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we'll have details from buffalo, new york. and look you in the hills, california. >> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at 7. >> good morning, everybody. thank you for joining us here at 07:00am i'm james fletcher harvey in for darya folsom. james, you mentioned off the top of the show. we've been following several mass shootings, even a local shooting back here. yeah, we've got a live report from the south bay with that. and kron four's will tran is standing by. so more on that in a moment. first, though, let's start out with a check of the weather. if you have to head outside right now, i guess what's the best advice? john? grab a jacket to start? yeah. definitely jacket starts the best advice for sure. a little cloud cover little brightness were sharing a mix of both of them. right though. >> we're starting to see brightening skies ever. so gradually at the coastline, you'll still have some fog today, but some peeks of sunshine out that way. the rest of the bay area getting a whole lot of sunshine today. and today is set to be the
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most mild day of the forecast. so keeping the dry trend of weather around the sunshine that we have in london near the bay. but we're getting rid of the 80's for only one more day. so most of us will spend the afternoon in the 60's to 70's and already off to a fairly mild start with current temperatures in the 50's. you are pairing this with some breezy conditions, though, especially towards the coast, 30 mile per hour. wind gusts at the coast right now. so jackets are a necessity getting out there this morning. just look for to be really comfortable afternoon john, thank you for that, right. let's get a look at the traffic this morning about a 60 minute drive traveling from the maze that fremont street exit. >> start off the morning with a traffic hazard there right near the toll plaza. now let's get a look at the san mateo bridge as you're heading across towards the peninsula. no delays there under 14 minutes for you as you're traveling. all right. out of richmond heading across towards san rafale. look at that here at about a 13 minute morning commute. and the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls on this monday morning about 21 minutes.
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>> 71 is the time. let's get to our breaking news this hour. and it comes to us out of the south bay where police are investigating a double shooting that happened earlier this morning in san jose. it happened near the san jose state university campus kron four's will tran is live in san jose with the latest. good morning. well, >> rain at james. in fact, san jose state university is right down the street from me. i can even see the banners of san jose state university. that's how close it is. you can see police officers right behind me and they've been here for several hours as they continue to process the scene. let me quickly pull up a map. you say, you know, my location. this is downtown san jose. >> at 10th and san salvador, they've been here at least since 3 o'clock in the morning. it looks like they are slowly but surely wrapping things up. as i've seen several investigators. >> take off their jackets and leave this area. i can tell you no arrests in this particular case and no motive. so let me step out of the way
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and give you a live pictures of exactly what's going on. you can see all those police officers on the other side of the street here. it looks like over the past say 20 to 30 minutes they have been focusing their attention on that charcoal. gray house right there. in fact, i saw them take out a pit bull mix. a couple of minutes ago. that's where it seems like their attention is focused on this time. we do know that 2 people were shot, a man and a woman and life threatening injuries. the woman non life-threatening injuries. if you live in san jose, just so, you know, landmark sits right across the street from the saint paul united methodist church where a lot of police officers are parked in the parking lot as well. people are allowed to leave their house be on this crime scene tape. in fact, you can see there's a a couple of people walking down the street, but as far as traffic is concerned and not allowing anybody throw it looks like they'll be here for a little bit longer as they brought out a lot of there. >> heavy hitters there.
