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>>watching kron. we begin right now with breaking news. >>that breaking news out of limor livermore this afternoon where 2 people have been injured in a helicopter crash at apg any training facility. thanks for joining us here on kron on news at noon. i'm noelle bellow. this crash happened around 10 o'clock this morning at the facility on national drive. officials with the livermore fire department say the pilot suffered critical injuries. another person was hanging on the outside of the chopper when the crash happened. they suffered minor injuries. we're told this is one of pg and e's normal training procedures pg e has not released a full statement on this crash. but
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we do know the ntsb and the faa have already begun their investigation. we do have a crew on their way to the scene of the crash will continue to follow this story all day long and bring you any new details as they come into the newsroom. another big story we are following today. a new poll spelling bad news for san francisco district attorney chase abou dean. it suggests a majority of people living in the city do not want him in office anymore. kronon's camila barco takes a closer look at those numbers. according to that poll, 57% of voters are in favor of recalling chess now this poll was conducted by the san francisco standard. >>and they're breaking down the numbers that they found during their research just one month before election day. 22% of voters say they plan to reject the recall. 21% still don't know how they will vote. the poll found that voters are basing their judgment on the dean's handling on issues of
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homelessness crimes and drugs in the city. the san francisco standard used in on political research group to conduct the poll they surveyed more than 1000 registered voters between april 30th and 4th researchers found the number one concern for voters in the city is homelessness. according to the poll, 68% say homelessness is what they like, least about living in san francisco. also in the poll, 73% support arresting people who commit minor property crimes like car break ins and shoplifting. people have blamed the dean for not being tough enough on those crimes. now, as far as mayor london breed, voters also weighed in on her job performance. 51% disapprove on how she's running the city. 49% approve on how she's doing. and it's a similar situation with the san francisco police department. the poll found 52% of voters approve on how the department is operating while 48% are
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voters still have a chance to cast their vote. they have until june 7 and it is then the district attorney chesa boudin teen. we'll find out his political fate for now in san francisco, camila barco kron. 4 news. >>in an effort to show what his office is doing to crack down on dean announced an undercover operation yesterday that helped recover thousands of stolen items from car break ins and other thefts. these are some of the phones, computers and electronics recovered during operation auto pilot. a special san francisco da task force found the items after serving a search warrant at a boba tea shop in the city. the dean says the team use rental cars baited with high value items. armed with tracking devices to go after the thieves. he says a lot of the stolen items, including some things their team baited ended up at that boba shop. investigators say they plan to trace back the stolen property and return them. >>one of our biggest hoax is
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that this operation? will deter future similar criminal activity. we know that lots of people come in auto burglaries in san francisco because they don't fear they'll get arrested. but now every single person who is considering committing one of those crimes on our streets, we'll have to contend with the fact that we're watching. we are watching. we're coming for you and there will be consequences if you commit crimes in our city. >>the task force arrested a 41 year-old man at that boba shop. his report. his wife reportedly owns it. he made bail yesterday, though, is being monitored with a gps tracker. happening today. senate majority leader chuck schumer has said a vote that would protect access to abortion nationwide. democrats do not have the 60 votes needed to pass that bill, but they're forcing every senator to go on the record with their stance on the issue. 49 senators are expected to support the measure. senator joe manchin of west virginia is the only democrat opposing mess along with all 50
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republicans. recent polls show a majority of americans say abortion should be legal in all or most cases. back here at home, california democrats are fighting to. they're concerned about how the supreme court's potential decision could impact people of color. the california woman's legislative caucus say women of color would be disproportionately impacted if roe v wade is overturned. it's why they're urging lawmakers to move forward and faster with proposed abortion protection bills. there are more than a dozen bills moving through the legislature right now. that would add protection that would protect reproductive rights and expand access to abortion. some republican state lawmakers, though, say california democrats are politicizing the issue. >>if this leaked supreme court were, in fact become final, they would literally have no impact on california. a california laws in this area are among the most far in the entire country. and yet, the
