Skip to main content

tv   KRON 4 News at 5am  KRON  May 10, 2022 5:00am-6:01am PDT

5:00 am
john. i was with his mother's day, but it's still gusty, still gusty. and today going to be at they're gusty one to that lemon tree. daria not it today is yet again. going to be a day to bundle up, too, because we're pairing those winds with cool temperatures and a chance of a couple of sprinkles out there as well. >> looking outside at the embarcadero this morning. if you look close, you can see the east bay hills there in the distance. definitely not a foggy morning, but a misty one to some light sprinkles out there for just a couple of pockets of the bay, including up in the santa cruz mountains on the peninsula, marine county. so watch for a few wet spots. but overall, much like yesterday, some of us will see light sprinkles. others won't see anything at all. it is colder than yesterday to start. morgan hill, fairfax nevado petaluma napa and santa rosa. just among areas that fallen into the 30's this morning. so we're starting this morning, really chilly cold enough up in mendocino and lake counties that we actually are under hard freeze warnings up to the north until
5:01 am
08:00am temperatures falling as low as the 20's towards the counties to the north. and yes, we are in for another breezy day today. see pair those cool temperatures with those winds and it is definitely want to bundle up. is it one to get some extra time on the roads, though? reyna harvey, back with us this morning. how's it looking out there, john? it's always a good day to give yourself extra time on the road. you never know what you're going run into this morning. but if you do travel into the city may so that fremont street exit, you're at around 7 minutes for your drive there. so thankfully, no major issues at this hour. san mateo bridge around 12 minutes heading across towards the peninsula. let's check on the south bay. if you're traveling along one, 0, one heading from 85 in moore park just under 30 minutes. look to 18. 82 also really like for you at this hour and at a richmond heading across towards center fell about 7 minutes. tara, james, back to you. thanks. a lot of rain. a 5, a one. a child is in the hospital right now after being hit by a bullet. >> in a highway shooting.
5:02 am
yeah, it was yesterday afternoon when it happened in vacaville right along interstate 80. really shout ix has the story. >> at family outside they look like they were said chp says a 7 year-old child was shot while riding in the backseat of a blue honda accord as a travel down. i-80 near alamo drive in vacaville on monday afternoon. the family drove directly to the er northbay medical center in fairfield where chp says the young passenger suffered a non-life-threatening injury. emergency radio traffic says the 7 year-old was shot in the foot solar car. >> when the tow truck is just riddled bullet holes for share field resident charles morgan happen to see the family as he walked out of the hospital. 3 females and has been from speaking on the driver side a bullet holes maybe for the
5:03 am
driver side door through through the back and was with what my attention was a car seen the back. so i didn't notice the bullet holes that i got to the side of it. and then it was just it just looks bad back on the freeway where the shooting happened. you see a chp officer collecting what appears to be bullet casings from the pace bend. it's unfortunate said and just. >> the disregard for life. >> and 7 year-old 30 year-old 50 year-old. it doesn't is the disruption his life. >> it's unfortunate. you know, just praying that several pulls through. >> really well put that just the disregard for life hauschild. luckily in the foot. but you're driving on the highway. when would you think, you know, until police still trying to figure out what prompted the shooting? so we'll see what the investigation turns up. vallejo police are investigating a shooting that happened there. injured 3 people. that was last night on avian drive just west of columbus parkway near saint catherine of siena preschool.
5:04 am
police have not given us a description of the shooter, but they did say that they would release more information. so we plan to give you an update as soon as we get it on the peninsula. a hate crime investigation underway this morning at stanford university after a noose was found on campus. the 3rd noose found on campus in the past 3 years. kron four's will tran live at stanford. >> with the latest will. >> i3's an ongoing problem on campus. 3 new says in the span of 3 years and just driving to campus chance and area this morning, i did see a lot of stanford police officers more than in previous times that i've been here. i've seen them on patrol this morning. so maybe that's in direct response to what they saw on sunday with. they're continuing to investigate. the latest incident was found on sunday night outside a dormitory hall that houses juniors and seniors. it's called bran or hall. it was immediately brought to the attention. a stanford administrators sue, unfortunately, have become all too well as far as practicing
5:05 am
to respond to this because the first time this happened as far as recent memory was 2019 and then 2020 and then once again here it is the 3rd consecutive year. i should say 2021. and 22, i should say 3 years in a row and it has not ended any arrests so far. so they're hoping this time it will lead to an arrest in this case because let's face it. news is a reprehensible symbol towards african american and their struggles in american culture, especially on a campus that is not predominantly african american. a google search will say there's only about 7% african american at the school here. so according to a lot of people, of course, they say the african american american students have faced michael aggression once again. they see it in the form of the most hateful, iconic symbol that they have faced in their time in america. of stanford, they reached out and they told the public that they are doing their very best to get to the
5:06 am
end of this to the bottom of this, i should say. take a look at your screen. this is their response. they say we cannot state strongly enough that a noose is a reprehensible symbol of anti-black racism and violence. that will not be tolerated on our campus as a community. we must stand united against such conduct and those who perpetrated as far as any possible leads. they are not passing along to us and they simply don't know at this time. of course, they are talking to the person who discovered it and they are working with law enforcement officers beefing up patrols. and again, james darya. this is i've been to campus many, many times and just to see a couple of police officers patrolling this area. one station right on campus. as soon as you get to campus, it's something i have not seen in the past and so far again, 3 times in 3 years, an ongoing problem on stanford university's campus. back to thank. fortunately, thank you.
