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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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talking a weekend that brings us highs in the 80's and a return to the 90's for next week. all still ahead, john, thank you for that. ok, we do have an accident. this is along. i-80 in hayward southbound. >> north a little road. so traffic is starting to build. you might want to take mission boulevard. if you're trying to get around those delays were seen heading into the city this morning. you're at 17 minutes. we started off the hour last hour with a traffic hazard. 80 westbound right near the treasure island exit. so that's contributing to those delays were seen that hazards gone. the residual delays are still there. san mateo bridge, 14 minute drive to make it across towards the peninsula. from 8.80, and in the south bay, you can see all the green across the map. the traffic's moving along 32 minute drive traveling from 85 in to menlo park. darya. james, back to you. thanks a lot, ryan. a 71 in the breaking news that we're following. 2 men are dead in san francisco after a police involved shooting. now the department says the shooting happened after police were responding to. >> what was an aggravated assault call? we've got kron 4
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sarah stinson. >> in the newsroom to explain what we know so far, sarah. >> that's right. police are still investigating to find out what exactly unfolded. we know san francisco police did respond to that aggravated assault and it ended with 2 men believed to be suspects dying. take a look at video from the scene. the officer involved shooting happened at 7.48 last night right after police say they responded to the aggravated assault happening near mariposa and owens streets. that's right. off of 2.81, block from ucsf, benioff children's hospital. both men were treated for their injuries on the scene, but one died there and the other died after being taken to the hospital. police have not given us many details only saying during contact with 2 men, an officer-involved shooting occurred. the latest release from the police department did not specify if both suspects were shot by police officers or how many officers fired their guns. the by the city's district attorney's office. several
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divisions of the police department and chief medical examiner. this morning. we reached out to the police department. we're really trying to get the latest for everybody right here from the kron. 4 news room. unfortunately, we haven't heard back yet. but check back in with us in about an hour. hopefully we'll have an update for now. back to you in the studio. all right. thanks a lot, sarah. >> 7, 0, 3, is the time we have more breaking news from overnight. another man is dead now after a shooting in oakley. and we're beginning to get more information about what happened. let's go to kron. 4 s camila barco in the newsroom for the details. camilla. >> charted james oakley police tell me a 74 year-old woman shot and killed a man moments after they had a physical fight. the woman was not arrested after police say that she was acting in self defense. oakley police went to a home on cypress road around 12, 30 this morning. as you can see from this video. >> when they got there, they found a 51 year old man who had been shot in the driveway. the officers and paramedics tried to help the man, but he
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died at the scene. officers tell us the 74 year-old woman had an elder abuse restraining order against the man who died before the shooting. officers say there was some physical violence between the 2 officers say the woman was defending herself and shot the man first. the woman was detained and questioned, but after full cooperation officers let her go. now. officers tell me another woman and man were also the canes, but they were let go. they still aren't releasing the name of the man who died until after they notify his family officers are still investigating shooting. but for now, the woman isn't facing any charges for now. back to you. all right. thanks a lot. coming off. >> will customers and employees of a restaurant in oakland are mourning the death of the owner. june novel was the co-owner of lucky 3, 7 filipino restaurant. he was shot and killed near the restaurant wednesday night in oakland. so the restaurant's going to be closed,
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indefinitely. while the staff and the community mourn his loss, his customers are also remembering him as a man who left an imprint on the community. >> community, he's about putting people together. he's ease about hope plant trying to them back together again and to see take from somebody tests positive. they are taking away a positive that's helping the neighbor need. but that's hard for me and us. >> police haven't released any information about how the shooting happened over a motive or anything about the suspect just yet. >> in east bay, police are looking for people who robbed a home in el serino are actually broken and tried to, but they ended up taking off. this happened wednesday morning on king drive. 3 people who had guns broke into the house. but the person who lives there fought back and the robbers ended up leaving. police chased the group. they were driving a car on interstate 80 near central
