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get more out of and you're going to need >> get up and get going because we got a lot of things happening today. most notably we've got the giants playing tonight and the warriors playing tonight, roughly around the same time. so the city is going to be jam. you may want to run towards or away depending on what urged an early don't get and let's see what the weather is going to be like that for that high. john is definitely going to be nice weather. if you are going inside like you would for the warriors game, you don't worry about it so much. but if you are heading out there this weekend. >> it's going to be perfect today, especially considering the 90's where we once were look at this sunrise, the bay bridge, nice, gentle breeze there at the embarcadero. great morning for a jog. now that we've got some brightness out there with your at the coast or further inland, we're all looking really nice this morning. 40's and 50's for most of our current temperatures. a few areas like brett would hello to the 60's during all of our evening hours. yesterday, though, brentwood in pittsburgh, you
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are in the 70's at this time. so you can already see that slight cool down that we're in the midst of this morning. that's going to carry us through this afternoon. high temperatures only in the low 80's that are warmest. we are still under red flag warnings for solano county, though. you can pretty easily see why it's breezy up there. fairfield vacaville still going to be looking at 40 miles per hour. wind gusts today. so there's your catch for your friday will be breaking down your full weekend forecast. still to come, letting you know what days will be the nicest to get out there rain. tom, thank you for that. all right. if you're traveling along 5, 18, 80 15 minutes for your drive this morning. traffic has been pretty light. >> we've got a few issues here and there and they quickly resolve themselves. 10 minute drive to make it from the maze. 2 that fremont street exit traveling across the bay bridge. now the san mateo bridge a 80 to one o one. 12 minutes for you as you make your way across towards the peninsula out of richmond tolls to one '01, 7 minutes for your friday morning. drive and in the south, a little one-on-one. 85 to menlo park. 28 minutes to 80 82 to 37 all
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moving nicely. darya. james, back to you. thanks a lot. right so the breaking news from overnight that we're following. we have 2 men dying in san francisco after police shooting are still sorting out what happened in this shooting. the police were responding to an aggravated assault call kron 4 sarah stinson. >> is following this live. so what do we know that happened at this point, well, we know san francisco police, as you said, they responded to an aggravated assault and it ended with 2 men believed to be suspects. >> dying police, of course, they're still trying to figure out what unfolded their investigation. very much lpactive right now. let's take look at video from the scene. the officer involved shooting happened at 7.48 last night. police say they were responding to an aggravated assault happening near mariposa and own streets. and that's right off of 2.81, block from ucsf benioff children's hospital. both men shot were actually both men injured. we don't know exactly how they killed, but they were treated for their injuries on
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scene. one died there and the other died being taken to the hospital. police have not given us much details about this, but saying that during contact with the 2 men in officer-involved shooting occurred, the latest release from the police department did not specify if both suspects were shot by police officers. how many police officers, you know, shot at anyone? and there's so many details we need to know the shooting is being investigated by the city's district attorneys office. several divisions of the police department and chief medical examiner this morning. we're working right here from the kron 4 news room to get you the very latest on what exactly happened. so stay tuned. you'll know right from here and we'll put it on our website. kron 4 dot com darya. james, back to you. thank you for the update. sarah. >> more breaking news from overnight now. police in oakland are investigating a possible homicide there, too. kron four's camila barco is following that this morning. camilla, what can you tell us? >> well, we're still waiting to hear from oakland police about what they found in their
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investigation. they are investigating a possible homicide. witnesses say that a possible shooting happened before one this morning. witnesses say oakley police responded to a residential area on cypress road. you can see it here. plenty of officers as well as a contra costa county sheriff's office at the scene. officers blocked off a home with crime tape, which is located near west cypress road and bayview drive. now we're not showing this, but from this scene shows a body found in the driveway of this home. officers were seen coming in and out of this house as they searched for any clue. and right now there's no details on who the victim is or if that person lived at this home. now we've reached out to oakland police department for more information and darya. james, once we know more, we will update you on air and online. but for now, back to you. all right. thanks a lot. >> 6 '04 is the time customers
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and employees of a restaurant in oakland are mourning the death of their owner. june was the co-owner of lucky 3, 7, filipino restaurant and he was shot and killed near his restaurant wednesday night in oakland, the restaurant will remain closed indefinitely while his staff and community surrounding it mourn his loss. his customers are remembering him as a man who left an imprint on the community. >> community, he's about putting people together. he's ease about hope plan oakland back together again and to see take from somebody tests positive. they are taking away a positive that's helping the neighbor why? that's hard for me to end >> well, polsce haven't released any information about how the shooting is, how it happened or a motive for really anything about the suspect. >> time now 6, 0, 5, an east bay. police are looking for people who went into home in elstree. don't tried to rob
