttons and something that was really simple. invited everybody into video games. christopher plante is editor in chief of the gaming site polygon. i think swissport we're going to be a hit. the game takes advantage of the unique detachable motion-sensitive controllers on the switch. nintendo calls them joy con. they translate real world movements into on-screen play. so you can bowl swing bloc and more. they also have this unique version of bowling with obstacles in the lane, which is really fun to play. this version is slicker than the original with more customizable characters and regular updates. it's just still very fun to pretend to bowl and you're living there for the first time. you can play online with friends, family members. or even complete strangers. and when you play online, you unlock new features costumes or accessories. you can get and you have new face mask, which is a very twenty-twenty to
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think there are 6 ports in all including fan favorite bowling along with soccer volleyball, badminton and swordplay. this was the trickiest to get the hang up. but they all make you smile and get you moving. just don't throw your controller into the tv, especially since joy comes just don't already have the wristband on it. i won't be surprised if a few people and destroy some really oice tv is in the coming months. >> switch sports is available now. it's $40 for the digital copy $50 for the bucs version which includes a leg strap for better soccer shots. and by the way, golf will be added as a free update in the fall. if you want to link to the game, go to my website. it is rich on tech dot tv. i'm rich demuro and you are tech smart. i think rich is on his way to the tech olympics there. what everybody wants to preserve us. amateur status temperature check for you. we've got the lower 60's off to the east bay. that's about it for highs today. >> we're sharing the day with
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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] >> welcome back. we have dave spahr standing by with our weather forecast and we expect some sun or rain today day. little bit of both as what we've got going on. good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. and happy mother's day are shot comes in from half moon bay where we see an ice patch of some clear skies trying to work its magic through here, although some puppy cumulus hanging on as well. it's really up north
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that the change is happening because the start off in the sunday know for most locations. now everything going on in the bay, we're going to get to. but this translates to the mountains with the unsettled weather early into the week of mountain snows we've for today tomorrow into tuesday, adding to what's in the bank account there. temperatures still kind of cool. that's good news retain all what's locked up. and there were in mid-may now there's plenty of time for melting in to fill up the reservoirs later in the season. so that's good news to hear, by the way,pspeaking of which in case you are heading that direction, little trouble, though, they do have a winter weather advisory. not really doesn't kick in until 11 technically, but then expires at 11 this evening of the amounts are relatively modest, maybe half a foot or so. and that's really above 7,000 feet in elevation with all of this. so, you know, a winter storm up there. if you're headed in that direction, just keep that in mind. it's going to be rough, maybe perhaps for today. temperature check for you. lower 50's along the east bay shoreline 40's up to the north
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bay. 48 for livermore. 53 meanwhile for antioch. but this is what we're talking about. that guy right up to the north. the timing is perfect here right during the day instead of happening overnight and so forth right at the lunch table. it looks like the little opportunity for a few stray showers working. and that's really going to set the tone for an unsettled pattern. early part of the week. we do get some winds with all of this to actually probably most apparent after the bout of rain. so we'll get that little bit of rain going on. skies start opening up and here come those winds. no wind advisory has been posted for us with this. but just to show you what it was like all the way out to tuesday. looks like we start to lose some of that wind influence. so here it plays out monday. still kind of in our backyard, working in here with some mountain snow is continuing. and then by midweek, things change will be the high pressure starts to build. setting the tone into next weekend, which looks to be much warmer. the warden experience for this week for today, shelley this mother's day. 56 san francisco mid 50's along the coast. 54 going on
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for burlingame. but i said some 60 somewhere. 54 for palo alto down to the south bay, morgan hill. checking in at 61, though, at least 58% of clara. 57 for cupertino, east bay shoreline mid-fifties also for tri valley. even though we see some sun coming out, a lot of uniformity with temperatures weather near the water or well inland, although concord and walnut managing to get the lower 60's with that, 57 going on for berkeley, the les, what 56 63 fairfield, 60 from napa and a 61 santa rosa. again, it's a chilly day today. cool showers still with us on monday tuesday, a few scattered showers. we get some movement here by wednesday. back to the 70's quickly on friday, saturday. and 87 while change a wardrobe going on. and even the coastal numbers respond through the 60's. stephanie, thank you, dave. >> now to the latest on the invasion of ukraine. people there are bracing for what could be a fierce russian assault. it's believed russia plans to take the city of mariupol by monday. that
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coincides with the 77th anniversary of the soviet union's victory over not see germany in world war. 2 today, president biden meets virtually with g 7 leaders and ukraine's president volodymyr zelensky leaders are expected to discuss the response to russia's war in ukraine and potential additional sanctions on moscow. >> has his desire to mark that as a day where he is victorious over ukraine. of course he's well, the expected to be marching the streets of kiev. that's obviously not what is going to happen. >> that was jen psaki speaking with reporters on air force one. some have speculated that putin could formally declare war on ukraine on monday. wnba, all star brittney griner has now been held in russia. for 75 days. white house officials saying she's been wrongfully detained. michael fessler has more on how her team is dealing with their
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star player being gone. >> assisting. i love her. so it is tough to serve people. like me, not meanest, toughest on her family and people that they hear these things and, you i just love her. i love her. and so i think about every day and i can't wait to see is back here with this new reaction from the teammates of wnba, all star brittney griner as they begin their regular season without the 6 foot 9 phoenix mercury center. >> griner still detained in russia after officials there arrested her in february in the moscow airport, accusing her of having cannabis oil in her back griner's initials and number will adorn every wnba court this season in a tribute to the star player this week, the state department revealing they now consider her to be wrongfully detained, a designation that elevates efforts to bring her home. >> her case will now be handled and is now handled. i'm buying that, sir. roger carstens or special presidential envoy for hostage
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those efforts to secure their release are ongoing just as our efforts to secure the release of americans who are to teams around the world. former u.s. ambassador to the un and international hostage negotiator bill richardson is reportedly working on griner's case at the request of her family. he spoke on news nation's banfield last week after the prisoner swap that brought back to team former marine trevor reed. besides griner, former marine paul whalen is also considered wrongfully detained. but now we have 2 more. we have to get out. all we want. >> another marine who's been unjustly detained and brittney griner, the basketball player who was up an airport. so we've got more to do. >> that was michael fessler reporting. the wnba says it will honor brittney griner with a floor decal while they wait for her safe return 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 >> good morning. thank you so much for joining us on the kron. 4 morning news. i'm
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stephanie lynn, it's sunday may 8th. happy mother's day to you. we have a lot to get to this morning. let's start by getting a look at the weather with dave sphar. good morning, dave. well, good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. and today you can make a lot of variety going on here. we've got the blue skies to start things off. we'll have some passing clouds and a passing shower. all part of the forecast going on here for today. this mother's day. there's the rain not too far from home up north. >> it will probably play out by around the noon hour for most of the bay and then clear out for the afternoon hours. it will still be chilly all day today, even with copious amounts of afternoon sunshine. still with us temperature check for you right now. we're in the lower 50's over good piece of the real estate. 47 for 49. meanwhile, 4 half moon bay, those scattered clouds started apart a little bit here. 51 livermore in fremont and 53 san jose for comparison trailing by a half a dozen degrees or maybe a little bit less than that. we'll be pretty close to where we were
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from yesterday, although that wind will make it feel a little chilly even in the sun a bit in the teens for right now. but it will have moments in the 20's and even the lower 30's that will be post little bout of some showers. again, the timing appears to be around midday for most of the region. 57 by 2 o'clock with afternoon sunshine cooking here. coming up in a bit. we'll kind of walk through what you about that partly cloudy for noon. it just changed on what still is a little possibility. some rain were pets like stephanie duty of live television. dave, thank you for that update. >> developing news this morning. police in concord are looking for the person who opened fire in a shopping mall parking lot. it happened at the sun valley mall along contra costa boulevard after 10 last night. this is video from the scene. you can see shell casings on the see that in just a few seconds here. police say there have been no reports of any injuries, but we're going to continue following up with him and bring you any latest developments as soon as we get that information in.