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avenue and then all 3 made a run for it. police caught the driver and one passenger. but the 3rd person got away 7, 0, 5 is the time right now. other news that we're following happening tonight is the big game game. 2. >> yeah, the warriors versus the mavericks. obviously the warriors had that a dominating win in game one. let's hope for another win tonight. may not be as dominating long as it's a win. that's all we care. all right. let's go to kron. four's will tran. he's following this live in san francisco. good morning. well, >> hello, you play to win the low now. it. yes, it should be a win because they're favored to win. probably not be 25 points. but you know that james duryea, if you win by one point, we'll take it because the way or is it looking for a commanding lead? i met thrive city. it's going to cost you money. once you cross those doors. but if you're here, it will cost you any money. and look at the jumble trying. so this should open a couple of hours before the game, which is 6 o'clock tonight. you can pick up one
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of the screens of costco. if you don't want to come down here, as far as the game laughable game one 25 point win wasn't even that close. it was uglier than the amber heard johnny depp trial. let's put it that way. and that's good. if you're a warriors fan because they just took off in the very beginning and just didn't take the foot off the gas pedal. klay thompson, 15 points, wiggins, 19 and staff. top 75 player 21 points. but more importantly, they held the mavericks superstar luka doncic's to just 20 points. he struggled all night. even got a on his way out when he was guarded by andrew wiggins. so you know what? they'll have to make adjustments. jason kidd, who is from the bay area, a legend himself went to berkeley top 75 player himself, the coach of the mavericks. he said that they'll be ready for game 2. nobody was surprised if they lost because they beat the suns in game 7 in or out. so probably spend all of their energy in game 7. didn't do
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well in game one. we'll see how they do in game 2 coach kerr expects a very tough game game, too. and he says the best opponent is playing the warriors. here's his explanation about that. >> you think about all that stuff and we talk about that in our coaches do they change their their lineup? but all i'm going change combinations to they try to do certain things. we we try to pinpoint stuff. from our own team were, 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 do and you can't predict it, but you try to be prepared for for different things that might all the >> and he's so serious, james, the area, i'm sure he broke out with his 3rd, you know, 3rd person coach kerr do i don't know, coach kerr. so
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let's head back out here to thrive city. just to show you what's going on. i show you the jumbotron. you can come down here and it's always packed. expect about don't know. 7 8,000 people here. you'll have to pass through a metal detector and you'll have a show before the show because let's face it. you have charles barkley, the chuckster. he'll be there. shaquille o'neal or a johnson and anything. charles barkley says about the warriors. if he says they will lose, that's a good bet they'll win because he doesn't like the warriors and how they play. they have the stage all set up. you can bring in your alcohol but do bring in your credit card because you can certainly buy it at whatever price they want to charge. so here it is. there's the stage. keep in mind, the warriors the giants are playing. and last time i was in town for a giants game durian, james, when they both played at the same time, parking is insane. so you might want to be dropped off by uber, which will probably charge a little bit more or take public transportation because if you do try park a car when the garages. it will probably cost you just as much
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as walking through those doors. guys. didn't get gameday pricing special that price. it goes through the roof for parking out. there you have mass transit. your best bet. thank you. will. >> all right. we're going take a quick break here at 7, 0, 9. still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news, the senate has passed a bill to help ease the strain of that baby formula shortage will explain how it could work. coming up. >> and today could be the coolest of the forecast. still warm but not as hot as we have been highs in the mid 70's for sf oakland nearing 80 at 78 san jose at 79 degrees today. more about what to expect this weekend. still to come. >> it's been a busy friday morning as traffic continues to pick up. we are tracking that commute for you. we'll have a look at that. once we get back.
