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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 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, according as contra costa county has about a 9 to 10% african-american population in danville, 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 >> as we mentioned, the demonstration in danville comes on the heels of a deadly weekend in our nation's shootings driven by race and skaters say yesterday's shooting at a southern california church was motivated by hate against taiwanese people and saturday shooting in buffalo, new york against african-americans are grant lodes joins us now with the latest on that shooting in buffalo are 10 people were killed. and we've seen so many of these mass shootings and
they're so tragic. but when you add the element of it being, >> racially-motivated is just makes it that much more vile. when you think about what? was in someone's heart, what makes someone want to do this? at least according to authorities here and the city of buffalo tonight, certainly really after that shooting saturday in a predominantly black neighborhood, 10 people died. 3 people were injured. investigators say the suspect here, payton gendron opened fire at this tops supermarket with an ar 15 style rifle. first shooting people in the parking lot as he got out of his car and then shooting people inside the supermarket afrer he walked into the store. police say he was wearing body armor and used a helmet camera to live stream the shooting on the internet. he's pleaded not guilty to a murder charge and is currently in jail on suicide. watch online diary entries publicize today appear to show that jen
drone plotted the attack for several months in detail. writings posted online on chat platform discord. the suspect wrote about staging a live streamed attack on african-americans as far back as november. he talked about practicing shooting from his car and traveling hours from his home in march to scout out the store. buffalo's police commissioner confirmed the authenticity of the posts today. >> there's a lot of a digital electronics that will have to go through so that process is ongoing. information has also com as a result of some of this investigation that the individual was here a few months ago back in early march. >> investigators also said the teenager went to tops with an intent to, quote, kill as many black people as possible. they said the teenager researched local demographics and arrived a day in advance to scout
things out right now, federal authorities say they're contemplating bringing hate crime charges. the fbi director christopher wray released a statement tonight calling saturday shooting a despicable attack. he went on to say, quote, i want to be clear for my part from everything we know this is a targeted attack, a hate crime and an act of racially-motivated violent extremism. president biden and first lady jill biden will be traveling to buffalo tomorrow to meet with families of these victims. ken pam, back to hugh grant. thank you for that. 10 people, as we said were killed in buffalo, new york. one of them was a retired buffalo police officer named aaron salter. >> investigators say salter was working as a security guard at that grocery store at the time of the shooting. they say he was killed while confronting the shooting. suspect another victim, celeste ng cheney. she was a mother, a sister and cancer survivor. her family says they
found out about her death through a social media video showing the gunman shooting cheney twice. cheney sister says they were together at the store at the time when the shooting happened. >> but i thought she's still was behind. when i got to the back because everybody's time you go to the coolest, which is in the back to news 4. and they opened the back door city-state couple. go out the back to us. we are went%out the back door who was a part of people looking for must step. >> cheney had just celebrated her birthday last week. oakland mayor libby schaff, among the many responding to the shooting, she tweeting tweeted today it mark a tragic new low and our country's a shameful history of racism and gun violence. libby schaff went on to say, quote, we must stop making these weapons of war accessible to anyone with
a credit card and internet connection. more importantly, we must educate and love each other and practice radical inclusivity every day until we rid our society of its racist strain and move toward a more beloved community. >> the mass shooting in buffalo has shed light on the increase in hate crimes said continues to take place across the country in 180 page online post full of neo-nazi references. the 18 year-old huspect expressed belief shared by a gunman in previous massacres. >> well, what kimono and is in our newsroom tonight with reaction from the center for the study of hate and extremism. ella haven't can. brian levin with the center says that much like other hate crime perpetrators. >> the suspect here may have had a history of mental illness and became radicalized online. >> was a copy cat of that. this teenage terrorist became radicalized during the pandemic and he already had
