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on. your one little big lie. >> from the bay area's news station. you're watching kron. 4 news at 6. >> at 6 cleanup now complete following the small plane crash in the marin headlands that claimed the lives. >> of the 2 people who were on board. good evening. welcome to kron. 4 news at 6. i'm noelle bellow and i'm dan thorn. we're learning more about who was on board as the ntsb continues to investigate what caused this crash. kron four's taylor. but sacking has the latest. >> this area of conzelman road near the side of the plane crash is now reopen to the public. the ntsb remove the plane sunday afternoon for further investigation. >> we now know the identity of one of the 2 victims in
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friday's plane crash and marine had winds near slackers hill. according to a new statement by jesuit high school in sacramento, one of the victims is jennifer fox, a mother and also wants of students there. the statement continues to say that jennifer and her friend died in the crash golden gate and ps says they were a private 2017 of and aircraft rv 10 when he crashed into the hillside northwest of the golden gate bridge. friday's conditions made it extremely hard for investigators to locate the plane and may have contributed to the cause of friday afternoon's crash. the ntsb remove the plane on sunday for further investigation into the cause of the crash. >> we reached back out to the marin county sheriff's coroner's division for information regarding that second victim but have not heard back yet in marin county, taylor bisacky kron. 4 news. >> to the east bay now where emeryville police arrest a man early this morning after a standoff with the sonesta hotel. police identified the man as 29 year-old michael to reynosa of richmond.
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investigators say he was seen pacing around the hotels hallway with what looked like a modified shotgun after police lost contact with him for about 30 minutes. they sent in a drone and they say they found him asleep on a couch in someone's office. that's when police moved in. took him into custody without any issues. alameda county deputy is recovering tonight after a suspected drunk driver crashes into their cruiser. here's a look at the damage of those vehicles. the sheriff's office says this happened around 4.30, this morning when the driver ran a red light near 16th and foothill in oakland. police say the driver was not injured and was arrested at the scene. the deputy was taken to the hospital but is expected to be okay. >> take a look at this footage. a suspected drunk driver in oregon city, oregon crashed into a dozen vehicles in this shopping center parking lot over the weekend. officials say crashed into 2 businesses as well. the driver was arrested at the scene. police say he was the only person injured in the
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incident. back here in the bay area. an oakland man believes he is the latest victim of goat theft. ken houston says his 2 goats were changed to offense, but that didn't stop the thieves. he woke up saturday to find a massive cut in the fence and the 2 goats gone. he believes the thieves. lord those goats away with pig pen food, houston, it uses the goats to work with the oakland beautification council and with several bay area cities on fire mitigation, one of the goats as white with brown spots. the other brown with black spots. police have not released any information about the alleged theft at this point. developing news tonight, while the warriors beat the grizzlies at chase center last night, the semi-final game did feature the series 3rd ejection and as many games. and tonight, a memphis weather man's reaction to that age action. >> is at the center of social media controversy after he tweeted a law, a term, a daylong race's history. grisly forward. kyle anderson was ejected in the 4th quarter of
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last night's game for arguing with officials. that's when joey sulipeck, the chief meteorologist at fox 13 in memphis tweeted to complain about warriors forward. draymond green's on-court behavior. the tweet included a term that has been used for a long time to denigrate people of african descent. today warriors head coach steve kerr was asked if he was surprised by the tweet. >> does it surprise me that a weatherman would tweet as a slur, a dream in 2022? not in the slightest bit. this is this is america. this is this is how we operate. >> dream on responded to the slur on instagram writing, quote, are you surprised? don't apologize. stand on it. the tweet and solid packs twitter account have both been deleted. time now to get you a first look at your 4 zone forecast live look outside san francisco. well, it was a live look outside of this seems we
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might have an issue with our state our count their that was a little bit issues must be the wind. a yeah. what what's happening with that wind? yeah. a lot of wind and for the record i love draymond green. okay. >> take a look. >> and the wind advisory in effect right now for solano county, vallejo and benicia. you're currently under that because the winds out of the northwest 40 miles per hour or less and we're tracking breezy winds along the coast 30 miles per hour. sustained winds of that cool sea breeze, oakland, 28 miles per hour. wind speeds calmer for fairfield out there right now. but we could see gusts through 8 o'clock tonight. so just keep that in mind going to get very breezy out there. and we are going to continue to see those gusty winds throughout tonight. but calmer for your monday. so we could see winds out of the northwest 20 to 30 miles per hour. >> but below that wind advisory level threshold. so wind gusts, they're going to be on the calm side, but radar for going to track another
