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chase freedom unlimited with no annual fee. how do you cashback? chase. make more of what's yours. >> from the area's local news station, you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at 7. >> morning and thanks for waking up with us on a monday. i'm darya and i'm james and 07:00am this morning. we're welcoming the sunshine and enjoying a victory with the golden state. oh, my maybe you are headed to the finals. we've got to one more win. live shot with sarah stinson coming up. and in the meantime, as we're heading into, well, memorial day is coming up. just going to traveled to go maybe towards the end of the week. let's see what the weather is going to be like, john. yeah, definitely no shortage of
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sunshine into memorial day weekend. so we can hold on to that. but with fire danger being really high in the official kickoff of the summer season. let's just make it the kickoff of summer recreation and not the kickoff of fire season. so make sure to be mindful of all these dry conditions. you're hills camera. looks gorgeous. no cloud cover in this view. it's just sunshine all the way up to the coastline. >> current temps are mostly in the 50's and 60's venture outside. enjoy this cool morning. great for the job. right now. some time out in the backyard. before we look at really hot conditions this afternoon, even hotter conditions into tuesday and wednesday of this week, winds are again a factor, especially for the north bay mountains. the delta and along the coastline, the pairing of winds hot and dry weather is adding up to heighten fire danger, which i'll talk plenty more about your full forecast john, thank you for that. if you're traveling along 5, 18, 80 this morning, a little busy. 24 minute drive for you as traffic continues. >> to slowly so that free must exit. you're at about 17 minutes for your drive. and
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the last hour we had a disabled vehicle that started the slowing down process for us. there. 40 minutes to make it across towards the peninsula and in the south bay long want to one 85 in to menlo park. 33 minutes to 2 to 37. all moving at the limit. darya james, back to you. thanks. a lot of rain. a 7, 0, one and san francisco police want to hear from witnesses who may have seen something before a taxi. >> went up on a sidewalk and hit and killed 2 pedestrians. the crash happened yesterday afternoon right near your. but when a center kron four's gayle ong has more on what happened. >> just before 04:30pm, sunday, san francisco police officers responded to the intersection of mission and 3rd streets. officers arrived on scene. >> and located pedestrians that were by a vehicle on the sidewalk. according to sfpd. >> 2 women died on the scene. others were injured and male pedestrian was transported to the hospital. unknown medical condition at this time.
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>> another male who was the driver of one of the vehicles was transported to the hospital. >> for non-life-threatening injuries, these bystanders heard screams. everyone fearing taxi. >> and it was like everyone really scared, really shocked about what's the bystanders said this vehicle and the taxi were involved in the crash. >> as apd is canvassing the area for surveillance video. >> speed of these vehicles are still being determined. the impairment due to drugs or alcohol does not appear to be a factor. however, there isn't a stone that we're not going to leave and turn in an incident like this. >> and as of pd is looking for eyewitnesses who may have seen what happened, you can be anonymous in the newsroom. gayle ong kron. 4 news. in the north bay, santa rosa. police
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are looking for the person who shot and killed a 28 year-old man. >> in a car, the shooting happened yesterday morning around one, 30 am on kenton court just off of highway one. 0, one. police say the man was sitting in a car with some friends when somebody drove up, said something to the man and started shooting and then took off. police have not released any information about the shooter or the car that they were in the santa rosa police department is offering a $2500 reward for information that leads to an arrest. this is santa rosa, 6 homicide of the year. >> well, new this morning, pfizer says 3 doses of its covid-19 vaccine appears to offer some fairly strong protection for children younger than 5. pfizer says they're going to get this data over to u.s. health officials this week in a step towards eventually getting authorization to offer the shots to kids that young the news comes months after a lot of anxious parents were desperate to vaccinate their babies and toddlers and preschoolers as covid-19. cases were once again on the rise, the 18 million kids under 5 right now are the only
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group in the u.s. not yet eligible for covid-19 vaccination. >> and it's the kids have to serwer mask again in berkeley. the schools are requiring that now. yeah, cases are heading back up, which is why they're making this decision. kron four's will tran is standing by with the latest on all of this from the east bay and burke legal morning will. >> good morning, james and area and good morning parents. before you rush out the door and make sure you ask little johnny or james or tammy. >> where's your mask? because you're going to need it once again. yes, school is only 2 weeks left in the school year, but they want to finish strong, especially with the cases that they have seen just last week, guys, they saw 107 cases in the berkeley unified school district, which is not a massive district. there's a little bit more than 9,000 students at more than 15 schools. but the numbers are quite alarming is the second biggest surge since the pandemic. and that's why they're saying, you know what, let's mask-up. let's finish strong, especially with
