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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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that's a county goes back into a red flag warning today talking high fire danger and the heat in your forecast. john, thank you for we do have a hot spot along the richmond. sandra fell bridge. so an accident. >> 5.80, westbound right near the toll slowing us down. about 30 minutes for your drive this morning. so make drive this morning. so make sure you factor that in th morning commute heading into the city about 21 minutes to make it from the maze to that fremont street exit had some earlier issues on the bay bridge that started that residual slowing 20 minute drive san mateo bridge a 80 to one. 0, one as you're heading across towards the peninsula. let's go ahead and head to the south bay about 49 minutes along one o one. 84 85 in to menlo park darya. james, back to you. thanks. a lot of rain, 8, 0, one. and this morning, san francisco police want to hear from witnesses who saw what happened leading up to an accident where a taxi driver ended up running up on a sidewalk and killing 2 pedestrians. shocking everybody who was there. this was yesterday afternoon near your. but when a center. >> kron four's gayle ong has more on what happened.
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>> 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 when male pedestrian was transported to the hospital. unknown medical condition at this time. >> another male who was driver of one of the vehicles was transported to the hospital for non-life-threatening injuries. these bystanders heard screams. everyone fearing taxi 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.
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>> 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 are looking for the person who shot and killed a 28 year-old man. it happened yesterday morning around one, 30 am on kenton court just off highway one. 0, one. police say a man was in a car with some friends when somebody drove up, said something to him and then started shooting. police have not released any information yet about the shooter or the car they were in the santa rosa police department is offering a $2500 reward for anybody who has 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
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covid-19 vaccine appear to offer fairly strong protection for children. younger. then 5 pfizer says they're going to hand over all their data to u.s. health officials later this week in hopes that they'll eventually be authorized give out the shots to the littlest of kids. this news comes after months of anxious parents desperately waiting to be able to vaccinate their toddlers and preschoolers, especially as covid cases have been rising here recently, the 18 million kids under the age of 5 right now are the only group in the u.s. not yet eligible to receive the covid vaccine. and cases back on the rise again. kron four's will tran on the story for us out in berkeley. and will they warned us not to get not to put those masks away? we could eventually and >> that day has come. >> masks are back and so are far foggy glasses. berkeley, unified school district. they did the numbers and they said,
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wait a minute, this is the second biggest surge we've seen since the pandemic. and with school just about finished 2 weeks away. they want to finish strong. in fact, last week they saw 107 cases of covid-19 throughout the school district, which is not a big district. more than 9,000 students. more than 15 school. so not a massive school district, but with graduation right around the corner and substitute teachers spread in. well, they said better to be safe than sorry. talk to some people. here's thomas sinsheimer. he's a teacher here at martin luther king junior middle school. your thoughts on masking up again, sir. i just like the idea that cases are going up. you wear the mask. the cases are going down. you have the option not to wear the mask. it's just nice that there's some logic behind the decisions. you know, there are some parents who might be upset by this. we've seen. >> people pushed back throughout the whole pandemic. your thoughts on making sure the kids once again hay little james. little tammy mask up,
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will you as a teacher have never seen the upset parent, of course. i would say that tongue in cheek. exactly. i would too bad. you know where the mask. you got to keep everyone safe. people have elderly parents at home that they take care of it myself. >> as important we keep ourselves safe and healthy. okay. very good go back into class. a look at that. as i mentioned, see those glasses fogging up. berkeley unified. they're taking this so seriously that the administrators, they are prepared to go back to zoom meetings if they can possibly try to move. >> indoor activity to outdoor if they can possibly do that again. the goal is to try to finish strong with graduations and finals right around the corner. >> back to you. all right. thanks a lot. we'll 8, 0, 6, is the time. and in other health news, we do have an update on the monkeypox cases that are starting to be reported here across the u.s.. >> local health officials at this point say there's nothing to panic about see shouldn't get too worried. monkeypox is
