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app. yeah. good morning. as long as we got the map because the wind yesterday was the catch for any mothers day thing you may have been doing. >> good news today is although breezy not near as windy as yesterday was golden gate bridge. sure does look beautiful. we've got some bright skies on it this morning. we are all in the midst of some calm weather for the bay, even though there's rain and snow to our north up in our upper elevations along the north coast. so enjoy this calm, start. we are definitely cold. so bundle up as you're getting out there. 40's 50's for most of us, some 30's in the north bay in fairfax, santa rosa and petaluma though. so do put those extra layers on you. pair it with winds at around 10 miles per hour for your gusts right now, does make it feel a little bit colder. speaking of those winds are bridges this morning under some wind advisories and the bay bridge, not just that, but we saw an incident there earlier that did have one of our lanes affected. it sent this back up. well, through the toll plaza all the way back through the maze. it has
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lightened since last time i spoke with we peak at around. 35 minutes to get you from the maze to fremont street. now we're dying down to 27 san mateo bridge looking. okay. definitely some traffic, but things are rolling at the limit and doing okay through to to the richmond center fell bridge. just have that wind advisory up there. but making your crossing, you're a-okay, golden gate bridge is beautiful this morning. under that sunshine 20 minutes from 37 to the tolls. james, thank you very much, john. let's get to some breaking news from overnight. san francisco fire officials apparently had to rescue somebody from the water near the ferry building. >> it was just after midnight that the san francisco fire department tweeted out that their paramedic rescue team was performing cpr. they haven't given that any more information since then. we'll keep you updated as we find out more. also developing news in the east bay. we have opened police now investigating the circumstances surrounding the after a body was found last night. so this body was found a little after 7 on grizzly peak boulevard, right near
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tilden park police trying to figure out how the person died. they say they're not releasing the victim's name at this point. they're still conducting their investigation. so we'll have more hopefully if they release more information today. >> is now contained at the rose hotel and san francisco. this broke out last night around 10, 30. san francisco fire department got there. put it out. nobody was hurt, but people were displaced by this and they're still investigating the cause. we have the latest developments on the plane crash that happened in the marin headlands killing 2 people. the wreckage has been clear. the areas now reopen to the public. they're still trying to figure out exactly why the plane went down. it was a small plane that went down of the renn county sheriff's office just released the names of the 2 people killed. sacramento, 57 year-old michael breyer and 52 year-old jennifer fox. >> in the east bay emeryville, police have arrested a man sunday morning after a
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standoff at the sonesta hotel. so police identified him as 29 year-old michael to reynosa of richmond. investigators say he was seen pacing around the hotels hallway with what looked like a modified shotgun. police watched him for a bit trying to find a good opportunity to engage with them. but after about a half hour he disappeared on them. so they sent in the drone which was able to locate him asleep on a couch in someone's office. that's when officers went in and arrested him. >> in alameda county, a deputy is recovering after a suspected drunk driver ran a red light and crashed into their patrol car. this happened on 16th avenue at foothill in oakland yesterday. and here's pictures of the aftermath. deputies say that the driver was drunk going very fast and crashed into that deputy's suv. the driver was not injured and was arrested at the scene. the deputy had to go the hospital but is expected to be okay. we have an update on the shooting
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that happened and in the parking lot of the sun valley mall in concord. that shooting happened around 9 o'clock saturday night when 2 groups started firing at each other and then left the parking lot. when police got there, they found shell casings all over the parking lot. several cars that were parked there had been hit by bullets. so far, though, police have not found the shooter. they also have any additional victims victims. so they don't know if anybody was hundreds of people throughout the u.s. marched on mother's day as the fight over roe v wade continues in the north bay, dozens gathered for a rally and march on the corner of civic center in north san pedro streets in sandra fell. >> and although reproductive rights are protected here in california, people at that rally say they're worried the supreme court's decision might reverse protections for other groups like the lgbtq community. >> we have so longeto get rights for women in this way, its way to all time that we get equal rights as everyone else. so important that
