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in the 40's and 50's for most of us. a few 30's in the north bay, though. so definitely bundle up this morning. those extra layers much as you've gotten used to are going to be coming in handy. a bit of a brisk feel in a few spots as it is breezy, especially towards the coast will be tracking how warm it gets this weekend in your full forecast. first, though, let's go over to rain. that where we have with the roads. well, john, we do have an accident. this is down in sunnyvale. so westbound to 37 to that one. 0, one north connector, slight delay along to 37. if you're traveling there. >> heading into the city this morning, 17 minute drive making it from the maze to that fremont street exit. so traffic has been steadily building as the morning goes on 15 minutes to travel a 80 to one o one across the san mateo bridge for you. richmond center fell tolls to one 0 one now at 13 minutes. so that's up from where we last were. when we checked in there croghan down towards the maze. 27 minutes for your drive. if you're traveling and highway 4 heading from antioch into conquered a little under 36
minutes. tara, james, back to you. thank you. reyna. >> so let's get to some breaking news from overnight of the alameda county sheriff's office now investigating a possible shooting in san leandro ground force. camila barco is following it live from the newsroom. what do we know right now? camila? >> well, tara, we know according to one witness that one person has been shot in a san leandro neighborhood. there's plenty of homes in that area and investigators are looking through the evidence that they collected at that scene to find out what happened. moments before you're taking a look at the scene of the shooting happened around midnight. and as you can see, a lot of deputy cars, the crowded caroline street near wellington way where the shooting happened now, this is just off highway 5.80, near fairmont terrace park. and like i said, there's plenty of homes. >> in that area, deputies blocked off the streets with crime scene tape. and as you can see, they are the area for any clues. now, the alameda county sheriff's was there around midnight when the shots
rang out. and according to a witness, a person was shot in the chest. the dar and james, at this time, we do not know how the victim is doing. we have reached out to the sheriff's office for more information. >> about crime scene. once we know more, we'll bring you the latest for now. back to you. thanks. a lot of camilla. >> 7 '02. let's get to one of our developing stories right now out of southern california. fast-moving wildfires burning in orange county. and here's some live looks video courtesy of our sister station ktla. there about 200 acres in size. but the devastation really has been to the homes that you see here at the top of the ridge, about 20 of them have burned so far. and here's the thing. so it looks like, you know, a track wants to see how close these homes are using. >> these are mansions. so these homes that have gone up are huge. one of the firefighters was talking about. >> tried to save one right. and and how when they get cooking. i mean, they're just
going up like giant bonfires. and the winds i think they were at 30 miles an hour. luckily the big guy yeah. apparently these flames started in the canyon below and then the winds drove them up to the crest and then obviously it let some of these homes on fire with carlos herrera. he's on the ground right now. taking a closer look at the damage. so let's hear his report. >> it really is heartbreaking to see the devastation and destruction caused by the coastal fire. this gated community, the car, not a point in laguna niguel got by far the biggest impact you can see one of the more than 20 homes that were either damaged or destroyed. this one here, just the front part of it still standing. still some hot spots burning and some embers flying around as well. just to give you clear perspective of what's going on here with this fire. many homes right next door also damaged or destroyed. here's one of them. take a look. you can see this one here. burned to the ground. nothing left of this. we've seen some firefighters
focusing on this home in another one next door to try put out these hot spots are big concern here today is those embers flying? right across the street sparking other fires at near by holmes. i spoke with a firefighter just a few moments ago. he says it's incredible to think that this small vegetation fire caused this much impact because the winds weren't as bad as they expected. but still cause such a big destruction in this area. what started? as a small vegetation fire yesterday afternoon in at least a wood canyon just east of laguna beach exploded in size in just a few hours. the coast of meyer has now burned nearly 200 acres. the flames fueled by strong coastal winds that roared up hillsides and over fire breaks at least 20 multimillion dollar homes have been destroyed or damaged. many of them burned to the ground. also, some vehicles have been destroyed. the city
of laguna beach has now proclaimed a local emergency and evacuation order now in place for parts of laguna niguel. you can see this firefighter here putting out the hot spots at this home, which we showed you just a few moments ago. the big concern is that this take a look across the street. homes that appear to be okay. no damage, no destruction. so they don't want these embers to spark fly across. and damaged these homes that are still standing. as of now, we do know at the fire remains under investigation in terms of what caused it. and there are no injuries to be reported. i'm carlos that i'll send it back to you guys. >> 7, 0, 5, and happening today, 2 people charged with kidnapping a 3 month-old baby in san jose are going to be back in court. jose por and yes, enny romero has faced multiple charges including home invasion and kidnapping for taking baby brandon quay