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investigators, including a mobile crime lab. and you can see one person stepping outside of the mobile crime lab at this time. more officers right there pulling into the scene as far as a motive, as i mentioned, simply too early to tell. >> but they do have that one. that one woman with non-life-threatening injuries, i'm sure. >> if not yet soon, they will talk to her to try to get more information on exactly what's going on. but it looks, as i've said, it looks like they're focusing their attention on that charcoal. gray house, right in the center of your screen. back to you. thank you very much. well. >> now to some developing news out of orange county to our south where police are investigating the motive behind what turned out to be a deadly church shooting with police arresting an asian man in his 60's for that attack. >> yeah. the shooting happened yesterday afternoon during a church bank would one person was killed. 5 others were hurt. chip yost has the latest. there. >> at around one, 30 sunday afternoon at geneva presbyterian church in laguna
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woods, a gunman walked in and opened fire on church members during a lunch banquet. one person is confirmed deceased at the scene. >> 4 others are critical and one other victim. >> sustained minor injuries as bad as that was. it could have been much worse. there were 30 to 40 people at the banquet at the time. but before the gunman could do any more harm, the orange county undersheriff says some hero, a church members intervened. we believe a group of churchgoers detain him. >> and hog tied his legs with an extension cord and confiscated at least 2 weapons from him. he was detained when the deputies arrived. they undoubtedly prevented additional injuries and fatalities. the mayor pro tem of laguna woods who also attends the church. >> says the congregation involved was the irvine taiwanese presbyterian church, which also holds its services on the property. what's not known is the motive of the gunman. >> who the sheriff's department said was an asian
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man in his 60's. i'm really sad. >> i'm surprised because we're such a quiet little backwater. you would never expect to have it. just have something like this happen here. but mostly just >> that was chip yost reporting. the governor has also responded sending out a tweet about this church shooting which reads in part, quote, no one should have to fear going to their place of worship. >> meanwhile, in buffalo, new york, people are feeling grief and anger there, especially after this mass shooting that we just saw the or in buffalo now a gunman had military gear. he opened fire at a supermarket there, killing 10 people and also wounding 3 more that were there. we saw those images, poor and half or more of the let's hand it over to kron four's amanda hari. >> people i spoke to agree that the shooting in buffalo was a horrific event and that this incident fits into a broader pattern of extremist
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behavior that could threaten every community here goes again. >> sad is. that was the president of the san francisco branch of the naacp, amos browns reaction when he first heard about the shooting in buffalo. police say they have 100 page document that they believe was written by the shooter. it says his goal was to kill as many black people as possible. don't question it was racially motivated. >> this young man. very much conscious what he was doing and brown says black people are experiencing racial hate like this right here in the bay area as full. >> but all violence, it's not physical violence. there's been a lot of psychological social. and political bilas says bin. and think. on the
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black community said brisk regional director of the anti-defamation league says these types of hate crimes threaten all of us. listen to the words of fbi director christopher wray has talked about. >> how hate crimes broadly and domestic terror in particular are the major threats to this country right now. brisk says there needs to be more preventative measures to stop these types of crimes. things like educational resources, law enforcement stepping in sooner when there are signs. >> and social media companies doing a better job at removing things that promote extremist behavior and conspiracy theories they use and abuse of social media platforms. >> is one of the reasons why we're seeing this increase. i'm not just in terms of the numbers of crimes that are occurring, but also in terms of the volatility, the violence that's being displayed, a professor of public policy at uc berkeley. jack lazar. >> also thinks the access to guns is increasing. the
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likelihood that a violent crime like this one will occur. i think it's clear there are too many guns. there are over 300 million guns in america and something like half of every have have a gun. brown tells me he plans to meet with other community leaders in the bay area to discuss what happened in buffalo. >> and take action to prevent it from happening again in the newsroom. amanda hari kron, 4 news. >> 79 is the time and in the east bay, antioch mayor is going to be speaking out about a number sideshows that happened in that city last night. police say they had to break up to sideshows. this is video, one of them they arrested. 2 people issued several citations and fines. police say bystanders threw bottles and other items damaging a patrol car that had an officer sitting inside of it. this video kind of captures that moment. mayor lamar thorpe says the city will not tolerate this kind of behavior. they're going to be doing everything they can to hold the people involved
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accountable. he hasn't said at what time is going to be speaking today. but we're expecting it at some point. we'll let you know what he says. 7, 0, 9, that i'm still ahead on the kron. 4 morning news police looking for the person who started 2 fires in the east bay over the weekend. >> we'll tell you what we know so far. meanwhile, after the break, we're going to be taking another look at last night's total lunar eclipse. that was kind of cool to see john. yeah. even if you missed the lunar eclipse, it is clearing out now. it's his blog unsettled over the horizon. but look at the sunshine later on today. some highs in the 60's to 70's coolest afternoon of your forecast. warming up after this. talking about it ahead.