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everyone has this access to health care and control their own bodies and not the government telling us how to control or a body. >> organizers of the rally want to keep the conversation going after this event. they're planning to hold more protests in the near future. >> did nation is still reacting as well to that lee supreme court ruling. we're seeing protests around the country and also we're seeing a capitol hill by lawmakers democrats really pushing. >> to pass legislation that would, in essence codified the 1973 landmark ruling into federal law. but and work. he says that's going to be an uphill battle. she has the latest from dc. >> good morning. senate majority leader chuck schumer says the senate will vote on a bill this week that would make roe v wade a federal law and even though the vote is expected to fail. schumer says he wants every senator's position to go on the record. >> this is a constant fight that we've had for generations. house speaker nancy pelosi says democrats
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are prepared to fight for abortion rights is about something so serious and so personal and so disrespectful of women. on wednesday. the senate is expected to vote on the women's health protection act, which would protect abortion access nationwide. but the bill which already passed the house doesn't have the support of all 50 senate democrats or senate republicans, including south carolina senator lindsey graham. my democratic friends are trying to pass them wednesday. >> that will allow more shun right up to the day before the babies delivered. we're not giving up. we will never give ent still. democrats say they want to get every senator on the record. we need to make sure that every single voter understands that the republican party and mitch mcconnell does not believe that their daughters, that their mothers, that their sisters have right to make fundamental life and death decisions. and minnesota democrat amy klobuchar says the fight will continue to
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november. if we are not successful. >> then we go to the ballot box. we marched straight to the ballot box and the women of this country and the men who stand with them will vote like they've never voted before. >> schumer says he'll file cloture on monday teeing up a vote in the full senate on this bill for wednesday. for now in washington, i'm anna wiernicki. back to you. >> it's 7, 0, 7 and oakland city council members are working to make the city a sanctuary for women's health and reproductive rights. following the roe v wade draft opinion legislation was introduced that would declare oakland a right to choose sanctuary city. it calls on the state of california and alameda county to ensure adequate funding for reproductive health care, including abortions. >> we have to make sure that we are, as i said, really caught a fine those protections that have been in place from 50 years now 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
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declare the opportunity for access, but ensure that opportunity, the resources that are necessary to do that. >> the legislation is going to be voted on by the oakland city council on may 17th. >> happening today, metta is opening its first brick and mortar retail store in burlingame instilled a different kind of tech gizmos for you. if you're interested covers will tran is live with a peak. >> and what they've got high will. and don't call a facebook because you will give your age james and area away because the new kids moving forward. it is known as meta. >> mega store right behind me. brick and mortar. yes, you can go on facebook and see what your neighbors up to. but you can also go down here and show off its going to cost you a little bit of money. but they have products for sale and will be available in just a couple of hours from now. we've got a sneak peek. we sent our very own justin campbell inside the location a couple of days ago. so he got to see what's going on. a
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couple of key things that you need to know. they have something called portal products which will allow you to video conference. you know, it just have to give it a shot. i guess. i mean, we already video conference but facebook, this is their little twist on it. so we'll see what happens even if you get it from a james. my birthday's coming up, i still will turn up the video screen because nobody needs to see me in my pajamas. so there you go with that. but if you want to multitask about ray bans, right summers around, it's super sunny right now they call it ray bans stories calling glasses. they call them brave and stories a little bit different as well. these are not your dad's ray bans. these rain bands will have a camera on there. you can video you can record video. you can take pictures. you can listen to music. you could even take phone calls right out of james bond. not sure how much that will cost because that will depend on the style that you won. how cool you want? probably not
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cheap. mark zuckerberg, they become a billionaire for nothing will just have to wait and see. the store is right behind me. and i'm looking for people who are coming down. maybe there will be a line. i love to talk to you about that, but don't call it facebook eyes. it's meadow. but facebook will more than happy to allow you to send friend requests anytime you want. you can also probably do it on your rave and stories allow get more and more connected with more and more devices every day. thank you. well, 7.10 right now. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. where are the goats to goats stolen from oakland and the owner believes that whoever did it really planned, it will tell you why. >> and why are the prices going up again at the pump? and how much are they going up? we're going to take a peek. >> at what we're paying more than 6 bucks a gallon in some spots. >> and temperatures have just been going down the past few days, but we're about to reverse that towards the middle of this week. so enjoy little cool down while last some 50's 60's today. couple of sprinkles possible, too.
