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>> from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news at 6. >> tonight at 6.10, people are dead. 3 others injured after a horrific act of violence in buffalo, new york. thanks for joining us here on kron. 4 news at 6. i'm noelle bellow and i'm dan thorn. the mass shooting happened in a predominantly black neighborhood. authorities are classifying it as racially motivated violent extremism. >> a gunman wearing military gear and a helmet camera walked into a supermarket with a rifle and opened fire. live streaming as they gunned down defenseless victim after
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defenseless victim mll. is live for us tonight in buffalo. she's joining us now with the very latest in l >> that's exactly right. as you said, investigators are calling this a mass shooting. it happened at this tops market in buffalo, new york. 13 people were shot and tennis did not survive. according to buffalo police, the alleged shooter is in custody and has been arraigned tonight. the gunman has been identified as 18 year-old payton gun drawn of caulk la new york. police say he entered the supermarket heavily armed with tactical gear and a rifle. he was also live streaming when he opened fire. police say a retired buffalo police officer who was working as a security guard. the gunman had shot and the shooter was unharmed because he was our word. the retired police officer was also shot and killed. this case is being investigated as a racially motivated hate crime. a law enforcement source confirmed the gunman had a racial slur written on his weapon. erie county district attorney john flynn did not confirm the existence of the shooters.
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possible manifesto. he said they believe there was a racial component to the attack but declined to say more. the attack is being investigated by the fbi and as a hate crime and violent extremism. live in buffalo ahead. >> all right, thank you. >> well, the streets of san francisco were filled with protesters today as women and men march for reproductive rights. demonstration is just one of hundreds happening across the country today as many are fearing that the supreme court could be gearing up to overturn roe v wade kron fours. camila barco has more from san francisco. >> men and women on march through the streets of san francisco saturday morning calling on lawmakers to leave women's along. i don't think that anyone should have a say over what a woman chooses to do with her reproductive system. people like daniel and jessica, bold as voiced their frustrations along with hundreds of others on the
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possibility of the u.s. supreme court overturning roe v wade and the new legal access to abortion. it's it makes me so angry, but erling buttering on speechless. really, very alarming, right? i feel very much like violated of my privacy. this has sparked protest rallies and marches for reproductive rights in the last few weeks across the country and the bay area that really even should be other lawmakers. legislatures courts deciding whether a person control their body or not. people are going to continue to do it and it's going to be dangerous. and these are going to my marching allies, france the united states both wild as and daniel say. >> protecting women's reproductive rights is about everyone moving forward. >> as a nation that if this country wants to be about progression or it has to bring all of citizens along with
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that. and that includes women. the court is expected to rule on this case before its term ends in late june or early july in san francisco, camila barco kron. 4 news. >> thank you. camila front and center at today's rally. san francisco mayor london breed. she tweeted out after the march, quote, this is a fight that impacts everyone and it will take all of us from states across the country coming together to protect and preserve women's right to choose time. now to get you a first look at your 4 zone forecast for evening. a live look out of san it's looking absolutely beautiful. it didn't take a lot for people to get out today and do anything. they every side. i'm not going to i'm a little sunburned. out there. i know in the summer like temperatures going to continue throughout most of this upcoming week as well. we're tracking warm temperatures as you make your way inland. take a look at concord, 83 degrees. >> mid 50's for those of you. what happened base. our micro climates out in full force for
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your saturday afternoon. low 60's for downtown san francisco. and we're seeing mid 60's for those of you in oakland. and we're flirting with 80's for santa rosa. but 79 degrees there with napa and allay currently in the low 80's. so, yeah, if you wanted relief from the heat, the san francisco peninsula coastline, certainly the place to beat that heat because we're tracking not only a cool sea breeze, but some marine layer influence as well. keeping temperatures today mostly in the 50's and 60's along the coast when tracker for still tracking that cool sea breeze out there. 25 mile per hour sustained winds with gusts near 30 miles per hour for downtown san francisco in radar for a lot of sunshine out there right now, especially as you make your way inland. but we're going to see the return a great overnight into your sunday morning. we could even get some patchy drizzle as well. not just along the san francisco peninsula, but even into parts of the east bay shoreline as well. and then we are going to notice partly cloudy skies throughout the