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substitute teachers stretched thin right now and graduation just right around the corner and they want the parents and the teachers. they have that special moment. and that's why they're saying mask-up from now, at least until the end of the year they are doing this for indoors. so if you're outdoors, you're good to go. don't worry about that. but if they can possibly move any indoor activity, outdoor, do that as well. and remember, good ol zoom what it looks like. the administrators are going to go back there as well. they're going to have the meetings online and they're telling people if they possibly can make sure that your kids have a couple of masks ready go, especially the younger kids in case you lose that. they're quite concerned about what's going on. nothing to shut down schools. of course, now he's going to go back online like what we saw earlier. but they just want to make sure that it's safe again, especially with graduation. so close around the corner. james taria, we're all the school. one time. the good ol finals. and after did you miss finals because of
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covid-19, you've got to make sure that you take the finals and that's why you've got a mask on back to you. all right. we will get reaction from the parents as they arrive to school. you know, some parents like at other parents ate it. but yeah, that's the law of the land in berkeley, at least. all right. thanks a lot. we'll. >> well in other health news, not covid, but monkeypox is now start to grab headlines as we're starting to see cases reported in the u.s. now. local health officials say they're not concerned about this. they say you shouldn't panic. monkeypox is rarely seen outside of africa. but as of this weekend, there were about 80 confirmed cases worldwide, including 2 here in the u.s. the last time that we saw an outbreak of monkeypox was back in 2003 ucsf. doctor peter chin-hong says that symptoms actually often mirror what we're experiencing with covid. >> fever, muscle fatigue, but 2 weeks later wants 2 weeks later. you get this on mistake, a bull rush that starts in the trunk was to the extremities and looks like a pox of fluid filled blister.
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if you're traveling, don't worry to change it. i'm definitely not panicked about it. i'm just curious. >> yeah, care is keeping an eye filled. blistering. i'm curious, you know, or freaked out. he says if you see any of the had it on your body, obviously you want to contact your doctor health, a professional to get some advice on what to do next. yeah, that's what youhdo. if you see those signs, president biden spoke about the outbreak actually this morning in tokyo where he's visiting. he says he doesn't think this outbreak is going to be. >> too big of a concern, not like it was when covid first started being reported. he says the smallpox vaccine is effective against monkeypox and the u.s. has enough in its stockpile of that vaccine. so we should be able handle any outbreak if it if it gets to that but they say no outbreak and that's important. it's not okay because you hear that new covid were just get done. like know that now. all right. election time right now for sure. like headquarters today is the deadline to register for california's primary. >> applications are online or
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you can go to the city hall or public library. the elections well, they're going 10 the field of candidates in the lead up to the november is general election. so if you want to be a part of that, you need to vote san francisco ballots are going to be well, they're going to be focused on the recall of district attorney chesa boudin. we'll see what happens with that. that's under proposition h on your ballot. you'll see that if you want to see more on what is on your ballot specifically go to kron 4 dot com and we've got an explainer there on the state level. voters are picking the top contenders for governor state attorney general u.s. senator u.s. representatives and secretary of state. all right. as promised, let's talk about the warriors share some of the highlights as they are victorious waking up this morning with a cop, a commanding 3 o lead in the series against the mavericks andrew wiggins on fire. duncan's though, yeah, that could the whole show that, too, with sarah here who's standing by at the highlight
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>> yeah, i can't watching videos of that. duncan will show you in just a moment. but what a lead 3 to 0 in this western conference finals. and we are killing it in. as daria said earlier is met them as they just can't even win one game. we're hoping it stays that way. we just need one more to get to the nba finals. haven't seen that since 2019. take a look at video from last night's game. you can see the score was one o 9 to 100 and it was in dallas. nonetheless, i thought the dallas is going to have home court advantage in that did not help them enough to win. the warriors can head to the nba finals if we win tomorrow night. >> they will be playing again in dallas. the play of the night, though. let's just get right to it. that's all we want to see. the that was the dunk by warriors, andrew wiggins. people are calling it poster worthy. he took flight over luka doncic's. i mean, it was crazy was flying over him. at first it was called an offensive fall. but coach kurt challenge it successfully.