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>> 7.13, and look at what's back snow in the sierra now yeah, the live look here. there's a live camera 88 kingville and you can see caltrans hasn't had a chance yet to really clear the roads and this is what people are dealing with as they were coming up for mother's day
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weekend wasn't pretty yeah. >> i'm just it almost looks like it's falling there right often on. we'll see what we have to deal with. saga has a look. >> whiteout conditions in the sierra just got to get down the with causing disruptions on mother's day. i'm thinking, well, this may that's mineral spring. you you plant flowers after mother's day right? in the sierra. not this year. >> and that the higher elevation was covered with snow and with temperatures below freezing. so with the beautiful sight. >> what a difference. 6,000 feet james whitfield returning home to reno. i love it because of the snow that i can see on the mountains, not underneath my tires. >> but 5th time making a pit stop acting bill gas station for change. >> even though the spring storm wasn't as strong as the ones we've seen over the past few months. it certainly did cause some damage. >> be hoping this driver who drove off the road into a
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ditch. luckily no one was injured. and this was one of many spinouts and jackknifed along i-80 because drivers off guard. >> forcing them to slow dfwn in chain up this. okay. we had met people here, you know, make new friends who said a snowstorm could bring people together. only you had left an hour to earlier. that's where time is everything. my time is definitely on. >> timing is everything. when it comes to snow and everything for sure. yeah. got to pick those best times to head up or down from the sierra. in fact, john's been follow. the forecast for sunday was mentioning u.s. mention, too, as well. that story was playing that i think is supposed to pick up again this afternoon. yeah. some light flurries right now. yeah. even right now some light flurries up there seems like mother nature's things off to this winter season. we were dry for january february march and then all the sudden we get a little bit later in the year when you're supposed to worry about than we see it a little bit more wintery than it ever was back then. >> we did see some new
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snowfall yesterday for mother's day. diamond peak. you can see that they're at the deck as well as out there. but the lakeshore and even more of it later on today, winds whre the big thing here in the bay area yesterday. and even though we're still breezy not near as much as yesterday winds will max out at around 25 miles per hour at the most today, 10 to 15 miles per hour gusts elsewhere. so not an excessively windy one. we are still seeing some light flurries up there in the sea air. those are going to pick up later on today. bay area quiet for the time being until you head up into the lake and mendocino county mountains where we're seeing some light sprinkles and even some light snowfall in those upper elevations this morning. still in the midst of this dip in the jet stream that's bringing us this big cool down and our unsettled pattern that continues both today and tomorrow. you may see a light sprinkle or 2 today, although that potential does down from yesterday. just don't be surprised if you feel a couple of raindrops. we are also going to see that snow picking up in the sierra yet again, a few more inches to be seen up there this afternoon into tonight, leading into tomorrow
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morning. tomorrow, the last of our cool and partly cloudy days may see a couple sprinkles on tuesday before a dry one on wednesday and are plenty of sun and temperatures starting to warm up that will set us up for a really hot weekend around the corner. so if you like the cool feel today, tomorrow, beautiful days to step out and enjoy with the light jackets, the sweaters ready to go. foster city, san carlos, redwood city, each at 61 for your highs. san jose. 62 today. one of our warmer spots upper 50's in the tri valley. normally this time of year, your 70's, if not a tease, walnut creek, 61 and then are very warmest antioch, pittsburgh, fairfield, vacaville at 63 degrees for your highs today, you'll add 30 degrees on top of that for inland areas. by the time we reach saturday from the low 60's low 90's this weekend, bayside areas rise from the 60's to the low 80's by saturday. coastal areas nearing 70 by the weekend as well as far as we go in our bridges, definitely