are from his home in san jose is grandmother was watching the child. this happened 2 weeks ago. the last time that the pair is in court. the judge did not address bail this time. that's what's supposed to happen today. >> 7, 0, 5, is the time in the east bay. a family who owns coin shops are frustrated with thieves have been targeting their stores. sherry and her daughter jennifer on the martinez coin and jewelry store and another shop and leo as well. but they say thieves tried to break into their shops twice in the last couple of months. and this is some of the surveillance video capturing them in the act. now, luckily they weren't able to get in so they didn't steal anything. but the damage they did. well, that's been really hitting the business hard, costing them a lot of money. her daughter reached out to other shops in the area to see if maybe they also been targeted by these same thieves. turns out no spears at their store is the only one that's been targeted so far. >> if this keeps happening, is it really worth keeping the stores open? it? you know, it's costing us justin re
fortifications alone in the last 3 years and probably spent 20 or 30 grand trying to make it harder for these guys to get in. and somehow each time into it. and you know, they're good for what this so to another business owner today and they had someone drive stolen eufaula, through the front of their building to get it. >> well, the family organized a meeting with city leaders and fellow shop owners to talk more about this issue. that meeting is set for monday. the 16th, it will be held there at their store. >> we did everything wrong. turnovers, offensive, rebound, >> there is a steph curry kyle say beat themselves up over this loss. but they're not. they're shaking it off actually. >> which is pretty incredible considering how bad the workers got be. yeah, it was. it was as klay thompson said embarrassing now to watch. i can imagine how embarrassing defendant. them on the court thing. why aren't we clicking? why are we getting this done anyway? they'll try it again.
come this weekend to advance to the western conference finals. but they're going to make a few adjustments that's certain. yes, frank, though, they still have a chance and a pretty good chance at that. i would say yes, better than the relief kron four's will tran has been following this all morning long. >> and we are talking about the team coming back. san francisco. we're getting very excited. it's tomorrow and it will be a whole new day. that's right. well. >> they have 2 chances to win one game. they should have closed it out last night. let's face it. i mean, john morant, the memphis grizzlies, best player. he's doubtful for the rest of the series. so have they won. they would have been waking up and i'm sure the back in the bay area this morning they would have walking up, had a nice breakfast and sat around probably no practice because they will have extra time to wait for the mavericks and sons. instead, they have to go back to practice. look at game film and shake off the cobwebs because they mailed it in. i think they would admitted
themselves there at fedexforum and that's why i use the metaphor mailed it in because it was awful guys. i mean, memphis pretty much lead from beginning to and they poured on just to gasoline throughout the whole game. get this by the end of the 3rd quarter. >> the warriors were down. 52 points. that's an all-time playoff record. that's nothing. james. if you and i were playing a pick-up game against the grizzlies, but we're talking klay thompson pool, draymond green, steph curry. that should not happen. and there's no way no how that should not happen or that should happen to that teen 3 time defending champion. nope. but it sure did. and by the 4th quarter they pulled all their start is pretty much say lost by 39 points. and that doesn't even catch it. doc, capture it because at one point, guys, they were down. 55 points got a chance, obviously to talk to klay thompson after the game. here's some colorful metaphors. so to speak that you have to pass a >> most awful. from the
opening tip. i mean, you have great you know, they are more aggressive than us. we all have i said we're going to close out tonight. but sometimes that was an exact science. and we play like a show or so. and so we did not have the same choose to defense last change. so. justice. i just know much better for it. >> much better friday. there's nothing like that. better at home home cooking and they will play the warriors. excuse me, the memphis grizzlies at the chase center. so no watch party. of course, it's a home game game 6. and if they win and maybe they'll get a chance to rest a little bit before the mask and son series draymond green says will1just shake it off as just one oh, my god. that's about to sneeze. we'll just have to wait and see what's going to happen. james darya, i thought that the amber heard johnny depp trial was ugly. i was is
debating whether we should keep chatting with you will or should we get you you will talk to later? we'll through hit 7 dead right now. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news governor newsom is adding to his plan to protect abortion rights in california. we'll tell you how. >> and president biden is trying to help farmers who are struggling because of inflation. he is on tour and we saw what he did on this farm will have the details in a live report. and then after the break, san francisco schools are going to be recognizing juneteenth as a district holiday. we'll tell you how. few passing clouds right now, but still plenty bright out there. temperatures today are going to be on the cooler side for only one more day. >> big weekend warm-up in your forecast. and before you leave the house, you need to know where your traffic is. building taking a look at those drive times will be right back after the break.