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it, but they ended up taking off. let me tell you what happened was yesterday. no, not yesterday. sorry was wednesday. on king drive 3 people. they had guns broke into a house. the person inside the fought back and the robbers ended up taking off. they drove away and police chase them on interstate 80 near central avenue. so there were 3 people that the police were chasing. the driver got out made a run for police caught him. and then the 2 others took off into the neighborhood. one was found hiding. the other person, however, is still on the loose. at one point, el serino high school was put on lockdown because of the search. >> all right, 6, 0, 6 is the time. let's turn our attention now to what's happening tonight. anticipation is high excitement highs. the warriors will face off average for game 2 of the western conference finals and the worriers started out great. as you know, they killed alice, a blowout game. one was great. kron four's will tran live in san francisco. we're hoping for a repeat will. good morning. 25 point win in game
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one. i mean, they will take a one point win for game 2. they don't care. they want that commanding lead. >> okay. as promised at 5 o'clock, i'm in thrive. city which is basically a big plaza right in front of chase center on step out of the way. and they expect thousands of people to be here. it won't cost you anything. you'll have to go through metal detectors. don't bring any alcohol because they can't wait to charge you. i don't know $20 or some beer, but if you come down here, look at this. you can see charles barkley, shaquille o'neal, ernie johnson, kenny, this myth kenny, the jet smith de eade, he should be here as well. that's their stage. so you get to see them crack jokes with each other and then there's the jumbotron. if you we're out here, of course, in you can have fun without going inside, which will cost you. okay. i mean, we're not talking hundreds, right. we're talking k if you go inside, let's talk about game one. it was a blowout. i mean, the
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lead jumped faster than gas prices as the game kept going. one, 12 87. but it wasn't even that close because towards the end, coach kerr took all the starters out. the warriors led pretty much from beginning to end. steph curry had 21 andrew wiggins had 19 klay thompson had 15 great right? but more importantly, they kept the 23 year-old superstar luka doncic to just 20 points on 6 of 18 shooting. he only shot 16 points. excuse me, 16%. >> when somebody had a hand in his face so they made it very difficult for him. and the mavericks, the mavericks hope that comes back. we'll see how they play. i mean, to make adjustments. jason kidd, their coach is from oakland. so it's kind of hard for a lot of bay area fans because he was born and raised in oakland went to berkeley. but will root for him a different time, right? we're rooting aga nst jason kidd at this particular time. we've got a chance to talk to them money, green, draymond green. he said, you know what?
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we don't expect this series to be to physical back and forth. >> you think about all that stuff and we talk about that in our coaches meetings do they change their their lineup at all? and then they change combinations today, try to do certain things. we we try to pinpoint stuff. from our own team where, you know, we might be vulnerable. you know, if if if you are coaching against us, you know, what would you do? and we have that debate in. internally. and i think most teams to that. so. you can't predict it, but you try to be prepared for for different things that may come. >> i think it will get a lot more physical, but i don't think test your nasty because we're not a test your nasty team and they're not a test here. nasty team when they get more physical. of course. so comes 5, there's going to be physical. but i can foresee getting tested in that city. this is not the way these 2
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teams are built. memphis is a test. the teen or nasty team nestor you know what? they called dry grow house or dry something something like that's who they that's not who dallas's mask, not who we are. so i don't expected to get tested and nasty, but it will be physical. >> okay. you can head back out live right now. i want to show you so you this is what you'll be seeing. james, your tv is a little bit bigger than this one. but this is your vantage point. if you want to see the game there. so come on down the passes for metal detectors. i'm waiting for a court to be put up because they do have all the fun festivities will have music as well. and it's nice always told my friends, get me on the court. your travel trouble, you had a he's great. he's translate for you. dream on
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was talking about. yeah, ok? so basically was talking about both teams are more lovers than fighters. want to get nasty. the more lovers than they are and i wish my tv yeah, yeah, that you we'll take a break. 6.10, is the time. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. >> the senate, some good news. they passed a bill to help ease the strain of baby formula shortages were going explain how it's going to work. coming up in a live report. >> plus, cal fire is getting ready for the start of the wildfire season. we'll show you what they're doing. different with regard to their training, john and skies. nice and clear temperatures comfortable this morning this afternoon. definitely more comfortable than they have been highs at their coolest only in the low 80's at our warmest. >> your forecast ahead. >> it's friday and we're off to a good start. but we do have a traffic hazard on the bay bridge will get a look at those updated drive times. once we get back from break.