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afternoon and we have a lunar eclipse as well as you can see, pretty socked in with that cloud cover head as far inland as you can specifically in the east bay valleys, solano county. and even for those of you in san jose in the south bay, for the best viewing for that bay to breakers starts at 8 o'clock in the morning. temperatures mid 50's mostly cloudy drizzle and we are going to see the wind speeds 20 miles per hour or less than the cooling trend will continue through monday until we eventually warm up again next week. details my full forecast in just a few minutes. back to, you know, well, and an thank a police on the peninsula are investigating a suspicious death. tonight. san mateo police say >> a man was found dead at a bus stop earlier this morning. kron four's gayle ong has the story. >> the scene is now cleared, but it was a different picture earlier in the day. police are now investigating this case as a homicide. investigators blocked off this bus stop on el camino real south near east hillsdale boulevard for much of the morning and afternoon
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saturday after a man was found unresponsive just before 07:00am 7 to police. officers quickly arrived on scene and located an unresponsive. >> male a seat at the bus. stop. on an initial quick investigation. it was determined. the second the circumstances were such that were suspicious in nature. we spoke with the family of the man off camera who asked for privacy. >> police are not saying much about the circumstances surrounding the man's death other than it's being investigated as a homicide, but are still looking for witnesses who saw anything suspicious near the bus. stop early saturday morning. san mateo police are asking the public if you know anyone who was driving in the area specifically. >> around 01:00am to 07:00am, and driving with a vehicle with video recording capabilities. you're asked to contact police reporting from san mateo gayle ong kron. 4 news. >> coming up here on kron, 4 news at 6 gop leaders showing their support for ukraine as they visit with president zelensky. what they're saying
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now about the ongoing war with russia and the truth is out there and congress is trying to find it just ahead. details on next week's congressional hearing on u f o s. for the
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first time in more than half a century, a house subcommittee is set to hold an open congressional hearing. >> folks to top intelligence officials are scheduled to testify next tuesday. lawmakers say they're hoping
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to get more information about or rather give the public a better understanding as to how one of the greatest mysteries of our time essentially being u f o's. these this hearing coming on the heels of a you have full report that was released to congress last summer that found more than 140 incidents involving u f o's could not be explained by intelligence officials. and we're not the work of the military or the government. >> well, you fly out of san francisco airport tonight. health systems back up and running after computer issues canceled a lot of flights early friday. flights for southwest jetblue and american airlines. we're stuck on the ground after some unknown network issues struck the computers at the terminal. one ticket counter one traveler said he was willing to go to another airport just to get a flight home. of course, all this is resolved now. oakland international airport and men at a san jose international airport were not affected by those computer issues, every
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thought and certainly a warm day out there in the bay area. feeling more like summer than spring, upper 60's for downtown san francisco at 69 degrees. >> for those of you in conquer flirting with 90's at 88 degrees. but we're going to cool down starting for the 2nd cool down starting for the 2nd half of the weekend through everyone remembers the moment they heard... “you have cancer.” how their world stopped and when they found a way to face it. for some, this is where their keytruda story begins. keytruda - a breakthrough immunotherapy that may treat certain cancers. one of those cancers is advanced nonsquamous, non-small cell lung cancer where keytruda is approved to be used with certain chemotherapies as your first treatment if you do not have an abnormal “egfr” or “alk” gene. keytruda helps your immune system fight cancer but can also cause your immune system to attack healthy parts of your body. this can happen during or after treatment and may be severe and lead to death. see your doctor right away if you have cough, shortness of breath, chest pain, diarrhea, severe stomach pain or tenderness, severe nausea or vomiting, headache,