champions do. and you're a star. and you shine. that's what you do. that's what you do every day. [inspirational music] >> we're back at 7.14, and new this morning. the san francisco board of education has approved a resolution to make juneteenth a district holiday juneteenth is june 19th and it celebrates that day back in 18. 65 when the last african americans in the u.s. who are out there in galveston, texas, learned officially that they were freed with the emancipation proclamation 2 years earlier. so juneteenth became a federal
holiday last year. and now san francisco students, although they're going to be ending their school year on june. first this year, the district's year-round services will be closed on monday, june 20th in observance of the new now, the kids out of school, a lot colleges are getting out right now really already. and there are a lot of graduations this weekend for college is john. so i know it's a >> big outdoor weekend for a lot of people blocked the sun. i think, it's definitely not going to be as much of one to have to plan around is what we're seeing earlier this week with thunderstorms, windy conditions, cool weather. >> this weekend is pretty steady. it's just going to be hot. so you're going to find some shade for a lot of spots this morning, getting some shade from a few clouds that are moving across the south bay right here, but also getting some sunshine through those clouds. nice cool day ahead of us are last of the cool ones before that weekend warm-up. we've all been talking about to our north a cold front that's about to push into the bay area. a couple sprinkles possible for lake mendocino, northern napa and sonoma counties towards
the late morning and early afternoon. rest of us for the bay will stay dry. just seeing a few clouds from that and also t brief uptick in wind speeds towards the middle of the day. you can see those clouds moving in during the late morning early afternoon. quickly clearing, though, so good dose of sunshine towards the finish of the day tomorrow, saturday, sunday, all of its plentiful, sunshine and temperatures really starting to climb ring gear, especially warm on saturday. so if you love the heat plan, something on that day, if you're not a huge fan of the heat friday and sunday are going to be at least not as hot a saturday will be future cast of winds shows are wind speeds increasing towards the middle of the day and staying fairly breezy into the evening. tomorrow should be a nice and calm one. low pressure. moving out. high pressure about to build in this weekend. that's going to set us up for a much steadier forecast not just this weekend, but into next week. much more seasonable indefinitely on the drier side of things. 50's at the coast today and 60's for rb shore.