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>> 6.14, right now and a fire weather watch is in effect through this weekend for santa clara county. and because of this, we went to cal fire training facility to see how they're preparing. kron four's. justin campbell has more. >> this week firefighters have been training for fire season.
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these 2 are practicing a hose lay where they land connect hoses for sometimes for miles to reach a remote fire. another practicing putting on his self-contained breathing apparatus within 2 minutes. one, 32. friday on these firefighters will need to be ready to go. currently is going to staff for additional engines tomorrow. >> because right now we are in a red flag warning that's supposed to last another a few days. >> battalion chief carlos out into our with cal fire says this year alone, there have already been over 1700 fires in california. burning 7500 acres? the temperatures, climate change. >> and, you know, i mean, we're in a drought and we've been in a drought for years and unfortunately doesn't look like we're going to get significant rain to make a difference. he says in santa clara, the fire calls have already started coming in over the last few days out into our says many are brush fires caused by humans fire start by
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people moment. >> during mid-afternoon, like now, as you can tell by these winds, one spark is going to take off of unity. it's off to the races. he's asking you to cut your grass in the morning and create defensible spaces around your home. if you have any trees close to your roof line or anything like that. >> up. we also asked you clean your eve and that once again, that gives a fighting chance for us to send the firefighters in there and protect your home. how can tar says they do need more firefighters, but the ones they have are properly trained and ready for what's to come. reporting in morgan hill, justin campbell kron. 4 news. >> all right. let's talk about the heat. not a firefighter's friend. not a lot, but what we're going to get a for the foreseeable future. yeah. so john, yesterday we're talking about a red flag warning going to affect the afternoon that expire. what's the latest with all that? so we're still with it. only intel early evening, though. so at least we do see an end time for insight. and
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after that winds will be coming down for the rest of the weekend, which is going to work in our favor as far as fire danger goes, but by no means will be out of the woods. this hot, dry forecast that continues. so from this point forward, we really got to continue to think about fire danger. >> little zoom in on the golden gate bridge there. it's just gorgeous outside this morning. and as you can see, we are clear not just at the coast, but all the way inland. really nice start cool. start to the day. so enjoy it. it is windy. still up in solano county. out to the central valley where we do have those red flag warnings in effect through 08:00pm today. high to fire danger will be this afternoon. that's when humidity will drop down as low as 5%. winds will be gusting as high as 40 miles per hour. and our daytime highs will still be in the 80's out there and solano county vacaville atlas, peak fairfield or windiest spots right now winds will remain throughout the course of the day today. calmer areas will be along the bay but still breezy at times. definitely a day to if you're getting out there, make sure
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that you're prepared for what will be some very windy, but comfortable conditions. good news for tomorrow is that winds are calming down a whole lot. so saturday and sunday, not near as windy as today is about to be still warm, though, with this high-pressure ridge in place that dry, sunny forecast is only going to continue through the weekend and into next week, too. looking ahead future cast is not a lot to look at. skies are crystal clear today will be the same into tomorrow. a bit of good news for the weekend. temperatures should not be in the 90's. we're going to stay down in the 80's at our warmest, which means that the hottest of weather that we saw earlier this week and will again see next week taking a bit of a break from those 90's 60's at the coast. mid 70's for mission in financial districts. beautiful day on the embarcadero 60's at the coastline down the peninsula and some 70's for most of our bayshore cities. areas like foster city and san carlos. right in that sweet spot of 75 76 degrees. going to be a beautiful, breezy one at times. taking a break from the 80's for both the south bay and the tri valley. as highs
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fall into the upper 70's in the spots, oakland and berkeley war. but 78 but not too terribly warm. walnut creek and concord hanging on to the low 80's and our warmest spots today. benicia pittsburgh, antioch, as well as fairfield and vacaville are also some of our windiest spots at 83 degrees. that's our highest fire danger in those areas. you're noticing temperatures a little cooler today by no means. does that cooldown mean that we're out of fire, danger territory? we're still windy. so we're still in this red flag warnings in solano county tomorrow and sunday. winds come down. temperatures will be around the same as today. overall this weekend is enjoyable on the warm side but not in the 90's will save those for next week with tuesday and wednesday, looking like the hottest in the forecast rain. john, thank you for that warm forecast. all right. traveling into the city, we do have a traffic hazard. >> light near the treasure island exit, 80 westbound so meter lights went on 18 minutes for your drive. no more friday light at the bay
