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people wearing masks. demonstrators in danville held up signs, including one that said, quote, white lives matter. thanks for joining us tonight on kron. 4 news at 9, everybody. i'm grant lotus and i'm vicki liviakis. this, of course coming as the nation has been reeling. >> from a mass shooting in buffalo where the white gunman is accused of targeting and killing black people at a grocery store. our kron four's dan thorn has the story now from danville. >> this saturday demonstration in danville is stirring up outrage and disappointment. the group of masked men were standing near the intersection of camino tassajara and crow canyon road the same day as a mass shooting in buffalo, new york. my initial reaction was. >> one of discussed but not surprise. veronica benjamin is a danville resident and co-founder of conscious contra costa. >> the organization was formed after the police killing of tyrell wilson, former danville
police officer andrew hall shot wilson last year and is now in jail after he was charged with killing another black man in 2018. benjamin says white-supremacist behavior is not challenged enough in this wealthy east bay community. dental is a very, very white city and it's kind of like this last bastion of white privilege and wealth courting for as contra. costa county has about a 9 to 10% african-american population and dental. that drops to one percent. >> danville's mayor denounced the demonstration on monday saying in part to kron 4 news. >> these people were acting out. hate speech, though, not a crime. this was clearly an abhorrent gesture towards people of color. our town stands united against racism in any form and any acts that direct harm or hatred. the contra costa county sheriff's office says they responded to the demonstration but allowed to continue because no laws were being broken. benjamin says she is thankful for those in the community who do stand up against these acts. small amount of pride i can have for
my town is that there are people here who care and i hope that they continue to stand up, show up and put pressure. >> on our town council who does not seem to care as much as some of the residents reporting in danville, dan thorn. >> kron, 4 news meanwhile, the family of the woman killed in the buffalo mass shooting. >> the family is overcome with emotion. the grieving loved ones say they're angry and hurt that a white-supremacist cut their loved one's life short. >> the taken from us and taken from this world. by someone just full of hate. for no reason. with no reason. >> is very high. was to the had the right now. >> 10 people were killed saturday. 3 were injured in that shooting. the suspect, 18 year-old payton getting drawn is in custody. he is charged with a hate crime. attorney
ben crump is representing the families killed in the massacre. >> he says he's imploring the president to pass an anti-black, a hate crime bill in congress. meantime, on capitol hill, democratic lawmakers are calling on both parties to denounce hateful speech. that's fueling the violence and mass shootings of times past. >> it's the same idea that motivated another man too, gunned down african-americans in charleston, south carolina. another man to gun down hispanic americans in el paso. we have a domestic terrorism problem in america. >> the president paid tribute to the victims during a medal ceremony for first responders today. he will be heading to buffalo tomorrow to meet with the families of the victims. the mass shooting in buffalo has shed light on the increase of hate crimes to continue to take place across the country. in 180 page online post full of neo-nazi references. this
18 year-old expresses beliefs shared by gunmen of previous massacres. kron four's ella sogomonian is live with us from the newsroom with reaction from the center for the study of hate and extremism. what's the verdict? >> brian levin with that all states under says that last year there was a record number of hate crimes, according to their study. and he says that many of them are repeat offenders with potential mental illness. >> last year in 2021, we have a record number of hate crimes. according to our study 3.69. and that was a 224% increase across 21 cities, including san francisco. but many of these offenders are serial where we show that in the bay area. and in new york, for example, and have numbers in new york this year have a documented history of mental health intervention. >> he went on to say that in years past racially motivated hate crimes used to coincide
with certain events like an election year. but it's now become more for year-round issue. much like fire season. live in the newsroom. ella sogomonian kron. 4 news. >> now to southern california, orange county authorities are saying that yesterday's deadly church shooting it was politically motivated and a hate crime. 68 year-old david choose accused of killing one person and wounding 5 others inside the geneva presbyterian church in laguna woods. that's in orange county. the victims are all asian americans to is a chinese immigrant who lives in las vegas. investigators believe he was upset about political tensions between china and taiwan. he was not affiliated with the church to just drove to orange county from nevada on saturday. the shooting happened during a lunch reception to honor a former pastor of a tie weny's congregation. investigat-rs also believe that you had planned an even deadlier attack.