cities will be at 60 in millbrae. 61 in south san francisco, san carlos down the mountain view at 66 south bay. temperatures nearing 70 and we will have a couple of 70's for this to inland with conch are getting really close at 69 antioch in pittsburgh are right at 70 and fairfield and vacaville just above that. mark, some 50's towards the coast. tomorrow's temperatures climb well over 10 degrees on average inland in around 10 degrees. warmer for bayshore cities. saturday, as we've noted is the hottest one nearing 90 inland, a little cooler into sunday. it will be a good day to venture back out there with some 70's and low 80's rain. john, thank you for that. okay. so we do have a traffic hazard. 80 westbound right near that treasure island exit looks like. >> one of the couple items fell off of a big rig. so that's slowing things down just a bit. no accidents, though. 21 minutes for your drive to the maze. 2 that fremont street exit. well, the san mateo bridge look at that is traffic continues to move along. you're been around 14
to 15 minutes fluctuating back and forth to make it across towards one o one. there in the south bay if you're heading down, 85 into the low part. 36 minutes seen a slight delay along one. 0, one to 18. 82 end to 37 moving along pretty nicely where you are seeing delays a 40 minute drive along highway 4. so that's antioch traveling into concord's to 42 crockett down towards the maze. it will take all of 30 minutes to make that drive. once you get the richmond, san pablo berkeley and hit him reveal traffic starts to move along pretty nicely. there. darya. james, back to you. for your money this morning. apple is no longer the world's most valuable company dun dun dun. we'll see what happened there. and americans. >> have revealed what they say. they'll cut first due to higher costs. we've got jane king joining us live, the nasdaq now. that's a bit of information that businesses and investors very interested to learn. jane, good morning. yes, good morning to james's and it's typically one of the
first things to go. when budgets get tight, americans say they'll cut. >> dining out first to deal with inflation. how many times i hear my mom say we've got food at home. >> a cnbc survey says the price pressure continues. more than 50% of adults say they'll cut back spending on dining out and then would consider reducing that even more if necessary. will air bnb sees 30% more nights booked for the summer travel compared to prepandemic knight's book for summer travel to unique homes have grown 80% the first 3 months of the year. now believes it's benefiting from hybrid. work is people can take longer breaks, maybe more long weekends and do work from someplace else. well, disney plus got more subscribers in the recent quarter. the ceo says they have a new slate of shows and movies to add as well. sales at the theme parks were also better than expected. and oil giant saudi aramco is now the world's most valuable company. it has surpassed apple energy has been rising this year. of course, you see what's going on with oil and gas prices. tech stocks have been hammered
aramco now worth 2.4, 3 trillion. that's about apple's 2.3, 7 trillion dollars live from the nasdaq market site. i'm jane king. james, back to you. jane, thank you. i wonder if with people saying they're not going to eat out more or as much that means like doordash or grubhub are going to start feeling. >> the pressure as well. >> you would think so because they actually is pretty expensive to get food delivered. that would be another place. i would think you come back first resource may benefit. yeah. all right, jake, thank you very much. >> it's 7.20, right now and the white house says that president biden will continue to take his message of tackling inflation on the road. yesterday, the president was at a farm in illinois or while illinois, he was outlining his steps that he wants to take to fight. rising prices. our dc correspondent reshad hudson has more. >> good morning. for many americans, inflation continues to be their reality. president biden says his administration is taking aggressive steps to
fix it. but republicans say the white house isn't moving fast enough. i stand here today. >> thank you. american farmers who are the or the breadbasket of democracy. >> while touring a family farm in illinois wednesday, president biden told farmers he wants to increase their production by cutting out red tape. right now, america's fighting on 2 fronts and home. it's inflation and rising prices abroad is helping ukraine defend their democracy to support them. the administration will increase the number of counties that can get insurance for double cropping or for planning a second crop on the same land in a single year. the feed america, you've got to see a pandemic. you're literally the backbone of our country on capitol hill, new york congressman hakeem jeffries says fighting inflation is a top priority for democrats with focused on doing the work. >> lowering costs for everyday americans, but senate republican leader mitch mcconnell says this is a
problem of making their mistakes are inflation has hit america much harder. and other developed countries. inflation is already shaping up to be one of the biggest issues in this year's midterm elections. reporting in washington, reshad hudson, back to you. >> the city of passed a ban on smoking in multi unit resident says the ban applies to any place as well. that is in general public places like parks or even sidewalks, the layup by doing this join 6 other cities all around the bay and one county that have instituted multi housing bans on smoking. the attempt is to shield nonsmokers from secondhand smoke where they live. >> we'll take a break at 7.22. coming up on the kron 4 morning news may 26th will mark one year since a mass shooting at a vta facility in san jose will tell you how the agencies taking one more step towards healing today.