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governor members of the legislature are using the prospect of this court in order to fan the flames of partisan division. >>in order to get a woman's right to choose included in the state constitution. the measure will have to pass the legislature by june 30th if passed, californians would vote on it in november. now to the very latest developments in ukraine. ukrainian forces are reportedly squeezing one of russia's key economic pipelines. president volodymyr zelensky says russian troops are being pushed away from kharkiv, which is a crucial city for putins objectives in eastern ukraine. meanwhile, ukraine has halted the flow of russian natural gas through a key hub in an area controlled by russian-backed separatists means russia may have to send gas to western europe through ukrainian controlled territory, making it hard to maintain that supply chain. now neither side is willing to give up in ukraine. world
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leaders are concerned, though, that the war could stretch on for months. ukrainian president zelensky still aims to hold ground in the conflict and ultimately wants to take back territory. the russians annexed back in 2014 reports indicate couldn't is digging in, though, for what could be a prolonged and unpredictable battle in the days and weeks ahead, the u.s. director of national intelligence warning now that putin may be growing frustrated and that he is in it for the long haul. combined with the reality that putin faces a mismatch between his ambitions and russia's current conventional. >>military capabilities likely means next few months could see us moving along the more unpredictable and potentially escalatory trajectory. >>the u.s. and european allies are sending more weapons and ammo to ukraine, energy and food and security. still major concerns for the folks there. >>we all small of four-legged fighter has won the hearts of people around the world. some positive news here. his work
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to help protect ukraine was so important. the president has taken notice. correspondent sloane glass has the story. >>for the a service dog >>ukrainian president, volodymyr zelensky honored patron for his war time effort. his tail on sunday ceremony. the bomb sniffing dog has found more than 200 explosive devices and prevented their destination. so how did he learn this scale? his owner works in the civil protection services in ukraine and talk to 2 year-old pup patron was trained to recognize the smelled gun powder and signal his human teammates when he finds it from there, they defuse the device is remembered. this is going to be a process that takes years. once you teach the dog a system of what yes means that we get our dog
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around. that specific said whether it's via food or be a toys, there's multiple ways to imprint a dog on a specific but all going to start with charging are markers. and since russian forces left behind barry land mines across parts of the country. >>patron has been used to teach children the importance of safety rules dubbed the mascot of turning >>he certainly seems to like his job with that. canadian prime minister justin trudeau also in attendance in sunday's ceremony held in ukraine, an immune to patrons time he searched his pockets for dog saves people's lives. every single day in different ways. whether it's and detection were there literally sniffing out bombs and saving armed forces or whether it's the standard pet dog inside a home to saving that human from their depression or so on so forth. dogs are amazing. >>and their ability to help people get shown over and over again. and they have been in war time for thousands of
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years. >>taking you back here to home where we can get you a check of your forecast on this wednesday. kron on meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez standing by. definitely a lot. sunnier and warmer today than the last few days and brings a yes, certainly in bags were noticing that cool sea breeze not going to be as intense today. so it's going to make our feels like temperatures feel warmer out there in the bay area. but today's daytime highs, 5 to 10 degrees below average. we should be averaging. >>mid 60's to mid 70's. instead we're going to remain in the mid 50's along the coasts. downtown san francisco. 56 degrees with oakland trying to flirt with 60's as our alameda and hayward. but currently 59 degrees little bit milder for those of you in san jose at 63 degrees with concord currently in the mid 60's there and widespread low to mid 60's for most of our north bay valleys, nevado and fairfax currently in the mid 60's. so we're going to see a few degrees of warming continuing through tomorrow. the radar for not