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bridge. the golden gate bridge, though, however, just under 20 minutes to make it from 37 to the tolls. so no major delays there. that's good news. and the south bay traveling along one o one. we're moving at the limit. 28 minutes as you're traveling into menlo park. let's check on crockett down towards the maze. 5, 18, 80, just 16 minutes for you on your drive. also, 6.80, is moving at the limit as well and highway for just a slight delays are traveling past pittsburgh. their 17 minutes traveling from antioch into concord's to 42 darya. james, back to you. thanks. a lot of 6.20, and legislation to protect low-income families from the problem of this nationwide baby formula shortage is on the way the president has this on his desk for signature good news. the senate was able to pass those bills unanimously. >> as nearly half of the nation's product remains out of stock is a big issue. big problem. jessi turnure joining us live from dc with the latest on these developments. good morning. jessi.
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>> good morning to you as well. james and lawmakers are really calling this a rare showing of bipartisan support. the proves just how dire this situation is. for many americans. >> this is a horror for families. senators say a nightmare scenario of a nationwide baby formula shortage prompted them to act quickly in a bipartisan way. this truly is a record amount of time the senate unanimously passed a bill thursday that will help low-income families buy more formula by loosening the restrictions on the brand's and amounts qualify for the wic program. there's something else available. >> you can you can get it that we're not going to put any barriers up. michigan democrat senator debbie stabenow stresses wic participants by about half the formula in the u.s.. but arkansas republican senator john boozman says this legislation will ultimately benefit every american family by ensuring formula manufacturers and regulators are always prepared to respond. >> to any shortages supply
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disruptions while the fate of a separate house bill to give the fda 28 million dollars in emergency funding remains uncertain. president biden announced he will invoke the defense production act for the shortage and use the defense department to fly back product from overseas. we've got our marching orders and will work through this. pentagon spokesperson john kirby says the department is still working to identify the pickup and drop-off locations. we all share the same sense of urgency. fda commissioner robert califf told lawmakers distribution is the biggest hurdle in alleviating the shortage. within days they will get better. >> but it will be a few weeks before work back to normal. >> cara says the abbott manufacturing plant that's been closed since february due to bacterial contamination. did it largely contribute to the shortage but is expected to restart production here in the next couple of weeks. so though it sounds like new products will not be able to hit store shelves until at least a month after that live in washington. i'm jessi
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tenure. all right. thanks a lot, jesse. >> 6.22. is the time. and in related news, the better business bureau says that there are scammers out there trying to exploit you in the middle of this baby formula shortage. some of them are using social media. others using targeted ads to get your attention and to try to get your money. experts warn you if you are going to buy any products online, use a credit card, something with fraud protection. then at least you have some recourse to try to get some of that money back. if you are scammed. >> time now 6.23. and coming up on the kron 4 morning news. it's been almost a year since the deadly mass shooting at the vta rail. our yard. >> we're going to explain how the transit agency is going to honor the victims. this memorial day, lowe's is home to prices to start your summer up... so you can mix things up.
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>> 6.26 and tesla ceo elon musk is trying to shut down some scathing accusations against him. the business insider reported yesterday a spacex flight attendant claimed that musk exposed himself to her and propositioned her for and 2016 and that spacex reportedly then paid her $250,000 to settle the claim in 2018. well, just a short time ago lost sent out this tweet. as you can see, it says the attacks against we should be viewed through a political lens. this is their standard despicable playbook, but nothing will deter me from fighting for a good future and your right to free speech.
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>> well, the valero oil refinery in benicia is being cited now for violations that led to the death of a worker at that plant last november. cal osha announced the citations yesterday. 35 year-old luis gutierrez died after losing consciousness due to an are gone leak at that refinery. the letter was cited 4 times for either knowingly violating the law. we're not taking responsible steps to address a known hazard. the violations are categorized as both willful and serious cal osha's also citing 3 contractors for violations related to the death. the proposed fines total 1.7 million dollars. the leros portion of those fines comes to just over $500,000. >> we'll take a break at 6.27. coming up on the kron. 4 morning news. several bills on different topics are moving through the california legislature will have an overview of them coming up in a minute.