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much customers can buy at one time. meantime, local organizations like mother's milk bank in san jose want to raise awareness about donating milk. jonathan batiste is the executive director we're seeing about a 20% increase in demand. >> for donor human milk, it's it's difficult put that on the from the shores because we don't often get that information people request the when they sent a request into the milk bank, bautista says donors are screened and are tested for infectious diseases. once they pass all of that and we get consent from the mother's physician, the baby position that the mother and baby are both healthy. then you can prove that donor to donate her milk as parents come across shelves like this with very little inventory. >> but he still wants families to know there are other options, families to have a choice. >> donor human milk is the next best choice for those families. if the is it is it doesn't have enough supply or
is present in blood. a donor human creates that bridge help feed their babies. >> and if anyone is interested in donating milk will post a link on our website. kron 4 dot com reporting from san jose. gayle ong kron. 4 news. >> a group of students, parents and teachers in oakland up filed a lawsuit against the closure of schools in live with the details coming up from the newsroom.
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discover floor and decor today! >> 7.29 and we want to check out the weather for you on a thursday. it looks like the coast is clear and beautiful outside. john. good morning. yeah, really, really nice start to the morning. we will see a few clouds towards the middle of the day but enjoy this beautiful start. it is cool out there a bit breezy but not excessively windy. here's some rainfall to the north and west of us. it's not going to have enough energy to move into the bay area. a couple of sprinkles and make it into northern sonoma and napa county mountains and up into lake and mendocino counties. that's all we'll get from it aside from some cloud cover towards lunchtime. today, 40's and 50's for our current temps. alameda at 53 oakland. 46 degrees out of the 3r's up in the north bay. temperatures already moving upwards were still cold, though. so don't forget the jackets and breezy enough that it does have a brisk feel to it out there. i'll be talking what to expect this weekend and it does involve a big warm-up. still ahead, tom,
thank you for that. traffic is building along highway 4. so if you're traveling from and next one, 60 into congress to 42 about. 41 minutes for your drive. there. >> heading into the city, we do have a traffic hazard. 80 westbound just knew that treasure island exit, something spilled off. one of the vehicles there. so we're at about 24 minutes for your drive from the maze to that fremont street exit, but no accidents there. that's the good news. a 24 minute drive across the golden gate bridge. no high winds like we had yesterday. you can see for our flag there and the south bay. we'll check on one. 0, one. 85 to menlo park along one. 0 one. 46 minutes. so traffic is starting to pick up that accident. we had a lot to 37 that just cleared. so that's moving along nicely. darya. james, back to you. thanks. a lot of 7.31, in east bay. the fight to keep schools from closing in oakland continues. the city students coalition is calling out the school board now saying they didn't follow the proper protocols when they voted to close the school. no. in fact, the group of students
is actually filing a complaint now against the district. >> it's the story. the kron 4 sarah stinson is following for us in the newsroom. good morning, sir. >> that's right. we're talking about hundreds of parents, students and teachers all in the oakland students1 coalition, the justice for oakland students, coalition, they filed a lawsuit now in alameda county district court against the school district for closing schools. the group filed its saying the district violated the california environmental quality act this call is jen. it's a multiracial group, as i said, full of all those kinds of people within the school district there working to increase equity for low-income students of color and oakland. now, for months, we've been trying to do something in protest. we can see them on your screen protesting oakland, unified decision to close 7 schools merged to others and eliminate grades to from 2 middle schools all within the next 2 school years. now yesterday's filing aims to prevent that from happening justice for oakland school students usd failed to
perform the required environmental analysis to determine whether closing schools would further harm low-income black and brown communities. the lawsuit claims these closures will significantly affect the environment, especially for these kids as many as 2 walk or bike to their neighborhood schools. now they be forced to commute to school often by car. and the coalition argues the increased miles families will be driving will negatively impact the environment specifically affecting air quality in greenhouse gas emissions? the aclu has also issued their own complaint on behalf of this coalition in april, saying the closures violate black students fundamental right to equal education, asking california attorney general rob bonta to get involved. now this morning, i'm jumping on. zoom in just a few minutes to talk with justice for oakland school students to learn more about this lawsuit and what's next for it. now, we have not heard a response from the oakland school board yet. i'm sarah stinson reporting live in the newsroom. back to you. okay. thank you very much,
sara. >> also in the east bay, the santa unified school district has voted not to rename wilson elementary school. it's now going to be called hall can elementary. in fact, culkin is an area in san leandro that was the homeland of local indigenous groups and the school's principal says that this move represents the district's mission for equity and inclusion. >> president biden congressional democrats are lashing out at republicans after a bill aimed at protecting abortion rights failed in the senate, even though is a forgone conclusion before the vote. they knew that it was going to not pass, but they did it anyway. let's take a look more at this story as we listen to what they have to say. >> on this vote, the yeas are 49. the nays are 51. the motion is not agreed to. >> it was 50 republicans and one democrat joe manchin who voted against the bill. republicans said it was extreme. democrats ask americans to remember who supported the bill.