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>> and we have an update on the plane crash in moraine county that killed 2 people friday, a jesuit high school in sacramento released a statement saying the people on the plane were a student's mother and her friend officials have not yet confirmed their identities. you're looking at video taken from when the plane crashed on friday. very foggy conditions out there. but what the weather did clear up quite a bit on saturday, the following day, which helped investigators piece together what happened crews continue to remove the wreckage around cars on monroe today. and new this morning, gas prices in the bay area and all time high for the first time ever. the average price for a gallon of regular is more than $6 and at least 2 bay area cities kron four's camila barco is live in. sandra fell this morning for us and she's been speaking with drivers all morning camila. >> yes, stephanie, one driver i just spoke to was surprised to see how much it cost to fill its tells that it one e
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$5 more compared to this morning. now this is in sandra fell where gas prices are at record high. almost every gas station that i've driven by is about $6 for a gallon of regular gas and across the bay area. gas prices are also shape. >> near that $6 take a look at your screen. the lowest amount you'll pay for regular gas in the bay area is oakland where a gallon of gas will cost you $5.89. san jose. it's about $0.2 more regular gas in santa rosa will cost you $5 and >> 19, $0.8 gallon would say no. fell in san francisco will start paying over $6 and let me put things into perspective. >> the national average is $4. and $0.31 the state average is $5 at $0.80 a year ago. people
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were paid a little over $4 to get back to get regular gas here in the bay area. so fast forward to this morning where gas prices in the bay area are at record highs the driver i spoke to this morning was on his way to play golf. he says he's getting used to paying these high prices, but he says that he'll always find a way to play the game even if the prices continue to go up. >> starting use fortunately, i don't have to drive every day. so i filled up, try twice a month. maybe and it's really from the west to east that. having to pay a lot more than normal and what i considered normal so that they keep getting higher and they have to start doing some analysis. car pull that off. >> according to aaa,
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increasing gas demand and rising oil prices have pushed prices higher. but, stephanie, the question is when drivers get a break, we continue to see these gas prices go up. and as summer approaches, know that gas prices always go up during this time. so when will that be? we will find out later on this summer. those cast gas prices continue to go down in the next hour. i'll tell you how much it will take to develop my tank. and i actually have to fill up right now. mobile right now where jack eichel and gases 5.99. so we'll see how much it will take me to fill up my now, too. >> yeah, hopefully it doesn't cost you too much camila. we look forward to your next live report. we appreciate it. all right. meanwhile, the biden administration is defending its strategy to bring down gas prices for americans. our washington, d.c., correspondent raquel martin has more on the ongoing challenges. the energy secretary tells us that
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president biden is using every means at his disposal to try and bring down the price at the pump. >> a problem. they continue to blame on the war in ukraine. but republicans argue that excuse doesn't hold up. >> the president is really doing everything you can u.s.. energy secretary jennifer granholm says the u.s. is working with countries around the world to bring down prices at the pump, even as the u.s. pushes europe to boycott russian oil and gas. everybody is trying to see how they can make up for those lost russian barrels. granholm says since putin's invasion into ukraine there are a million and a half fewer barrels of oil available to the global market. each day the president has asked for an increase in supply from our domestic manufacturers and has called for others to do the same around the world. granholm says by the end of this year, there should be roughly a million barrels of additional oil made in the u.s. to help offset rising
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fuel prices. and she says the u.s. must also speed up its conversion to cleaner energy sources because you don't see the same volatility with access to the sun or access to win. but republican senator john cornyn says americans can't afford to wait. the fact of the matter is renewables are not close. >> to be incapable of providing all of our electricity needs. cornyn says u.s. oil remains our most reliable energy source. don't be fooled, folks. iowa republican senator joni ernst blames the biden administration's energy policies for drying up domestic oil production. it is really biden's war on american energy that has been fueling the soaring cost. the republicans urge the president to restart the keystone pipeline and grant new oil and gas drilling permits to us oil companies. the biden administration says it will continue to release roughly 1 million barrels of oil from the strategic petroleum reserve. >> as it continues to try and
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ramp up production here in the u.s. ron washington, raquel martin, back to you. >> coming up on the kron 4 morning news may is wildfire preparedness month. we hear from state fire officials on how you can protect yourself and your property from wildfires. and the giants and fans honor buster posey before their win over the cardinals. their win over the cardinals. whoever you are. you have a style. and we want to help you own it. with top brands. great value. and inspiration you need. so you can own your style.
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>> welcome back at oracle
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park. the san francisco giants beat the st. louis cardinals saturday afternoon. but the real show happen before the game. it was buster posey day at oracle park as the giants and the bay area baseball community honor. the former giants catcher posey, retired at the end of last season kron four's amanda hari was there. >> many fans told me they were excited to see buster posey back on the field today. but also a little bit sad. it's likely the last time we'll see him that the giants honored him about an hour before the first pitch. and even though it was early fans filled the stands. >> fans welcomed buster posey back with a standing ovation, thanking him for his 12 years with the team before retiring at the end of last season. this very sad >> also like he had a great the it family is from oakland,
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but the kids have always been giants fans, director and keep teacher the preschool. got them into the giants when they were like 3 years old, even though they were growing up in oakland, they've been fans ever both of the any boys told me posey is their favorite player. buster posey is my favorite player by miles died. my care plan. you just always like area on the field and i carry was just always a really inspiring based on land pass. giants players and managers spoke during the pre-game ceremony honoring the 3 time world series champion and seven-time all-star. >> there was also a montage of his career, when posey finally took the podium to speak, he thanked the giants community for supporting >> some fans tell me, although they're sad to see him go. this is the start of a new chapter in giants history. he gets to say goodbye to san
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francisco >> we get to usher in the next generation. giants close. he did get to make to last catches. they were from his 2 oldest children. they threw out. the first pitch is. >> at oracle park, amanda hari kron. 4 news. >> meanwhile, the a's were in minnesota taking on the twins. oakland was trying to snap a 7 game losing streak. this one was a low scoring game. in the end, minnesota came out on top by a final of one nothing and 2 teams will play again today. first pitch is set for one 11 10 this morning. >> and mentioning a quick bit of rain by the about the midday, but opening up in the afternoon. a
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>> may is wildfire preparedness month, which means it's time for you to get ready and make sure how you know how to keep your property safe. reporter reena caught up with fire officials. >> trying to find a balance between living in beautiful forest hill that making it safe. so we want the beauty and the nature. but in a safe way on wildfire preparedness day, about 150 placer county residents, including julie davis, we're talking about treason, become more residential and safer gathered information from the forest otection district and the forest hill fire safe council and how to keep their homes safe and fire. resilient embers are a lot of start of a
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lot of the fires and these wildfires, unfortunate people whose homes. and so there's things they can do to harden their homes. and, of course, make sure that the space around their home is defensible. so that if something does come through, that the fire, the fighters have a chance to defend their homes. will the bridge fire of last year burned more than 400 acres? it's something that people in placer county don't want to see happen again. >> with the devastating wild land fires of last year which destroyed thousands of homes. >> fire officials are hoping homeowner stay on top of their properties to ensure wild brushes whack down and cleared. lot of the homeowners have already done a lot of work. >> talk to others are just getting started. so you know it any information that we can get them help some provide that different spaces is really the goal. the deputy chief says placer county is ranked number 2 in the nation for having certified firewise
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communities a title. they will work hard to keep. in forest hill rowena shaddox. >> all right. time now for another check of the weather with meteorologist dave spahr on any concerns about this weather. can these weather conditions affecting wildfire season? >> yeah, good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. they one thing is we have this unsettled weather pattern early part of the week and we have some of this dry air kind of hanging around. you can get some dry lightning and we're going to get the knee that monday and maybe into tuesday or 2 days. we kind of want to watch for that. every pocket ice that events. but sometimes the national weather service says all takes is one strike in the wrong place. and issue east bay shoreline for now looks pretty good. yeah, upstream, we're expected to get a few hit or miss showers going in here. it's just a brief event and then afterwards clears out, windy and chilly. this some more colder air reinforcements to we've got going on. not a lot of movement yet. we're in the lower 50's. we're not going to get much today. 51 for napa. 55 for can. 52 san francisco