mental health issues. so we're taking time bombs over the place. it different strata and with different motivations. but this particular one with in buffalo was a neo-nazi and he went right down the rabbit hole when he was on line to the worst most vile slugs begin platforms. >> levin says that there is ongoing research about how often, but not always. there are 2 things that should tip people off that somebody close to them may be plotting a massacre. one is over the top anger about a particular group. and the second is obsessive glorification of firearms and he is a proponent of red flag laws which would help people report threatening people before they act. live in the newsroom. ella sogomonian kron. 4 news. ellis, thank you for that. now to southern california where sure shooting at a church yesterday. >> killed one person and injured 5 others. investigators say a chinese born man opened fire inside a taiwanese church and that he was motivated by his hatred
against taiwan. the suspect has been identified as 68 year-old david chao of las vegas. chris wolfe has more. take a good look. >> authorities say 68 year-old david cho of las vegas carried out a methodical plan sunday afternoon to unleash a wave of deadly violence against members of the irvine tie weny's presbyterian church which hold services at the geneva presbyterian church in laguna woods. investigators believe cho traveled to southern california the day before. well, parishioners were attending a luncheon after services. detectives believe cho secure doors to the building with chains and placed superglue into the key holes. they say he then started shooting inside the building, killing one man and injuring 5 others. some critically during the chaos and terror victims were able to gain the upper hand and subdue the suspect reportedly hitting him over the head with a chair time his legs with
extension cords and grabbing from him. not one but 2 handguns. this picture obtained by a church member was posted on the website world journal dot com. and there's more 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 say the shooting suspect is a u.s. citizen who came here from china several years earlier. >> he's lived in various states, including texas. it is believed the suspect involved was upset about political tensions between china. >> and taiwan. i'm still very dumbfounded. at times. i'm just lost for words because this is just something that i just would not expect for them. >> jordan davis has been the roommate of suspect david show for the last 3 months in las
vegas. the 2 men did have a conversation a couple of weeks ago about ty one. >> he feels political tensions and taiwan. it's ju t becoming too much for him. and he was telling me that she feels that how things are rolling and taiwan are much worse than. things are rolling and china under its coming. its leadership. >> that was chris wolfe reporting for us tonight. you can follow the latest on both the buffalo and the southern california shootings on our website. kron 4 dot com. >> other news tonight, efforts to try to keep people off. bay area streets seem to have worked for same-day area counties. the annual count of the homeless population is now in the visual count compares february 2019 to february 2022. the point in time or pit as it's called. so that contra costa alameda, where in santa clara and napa counties all saw increases in the number of
unhoused people from those years, 2019 to 2022. alameda county saw an increase in homelessness at 22% contra. costa county had the highest increase at 35%. but the overall increases were smaller than predicted. napa and sonoma, actually that those county saw decreases along with the county of san francisco city 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're most worried about the 1 million plus people who are at risk of becoming >> 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. >> 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 people who are still on the streets. taking a closer look now the south bay has the largest population of people who do not have a home while force. justin campbell, talk to santa clara county officials about the investment is made. >> to help those most vulnerable 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 sunny, though, for example. >> moving 31 individuals from the 10th 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 waiver fund 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. you know, working a minimum wage jobs working in that in our
tech sector reporting in san jose, justin campbell kron, 4 news. >> solano county plans to release its report this summer. and san mateo county is scheduled to release its homeless numbers on friday for more information on this year's homeless count, you can go to kron 4 dot com. >> an east bay city could see its biggest jump in rent this summer. the city of oakland says said landlords of rent-controlled properties can actually raise the rent by 6.7% in july because of inflation. but one council member is trying to stop that from happening through a proposed new city measure now for state of the second explains. >> to tennis 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 increase of 6.7% over last year. in fact, many tenants loss to 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
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. >> time now for our 4 zone forecast. as we give you nice look at the golden gate bridge on this monday night. our chief meteorologist lawrence karnow standing by with warmer temperatures ahead. but hopefully the winds will die down. we don't want that combination. yeah. it is been whipping around parts of bay area to, you know, still the golden gate bridge. clear of fog right now. and that's because, well, see the cold front come through today and then up to mix out that marine layer. and so that's where we set today. temperatures running a little bit below the average in the san francisco. 59 degrees. 65 in oakland today. 71 degrees in san jose.