>> the vote we makes crystal clear. the contrast between the parties as we approach the mid term elections. >> failed show that improve. their own extremism. democrats radical bill is as extreme as extreme. >> the supreme court's official ruling on roe v wade is expected next month. >> well, here in california, governor newsom is acting on his promise to protect abortion rights in the state. the governor first announced his pledge to protect access to abortion during his rally in los angeles last week, along with a new campaign ad focused on abortion rights. he announced his plan to add an additional 57 million dollars to his proposed state budget yesterday. and that would be spent on abortion and reproductive health care, bringing the proposed total now to 125 million dollars. it's expected that women from other states may very well come to california for abortion access if the supreme court does, in fact, overturn
roe v wade, california is one of 16 states that will make sure abortion access continues. the governor issued a statement as well. you can see a portion of on screen. it says, quote, california will not stand idly by as extremists roll back our basic constitutional rights. we're going to fight like making sure that all women not just those in california know that this state continues to recognize and protect their fundamental rights. >> it's 7, 36 and in the north bay covid cases are on the rise. they've tripled in the last 6 weeks and it's mostly because of the omicron variant run. county health officials say the sub variant ba 2 is now the dominant strain in marion county. the cases are rising, but the cases of hospitalizations and deaths are not. so that's good news. experts say the sub variant is about 25% more infectious than the main omicron variant. the drove california's winter covid surge.
>> the vta building in san jose where 6 people were killed last year in a mass shooting was once a place of pain and tragedy. but now that building known as building b is being torn down, it's all part of the healing process. kron four's. justin campbell has the story. >> bobcats and heavy construction equipment tore into the water loop. a light rail building otherwise known as building. be. the building used to house valley transportation authorities way power and signal teams, employees and equipment responsible for maintaining the railway infrastructure. but that all changed on may. 26 2021 when a mass shooter opened fire and killed 6 people at the building in all 10 vta employees were killed. the building has been empty since the shooting. eta has not finalized plans for reconstruction. and a spokesperson says it will take time before completely demolished.
>> it will no longer stand as a painful reminder for the employees who witnessed the tragedy and the families of the 6 people killed there reporting in san jose, justin campbell kron. 4 news. >> it is 7.37. we'll take a break. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. it's the end of an era. apple finally ending production of one of the most iconic products were talking about the ipod. we're going to take a look at its history. plus, it's pupping season for seals and local marine experts are breaking down what you should do if you see a seal on the beach and more importantly what you should do.
and the inspiration you need. and a quick reminder, san francisco. >> is bringing one of its biggest traditions back this c ming sunday. we're talking about the bay to breakers race where thousands of people are expected to show up in colorful cost cuts 2 run that 12 k race. the going on since 1912, more than 2 million people in that time have completed the faster than others. it starts on the east side. the bayside some more clothes on more debt load there's absolutely if you're new to the area, it's called bay to breakers because it starts along the embarcadero on the bay side of the san francisco that cuts across the city out towards the coast. the breakers side of san francisco along the great highway ocean beach. it really something that i'm ok. so at the finish line closes a one. a you start early. yes, to start early and you're cold.