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and we're back at 7.13. here's a quick look. in case you missed last night's total lunar eclipse. >> and blood moon, too, because you'll see it. there it is. turning a brilliant orange in the night sky. people all over the world could see it. there are reports obviously here in the antarctica was able to see it. europe, africa as the moon passed through the shattered the years. that's what gives it that reddish glow. and scientists say it was the longest total lunar eclipse in 33 and that missed it. that's right. the next one will be in november. so and you will be
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able to get a chance to look at it. then and that might be the last chance for quite some time because the next predicted a lunar eclipse not going to happen till march of 2025. so get a good look at it november when it comes around, you know, they really want to miss a lot of us missed it this morning. but we catch that yeah. that that awesome. hey john. yeah. in bed. long before the total eclipse. but did see the moon this morning before it set. >> and now we're seeing the sunshine a little bit. a little mix of cloud cover and sunshine seen here from san jose, something that will continue through the morning before skies grow. clear. unclear. couple late morning into the afternoon coastal areas hanging on to a bit more fog like we have been. but you will see some pockets of sunshine near the coast, too. areas elsewhere, like bayside and inland areas holding about a ton of sunshine. and today if you thought it was a little too toasty, especially on saturday is going to be a very welcome feel because it's the coolest of the forecast. a warm afternoon still. but highs only in the 60's to
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70's. so a beautiful afternoon, a little bit breezy as we are seeing a westerly wind from the coastline. that's the reason we're seeing so cool today that ocean cooled wind ocean cool. there is being pushed further inland 50's for your highs right at the coast. 60's for most of our bayshore cities saying carlos redwood, city of palo alto at a nice 68. when you pair it with that sunshine, san jose and santa clara at 72 and th spread of 60's to 70's across the east bay livermore, danville, walnut creek, concord and richmond, all in the 70's. well, looking at only one number, the 80's on the map. that's in vacaville at 83 degrees. you'll be in good company starting tomorrow, vacaville as we see those westerly winds dying down in temperatures beginning to climb back into the mid 80's by wednesday. that's where we'll stay through saturday. a few low 90's likely by sunday of next week, sixties today by the bay. but tomorrow will return to the 70's. that's where we'll stay through the rest of the forecast. rain, john, that well, we had an accident on
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the bay bridge, 80 westbound right near the tolls. >> that accident now clear. but we are seeing delays from that. so about 17 minutes to make it from the maze to that fremont street exit will ship on the san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula. you definitely at around 60 minutes for your drive is traffic continues to slow down. looks like we have some high winds all along the san mateo bridge richmond center fell traveling out of richmond. no major delays and looking at a 13 minute drive and the golden gate bridge. 37 of the tolls 20 minutes on this monday morning. >> for your money this morning, uber apparently test delivering food with robots. the future is nearly here. and bank of america is fined millions of dollars. let's find out why jane king live the nasdaq to explain. hey, jane. >> hi, james. good morning. well, bank america will pay a 10 million dollars penalty and then also refund nearly 600,000 in fees to thousands of customers whose accounts were illegally garnished. now the consumer financial
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protection bureau so that these customer counts were unlawfully frozen. they charged illegal fees and had money withdrawn and sent to creditors based in court orders. that should processed under the laws of the state where they lived. a bank america says it has enhanced the process to ensure compliance with all applicable state laws. walmart needs more store managers even though it's paying $200,000 a year. the wall street journal reports those worries lead walmart to create a program to recruit and train college graduates to become store managers. so they promise of a starting wage of at least 65,000 a year and accelerated two-year track into the top story job and uber, the latest company to try delivering food to people's homes with robots. so starting today, uber eats customers in los angeles will be given the option to have their meals delivered by a robot rather than traditional human delivery. customers will receive instructions in the uber app for how to retrieve their food inside the robot and any day now, perhaps