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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 we you know, i mean, we're in a drought. 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. says many are brush fires caused by humans fire start by people moment. >> during mid-afternoon, like now, as you can tell by these winds, one spark is going to take off in unity. it's off to the races. he's asking you to cut your grass in the morning
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and create defensible spaces around your home. if you have any trees close to you- roof line or anything like that. >> up. we also asked you clean your eves and that once again, that gives us 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. are you ready for what's to come? that's the question. >> yeah, we've got more hot weather on the way, in fact, hotter as we get into next week, john, with the forecast a yeah, we're only going up from here next week. so even though we are looking at a brief break from at least the hottest weather today, we're still in the midst of some really high fire danger. and there's 2 reasons for that is temperatures may be down, but wind speeds are still up and humidity is actually some of the lowest that it's going to be in today's forecast. now a nice look at golden gate bridge. beautiful morning out there. it is breezy at the bridge, but it's breezy este
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further inland specially up into solano county. that's why we do have red flag warnings from solano county out into the central valley until 08:00pm today. this encompasses all the afternoon when conditions will be the driest, the hottest and among the windiest to with their 30 to 40 miles per hour. gusts. that was peak vacaville fairfield, even danville in the midst of some of our very windy is conditions this morning remaining that way through the day today. now, here's some good news, even though tomorrow is not going to be quite as cool as today. we are going to take a big step back from the winds tomorrow and that will help us out, at least as far as are critical fire danger goes today. high pressure ridge only building further and further into place next week. just james mentions means we're getting even warmer with the return of 90's by tuesday and wednesday, skies are going to remain crystal clear through the day today as we will also through your saturday and into your sunday. so lots of sunshine this weekend. definitely get out there and enjoy definitely consider how high fire danger is. as you are doing that, though, mid 70's for both mission in financial districts
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today. beautiful day on the embarcadero. some 60's at the coast and the spread of 60's to 70's along one. 0, one from brisbane, down to burlingame, solid 70's from 7 tail mountain view down into the south bay where you're taking a break from the low 80's today, only in the upper 70's for your highs. same from the tri valley over the east bay shoreline hayward at 79, oakland and berkeley. you're on the warm side but comfortable enough at 78. well, call occurred. walnut creek in danville, as well as palacio antioch, up to vacaville over to sonoma. all in the low 80's today. and among some of our windiest of spots, tomorrow's temperatures. we'll be a little warmer than today's but winds are going to be a lot calmer, which is going to work in our favor sunday, staying relatively mild compared to where we're heading anyways, which will be back into the 90's by tuesday and wednesday. john, thank you for that. we will at an accident. last time we checked in a long 8, 80,000 hayward. >> that's clear now. but now
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you're seeing residual delays. so traveling from san leandro down to milpitas is to 37 around 30 minutes for your drive. might want to take mission boulevard. if you're trying to get around that slight delay, 90 minute drive heading into the city right so that freeman street accident, no accidents or delays. we had an earlier traffic hazard on the bay bridge that's gone at this hour. 13 minutes tolls to one o one along richmond, sandra fell bridge of that starting to pick up a bit. double down to fremont along 6, 80 14 minute drive for you to make it down. there. also in the south bay, if you're taking one, 0, one. 85 in to menlo park around. 32 minutes started. james, back to you. >> 7.18, time for your money this morning. rents are up in the bay area and nationwide to and some workers say if they're going to be forced to go back to the office, that is going take a longer lunches. jane king with these stories. and martin kj, my favorite story of the days. >> employees appear to be
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using their full lunch hour down to the minute to the new york post says workers say if the companies are making them come back to the office, they are going to take the full advantage of what you saying, which of the computer, a restaurant that spoke to the post say the boost bills are higher, too. well, rents in the u.s. just hit another record high. the national median rent was $1827 a month in april. that was up almost 17% from a year ago, according to realtor dot com. now the bay area, the last place in the u.s. with rental prices below prepandemic levels. that's according to apartment list. but prices are still up 12% compared to last year. and u.s. home sales are cooling down april sales were the slowest since the beginning of the pandemic. boom. but the prices are still climbing because we do still have a shortage of homes, median price for an existing home in the u.s.. it's now $391,000 and facebook used a front group to secretly plant off as and local newspapers nationwide in order to lobby washington to back down from
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antitrust legislation aimed at improving competition in tech. that is according to the washington post, which says american edge of political advocacy group that was founded by facebook road and push those editorials now publicly meta, formerly facebook has claimed to be willing to work with lawmakers to revamp internet regulations. no comment that i've seen from facebook on that washington post report live from the nasdaq market site. i'm jane king. back to you. ok? thank you very much, jane. >> 7.20, right now in legislation to protect low-income families from the baby formula shortage is on the way. it's on the president's desk for signature right now. that bill passed the senate unanimously after nearly half of the nation's product remains out of stock. jessi turnure has the latest from dc. good morning. >> lawmakers call this a rare moment of bipartisanship that proves just how dire the situation is. for many americans. >> this is a horror for families. senators say a nightmare scenario of a
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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 buy, you can get it that we're not going to put any barriers. top michigan democrat senator debbie stabenow stresses with 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 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
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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. >> and caleb says the added manufacturing plant that's been closed since february due to bacterial contamination, largely contributed to the shortage, but should be able to restart production in a matter of weeks. it will then take, though, up to 2 months before new product hit store shelves in washington. i'm jessi tenure. >> it's 7.22. and coming up on the kron 4 morning news. elon musk is fighting back against harassment accusations. >> we'll see what he had to say on twitter.