5:07 am
>> i promise you and i promised the voters of san francisco that as long as i'm district attorney, every single budget that i submit to the mayor. we'll always ask for resources for victims. >> san francisco district attorney jason dean talking about fighting to keep his job as voters decide whether to recall the city's top prosecutor next month. critics say that he's a has this reformed approach that does not holding of criminals accountable. kron four's invited buddy to sit down with us and answer voters questions. we have a live primetime special last night did yeah. he said he was elected to serve a four-year term and he should stay and see it through. he ran on a campaign promising progressive reform while keeping san franciscan safe. we asked what has been what he's been doing to live up to that promise. >> we've got a tremendous amount of work to improve public safety and san francisco, including groundbreaking investigations on auto burglaries, which we can talk more about suing the
5:08 am
manufacturers of illegal ghost guns that are designed to be used in crimes and standing up for our small businesses, especially immigrant owned businesses against frivolous, unlawful lawsuits filed in the name of disability rights, but really lining the pockets of unscrupulous plaintiffs. lawyers. >> well, open air drug use in the tenderloin continues to be a problem. we've done stories with drug users who say they specifically come to san francisco because they feel they won't be hassled. you didn't have to say about that. >> overdoses in the fatal overdoses in san francisco across the country are devastating and they're rising all across the country. it's not a problem. limited to san francisco we need a more effective response to the drug crisis on our streets. it has to start with the public health response. we needed to be easier to get help. that is the high in san francisco. and look, law enforcement has
5:09 am
limited tools. what i can do primarily as i can drug dealers. have police arrest. but in san francisco right now, police are making arrests citywide about 2 drug sales cases a day. >> voters will decide the da's future on june 17th. and you can watch that entire interview. the conversation that we have on kron 4 dot com. 5, 0, 9, is the time. >> also in the news, we have california lawmakers moving forward with efforts to increase abortion access across the state. the state senate appropriations committee has moved forward with a bill that would set up a fund to help low-income people get abortions in the state. if that's their decision, the bill would also require the state's health and human services agency to set up a website with information on abortion services in california. democrats who wrote the bill say that it's worth the multi million dollar price tag, though, some raised concerns about allowing people from out of state to use that money. >> they will create a huge national system up into eu and for all.
5:10 am
>> well, the committee put the bill on the on suspense file for later consideration. the suspense file is reserved for bills that could cost the state more than $50,000 from the general fund or $150,000 from special funds. this latest bill is one of more than a dozen aiming to boost abortion access and protections across the state. >> as the country waits on a final opinion from the u.s. supreme court on roe v wade abortion providers in california are wondering how they're going to handle the expected influx of out of state patients who can't get an abortion somewhere else. that discussion took center stage at a town hall in san francisco's mission district last night assembly member rebecca bauer, was one of the speakers and she says now is the time to get prepared. meaning abortion providers need to get funding. now and have enough staff to be able to support patients. doctor daniel grossman is an abortion provider in san francisco and he's afraid that despite
5:11 am
california's access to abortions, it's going to be hard for people in other states to get here. >> the reality is that we're far from states that are going to get an abortion we can really mobilize people to provide financial and logistical support people who need the care in the states and where they're not going to show up. >> assembly bauer-kahan says that state and abortion providers also need to ensure that there's a system in place to protect protect people from criminalization. if they do come to california to get an abortion. >> we'll take a break at 5.11. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news, a sheriff's deputy in alameda is recovering after a drunk driver crashed into them. we'll tell you why the deputy says they need to crack down on drivers under the influence plus, president biden going to lay out his plan to help tackle inflation will tell you what that may include in a live report from dc.
5:12 am
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.
5:13 am
you really can't get much for 5 bucks these days... unless... ♪ you got that bag ♪ ♪ you got that biggie bag ♪ ♪ you got that bag ♪ is that a real song? i think she liked it. your choice of sandwich plus all this for just 5 bucks is worth celebrating. choose wisely. choose wendy's biggie bag.