>> we located several within the facility they contained magazines with additional ammo. for molotov cocktail like incendiary devices. that he had placed around the inside of the church. >> authorities praised the victim who died. they say 52 year-old doctor john chiang heroically tackled the shooter chu before chang's fatally shot. >> san jose police say one of the victims in a double shooting there has died about 3 o'clock early this morning near the intersection of san salvador. >> and 10th street, a man and a woman were both shot. the man died at the scene. the woman was rushed to a local hospital. she's in stable condition tonight. and at this time, there's no information on a possible suspect or whether the victims even knew each other. tonight, police are telling community members there is no active threat in the area. >> we don't believe that there is a threat to the public. there's no ongoing threat.
some stranger going out there committing his crimes, although it is a very highly dense neighborhood that we have seen in the past. many kinds of occurred. it's still very early on in the investigation. >> this shooting marks the city's 10th homicide of the year and new at 9, the city of oakley announcing that the reward for information leading to the whereabouts of missing woman. alexis gabe, it is now up to $60,000. this is up from $10,000 announced back in april. the city says an anonymous donor has contributed $50,000 more to the reward fund. san francisco police are investigating after they found human remains on railroad tracks on the city's south side. sfpd says city employees found a man's body on the track sunday night near bayshore boulevard and arlette avenue. the cause of death is under investigation. >> former mma star cain velasquez has been denied bail for the second time in his attempted murder case. the
judge today decided against allowing bail once again citing a quote, reckless disregard for human life. the last case has been in custody since february. he's facing attempted murder and gun charges accused of shooting at a man who is accused of molesting velazquez's young relative. you see him there. alaska's meanwhile, could face more than 20 years in prison if convicted. the oakland police officers association says they are concerned about the dangerous state of affairs of the city's 9-1-1. response, they say. >> because of inadequate staffing, the police department regularly has nobody to respond to. residents calls for help conference. amanda hari spoke to the president of the association and a council member about the grim reality. >> the situation in oakland is dire. it's staffing crisis when it comes to police officers being available to respond to calls for service so far this year, the oakland police officers association says the department has lost
44 officers. >> in 2021, they lost 86. 37 went to other departments in direct contrast o president barry donelan says there are 9-1-1 call volume has went up. >> go on down there to the raid. your room on saturday night decided look at the 134 calls several people calling for help in this city that go unanswered. look at the dispatchers. make them see the way they're overburdened by these calls. he says right now they're seeing about 2000 calls for service every day. >> and he expects that number to go up in the summer months. leaders of open. you can take this seriously. >> they've allowed this the police department to a trip down to scale it nevils a staffing. >> and a lot of he's got to do with their vilification police officers. there's no support for cops. donelan says they need more city leaders and community members to support cops. >> i asked council member
lauren taylor if he agrees with donald and that police need more support. absolutely agree. i think that our officers are doing >> incredible job under difficult for the most part, i'm grateful for the work that they do. taylor told me that he just did a ride along with officers last week. i saw firsthand how day. >> are dealing with a high volume of cal s, trying to work through all of them under difficult circumstances, waiting hours to get a response is not acceptable. we are implementing many measures to address that. he says he believes part of the solution is to offload nonviolent calls. >> to an on off a service ponder. he says they need to hire more people and create a better system for those calls. i know that. >> it can never happen fast enough, but i am grateful for those efforts. we are making amanda hari kron. 4 news. >> these sideshows. cause unnecessary disturbances, unnecessary delays. and and