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this morning, musk tweeted this and here is what he had to say. the attacks against me should be viewed through a political lens. this is your standard despicable playbook, but nothing will deter me from fighting for a good future and your right to free speech. >> well, the valero oil refinery in benicia is citing is being cited now for violating. violations that actually led to the death of a worker at a plant last november. cal osha announced the citations yesterday. 35 year-old luis gutierrez died after losing consciousness during an are gone 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. these violations are categorized as both willful and serious cal osha's also citing 3 contractors for violations related to the death to the proposed fines. total 1.7 million dollars. the letter was portion of those fines comes to just over 500,000.
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coming up on the kron 4 morning news. several bills on different topics are moving through the california legislature. and we're going to give you an update and overview of all of them. we'll be right back.
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>> 7.29, was for me. but we really settling into this. i mean, it's been days it's going to be days were just
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like 80's may have feeling like early summer already and against by next week, john, it's going to feel like mid summer temperature know, we thought january was it was actually warm for january. but this is the actual summer kind of stuff for sure. temperatures warming into the 80's again today. 90's for next week, golden gate bridge looks beautiful under what has been clear skies the past couple of days and skies that will remain clear out at the coastline today. >> breezy all over again and one of our drier days ahead. so even though temperatures today are technically the coolest of the forecast, we are still under critical fire danger because the pairing of the dry, warm and windy conditions. 40's 50's for most of our current temperatures, windiest out towards fairfield and vacaville. a little bit calmer along the bay breezy as well at the coastline. all it, you know how long a red flag warnings will last for and when the 90's. we'll get back to us. still to come raining. john, thank you for that. will traffic has been building out there to say the least a 90 minute drive making it from the maze and to the city to that fremont street exit.
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let's check on the san mateo bridge. you're heading across towards the peninsula. you at about 19 minutes as you're traveling from 80 to one o one. >> a lot of richmond heading across towards sandra fell 15 minute drive. so that is certainly picking up along our richmond commute, the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls are at about 20 minutes at this hour. we'll have more traffic coming darya james, back to you. thanks. a lot of 7.31. in the south bay. >> next thursday will mark one year since the mass shooting. it happened at the vta railyard. it was on may. 26 of 2021 that a worker opened fire inside that building. 9 people were killed. >> we spoke to the vta about how employees are doing now and what the agency's plans are to honor the victims. proffers amanda hari has the story. >> i think emotions and memories are still extremely and still very fresh. it was on may. 26 to 2021 when these 9 people >> were killed by a co-worker an a mass shooting at the vta rail yard. but stacey hendler
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ross, but the santa clara valley transportation 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. they've 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 says vta leaders talked with the employees and decide on a
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candlelight vigil. it's scheduled for 6.30, in the morning at the guadalupe rail 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. >> 7.33, and there's a battle brewing in the nation's capital over what will happen if and when the supreme court decides to overturn roe v wade, democrats say if the republicans win 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. we want force
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pregnancies and champion vans without exception. we're like pro-choice democrats will protect women's rights. >> republican senator shelley moore capito, meantime says she's not particularly interested in getting rid of 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 to protect abortion rights nationwide. senator dianne feinstein a bill that would raise the national age requirement to buy an assault weapon, which is now 18 years old. it would raise it to 21. california had a 21 year old age limit for gun sales until that was ruled unconstitutional by a judge just last week, federal law requires people be at least 21 to buy a handgun. but the
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legal age to buy an assault weapon like that that was used in buffalo shooting is still 18 years old. >> california lawmakers made decisions on whether to move forward with hundreds of bills which do with everything from abortion rights to gun violence. it's called suspense day at the state capitol. that's when bills that could have a significant impact on the state's finances. they're either killed or their past quickly. we have ashley zavala now to explain. >> suspense day 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
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bills on a metaphorical chopping block to pass is among those that survived wednesday. a package of bills 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 firearms 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 the 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 divestment from fossil fuel companies by 2030,
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another requiring the same. plus a ban on state contracts with 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. >> well, lawmakers on capitol hill also say there's a need for an active shooter alert system nationwide. lawmakers on both sides the aisle. so they want to create this system to work kind of like how the amber alert system works. the bill would also appointed active shooter alert coordinator from the deparoment of justice to try and develop best practices for a system like this. >> it's really easy to send ths signal within a certain amount of space to say watch out, take cover, get innocent people out of the area so they can protect the rest of us. >> democratic congressman david sisler and says the he expects the bill to receive pretty good support from both parties and potentially get passed in june.