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>> thank goodness, because that was an iconic moment. wiggins played a team high for 40 minutes in a playoff career-high. steph curry also killed it. let's hear now from coach kerr about wiggins and his performance. >> he was an all-star for he said fantastic 2 way player. you don't win in the playoffs without guys like he's you know, we're basically down churches so that can stay on. and he's another guy like staff who just never seems to get tired. he's amazing shape. so. where it says been a brilliant year for him its continued in and the postseason. >> now, if you can't make it to dallas, like most of us, you can watch. game 4 starts tomorrow night at 6 o'clock. you thrive city and you're looking at video of that. now. it is such an incredible crowd that shows up there and the
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the area opens up at 4.30. so you want to get there early because the line gets out of control, especially since it's no a game and it's a huge game. it's going to be another packed tonight at thrive city. again. remember tip off tomorrow at 6 o'clock. we cannot wait in james dart. you're exactly right. we all need more work on that. and i do get that free. i didn't get that free. sure. remember when i where that? yeah, well, you can get in way back to island. >> so that flop public that was like soccer worthy, you know, like when they're down in the enrolling in, you're like what? what nice try look a that's all we have to say. >> that was sarah, thank 7.12 is the time. we'll take a quick break here. a lot of news that coming up. yeah, there's a manhunt under way and the person of interest in the shooting death of a cyclist from marin county. >> we're going to tell you why police think there may have
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>> with the triple digit territory. if we get there, need first, though, a lot of areas. it's not fun to think about tomorrow and wednesday. those triple digits are really going to grip those inland like the central valley in the siepra foothills. we'll climb well into the 90's today for solano county and even more of the bay area come tomorrow and wednesday. so here we go. time to brace for the heat and the heightened fire danger that comes along with it because it's not just the heat but bone dry conditions. as we've seen relatively recently. and then also some strong winds at the coast, north bay mountains out into the central valley in the delta. that's where our strongest winds are. coast will be spared by the cooler temperatures. our inland areas, though you're in the midst of the combination of those factors, the triple digits for many spots, the really windy conditions and the very dry conditions, lighter shades of red. those are your heat advisories that actually go into effect tomorrow through wednesday because of the triple digits out that direction. red flag warnings go into effect here in just a few hours at 11:00am
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this morning we're heating things up today. humidity falling below 10% and winds gusting over 30 miles per hour. so solano county, one of her hotter areas. we'll be in the midst of yet another red flag warning had the quail fire out there yesterday in the hills above vacaville, a reminder that even without a red flag warning, which we words under yesterday, you can still see a fast growing fire and with the winds and the hotter temperatures today only becomes more problematic. today we are seeing clear skies all the way out to the coastline. tomorrow will hold on to that, too. so we have a very hot start to this week. the good news is after wednesday. we've got a nice cool down to look forward to even cooler weather into next weekend. so get through these next several hot days. and we do have relief just around the corner. 60's for your highs near the coast. 70's for most of our bayshore cities. coastal areas may be our coolest, but they will be very windy, too. so if you are heading that direction, know you're running into some of our strongest winds. bayshore areas still breezy but comparatively a lot calmer and
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really comfortable when you're talking 70's and low 80's for your highs, livermore and pleasanton further inland in the mid 80's, walnut creek and concord. really warm nearing 90. that's going make oakland and san leandro. 76 degrees feel really good in comparison. 90's for solano county, including in 94 in vacaville napa. youngsville in the low 90's will sonoma and santa rosa in the upper 80's. tomorrow's temperatures even hotter with tuesday and wednesday bringing triple digits to some inland bay area cities. we'll average out in the mid 90's here in the bay area inland areas in the 80's along the bay. as for thursday and friday, temperatures begin to cool down and by saturday at or very warmest. we're only in the upper 70's, john, thank you for that. will traffic is picking up out the air if you're traveling? >> into the city this morning. 19 minutes for your drive. so we're pretty busy along the bay bridge. well, the san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula about 14 minutes as you're traveling from a 80 to one o one out of