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go and play this for you for today. here's that bout of some showers. it looks more potent. there probably will be. just call it scattered showers at best for the ball game. by the way, today, maybe a brief rain delay in brief will be the up the word there. here it is. monday. still kind of a little unsettled. you see a couple pockets there and it does continue into tuesday. back to today. again, we have that noon shower opportunity afterwards. the winds continue. look at the coverage area, 20's 30's even popping on there. this takes us all the way monday around noon or so and will continue a little bit into tuesday. we don't really expect any wind advisories are they haven't been posted yet for mother's day to day early. scattered clowers clouds, breezy 60's over most of the region. got that noon showers a possibility this week unsettled early in the week. cool 60's 70's late weekend by the weekend. we're talking 80's, maybe even near about 90 coming up in a bit. got the 4 zone forecast for you, stephanie. all right. looking forward to it. thank you, dave. >> and asian american own business celebrates nearly 40
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years here in the bay area. >> sugar bowl bakery is one of the largest certified minority owned bakeries in the country. kron four's haaziq mod-yoon shares this story of sweet success. >> you're looking at some of the most recognizable pastries in the bay area. madeline's hobby is and brownie bites all made by the sugar bowl bakery and asian-american family owned business that got its start nearly 40 years ago in >> we came to the united states out. being in weapons, he in the 1970's, it was 1979 julie. it is for brothers left vietnam looking to restart their lives of the land of opportunity. united states of america. after surviving the journey, lee says there were more challenges that he and his siblings had to overcome. we came here with not thing. couldn't speak the language. we didn't have any money, but the lee family did have a very strong work ethic he enrolled
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in the city college of san francisco got an english tutor moved and to san francisco state university where he graduated with a degree in business. the lee brothers and their wives jobs and decided to pool their resources saving up about $40,000 and 1984, we decided to buy a small coffee shop bakery neighborhood coffee shop, cause bake be at the time. i signed by cisco. >> at the end of that very first day of business. he says they are $300. >> that is when the leaves discovered their fridge inspired pastry treats were hit. here's the story behind the recipe and they not need. yes, my maya us with a bait thos a meaty fence you know, he said because we a abundance in our culture. today. these cakes are produced in
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abundance. possibly one only and pieces a year after starting with about 12 workers, mostly family relocating to the east bay, the sugar bowl bakery now has around 600 employees working in their 2 factories in hayward and atlanta, georgia. >> and is one of the largest certified minority owned bakeries in america. earning the this special shout out by did president barack obama. >> with a lot of hard work and a little luck. the sugar bowl bakery today is a 60 million dollar business. >> this is country and we won come from all over the world the opportunity make sure that live a good life. we a push to allow american tree and it. we were caught. we obeyed the law while take care one another. the then we can be a
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successful any american who came before us. >> has it. but you for news. yeah. hard and smart were can really pay off. congratulations to them. and kron 4 continues to celebrate asian pacific and pacific or excuse me, asian american pacific islander heritage all month long. >> you can expect stories every week throughout the month of may. and mark your calendars to watch our 30 minute special that airs on thursday. march 26th at 06:30pm. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. the worriers light at chase center in their game 3 in game 3 of their playoff series against their playoff series against why hide your skin if dupixent has your moderate-to-severe eczema, or atopic dermatitis under control?
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just going make it even better. >> in fact, the country's foremost authority on tipping says they're both wrong. >> when i first started the tipping service relationship, i count a relatively weak relationship between customers ratings of service and the tips they left and that that would need to believe that perhaps just a very good consent to that. all this chart explains why researchers found that 85% of americans admit they're just following the social norm when they leave a tip that is they'll tip regardless of service quality because everyone else does. 60% of americans say they tip to avoid personal feelings of guilt. alternately social approvals. the main reason we took social approval and status consciousness have been at the root of american tipping from the start. lynn says the custom became woven into the fabric of the american economy. after the great depression of the 1930's. when the divide between haves and have nots was starkest, there's also well to do. americans have tipped since the country's
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earliest ace both thomas jefferson and george washington in their household ledgers kept records of having given 2 slayings, george foster, a former uc berkeley anthropologist argue the tipping of all to as a way to prevent envy on the servers. part what customers want to win. give coins to the staff were waiting on them the facts say, hey, be me. here's some money. you can have a drink on me afterwards. in fact, tipping is translated in many other languages as drink money or money for drinks in french. tipping is called poor blau literally for drinking. mack was scott acknowledged that he provide the same level of service regardless of tips. so what's the economic justification david lazarus?
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morning and welcome back to the kron. 4 morning news that start this half hour off with a look at our mother's day forecast. >> dave spahr standing by with the latest. good morning, david. good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. and, you know, really sweet. start to the day here. a little bit in continuing even at this hour, this the east bay shoreline,
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look at the blue skies, blue bay. >> what's the issue? maybe around noon, we make a little passing shower going on here. some scattered clouds both before and afterwards and watch out for those strong winds on shore. they'll be so a bit of a chill in the air will be today will feel tumble. then spring-like. this is we're talking about upstream. you can see it's a kind of falling apart a little bit as it marches sonoma county as we speak again, we're expected to run a new niche arrival on shore winds. well in the teens, we expect them pop in the 20's and 30's. no wind advisory has been posted for any of our region at all, even the higher elevations. but they may potentially pose a post something 50's going on for right now. not a lot of mercury movement beyond this point in the breakdown today, again, a passing little shower clearing out for the afternoon, chilly and breezy. look at your 4 zone forecast coming up in just a bit. stephanie, thank you, dave. >> the golden state warriors now lead the memphis grizzlies, 2 games to one after a blowout win in game 3 of the western conference
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semifinals. the game started off as a close one. the grizzlies had the lead at the end of the 1st quarter. but then the warriors came roaring back. steph curry led the way with 30 points. jordan poole added 27 of his own and it was just too much from memphis to handle the warriors win by a final of one for 2 to one 12. >> here's head coach steve kerr after the game. >> memphis is a a really fast athletic but on tape, we saw that it for you. a little more patient. and a little more poised that we could get some good shots. and i and i think you know, our players have adopted now to the to the that speed and the type of defense were facing and and that they did a great job tonight generating better looks. but it's 2 one long way to go. >> kron four's gayle ong was at the chase center and she spoke with fans about the
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victory. >> you didn't have to be inside chase center to feel the energy of people gathered here at thrive city hours before tipoff. >> getting here? early was key to watch game 3 of the western conference semifinal series. lawyers. fans gathered at drive city before ted by join live music. some made the trip from sacramento bee want to see how they go home with his 3rd game in los angeles born here, came into town for mother's day weekend. so it's going to be grey. whether you're watching the game from inside or outside chase center. these fans are hoping for the best. i'm more nervous and excited to another truth. i want to win that. the big game in last game was pretty emotional. we need to come out strong. well, we're going to miss gary, everybody we're going have a great game. >> what i think today is going to 19. i played i read it and blue body. >> and the band got the
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outcome they wanted. the lawyers will return back here at chase center on monday. you kron. 4 news. >> happening today, we're expecting more demonstrations in the bay area over the possible overturn of roe v wade, pro-choice advocacy groups are marching in berkeley at 02:00pm. the procession starts at the intersection of allston way. an mlk junior way and goes through the downtown area and the bans off our bodies. mother's day march happens today in sandra fell. that starts at the corner of the civic center and north san pedro at 3.30, this afternoon. abortion rights supporters marched in cities across the country saturday. it happened in new york, chicago all the way down to texas right now. nearly half the states in america provide abortion protections. if roe v wade is overturned federal level abortion protections for the state's will be eliminated. states like texas and mississippi would immediately ban abortion. a decision on this could come within the next 2 months. oakland police
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released photos of the 60 vehicles they tow during sideshows this week. police say they issued 17 citations, made 2 arrests and found one gun. they found they say the sideshows happened thursday night and friday morning on 5.80, hundreds of vehicles were involved. police say they've increased enforcement and they have a 0 tolerance policy for anyone participating in sideshows. san francisco is expanding its mental health resources for the homeless on friday, the city launched its new office of coordinated care. a team of caseworkers will assign resources to people experiencing a mental health crisis and connect those transitioning out of emergency care facilities to ongoing mental health services. according to the mayor. the goal is to help prevent people from falling back into a cycle of crisis. and a programming reminder on monday, san francisco dha submitting sits down with kron four's
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catherine heenan to answer your questions about crime in the city and the recall effort against him. the interview is live primetime monday at 09:30pm. you can submit your questions to our website. kron 4 dot com. we'll be right back. >> morning news. officials say wnba stars being wrongfully detained by russia. the response from her teammates and the wnba.