70 in livermore, 76 and warm in concord and above normal in santa rosa at 79 degrees. but yeah, that cold front moving through and that helped the mix out the marine, larry, see the clouds kind of just system comes by. and now we are left with all he winds. it was very gusty around the bay area this afternoon. in fact, it's still very breezy in some parts of the bay area. we have some winds of 30 and 40 miles per hour. even in the downtown san francisco. now you're just upwards of 20 miles an hour. so still breezy out there. but the winds start to back off a little bit overnight tonight. i think a little more of a northerly component just above the surface overnight tonight. that could be enough to keep those clouds least patchy overnight tonight. and then as we head through the day tomorrow, i think see a lot of sunshine even at the coast. temperatures outside right now mainly in the 50's around the bay area. and that is looking good. as we head overnight tonight, the model showing the clouds trying to mix out a bit. we may just see a patch early on tomorrow morning. not going to a show. your commute looking good. mostly clear skies. then watch what happens
as we head throughout the day out looking great. even along the coastline where there's a lot of fog out toward the beaches early on today. tomorrow, lots of sunshine coming your way. it looks like some warmer temperatures are going to be moving in our direction to. in fact, some of these numbers, i think maybe getting close to 90 degrees. i think as we head in the next few days will trying time that out for you. if you're 10, 10 coming up in a few minutes. all right. thank you, lawrence. new developments in the case of the missing oakland oakley woman. alexis gabe, a reward for information on her whereabouts is now up to $60,000. >> the city of oakley announced on social media that an anonymous donor gave $50,000 to the reward fund to try to find 24 year-old gabe. she was first reported missing on january. 26th after visiting her ex-boyfriend's home in antioch. police searched at home last week. and on friday, investigators announce that they found games cell phone case in oakley, the oakland police officers association says it's concerned about the dangerous
state of affairs of the cities. 9-1-1, response according to the association because of inadequate staffing. the police department regularly has no one to respond to calls for help. that's a chilling statement found four's amanda hari talk to the president of the association and council member about the grim reality of this current situation. >> 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 into a tree 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 the 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 calls, 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. >> it has been a month since a florida judge voided the national requirement to wear a mask on planes and other public transit. by now, a lot of people have gotten pretty comfortable was not wearing their mask. well, now there's a new push to reinstate the mask mandate on transit. >> plus, a chance of a lifetime. how a bay area teenager got to play drums with pearl jam during the group's concerts stop in oakland and east bay city is getting tougher on sideshows after activities over the weekend. put a police officer in danger.
>> city leaders, an anti getting tougher on sideshows. the city already has a 0 tolerance policy for the illegal and dangerous sideshows. but now the city council will consider punishing spectators with 6 months in jail and $1000 fine. this proposal comes after back-to-back sideshows happened over the weekend. the first one happened about 10 o'clock saturday night at the intersection of lone tree way
and blue route drive. that was followed by a second sideshow at the intersection of a street at 18th street. at one point, the crowd turned violent toward officers assaulting one of them and then vandalizing a patrol vehicle. >> we're investigating with great effort. dana, 5, those who were there. and the specific role in activity. all individuals identified will be met with the extent of the law. >> according to at yet, mayor lamar thorpe's facebook page. there were 2 arrests and several citations issued during saturday night's sideshow enforcement. >> coming up next on kron, 4 news at 10. get ready for some major road work on interstate 80 details on a 3 year project seem to get you to your destination faster. plus how you can get free at-home covid tests for your family. and we're going to hear about an effort by local officials to bring back mask mandates.
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the last months. in response, oakland's vice mayor wants mask mandates back. >> rebecca kaplan and council member dan call wrote a letter to bay area county health officers and a california public health leaders urging them to reinstate masking requirements in indoor, crowded public areas, such as on public transportation. she joined us earlier on kron 4 news at 8 for a live interview to talk about why. >> people's health is at serious risk from covid from long covid and the continued spread of these new variants, which are even more transmissible. and so we have to be willing to acknowledge this inconvenient truth. the covid is not over and we need to protect both our own health and that of those around us. >> kaplan also says she plans to propose to the city council tomorrow hand out free masks at city facilities. >> food and drug administration has approved the first non-prescription covid tests and also the tax.