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richmond heading across towards san rafale tolls to one o one about 12 minutes as you're traveling along the richmond, sandra fell bridge and the south bay along one. 0, one, 85 in to menlo park. a little under 34 minutes. darya. james, back to you. thanks. a lot of 7.18, for your money this morning. amazon test having drivers make deliveries from local malls and california is a good state to be a host of an air bnb. jane king is live at the nasdaq with those stories and more. hi, jane. hi, darya. good morning. it's comforting course popular. stay for people to come and visit. so california along with florida and texas, the top 3 states for air bnb in come and 3 of the country's hottest housing markets as well where new host do earn the most. >> so california tops 270 million is brought in with those air bnb riddles a 265 million in florida 170 million last year for texas. now a typical host in the u.s. earn a median income from hosting of just under $14,000 in 2021. well, plane
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ticket prices are the highest in 7 ye rs. rising oil prices and big demand for travel as well as staff shortages is driving prices higher and amazon piloting a program that has its flex drivers picking up and delivering packages from malls. now, bloomberg teports this could help amazon fulfill orders for same day or 2 day deliveries. it's not entirely clear where all amazon is running this task. the drivers who spoke to bloomberg about it say they have picked up packages in malls in arizona and nevada and virginia and a robot may be greeting you with the door during your next visit to chili's grill and bar. we did. the robot is so to make it easier for the workers. now, the parent company of chili's brinker international says the robot will do things like carry the heavy dishes back and forth to the kitchen. live from the nasdaq market site. i'm jane king back to lakers. and like give lulu had a store at the mall and i wanted the lulu pants from amazon. amazon will go to the mall. >> and get them.
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>> thank them to yes, that's what it sounds like. i mean, previously, because everything was like it where houses i, you know, their distribution centers. but this would and i'm thinking the most might like this is well, you know, soruc to sell the pants from there okay. well, that's right. thank you, jane. 7.21. is that i'm also a national news help on the way now for millions of parents who are in desperate need of baby formula. >> a massive shipment from germany has arrived in indianapolis. it was on a military aircraft and obviously hopefully this will put a dent in the nationwide shortage that we've been experiencing. alexandra limon has more from dc. >> sunday evening, the department of health and human services announced that secretary this era invoked the defense production act to ensure that many factors have what they need to produce more baby formula. after president biden gave the department of health and human services, the authority to use the defense production act to increase the
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nation's baby formula supply. the secretary of health and human services is now using it. >> to ensure abbott nutrition, the company that shut down one of its plants has enough raw materials to get back up and running and the expectation is within the next couple of weeks. we'll begin to see product from that facility. hhs says it will also use the defense production act to ensure reckitt a consumer goods company involved in manufacturing formula hasn't of access to single use products like filters. and the administration is also taking other steps to try to get baby formula to families who need it. this air force c 17 jet flew into indianapolis sunday with 40 tons of baby formula on board the shipment provides an a formula. >> to take care of 9,000 babies and 18,000 toddlers. this shipment is from europe and is formulated for babies with special dietary needs. it will head to hospitals and home health care facilities. >> across the country, not
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store shelves but more shipments are headed to the u.s.. we're going to get this year in a matter of days. they're also long-term problems that the administration and lawmakers say need to be addressed. so that. >> no individual company has this much control over supply chains. >> and the administration says americans can expect store shelves to return to normal in the next few weeks. once that abbott plant is fully operational again in washington. alexandra limon. >> we'll take a break here at 7.23. coming up on the kron 4 morning news. fire crews are mopping up the last the hot spots of the fire in solano county will have more on that coming up in a minute. and now most admired alum!