this is an unnecessarily put innocent lives in danger. >> hard to regulate them. the antioch mayor, lamar thorpe today addressing a sideshow that turned violent over the weekend in antioch win. participants were targeting officers in patrol vehicles. mayor thorpe saying the city is considering a measure that would allow police to arrest and find spectators. people who attend sideshows could face up to 6 months in jail and $1000. fine. our weather time now as we get a live look outside here on this monday night. the foggy to start the day. but then things cleared out, warm up and it was a nice day and here to clear things up in the weather world. yeah. >> going up we're going appears see temperatures warm up around the bay area the next few days highpressure taken over and yeah, skies clearing out nicely out there right now. looking good. the winds have been kicking up today and of course, that's
been the biggest problem. the winds very gusty at times 30 im, some 40 mile an hour gusts in the san francisco temperatures. yeah, a little bit below the average of the san francisco today that probably a little bit above the average by tomorrow afternoon. 59 degrees in san francisco. 65 for high in oakland today. 71 in san jose, 70 in livermore, 76 in concord and 79 degrees in santa rosa. yeah, we did have some low clouds and some of that fog, but that begin dissipate. you see that front coming through right there, a weak system. there's just not much with it, but just enough to scare off some of that marine layer and kind of kick up the winds and that's where we sit tonight. we're seeing some of those gusty winds developing around the bay area. but those will begin to subside overnight tonight into early tomorrow morning. and i think other than maybe a patch or 2 of fog start out mostly sunny side up around the bay area. still, it is a bit windy in spots you see in the san francisco, some of those winds over 30 miles an hour. dylan beach over 20 miles an hour and that some pretty good winds all the way into fairfield and conquered. so little breezy in spots
around the bay area this evening. temperature wise numbers fairly similar from the coast to make the interior valleys 50 degrees in pacifica. 55 in alameda. 54 degrees in dublin. 54 in petaluma. 61 in santa rosa and 50 degrees in the day debate. but of this area of low pressure going to begin to move out of town and all of a sudden high pressure begins to build in by tomorrow. we start to talk about more of a northerly component. the wind and that is going to be just enough to clear out your skies, bring in lots of sunshine and some warm weather. but the breeze? yeah, probably back again by tomorrow afternoon. tonight. it will begin to subside just a bit more of a northerly component of that wind starting to kick in overnight tonight and early tomorrow morning. then by the afternoon that sea breeze likely to return. so it will be breezy, especially coast side and through parts of the bay overnight. tonight, you're going to see the fog. just a couple of fog along the coastline. not much otherwise. looking like we'll start to clear things out over midnight tonight and temperatures dropping off into the 50's through that time. the
meantime, though, we are going expect to see the patchy fog along the coastline. that's about it tomorrow morning and then watch what happens as normally winds kick in. the fog disappears and we're working on a sunny day outside and some real some nice weather out there, too. temperatures go to bounce back tomorrow. mid 80's inland by the afternoon with sunny skies. lots of 70's almost 80 degrees. by the time you make a way in the santa clara valley and cooler 50's and 60's out toward the coast. thanks, lawrence. gas prices are once again through the roof. have you seen that sitting at about 6 bucks on average for a gallon of regular and almost every bay area county just insane. according to triple a only solano county locally has gassed under 6 bucks a gallon on average rising inflation. one of the biggest reasons for high gas prices, experts in that industry say gas prices will continue to steadily go up with the hope that they start to level off or even go down hopefully by july. meantime, congress is expected
to vote on a bill this week that will address these record high gas prices. >> the bill would gas price limits and prevent exploitative cost hikes. it would also give the federal trade commission the power to penalize oii companies. if they can prove those companies are inflating the price of gas. the american petroleum institute says that it will not lower gas prices because the price of the pump, they say, is determined by the supply and demand for oil, not individual companies. talk about a supply issue today. baby formula maker abbott announced it has reached a deal with fda regulators. >> to restart production of the stuff, but it could take weeks to get that formula back on store shelves can force washington correspondent alexandra limon reports on the immediate steps the government is taking to try to help. >> as it's working to quickly help parents get the baby formula. they need create some flexibility, cut red tape. the