5:14 am
>> welcome back. it is 5.12, right now and wow, the snow continues. look at this. yeah, this year and more is on the way we've been seeing in all all major roadways. and here's $28 point to caltrans hasn't been quite out here this hour. the morning to i think it's
5:15 am
falling think it might be to have a good eye. it's tough. 8 on wallace joins what it's like up in the sierra. >> the snow kept coming king veil making parts of this year look and feel more like a winter wonderland in the middle of spring. >> appear at elevation 6,000 feet. i'd say we've seen more of a flurry type of snowfall as opposed to a heavy type of snowfall. still, it's been enough to have caltrans implemented chain controls and some drivers of it. they came on that that and i do. >> ali was shocked to see these conditions in may. he left his chains back in sacramento, which means instead of driving his truck on route he thought would be quick and easy. he instead to wait and sit out the storm. i cannot believe. because, you know, i 10, you know, yeah, this is no internet. no snow. so put my 10 in on not the might act. now i got to present. i cannot to know. plus this point, i need chance and it was not just him.
5:16 am
phyllis allman did not anticipate hitting snow during her work trip to reno. you believe we have snow. no, i can't believe it. but it's here. so she hired this man to install chains on her vehicle immediately. put my james time. it was great. it was quick that it was going to take on her. i got to get to work. caltrans reminds drivers to always expect the unexpected and take it easy slowdown. >> on i-80 when chain controls in effect, the speed limit has only 30 miles per hour. so you can't be zooming because, you know, they're snow and ice on the road and we want you to get to your destination safely. and we want our employees to return home safely to their families at the end of the day as well, keeping safety the priority with more snow on the way. in kingvale 8 on wallace. knew i would love. i would love a tahoe train that i could take.
5:17 am
you know, like that to be right to the ski resort. >> well, you can take the amtrak to truckee that would get you there. >> how long that take? i just look up. you're going 30 miles an hour. it's no i hate drive in the snow. i'm sure you do, too. you know? yeah, then you've got all your stuff. and it's a a lot to to show us a lot of slept. i need to slap her. i need some of the comments the bubble doesn't when the to that is going to stop the snow. that's for sure is a look at that 80 right now. very, very snow packed. >> we've got those crews out there trying to get roadways cleared out. you can see the plows out in the distance. definitely another dose of snowfall yesterday that just make things slick all over again. now taking a bit of a step back from the snow. as of right now, we are still seeing a few showers up there. but snow will pick up again later on today. not as much as yesterday, but still a couple more inches in some of those higher elevations. great to be seeing that. we certainly do need it. traveling on whole
5:18 am
nother story now here in the bay area, things relatively quiet. couple of sprinkles. misty spots out there much like we saw yesterday. and that's going to be really the trend of today a day. that is just a lot like yesterday was still breezy, still cool. still partly cloudy with some sunshine out there at times, too. you can see those light sprinkles moving overhead of times for the bay today and then up into the sierra nevada. another dose of light snowfall. that's not going to be as much as yesterday up in the north bay towards 04:00pm. do expect the possibility of some isolated heavy rainfall up there in northern napa and solano counties could even fear of here. a few rolls of thunder out into the central valley in the delta as the remnants of this low pressure. scoot out of the region by tomorrow will be waving goodbye to any chances of rainfall. and you this cool weather. this temperatures begin to really warm up starting wednesday and carrying us the warmer and warmer temperatures towards the weekend. winds are yet again. going to be a factor today gusting as high as 25 miles per hour. you pair that with temperatures that are
5:19 am
just as cool as yesterday's as we're still in the midst of this dip in the jet stream. and it's definitely a jacket where the one high temperatures only in the 50's to 60's. pretty much everything looks familiar because we saw the same factors yesterday, south san francisco. 59 burlingame, right at 60 degrees. san carlos down through mountain view at 62 and the south bay looking at highs anywhere from the upper 50's in morgan hill to the low 60's elsewhere. fremont, 61 pleasanton oakland down to castro valley right at 60 for your highs. even are very warm. a spot that's you, antioch, only at 65 today. santa rosa nevado center fell at 62 tomorrow and thursday. a little warmer per still staying in the cool side, though, and really pleasant days, honestly shouldn't be as windy tomorrow. now friday is when the heat really starts to build in. that's when inland areas will rise into the 80's and besides cities well into the 70's rain. don, thank you for that. all right. let's get a look at your drive times this morning. if you're in the south bay traveling along one,
5:20 am
0, one. >> 85 in to menlo park around. 28 minutes for you. there. 82 in 2.80, i don't see any major delays traffic moving at the limit. there traveling into the city. you make it to the maze into the fremont street exit a little under 9 minutes for your drive as traffic starts to pick up the meter lights are still off. 7 minutes out of richmond heading across towards center fell the tolls to one o one. there. and if you're traveling along 5.80, or 80 crockett down towards the maze, we have some construction there. but about a 15 minute drive as you're traveling to the maze. darya. james, back to you. thanks a lot. reyna 5.20, president biden is preparing to give a major speech today to address inflation. the white house saying that it's going to share its plan to lower costs for all americans. we've got reshad hudson standing by live in d c. >> to explain. good morning were shot. good morning, james. and r it's becoming a washington blame game over inflation. president biden
5:21 am
says since the war in ukraine, gas prices have increased dramatically. but republicans here on capitol hill say it's the biden administration's policies that are driving up these prices for american families. >> my top priority is fighting inflation and lowering prices for families and things they need. the white house says president biden will lay out his plan today to fight inflation as americans are paying more for nearly everything plants he's been implementing for months now draws with those on the other side of the aisle who is not who have not put forward any plan to lower costs for the american people. white house press secretary jen psaki says the president has already taken several actions to lower costs. fix the family to help more people have access to health care or steps he announced in the last couple of weeks to make the 15 available to thousands of people at gas statsons across the country. >> one area, many people are noticing a major price increase is at the pump. senate republican leader mitch
5:22 am
mcconnell says working american families have been swamped by rising prices. and for months he has been slamming democrats on inflation and more. i'm not withstanding inflation, energy and security. >> open borders, a violent crime wave and a war in europe. democrats want to spend this way explaining their extremism. >> following his speech on inflation, president biden will meet with italy's prime minister where they're expected to talk about global economic issues and how they're impacting people right here at home reporting in washington, reshad hudson, back to you. thanks for shot. >> it's 5.22, coming up on the kron. 4 morning news. a historic san jose church is facing demolition. we'll tell you what church members want to do to try to stop it from being torn down.