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>> 7.25 and we enough update now on the quail fire, which is burning in solano county. you can see it there in the big monitor. cal fire says it's about 85% contained right now. so far it's burned about 135 acres. crews worked overnight. they're strengthening the containment lines and they put out hot spots in the fire started yesterday afternoon. it was right on quail canyon and pleasant valley. roads burning along the hillsides are just northwest of vacaville about an hour after that fire started people living on those roads that were then ordered to evacuate, although they were able to come back. yeah, they lifted evacuation orders a couple hours later. no reports of anybody being hurt or any damage to structures at this point. we'll see if they can get full containment. hopefully this week we'll take a break 7.26. is the time coming up next on the kron. 4
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morning news freeway shootings are happening more often in oakland. we're going to tell you what mayor libby shaft. >> has planned in order to make our freeways a little bit safer. why hide your skin if dupixent has your moderate to severe eczema or atopic dermatitis under control? hide my skin? not me. by hitting eczema where it counts, dupixent helps heal your skin from within keeping you one step ahead of eczema. hide my skin? not me. and that means long-lasting clearer skin and fast itch relief for adults. with dupixent, you can show more skin with less eczema.
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(music throughout) talk to your eczema specialist about dupixent, >> 7.29 right now and we're checking out the weather. the big news is, well, this is travel week for a lot of people just at the airport behind us how hot it's going
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to be. that's the question. very hot but john, with the john, the definitely on the little to warm side for most of us anyways towards the coastline. you'll stay nice and cool. getting warm near the bay and getting hot inland. sure does. look beautiful, though. your east bay hills camera looking absolutely beautiful. crystal clear. you have those same views all the way out to the coastline today. warmer than yesterday was but just a lead up into the hottest of weather which arrives tomorrow and wednesday. that's will be well into the 90's, if not a few triple digits inland. right now we're 50's and 60's. so venture out there, enjoy the job this morning. open those windows that that cool breeze in before things heat up a little bit more this afternoon. it's a pairing, the heat, the dry weather in the winds. that's also upping fire danger for the start of this week. the details about that are still to come in your full forecast over to irena. john, thank you for that. ok, we do have a bar alert. if you're taking bar and you are. >> on the various aligners a 20 minute delay heading in the
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daly city directions. so those are things you need to know about. if you're taking bar today. >> heading into the city right so that fremont street exit. 21 minute drive. we had a diiabled. >> vehicle earlier that slowed us down along the bay bridge, an uptick of about 6 minutes along the golden gate. 37 to the tolls. 26 minute drive for you. well, 24 walnut creek down to 5 80. you're at about 13 minutes with slowing in walnut creek. southbound 6.80, the up and down to fremont around. 21 minutes and we'll check on 8.80, northbound moving along nicely. southbound side, a little sluggish. daria dems, back to you. thanks, reyna 7.31. and a developing story that we're following is what happened to this marine county cyclists, a professional cyclists. she was shot and killed in austin, texas. and now u.s. marshals are searching for her killer. investigators say it was all. >> kind of a love triangle that went wrong. we've got to hara rim on with the story. >> police say anna mariah wilson was staying at this home on maple avenue with a friend. she was getting ready
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for a bicycle racing heiko but never made it according to new police documents, investigators say last wednesday evening wilson met up with another professional cyclists. colin strickland to go to deep eddy pool. police documents say strickland and wilson had a romantic relationship at some point. but the day they went swimming, he was living with his girlfriend, caitlin armstrong. police say one strickland dropped wilson back off at the home. he lied about it to armstrong telling her he went to drop flowers, offer and that his phone died. police say an anonymous friend reported that they were with armstrong in january when armstrong learned strickland was allegedly having a romantic relationship with wilson. police say the friend remembered armstrong saying she was so angry she wanted to kill wilson. according to the affidavit, investigators tested armstrong's recovered gun and found, quote, the potential that the same firearm was involved in wilson's murder is significant. investigators say