the flu. the test allows users to swab the inside of the nose and send the sample to the test manufacturer labcorp for says the test can also detect respiratory sink atl virus more commonly called rsv. the fda says those who test positive for any of the viruses will be contacted by health care experts. and you can now order a 3rd round of free covid tests from the federal government. the program initially open in january allowing each household to request one order of 4 free covid test to be delivered through the postal service. but this time each order will include 8 rapid antigen covid test coming into separate packages for each. >> in the south bay, san jose police are investigating a double shooting near san jose state university. it ended with one person dead. police say a man and woman were shot about 3 o'clock this morning near the intersection of san salvador and 10th street. the man died at the scene. the
woman was taken to a local hospital in stable condition at this time. no information on a possible suspect or whether the victims knew one. another. the shooting marks the city's 10th homicide of the year. former m and a star cain velasquez remains in jail tonight after a santa clara county judge denied his bail for the second time. alaska's has been in custody since february. he's accused of attempting to shoot and kill a man who allegedly molested velazquez's 4 year-old relative at a day care. san jose police said the velasquez drove 100 miles an hour as he chase and shot at perry go on february. the 28th alaska's is now facing attempted murder and gun charges. he could face more than 20 years in prison if he is convicted. meanwhile, galore today was released on bail on february. 25th. >> san francisco's laguna honda hospital is facing an unsettling future after state and federal authorities pull the plug on funding today. san
francisco mayor london breed tweeted that the city is behind keeping the hospital open and that laguna honda plays an important role in san francisco specially while the city is battling covid-19 a month ago, the centers for medicare and medicaid services or cms announced it was ending funding due to infractions. they found the hospitals put on a 6 months notice back in october for failing to stop contraband such as drugs coming onto the campus. yet state surveyors recently documented additional issues having to do is hand hygiene documentation, infection, prevention, and control, including an instance of a staff member not properly storing a face shield, lack of ppe signage on the unit and 2 missed doses of medication. >> california manufacturers want the state to stop taxes on new equipment. they say these texas are hurting the industry. the call comes as companies try to modernize production and make it more efficient as supply chain
issues continue to affect the nation and the world kron four's capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala has the story. >> 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 and then 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 the equipment off the table for small and medium sized manufacturers. >> 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 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 the 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. >> a los angeles judge has ruled that california's landmark a law requiring women on corporate boards is unconstitutional. a law requires boards to have up to 3 female directors by this year. but the judge says that violates the right to equal treatment. it is a victory for the conservative legal group called judicial watch. it had challenged the law claiming that it was illegal to use taxpayer money to enforce a law that violates the equal protection clause of the california constitution by
mandating a gender-based quote, >> the food drug administration is expected to announce shortly that it is allowing the imports of foreign-made baby formula to try to address the shortage here in the u.s. officials say the imported formula could boost domestic supplies back to normal within a few weeks. earlier today, abbott, one of the nation's marches, formula makers said it agreed to a consent decree with the fda to restart its michigan plant within 2 weeks, that plant was shut down because of concerns over contamination. the fda is also investigating why it took the agency 3 months to send inspectors to the abbott plant after a whistleblower report detailed safety lapses. >> take a look at this. this is time lapse video showing the massive smoke clouds wafting from a new mexico wildfire. look at that. the hermits peak and calf canyon wildfire started back in april. it has so far burned nearly 300,000 acres there becoming the largest fire in
new mexico's history. it is 27% contained at this point. evacuation orders are still in place for sections of the state. meanwhile, the risk of wildfires damaging homes here in california is expected to increase significantly over the next 30 years. >> likely because of global warming, according to newly released data compiled by the first street foundation, much of california and florida face a one to 6% annual likelihood of wildfire. that likelihood skyrockets to between 26 and 86% in 30 years. other areas of the country are also are experiencing an increased risk of wildfire danger. this study is the first comprehensive look at the wildfire risk facing every property in the u.s.. none of the 4 zone forecast as we give you a live look overlooking downtown san francisco. >> and our chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is standing by with what's ahead for the rest of this week. we're looking at