5:23 am
meet a future mom, a first-time mom and a seasoned pro. this mom's one step closer to their new mini-van! yeah, you'll get used to it. this mom's depositing money with tools on-hand. cha ching. and this mom, well, she's setting an appointment here, so her son can get set up there and start his own financial journey. that's because these moms all have chase. smart bankers. convenient tools. one bank with the power of both. chase. make more of what's yours.
5:24 am
5:25 am
now in the south bay, there are plans to tear down the great baptist church in san jose and build more housing. >> but some church members are trying to stop that from happening. reverend george oliver says the church has been struggling since 2 people were murdered in november 2020
5:26 am
at the church is homeless shelter and on top of that, they've been struggling financially because of this 2 thirds of the church congregation voted to sell the property to a real estate developer. the developer plans to build mid-rise apartments and tear down the church. church members who don't support that deal approach the city to try to make the church a historic landmark and stop that from happening. >> they did this. >> on their own after 2 thirds or more of the church and voted for a historic development touch. and that 2 thirds majority, mostly many of those people are african-american and hispanic. the people who were trying to disenfranchise them are largely white. >> the reverend oliver says that the developer will build them. a new church, even though the old church may not be here, their historic mission at the church that would still be there.
5:27 am
>> it is 5.26. coming up next on the kron 4 morning news. the city of san jose is requiring all city employees to wear masks once again. we'll tell you why they say the rise of covid cases and a new variant played a major factor in that decision. the doctor will be in to see you shortly. ♪ hi. [ chuckles ] when you see things differently, you can be the difference. capella university looks at education differently.
5:28 am
our flexpath learning format lets you set deadlines and earn your nursing degree on your schedule. make your difference with capella university. ♪♪ my name is austin james. as a musician living with diabetes, fingersticks can be a real challenge. that's why i use the freestyle libre 2 system. with a painless, one-second scan i know my glucose numbers without fingersticks. now i'm managing my diabetes better and i've lowered my a1c from 8.2 to 6.7. take the mystery out of managing your diabetes and lower your a1c. now you know. try it for free at now you know. living with metastatic breast cancer means being relentless. because every day matters. and having more of them is possible with verzenio. the only one of its kind proven to help you live significantly longer when taken with fulvestrant, regardless of menopause status. verzenio + fulvestrant is for hr+,
5:29 am
her2- metastatic breast cancer that has progressed after hormone therapy. diarrhea is common, may be severe, or cause dehydration or infection. at the first sign, call your doctor start an anti-diarrheal and drink fluids. before taking verzenio, tell your doctor about any fever, chills, or other signs of infection. verzenio may cause low white blood cell counts, which may cause serious infection that can lead to death. life-threatening lung inflammation can occur. tell your doctor about any new or worsening trouble breathing, cough, or chest pain. serious liver problems can happen. symptoms include fatigue, appetite loss, stomach pain and bleeding or bruising. blood clots that can lead to death have occurred. tell your doctor if you have pain or swelling in your arms or legs, shortness of breath, chest pain, and rapid breathing or heart rate, or if you're nursing, pregnant or plan to be. every day matters. and i want more of them. ask your doctor about everyday verzenio.