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for easy. we have wind advisories on many of them. we had an earlier incident on the bay bridge and that set you back to 35 minutes that the worst we've seen improvements. now we're down to 21 minutes to get you from the maze to fremont street there on the bay san mateo bridge. it's picking up here at 16 minutes now. and we are also seeing the richmond center fell bridge picking back up, not much of a backup at the toll plaza. things are actually moving fine. and the golden gate bridge just looks beautiful. under those clear skies and not all that windy either. right along the golden gate, daria. >> thanks, 7.18, for your money this morning. elon musk reportedly wants to launch a new twitter product called x and consumer debt soared in march. jane king is live at the nasdaq. oh, boy, if he if you put that radar contacts were not to believe letter anymore. any like saks the model base >> so let's talk about the debt first because americans are racking up debt at record rates. the federal reserve says consumer debt levels for
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march climb by 52 billion dollars of cent annual increase of 14%. now revolving debt. so that includes credit cards up 21% over last year. mortgage rates in the u.s. resume. their upward climb, reaching the highest level since august of 2009 freddie mac says the average for 30 year loan jump to 5.2 7% last week. mortgage rates are up 2% since the beginning of the year. and the summer surge in wheat prices looming in grocery stores and restaurants. the bread industry warning of some sticker shock. perhaps the war in ukraine is disrupted production of wheat and oats and cooking oils and a nation that is considered to be the breadbasket of the world. ukraine and russia produce. 25% global wheat supply and along mescs aspirations for twitter include a mysterious new product named acts. that's according to his investor presentation obtained by the new york times. now product x would launch in 2023. it would bring in 9 million users within the first year. according to the pitch deck, must 104 million users with
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subscribe to the project by 2028. now we have no idea what there were no other details revealed about this. but he has mentioned a handful of changes that he plans to make if his purchase live from the nasdaq market site. i'm jane king at various parks, the spot. >> well, but you said users subscribe to sign at least i know it's not like a phone or something on holden by-right. right? right. some feature it's a beach or of some sort. and they say. >> and all right, we will will continue just trying to throw up the new york times. possible. just for fun. 7.20, is the time. so according to for the first time ever, gas prices in san francisco in sandra fell are averaging more than $6 per gallon. >> almost everywhere you look, gas continues to climb. on sunday, they hit record highs here in the bay area in santa rosa. for yellen is going to cost you $5.98. that's going to seem cheap. $5.90 in san
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jose and a penny less in oakland. many drivers anxiously waiting now to get their hands on an electric car as a result. >> i thought it was high a year ago. it was, you know, for something. so. this is this is >> according to aaa, increasing gas demand and rising oil prices have all pushed prices at the pump higher. it's put the average price at the pump here in california to now a $1.72. higher. then it was just one year ago. in the east bay, the city of benicia now requiring all residents and businesses to conserve water immediately. and not just because of the drought. we actually had a pipeline at the venetian water treatment plant break. so they need everybody to start saving water by at least 30% while they're working on this problem. they say the water you are getting will continue to be safe to drink and they're working on that repair work now. but they need people to cut down on the amount of water they use. and that means that you are not allowed anymore to wash your cars or
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to lands a water, your landscaping. that's got to stop again till we get this pipe fixed. >> it's 7.21, coming up on the kron. 4 morning news. big tech is trying to do away with passwords. so how do we get into all our stuff? well, we
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might be able to get rid of those passwords like all of them. you know, it's hard to juggle their member of chandra and they want us to make a longer longer to make it harder. and that's just hard to remember. >> but we have apple, google, microsoft are all working together to try to get rid of passwords altogether. >> we've got a paul with kind of an explanation on how that would work. >> apple, google and microsoft, 3 tech giants usually working to outdo each other are teaming up in the name of cybersecurity. they want you to ditch your password for good fundamentally. what we're doing letting you use your everyday device. the same thing that you do, you. >> multiple times a day to unlock your device now to log-in in a way that is just leaps and bounds more secure our than anything that you're doing today. >> megan shamas is the director of marketing for the authentication company leading the charge. the fido alliance fido is short for fast