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>> wnba, all star brittney griner has now been held in russia for 75 days. white house officials say say that she's been wrongfully detained. michael fessler has more on how her team is dealing with their star player being gone. >> assisting. i love her. so it is tough to serve people. me not you know, stuff is on her family and people that they hear these things. and, you i just love her. i love her. and so i think about every day and i can't wait to see is back here with this new reaction from the teammates of wnba, all star brittney griner as they begin their regular season without the 6 foot 9 phoenix mercury center.
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>> griner still detained in russia after officials there arrested her in february in the moscow airport, accusing her of having cannabis oil in her back griner's initials and number will adorn every wnba court this season in a tribute to the star player this week, the state department revealing they now consider her to be wrongfully detained, a designation that elevates efforts to bring her home. >> her case will now be handled and is now handled. i'm buying that, sir. roger carstens or special presidential envoy for hostage those efforts to secure their release are ongoing just as our efforts to secure the release of americans who are to teams around the world. former u.s. ambassador to the un and international hostage negotiator bill richardson is reportedly working on griner's case at the request of her family. he spoke on news nation's banfield last week after the prisoner swap that brought back to team former marine trevor reed. besides
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griner, former marine paul whalen is also considered wrongfully detained. but now we have 2 more. we have to get out. all we want. >> another marine who's been unjustly detained and brittney griner, the basketball player who was septic to put an airport. so we've got more to do. >> and that was michael fessler reporting. >> alright, temperatures get it on the slug aside for today, even though we see quite a bit of sunshine. still lower 60's for those in the valleys. we'll delve more into this in your 4 zone forecast in just been keeping
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i'm making my way forward, my way with verzenio. ask your doctor about everyday verzenio. >> welcome back. we have dave spahr standing by with our weather forecast. dave, sure, we get the umbrellas out from on the day. you know, just in perhaps just happened is going to be a very brief event. however, we'll probably be interrupted. warm by cloud cover in the winds will be probably more intrusive this afternoon. interrupt this is what we've got going on. the east bay shoreline, sunshine with us. pretty much to start the day off. so it's like what's the hassle this afternoon? things change a little bit will get in that just a bit. by the way, up in the northern country there. look at that snow for tahoe. not just today. tomorrow into tuesday, the unsettled cooler weather hanging around there, too, prolonging the winter months for them. so that's good news. law call up there because we'll use it later this spring with the melting process in the summer. that advisory is until 11 tonight.
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that's above 7,000 feet could pick up perhaps a half foot of snow temperature. check for you 50's over most of the region. 51 for livermore. 53 san jose at the ballpark today. one 0, 5, game time. temps mid 50's just about all day. but variable clouds a little passing shower in chile with those winds. don't forget in for mom. as we keep mentioning. yes, we have that chance of little shower going on here. 60's inland 50's cover us along the coast. we got going on here. all right. those winda on shore, they are after the event is when actually they will pop a little bit this afternoon and then linger into the early part of next week. we have traffic coming in from the pacific early part of the week. then the latter portion of the week. we start to see a little high pressure starting to build a little bit. temperatures start to warm into next weekend. 80's will come back. it looks like on saturday, 4 zone forecast for mom today. 56 san francisco mid-fifties covers along the coast. bayside also in the middle mid 50's. so a lot of uniformity with temperatures like a winter pattern. mid
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50's even in the south, south bay, maybe getting some upper 50's working in here east bay shoreline to the south mid 50's also for tri valley. looks like 61 for walnut creek. vallejo at 56, 60 for napa. 63 fairfield and santa rose at 61 again. cold to start unsettled here could have some claps of thunder going on early part of the week. 87 expected by saturday responding to this. also warming up at the coast. >> all right. thank you, dave, for your health this morning. one in 5 people experience a mental illness or substance abuse problem in any given year may is mental health awareness month. our health expert karen owoc is here with some tips and how you can help yourself and the loved ones in your life. good morning, karen. good morning, stephan. a well, karen, people are feeling a lot right now. we're still in the middle of the pandemic. there's this possible overturn roe v wade and anxiety over this rise in anti-asian what can we do to take care of ourselves?
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>> well, first of all, that the statistics are staggering where we're talking over over half of all americans will suffer some type of mental illness in their lifetime. so we're talking nearly 170 million people. and we have 20 million people that will face some type of addiction. and in the worst thing is at 40 only 41% of all these millions of people receive treatment. and that's because it's either inaccessible or they suffer in silence. and so what can people do to empower themselves? >> make a if they know somebody that's struggling or if they themselves are struggling miss a mental health problems. >> so to get certified in mental health first aid. i don't know if you've heard of that, but there there is a course that you can take. you
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know, we have cpr courses. we know what to do. generally if we run into trouble, someone has a heart attack. there. they're ill in some way. we call 9-1-1. but what do we do when someone is is having a panic attack or you see they're having an addiction problem, maybe alcohol. what do we do? so this program, it was started in 2001. but a mental health professor and a health education nurse. and this course isn't a full day course on how to identify, understand and respond to the signs of addiction and mental illness. so that's one thing that we can do it. it's a great program. yeah. and walk us through this idea of mental health first aid as well. >> it seems to be some sort of action plan that people can take when they noticed through a difficult time. g
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>> right. so within this program, there are 4 steps to >> help. and that's an acronym h e l p and the h stands for it's stands for hearing them e stands for in gauging them. l is learning from them and then p is for planning with them. so it's not so much. you know. being direct in saying, well, what's wrong with you? it's it's really taking us off step and and hearing them out is often times the person that is suffering does not want to talk about. i deal with the veterans every day. they they are hesitant to expose that they are vulnerable to mental illness. and and that's what this whole mental health awareness pro a month is about. is that we remove some of that stigma of mental health. yeah, absolutely. sometimes the best thing one can do when they see somebody.
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>> potentially going through a hard time is just to sit there and be an active listener. and absolutely >> right. and you know, how can people learn more about their own mental health and do a good self check-in. >> so there you can actually do this online. there is a mental health screening and in its screens for anxiety, depression, postpartum depression, the emotional eating disorders and you can go online and take any one of mental health screening test. and it's a great first line defense. you when state you get the results, they're ours. there are resources that they will provide you because it's just the first step, you know, and once you get the results, the tweet, encourage they had get help from 88 physician or maybe some type of mental
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health provider. so just taking that first step in seeing assessing where you are in your mental health status. >> and what are some other free resources that people can turn to if they're struggling right now. >> well, there are also the crisis lines, an end. also. i just want to mention that the mental health first aid is also geared directly to veterans. there is a program directly for them because it involves or military culture. they're a little bit of a different breed. that's also good program within this mental health. first aid. but the suicide hotlines. they're also what we call warm lines. and that's not so much a crisis situation, but it's like it's open for someone that just need someone to talk to. you often times. especially during this pandemic. people really suffering because they were were really isolated. but
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those warm lines are are definitely an option for people that just need someone to talk to. you. >> well, thank you so much. karen owoc, our health expert here kron 4. we appreciate your time and thank you for joining us. you're welcome, stephanie. see you next week. and a reminder, of course, that if you know somebody or you yourself might be struggling right now, there's no shame in getting help. >> please reach out to the appropriate resources. there are so many out there that are free and there are people who want to help you. you are not alone. we'll be right back.