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today, apple will certainly almost release its last update. i was 15, so it's expected to apple pay cash feature where users can send and receive money from their cash card. there's also an upgrade for the podcast. so allowing new settings you can limit how many episodes are kept on your device that you're free up some storage. and a new classical music streaming service expected to be part of this as well. live from the nasdaq market site. i'm jane king back to james. all right, jane, thank you very much. >> well, inflation is hurting americans and more ways than one. there's big impacts on the housing market nationwide. paul gerke has the latest for us. >> it's pricier than it should be to live in most u.s. metro areas right now, according to moody's analytics homes in these 10 cities are more than 50% overvalued. boise, idaho tops the list followed by sherman denison, texas and muskegon, michigan. jamie matt store as a realtor in boise. she thinks having 4 full seasons help sell the treasure valley, but changing lifestyle attitudes have sealed the
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deal. covid his tenants. >> increase the rapid rate of being able to work from home and live for want to live. well, you get to work from home. many of the places posting overinflated prices offer similarly breathtaking scenery, but average home buyers have to compete with big companies in rental agencies for property in those desirable locales. >> interest rates are going back up to which can be a hurdle for many buyers. although jamie insists they're still getting a deal, 6% is still a phenomenal rate. >> it's just not 3% that we have this. that was just a look at the drop was like winning the lottery for 3 years. the economy can sustain that for those with a knife or trends. this is all too reminiscent of how the markets look in 2007, right before a massive housing crash and recession. is this bubble about to burst too? >> not now jamie and others predict for 2 core reasons. one new federal rules have changed home lending in a positive way. more people are likely to pay back their loans rather than default. and 2
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were living through a massive housing shortage. mortgage giant freddie mac estimates were about 4 million homes short of what the country needs right now. jamie says they need 2 million in the boise metro alone in since the rate of home buying was slowed by the pop of the last real estate bubble and limited further by the pandemic. it's going to take time for supply to catch up to demand in the meantime, if you're looking to move to a place like boise, jamie has some good news. i anticipate. and what we're seeing is that things will continue to plateau. >> in this market, at least because we're still massively desirable place to be. well, that was paul gerke reporting for us this morning. well, here's another example of extreme rent prices in the bay area. the sleeping pods in palo alto. >> listed for $800 a month. the pas or advertise is fully equipped, living space with the electrical outlets shelves a hangar rock and a privacy curtain. they stacked like filing cabinets inside of a
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small three-bedroom home, which is shared by up to 13 other people. photos of the listings are sparking outrage online with one commenter calling the pots prove that we're living in a dystopian future. >> well, the nationwide shortage of baby formula is sparking a surge now in milk. donations, ongoing supply chain issues and safety recalls of left many pharmacies and supermarkets without any formula to sell. and the biden administration this week is urging manufacturers to try and increase production as best they can. they're working with trading partners to overseas to try to prevent any potential price gouging. meanwhile, more mothers are stepping up to help out families who need some support right now. >> we're hearing moms who want to be part of the solution to this crisis center interested in donating the excess, not that they have. so where really the east to see that response? >> yeah, the buy milk families need to fill out an application with the milk bank
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and then get placed on the list so they can purchase milk in the future. if you are interested in donating well, many milk banks are looking for healthy, breastfeeding or pumping mothers right now who have about 100 ounces or more of extra frozen milk. more news for your money this morning. it appears inflation took a bite out of your paychecks in april. the labor department says that average hourly earnings for all employees went down more than 2 percentage points compared to april of last year. not excluding the fact of financial experts say your buying power also is weaker. now to with food prices jumping for the 17th consecutive month. airline flights jumped more than 18% in april compared to the prior month as well. everything just going up. coming up on the kron 4 morning news bay to breakers was back in san francisco this weekend. we're going to show you some of the wacky. >> wacky things we saw. we'll be right back.