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tracking any thunderstorm threat. we're going to stay clear bright and sunny throughout today. we will notice a little bit of a cool sea breeze influence along the coast. downtown san francisco right now seeing 21 mile per sustained winds with gusts upwards of 25 miles per hour later today. and then by tonight, right before the sun sets, we're going to see some pretty breezy winds along the bay area coastline and even for north bay valleys around 35 miles per hour or less. but we are noticing a gradual warming trend that's going to peak on saturday with some of our warmest inland valleys, possibly warming up into the low 90's, 5 to 15 degrees above average for most bay area cities this weekend more my full forecast in just a few minutes. noel, back to you. theresa, thank you. and national news today. new details in that wild manhunt that ended with an alabama murder suspect back behind bars. >>and left a former corrections officer dead today. a coroner's office confirming that officer died of a single self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
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brian entin has more. >>casey white extradited back in alabama to face a judge after an 11 day manhunt is finally over. dash cam video shows the moment police stormed vicky and casey white's car on monday. you see officers cuff white laying down on the hood of the patrol car, then they put him down on the ground. we're also getting a look at what was inside the getaway car. $29,000 in cash and an ar 15 for handguns, a taser and multiple rounds of ammo. the vanderburgh indiana county sheriff says it all would have ended much, much worse if they hadn't done the pit maneuver and stopped the couple. then we later found out had they not that. >>the fugitive was going to engage in a shootout with law enforcement. the sheriff says vicky white was shot and killed. he says all indications are she took her own life. police released the 9-1-1 call made from inside the car during the pursuit. >>and you can hear what appears to be vickie's voice l
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>>don't what to get out a time >>before the chase, detectives say the couple was staying at this motel just across the street from the sheriff's office. the key wore wigs when she came in and out. the manager says he never saw them and it was a local person who rented the room and did he use fake id nothing. somebody else checking? >>well, officially. and then david visiting them technically. >>crazy story. all right. coming up here on kron on a major drug bust in the east bay. what we know about the 15 pounds of fentanyl found and a high school parking lot. plus, officials released new video showing the moments leading up to a police shooting at a south bay restaurant. you're watching kron on. we've got more news after the break.
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>>down to san jose now where police there released new video from an officer involved shooting of kwan green. the young man was shot 4 times by police in march after police say they thought he was the suspect in a shooting at a to korea kron on's justin campbell shows us the new video and what green has to say in response. >>this sound in scene of 4 bullets hitting k on green. did you feel like you want to i didn't know. i didn't know. i just i was hoping i didn't,
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though. >>i kept myself cool, calm and just can't breathe. now recovering at san jose police released new body camera footage which they say shows green did not follow commands when he was shot march. 27 at that live. victoria talk of >>officers can be heard giving repeated commands, telling green to drop the gun. when green does not drop the gun here, shot a total of 4 times green's attorney adante pointer says his client is a key role for defusing a fight in green stands by what he did. he would have the same since. yes, sir. police released green from custody at the hospital after they realize someone else brought the gun to the talk idea. police today also released the officer's name who shot green. the subject officer in the shooting as mark mcnamara, i realized that they didn't release the shooting officers body cam. if you look closely, the video shows 2 officers behind mcnamara attorney
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adante pointer praises them for not shooting. we have several others and good sense and restraint. >>to not fire their guns and instead assess the >>green wants mcnamara fired and suing that department reporting in san jose. justin campbell kron. 4 news. >>well, making selling and possessing a ghost gun. and san jose is now officially illegal. city leaders voted unanimously to approve an ordinance banning ghost guns last night. that ordinance prohibits the manufacturing transferring assembly distribution and sale of ghost guns frames and receivers. the measure takes it a step further to buy. also prohibiting people from having the guns and their parts. some leaders were concerned under current city law. the police can't seize or impound those ghost guns. most community members were on board with however, did question the ordinances effectiveness. >>there's me that the city council spends time on something like this. that will