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try it for free at freestylelibre.us welcome back. >> take a look at this. san francisco firefighters and animal control rescued a baby fox from a construction site near oracle park on saturday. i'm not sure what that is. that right next to it said all right. you can see, as you just saw, it was it's little head was sticking out of the pipe before they got the animal free. they had to use of power tools, though, to get him out of there. not exactly sure how we ended up getting his head stuck into that pipe. but we're so glad that he's free now, animal control says that the little fox is doing well. so happy to hear that all smiles from that team. thank you so much to them for for making that a rescue there. well, still ahead in the next hour on the kron, 4 morning news and electrifying game 3 as the warriors beat the grizzlies. we show you how things unfolded inside the
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chase center. >> plus, gas prices keep soaring across the nation and now they're hitting record highs in the bay area. we have a live report on how prices are looking near. you. also a scary ordeal for shoppers as concord police investigate a mall shooting. what police know so far. please stay with us. the kron 4 morning news continues why hide your skin if dupixent has your moderate to severe eczema or atopic dermatitis under control? hide my skin? not me. by hitting eczema where it counts, dupixent helps heal your skin
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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 lynn. >> it's sunday. may a happy mother's day to you. we have a lot to get to this morning. let's start by getting a look at the weather with dave spahr. good morning, dave. stephanie, good morning. and good morning, everybody of beautiful start to the day. >> a little interruption by little passing shower. we have to keep in the forecast. blue skies, blue bay on so again, a nice start. but there it is.o upstream. >> just starting to make its presence known parts of sonoma county. we're expecting around the noon hour to get across the breath of the bay afterwards. this does clear out and we have some winds and which to deal with temperature. check for you. we've got the mid 50's from santa rosa through antioch,
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concord, down to san jose. but it's a popular number. 56 and carlos, by the way, this hour in 50 for half moon bay, contrast to 24 hours ago. well, were trailing almost a half a dozen degrees. but again, sunshine this afternoon will be nice. here are the winds as we speak right now. they are already in the teens. we expected to be with pockets of 20's and even maybe even some 30's as well popping up here. and there no wind advisory has been posted, but still keeping that in mind, what we look at the day ahead, noon hour or so. that's when little bout of some rain showers are then later in the day comes some of the heavier winds with some variable clouds. temperatures will try to scratch near about 60. you late summer, early spring. we've got it late in the seven-day forecast. stephanie. >> thanks very much, dave. developing news this morning. police in concord are looking for the person who opened fire in a shopping mall parking lot. it happened at the sun valley mall along contra costa boulevard after 10 last night. this is video from the scene in just a moment here. you're
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going to see shell casings on the ground. police say there have been no reports of any injuries. we have an update on the plane crash in moraine county that killed 2 people friday, a high school in sacramento released a statement saying the people on the plane. we're a student's mother and her friend officials have not yet confirmed their identities. you're looking at video taken from when the plane crashed on friday. very foggy out there. but weather conditions did clear up quite a bit on saturday. helping investigators piece together what happened. crews continue to remove the wreckage around conzelman road today. new this morning, gas prices in the bay area are at an all-time high for the first time ever. the average price of a gallon of regular is more than $6 and at least 2 bay area cities from fours camila barco is live in. sandra fell this morning for us. she's been speaking with drivers all morning. what if you heard camilla?
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>> well, stephanie, and just spoke to one driver here at the gas station valero. she tells me that she spent $67 to fill half her take that now she's anxious to get her hands on an electric vehicle because of these high gas prices behind me, you'll notice some of the gas prices here at valero. sandra fell. you notice if you pay with cash 6.12, for a gallon of gas. that's the lowest ill pay here. and you can go as highs $6 and $0.42 6.47, if you pay with cash, i mean its season with credit or debit at $6. that's the average new high here in sandra fell for a gallon of gas and places across the bay area are also about the same. take a look at this. the lowest amount you'll pay for regular gas in the bay area is in oakland, a gallon of gas. there will cost you $5.89 in san jose. it's about $0.2 more. we regularly gas and santa rosa will cost you
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$5.98 per gallon. and once you go to sandra fell in san francisco will start paying over let me put things into perspective. the national average is $4. and $0.31. >> the stage ave the state's average is $5.80 a year ago. people were paying a little over $4 to just get regular gas here in the bay area. but that's forward to this morning where gas prices in sandra fell and san francisco are at record highs. it especially across other cities as well. holly wallace, a driver i spoke to this morning, says that she thought about electric cars and cutting back on driving because of these high gas prices. here's what she had to say. >> i thought it was high a year ago. it was, you know, for something. so. this is this is you know, i wasn't going up around as much because of the pandemic. now i
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feel like i well, i don't because i actually do think do i want to go to that? it's it's, you know, in the east bay. and that's going to beat up a lot of gas. so, i think about it. >> now, according to triple a decrease in gas demand and rising oil prices have pushed pump prices higher. and stephanie, i did fill my own take just about an hour ago, $37 for half a tank. that's not too bad. but about a week ago it took me. i cost me $40 to fill a full tank out on the east coast so that it kind of gives you an idea as to how much californians are paying for gas compared to other parts of the country. back to you. goodness. well, i certainly hope you can expense out. camila. >> thank you so much for that live report. all right.
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meanwhile, the biden administration is defending its strategy to bring down gas prices for americans. our washington correspondent raquel martin has more on the ongoing challenges. >> the energy secretary tells us that president biden is using every means at his disposal to try and bring down the price at the pump. a problem. they continue to blame on the war in ukraine. but republicans argue that excuse doesn't hold up. >> the president is really doing everything you can u.s.. energy secretary jennifer granholm says the u.s. is working with countries around the world to bring down prices at the pump, even as the u.s. pushes europe to boycott russian oil and gas. everybody is trying to see how they can make up for those lost russian barrels. granholm says since putin's invasion into ukraine there are a million and a half fewer barrels of oil available to the global market. each day the president has asked for an
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increase in supply from our domestic manufacturers and has called for others to do the same around the world. granholm says by the end of this year, there should be roughly a million barrels of additional oil made in the u.s. to help offset rising fuel prices. and she says the u.s. must also speed up its conversion to cleaner energy sources because you don't see the same volatility with access to the sun or access to win. but republican senator john cornyn says americans can't afford to wait. the fact of the matter is renewables are not close. >> to be incapable of providing all of our electricity needs. cornyn says u.s. oil remains our most reliable energy source. don't be fooled, folks. iowa republican senator joni ernst blames the biden administration's energy policies for drying up domestic oil production. it is really biden's war on american energy that has been fueling the soaring cost. the republicans urge the president
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to restart the keystone pipeline and grant new oil and gas drilling permits to us oil companies. the biden administration says it will continue to release roughly 1 million barrels of oil from the strategic petroleum reserve. >> as it continues to try to ramp up production here in the u.s. ron washington, raquel martin, back to you. >> coming up on the kron 4 morning news may is wildfire preparedness month. we hear from state fire officials on how you can protect yourself and your property from wildfires. and the giants and fans honor buster posey before their win over the cardinals. the highlights coming up in 2 minutes.
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>> welcome back at oracle park, the san francisco giants beat the st. louis cardinals saturday afternoon. but the real show happen before the game. it was buster posey day at oracle park as the giants in the bay area. baseball community honored the former giants catcher posey, retired at the end of last season kron four's amanda hari was there. >> many fans told me they were excited to see buster posey back on the field today. but also a little bit sad. it's likely the last time we'll see him that the giants honored him about an hour before the first pitch. and even though it was early fans filled the stands.