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round of very light scattered hit or miss showers. so the winter weather going to continue with temperatures 5 to 15 degrees below average. futurecast for though, we could even see some light mountain snow in the highest peaks not just for the north bay mountains, but even for mount hamilton as well. so if you see a dusting of snow, no, your eyes are not deceiving. use light scattered hit or miss showers. slight threat of pop up. thunderstorms were really just tracking a 10th of an inch of rain or less. details ahead on your full work week forecast coming up in just a few minutes. stand. well, back to you. thank agrees just in time for mother's day, a new study finds many americans secretly admit. >> to being a mini me. >> of their moms. for me, my brothers actually tell me this a lot. and they surveyed more than 2000 adults and found 73% say they are just like their mom. yeah. half believe that they share a sense of humor. about 2 thirds said they have similar personalities and one in to say they even share parenting styles. one big difference, career choices with have saying that they've
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chosen a different professional path than mom. and despite the differences, 76% say they still look to mom for advice and call them 4 times a week. on average. need to up my calls. think that 2 or 3, i call him for advice. it's important. yeah, they've lived well, not just for advice but to see how they're doing exactly to me. that's right. well, if you're this morning, buying some flowers for mom, you likely saw they were much more expensive this year. it's because we're in the middle of a world wide flower shortage. yeah. it stems from a decrease in demand during the pandemic. >> sydney high burger shows us how flower shops are coping with the thorn in their side. >> during this busiest time of the year. >> thank you for calling bloom burton its busy season at flower shops around the nation. and florists are working overtime because man was also lower. we didn't need as many flowers and now we're seeing an uptick in demand. again. emily cowan says in the height of the pandemic,
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farmers didn't have enough people to take care of the plans, forcing them to rip some out. now they're feeling the effects before. then we had a lot of really like specific arrangements. and now we've kind of switched to doing more of these designers choice. >> and just give us colors and style. and just like they talked you about supply and demand, fewer flowers. one of 75 gone up means they'll cost you more before the pandemic. one road stem would cost you $4. >> now it's 5 that might not sound like a big increase. but when you consider buying something like this. >> that will cost prices of bloom high enough that some people have decided to forgo mother's day flowers altogether. >> and cut back on their gardening hobbies. >> i'm not buying as many flowers now to and i can take part thorn in your wallet, but the same way to show mom, you care. sydney, high burger.
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>> coming up tonight at 6 bay area moms and right. tissues advocates were out today. >> demonstrating against the supreme court's leaked just decision on roe v wade. >> but first, the search continues tonight for any more possible survivors after russian forces bomb a school sheltering ukrainian refugees. dozens are already feared dead.
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>> welcome back. now to the latest on the war in ukraine. dozens feared dead today after authorities say a russian bomb hit a school that was serving as a shelter for about 90 people in the eastern part of the country. the mayor of the town says 30 people have been rescued from the rubble so far, but he's doubtful. there are any other survivors. this is all happening while the first lady is in ukraine meeting with that country's first lady. this is the latest in a series of high-profile u.s. officials visiting the war torn country to offer u.s. support the 2 0st ladies. >> met at another school. now housing people displaced by the war. and the visit comes on the cost of a potentially pivotal week as putin is expected to use tomorrow's victory day celebrations as an opportunity to ramp up the war. >> today, the ukrainian ambassador to the u.s. said she predicts putin will use monday's events to recruit more soldiers to fight. we're preparing for every cent. i hold that. then it will be evident for all to all
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russians. >> what they're doing in ukraine, it's an aggressive war. and the question is of a to have more tense of thousands dying in ukraine for no reason. >> you are just people of the united states stands the i'm not asking for troops on the ground but to make sure that ukraine can expel russia and that a war criminal in the eyes of the world. >> in an effort to deter escalating russian aggression u.s. and g 7 partners announce new sanctions targeting russian oil imports. dozens of banking executives and even 3 television stations. they're in russia. >> and let's take a look at today's mother's day. forecast highs. i know on the chilly side, 5 to nearly 15 degrees below average. cool weather going to stick around for your work if you've been living with heart disease, reducing cholesterol can be hard, even when you're taking a statin and being active. but you can do hard. you lived through the blizzard of '96...