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actually not prevent any violence whatsoever. >>according to a city memo, ghost guns accounted for. 25 to 50% of firearms recovered at crime scenes in california. that's over an 18 month period in 2020 2021. and santa clara county, the number of ghost guns recovered at crime scenes increased by nearly 72% between 2015 and 2021. well, 3 men are in trouble with the law after police uncovered a human trafficking ring them. multi-agency operation was conducted at a hotel in sandra fell. police say ads were placed on web sites where buyers typically look for women offering services for pay. officers were specifically looking for female juveniles who might be trafficked and buyers seeking minors over the course of a 6 hour operation. 2 men were arrested for soliciting a minor for lewd purposes. another man was cited for allegedly helping a female and prostitution. a small roadside
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flower shop in petaluma suffered a big loss during a burglary on mother's day. kron's haaziq madyun went through surveillance video with the owner of the shop to figure out what happened. >>we saw video surveillance. 2 guys coming to the stand at about 01:00am they just kind of ran and grabbed all the book is they can fit in their arms, which is about like 12 to $1500 with the and took off with and it was super fast. it was a really big blow for us. the beside farm in floral design in petaluma. liddy larkin says it was a really big blow because the 2 burglars cleaned out her roadside flower shop the overnight hours before one of her busy is events of the year mother's day because it's a really busy weekend in. >>we've been cutting flowers for week 7 buying flowers from other farms. we've been on our feet for the longest days a week. >>there are no on-site
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florida's tier at beside. it's kind of a country roadside self checkout business model that's built on the honor system between larkin and our customers. we've an honor system or farm stand here. >>so anyone driving by can come in, check out we have leave the money in the safe. >>and then we also do a lot of flowers for delivery down to san francisco and oakland and all over that. >>the bay area, it appears there is no honor among these 2 thieves who took advantage of the honor system. in fact, she says it is the first time something like this has happened since she opened the flower stand 8 years ago. you know, there's been of okay taken here or there. our big display or has been out front taken once, but certainly nothing like this lady larkin recently installed the surveillance camera that recorded the 2 thieves. she says if someone out there recognizes these 2 to tell them that it's not too late to do the right thing. >>if the people who did this are >>they can come, you know, pay
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me for those fires. anyone with information about the burglary is asked to contact the sonoma county sheriff's office in little has it meant you kron 4 news. >>you're watching kron on. we'll have more news after the break.
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>>despite issuing more than 200 layoff notices earlier this year, the san francisco unified school district says
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it's actually only going to have to lay off 20 employees. the district says 15 of them will be rehired in the next school year. originally, the school board said those layoffs were necessary because of budget problems caused by a decline in enrollment. it might but we have had some really strange weather over the last couple of days. >>yes, this is hail that fell across the bay area. a video sent to us from a viewer in napa yesterday of intense hail coming down in the afternoon. it was a similar scene to up in santa rosa, not only hail, but a few flashes of lightning in this video as well. it was very cold last night, of course, as well. thankfully today the sun is out. i don't think we're going to expect such things yet again. as women across northern california are getting outside to fight. some of the
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emotional troubles brought on by the pandemic girls who hike as a national community of local chapters designed to connect woman with other local women, a group that has grown since the pandemic. the founder attributes that growth 2 peoples need to get out of the house. >>may >>be just the health-care i think people really want to active. and then it was also one of those things that as soon as governor newsom said that it was an activity. i think people is really take it up. they just wanted to get out of the house. they wanted to like reconnect with nature. we connect with other people, especially during the you know, it's just it's just reconnecting with people. >>aside from meeting new people, they also give each other hiking advice. the group says they're hoping to begin official hikes later this summer. hearst castle set to reopen after being closed for 2 years. the state park unit
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has located in san luis obispo county. it was close to the pandemic and then severe rainstorms in 2021. damaged access. as you can see here, the road just completely being washed away. the project to repair hearst castle road cost 13.7 million dollars, but they did it and it's reopening now. state parks organization will celebrate the reopening today with the new julie morgan tour. tickets cost just $6 to go visit. so might be something to add to that summer travel us you're watching kron on. we'll have more news after the break.