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>> 6.30, it's going to be hot for the foreseeable future, foreseeable meaning, you know what, 7 day time day forecast, far out as extended forecast goes. yeah, no change inside. john, stand by. fact is going to get warmer. come next week has not yet. next week. the heat's back with us. the 90's are back with us. we don't quite leave the heat this weekend. we just take a little step down from it. really nice and bright. look at this building is lit up in san francisco. if you look close, you can see the moon no longer a full moon. >> they're in the horizon. skies will stay clear all day long. and we've got a really nice day at the coast. that is
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if you don't mind the windy conditions. winds at the coast around 30 miles per hour. bayside areas will be our calmest in the 70's better options for getting out there, windiest areas and our hottest areas will be areas like solano county in the north bay mountains, where winds will again be a problem today. areas like fairfield looking at 30 to 40 miles per hour gusts. you've got a red flag warning in solano county till 08:00pm today that winds impact on our fire danger will be breaking down the full weekend forecast still to come. so stay with us for that reyna. john, thank you for that whole right. we had a traffic hazard right near that treasure island exit on the bay bridge. >> they got that off the bridge. still residual delays and the meter lights are on 17 minutes to make it from the maze. 2 that fremont street exit this morning, san mateo bridge, no issues for us here at 13 minute drive as you're heading from 80 across towards one o one and the south bay, we go no issues at the limit along one. 0, one. the 29 minutes. if you're traveling down from 85 in to menlo park
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highway for slight delay, 90 minutes, antioch, into conference to 42. let's go ahead and check on the richmond. sandra fell bridge yesterday. we had some issues over here. major hot spot. no delays this morning at 9 minutes. darya. james, back to you. thanks a lot, ryan. 6, 31 and in the south bay thursday of next week is going to mark one year since that mass shooting at the vta railyard is back on may. 26th of last year worker opened fire inside of a building killing 9 people. >> we spoke to about how employees are doing and what they're doing to honor the victims with kron four's amanda hari with a closer look at that. >> i think emotions and memories are still extremely and still very fresh. it was on may. 26 to 2021 when these 9 people and a mass shooting at the vta - rail yard. but stacey hendler ross, but the santa clara valley transportation
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authority tells me for many employees, it feels like it just happened. what i hear a lot around the agency is people saying i can't believe it's been a year already. and the ross as vta leaders are trying to be sensitive to what employees may need. >> including continuing to offer counseling and she's noticed that community members are also supporting one another. what's going on with each other and how are you feeling today? and what can i do to help you and lift you up just in the past few days, crews finished demolishing the building where the shooting happened and had been vacant since the end of the investigation. it was very difficult to go back into that building for any reason. and the ross is the completed. demolition is another step towards healing for the vta community. she says there's a plan to rebuild, but it hasn't been finalized yet. as for marking one year since the shooting hendler ross as vta leaders talked with the employees and decide on a candlelight vigil. it's scheduled for 6.30, in the morning at the guadalupe rail
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yard. that's about the time first responders received calls about the shooting last year. employees expressed a desire to >> observed the first anniversary of this incident in a private way where they could support each other without being in a fish bowl. so to speak. family and employees will be invited to attend in person. >> everyone else will be able to view it as a live stream. amanda hari kron, 4 news. >> 6.34 and the battle is brewing in the nation's capital over what's going to happen if the supreme court does indeed overturn roe v wade, as the leaked opinion says democrats and republicans when control of the senate in the midterms this november, they could try to eliminate the filibuster to pass a national abortion ban. >> choice facing america is simple. elect more magma republicans want force pregnancies and champion bans
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without exception. we're like pro-choice democrats who will protect women's rights. >> republican senator shelley moore meantime says that she is not particularly interested in getting rid of the filibuster. >> i'm not in favor of eliminating the filibuster. the leader mcconnell, if the ballots were to change has said repeatedly he isn't interested taking down the filibuster. >> democrats say the party that wins control of the senate could have the ability to ban or protect abortion rights nationwide. >> well, the leader of an anti-abortion group is facing felony charges now in connection with an attack on a san francisco abortion clinic. we spoke with a member of that kron four's gayle ong has the story. >> we will not tolerate this kind of behavior will not tolerate in san francisco and we will stand up against efforts to criminalize reproductive choices. san francisco district attorney chesa boudin announcing charges thursday against a group of anti-abortion