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>> welcome back to the kron. 4 news at 6 marches against the supreme court leak on roe v wade ramped up across the country this mother's day as you can see here. yeah, i'm here at home. one was held in the north bay where dozens gathered for a bans off our bodies rally and march kron four's gayle ong has the story from sandra fell. >> dozens of people gathered on the corner of civic center and north san pedro streets in sandra fell on mother's day sunday. erica fisher brought her young children to make her
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point about abortion rights. having the experience having to make that decision as to when i was >> i was able to have that choice when i was 16. and i think that that choice is just so important for people to have. >> and for that to be at risk is is just. >> it's not happening in california. abortions are protected under state law. but the people here worry about those who don't have a that trans the right, right, right. those who showed up shared personal stories and some just wanted to show their support. we have so long to get rights for women and >> its 2022. and it's about time that we get it. >> equal rights as everyone else so important that everyone has this access to health care and control their own bodies and not the government telling us how to
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control or a body and not want to over populate the world with babies that, you know, aren't ready to be here yet when they're already so many children here that need loving families and help the people in other states who are going to start coming over to our clinics. our clinics are going to get overwhelmed. we need to make sure that they have the proper resources and organizers want to keep the conversation going after this event. they are planning more protests in the near future reporting from sandra fell. gayle ong kron. 4 news. >> you can, of course, stay connected with kron 4 on our website and our free apps for the very latest on the supreme court and roe v wade, all you have to do is scan the qr code that see on your screen. it will take you straight to that section of our website. >> all right. let's get a check now on our 4 zone forecast. we're taking a live look at the golden gate bridge. kind of a hazy sunshine out there today. much cooler today as well. yeah, definitely. and that when stuck around as us, you us our
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haha. take a look at your upcoming work week forecast. not going to be as breezy tomorrow, but still. >> around 30 miles per hour or less with radar for it. >> showing very light scattered hit or miss showers in the forecast. continuing monday, even into tuesday of this upcoming week. >> this next storm is going to be a little bit more unstable than what we saw today. so we do have the threat of pop-up thunderstorms and if any do form the possibility of hail as well, and we could even see snow levels dropped as low as 3,000 feet for our highest peaks in the north bay mountains. and even for those of you over mount hamilton by later on monday. so let's track these storms because really going to be very light scattered hit or miss in nature. so temperatures still going to be on the cool side. 5 to 15 degrees below average until we start to dry out and warm up by your wednesday afternoon. but as you can see now going to be a big drought buster, about a 10th of an inch of rain or less for santa rosa, few 107 inch of rain for the rest of the bay area. but we are tracking breezy winds out there. solano county. you
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do have a wind advisory in effect through 8 o'clock tonight. but temperatures widespread mid 50's out there right now and we are seeing upper 50's for oakland. so the one outlier at 58 degrees in santa rosa. >> barely in the low 50's at fifty-two degrees with overnight lows in the 30's and 40's. so cooling down in the upper 30's for santa rosa and napa. but temperatures very similar to what you saw today below average by 5 to 15 degrees. take a look at that temperature swing by next weekend. 5 to 15 degrees above average as we warm up 30 degrees from tomorrow into saturday and sunday with temperatures, low 90's inland. back to you, dan and well. >> but recent thanks a lot. coming up in sports, the memphis grizzlies biggest are likely out for tomorrow night's game with the warriors. sports director jason dumas striking down what this means. the deaths are up 2 games to one in this year. s.
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>> and now kron 4 sports. >> a nice a nightmare scenario could become reality for the memphis grizzlies on monday night. by now, we've all seen the play memphis head coach taylor jenkins and john they say this play was out of line when jordan poole grab that john me right there. all i know is the theatrical of this series has for sure got out of line. i just want to be about basketball again. unfortunately, john morant has been listed as doubtful for tomorrow's game.
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>> this is what says, where medical teams said after reviewing the play mean, joe was playing great feeling real you know, the rather than the is what the potential why we took job, the game. so nothing changed from there on terms of that was the play that triggered this. and, you know, he's got further evaluation going on. that's job on talking with his knee. but from what i've been told, probably really good chance he doesn't play tomorrow. >> that's really unfortunate. i'm not sure about all that other stuff is talking about. but this was bound to happen sooner or later. warriors assistant coach mike brown will be leaving the golden state bench at the end of the season. the sacramento kings have agreed with brown on a four-year contract become the franchise's next head coach brown will be looking to end the longest playoff drought in nba history. in return, the kings to the postseason for the first time and get this 16 years. he will finish the warriors playoff run before moving to his full-time duties with the kings before coming
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to golden state around one in eastern conference championship and coach of the year award with lebron james and the cavs. the giants looking to split the series with the cardinals mother's day at oracle park. bottom of the second giants down to. >> late night lamont. but he did this in the daylight, the motley junior and rockets, one into center. his first home run of the season. that makes sense because he just came back ties the game. bottom of the 6th. there you go. mike yastrzemski gets all of that one. splash shot in the recovery cove. that was the go ahead, homer. and guess what, the giants go on to win this one. 43, they'll host the rockies starting with a three-game series tomorrow. the a's. taking on the twins looking to avoid the sweep, some nice hat. bottom of the 3rd twins down a run 2 4. jorge polanco and the flares
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it into left. the tying run scores the go ahead. run scores. minnesota takes the lead a fall. 43, they have lost 9 straight games is hasn't been. it hasn't been a fun a week and a half or the a's. back to though warriors are though. yeah, it's like the series become like a w w ii match. so physical on draymond suspending gather. >> kicked out of game one. dillon brooks kicked out of game 2 game 3. they're talking about this play with jordan poole and john moran. garrity. was it not dirty? it's unfortunate that we haven't really talked much basketball now. that's right. you know, it is unfortunate, you know, to see a player get hurt, it's good news for the warriors going into the game tomorrow. they lose the head of grizzlies. best player goes. that is like the head of the snake right there. yeah. haha. well, i guess well, i mean, we'll keep watching obviously and continue to give updates on the games will be there tomorrow. kylen mills and myself will have. >> live coverage from 3 until
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the end of game. so we've got you covered tomorrow from a chase center. >> stick with us all night and tomorrow as well. it's about time we've got for tonight here on kron. 4 news at 6 o we have much more for you today. we've got a a and and sports night live in hoopsession later. stick with us. we'll see that later.
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