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>> san francisco woke up to a party of runners over the weekend bay to breakers return sunday for the first time since 2019 kron four's camila barco brings us the sights and the sounds from the starting line all the way to the finish line. >> and that's a wrap on the 2022 bay to breakers race more than 15,000 people participated in the event and
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we ran through the streets of san francisco in all forms of clothing that could feel good fast. the best dressed race in the bay area returned to the streets of san francisco sunday morning. >> avid runners who came out to win started the bay to breakers race near the embarcadero. but the competition quickly turned into the one for the best costume that you know, current tights. >> you know, for for team. decide to put it all together with a secret and >> silver came the 7 and a half mile race also featured superman power rangers and baby dylan, a star track was, you know >> that of course we went to was just one that's going to the race quickly turned into a heats >> i think the most exciting part of the races, the haste retail continue near the
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panhandle. >> and ended ocean >> so you're embarrassed any if everyone can participate, you don't have to be a fast runner. you the bill walker. >> for some sunday marked their first time participating in the event. i it was a fun way to explore francisco. others like clark simple. been doing it for 30 plus years. i started 1973. >> and this is my 70th birthday. simple doesn't know when you stop running in the bay to breakers race, but doesn't like time do it to you. drive in francisco, camila barco kron. 4 news. >> well, coming up next, the kron 4 morning news. the investigation into the deadly mass shooting in buffalo continues. we have reactions from the president and u.s. lawmakers after we get back from break. i'm dan o'dowd and i approved this message. tesla's full self- driving technology.
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>> we are back 7 30's that i thank you so much for joining us here on the kron. 4 morning news. i'm james fletcher radar. we had a really great weekend. james. how so? yeah, it was nice. it was relaxing a little breezy. i know that's been wreaking havoc with everybody's sign a seasonality of the weekend. but little secure. we have to. we'll get through john collins got to and we love the green of spring. but that pollen is the downside. the weather sure is nice. we are going to hold on to some really nice stuff
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today, a mix of cloud cover and some sunshine. >> that you're seeing here from the east bay hills, visibility is improving. we had some fog at the coastline this morning. you'll see pockets of fog at the coast through the day, but also some peeks of sunshine out there and a lot of sunshine for the rest of us with your long, the bexar inland, really comfortable day highs in the 60's and 70's later on. right now we're in the 50's know it is windy and that is definitely not just blowing around the pollen, but he's also making for some wind advisories. are bridges so note that get the light jackets ready to go. as you venture out, reyna. >> john, thank you for that. all right. let's get a look at the traffic this morning traveling into the city about 17 minutes for you. drive there because we had an earlier accident that's been cleared. 80 westbound traffic moving along. the san mateo bridge is check on that. it will be about 15 minutes for your drive as you're traveling in a cross towards the peninsula. there. we do have some high winds. so that slows down along the san mateo bridge this morning. so keep that in mind. let's get a look at the richmond. sandra fell
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see any delays there about a 13 minute drive and the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls around 20 minutes for you this morning. >> all right. it is 7.31. and we're continuing our coverage now. those 2 deadly mass shootings that happened over the weekend. the latest one on sunday afternoon at a church in laguna hills in southern california. one person was killed. 5 others are in the hospital in critical condition right now. police say a 61 year-old man came into the church and started shooting during a banquet. you know, they say parishioners at that church actually stop the shooter by hitting him with a chair. and then as he was trying to reload and then hog tying him until police arrived, officers recovered 2 guns from the scene. they're working right now to find out what the motive was behind that shooting. well, the president and the first lady will travel to buffalo, new york tomorrow in the wake of the mass shooting at a supermarket that killed 10 people already say it was a white gunman who targeted black shoppers and workers with jessi tenure with the very latest now from dc. good
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morning. the president told a crowd here in dc yesterday that even though the investigation continues, the shooter's motive is clear to him. >> racially-motivated active white supremacy and violent extremism. that's how president biden describes the actions of the white 18 year-old accused of shooting and killing 10 people saturday at a new york supermarket located in a predominantly black neighborhood. we must all work together address to hate the remains a stain. >> on the soul of america, it's horrendous. >> the department of justice is investigating a mass shooting as a hate crime. hate against any one of us. we should interpret it. >> yes, all of us as a nation officials said the gunman live streamed the attack and posted 180 page manifesto online which detail the plot and contained hate speech. this spreads like a virus on cnn state of the union sunday, new york democratic governor kathy hochul called on tech companies to take more responsibility. the second it hits the platform in needs to be taken down. hochul also