administration says it's working with formula manufacturers to increase production and secretary pete buttigieg says the fda is taking other action on making it easier to safely import formula products, which we don't generally tend to do much of in the u.s.. the fda shuttered a plant in michigan as a safety precaution after 4 infants got sick and 2 died. all of them had had formula from that abbott plant. there was nothing wrong with that plant that was never proven that. >> but any that formula calls these 2 deaths. the fda is working closely with abbott to bring the facility back online. safely. that's the key here safely. the administration is also helping major retailers and baby formula manufacturers get more baby formula to store shelves and have made clear to all of them. >> that federal resources, including transportation and logistics, resources are available and on call on capitol hill. several lawmakers have introduced legislation to try to avoid baby formula shortages in the
future. >> and some administration officials agree that changes are needed to take a hard look at the country. >> about how we got to having 4 companies control almost 90% of the market in washington. alexandra limon coming up, the homeless report. >> is and we have the numbers. we'll take a closer look. plus, doctors examining why there's been an uptick in kids getting sick with hepatitis. and after the break, why california manufacturers want the state to halt taxes on new equipment coming in. and high pressure now building into the bay area where we might see temperatures move into the 90's in the next few days. what about that coming up?
california manufacturers want the state to halt taxes. >> on new equipment, they say these taxes are hobbling the industry and lyrics taxes, right? this comes as manufacturers and to modernize production and make it more efficient supply chain issues continue to affect the nation. the globe kron four's ashley zavala explains the request. leaders of california's manufacturing industry. you're asking the state to eliminate the sales tax on new manufacturing equipment. purchases is simple. we didn't make up a complicated formula. we just said if you want to buy something, go please, you'll be exempt from the sales tax. you can buy more hire more. create some some more jobs. ceo of the
california manufacturers and technology association. lance hastings says california taxes both the production equipment. >> and the product at some of the highest rates in the country. in some cases reaching up to 10.7 5%. experts note as innovative as california is the state only attracts one percent of new manufacturing investment in the united states as a result of the financial burdens, we help machines and processes and robots move that. khan is the owner of bishop wise carver, a small manufacturer in the bay area. she notes most manufacturers in california are small and medium sized. take the sales tax of equipment off the table for small and medium size manufactures. >> it's it's a huge competitive when i'm competing against competitors and lower costs. states. >> if i can produce my products more efficiently by staying on top of the technology and using the latest equipment. it allows me to stay in california and keep
my pricing to my competitor, somewhat competitive manufacturers say by slashing the tax, it could give businesses more purchasing power to modernize their equipment, to be more efficient and up to date, they also say the industry in california could grow even more expanding the workforce and bringing in potentially billions more into the state's economy. we're the number one producing state in the country. >> we have the most employees. 1.3 million in our proposal based economic study would increase to manufacture employment base in california by over 10%. so an ad potentially 163,000 new jobs and every job in manufacturing supports to have other jobs. the request comes as the nation and world continue to deal with the effects of the pandemic and global supply chain issues. i think we've seen the impact of that with covid. >> when we don't have the ability to make what this state needs. >> it really puts the state at risk for future growth. industry leaders are hoping lawmakers approved a request either through state budget negotiations this spring. >> or through a bill ab 1951.