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delegation of republican u.s. senators in kiev led by minority leader mitch mcconnell. russia's invasion of the down bus. the region remains largely stalled. >> as ukraine forces continue to press with their counter offensive. as tom dempsey reports, an expert on the war believes the russian invasion will not end anytime soon. as the as work continued in ukraine on saturday, focus shifted to diplomacy with a special visit from an american delegation. will you you learn about thank you. >> ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky greeted senator mitch mcconnell and other republican senators in kiev as congress works to pass 40 billion dollars in military and humanitarian aid for the country. we must keep our promise to the people of ukraine, an attempt to speed up the process of getting the assistance ukraine stalled this week when senator rand paul from kentucky delayed the vote approval could come early next week with the pentagon saying passage must come by thursday to avoid any delays,
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sending new weapons to the country. we'll get those authorities soon. i it's possible that there could be a bubble and period of time in which, you know, there's just not enough move in and we want to make sure we avoid the effort to bring aid comes as talks continue over possible nato expansion. both sweden and finland expressed interest this week in joining for added protection against russia. >> both countries would need support from all 30 members. however, turkey has raised concerns about the expansion with its president calling the country's quote, guest houses for terrorist organizations. on saturday, finland's prime minister hope discussions between the 2 sides could bring progress. we want to take the time discuss with turkey like of the countries. what are their procession in our interest is. >> that was tom dempsey reporting for us tonight. ukraine's president says the outcome of the war. >> will depend on support from western allies. there is a nato conference happening this weekend in berlin where leaders are expected to focus on ukraine. >> a moscow court has extended the detention time for wnba star brittney griner, griner,
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who is being held in a russian jail on drug charges will spend another 30 days behind bars ugets underway. the 2 time olympic gold medalist has already been imprisoned for 3 months. she was arrested at a moscow airport after officials found, but they say was cannabis oil in her luggage. >> i have a comment on this specific development. i would just reiterate that the russian system wrongfully detained miss criner. we take our responsibility to assist u.s. citizen seriously. we'll continue to press for fair and transparent treatment. >> griner's russian lawyer says he believes the case will go to trial soon and says the condition she is being kept in appears to be okay. >> meanwhile, israel has launched a missile attack in central syria, killing 5 people and injuring 7 others. those missiles were fired at the central town of massey off yesterday, according to a britain based syrian observatory for human rights,
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an israeli aircraft fired at least 8 missiles in the mask. yeah, for region igniting several fires and farmlands. all right. let's get a check of your 4 zone forecast now taking a live look at the golden gate bridge. >> out there and then north bay. nice day out there. really warm one out there. it was very warm. i was in the headlines are a lot of people hiking, biking. it was a lot of activity out there. but i mean, perfect day for that's why you are in sam, for the sunshine. who was a really warm day in them. along our beaches 50's 60's. so we're getting into that summer like micro climate pattern out there right now, we're may gray was along the coast, but as you major way inland, certainly warmer temperatures there. but let's take a live look outside downtown san francisco. >> transamerica pyramid. and as you can see, crystal clear, blue skies in downtown san francisco. but along our beaches dealing with a gray out there and cool sea breeze. so that's i half moon bay. you're in the mid-fifties at 55 degrees with mid 80's. for
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those of you in concord, an antioch and everything else in between downtown san francisco already starting to cool down in the upper 50's. >> because of that cool sea breeze influence extending into the east bay shoreline with mid 60's. there. san jose. very pleasant temperatures at 75 degrees. so hope you got to go out and enjoy the weekend. weather off to a great start. overnight lows tonight. going to be on the mild side. widespread mid 50's but 2 outliers we have happening bay cooling down to 49 degrees in antioch. even warmer at 61 degrees. so temperatures tomorrow going to be cooler. 5 to 10 degrees cooler tomorrow compared to the day to our warmest inland valleys. mid 70's for those of you in concord and livermore. 77 degrees for san jose with santa rosa trying to flirt with 80's. but 79 degrees there in mid 60's. very seasonal temperatures along the bay area coastline and even into downtown san francisco and oakland in the low 70's. so we are going to notice, though, some changes for your sunday night. a more