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stressed the 18 year-old legally purchased the ar 15. he used in new york. >> but not the high capacity magazine. other states do not have the same laws that we have and people are just crossing those borders. that's why hochul wants to see more federal gun control laws. congress is currently debating a wide range of policies including a bipartisan bill to raise the minimum age to 21 to buy assault style weapons. the focus ought to be on trying to be preventive rather than 2 restrict legal buying nebraska republican governor pete ricketts would rather see lawmakers do more to address mental health, more proactive in spotting. those folks are getting the help they need. officials say the gunman threatened to carry out a shooting at his high school last year but was never charged with a crime and had no further contact with law enforcement after his release from a mental health evaluation at a hospital. >> in washington, i'm jessi tenure. >> well, gun reform was the topic of our interview with assemblymember phil ting over the weekend. he joins us for the kron 4 weekend morning news and we talk about gun
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violence surging during the covid pandemic. 35%. as a matter of fact, it's the highest we've seen in decades and assemblymember ting along with other state leaders have been talking about how to combat gun violence and potentially taking that charge to the gun makers themselves infecting has introduced a bill that would allow governments and victims of gun violence and their family members to file lawsuits against gun manufacturers. >> what it says is that gun owners, gun distributors, gun shops should have liability. if whatever reason they're not following state law, every company in this country has to be responsible for the products that they sell. and this is just putting gun manufacturers on the same playing field as every other company in america. federal law actually prevents most types of lawsuits against the gun industry. but >> in some limited cases, like when gunmakers break state or local laws regarding the sale and marketing of their products, those lawsuits can be permitted to continue. >> well, developing in the south bay, police are
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investigating a suspicious death of a woman. this is in san jose. authorities have yet to release the victim's name at this time. but police blocked off part of air laying due to the nature of her death. according to family in the area, they did a wellness check on her after they didn't hear from her for days. she was found dead inside of her home sunday morning. that investigation is ongoing. sarasota police are investigating a shooting near the bay to breakers race. we're showing you video from the citizens at around 09:00am yesterday. the police were called to the 1000 block of larkin street. the victim was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. police do not believe that this incident is related to the bay to breakers race. >> well, in the east bay, investigators now searching for an arsonist after a series of fires broke out along highway 4 caught on fire. and the contra costa county sheriff's office say that at least 2 fires were intentionally set along highway 4 out near the willow pass road area in concord sunday morning. khan fire says
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at least one witness actually saw the person and provided them with a description. >> based on the description from a witness at the bay church just off highway 4. the witness describe the individual setting the fire hispanic male, either late teens or early 20's in a white t-shirt. gray sweat pants. and a yellow backpack investigator. the sheriff's office were pursuing the lead. they did see take off over the over the hill, but they just said he disappeared into a neighborhood and they weren't able to locate. >> yes. so now con fire did respond to another fire sunday morning. it was along highway 4, but they say that fire was caused by someone cooking at a homeless encampment nearby. so it wasn't connected at all. but this all comes after 7 fires were allegedly set near 6.80, and pacheco boulevard in martinez. earlier this month. >> still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news, there's a new police commissioner in san francisco. we're going to tell you his plan to stop free text
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stops in the city. well, plus, coach steve kerr is back in time for the western conference finals. we're going to hear what he told assistant coach mike brown when he stepped up the team to win over the grizzlies.
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>> 7.40, is the time. and in san francisco, the police commission is considering a proposal that would limit when and why police pull people over. the goal is to and what
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many call pretext stops, which in essence amounts to racial profiling, according to its critics. kevin is the newest member of the san francisco police commission. and he joins us in studio sunday morning to talk about the timeline he has in mind to make that kind of change. >> there's data that showed that black san franciscans are between 6 and 10 times more likely to be stopped and searched. and this new policy we started the introduction of justice last wednesday i think is going to help address that. we're working with a coalition of over 60 community organizations. there's going to be 30 days of public comment. and i the plan is to pass a pause in the summer and hopefully can such as c what tangible impacts from that new policy on stops. >> benedict, it was a civil rights attorney. he was unanimously confirmed as the newest police commissioner in april. and you can watch this full interview if you'd like on our website at kron 4 dot com. >> well, the senate is expected to advance an additional 40 billion dollar aid package for ukraine.