5:30 am
>> 5.29 right now and we're checking out the weather. i i was i admit i was caught off guard by the wind shoulder to go into little bit. it was pretty strong. yeah. it looks like john saying we may keep that wind hanging on a little bit at least a day. yeah. today, a lot like yesterday when the cool a little sprinkle lee at times, nothing super heavy. as far as the rain goes. >> but definitely one that you want to bundle up for. because like yesterday, that cool feels right back with us. looking nice this morning at the transamerica building there in financial district. we are seeing some light sprinkles just north of the bay area as well as a few that have drifted on to the peninsula. misty spots in marin county, a couple of sprinkles around seminole to for the most part, skies are relatively clear, actually shouldn't have too many major issues. as you get onto the roads. you'll definitely notice those winds on your bridges and your mountain passes, though, 40's for current temperatures, fremont you're at 48 alameda oakland of the more mild side at 49.
5:31 am
you've got some 30's up in the north bay, though it's actually a little colder up there than it was yesterday. petaluma napa, fairfax at 36 degrees. santa rose at only 37 and cold enough in mendocino and lake counties that we are under a hard freeze warning until 08:00am for both of those counties. temperatures falling this cold as the upper 20's reyna. john, thank you for that. a cold morning. but thankfully traffic is pretty light at this hour. >> about 9 minutes for your drive. traveling across the bay bridge from the maze. 2 that fremont street exit. let's go ahead and check on the san mateo bridge traveling across towards the peninsula. about 13 minutes for you as you're traveling. so no issues along one. 0, one at this hour. crockett down towards the maze. 15 minutes for you. there were moving along and in the south bay along one. 0, one. 85 in to menlo park. 28 minute 2.80, no accidents. 82 moving at the limit. darya. james, back to you. thanks. a lot of 5.31. in alameda county. a sheriff's deputy is recovering after there was a
5:32 am
crash involving a suspected drunk driver. yes, so the sheriff's lieutenant is speaking out now highlighting the dangers of drunken driving. >> proper theresa stasi has the story. >> this is all that is left of an alameda county sheriff's deputy's suv following a dui accident. the engine a mangled pile of metal. how is the deputy doing? this was a horrific situation. >> our deputies doing ok we talked the phone today. >> and he's banged up is more it and the realization of how lucky he was. >> alameda county sheriff spokesperson lieutenant ray kelly on this crash involving one of the county's deputies, preliminary information shows the driver of the car going around. 55 miles an hour when running the red light at intersection of 16th avenue and foothill in oakland and smashing into the deputy's vehicle. just an example that underscores. >> the dangers of dui because
5:33 am
it's such a visual crash and visual impact. the fact that people are able to walk away from it without any serious bodily injury or any death in this case, i think underscores the dangers and this is a a law enforcement officer driving back to the police station at the end of a shift. and when he's taken out by a drunk driver. and i think so that could be anybody. we're glad that wasn't a family in a minivan. it was going through that intersection and all of those things the right time, the right place to have a collision like that happen. >> this is the other vehicle involved. lieutenant calley says a field sobriety test showed the driver's blood alcohol level at 0.1 6, twice the legal limit. his name has not been released yet pending charges with the da's office. do have a dui enforcement unit and we've been very successful with a unit in grant writing getting revenue to that unit to put on extra patrols. >> including in the city, oakland, where we going we do
5:34 am
more than a dozen, a dui patrol per year. as for the deputy, he is recovering in the hospital. to recess stasio kron. 4 news. >> in the east bay, oakland, police are investigating how a body ended up near tilden park. they discovered sunday night about 7.15, on grizzly peak boulevard at clermont. officers say that that's where they found a man with an apparent gunshot wounds. he was pronounced dead at the scene. police say a witness reported the victim had been shot and then wrapped in plastic, although this area is not known for violent crime, according to opd is weekly crime report there has been 50% increases that we've seen in homicides in this district with 9 homicides. this last year. at this time last year, there were 6. this is not the only district in oakland where a body wrapped in a plastic bag was recently discovered last week. construction workers found a body at a site near 7th street and maritime right near the port of oakland. at this point,
5:35 am
there's no reports of any connections between the 2 cases, but police are still investigating. in santa rosa to parents are in custody right now. connection to the death of their 15 month old toddler. these are some of the pictures from evan frost iq and madison burned or ari's home on sonoma avenue. police say they got reports of an unresponsive child yesterday morning after arriving on scene santa rosa. police say they noticed suspected fentanyl near the toddler police claim. that's where they also found more drugs around the house, including in the bed that the child shared with her parents. >> it's 5.35, san jose city employees are now required to wear their face masks again. the new policy in response to an uptick in the cases in santa clara county kron. 4 taylor bisacky has more. >> city workers in san jose are once again required to mask up for the next couple of weeks. this temporary was reinstated at the abundance of caution due to recent data
5:36 am
from the county of santa clara. so an increase in positive covid-19 cases to meet a is the deputy public information officer for the city of san jose. she says the city is concerned about omicron sub variant spreads as the county has seen more than 550 new covid cases within the last week. the shadow says the temporary requirement which went into effect on friday, may 6th impacts about 7,000 city employees. all city employees need to wear masks city facilities. and if if employees are traveling in cars and are they have to wear a mask, publicity cars as well. the shadow says it doesn't apply to visitors when in city buildings, but it is strongly recommended. the temporary requirement is in place through may 20th, but could be extended. we will continue to monitor cases the streets, stay or increase and we come back and look at that again to see what we need to do moving forward. meanwhile, santa clara county says it will continue to align with
5:37 am
the california department of public health which strongly recommends masks in public buildings. >> we also reached out to several other counties and cities across the bay area to see if they plan to reinstate similar measures but have not heard back yet on the other hand, san francisco's department of public health says they do not have an update on this topic. i'm taylor bisacky reporting kron. 4 news. >> it's 5.37. and still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. the biden administration rolls out a new internet service. how it's going help families, payless to stay connected. and the man who attacked dave chappelle could get charged with a felony. we'll have the latest on that. plus, steph curry turns up the heat in game 4 will show you the highlights of the warriors after the break. and today going to be another cool. the breezy one, a few more sprinkles. also possible highs only in the low 60's at warmest. i'm talking much warmer weather and the rest of the forecast, though. still ahead. >> and in the roads this morning, we're keeping a close eye on your drive times. >> we'll have a look at that.