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>> fans welcomed buster posey back with a standing ovation, thanking him for his 12 years with the team before retiring at the end of last season. this very sad >> also like he had a great the family is from oakland, but the kids have always been giants fans, director and keep teacher the preschool. got them into the giants when they were like 3 years old, even though they were growing up in oakland, they've been fans ever both of the any boys told me posey is their favorite player. buster posey is my favorite player by dyed my hair player. you just always like area saw on the field nd i carry was just always a really inspiring based on land pass. giants players and managers spoke during the pre-game ceremony honoring the 3 time world series champion and seven-time all-star. >> there was also a montage of his career, when posey finally took the podium to speak, he
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thanked the giants community for supporting >> some fans tell me, although they're sad to see him go. this is the start of a new chapter in giants history. he gets to say goodbye to san francisco >> we get to usher in the next generation giants pose. he did get to make to last catches. they were from his 2 oldest children. they threw out. the first pitch is. >> at oracle park, amanda hari kron. 4 news. >> meanwhile, the a's were in minnesota taking on the twins. oakland was trying to snap a 7 game losing streak. this one was a low scoring game. in the end, minnesota came out on top by a final of one to nothing. the 2 teams will play again today. first pitch is set for 11 10 this morning. >> austin by just one point. this is what's going on for today. looks like about 56. at 1 o'clock. there is that chance of a passing shower. we have the winds in the
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this afternoon. mid-fifties seem to be the number we're approaching here. 57 for antioch. 54. meanwhile, san francisco, here's the program that we expect for today. again, some scattered showers already by 1 o'clock. starting to clear out. don't forget those strong on shore. winds with us in the unsettled weather pattern that remains tonight monday and even tuesday, some of these little cells, it's a possibility they may be fairly dry but may produce a little bit in the way of some isolated lightning with that something to watch. the winds actually pop up after the event is we could see 5 o'clock quite active. as you can see, 20's and 30's. so dinner tonight for mom. want to keep this in mind as well. that will be a bit on the chilly side that will be breezy into your monday in monday night. so we're in the kind of like a fall feel early part of the week. mother's day here, early scattered showers, even the windsor star to make the camera shake a bit unsettled early. we cool 60 70's late week. the next weekend warm and sunny and we may even pop the 80's as early
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as saturday again for today. 56 san francisco matching for oakland. 58. meanwhile for san jose. the big board, some lower 60's for highs. that's about the best effort will have again warming up later in the week. that extended forecast your 4 zone all coming up in just a bit. stephanie. >> thank you, david. to have a jacket ready for mom? well, the possible overturn of roe v wade continues to make waves across the country here at home in the bay area. lawmakers are making moves to secure reproductive rights in oakland. a new bill is on the table that advocates say will protect abortion access. joining me now to talk about that is district 6 city councilman loren taylor. thank you so much for being here today. >> thanks for having me and happy mother's day to you and everyone else to watch. >> thank you very much. so, you know, to start things off. governor newsom, he's said that he wants to make a woman's right to abortion permanent in the state constitution. so where do you and your peers on oakland city council stand on that.
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>> so i have to begin by first acknowledging that i did not because that's the uterus, nor do i bear children. so i don't pretend to understand women across the country are feeling right now in the wake this pending decision. but i am a husband and a father and i want my wife and daughter to have the same command over their bodies. as i have over my it is a woman's right to choose what happens to her body and we must protect that. i know that my colleagues on the council are in strong agreement and we have to kind of fight row in a way that protects women here in oakland across the state and work towards doing that across the country as well. >> so walk us through the specifics of this new legislation that was just introduced a couple of days ago. >> yes, so there's proposal to make oakland a sanctuary city for reproductive rights through women's help. and i am fully supportive of that. we have to make sure that we are, as i said, really caught a
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fine those protections that have been in place from 50 years now, most of my peers, most of those who are likely watching this show, i don't know life without row. and now that we have an activist supreme court that is instead of providing justice merely serving the agenda. we have to work against that coming together in so doing what we can at this level to declare that and to also make sure that we have the resources in order to not just the clear the opportunity for access, but ensure that opportunity, the resources that are necessary to do that. >> and walk us through how a possible overturn of roe v wade would impact folks living in oakland, another specific groups that would be most detrimentally affected by this. >> well, we've always seen that the the most just portion access is on those women of color. those who are lower income. when we look at the
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impacts that are hat women who have resources are able to fly to different locations, travel in order to access services. but when we look at black brown, latino ap. i indigenous women. we know that they have disproportionate dot adversities when it comes to childbirth. we know that they struggle to get the health equities that exist and these additional barriers only serve to exacerbate the situation. what really what we're talking about, his life or death. decisions processes that are happening and we have to be able to protect the life of these women and their right for reproductive health and reproductive it. >> and have you had a chance to engage in conversations with, you know, abortion providers in the city of people who are involved in this line of community
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organizers. what's their response been to all of this? >> there is a mass mobilization really. looking out for those who are most at risk, those who don't have the education that's out there. part of what we see is that the lack of education also serves as a barrier and the intimidation factor that comes with that with these headlines, things that are coming forward. so it is heartening to join forces with these activists. those who have been in the trenches for decades, those who are working hard because we have to all come together at the community g3vernment side when it comes to different layers of government to make sure that we are not just. declaring this as a right and caught a fine it into law. but making sure that those resources, the access and everything are out there for our residents to take advantage of. >> and city councilman, how
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likely will oakland become a sanctuary city for women seeking abortion? >> i anticipate that there's overwhelming support on the council, overwhelming support across the city for this and eager to join forces to make sure that it is adopted and implemented in a way that really sets the course for what we could and should do. not only here in the city of oakland, but across the country. >> all right. so you're going to be discussing this and this idea will be up for vote on may taking public comment. >> yes, to this will be coming forward. 2 council there will be public engagement process. i expect a lot of folks to come out and make their voices heard and that we in oakland stand up for are women for women's rights, reproductive rights. and that's what you'll hear loud and clear when we do have a public forum. >> alright, oakland city councilman, loren taylor, thank you so much for your time this morning. thank you as well. all right. we'll be
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you're looking for a fun way to work out, may have the solution for ya. rich demuro got a hands on demo of the new video game. >> about 15 years ago we bowling put that console on the map. now nintendo is bringing back interactive sports. but this time on the switch.
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>> got the spare interactive bowling is back. and so is tennis. plus, soccer, volleyball, badminton and sword fighting. it's all in intend. those latest game called switch sports. the sequel to we sports comes more than 15 years later the time normal council video games at a controller with 2 joysticks unite the pad and a ton of buttons and something that was really simple. invited everybody into video games. christopher plante is editor in chief of the gaming site polygon. i think swissport we're going to be a hit. the game takes advantage of the unique detachable motion-sensitive controllers on the switch. nintendo calls them joy con. they translate real world movements into on-screen play. so you can bowl swing bloc and more. they also have this unique version of bowling with obstacles in the lane, which is really fun to play. this version is slicker than the original with
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more customizable characters and regular updates. it's just still very fun to pretend to bowl and you're living there for the first time. you can play online with friends, family members. or even complete strangers. and when you play online, you unlock new features costumes or accessories. you can get and you have new face mask, which is a very twenty-twenty to think there are 6 ports in all including fan favorite bowling along with soccer volleyball, badminton and swordplay. this was the trickiest to get the hang up. but they all make you smile and get you moving. just don't throw your controller into the tv, especially since joy comes just don't already have the wristband on it. i won't be surprised if a few people and destroy really nice tv is in the coming months. >> switch sports is available now. it's $40 for the digital copy $50 for the bucs version which includes a leg strap for better soccer shots. and by the way, golf will be added as
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a free update in the fall. if you want to link to the game, go to my website. it is rich on tech dot tv. i'm rich demuro and you are tech smart. >> well, you know, as a gamer myself, i my my my sci-fi gamestop all right. still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news, the warriors lineup chase center in game 3 of their playoff series against the grizzlies >> we have the highlights and fan reaction just ahead.