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robust marine. they're going to continue that cooling trend through monday. but we do have a lunar eclipse that's going to start sunday night at 8.30. that's when the full moon is in earth's shadow. and we are going to see, though, that total eclipse, very poor visibility and viewing along the coast and even east bay shoreline. so try to head as far inland as you can. if you want to see that lunar eclipse. and we are tracking, though, cool weather by monday. cooling down to 72 degrees for warmest inland valleys. but then look how we warm up for the remainder of this upcoming week. very summer-like. temperatures in the 80's returning and also wind gusts. 25 to 35 miles per hour. back to noel. and dan. >> all right, thanks a lot. coming up in sports, the a's have quite a finish today at the coliseum against the angels. kate rooney has all angels. kate rooney has all the highlights. coming up. ♪ ♪ thousands of women with metastatic breast cancer... are living in the moment and taking ibrance. ibrance with an aromatase inhibitor is for postmenopausal women
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>> and now kron 4 sports. >> our coaster of emotion. the warriors put us through and the western conference semifinals before that's now all in the rearview. next stop for the dubs conference finals. the warriors have a couple days off now are going to find out tomorrow whether they go to phoenix. for sears with the suns or whether they'll host the mavericks here at chase center. but regardless, kim, one in the series is on wednesday and golden state can really use this extra time a chance for otto porter junior and andre iguodala to get healthier. >> and for the rest of the squad to get rejuvenated for
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what's sure to be another tough series. but last night after the game, klay and steph said, hey, they're ready for whatever's coming their way. >> the perspective of game from injuries. i had to now be able to compete at the highest level. one, the final 4 it's a feeling that's hard to describe. honestly, it's. truly amazing. and just inspires me to keep going because i think we saw great basketball head of us not lost in this journey is the fact that we're still trying to peak at the right time as a as a team. this. >> i'm going to do this for the first time together. so so you can say it's an exciting time to get past the series and look forward what was coming next. >> so looking forward to that baseball a's hosting the angels at the coliseum. 2 baby. there. top of 2 to one la anthony rendon grounds. one just past the diving. all the saunders at shortstop. >> luis barrera in shallow left allowing mike trout to
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come in and score. it's 3 to one angels but pereira gets his revenge in the bottom of the 9th with 2 on the pelt said hi. deep to right. it's gone on for 3 one. walk off home run. what a way to get your first major league homer. he is the second player in major league history to do that. a's win 4 to 3. and this is the first a double header game to set to begin in just a few minutes here. giants at cards hate that is not the cardinals. but this game was for the birds. second inning, brendan donovan slaps one down the right-field line. molina. >> comes into score. but it got read he likes to party. now he's in the right. >> and he likes to foreigners as molina calls for the pitch out and gets joc peterson in a rundown to kill runners at the corners rally, 5 pitchers
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combined to shut out the giants for nothing. san francisco six-game winning streak comes to an end. >> this had to happen eventually. all right. that's it for sports. noel. dan, back to kate, thank you so much for that. we do want to show you before we go tonight, a baby giraffe at the san diego zoo. >> running and jumping with her heard now after needing a custom leg brace 3 year-old. >> so to me, born with a limb abnormality, making it difficult for her to walk and stand to help her out, though, the san diego zoo reached out to company that makes prosthetics for humans. and even though they had never worked with the draft before they were able to make her those custom braces. look at that. >> ever done in 30 i've never worked with wildlife like this before. so it was one of those things where it's a once in a lifetime opportunity and you just have to savor the moment. >> san diego zoo says the brace was a success has since
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been removed. the drop is now with the rest of her heard and their savanna habitat. but i mean, what a cool thing to like. watch her come out. you know, because it's always funny watch the hearing. help to to walk around some days. i feel like i need >> what a cool. cool concept. very good for her. that's all the time we got here at 6 o'clock. but we will have much more coming up tonight in prime time, starting at 8 see that.
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