5:38 am
once we get back from break. what can i du with less asthma? with dupixent, i can du more.. catching my train... making moves...
5:39 am
♪ making a connection... a train connection. that's how you du more with dupixent, which helps prevent asthma attacks. dupixent is not for sudden breathing problems. it's an add-on-treatment for specific types of moderate-to-severe asthma that can improve lung function for better breathing in as little as two weeks. and can reduce, or even eliminate, oral steroids. and here's something important. dupixent can cause allergic reactions that can be severe. get help right away if you have rash, chest pain, worsening shortness of breath, tingling or numbness in your limbs. tell your doctor about new or worsening joint aches and pain, or a parasitic infection. don't change or stop asthma medicines, including steroids, without talking to your doctor. are you ready to du more with less asthma? just ask your asthma specialist about dupixent.
5:40 am
>> 5.40, is the time the man accused of setting off smoke
5:41 am
bombs and then opening fire inside a new york subway train last month has been indicted. 62 year-old frank james now facing charges for terrorist attack against a mass transportation system. and for firing a firearm during the crime. no date has been set yet for his arraignment. if convicted, though he could face a maximum sentence of life in prison. >> comedian dave chappelle wants a felony charge against the man who attacked him on stage at the hollywood bowl. chappelle was in the middle of a show during netflix is a joke festival which was last tuesday when a man ran on the stage and tackled him. that man was found with a fake gun with a real knife inside it. the los angeles district attorney did not file felony charges against the man whose name is isaiah lee saying that there was no evidence presented that warranted the stiffer charges should pell's lawyer says the comedian wants the da george gascon on to make this a felony case. right now, lee is facing just
5:42 am
misdemeanor battery charges for that attack. it's 5.41. will be back in a few minutes.
5:43 am
>> tech: when you have auto glass damage, trust safelite. this dad and daughter were driving when they got a crack in their windshield. [smash] >> dad: it's okay. pull over. >> tech: he wouldn't take his car just anywhere... ♪ pop rock music ♪ >> tech: he brought it to safelite. we replaced the windshield and recalibrated their car's advanced safety system, so features like automatic emergency braking will work properly. >> tech: alright, all finished. >> dad: wow, that's great. thanks. >> tech: stay safe with safelite. schedule now. >> singers: ♪ safelite repair, safelite replace. ♪
5:44 am
>> it's 5.44 and state leaders are rallying behind a new senate bill designated or designed to rework
5:45 am
california's water delivery system. the state water resiliency act is being pushed by senator melissa hurtado of san diego. 200 million dollars already allocated in the 2021. 22 budget to provide limited repairs to infrastructure. but at the state capitol, senator hurtado testified that more money is needed to provide drinking water to communities throughout the state. >> we know the water insecurity can and will be to social disruption that left them this is what we need to act with urgency and you water. security also means more tools in the tool box. we need those tolls right now. >> farm advocates are also asking the state legislature for more money to fight the water crisis in our state. >> well, let's talk about the weather here as we're looking at continued snowfall in the sierra to we'd like to see it as rain, but we're just not getting that enough to help the water you guys are going
5:46 am
to share my video with kron. what i do. report it. yeah. i was driving yesterday and i was out on the bay bridge. rest going back and russians nfl. or did anybody wasn't just my bubble? i mean, i did not get a downpour yesterday. i'm going to show you the video. okay. it was enough that i shot like you got to see his job. got to see it because i think you're like it was ivers and everything. but i think just so excited. you might see another one today. and now we're solano county the most likely also some like so i just was in a pocket that got it. waited a little. yeah. you're probably the only one. i was like, sunny. okay. i'm going to on kron on's on across something right but yeah, you know, some of us did get that and it probably actually pans out the way. daria saying around a quarter of us across the bay area. >> actually tapped into something yesterday. most of us sus guys that looked a lot more like this a little bit on the windy side. but a lot on the clear side and today is
5:47 am
going to be basically a repeat of yesterday, a couple of areas where we could see some heavy rainfall even up into solano and napa counties, especially rest of the bay area. a few light sprinkles are possible. we've seen enough of those sprinkles this morning on the peninsula, especially up in the santa cruz mountains, parts of san francisco and marin as well as right around sun old. most of us haven't seen much of anything. just some dry skies this morning. but as we look at the afternoon, more snowfall up in the sierra look at this. napa solano county seeing again, the potential of some isolated heavy pockets of rainfall, maybe even a few rolls of thunder, especially out of the delta and the central valley. now, today is last day bringing the school, whether this really windy weather and also any sort of potential of rainfall. tomorrow starts a big switch up as we will be seeing high pressure building in and temperatures slowly climbing. so winds again, going to be a factor today. this is going to keep us cool and brisk well into the afternoon. 25 mile per hour gusts all over again. that low pressure area that's
5:48 am