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>> in 7.37, and still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news people in east palo alto want to see some changes after a deadly shooting. we'll hear what their concerns are. >> plus, ford is recalling thousands of suvs is yours. one of them. >> and today, technically the coast of the forecast, but we're still warm and we're still really windy to criticals fire. danger is still an issue. >> san francisco, oakland and san jose, all just the 70's today sounds pretty good. i have your forecast ahead. >> and it's been a busy morning out there on our highways and bridges. keeping a close fanduel and draftkings, two out of state corporations making big promises to californians. what's the real math behind their ballot measure
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for online sports betting? 90% of profits go to the out of state corporations permanently. only eight and a half cents is left for the homeless. and in virginia, arizona, and other states, fanduel and draftkings use loopholes to pay far less than was promised. sound familiar? it should. it's another bad scheme for california.
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the cdc is endorsing expanding pfizer's covid booster. >> to include children aged 5 to 11 years old. and that comes just days after the fda authorized a 3rd shot of pfizer's vaccine. 2 elementary school-age children. a booster would offer children an extra layer of protection at a time when we know infections are on the rise nationally, the cdc's director is expected to accept the panel's endorsement and sign off on this recommendation. >> ford is recalling 39,000 suvs because the engines apparently can catch fire. they say this recall applies to some suvs made in 2021. and in 2020, they're asking owners of these cars actually park them outside and away from structures until they can be taken to a dealer for repairs.
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7.44 is the time. and if you're the type of person that often runs out of storage on your phone, well, we've got some tips for you. rich demuro
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has a way to optimize your phone take a look. summer is almost here and you know what that means. we're going to be taken a lot of pictures and videos on our smartphones. here's how to free up some storage space on your phone to make sure you have room for all of them. >> the last thing you want when you're capturing that amazing moment is a message. >> that you're out of >> here's how to free up space on your phones. you have room for all your pictures and videos, an iphone. first check to see how much space you have left go to settings, general and tap iphone storage. if you use apple's podcast app, this could be the culprit. biden lee downloaded episodes. you can free up a lot of space instantly. now back your photos before you do anything keep this in mind. if you're using ai cloud, any photo or video that usually off of your
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iphone is also going to delete out of high cloud instead of deleting pictures and videos manually going to i cloud settings and other i cloud photos. be sure the option for optimize storage is turned on. then you don't need to do anything else. one of the easiest ways to manually free up space on iphone is an app called gemini photos taken sort your videos by the biggest files a few. you no longer need 3 day free trial plans start at $5 for unlimited access. previously deleted items might also be taking up space. >> you can go into your photo albums and scroll all the way down into the sea. recently deleted. choose the option to delete all google photos is an excellent way to manage storage and it works on both iphone and android. once it's finished, backing up, use the option to free up space. it will remove photos and videos from your phone that are safely back up to the cloud on samsung going to settings, battery and device care and
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tap storage to get an idea of what's taking up your space. then tap videos and sort by size. you can delete some of the biggest files. >> remember before you delete anything off of your phone, please make sure that the photos and the videos that you want to keep our safely backed up in the cloud. amazon photos i-drive photos and my personal favorite google photos are all great alternatives to i cloud. if you want to see these instructions, one more time, go to my website. it is rich on tech dot tv. i'm rich demuro and you are tech smart. all vouch for google photos. that's what i use all the time. i use them apple and i don't know where my photos there, where it's just so easy it's you're going to be taking pictures today. it's going to be gorgeous to do it. little warm, but it looks beautiful, john. yes, absolutely beautiful. looking day, not talking about many clouds today, other than the i cloud a guess. >> looking out there at the golden gate bridge conditions
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a little bit breezy, but definitely nice and clear now from the coast, all the way inland, going to be looking at clear skies through the day today in today is going bring our most mild temperatures. so why do we still have red flag warnings will has to do with the wind and then humidity actually being the driest of the week falling as low as 5% for areas like solano county and out into the central valley pairing that with winds gusting as high as 40 miles per hour, like we're seeing in fairfield, vacaville up to atlas, peak even down to danville. and that is making for critical fire danger today as you're stepping outside to enjoy the day with the comfortable sunshiny conditions. just make sure that first and foremost are considering that heightened fire danger tomorrow is going to be a whole lot calmer as far as winds go. that's why red flag warnings do expire at 08:00pm tonight. high pressure will build back into next week in temperatures will rise again because of that. taking us back to the nineties by tuesday of next week in the meantime, it's sunny and highs in the 70's to 80's for most of the bay area this weekend.