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activist. >> the da's office released this photo of a defaced and damage bronze statue of the madonna and child at san francisco general hospital covered with fake blood in stickers with a doctor's name on it. the da says one of the activists, aaron jonathan hurley of los angeles is now facing felony and misdemeanor charges that include trespassing, stalking and vandalism be will protect medical providers. we will protect the rights of patients to seek. >> medical services that have to do with their reproductive health. >> but kristin turner, the executive director of pro life, san francisco is calling the charges against hurley overblown. she says that she and others visited the clinic to do good. we went to zuckerberg, general hospital 2 months ago. >> to provide resources to community members who are often at lee underserved. we know that the majority of abortions happen because of financial reasons. so we want day to get roses to people considering abortion and connect them with financial resources. >> turner says the interaction at the clinic was recorded, but the video was not
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published and the faces of the patients were blurred. turner says she was cited and released after visiting the clinic. we went down to the san francisco hall of justice to to support our friend agent early. >> so we believe is unfairly targeted because of the content of his speech and not his actual be acre. >> which falls under his first amendment rights. it's really important that our community continues a long rich history of direct action and the bay area and aj was only doing that. >> well, as long reported, the da's office says that an arrest warrant is outstanding for a one of the other participants involved in the case. >> a coalition all workers and san jose state university students is upset with parking fees at the westfield valley fair mall and santa clara. the fees were instituted earlier this year. the mall allows for 2 hours of free parking charging a dollar an hour after that and up to a maximum of $10 a day workers can pay
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$40 for a monthly pass. the students and the workers were out protesting yesterday. they want them all to end that new parking policy and provide all workers with free parking. they say many of the most workers make minimum wage and they are struggling to make ends meet. >> we're not done fighting for this issue. there's you know, the signs behind me. it's it's definitely. inconvenience for not only the employees, but the shoppers, small business owners as well. >> we reached out to the mall for a comment on the parking policy, but we have not had a response yet. senator dianne feinstein introduced a bill that would raise the national age requirement to buy an assault weapon from 18 as it is now to 21. california had a 21 year old age limit on gun sales until it was ruled unconstitutional by a judge last week. federal law requires people to be at least 21 to buy a handgun. but the legal age to buy an assault
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weapon like those used in the buffalo shooting. that is still 18. >> california lawmakers made decisions on whether to move forward with hundreds of bills which deal with everything from abortion to gun violence. it's called suspense day. that's when bills that could have a significant financial impact are either killed or passed quickly. we have actually fallen out to explain. >> suspense, stay at the state capitol did not get off to a smooth start after a power outage. delay business for lawmakers thursday. welcome you today's historic first and hopefully only session in the swing space. the swing space is a separate new legislative office building come to order by early afternoon, the assembly and senate appropriations committees begin combing through hundreds of bills on the suspense file. the suspense file is reserved for bills that could cost the state more than $50,000 from the general fund and $150,000 from special funds. it puts bills on a metaphorical chopping block to pass is among those that survived wednesday. a package of bills
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aiming to reduce gun violence in california. that includes 2 measures allowing private citizens to sue gun makers and sellers. >> plus, restrictions on ghost guns and firearm advertising to children. the approval coming after lawmakers, a joint session in memory of shooting victims from across the country this week. >> i'm sick and cart being sick and tired. lawmakers also moved forward with a set of bills that attempt to ramp up abortion access and protections, including one that would establish a fund to help low-income and out of state women get abortions. i they also approved a set of bills providing tax relief to the cannabis industry. >> which has warned of the potential collapse because of high taxes and regulations. another survivor governor gavin newsom's care court proposal. the bill aims to get the severely mentally ill off the streets and into treatment, which in some cases could be forced close out. meanwhile, lawmakers ok bills to pull some investments from state retirement systems. one bill requires that that's meant from fossil fuel companies by 2030, another requiring the same. plus, a ban on state contracts with
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companies linked to russia and belarus. now these bills head to the senate and assembly floors where they face a key deadline to pass by next friday. >> at the state capitol, ashley zavala kron. 4 news. >> 6 40's the time lawmakers on capitol hill say that there is a need for an active shooter alert system nationwide. lawmakers on both sides say they want to create a system that works like an amber alert. the bill would also appoint an active shooter alert coordinator from the department of justice to develop best practices for a system like this. >> it's really easy to send the signal within a certain amount of space to say watch out, take cover, get innocent people out of the area so they can protect him. the rest of us. >> yeah. democratic congressman david since lee and expects the bill to receive heavy support from both parties and potentially pass in june. so we'll see. >> they are giants go, go.