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>>our top story this half-hour, that breaking news out of livermore where 2 people have been injured in a helicopter crash at apg any training facility. kron on's felipe called joint u.s. live now from the scene. tlaib, we know fire officials did give an update just a bit ago. what can you tell us? >>as of right now, it looks like the livermore pleasanton fire department's investigation here is wrapped up. they just left but the ntc tsb. we'll be in charge of this investigation. they're aware of it. so as the f f f a a we do know, as you mentioned, that 2 people were injured, a pilot and then a second person that was outside of the helicopter wall. it was running this training exercise at the electric safety academy here for pg neon national
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drive in livermore. apparently the fire department says during this training exercise, the pilot actually had to be extra created extricated from the aircraft after it crashed of the person who was outside of the aircraft during the training exercise was actually able to pretty much walk away. but both were taken to hospitals for treatment. the pilot to a trauma center where he's in a more the serious condition. the other person taken to the hospital as a precaution. we do not know what led up to this crash. why it whether there were extenuating circumstances that led to this. we asked the fire department if it is possible the helicopter actually hit a power line. they say they don't believe that's the case at this time. but that's still under investigation. we also on want to know is it a common for something like this to happen at this facility? orders usually pretty good. and this is what battalion chief jim hartman had to say.
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>>this facility. so they do. it's a comprehensive facility. they bad the fire department out here. to teach us about safety as well. they're very real well-run facility. >>and the fire department adds that when they arrived on scene, this was just before 10 o'clock. they say there's some discrepancy on the timing because we heard from pg and e and from the ntsb that it may have happened at around 10, 30 either way. there were told that there was no fire when fire department arrived. they also got mutual aid from the alameda county fire departments. so it was a quick response, unfortunately, at this time, as far as we know, it appears that both people that were injured will walk away. live in livermore, phillipe djegal all kron. 4 news. yeah. that is a positive. felipe, thank you for the very latest. we'll continue to follow this story. >>all day long here on kron on
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and kron 4. >>down to the south bay now where students at san jose state university are rallying for better protections against assault. kron on's charles clifford joining us live at the campus now. >>he's got details on what they're demanding. charles. >>well, i'm on the campus of san jose state university right now where the school is dealing with the fallout from one of its athletic trainers being charged with misconduct today, group of students held a rally rally on campus asking to school, do more to protect students. on the san jose state university campus. wednesday. students rally demanding that the school do more to protect students against assault. this comes after former san jose state university athletic trainer scott shaw was charged with pmultiple counts of allegedly touching female athletes inappropriately over the course of several years. if convicted. the 54 year-old could face up to 6 years in prison. san jose state university has already paid out thousands to the wistleblower who came out against shaw. there have also
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been settlements with several of shaw's alleged victims at wednesday's rally. organizers said the school needs to do more, including fully staffing the schools title 9 department provide more transparency and quarterly reports and work to rebuild trust through holding people accountable. we want them to do a better job. >>students deserve safety. title 9 is federal legislation that is meant to protect students. sjsu failed to protect its students for over a decade. and we are saying that we will not tolerate this anymore. shows you cannot stay silent about it anymore and students deserve to what their rights are and is jsu is doing to ensure the rights safety. >>for its part, the school says on its website that they are committed to protecting all people regardless of their gender or gender identity from discrimination, which includes harassment and misconduct. all right, back live. now, that is the very latest here in the south bay, charles clifford kron. 4 news.
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>>thank you for that live report. >>new at noon today, 4 people are in custody after a major fentanyl bust outside of a high school. here's a look at the hall. alameda county sheriff's deputies say they found 15 pounds of fentanyl. a kilo of heroin and $139,000. they say this was all inside a drug dealer's car at mcclymonds high school in oakland. 4 people have been arrested. officials say the bus was not related to the school and since drug trafficking within 1000 feet of a school as a separate crime, extra charges are going to be filed. also new at noon, the united states marked a new record for overdose deaths. more than 107,000 people died from drug overdoses last year. that's about one death every 5 minutes. the latest data from the cdc shows 2021 site 15% jump from the previous record set in 2020. the white house recently announced its national drug control strategy which aims to connect more
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people to treatment shutdown, drug trafficking rings and expand access to medicine that can treat overdose symptoms. for your health. today, covid cases they are on the rise. the omicron subvariant now being detected in the wastewater down in the south bay. san jose is showing the most cases across the bay area. the county's public health department also seeing early signs of covid hospitalizations being affected. >>the levels there are now more than twice what they were 2 weeks ago. they've been steadily climbing for about a month and they're above what we saw at the height of delta. >>doctor cody says he wearing your mask testing and getting vaccinated will continue to prevent the spread for those who are 50 and older. they are eligible for a second booster shot. if it's at least been 4 months since their first.