brought us. this cooler weather is generally going to slide to the east. still going to keep us on the cool side the next couple of days. not quite as cool dell and certainly not quite as unsettled as we have been seeing with these areas of rainfall which and arias case and maybe even yours too, did result in some areas of isolated pockets of heavy rain yesterday could result in those spots again towards the north bay. again, today, as you can see in your temperatures, most of us are going to be spending the afternoon in either range of upper 50's or low sixties union city hayward, oakland, it right at 60, pretty similar to yesterday. mid 60's for antioch, pittsburgh, up to fairfield, very similar to yesterday to well, santa rosa nevado and center fell at 62 tomorrow and thursday. temperatures climb a little bit. we're still staying cool. just a lot clearing a little calmer highs well into the 60's by friday. that's when we start to see temperatures really climbing and it's going to be a warm weekend highs back into the 80's inland and 70's solidly by the bay, right? all right, john, looking for to the warm
5:49 am
conditions. >> alright, traveling this morning. if you're taking the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls around 19 minutes for you. no major delays at this hour. the bay bridge drive times are picking up just a tad bit. meteor lights are on 11 minutes for you. traveling from the maze. 2 that fremont street exit, a check of the san mateo bridge. 13 minute drive. as you're traveling from a 80 across towards one o one. there croghan out towards the bays are at 60 minutes for you to make it down. as you're traveling into the city this morning and the south bay along one, 0, one. 85 into middle part. you get a little slowing down there. 31 minute drive as you're traveling. darya. james, back to you. thanks a lot. ryan is 5.49. a new program could help connect tens of millions of families to the internet. yet president biden is announcing new details of this service. we've got hannah brandt explaining how it works. >> it's going to change people's lives. the president is predicting a major impact from a new government
5:50 am
partnership with internet providers. this means fast and good download speeds with no data gap caps and no extra fees in last year's infrastructure package. congress earmarked billions of dollars to give low-income families monthly $30 internet subsidies. now the biden administration is announcing a deal with 20 companies to offer high-speed internet to those families. for the price of that subsidy, making their internet essentially free. well, internet is part of the effort so they can stay connected for learning for telehealth. >> for just socially connected. the biden administration estimates 48 million households qualify for this program and now we'll be able to better afford internet access when we connect people with high speed internet, we connect them with opportunity. >> families need to sign up to participate and the biden administration is launching get internet dot gov to help get the word out and are sending messages to eligible people for federal agencies and local service organizations. we have to do more education to let folks now
5:51 am
>> it here you can afford it and you really need to sign up. the administration hopes cutting costs here helps provide some relief from rising inflation, a little more breathing room. >> to help them pay their bills. the american family can say and arnett bill just went to $0 a month. that's fantastic. >> in washington, i'm hannah brandt. >> 5.51. let's talk warriors. yes, steph curry making history as the warriors stage a late comeback. >> to beat the last night that her becoming the first player in nba history to make 500 career playoff threes putting the team within one win of the western conference finals. so there you go. john morant and jordan poole at the beginning, shaking some hands. so no hard are now. >> so a 4th quarter because john was out 4th quarter. memphis is up by 6 and there's the floater put memphis up that's not good. and then moments later, that's where steph curry makes a 3 pointer and the crowd goes wild a
5:52 am
minute to go, wide and that's his second free throw. that would give him. that would give going safety, ali believe. yeah. so there you have. it was one of those where it was sloppy in the 1st half. but it came down to the final seconds. >> grizzlies shot blocked by draymond green. he was only saved the day. it's curry was thrilled. the crowd got pump because they do that. they were about to put the final nail in the coffin happy warriors in the end winning it one o one to 98. so they lead the series. now 3 to one. and here's mike brown and company for the grizzlies after the game. >> that's playoff basketball. sometimes its grimy. sometimes it's gritty. and for me, i know again, it shows that because they they turned it into that game. 2 in memphis and we lost. and so we turn to didn't do it again tonight, especially with jobs out and our guys just found a way. so i'm so proud of them. it was a tough night for us. but at this point, the year you win ball games, it doesn't matter
5:53 am
how you get there, but you win ball games and we found a way when the night. that's why i'm excited. >> and it was mike brown talking to steve kerr is covid. yeah. all positive earlier that afternoon call that michael has said be ready might have to coach tonight. i thought what am i to be in the spotlight? because he's going to be leaving the warriors. anyway. so but the warriors worked it out with that maybe that land. so we'll have a few days off because they've got a flat to memphis for game 5 to offer. that is at 6.30. >> i think i don't tomorrow not happen. when you look quick will know what i would like. i would like her since he tested positive like obviously he can't go to the next game either. they could have a law like up up and facebook. you know, booker, whatever, you know. >> and just show his head out. and then if you want you to break the board, you could break the boarding. only gets mad. will be right back. 5.53, is the time.