the bill has no registered a position in sacramento. ashley zavala kron. 4 news. >> just ahead, free at-home covid tests there are now available. we'll tell you how you can get one for you and your family. plus, a silver lining coming out of the ukraine area. now. more on why officials say the war appears to be in their favor. homeless numbers. those are actually going down in san francisco. we'll give you a closer look
>> the annual count of homeless people is in for most of the bay area county. yeah, the numbers they provide a snapshot of homelessness during a single point in time in the varied actually by each bay area county, the visual count compares february 2019, february 2022. the point in time or pit count as it's called, showed contra. costa alameda marin and santa clara counties all saw increases in the number of unhoused people from 2019 to 2022. alameda saw a 22% increase in homelessness. contra costa. >> had the highest increase of 35%. but the overall increases were actually smaller than what experts had predicted. napa and sonoma counties saw are the counties locally that saw decreases in the number of homeless people along with san francisco. yeah, the city
actually had a 15% decrease in the number of people who are unsheltered. >> an organization that helps the homeless in the bay area tells us they are most worried about the 1 million plus people who are now at risk of becoming homeless. >> your average one-bedroom apartment goes for $3,000 a month and people's incomes at this level who are most at risk of experiencing homelessness is $35,000 a year? that map does not work. >> meantime, san francisco mayor london breed is celebrating the decrease and recognize the work that still needs to be done, including the challenges of addiction and mental health illness of those on the streets. >> new data from officials in the south bay shows there's been a modest increase in the amount of homeless people living on the streets, ground force justin campbell spoke to county officials about what they're doing in an effort to try to help the most vulnerable people find housing >> santa clara county
officials say more than 10,000 people are living on the streets in the county compared to 2019. that's a 3% increase and they have a lot more work to do. we have. >> seeing some success. house almost 6900 people over the last couple of years. but we have tremendous challenges in that number of people that are continuing to fall into homelessness each year. catherine kaminsky. >> deputy director office of supportive housing says people are falling into homelessness due to a lack of affordable housing. we have to build and develop >> increase the number of affordable housing units that are available to people in our community to meet the growing need. but affordable housing projects can take years. supervisor otto lee says he's focused on interim housing, which moves people from the streets to empty motel rooms. we've had a program in sonny
bill, for example. >> moving 31 individuals from the 10th living into motel room very quickly. it was quite costly. but the good thing the many of them and for more than half of them actually were able to find permanent housing. drafters lee says the motel transition program is a pilot program. the county is exploring because it provides housing quickly. they can train people and get them the resources they need more easily to be successful as a community. we have a responsibility to make sure that >> people have a safe place to call home weather there. working a minimum wage jobs working in that in our tech sector reporting in san jose, justin campbell kron, 4 news. >> inflation continues to push the cost of gas, groceries and now rents. but one bay area area could see its largest one-year increase come july. the city of oakland says landlords of rent-controlled
properties could raise rents by 6.7% because of inflation. but oakland city council member carol, 5, he's now trying to stop that from happening through a new proposed city measure. our first taylor bisacky explains that >> and now is going to have catastrophic effect. some tense. james van is the co-founder of oakland tenants union. if the city were to move forward with its plan to allow landlords of rent-controlled properties to increase rent by 6.7% in july. he says many tenants would no longer be able to make rent with inflation, driving up the costs of nearly everything else. no 10 and i know. >> has received anything like a. a we increase of 6.7% over last year. in fact, many tenants lost their he says the tenants union is working with city council member carol fife. >> who is now leading an effort to change the criteria that allows rent increases
within the city of oakland starting july, the city will allow landlords to increase rents by 100% of the percentage increase in the consumer price index. however, council member five's proposed measure would instead allow landlords to only impose an increase of 60% of the percentage increase in the cpi or limit rent increases to a max of 3% annually. whichever is lower in a statement to kron 4 news 5 said, quote, we cannot see this happening and continue to think that tenants can under this record high allowable rent increase emily wheeler with the oakland tenants union says measure would help prevent future increases as well. i'd only would it happen. so this year's increase would be less than half of what it would be originally. >> it would change the formula to calculate the cpi to be more in line with cities like berkeley and san francisco, for example, in berkeley. >> landlords can raise rents by 65% of the cpi, 5 measure will go to council for a vote
at the end of the month. i'm taylor bisacky reporting kron. 4 news. >> meanwhile, u.s. lawmakers want to try to help renters and homeowners with rising housing costs. the biden administration announced an affordable housing plan today which includes new financing options and expanded access to certain tax credits and loans. >> may be easier for developers owns finish those homes and get them into the hands people. >> the plan also pressures local governments to change complicated zoning regulations and to reform existing housing programs. a silver lining of sorts in ukraine. the uk's most senior military officer says ukraine is winning the war and its survival is now guaranteed. ukraine is reporting significant strides and counterattacks. russian troops have completely withdrawn from kharkiv this weekend. that's the second largest city that is now gone days without showing after weeks of unrelenting attacks.