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security camera footage from a nearby home showed an suv matching armstrong's vehicle parked at the house one minute after wilson entered it. and after strickland had left, police say armstrong couldn't explain why her car was there. when officers interviewed her. >> we've got more information as well on kron 4 dot com. we're going to try to keep you updated on that story. okay. 7.33. let's go to the east bay where local police are investigating how a man's body got inside of a burning car that they discovered on high street. it was the fire department that was first on scene to put out that car fire. but as they were trying to tow it away, that's when they discovered this dead body inside. so homicide investigators and were called out to the scene. they're working right now to try and determine how this person died, who this person is. none of that information is available just y-t. but we'll stay on the story will let you know when we find out. meanwhile, this morning, there are no leads yet on a deadly shooting. that happened last wednesday along interstate 5.80, in oakland. 2 people
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were killed in a freeway shooting. police have yet to release any information on possible suspects. but freeway shootings have been a problem in oakland. some high-profile cases of made headlines over the past year and kron four's stephanie lin had a chance to speak with oakland mayor libby shaft on the morning news this weekend and talk to her about her plans to address this problem. >> but the good news is that with regard to those freeway shootings, which oakland has had a really disconcerting number up, that the governor heard our request for cameras and so in a revised budget, he is now funding cameras in just 4 counties in the entire state. but 2 of those are alameda and contra costa. the funding is for 200 cameras and they are going to be on 4 different freeways that run through oakland, the 5, 88, 80, the 24 and very importantly, international boulevard so we are watching
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you. please behave we are going to hold anyone accountable. who is engaging in violence on those freeways, but also reckless driving. that takes a lot of lives as well. do we have a timeline for when those cameras are going to be installed? well, i will tell you, as soon as that came out, i've put in a call to caltrans to ask if we can start the installation now, typically it wouldn't start to july when the budget takes effect. but i don't think we can wait. this coming. thursday marks one year since the mass shooting at the vta railyard in san jose. it was may. 26 last year. >> a worker opened fire in a building killing 9 people vta plans to honor the victims thursday with a candlelight vigil and a ceremony at the rail yard begins at 06:30am in the morning on thursday. it's only going to be for employees and their families. but the ceremony will also the live streamed. 415 guns are off the streets in the south bay that so many weapons were turned in and the gun buyback that was
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held by milpitas police and the santa clara county district attorney's office. yesterday's event was the first in 2 years because of covid in the 10 years that they've done this, they've collected about 7,000 firearms. no questions asked, you turn them in anonymously and they destroy them. officials say the goal is just to get the guns off the streets out of homes and out of dangerous way. >> well, we are just one week away from memorial day. the unofficial start to summer. and this year, aaa is predicting more than 39 million people are going to be traveling for that holiday weekend. nearly 35 million will be traveling by road. the other 3 million expected to fly. if you are one of the millions hitting the roads. triple a just released this list of best and worst times to drive. so you might want to factor this in. take a look. if you're leaving town on thursday, the worst time to be on the road is between one in the afternoon and 8 in the evening. you're better off
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leaving early in the morning if you can or late at night. the same is true for friday. worst times to travel are between 7 between noon and 07:00pm and then on saturday and sunday, you're better off hitting the road before 10 in the mornings. after that just starts getting jammed up and on monday as you're heading home, triple a suggests leave before 11 in the morning because by the afternoon, the rooms roads are going to be jammed and this is all happening as drivers across the country are dealing with record high prices. we know that well here in the bay area. fact, here's a look at where prices stand this morning and you won't find an average price below $6 close as you're going to get is solano county where at 6, 0, 4, most expensive on this list. as you can see, san francisco at 6.32. right behind is napa county at 6.31, in cocoa county and they in the east bay. it's at 6.14. so it's it runs the gamut from 6 o for all the way up to 6.32, i know at my house, the nearest gas station with 6 34 6.34 this morning as a pastime
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that went i keep i have a lot of started driving the electric. you know, the last few weeks. so i i'm going to check for everybody at that really expensive one by much, hi again. yeah. all right. >> we'll take a break. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news celebrations in the san francisco for harvey milk this weekend. harvey milk day. we're going hear from organizers about the work that still needs to be done. they think to honor the late city supervisor. >> and after the break, the fda now recalling some peanut butter products. we'll tell you why folks are getting sick. >> and today, warmer than yesterday, but not as hot as tomorrow door. wednesday are going to be. we are getting warmer, though. and fire danger increasing with those temps, san francisco an open to the 70's san jose in the 80's. more about some 90's, even triple digits in your forecast ahead. >> and in the road today on this monday morning, we're seeing a few delays across the bay area will have an updated