5:54 am
♪ pop it like it's hooooot. pop it like it's hot.♪ ♪ pop it like it's hot.♪ ♪ pop it like it's— pop my $6.49 classic and spicy 50/50 popcorn chicken combo. only at jack in the box.
5:55 am
pop it like it's— pop my $6.49 classic and spicy 50/50 meet apartment 2a, 2b and 2c. 2a's monitoring his money with a simple text. like what you see abe? yes! 2b's covered with zero overdraft fees when he overdraws his account by fifty bucks or less. and 2c, well, she's not going to let a lost card get her stressed. am i right? that's right. that's because these neighbors all have chase. alerts that help check. tools that help protect. one bank that puts you in control. chase. make more of what's yours. [ drums playing ] ♪ my love for you, baby ♪
5:56 am
♪ is like a merry go round ♪ ♪ it goes up down ♪ ♪ anyway you want it baby ♪ ♪ up ♪ ♪ down ♪ my classic and spicy popcorn chicken with 100% all-white-meat chicken. and good good sauce. ♪ pop it like it's hot ♪ ♪ pop it like it's hot ♪ ♪ pop it like it's hot ♪ pop my $6.49 classic and spicy 50/50 popcorn chicken combo. order on the jack app today. now. and the monterey spca wildlife center has tiny snowy. >> over baby gosh. i've a friend. she's crazy about chicks, you know. and and and chickens and hatching. yeah. and this is like off the charts. cute. but 3 siblings. apparently birds were found abandoned at a local beach and the baby that just hatched was still in its shell. >> when a wave washed out of
5:57 am
its nest, wow, the center is going to be raising them together because their siblings and then released them once. they're about 4 to 5 weeks old. they think oh, that the be free. >> they just look magical because it's so something you don't see that it's just looks like a. >> an odd marvel. marvel makes you appreciate it. ok, we're going take a quick break at 5.57. coming up in the next hour of the kron. 4 morning news. >> we sit down with district attorney chase of the game to answer your questions. we're going hear his plans for san francisco and stanford university investigating a potential hate crime on campus. we're going to tell you university's response to a noose being found and the child is the victim of a highway shooting in vacaville. we'll tell you what police know so far and even update on that child's condition this morning. from prom dresses to workouts and new adventures you hope the more you give the less they'll miss. but even if your teen was vaccinated against meningitis in the past they may be missing vaccination for meningitis b.
5:58 am
although uncommon, up to 1 in 5 survivors of meningitis will have long term consequences. now as you're thinking about all the vaccines your teen might need make sure you ask your doctor if your teen is missing meningitis b vaccination. 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. booking most cruises can be complicated. but this isn't most and inspicruises.ou need. this is celebrity cruises. and we think cruising shouldn't be confusing. so, on our award winning vacations drinks, wi-fi and tips are always included. every sailing. every room. every guest. effortless from the start. celebrity cruises.
5:59 am
big tobacco's cigarette butts filter practically nothing and are made of microplastic fibers that are toxic and cunning. they may seep into water and food, and air, too. and the smaller microplastics get, the more damage they do. could they end up in you, your bodies, their prey?
6:00 am
new studies indicate possible links to mutations in dna. an evil lie with a future's worth of harm. to the world, now you know. so sound the alarm. >> from the bay area's local news station. you're watching the%kron. 4 morning news at 6. >> good morning and thanks for waking up with us at 6 o'clock too early for trouble on to have too the weather on this tuesday. what is it may 10th. we've got john with the weather outlook on this tuesday and what you think, john, today compared to yesterday has be different. this is not a lot different, definitely a lot of similarities. we are going to see. >> another round of possible sprinkles. maybe even some heavy downpours up in the north bay. and we're also see breezy cool weather sounds pretty familiar. you look out
6:01 am


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on