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identity online. some people say soundselike a dog that's actually on purpose because >> finau actually the lab and a means to trust which we do our our dogs and our puppies. right. but we also need to trust their online blogging in systems. microsoft estimates there are 921 password attacks per second. >> the average data breach cost the company more than 4 million dollars and they're becoming more and more common spiking 68% in 2021. but this new development would protect you from such worries instead of storing your personal information on a distant server where it can be stored and reused. >> fido keep your private data crypto logically secure. right on your phone. whenever you use to unlock your device, whether it face or fingerprint or pattern or pen. >> you can then use to log-in across all of your devices and that data stays private to you and importantly takes the need for password totally out of the equation. >> so that paul barker reporting. there's a good chance you probably already
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use some form of this technology. if you log in. let's say that like in attacks. yeah. they they do biometric device on your phone. yeah, that's fido and it a lot of money while you into some of these things. so this new development, this to partnership by these tech transfer are going to try to make that more widespread. so then once you're on your phone, it that i could go year, go anywhere without having it. putin passwords, they think maybe by next year they'll have this in place that amazing because by an all have to change him again, offering animal exactly. >> 7.27. it coming up with a couple morning news. the first lady makes a surprise trip to ukraine to show her support for that country. we're going for that country. we're going have more on her visit. what can i du with less asthma? with dupixent, i can du more... crazy commutes... crowd control- have a nice day alex
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morning and thanks for waking up with us. knowing that other people are awake, does make it easier. i think monday morning and the work and on that. and if you're heading out this morning, what you need to know is the fact that hopefully today won't be near as breezy, windy, gusty. it really was. i mean, stuff was blowing all over the place, yesterday that may have made mother's day a little rough for some of us, but not as windy today. there's the flag there above the pier right across from the station. and you can see just a little bit of a breeze. >> around 10 miles per hour on average for winds across the bay this morning, maxing out around 25 miles per hour. gusts still breezy, not near as much as yesterday was. and
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we're also still going to look at the chance of a couple of sprinkles today. most of us are going to get out of this one dry. but we do have a few areas of snow, even up into lake in upper elevations of the county's up along the north coast of the state compared to bill, really, really calm here in the bay with some partly cloudy skies this morning, keeping the cool weather around for another day. so the changes from yesterday to today right around the same as far as temperatures go little bit calmer, a little bit drier, too. so this is a step in the right direction as you're venturing out. we are in the 30's for parts of the north base and make sure to bundle up this morning. those jackets going to be coming in handy this monday. as far as our bridges go, we have seen some issues there on the bay bridge. earlier we had an incident just west of treasure island. now what we're looking at is yet another incident that just popped up on 5.80, eastbound leading into the macarthur maze the center lanes are being affected there. so this is before you even get to the maze, then you get to it. and yet you're waiting here in this back up. it's taking you around 27
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minutes to get from the maze to fremont street comparatively a lot better at the san mateo bridge. 18 minutes rolling at the limit. their traffic is definitely picked up. and we're looking at an all right. one with some wind advisories at the richmond center fell bridge 13 minute drive across it and just beautiful at the golden gate this morning. 28 from 37 to the tolls. daria, thanks a lot. 7.32. and where are the goats? we're dry. it is where the director of a non-profit says he's goes first on and heaving. somebody planned this out. yeah. it was a pair goats that were actually featured in an event because they bring these goats and they talk to kids and everything else. and if talk to kids, well, they do. >> but that somebody for some reason to cut through the fence and stole the goats. we've got crawford's amanda hari with the story. the director of the beautification council says the goats have become part of the oakland community. >> many people love them. he hasn't slept well since they were taken friday night and he believes whoever took them, thought it out.