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>> good morning. welcome back to the kron. 4 morning news. let's start this half hour off with a look at our mother's day forecast. dave spahr is in the weather center with the latest. good morning, david. good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. we're still looking at quite a bit of sunshine in the morning hours here. sfo looking good at that, no delays being reported district to start things off. half moon bay been fighting some scattered cumulus this morning. >> and later on, probably as we approach the noon hour, they'll be more covering up the sun as we have a little bout of temporary showers. watch those winds later today. after all of that, there's the progress of it. looks like it's just making its way past point. raise a little bit there. and then upstream come the winds right now. here are the winds as we speak right now in the teens over most the district. and we expect them to 20's in the 30's in some selective spots. temperature check for you. we're in the middle 50's. that's kind of a good working number, very uniform with those temperatures too. 55 at 1 o'clock. 4 o'clock here come the winds, not much movement for temperatures for the game.
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mid-fifties versus the cardinals, a variable clouds, an isolated shower, chile. and for mom just making the notation of maybe some showers by the noon hour. but again, the winds watch that 60's and 50's at the coast. stephanie. thank you, dave. >> the golden state warriors now lead the memphis grizzlies, 2 games to one after a blowout win in game 3 of the western sept conference semifinals. the game started off as a close one. the grizzlies had the lead at the end of the 1st quarter. but then the warriors came roaring back to steph curry led the way with 30 points. jordan poole added 27 of his own and that was just too much for memphis to handle. the warriors won by a final of one for 2 to one 12. here is head coach steve kerr after the game. >> memphis is a a really fast athletic that but on tape, we saw that it for you. a little more patient. and a little
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more poised to that. we could get some good shots. and i and i think you know, our players have adopted now to the to the that speed and the type of defense were facing and and that they did a great job tonight generating better looks. but it's 2 one long way to go. >> kron four's gayle ong was at the chase center. she spoke with fans all about the victory. >> you didn't have to be inside chase center to feel the energy of people gathered here at thrive city hours before tipoff. >> getting here? early was key to watch game 3 of the western conference semifinal lawyers fans gathered at drive city before ted by join live music. some made the trip from sacramento bee want to see how they go home with his 3rd game in los angeles born here, came into town for mother's day weekend. so it's going to be grey. whether you're watching
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the game from inside or outside chase center. these fans are hoping for the best. i'm more nervous and excited to another truth. i want to win that. the big game in last game was pretty emotional. we need to come out strong. well, we're going to miss gary, but everybody we're going have a great game. what i think today is going to 19. i played i read it and blue body. >> and the band got the outcome they wanted. the lawyers will return back here at chase center on monday. you kron. 4 news. happening today. we're expecting more demonstrations in the bay area over the possible overturn of roe v wade. >> pro-choice advocacy groups are marching in berkeley at 02:00pm the procession starts at the intersection of allston way and mlk junior way and goes through the downtown area and the bans off our bodies mother's day. march also happens today and sandra fell that starts at the corner of the civic center and north san pedro at 3.30, this afternoon.
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abortion rights supporters marched in cities across the country saturday. it happened in new york, chicago all the way down to texas, right near right now, nearly half the states in america provide abortion protections. if roe v wade is overturned, federal level abortion protections for the state will be eliminated. states like texas and mississippi would immediately ban abortion. >> a decision on this could come within the next 2 months. >> police arrested a suspect or a shooting in santa rosa. 27 year-old brad james adams. >> is now in custody on an attempted homicide charge. the shooting happened thursday at the taco bell on mendocino avenue near santa rosa junior college. police say adams was in front of the victim in the drive-thru line when he started arguing and threatening the victim with a gun. police say after that adams shot the man and then drove away, the victim was seriously hurt but is expected to be okay. oakland police
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released photos of 60 vehicles they tow during sideshows this week. police say they issued 17 citations made 2 arrests and found one gun. they say sideshows happened thursday night and friday morning on 5.80, hundreds of vehicles were involved. police say they've increased enforcement and they have a 0 tolerance policy for anyone participating in sideshows. pleasanton man pleads guilty to stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars in pandemic relief funds. officials say 53 year-old javad will hob owned 3 home health and hospice care companies in alameda county. he got almost $300,000 in relief funds. well, ha the admitted in court he spent most of that money on personal use and on family members. his sentencing is set for august and he faces a maximum of 10 years in prison. an asian american own business celebrates nearly 40 years here in the bay area. sugar
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bowl bakery is one of the largest certified minority owned bakeries in the country. kron four's haaziq madyun shares this story of sweet success. >> you're looking at some of the most recognizable pastries and the bay area. madeline's hobby is and brownie bites all made by the sugar bowl bakery and asian-american family owned business that got its start nearly 40 years ago in san francisco. >> we came to the united states out. being in weapons, he in the 1970's, it was 1979 julie. it is for brothers left vietnam looking to restart their lives of the land of opportunity. united states of america. after surviving the journey, lee says there were more challenges that he and his siblings had to overcome. we came here with not thing. couldn't speak the language. we didn't have any money, but the lee family did have a very strong work ethic he enrolled
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in the city college of san francisco got an english tutor moved to san francisco state university where he graduated with a degree in business. the lee brothers and their wives jobs and decided to pool their resources saving up about $40,000 and 1984, we decided to buy a small coffee shop bakery neighborhood coffee shop, cause bake. be at the time francisco. at the end of that very first day of business, he says they are $300. that is when the leaves discovered their fridge inspired pastry treats were hit. here's the story behind the recipe and they not need. yes, my maya us. so they pay those a meaty fenske a, you know, he said because with sam boa abundance our culture. today, these cakes are produced in abundance. we a
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possibly want only and pieces a year after starting with about 12 workers, mostly family relocating to the east bay, the sugar bowl bakery now has around 600 employees working in their 2 factories in hayward and atlanta, georgia. >> and is one of the largest certified minority owned bakeries in america. earning the this special shout out by did president barack obama. >> with a lot of hard work and a little luck. the sugar bowl bakery today is a 60 million dollar business. >> this is country and we won come from all over the world the opportunity >> make sure that live a good life. we a push to allow american tree and it. we were caught. we obeyed the law while take care one another. the then we can be a successful any american who came before us.
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>> how's it? but you for congratulations to them. all of their well deserve success. well, may is wildfire preparedness month, which means it's time to get ready. >> and make sure you know how to keep your property safe. reporter rowena shaddox caught up with fire officials. >> trying to find a balance between living in beautiful forest hill, but making it safe. so we want the beauty and the nature. but in a safe way on wildfire preparedness day, about 150 placer county residents, including julie davis, we're talking about really getting reason become more residential and safer gathered information from the forest hill fire protection district and the forest hill fire safe council and how to keep their homes safe and fire. resilient embers are a lot of start of a lot of the fires and these wildfires, unfortunate people whose homes. >> and so there's things they can do to harden their homes. and, of course, make sure that the space around their home is defensible. so that if something does come through,
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that the fire, the fighters have a chance to defend their homes. will the bridge fire of last year burned more than 400 acres? it's something that people in placer county don't want to see happen again. >> with the devastating wild land fires of last year which destroyed thousands of homes. >> fire officials are hoping homeowner stay on top of their properties to ensure wild brushes whack down and cleared. lot of the homeowners have already done a lot of work. >> talk to others are just getting started. so you know it in any information that we can get them, that that helps him provide that different spaces is really the goal. the deputy chief says placer county is ranked number 2 in the nation for having certified firewise communities a title. they will work hard to keep. in forest hill rowena shaddox. >> all right. as we've been
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mentioning there, a couple of stray showers kind of working already their magic out to see here. got to keep it as a mention in the forecast, although it's a very minor event and we'll go back to clearing out. watch those winds this afternoon, 2 and a chilly mother's day. i'll have chilly mother's day. i'll have your want more from your vitamin brand? get more with nature's bounty. from the first-ever triple action sleep supplement... to the only 24-hour vitamin c to heart-healthy support every day. get more with nature's bounty. 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, it helps heal your skin from within, keeping you one step ahead of it.