ukraine says its fighters have advanced this far as russia's border on the offensive. the developments could signal a major shift in momentum for ukraine. nearly 3 months now into this war, mcdonald's becomes the latest western corporation to announce it's pulling out of russia in the wake of the ukraine invasion. >> since it opened up in moscow 3 decades ago, mcdonald's has opened more than 800 restaurants in russia employing 62,000 people. the restaurants were temporarily closed back in march. mcdonald's says keeping its business there because against its values. straight ahead at 9, as much as you might love working from home, it might not be good for your health. we have more on that story coming up. >> and skies cleared out around the bay area. we've got some much warmer days ahead. we'll talk about that coming up next. and who can talk about the warriors? sure. i can talk about them enough.
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>> well, the dubs found out on sunday night who they be playing in the western conference finals. and on monday they were back in the lab, finalizing their preparations for the dallas mavericks. the warriors lost 3 of 4 games to the mavericks during the regular season. but you can throw that out the window. the playoffs. they're a different ave. they were not expected to get here. everyone thought go to state would be in phoenix. but now that dallas has arrived. steve kerr knows the game plans will have to be airtight. >> i think this series more than the first 2 series for us. we're going to have to do to adapt and adjust as we go. so will, you know, will go into game one with a game plan. but i think we need a lot of contingencies depending on how how things are are unfolding. we're hungry enough know. and we have been on the radar for the last 2 years in terms >> being realistic. championship contenders an
hour. knocking on the door so to get back to the finals. so maybe that's just me in terms of not trying to be claim. no got to is just, you know, where as hungry as they are to get into. >> old guy college graduate all the above the giants. they were looking to rebound from one of their most embarrassing losses in recent memory. st. louis beat the giants on sunday 15 to 2 talk about you ickes. but hey, it's a new day in the new series. they were in colorado taking on the rockies. colorado, always an interesting place to play with that wind. and, you john, having a decent year but still trying to find some consistency in some areas. top of the 5th kirk, u.s. ally. he had his best game of the season. that's his second home run. that was a 3 run homer right there. second of the game, as i said. this season
and he puts them up 4 to one. now, bottom of the 6, the rockies and cut it to one ryan mcmahon. he gets all of that way back to left the solo shot ties the game for peace. all right. let's go to the top of the night. tied at 6. my man, mike yastrzemski love the staff. i love the swing. gets a hold of that one. he crushed that one. second deck, his 3rd home run of the season. giants take the lead. come on. bottom of the 9th camillo duval, take us home. brother. he gets the ground out to first. let's go home any that's the ballgame. giants win. 76 game 2 of the series on tuesday. all right. let's cross the bay bridge for a's. hosted the twins. >> game one of the 3 game series. top of the 6, minnesota up a run. gary sanchez. as deep to center. no
doubt about that. one winds extend the lead to 2. the a's baseball 3 to one and a really tough season for oakland on the field off the field. we all know what's going on with that organization. >> hopefully things get better before they get worse. all right. that is your look at sports. we'll be right back after a quick break.