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>> 7.41 and happening now. the fda is investigating a salmonella outbreak in several states involving peanut butter jif peanut butter has been linked to this problem. 14 people in 12 different states said they got sick after eating the peanut butter and they traced the salmonella cases to a plant in lexington, kentucky. that's run by the jm smucker company. peanut butter can have 2 years shelf life and the fda says that if you get infected new have salmonella poisoning. it's you cannot fever, diarrhea,
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nausea, vomiting, abdominal hand. we've got a whole list because this involves to for lot numbers and best buy dates and all the rest of it. if you go to kron 4 dot com, you can lay just feet of butter and you may have some of the cover go to our website and see if yours is among that that they're concerned we'll be right back. what can i du with less asthma? with dupixent, i can du more.. catching my train... making moves... ♪ making a connection... a train connection. that's how you du more with dupixent, which helps prevent asthma attacks. dupixent is not for sudden breathing problems. it's an add-on-treatment for specific types
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series at home against the mets today. yeah. after mlb's armed forces weekend. >> and boy was beautiful. the start of the game featured a master gunnery sergeant peter wilson playing the national anthem on his violin. so it's a great start. but then the giants kind of went downhill from a manny machado, hit sinking line, drive padres, scored 2 runs on that and turned out to be a 5 run inning. >> for san diego giants swept at home. not good. 10 to one was the score to get the first pitch. as for the a's? well, it'd fare much better. he wasn't as bad a loss but it was still a loss. so here are the high heights. >> you want to angels leading 3 to one in the 7th when mike trout hit this one deep down the left field line going going. >> gong. that was a solo home run. >> and that sealed the is losing this one. 41. but today as it is every day's a new and have an opportunity now to a chalk up a win there up in seattle. they're going to start a three-game series against the mariners. first
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pitch tonight at 6.40. so both teams have an opportunity to enjoy border. they enjoyed yesterday >> and just be at home. what's the weather going to be like? >> perfect for the giants, guys. we're going to be looking at a really warm afternoon. the game doesn't start until a little bit later on. so temperatures right around, then we'll start in the 60's for the giants cooling off gradually. so bring the sweaters with you. even though the start of the game is going to be really nice. your view outside this morning, just down the street from oracle park at the embarcadero looks really nice. we don't have any cloud cover. skies are definitely sunny atl the way out to the coastline this morning. so no issues as you're leaving the house this morning to get to work. it's comfortable. winds are a bit of an issue on some of our bridges but calm right on the embarcadero and many of our bayshore cities in temperatures are really comfortable for the time being. we will see a warmer afternoon today than yesterday, though. and that paired with breezy conditions near the coast to the north bay mountains and especially into the central valley and
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delta is going to up fire danger. we already had the quail fire yesterday in the hills above vacaville. and we weren't even under red flag territory yesterday today, red flag warnings go back into effect at 11:00am for solano county. parts of the northern end of the central valley. those lighter red hues. well, those are heat advisories that will go into effect starting tomorrow into wednesday because of triple digit temperatures for some of our inland areas. today. solano county is our hottest spot here in the bay area paired with some really strong winds, humidity, low below 10%. and yes, fire danger becoming more and more of an issue with a high pressure ridge firmly in ilace. we're not going to see a chances of rain interrupted just yet. so we're only going to see increasingly dry and at least to the start of the week, increasingly warm temperatures today. daytime highs will climb into the 80's and 90's. tomorrow is the day that the central valley will spend the afternoon in the triple digits. even a couple of pockets here in the bay are likely to see a triple digit or 2 now tuesday and wednesday
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are your hottest days after that? we do have relief around the corner. so get through these next few days and you can look forward to much cooler temperatures towards the tail end of this week and eventually into the weekend. as for today, 60's and 70's for san francisco, mostly 60's at the coastline where it will be really breezy if you're getting out that way. calmer comparatively along the bayshore saying carlos, a warm but tolerable. 78 mountain view. 81 in san jose. 83 staying in the 70's from fremont hayward up through oakland while solid 80's from the tri valley through walnut creek and concord 90's for much of solano county as well as ovet to nap and yacht bill sonoma and santa rosa in the upper 80's for your highs tomorrow. wednesday, as we've not mentioned, the hottest of the forecast highs climbing well into the mid 90's. if not a couple triple digits inland 80's right next to the bay. the weekend gets a whole lot nicer highs falling into the upper 70's and our warmest by saturday.