>> just because even what is a hot day, which, by the way, it's going to be hot specht is going. you wear a trash bags, which do. this is a little tip. what we can have because you don't want to have all these closure hauling around or so if you just you could be in the traps. the heat and then you could, chuck. it in a trash can along the way. and then it's hot because going to be really hot on sunday. it pcould be a nice. yeah. tomorrow we'll get your official forecast for the bay to breakers race as we closer to it. in the meantime, we'll take a break here at 7.42. be take a break here at 7.42. be right back. it's started. somewhere between a cuddle and a struggle, it's...the side hug. tween milestones like this may start at age 9. hpv vaccination - a type of cancer prevention against certain hpv-related cancers, can start then too. for most, hpv clears on its own. but for others, it can cause certain cancers later in life. you're welcome!
>> 7.44, they're cute. but don't popping season is here and give the california coastline is filled with young adorable seals, sea lions and seals and most of them grow up and have no problem. they're healthy on their own in the wild. others need a little help from the marine mammal center. and that's what they get. the actually the center marin says that they've been caring for a lot of puppies more this year then before so far, 130 pups are getting help from them right now. yeah, it's a lot and they say it's because people keep interacting with the mammals on the beaches. adam ratner works at the center. says a lot of the negative human interactions are specifically from visitors in san mateo marin and sonoma counties. and he says you should know better keep your distance because it benefits them. even though we
have to be around these animals to help better want to minimize the level interaction with them. and that way they keep all those wild instincts to susan ci and spend a fair amount of time up on beaches. so just seeing any more out of water doesn't mean it sick. >> if you see any cuts, scratches or people around it are dogs off leash. that could be a sign that they might have some trauma. so that's why you just give us a call. we can send a team of trained experts out there. >> and that's interesting is not pointing fingers like that because trust me, they're adorable. and you want to the right now. but he says a lot of people want to help and they see her right? they think, oh, i'll do something. and then actually what you're doing is making it so they can't go back into the wild. yeah. so. >> good advice there. and yeah, be surprised if you see a seal pup or 2 because this weekend because i know a lot of people probably head to the beach this week. it's going to be sunny and nice. and we've been talking about bay to breakers that great weekend. i know great weekend in the city for bay to breakers. temperatures going to be just right. and san francisco looking out there at the coastline, some nice sunshine making its way down to the golden gate this morning.
we're going hold on to that sunshine for a few more hours. see an increasing cloud cover towards the middle of the day. sun will come right back out after that cold front going to sweep across the region and the process of that, a couple of sprinkles in the mountains of the north bay. nothing for the rest of us. so we are staying dry not just today, but the rest of the forecast after this. just seeing this week cold front pushing through making for a few clouds right around lunchtime, clearing right back out after that. today's the last of our cool days tomorrow will warm things up significantly compared to today. also still a bit on the breezy side, but not as much, though, as what we had been seeing. so things are about to change and change in a big way. this is high pressure. ridge builds in come tomorrow, replacing the cooler weather that we've seen all week long up to this point today, the last of those cool days. so if you've enjoyed that cool, feel to it. enjoy today as much as you can and then look forward to some weather that you'll be pulling the shorts and t-shirts back out for soon as tomorrow. palo alto, 66 today close to the 70's for the south bay,
looking at a few upper 60's in the east bay, such as in concord at 69 walnut creek at 68 oakland, you'll be at 63 70's from antioch, up to vacaville and over to pittsburgh, napa and santa rosa close to the 70's. but hanging out in the upper 60's. tomorrow's temperatures rise as warm as the low 80's inland and mid 70's by the bay and by saturday will be nearing 90 inland 60's and upper 60's near the coastline. great weather for bay to breakers race. and no delays out of sfo right now. really nice to be seeing that especially as we do approach the weekend. here's the good news for tomorrow to weather is going to be holding up really well for friday. so if you have travels plan to this weekend, don't expect much in the way of anything that's going to interrupt your travels, at least here locally. now be rated. all right, john, thanks for that. looking forward to maybe being able to get away. >> we do have an accident. this is in burlingame northbound. want to one south