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it's one of the best places to be on game day. coming up, we're going to take a look at original joe's. >> and it is going to be our coolest day of the forecast, but still a warm one refining into the low 80's inland. sounds better than those upper 90's. we had just a few days ago. more details in your forecast. >> and far from friday, light traffic continues to build out there. we are keeping a close eye on your drive for you. we'll have a look at that. once we get back from break.
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>> 6.44 is the time. if you're tired of watching your favorite sports team from your couch. well, we have a place you might want to check out. proffers vicki liviakis takes us there in this morning's dine and dish. >> original joe's jays to the locals lives up to its name. original authentic north beach in on game day in the restaurant bar. it's game this is really good. we're here with some friends he a favor to regulars. original jones goes all out. bartenders and waitstaff flash. keep colors. the niners or the giants or for golden state warriors, you can count on jay-z to give it to whether that doc, crying
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beer and there's comfort food provided by chef a fresh fish, chicken marsala or stay off the grill. you might enjoyed in the dining rooms, red booth or if you just can't tear yourself away from all the action you can cheer on the team in close proximity that any number of big screen tv's. all in the company of your fellow sporting its and you don't have food like that on your couch, unfortunately, no, but i have no line at the bathroom. so that flood this is is plus or minus is all are all right that we look at weather. yeah. same thing on i guess if you have a scene you want to be in. but tonight, i mean, this going to be as will be as hot as last yes, pretty warm. tonight's definitely cooler night. so we'll be getting some good sleep on friday night and probably sleeping in tomorrow morning, too. >> just on cruise ship passed there under the golden gate bridge. you can see a little
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bit of the wake behind it. definitely a nice morning out that the coastline all the way inland. we do have a catch to today and probably already guessed it. one of the reasons we have the red flag warnings. it is still going to be windy out there, especially for inlrnd areas. >> red flag warning remains till 08:00pm for the central valley. and that includes solano county where we're going to have our windiest conditions here in the bay gusts as high as 40 miles per hour. humidity as low as 5%. very bone dry conditions. vacaville fairfield, atlas, peak even danville, checking in with some of our very windiest of conditions, a little calmer along the bay. now, here's the good news. tomorrow. we calm winds down a whole lot. tomorrow is going to be a much calmer day in temperatures, albeit still warm are definitely not as warm as they were earlier this week. we'll see high pressure building back in even further next week. that's going allow temperatures to climb back into the 90's by tuesday. so enjoy this break from the 90's. it still shorts, t-shirts, kind of stuff. definitely sunscreen and hydration as you do venture
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outside. but first and foremost, do consider fire danger, especially today, but also through saturday and sunday, conditions will remain dry and warm all the way through. so we're officially back into that time of year. now, 60's at the coast, 70's and mid 70's right along the embarcadero. beautiful weather for bayshore cities and some of our calmest winds right along the bay too. burlingame and i-seventy to san carlos. really nice at 76 temperatures in the south bay taking a break from the 80's. as you also will in the tri valley livermore and pleasanton only at 79, oakland and berkeley. pretty similar to that at 78 80's. still from danville, up to concord, layover, to antioch, all the way up to vacaville, whatever warmer and windier spots at 83 degrees today. tomorrow's temperatures as well. sunday's remain in the 80's a little warmer than today, but a whole lot calmer. and that is key. as far as seeing these red flag warnings expiring monday, we start to warm things back up. that will set us up for some 90's again by tuesday and wednesday,
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john, thank you for that. hey, if you're taking 8.80, traveling from san leandro down to milpitas. >> around 28 minutes for your drive traffic slowly. but steadily building out there. 17 minutes traveling from the maze into the city to that fremont street exit. we had a traffic hazard along the bay bridge earlier. that has since been clear. 13 minutes as you're traveling from the tolls to one o one along the richmond, sandra fell bridge to traffic. it's starting to pick up there as well. highway for yeah. 21 minute drive traveling from antioch into concord's to 42. let's check out crockett down to the maze, traveling along and 80 about 18 minutes for you as you're driving this morning and in the south bay along one, 0, one, 85 park around 30 minutes story of james, back to you. thanks. a lot of 6.49, and people in east palo alto are making suggestions about what they'd like to see change in the city. >> this after a deadly shooting at jack farrell park on tuesday happened in broad