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senator minority leader mitch mcconnell confirmed the move say the final vote will take place on wednesday. his comments come a day after he had a republican delegation traveled to ukraine and met with president volodymyr zelensky. mcconnell also said he would support the united states designating russia as a state sponsor of terrorism will be right back after the will be right back after the break. and now most admired alum! get up there. this is so embarrassing. there's no way it's me. you know her.... you love her.... ruh roh. what are you doing here? it's anna gomez! who? our first gigillionaire! with at&t fiber, anna's got the fastest internet with hyper-gig speeds. i didn't know you went to this school. we have a lot in common. live like a gigillionaire with at&t fiber. now with speeds up to 5-gigs. limited availability.
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>> we are back at 7.45. here on the kron. 4 morning news. probably time for a check of weather. yeah. excited to get out today, john, because the weather supposed to be really nice, right? yes. so today's the coolest of the forecast. if you thought that saturday was a little too high, today's for you now it is definitely jacket where the morning were breezy out there. look at that tree below it around and financial district under the sunshine that we do have jackets needed for the morning. if you're inland, you'll be able to get away without them. come the afternoon for sure. we are seeing a bit of fog but the low gray at the coastline, but a lot more sunshine. the further inland you get and we are also in the midst of a generous westerly winds. let's not just pushing a little drizzle out along the coast. it's also pushing that ocean cool there for the stimulant today. and that's why today's temperatures are easily the coolest tomorrow. this high-pressure ridge is going to build back in. that's going to block that westerly sea breeze. that's cooling so many of us off today. that's why
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temperatures for much of the rest of the forecast are going to begin to climb really quickly 50's of the coast today. while san francisco's mission and financial districts well into the mid 60's that paired with your sunshine going to feel really good. some 60's as well on the peninsula about view starts a trend of 70's into the south bay with san jose. at 72 today, a range of 60's to 70's across the east bay, breezy for sure. so in areas like oakland, at least keep the jacket in the pack it with you. well, we are going to see highs near 80 in antioch in fairfield and vacaville. 83, even with the breeze. you don't need any sort of jacket for that. tomorrow's temperatures rise back into the 80's inland and that's where we'll stay well into next week when we'll start to see some 90's returning bayside cities in the 60's today. 70's tomorrow. coastal areas are going to be a lot. steadier highs remain in the 60's all the way through, john, thank you for we've had. >> travel time and our travel check. indeed. it is definitely a good day to be
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flying today. we are seeing no delays out of sfo, but here's the deal. >> we have a lot of wind out there. so things are going to be a little bit on the bump. the side for takes off takeoffs and landings. it's also a little bit cloudy, too. so i will be keeping an eye on if we have any delays. as of right now, i'm not seeing any, though right now. john, thank you for no delays in the sky, but >> we do have a little bit of traffic build up on the ground here say if you're traveling into the city this morning, we had an accident. i-80 westbound right near the tolls. that's clear. but still seeing residual delays on this monday morning. it's going to take you about 17 minutes to make it from the maze and to the city to that from a street exit. there's also accident along 2.80, north bound south san jose avenue in san francisco. that off-ramp is blocked and another one, 80 westbound east of carlson boulevard in richmond. so you're busy along 85, 80 and along 2.80, in the city. we've got high winds. and so that slows down on the san mateo bridge. so you're out about 16 to 17 minutes to make it
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across towards the peninsula. let's check on the richmond center fell bridge a little under 13 minutes for that drive. and the golden gate bridge pretty much the light us right now. look at that 20 minutes. 37 to the tolls. >> to sports now, the warriors set to face off against the mavericks in the western conference finals. so everybody excited about that and great weekend for our giants or the a's kron four's column. meals has the highlights for us. 6 western conference finals in 8 years. that is impressive. no matter how you shake it. it's the golden state warriors. reality. >> over the last decade, the organization has been a beacon of consistency. head coach steve kerr did not coach the final 3 games of the memphis series. the semifinals as he was dealing with covid. >> assistant coach mike brown stepped in and was able to get the job done. however, steve kerr is back and most importantly healthy, he talked kron 4 about what his message was for brown before game 6. >> the main thing i told him was he had to follow his gut. he can't he couldn't sit