doctors are narrowing their focus on a particular type of adenovirus as the cause of a recent uptick in serious but titus cases in kids. yeah, type 41 virus has been identified in a majority of cases in. >> europe and the u.s. doctors say in healthy children, it usually results in an upset stomach. they also say covid-19 lockdowns resulted in reduced exposure to common edina viruses leaving young children vulnerable. there are currently 450 cases of this mysterious hepatitis in children worldwide 110 of those right here in the u.s. has that zume life. well, for people working from home. listen up. a new study finds working from home could cause lingering effects on your health. this new report from. >> the well-being index finds a 5th of people working from home exercise less than they did when they were going to work into work and a 3rd are
eating more food. just the findings also reveal half of those working from home have not visited their doctor or dentist in the past year. 15% of people working from home also say there. drinking more alcohol study finds that despite restrictions ending many people are still struggling to stay active and eat well. >> and free at-home covid tests. those up for grabs now. the government's first started offering these free at-home test back in january. they announced a second round available to be shipped out in march and now a 3rd round of free at-home covid-19 tests that are available for order. every home here in the u.s. is eligible, you can already yours on line at covid dot got. all right. whether time now is we get a live look outside on this monday night city hall, yellow and blue for. >> the warriors advancing to the western conference finals. sand saturday. boy really
warms. down, the warriors are hot and so is the weather getting hotter. 2 large. yeah. we like that. excited to see the word play this time of year. yeah. these temperatures they're going to be soaring over the next couple days. very much like the warriors. we've the high pressure building in right now. still a bit of a wind outside as racine, that sea breeze still kicking in and a cold front. here's a long way forecast. an interesting here as we head through time. i'm not seeing a major heat wave on the rise in, but we're going to see rounds of warmer temperatures that beginning tomorrow. we'll start to heat things up. high pressure overhead. start to see little more of a northerly component. you start to clear out your skies into the bay area for tomorrow. that's going to stick around. i think as we head toward the middle the week may be the warmest day of the week are getting close least on wednesday. some 90's out there friday. we're looking good too high pressure takes over again after another weak cold front passes by on the weekend. looking good. that ridge starts weekend just a little bit into sunday. but friday and saturday look spectacular. and then after that, we've got another weak system that moves through that will bring some clouds on the
way to cool the temperatures as we head in toward the following week. but a kind of quiet out there for the most part tonight as we're seeing that sea breeze continuing to kick in good a little blustery in spots. we have some gusts today over 30, even 40 miles per hour in the san francisco still some winds out there. and those winds for more northerly overnight tonight. and as that happens, we'll start to clear out your skies and set sail in what looks like a spectacular day tomorrow with sunshine all the way. the coastline temperatures now mainly in the 50's outside tomorrow. we've got a warm-up on the way mid-sixties in downtown san francisco. still cooler along the coastline. little breezy out there as well. that sea breeze kicking in toward the afternoon. but then you get inside the bay, lots of sunshine all day long. the temperatures starting to warm up headed for the south and the south bay. those temperatures in the 70's getting close to 80 degrees by tomorrow afternoon. then we're going to see some of those numbers spike and probably some well inland by tomorrow, the tri valley. but 85 degrees, walnut creek about 78 in orange about 85 in concord.