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>> welcome back. we have dave spahr standing by with our mother's day weather forecast a day. >> good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. not about start to the day here, but got to keep mentioning
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that passing rain shower. that's really more cosmetic than it is anything else. and then after that, some winds, so buckle up a little bit could be a little chilly. some folks in joints in the early morning sunshine here at half moon bay fighting the cloud cover early on. but you see things opened up the little be interrupted temporarily by the system, which is also a player up in the mountains forecast says the next couple of days up in tahoe got a mention snow showers there. temperatures reduced to the 30's. finally graduating up in the 40's. by the time we get to wednesday as a result, there's a winter weather advisory been posted for tahoe. this is around until 11 snowfall amounts. that's going to be relatively modest about half a foot or so above 7,000 feet in elevation. there it is on radar. you can see out there from are in out to see this all drifting towards the south. putting sit around the noon hour to come across the breath of the midday mid 50's for temperatures now, 57 for antioch. 55. meanwhile, 4 san jose in total there it is all wrapped up, which means a good on shore. chilly breeze going
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on later today. those numbers will be in the 20's, even 30's with this, though, by this point, the sun will be we opened up a bit, but it isn't settled in the early part of next week keeping a chance of rain showers just about each day here with us as it makes another version or passing through here. also, again, some snows up in the higher elevations. we just talked about latter portion of the week. high pressure starts to build and temperatures start to move a little bit more so but not today. like a fall like day. 56 mid 50's along the coast and even the bay side of the peninsula all the way down to the south. 54 palo alto, the south bay will struggle to make it to about 60 61. morgan hill. 57 in cupertino. back to the mid 50's east bay shoreline. but even in london off to the livermore valley, also pleasanton dublin. 56 61 walnut creek. 62 concord looks like some 56 rather for vallejo with 63 for fairfield, 60 for napa and 61 santa rosa.
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so we start on that note. shelley unsettled early part of the week. latter portion of the week. we move up quickly by the time saturday gets here next saturday. 87 even warming up the coast. stephanie. >> very good. thank you, dave. now to the latest on the invasion of ukraine. people there are bracing for what could be a fierce russian assault. it's believed russia plans to take the city of mariupol by monday. that coincides with the 77th anniversary of the soviet union's victory over not see germany in world war. 2 today, president biden meets virtually with g 7 leaders and ukraine's president volodymyr zelensky. the leaders are expected to discuss the response to russia's war in ukraine and potential additional sanctions on moscow. >> has his desire to mark that as a day where he is victorious over ukraine. of course he's well, the expected to be marching through the streets of kiev. that's obviously not what is going to happen. >> and as you just heard from jen psaki there, some have
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speculated that putin could formally declare war on ukraine on monday. >> meanwhile, the pentagon is denying claims the u.s. gave intel to ukraine, which >> helped locate and blow up a massive russian warship in the black sea last month. kelli meyer explains. howitzers javelins helicopters. >> us continuing the flow of weapons into ukraine and its more than 2 month long battle against russia's invasion. u.s. sharing intelligence with ukraine leading to the killings of russian generals and taking down the flagship of russia's black sea fleet. the more than 70 days into the war us tonight, he gave specific intelligence or knew of the operation to take out the mosque. but officials say they are helping short of sending u.s. troops are jets. the pentagon adding this is still a war between russia and ukraine. now the u.s. versus russia. is this turning into somewhat of a proxy war between the u.s. and russia?
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the u.s. has been clear. it's not trying to escalate its involvement to provoke putin, but >> where is the line there? everything but troops and jets. this is a war that russia started on ukraine. it's a war choice mister putin chose to wage against the people of ukraine against the ukrainian armed forces. that's the war. and it doesn't matter how much mister putin wants to advance the rhetoric that it's somehow the west versus rush hour that his national security was threatened. it wasn't. and this war isn't. it's not about the west. it's not about nato. it's not about the united states. the pentagon wouldn't say if it would adjust u.s. troop posture in nato countries. >> in case russia decides to retaliate for continued support, ukraine, moscow taking notice of the helping hand from the u.s. saying they are aware of the intelligence being shared, blaming the steady flow of weapons from the u.s. and allies for slowing down its quote, quick completion of the operation, adding, quote, they are not capable of hindering the achievement of the goals set.
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>> first lady jill biden met with young ukrainian refugees at a school in romania. the children are continuing their education as the invasion happens just across the border, biden expressed admiration for ukraine's neighbors for stepping up to help people driven from their homes. >> the remaining people are amazing to welcome all these refugees into their homes and offer them food and shelter and give them their hearts and it's a i think the world knows that too. thank you. >> nearly 900,000 refugees fled from ukraine to romania since russia invaded in late february. wnba. all star brittney griner has now been held in russia for 75 days. white house officials saying she's been wrongfully detained. evan lambert has more on how her team is dealing with their star player being gone. >> assisting. i love her. so it is tough to serve people.
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like me not to you know, stuff is on her family and people that they hear these things and, you i just love her. i love her. and so i think about every day and i can't wait to see is back here with this new reaction from the teammates of wnba, all star brittney griner as they begin their regular season without the 6 foot 9 phoenix mercury center. >> griner still detained in russia after officials there arrested her in february in the moscow airport, accusing her of having cannabis oil in her back griner's initials and number will adorn every wnba court this season in a tribute to the star player this week, the state department revealing they now consider her to be wrongfully detained, a designation that elevates efforts to bring her home. >> her case will now be handled and is now handled. i'm buying that, sir. roger carstens or special presidential envoy for hostage those efforts to secure their
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release are ongoing just as our efforts to secure the release of americans who are to teams around the world. former u.s. ambassador to the un and international hostage negotiator bill richardson is reportedly working on griner's case at the request of her family. he spoke on news nation's banfield last week after the prisoner swap that brought back to team former marine trevor reed. >> besides griner, former marine paul whalen is also considered wrongfully detained. but now we have 2 more. we have to get out. all we want. >> another marine who's been unjustly detained and brittney griner, the basketball player who was septic to put an airport. so we've got more to do. >> that was evan lambert reporting. the wnba says it will honor brittney griner with a floor decal on the basketball courts while they wait for her safe return. we wait for her safe return. we will be right back.
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fanduel and draftkings, two out of state corporations for your wake of destruction. making big promises to californians. what's the real math behind their ballot measure for online sports betting? 90% of profits go to the out of state corporations permanently. only eight and a half cents is left for the homeless. and in virginia, arizona, and other states, fanduel and draftkings use loopholes to pay far less than was promised. sound familiar? it should. it's another bad scheme for california.
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look at this. san francisco firefighters and animal control rescue this baby fox from a construction site near oracle park saturday. not sure what that giant frey is doing next to its head. maybe that's the first place. you can see it. you saw the head of the fox sticking out of the pipe before they got free. they did have to use some power tools
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to get him out of there. but fortunately all ended. well, animal control says that the fox is a happy and healthy. so some happy news. their days. >> i'm just trying to reposition myself because i'm not on the setting the first homicide of this desk. he wrote her now. oh, ok, whether kind of get together here in a way, yes, glad somebody thinks, oh, wow, okay. she's been hearing things. know. i just mentioned care about this. a little cosmetic rain. it's not like a major deal, but i want to point out the 2, 3 hours, you know, lunch on the patio with might be a little dicey there because it's also chilly, too. so that's we're watching after debate that looks wonderful. there's a postcard for you right there. winds, futurecast. let's go forward with this and you see them pop well in the business of the 20's, that's today tonight in a little bit into tomorrow. so watch out for that. no wind advisories or anything like that. but it is noted there
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for afternoon forecast. temperatures holding in the upper 50's 10 degree drop from where we were yesterday. just handing over to future cast. real quick. there's that bout of rain. that's a little bit overdoing it. just a touch. but that gives you a general idea at the wrong. but let me try to get you the seven-day forecast. buckle up. here we go there. it is. just want to mention we warm up by next saturday. how about that? it will be spring coming back again. stephanie. all right. sounds great. will have a jacket ready for mom. that's it for the kron. 4 morning news. i'm stephanie lynn, have a great day.
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