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>> and i knew something happen because when i pull up and i say it may come hop it. and they didn't come to goats. loved by the community were taken overnight. >> director of the beautification council and owner of the goats ken houston. since friday, the goats run an event in oakland connecting with and bringing joy to children. >> it was their first event in more than 2 years because of covid saturday morning they were gone. it was almost unreal is almost like coming out to your parking cars missing from being stolen. the goats were in the same yard near international boulevard and 91st avenue. >> where they had been living for years. an bother it. houston says he believes the crime was thought out. they cut the gate. >> and they somebody stole the to go. he also says there was food on the ground that may have been used color. the goats. >> nearby was this hat addition. it was this more than an animal. this is a part of our community. this is a
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part of >> children's lives. he's asking whoever took the goats to give them back for the children. you know, give them back, you know, just let him because the animal control knows who goats they are. the director says they're not going to let this stop them and they're going to continue to put on events for children in the community. but they hope that the goats will be returned in the newsroom. amanda hari kron, 4 news. we did not answer went, though? i don't know if there is a low but living in my ear missing. yes. >> look at these pictures of cars, 60 vehicles that police towed from sideshows last week in oakland. they also issued 17 citations made 2 arrests and recovered one gun. the sideshows happened thursday night and friday morning on 5.80, there were hundreds of vehicles involved. and police say this is an example of their increased enforcement and a message to people that side shows will not be tolerated. police say they've
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arrested 27 year-old brad james adams in brisbane on an attempted homicide cearge. they arrested him saturday for a shooting that happened thursday at the taco bell drive-thru on mendocino avenue near santa rosa junior college. that is where police say adams was in front of another man in the drive-thru line. they argued and then adams, they say took a gun, shot him and drove away as far as the victim goes, he's in serious condition, but he was treated is expected to recover. >> in richmond, take a look at what police say. a drunk driver did to a police officer's motorcycle. the officer was parked on the side of the road saturday night when the driver slammed into him. luckily both survive. no word yet on the extent of injuries that the driver suffered. but the officer was apparently just fine. >> this mother's day, first lady jill biden spent the day in ukraine, surprise that's where she met with the first lady of that country. >> as ukraine is now entering its 11th straight a week of its war with russia. dc
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correspondent raquel martin has the story. >> this visit from first lady jill biden is the latest in a stream of high-profile u.s. officials who have recently visited ukraine's offer their support to the country. that is still in the midst of a bloodied battle with no end in sight. first lady jill biden kicked off this mother's day in a war zone alongside the first lady of sunday. the 2 met at a school now taking in displaced ukrainian students. first lady jill biden extended her support to all of ukraine. >> we were just people of the united states stands the people ukraine. the visit comes on the cusp of a potentially pivotal week of the war. monday. president putin will hold a massive parade marking victory day. >> it's a day that celebrates the russian defeat of not see germany in world war 2 with parents every sunday on cbs's face the nation, the ukrainian ambassador to the u.s. said
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she predicts putin will use monday's event to recruit more soldiers to fight. i hold that. then it will be evident for all to all russians what they're doing in ukraine. that's an address award. and the question they put >> to have more tense of thousands dying in ukraine for no reason. on fox news sunday, republican senator lindsey graham says the u.s. must continue to send military. >> and humanitarian aid to ukraine. 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. a g 7 partners sunday announced new sanctions targeting russian oil imports. dozens of banking executives and even 3 television stations in russia, the first lady's visit to ukraine definitely being well received. the ukrainian first lady expressed her gratitude and called the act itself courageous.
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>> still no word from the white house for when the president will follow suit. we know already he has visited nearby poland for now in washington, raquel martin. >> its 7.37, and still ahead on the kron 4 morning news, the warriors killed the grizzlies in game 3. but is it our fault that their best player got hurt? we have the latest and going into game 4 tonight. >> and this morning we are seeing quite a cool start today is going to stay on the cooler side while being a little less windy than yesterday was for mother's day highs in the 50's to 60's all highs in the 50's to 60's all it's started. somewhere between a cuddle and a struggle, it's...the side hug. tween milestones like this may start at age 9. hpv vaccination - a type of cancer prevention against certain hpv-related cancers, can start then too. for most, hpv clears on its own. but for others, it can cause certain cancers later in life. you're welcome! now, as the "dad cab", it's my cue to help protect them. embrace this phase. help protect them in the next. ask their doctor about hpv vaccination today.