of broadway. so you're seeing delays on the northbound and southbound side. a one-on-one. they're also causing just a slight delay along the san mateo bridge. we had a traffic hazard that was on the bay westbound right near the treasure island exit. and again, a 23 minute commute for you. traveling from the maze into the city to that 3 months to exit. we talked about the uptick in traffic along the san mateo bridge or an 18 minutes for your drive. so that's traffic. and that accident the residual delays slowing things down along one. 0, one that's contributing to that 30 minutes. san leandro to milpitas down there to 37. so again, factor that in you might want to take mission boulevard. if you're trying to get around that and 24 walnut creek down to 5.80, a little under 15 minutes. darya. james, back to you. >> thank you very much. 7.49. is the time and apple is discontinuing. >> the i pause it looked like this kids but it had a wheel. eventually evolved to be the about 20 years ago they came
out with the ipod. that was the first generation of it. and after its release, it sort of revolutionized how we listen to music generation. and it came with a wheel that came with clip. little ones. sloane glass takes a look back. >> from thomas edison's phonograph in 18, 77 to the first compact disks in the 80's at no point in history to the evolution of listening to music changes rapidly as it did in the 2 thousands. >> and here's here's what they had. >> the ipad turn, the music industry upside down instead of carrying around a bulky walkman with limited listening options, users could put what ever music they wanted to on to it and listen for as long as battery like the left. take it anywhere. released 5 years before the first iphone at a time when microsoft overshadowed apple. >> the eye pot and it's hit campaign seemed to take over
the world. in 2002, apple sold around 400,000. i pots by 2006. that number grew to 39 million over the years and underwent the typical apple updates and variations from the ipod shuffle which looks like a usb memory stick and rains and we pick your next song to the 2005 release of the icon with video changing how and where you can watch tv shows. but even as apple stops making the product demand continues on e-bay, first generation ipad classics in mint condition. go for hundreds of dollars. >> so much fun yeah. all right. let's talk baseball. yes. showing the giant close out their series with the rockies at oracle. bottom of the 5th, brandon crawford, gets all at one brush. that was right over the right while not into the water. but i also a few good enough for a 2 run
home run bringing in a score. so was point the score at that point that a lot we junior also singles to right. luis gonzales was able to come in on that. so the giants in the and wind 7 to one their 5th straight win over the rockies. they're on the road now for the next 6 games that will begin friday in st. louis and the a's in detroit taking on the tigers and boring too. >> did they dominate zach lowe? fantastic last night. but in the 3rd is already up by any as javier vaz down on strikes, logue throw 7 shutout inning ice. he struck out 6. >> and as we take a look at some more of the highlights, all i can say is they were amazing after playing a doubleheader the day before. they ended up winning this 9, to 0. so 9 to nothing with the shut out and they're going to take the series today. we'll see if they can do it. it is 7.52. we'll take a break. be right back.
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have bounced back nicely that the 2 of them and so. we're going to keep or say using different things like wood and grass and ice helps keep them active as they practice different behaviors like the little teeth. so very cute. morsi's more and more talk about animal. so let's just keep this going to the topeka zoo. oh, my gosh. this is in kansas a look at the baby orangutan saydel by mom. >> and then the fun and games begin because the job of the of the mother is to teach the babies how to hang on because, you know, they're going to have to do that in a while or use. and every so like we cradle our children. but they are like, no, no, you hang on. and if you is on the very cute. i like this little segment of animal cute animal videos this morning. 7.56 at the time. and coming up on the kron 4 morning news. >> well, that's something that will bring a smile to your face. not this. the worriers loss was does what they are
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>> from the area's local news station, you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at >> happy thursday to you. i'm darya and i'm james. we're waking up on this thursday. some really nice clear, sunny conditions already this morning and things are just going to be warmer and warmer as we go towards the weekend high, john, yet feel the warm tomorrow from our last cool day today to some really warm conditions friday, saturday and sunday. >> get ready for that summer feel again today. looks like it. we've got the clear skies, but it is cool out there. so don't let the sun shine deceive. you. we'll also see an increasing cloud cover the middle of the day. see all that rainfall to our north. not to worry. that's not working. it's where direction we will see it fizzling out. by the time it gets here. just a couple sprinkles up in lake and mendocino counties and the sonoma and napa counties. the rest of us just get an increasing cloud cover around lunchtime. clear right back out after that 40's