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>> and temperatures just a little too hot for you. continue to fly to cooler spot the next couple of days. good news for you is we are looking at no delays out of sfo this morning. clear skies and no fog does bode well for sfo. oakland and san jose also doing well for any departing flights, rain, no delays music to my ears in the skies. not so much on the ground. >> a 53 to 54 minute drive traveling along one o one. if you're starting at 85 heading into middle part. so traffic is picking up in the south bay. certainly heading into the city right now. 24 minutes to make it from the maze to that fremont street exit. let's check on the san mateo bridge headed across towards the peninsula. now you're out about 17 minutes for you this morning. crockett down towards the maze along 5, 18. 80 31 minutes for you. there. highway 4.31. minute drive traveling from antioch in to conquer. and if you are taking barton still have that delay there. 20 minute, delay on the various a line in the daly
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city direction. darya. james, back to you. thanks, rana. the castro lit up with celebrations in honor of harvey milk. yes, yesterday would have been the former supervisors 92nd birthday. he dedicated his work here to lgbtq rights and uniting communities. and that has been his legacy kron. 4 taylor bisacky takes a look. >> here at harvey milk plaza, dozens gathered to celebrate harvey milk day and all of his contributions, city state leaders and community organizers are all here saying it's more important now than ever to carry on with milk has taught us spirits are high in san francisco's castro district on sunday as crowds came out to celebrate harvey milk day on what would have been his 92nd birthday. the former san francisco supervisor made great strides for the lgbtq community in san francisco, california. and beyond knowing that this really is the sort delays even is like the pride like in is really important to me i had to come out. harvey. >> is was socially important big year for our community and as well as for just basic.
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>> human rights on this special day, the friends of harvey milk plaza and sf parks alliance also gave us a look at future redesign plans for this space in honors. milks memory he someone who was warm and movement the most. good morning. when craig was a friend of milk's and worked with him during several campaigns. despite all the progressive changes made over the past few decades for human rights, craig says milk would be disappointed to see some of those feats. now in question of he would mean to disappoint that we've that back again with that indeed senator scott wiener also spoke about the current threat to reproductive rights has leaked opinion from the supreme court reveals that roe v wade may soon be
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overturned, but would hardly say if you are that eye. >> he would say number one, get out of the street, which we will do. number 2, you've got win elections. we have to win elections many here saying it's times like these that we need to remember what harvey's taught us in i think there's strains we know for a fact if and when they do roe v wade they will be coming for marriage equality next. and then if they want to come after we're going to put on more of a fight than we ever and we know how to organize and we know how to speak to harvey has revealed there are huge plans for this harvey milk plaza to carry on his plans are expected to break ground within the next couple of years. in san francisco, taylor kron. 4 news.
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the rescuer come over all how did it wind up there? that's the question, isn't it? yeah, it's >> helicopter had to get down about 100 feet. >> above the the cliff there. so they could lower the rescuer down to get him. >> it taken to a nearby scaling mountains. but yeah. so. wow, they're still looking into it. he no injuries, but he was like did nothing but swimming trunks on or something. he was halfway down this they had a good long talk into it. what happened here felt right that anyway, he's fine this morning. okay, 7, 56. look at the coming up next hour. we've got lots of news and good news for the warriors. >> they won another one. that's 3 to nothing against the one more game. and we i like to go on to the nba finals. we'll see what's up with that in a live report. and what's going on in berkeley. the kids need masks again to go into the classroom. we're going to tell you why the school district
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>> from the area's local news station, you're watching the kron 4 morning news
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>> good morning and thanks for joining us on a monday morning. i'm darya and i'm james. we've got a live picture of sfo behind us this time around travel week for a lot of people get away week up. and if you're going to be in town for memorial day weekend, well, the temperatures are going to be on the warm side for all. it's only up from here. that makes it sound good right on good towards tuesday and wednesday today hotter than yesterday. see upward climb in today and tomorrow and wednesday are going to be the most uncomfortable for inland areas. well into the 90's. >> if not a couple of triple digits inland tomorrow. looking out there this morning, skies are beautiful. we've got the clear skies all the way out to the coastline. and we're looking at comfortable temperatures for the time being alameda, you're at 60 degrees nevado. you're at 61 in napa. also right at 60. so get out there this morning. enjoy the comfortable feel. we've got it later today. the heat kicks into gear and will be back into the 80's if not 90's for inland areas. that's going to be paired with some strong winds, too, which is enough. so


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