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there, you know, think. what? what what i do. you know, he's he needed to to follow his own instincts and and the staff had to collaborate and do whatever they felt was necessary. i had zoom with the before shootaround of game sos able to stay in touch with guys. both on the staff and on and on the team. but his day was definitely very strange. sitting at home and not being able to be part of it. >> maps at suns game 7 in phoenix when replace the warriors in the western conference finals. spencer dinwiddie got things going early for dallas. he had 30 off the bench, including 5 however, this game got ugly. quick end of the half luka doncic's. kids. the maps. 57, 27 lead at half. he was hot all night. this one basically already over. this came as a shock or to may 3rd quarter who cook goes to work down low
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just too big, too strong. he had 35 points. 10 boards for mask paris and the team with the best record in the nba. dallas wins one. 23, 90 game, one of the western conference finals is in san francisco coming up on wednesday at 06:00pm for onto the bucks. celtics game 7 of the eastern conference semifinals. the celts grant williams trying to get in the fox team huddle pre-game. not sure how that ended for him. after a close 1st half, boston starting nailing 3 pointers in the 3rd jason tatum swish. is that one on his way to 23 points. however, williams was the man he hits the trey here to give the celtics nice. a 13 point lead in the 3rd quarter in the 4th williams does it again. what time? 7, 3 pointers for him scored 27 points. both career highs. by the way, boston rolls one. 0, 9, 81 eliminating the defending nba champions in 7 games. they will play the heat in the
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eastern conference finals. game one is coming up on tuesday night in miami. giants albert pools and the cardinal speaking of games, getting out of hand. spoiler for you a 5th inning. yadier molina with a deep to left. it's gone. 2 run shot. this made 11, nothing cardinals in the 9th up 15 to st. louis team brought in pools to pitches. just add insult to injury for the giants. the first time he's taking the mound in his 22 year career bowls gives up a 2 run. homer to lease can solace. also a picture. in fact, all as became only the second pitcher in the majors other than shohei otani to go yard this season. google's gave up another homer in the inning. he eventually did call today. retired the side. he now has a lifetime. your rate of 36, richard chai inslee's 15 6. the final. the a's hosting the angels looking to
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even the series. by the way, there was possum in the press box. go on twitter. look at that picture. scary hour at the coliseum top the first. >> shohei otani takes frankie deep to right center. >> that one is gone. ohtani second homer of the series with the angels up to the only bright spot for the ace was montanez. despite that home run, he strikes out 12. >> gets brandon marsh swinging in the bottom of the 6th. still, though, montas winds up with l a s fall. 41 to host the twins for 3 game set. >> all right. kyle mills reporting the warriors. we should remind you, we'll kick it off with the mavericks on wednesday at the chase center. so the home crowd will be there at 6 o'clock. the it will be watching. wear the we'll be right back.
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>> on the kron, 4 morning news tragedy across the u.s. police investigating 2 mass shootings over the weekend. we'll have the latest details from buffalo, new york. and here in california lou, that can include hills in southern california, the site of another mass shooting. >> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at >> good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us here at 8 o'clock on james fletcher right, harvey in for darya folsom. we've got a lot happened across the united states. multiple mass shootings in shooting back here at home as well. and lots to sift through. and we will here in just a moment. but first, let's get that forecast from john. stand by the weather center. hey, john. hey, guys, growing a little in, brighter, and brighter each. and every moment here across the bay, you can still see some of the clouds hanging out of a berkeley in this view, but some brighter skies out towards the city. >> visibility is being affected at the coast by some fog that was seen through the weekend for coastal areas elsewhin


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