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definitely more comfortable than we have been. but still on the warm side, golden gate park as well. sunset district in the 60's mission in financial districts in the mid 70's today, daly city to half moon bay 60's. pretty solidly while 70's from burlingame down the peninsula and eventually into the south bay, where you're taking a break from the 80's for today. high temperatures in the upper 70's not just for the south bay but all across the east bay to pleasanton livermore, san leandro in castro valley each at 79 low 80's from danville on up into solano, napa and sonoma counties, which will be some of our warmest and windiest spots, which doesn't mean the highest, a fire danger in those same areas saturday and sunday. we stay pretty level highs remain in the 80's will tap back into the low 90's into next week. >> of course, today is friday, which means a lot of people taking to the skies. you can see one planes taking off right there from sfo. here's some good news for you. we have really excellent travel
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conditions today. conditions are relatively calm compared to yesterday at sfo. so that should mean pretty smooth takeoffs and landings, at least as of right now. >> and you can see there's no fog anywhere in sight, which also helps out with your travel plans today. >> reyna john wish i could say the same about the ground because we do have some issues like if you're traveling crockett down towards the maze, long, 5, 18, 80 got to wait a little bit of traffic. so about 23 minutes for you to make that drive. once you finally do hit the may's 17 minutes as you're traveling from the it that may's to that fremont street exit into the city. let's head to the south bay check all want to one gradually start to pick up little pockets. 44 minutes traveling from 85 and to menlo park 2.37. is moving along to 18, 82 and moving along pretty nicely as well. hey, will doubling down to fremont about 14 minutes for you. there. and if you're hopping on 8.80, the southbound side, you are little sluggish this morning. northbound is moving at the limit for us and the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls
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around. 23 minutes. tara, james, back to you. thanks. a lot of people in east palo alto are making suggestions. they want to see some changes in the city after a deadly shooting. that just jack farrell park on tuesday and lots of kids were running for their lives. congress taylor's sacking 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 their park tuesday evening in 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 there ducking and diving. at the same time. i can't that because i'm looking for my baby. i kind of find life. it was very many children and crying and running. that mom was at the park that day. >> during city council special meeting on thursday, she
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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 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.
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>> it give us the information we need to bring justice for the fields family and i'm taylor bisacky reporting kron. 4 news
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this weekend. they're raising money for victims of the war in ukraine. sculptures and paintings are going to be on display at the opening reception, which is tomorrow at the akc human wine gallery in napa. that's between 6 and 08:00pm. if you'd like to should go to the show, it's called pink with love for ukraine. one of the artists is a russian descent and she says her heart breaks for what is happening to the ukrainians. she put her brushes down for a long time. it could paint when the war first broke out. then she picked them up because she was motivated by the idea of how to help. >> just really inspired by. i think when i when we came came up with the idea of helping. and i knew that i'm not this, you know, helpless and people are suffering, mayor and >> once we came up with this ad, i knew that i could help at least with so that that was a big push for me, too.
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>> stopped crying started >> and 10% of the money raised and is going to go to the foundation that provides food for ukrainians who are displaced by the war. and if you can't make it to the our show this weekend, you can still buy the items after the event. >> coming up on the kron, 4 morning news in our next hour or 2 men are dead after a police shooting in san francisco will tell you what happened coming up in a live report and police investigating another deadly shooting this time in the east bay out and hopefully why they say it was self-defense. plus, the warriors and the mavericks facing off today in game 2 of the western conference finals. we're going hear from draymond green. see how he feels about the series where it's going.
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at >> good morning and thanks for waking up with us on a friday, which is terrific. and we're looking forward to a wonderful weekend. we are. yeah, it's going to be packed. one, especially today with 2 main events happening this evening in the city. so get those errands done, maybe try to leave work early because tonight you get it and the warriors were going to be live with. the warriors are in a bit. first, let's check the weather, which is going to be warm again. hi, john. yes, it's going to be another warm one today and another windy, 1, 2, inches. the unfortunate thing about today because otherwise it was looking like a really nice one. you've got the east bay hills right here sitting into the sunshine. same for you all the way up to


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