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daylight when families where they're kron four's. taylor bisacky has the story. >> it's disturbing video of a child running and screaming for on some a community members of east palo alto. for many, it revealed the true fear of dozens of children and parents. we're playing and jack farrell park tuesday evening when 2 pairs of people fired off. 33 shots killing one man and injuring 3 others. it must have been about 50 kids out there. all of a site in all of this transpired. it and i'm ducking and dodging at same time. i can't that because i'm looking for my baby. i kind of find life. and it was very so many children, 3 minute crying and running. that mom was at the park that day. >> during city council special meeting on thursday, she raised concerns about the safety and jack farrell park. >> other parents advocated for security cameras and more police patrols at the park. the loitering that triggered this, the cause this that was
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the foundation for all of this. we have to stop the loitering. i fully support cameras on the parking lot. the interim city manager says >> the city is currently looking into those options. this event really has led. >> us to look how we provide services that would protect the community. city leaders address the area's troubled past and all of the work they've put in over the last decade to make this a safe place. >> raiders football star davante adams who is from east palo alto, just visited this park a couple months ago to give back to the kids in his community. >> and tragically, his cousin, ralph fields, junior was the victim of this shooting. police say they have no new information on the suspects at this time. updates from yesterday to today. we have still up no new witnesses. >> we need our community to come forward and come together. it give us the information we need to bring justice for the fields family and i'm taylor bisacky reporting kron. 4 news >> an update now to a story that we brought you yesterday.
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the california highway patrol confirming 2 people were killed in a shooting along 5.80, in oakland. this happened right near seminary avenue. chp says 4 people were found inside of a black nissan sedan. 3 of them injured with gunshot wounds. all 4 were taken to the hospital. 2 died from their injuries. traffic was backed up for hours as police shut down the highway to investigate oakland city councilmember trevor reed says that one of the drivers in the in the accident is still where was on her way home from work. >> were seen in living and experiencing the impacts were driving home in the midst of it. so it affects us all and we have to do more to deliver the safety that we deserve in the city. >> councilmember reed is an advocate for adding more highway cameras just last week, governor newsom approved funding for new cameras that would be placed along several highways, including 5, 8, >> we'll take a break here at 6.52. we'll be right back.
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street and it's expected to open to the public come next year. the community chose the name to honor 19 th-century german immigrant john, a highland who helped establish the chinese community on that site decades before the area became known as japan town today. there's a lot of significance of the location the honoring of john hyland with the name of the part. >> but also for the future, tremendous new part with a great asset for our community. >> yeah, a new cultural center is also being built next to the park. san jose's japantown actually is one of just 3 remaining in the entire country. the other 2 being in los angeles and san francisco. >> if you've not been to japan down everything shut you so much cool stuff there to just straight out. yeah. 6.56 right now. coming up in the next hour, we have new details. >> about a shooting that happened in san francisco. 2 men are dead. police were involved in the shooting. were going to tell you what we know and a live report and the
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he knows he's covered with zero overdraft fees when he overdraws his account by fifty bucks or less. overdraft assist from chase. make more of what's yours. >> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at 7. >> good morning. and happy friday to the weekend starts now. i mean, unless you just got to get through the work
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day. yeah, but you're up early. so that that will be real quick. >> and the pre-game partying starts now. whether you're a giants fan or a warriors fan, we have both teams playing at home in the city tonight. get your errands done early because you want to get stuck ri right and that tailgating and that will be a party. >> and the weather is staying warm. so nice. if you like it warm, john. yes, first. and just warm enough for temperatures. not in the 90's today. so at least we're taking a bit of a step back from that are still solidly in the 80's, though. we still do have some red flag warning. so think about fire danger this weekend. if you're heading outside. >> now your view outside at coit tower. beautiful crystal clear skies from the coast all the way inland right now temperatures are in the 40's and 50's for most of us. but what a standout never fell out of the 60's overnight over their pittsburgh and fairfield's barely doing so at 59 degrees right now. definitely windy us further inland, especially up in solano county, where we do still have that red flag warning a little calmer towards the bay. i'll be


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