some warmer weather coming our way. as high pressure really starts to take over those temperatures. going to be warming up. >> outside up in the 90's in some spots inland, i think and some of the interior valleys, those temperatures are going to soar. bill, watch what happens here. long-range forecast model. you know, we stuck in tin you to see some of these storm systems roll over the top of that ridge state. we have one move by. it was just enough to mix out the marine. they're really kick up the winds today. tomorrow looks like a nice day as high pressure takes over. you see the clearing across much of california here bringing in lots of sunshine and then we'll start to break down a little bit in the middle of the week. but then as we get into friday, that system passes by high pressure builds in again. get ready for another warm up as we head into weekend to, in fact, back in the 80's and 90's again in some of the valley's, i think on a saturday and then start to cool down a little bit on sunday with a few more clouds coming our way. then another weak system comes through next week. so we've got some changes coming our way. this frontal system going to drop by overnight tonight and move
on out. and then as it does, high pressure starts to build in. we see more of that northerly wind start kicking. you see it there, the arrows and that will be more that northerly wind that's going bring in a nice sunshine and the warmer temperatures around the bay area. in fact, around the state, these numbers running in the 90's already by the central valley tomorrow afternoon along the coastline, cooler numbers into the 60's. still a bit of a sea breeze kicking in toward tomorrow afternoon number generally in the 60's, as you make your way in the san francisco down the coastline, 50's for the most part and then inside the bay, the temperatures go to start to warm up. in fact, looking good as you head in the south bay tomorrow afternoon. those numbers running up well into the 70's, almost 80 degrees number going to see some 80's. i think well inland. so the next few days, those temperatures really going to be a little bit host, especially inland 80's, maybe some 90's on wednesday cooling down with another cold front coming through. probably some winds kicking up to on thursday and then warm right back up again this next week. and i'm glad i could wonder. finally back back over here with us. thank you very this >> express lanes are coming
interstate 80 between fairfield and vacaville where crews broke ground on the 243 million dollar project today. >> the project will add to 18 mile express lanes one eastbound westbound between red top road in fairfield and leisure town. road in vacaville. plus, 8 miles of carpool lanes will be converted to express lanes between red top road and air base parkway in fairfield. caltrans says it will build the remaining 10 miles from air base park where parkway to leisure town road work is expected to take 3 years. >> a new music festival is coming to san francisco is named after one of the city's neighborhoods portela. it will be held at pier 80 the last weekend of september. the festival is presented by goldenvoice which also coachella some of the big acts in the lineup included in charli xcx of fat boy, slim. presale tickets go on sale this friday, starting at $200.
you must be at least 21 years old. 2 at 10:00am talking about music. what happens when the drummer for your a huge rock and roll band? >> suddenly test positive for covid right before a big show. that is exactly what happened to the band pearl jam. but how a bay area teenager came to the rescue. also ahead in sports, the warriors back on the practice court today, getting ready for game one of the western conference finals this week. our sports director jason dumas has reaction from the team on their press. coming up.
>> and now kron 4 sports brought to you by xfinity. >> 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 beginning their preparations for the dallas mavericks. the warriors. they lost 3 of 4 games to the maps during the regular season. but you can throw that record right out the window. the playoff era, different beast. as we're not even expected to get here. but now that they've arrived, steve kerr, he is ready and he knows the game plans will have to be air tight. >> i think this series more than the first 2 series for us. we're going to have to 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, said to get back to the finals. so maybe that's just me in terms of not trying to be claim. no got to. but it is just, you know, as hungry as they are to get into. >> the giants were looking to rebound from one of their most embarrassing losses in recent memory. the st. louis cardinals beat the giants on sunday 15 to 6. yeah, the but hey, it's a new day in a brand new series they were in colorado taking on the rockies giant having a decent years. always a weird game up denver. you know.