73 degrees in oakland. 73 degrees in berkeley. nice weather that sea breeze likely to kick in right tgrough the delta by the afternoon. but not before bringing in some nice warm temperatures in the 80's in benicia. also in pittsburgh, in antioch, into fairfield as well. and then back along the coastline, the cooler number settling in. you see 50's 60's coast side that you get anywhere inland tomorrow, these numbers going to start to warm up and that's going to be the case over the next couple days. highpressure will likely strengthen those may be moving in the 90's by wednesday, the warmest inland spots, even some 80's inside the bay thursday, that cold front comes through probably to bring down the temperatures just a little bit. and then friday holding steady. but then warm right back up plans this next weekend. looks like a great weekend to get out there. enjoy 80's and 90's going to be common. if you like the hot stuff, you know where to find a tri valley anywhere inland. that's where to go. all right. thank you for well, a very kid found fame after a >> chance. opportunity that take the stage. a bad you may have heard of. pearl jam pearl
jam. may have heard pretty iconic rock band's drummer apparently yeah. with covid just when they were set to perform in oakland. that didn't stop him as car first resist osseo reports. what happened next was something right out of a movie. >> and in the middle of class, i got a text from olivia. telling me to center the recording of me playing a pearl jam song and she said it's worth a shot. >> worth a shot. that was a vice mill valley resident kyle new commenced on after hearing the news. the iconic rock band pearl jam was in a jam after its drama was out with covid and look where the advice this past friday after impressing the band with his skills, kai filled in for a performing to a packed house. the open arena with pearl jam. i was really >> scared to. and there's to walk up on stage like a couple
songs. but for my heart, started racing and then he called that he called me up. and once i saw the crowd lit up it. i kind of freaked out. i think internally. >> yet in action he was in the moment nailing it. >> i tried to not focus on the crowd. because they just kind of elevated the stress and focus on the drumming. >> the 18 year-old marine county resident says that he started playing drums when he was 8. like when i play, i don't really. >> think about anything else. i'm just. i think they call it like flow state where you just. one with that roams, the instrument. >> by the way, the person who gave him the advice to send a video was olivia vetter lead vocalist. eddie vetter is daughter. they met at a music fest. kai is in a local band. the alive. they play thought a
rock. next is earning plans to play with project began. >> not that i know of. but you never know. i could you have any advice someone who's just starting to play drums? yeah, and don't give up if you have even if you're doing it alone. don't lose, don't lose hope. theresa kron, 4 news of that story and rock on caught that are being in the zone like skews block out the >> you're like a real rocker. yeah. a local his band is playing bottle rock. i mean, that's he's legit. jet. i will have that next. tonight about some pups from ready. >> if you take a look at some of the most fashionable fido's and their accessories after the break.
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new music festival is coming to san francisco named after one of the city's neighborhoods. >> portola will be held at pier 80 the last weekend in september. the festival is presented by goldenvoice which also puts on coachella. they know what to do and some of the big acts in the lineup include flo, the chemical brothers m i a charlie x c x and fatboy slim presale tickets go on sale this friday, starting at 200 bucks. you have to be at least 21 to attend. >> new state park is coming to california. 2100 acre piece of land once home to dairy pastures and almond orchards is going to be called dos rios ranch state park. and it will be located in modesto. governor newsom announced that he will allocate 15 million dollars towards the project from the state's revised budget. this new park gives our state a total of 280 the most of any other state. it is expected to open up starting next year. and finally
tonight, it's prom season. but this time this one's for the pups, an animal center in san diego. help there puppy prom. after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, they're back. this is in san diego over the weekend. >> little hound dog. the. >> pups owners have fun creating corsage is and boot nears for lucky attendees. they were dressed to the nines. it seems like they kind of know it vying for a chance to be prom. king and prom queen. i like it is. and that wraps up kron. 4 news at 9. thanks for being with us this hour. >> happy prom season. everybody at kron. 4 news at 10 is coming up next. ken and pam are here with that. it's fun to see a dog smile right to do so. while they're smiling to the or a bundled up like that. yeah. haha, thank you both. welcome. here's what's coming up next on kron. 4 news at 10. we continue to follow the deadly shootings over the weekend. what we're
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you're watching kron. 4 news. it's horrific that people could. >> in the wake of a tragedy think that this is in any way for the an agenda or a culture and attitude that should be further dinar in our country. >> now at 10 and east bay town reacting tonight after masked demonstrators hold up white-supremacist sons. what many consider? thank you for joining us tonight on kron. 4 news at 10. i'm pam moore and i'm ken wayne. the signs were displayed near a busy intersection in danville over the weekend. this coming as the nation has been reeling from the mass shooting in which a white gunman is accused of targeting and killing black people at a supermarket kron four's. dan thorn has the story from danville. this saturday. demonstration in danville is stirring up outrage and disappointment. the group of masked men were standing near the intersection of camino tassajara and crow canyon road the
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