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millions of americans. meanwhile, got medicaid health insurance during the covid-19 pandemic could lose their coverage this year or next year. according to a new study, the kaiser family foundation says as many as 14 million americans could lose their coverage. one federal subsidies and the study says states will begin to end coverage for some people when the national covid-19 public health emergency expires on july. 15th. when that happens, state medicaid agencies will have 12 months to check the eligibility of every person and notify those who no longer qualify data is showing fewer people are getting tested for covid-19. the stats have health experts concerned about tracking the virus. experts say testing has dropped by 70 to 90% worldwide from the first to the 2nd quarter of this year. the lack of testing is making it tougher for scientists to track the course of the pandemic and spot new worrisome viral mutants as they emerge and spread health experts who follow covid-19 trends also say at-home covid
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tests our big concern because they are largely invisible to tracking systems. with that in mind, flu cases are surging pretty late this year. the peak is expected this month, rather than the end of late february surge that we're used to reporter alex caprariello has a look at the signs and symptoms of what to look out for as covid surges as well. >>as spring turns to summer, there's an unexpected surprise for parents and kids are maybe sick. every. >>one thurso are a little bit more than usual. america is undergoing a months long outbreak of the flu passing with ease among the public. well past the typical flu season. influenza is interesting because of the way it starts. it usually starts quite suddenly. you feel like you're hit by a train combined with the ongoing pandemic. it spells out trouble for hospitals. the cdc estimates nearly 6 million flu cases so far this year leading to
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nearly 60,000 hospitalizations and 3600 deaths pair that with the pandemic. the united states has seen a 21% increase in covid cases over last week. we still haven't sorted out what the exact vaccine schedule is. we don't know when boosters are needed. covid still hasn't settled into a seasonal respiratory ponder common symptoms between the 2 include fever, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue and sore throat. but there are some differences to look out for. symptoms will appear sooner. if you have the flu and the key indicator, if you have covid, you'll notice a gradual increase in those prominent respiratory symptoms and also the loss of taste and smell getting vaccinated is the most important thing you can do to prevent infection. and the masking works for both. >>all right. it's time now to get you a check of your forecast. we've got the sun shining today. kron on meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez standing by. she's got a more details on what we
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can expect a member he said, yeah, we've had quite a bit of a roller coaster ride whether rise in the bay area. we notice pop up thunderstorms that brought hail to parts of the north bay and east bay. but now we're seeing a lot more sunshine from coast to coast. let's take a look. >>at the east bay over berkeley right now in the upper 50's of oakland at 59 degrees. alameda little bit warmer at 60 degrees. but temperatures going to remain below average right now. fremont 67 degrees. one of the warmest cities out there in the bay area with valais and a bottle also in the mid 60's. but downtown san francisco wouldn't be surprised if you don't even reach the 60's today. right now you're in the mid 50's getting a cool sea breeze in full and so tracking a lot of sunshine. some changes, though, heading your way into your thursday morning and thursday afternoon, we could see some very light shower chances increasing for those of you in santa rosa. overall, that storm track not nudging as far southward. so looks like we're going to remain dry, but we will notice a bit more cloud cover for your thursday morning,
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clearing out by thursday afternoon. so temperatures not really going to change all that much from today's daytime highs. we're tracking low to mid 60's from coast to valleys and we're going to be about 5 to 10 degrees below average, even into your thursday as well. but temperatures warming up above normal by friday with summer-like temperatures peaking on saturday. some of our warmest inland valleys could actually warming into the low 90's. but overall, temperatures going to be about 5 to 15 degrees above average with mid 60's along the coast. mid 70's for the east bay shoreline and widespread mid 80's as you make their way inland until we gradually start to cool down with seasonal temperatures, not arriving until monday. back to, you know, well. >>devastating video to show you at a north carolina home. a beach home collapsed into the atlantic ocean during a violent storm. this is one of