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>> 7.40 and for your money this morning. some hospitals are looking to hike treatment prices as a response to rising nurse salaries, hca, healthcare and universal health services are leading the charge to increase prices. both companies operate in the bay area. so this would affect u.s.. experts believe this hike could be between 7 and a half and 15%, which is more than the 5% boost that hospitals normally tried to get health insurers. unemployment groups are already requesting that does this be rejected. they say the most expensive hospitals can take on labor costs like the rising cost of nurses without raising patients, premiums. >> well, the pandemic hasn't been kind to people who were trying to buy homes. so americans looking to stretch the dollar may want to consider perhaps heading east to tennessee because according to a new study from rocket
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mortgaged, tennessee is the cheapest state in the nation right now to buy a house and they've got to no number reasons why low cost of living lack of income tax, low property taxes. and if you're wondering where california ranks on that we're not in the top 20 for obvious reasons. art, home prices continue to skyrocket high double digits. it seems every honestly, if you're house shopping here, you can't even look at like tennessee or anywhere else because you're going to you're going to be sick. angry. and you can't compare. so it's just not happening here. >> 7.42 happening tonight. san francisco district attorney chase. somebody sits down with kron 4 and answers questions about crime and the recall effort against him. that interview is going to be in prime time. it's tonight at 9.30. so stay tuned for that. we'll be right back.
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right now and this is when it gets interesting. yeah, when you've got heat, minot gets cold and then it gets windy and snow. and this year while yeah, it's kind of topsy-turvy weekend. put it that way. john, good morning you know, it's and even though marshals really calm for whether is topsy-turvy all the way around this year. and today it looks like we are calming things down. >> but keeping that cool
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weather around for another couple of days. so we're still going to be well below average as far as what are temperatures are golden gate bridge just looks beautiful. it is a bit breezy out there. so whatever you're doing, make sure you're venturing outside today with that extra layer, the jacket, the sweater, all of its going to be useful even towards the afternoon, 20 to 25 miles per hour. wind gusts at our max today. that's a lot calmer than yesterday was for mother's day. i don't think any of us are going to mind being calmer than yesterday was we're looking nice and clear across the bay area to the north of us. we do have some snow in the mountains above lake county as well as towards the north coast. some rain and snow mixed in. so it is and seasonably cool and seasonably active this dip in the jet stream bringing us this unsettled pattern. now today, you may notice a sprinkle a time or 2, but not near as much of an opportunity of it as yesterday. most of us will stay dry. but we will see a couple light sprinkles. light showers rolling overhead specially later on today. snowfall is going to pick back
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up in the sierra nevada this afternoon. staying with us through the evening. a couple inches of extra snowfall. definitely doesn't hurt. but if you're driving up there later on today, that's when you're going encounter your problems tomorrow. a couple more sprinkles possible before we officially clear things out and start to warm things back up into wednesday, which will be the start of a warming trend that continues all the way into the weekend. 50's and 60's for your high temperatures across the bay area today. as i mentioned, you need the jackets for this one, especially with 15, 20 miles per hour winds does give it a brisk, cool field. san jose. 62 for your highs. the tri valley, an area that's normally well into the 70's, if not 80's this time of year, only in the upper 50's oakland, you'll be at 60 even our warmest spots and pittsburgh fairfield and vacaville each at 63 today. tomorrow's temperatures still cool. and still that chance of a couple sprinkles. wednesday, we clear we dry out and temperatures start to warm back into the 70's inland 80's inland by the weekend and by
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saturday or warmest day of your forecast could even see a few 90's. now, roads this morning had been operating. >> first of all, though, we are looking at the skies cooperating and you can see that at your travel check here. >> we don't have any delays this morning, which shouldn't be a big surprise. have fog and winds are a lot calmer than yesterday. so this is great news as you are departing into the skies. as i mentioned, though, roadways mixed bag bay bridge starting to back up again. we had an earlier incident west of treasure island. now we've got yet another. we have a traffic collision on 5.80, eastbound just outside of the macarthur maze. now, this is backing things up. not just as you're trying to get onto the bridge, but also heading off of it on into the east bay. so watch out for that. 23 minutes from the maze to fremont street right now. 19 minutes across the san mateo bridge, no backups just full of traffic. people getting to work. richmond center fell bridge 15 minutes. nice. sunny skies overhead. as you slow down before the tolls there and
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things rolling just fine at the golden gate bridge from 37 to the tolls. back to you. >> thanks, lynn johnson, 48 and the warriors play game 4 tonight at the chase center there. up to one against the grizzlies who are growing over their best player getting injured. yeah. so that happened. we also i want to talk about the giants 2. they win game for splitting the series with the cardinals. we've got sports director jason dumas says giving us the update on all of that. >> a nightmare scenario could become reality for the memphis grizzlies on monday night. by now, we've all seen the right here. jordan poole, kind of yanks on john murray. it's need memphis head coach and john morant insinuated that that play was out of line is he's just saw again slight contact with the knee. i was a little confused, but get this. all i know is this. yeah. tricks of the series has for sure gotten out of line. i just wanted to be about basketball again. unfortunately, john morant, he's been listed as doubtful.