>> the air, the mile high. you know, it's crazy stuff happens at the top of the 5th. curt casali, the air like that one three-run blast one deep to left a second home run of the game. giants take a 4, one lead u.s. ally of 3 homers on the bottom of the 6th, the rockies cut it to one one swing of the bat. that's ryan mcmahon. is it? solo shot? ties it at 4. top of the 9th now still tied at 6. mike yastrzemski. nice smashed in. bash. that one day land in any time soon. second deck home run. his 3rd home run of the season. just like this. ali guys take the lead. bottom of the 9th, camilla of all, take us home rather. lights out to first. gets the save. the
knights win. 76 game 2 of the series on tuesday. the ball, the a's. they hosted the twins for a 3 game series. >> top of the 6, minnesota up by a run. gary sanchez drives one to center. no doubt about that. one. and a tough year at the coliseum on the field off the field. we know all the storylines surrounding to a none of are that great. hopefully things get better before they get worse. a fall 3 to one. >> they're right back at it tomorrow. all righty. that is you look at sports. we'll be right back after a quick booking most cruises can be complicated. but this isn't most cruises. this is celebrity cruises. and we think cruising shouldn't be confusing. so, on our award winning vacations drinks, wi-fi and tips are always included.
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season. a new state park is coming to california. 2100 acre piece of land once home to dairy pastures in. >> almond orchards will soon be called dos rios ranch state park. it will be located in modesto. governor gavin newsom announced he will allocate 15 million dollars toward the project from the state's revised budget. this new park gives california total of 280 state parks. that's more than any other state. this park is expected to open up starting sometime next year. a special honor today for some of the nation's finest. president biden awarded the medal of valor to 15 public safety officers. 9 police officers, including 3 california highway patrol officers and 6 firefighters were all honored at a ceremony at the white house. president praised her actions in 8 different dangerous situations between 2019 2021. the medal of valor is the highest honor president can be stow on a 2ublic safety
officer. >> a bay area teenager at the time of his life after taking the stage with the iconic rock band, pearl jail, the drummer was out with covid just as they were set to perform in oakland and as kron four's terisa stasio tells us what happened. next was something straight out of hollywood. >> and in the middle of class, i got a text from olivia. >> telling me to center the recording of me playing approach him 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 gym after its drama was out with covid and look where the advice leaving. 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 restarted 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 iraq 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 is 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. >> that's awesome. that's awesome. that's what young people say when they get a chance to work meteorologist rt, right? the same nice weather coming our way next. couple days. we're going to be a little taste of summer. i think as we're going to see high pressure building in skies, clearing out toward the golden gate bridge. >> out there tonight, going to wake up sunny side up for tomorrow. temperatures around the bay area very similar right now in the 50's clear skies all the way inland. now we've had a weak cold front
moved through the state today. it was just enough to bring a few high clouds as the sun was setting and really kick up the winds. but otherwise, those winds start to back off a little bit now and overnight tonight, they'll begin to subside somewhat more. but tomorrow afternoon, again to expect that sea breeze to kick back in just not as strong as it was today. all right. high pressure is going to start to build in as that front dive to the south. and as that ridge builds in, we're going to see more of a northerly component. the wind and that will generally clear out your skies, low clouds and the fog tonight, temperatures not all that bad. we're going to see mister 40's 50's for overnight lows and then tomorrow. but that fog and low cloud cover is going to begin to break up with a more of a northerly wind. so tomorrow morning, other than a patch or 2 of fog early on, we'll start to clear out your skies number. looks like soft. the temperatures are often racing, especially inland by tomorrow afternoon. these numbers going to soar as you make a way to san francisco. still bit on the cool side coast side as you make when the sun set, probably 60 degrees. 59 degrees in daly city. 63 in half moon bay. get inside the day. those temperatures going to warm up sunny all day long
and nice warm temperatures in the santa clara valley is high. 77 in san jose, 78 campbell. 77 in santa clara, the east bay up in the 80's. well inland tomorrow, maybe some mid 80's in the walnut creek and concord, about 70 degrees in orinda. 77 in richmond about 80 degrees in play about 82 in the napa valley. looking good there. but back along the coastline, cooler numbers again, that sea breeze picking up toward the afternoon. these numbers going for being with us tonight. >> have a good night. we'll see them on tv.
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