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2 homes that were actually destroyed on the outer banks of north carolina. small island strip exposed to the atlantic. you can see those waves crashing into the side of the home eventualy just tearing it apart. hundreds of vacation homes have actually been built on that shore, even though the area is extremely vulnerable to a storm surge, neither of those collapsed homes were occupied. thankfully, no one hurt, but just a really sad to see something like that. back here at home, a san francisco tradition is back this weekend bay to breakers run. it's happening. it's happening on sunday. >>we have some footage from previous races. of course, so many people, thousands expected to show up and colorful costumes for the 12 k run since 1912, actually more than 2 million people have completed the iconic journey across san francisco bay. it starts on the east side of the city along the panhandle and through golden gate park and ends up at the great highway
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along ocean beach finish line closes at 1 o'clock sunday afternoon. and there's going to be a lot of people hanging out enjoying themselves once they complete that race. all right. coming up here on kronon, if you've ever found yourself unable to decide whether you want to walk or drive, we may have found the perfect car for you. you're watching kron on why more ne
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>>the giants host of the rockies for game 2 of the 3 game series in the bottom of
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the second. the giants were up by a run. those bases loaded for curt casali. any lines one into right for a base hit. charlie blackmon can't field it. 2 runs come in to score. giants extending their lead to 3. they would go on to win this game and they'll look for the sweep later today. meanwhile, one of the greatest san jose sharks of all time is hanging up his skates. patrick marleau has announced his retirement. can't canadian native was drafted by the sharks at 17 years old. he's played 23 seasons and in his 1768 games he is. that's the most by any nhl player. marlowe owns franchise records for goals points, game, winning goals, shots at an emotional retirement celebration in san jose. he said his career would not have been possible without the support of his family. >>to christina and my boys. landon brody, jager and caleb.
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thank you for all the sacrifices you've made over the years. and all the support you've you've given me. if anybody's read the article that was published this morning by end of the same with article was ended. >>and by saying thank you, hockey. >>marlow says he does not know what his future holds. he hasn't decided if he'll remain involved in the game and some other capacity. you're watching kron on. we'll have more news after the break. for state controller, only yiu will save taxpayers money. wait, who, me? me? no, not you. yvonne yiu. yvonne yiu.
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>>all the summer travel season is approaching an airport. they're going to be busy. travel experts say memorial day bookings are surging right now. according to aaa, there's twice as many bookings of flights, hotels and rental cars compared to what they saw memorial day weekend last year after a survey of 5,000 aaa members, 79% of them said they feel comfortable traveling again. 59% say they're ok, taking a commercial flight. it's going to cost you a little more, though. aaa says the average cost for a domestic flight for each day over memorial day weekend is about $160 more that it was last year. according to the international air transport association, passenger traffic is expected to reach prepandemic levels by next year. that's thanks to a faster than anticipated boost. an international travel
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despite strict covid lockdowns in china, which is a major flight market. officials say recovery is going strong with demand high it through rest the rest of the year actually a summer of 2023 is expected to be especially strong for those global booking soap star chicken. for your money. now interest rates on student loans will be determined today and a critical new report on inflation is also out. jane king is in new york with those stories and more. really is. >>a little bit hotter than expected. but a decrease from last month. so the cpi, consumer price index number showed that prices of a basket of things like groceries and fuel and housing up by 8.3% compared to april of last year. so it's a little bit of a bigger jump. what we had expected but a smaller increase than what we saw in march. now, student loan debt hit another record high despite payment suspensions. federal reserve says the total student debt reached just under 1.6 trillion in the 1st