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this is what says, where medical teams said after reviewing the play. i mean, joe was playing great feeling real you know, the gravity is what the potential injury, 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 talking with his knee. but from what i've been told around this probably really good chance he doesn't play tomorrow. >> interesting. anyway. it was bound to happen sooner or later. but 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 to become the franchise's next coach. brown will be looking to and the longest playoff drought in get this nba history. the kings haven't been to the postseason in 6 teen years will finish the warriors playoff run before moving on to his full-time duties with the kings before coming to golden state. brown was really a cop. brown was really
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accomplished. he won in eastern conference championship and he was the coach of the year with lebron james and the caps. the giants looking to split the series with the cardinals father's day at oracle. bottom of the second giants down to one on. and guess what? late night lamont way. they say he comes alive in the night-time. well, he also hit bombs during the daylight. welcome back, lamonte wade junior. this is his first series of the season and his first home run of the season. bottom of the 6. mike, you're stressed. you. that's a splash shot right there into mccovey cove. the go ahead, home run. that gives the giants the lead. they were going to win 4 to 3. the a's they took on the twins. looking to avoid the sweep. bottom of the 3rd inning twins down a run to offer jorge polanco and he flares one into left that i run scores. so go ahead. run scores, minnesota. take a 43 lead. and they lose
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by that score as well. >> all right now is jason dumas. let's get back to the warriors game because there is a storm brewing over a weather man's comment about draymond green. yes. so the controversial tweet came after the grizzlies forward. kyle anderson was ejected for arguing with officials. that's what this video shows you. now. we're not going to repeat that week, but a fox tv weatherman in memphis used along known racist term when saying that he thought draymond green gets away with much worse on the court and never gets ejected. well, warriors head coach steve kerr was asked after the game. if you surprised by what was said in that 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. >> yeah. dream on also responded to the slur on writing, are you surprised? don't apologize. stand on it to the weatherman, the tweet and the memphis weather.
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technology of our use. we're talking about the hs tapes. yeah. remember that? we used to from blockbuster. kind. and rewind the sticking in there like what is that? oh, yeah. and then you play. yeah, i was oh, my gosh. so they're going to shipping off more than 300 titles. apparently. yeah. and depending on popular the auction vhs could become the next big collecting craze like vinyl and. >> oh, yeah, the kids are into their bye, like turntables. other buying film cameras, national or it. it said no again. but yeah, i already shut down while the 76 right now. coming up in the next hour of forget the old stuff. the new is opening its first in-store, a retail per a store in burlingame. you can go and we're going to show you the high-tech gizmos. you can get. >> now the agents there and how lawmakers are reacting to the roe v wade opinion by the supreme court. and it's facing a tough fight, but some are trying to make it a law that would have that right. and an
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that includes john schrader has died after all these well, week and a half weekend. today's enjoying a nice well earned vacation. welcome back, if i have to get back from italy that they hear. that's not bad place, especially in the morning like this. look at this. gorgeous out there to start the day. a little bit of cloud cover, but also some sunshine peering through and not as windy as yesterday was for mother's day. i think a lot of us will agree is the most important change in today's forecast yesterday. so so breezy today, not as much the bay area. pretty quiet to the north, though. you can see that we do have some snow in upper elevations of lake county even further north from there. so here in the bay, a couple of sprinkles are possible. most of us are going to come out of this monday. dry, though, 40's and 50's for our current temperatures until you get to the north bay. that's where we're are seeing some 30's saint helene at 38 degrees. we were there moments ago and napa santa rosa in petaluma. but starting to warm now under that sunshine will be breaking down the school


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