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quarter. category accounts for about 10% of total household debt, which is nearing 16 trillion dollars and college students and their families should keep an eye on the treasury department's government bond auction, which is scheduled for today. not something we typically watch, but this is the main determinant of the interest rate on new federal student loans. it's likely the interest rates will be much higher than a year ago. and netflix reportedly told employees recently it may roll out a lower price streaming option. that includes commercials by the end of the year, which is sooner about the company. a previously signaled for years to flex had resisted has on his platform, said focusing on adding subscribers. but in the most recent earnings report, they actually lost subscribers for the first time in 10 years. live from the nasdaq market site. i'm jane king. >>cookies on your computer. meanwhile, help websites. remember who you are when you return? but did you know they can leave crumbs that advertisers and even spammers can follow are here to tell you there's a way to turn them off. if you want. rich demuro
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explains in today's tech smart. >>and we bought 10 trackers into cookies, cookies. a basic building block of the internet. a cookie is a little piece of information on your computer that can follow you from site to site handy because they keep us from having to log into the same website over and over. tricky since they tracked nearly everything we do on the web. every website you visit every search that you do is aggregated by data brokers and third-party cookies. it's these third-party cookies that are most troublesome. they watch what we search for. what we buy news articles we read and the sites we visit. so just by visiting one website, you might be sharing your information with a lot of other companies like google, facebook, warnermedia, microsoft, oracle, amazon, verizon. >>and even yahoo. companies combine what they learn about us from the web with online
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databases that contain even more information about us. pretty much all the demographics that one can think of can be accrued together and combined with what you're searching. alex kubiak is general manager of star page dot com. a privacy centric search engine. right now. it's not often happening too. you know, do anything. >>malicious it's to it's to drive sales its third-party cookies. that turns stuff we shop for into ads that follow us around. so how to fight back. >>you can use a private search engine like start page duckduckgo where the browser brave. if you use chrome, you can go into settings and toggle a switch to block third-party cookies. safari blocks them by default. you can also install an extension to do this like the one from start page. i think the aggregation of lots of different privacy products is the best way to go. >>domestic prices here in the states continue to soar with the rise of fuel and food. as president biden tries to
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tackle inflation, the limelight now on electric vehicles as more major car makers are making investments into electric cars. reporter kristen joyce has the details. >>we are now seeing some of the big players way cup in addition to leader tesla, major automakers like gm involve for making huge investments in the production of evs. how great to see full with the f one. 50 lightning, the mustang mach e and i think they can build enough. but this momentum is at risk of stalling. roger at can says if the charging process does not become as easy as possible. he is the founder of electric vehicles outlook in the uk. also an advisor to momentum dynamics. he just completed the north american tour sharing more about wireless charging technology that is currently being used in oslo in sweden. this whole principle of. >>what a cool grazing route and guzzling just makes most sense. imagine driving an electric vehicle over a wireless charging pad. >>without having to lift a finger or get out of the vehicle. momentum dynamics
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would like to make this a reality for all. the company is a leader in wireless charging technology that's found that the solution to range anxiety isn't putting bigger batteries into cars that can hold more charge. it's letting the charging infrastructure itself contribute to extending the driving range of vehicles about trees. the biggest well, certainly a big chunk of the cost of the navy. if we can see this happen with cars, if we can have small about trees, which costs less, we can bring the price atv's down, you know, probably quicker than we would have done. >>and a little was challenging, you know, little and often rather than having to fill the whole thing up for hours. >>well, this isn't your average electric vehicle. take a look at this. new u.s. car from hyundai. the carmaker opening a 20 million dollar development center in montana to focus on what it calls its ultimate mobility vehicles.
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the autonomous cargo vehicles, 4 wheels, each of a long bendable leg that can rise up and walk over obstacles, which it cannot drive over hyundai and visions. it being used for difficult rescue operations following natural disasters. those 2 designs right now one to carry people. another for payloads. pretty interesting. thanks for watching. kron on at noon. i'm noelle bellow. we'll see you right back here at 3 o'clock. >>the news continues on kron on grab your phone and scanned the qr code on your screen to download the kron on app. also available on roku. amazon fire stick and apple tv.
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