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rarely seen outside of africa. but as of this weekend, yes, 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 begin. i'm very similarly to the way covid begins. >> 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. if you're traveling, don't worry to change it. i'm definitely not panicked about it. i'm just curious. >> now, doctor cheater. a peter chin-hong says that if you do notice any of the signs you do certainly want to contact health authorities and get some advice. president biden spoke about the outbreak this morning on his visit to tokyo. he says he doesn't think this outbreak is going to be as concerning as covid was. he says the small pox vaccine that we have actually works fairly well for monkeypox and we have enough
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in our stockpile supplies of that vaccine to be able to handle any outbreak. should it arise? >> 8, 0, 7, right now across local election headquarters and today is the deadline to register for california's primary election. you can get the application online or you can go to your city hall or public library. the election will send the field of candidates in the lead up to the november 8th general election on the san francisco ballots. a lot of people are going to be focused on the recall of district attorney bodene. that item is under proposition h on the ballot to see more of what you will see on the ballot specifically in your area. just go to kron 4 dot com and we have a link and an explanation all that you will be choosing to vote on and fill the bubbles in on the state level. voters are going to pick the top contenders for governor state attorneys. general u.s. senator u.s. representatives and secretary of state. >> okay, let's turn our attention to the warriors. talk about that game last night, which was fun to watch
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for warrior has now the warriors are sitting pretty at 3 in the series so 3 o lead is amazing. let's go to kron 4. sarah stinson. she's gotten of gear, i think in the closet to go from now through the finals, right? every day. >> could always use more. but yeah, we got our blue and gold on and we are pumped this morning. we're very close to sweeping them in the western conference conference finals. something i didn't see personally coming, especially because they traveled to dallas. they had home-court advantage and it wasn't enough to stop the warriors dubbed is going off on social meeting this morning. so excited. take a look at highlights. you can see the ending score was one '09 to 100 and this was in dallas beating the mavericks yet again. the warriors can head to the nba finals if we win again tomorrow night will be playing again in dallas. the play of the night, though. that's what we just got talk about quick. it was the dunk by warriors, andrew wiggins.
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people are calling it hosts are worthy. he took flight over mavs luka doncic. i mean flew over the guy to the point where >> they actually called an offensive foul them and try to save defense. coach kerr challenge that immediately and then were kind of able to relish in that moment because it was truly quite a dunk. williams played a team high of 40 minutes and a playoff career-high. and we heard from coach kerr earlier now let's hear from wiggins about how he felt after the game. >> film energy, you know, as the main thing when i see the room, it's all the same. which i take away from me. stay challenge. do we so thank you for that. >> and there was a lot of detonation there and there's a lot of the nation at thrive city thrive. city is the spot to watch the game. they've got a huge screen. there is everyone covered in blue and gold and as a lot of
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activities you can do that is going to be going on again for tomorrow night's game. it opens at 4.30 and keep in mind the line for it gets really long. it gets super packed out there. so want to get there early because it really is first come first serve. but everyone is ready to get that broom out. ready to see the warriors take this home. some can head to the nba finals for the first time since 2019, james darya. let's get pumped. let's get ready for this game is going to be big one. okay. love it. and you know what? maybe we should put the call out for fans put on where you're here, cars and we'll share some of that tomorrow as we're rooting on that still. ok? all right. thank you, sarah, including say video to thanks, sarah. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. ye relief on the way for all those babies who need their formula. >> parents have been. >> in a real bind with baby short on the shelves. well, there's a big shipment, as you can see here arriving in the u.s. will tell you that help is on the way. and a live report. plus, a manhunt is
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underway for the person who killed a cyclist who is from marin county. we're going to have more on this and how police think there was a love triangle involved. and some olympic swimmers are going to be in the bay area today telling us why it's so important that you learn how to swim. and today is going to be a day that you might want to find some cool water to get to this afternoon safely because it is warming up and getting even hotter tomorrow into wednesday. 80's for san jose. >> sam who are francisco and oakland comfortably in the 70's. i'll talk about just how hot it will get inland. still to come. >> and we're tracking a hot spot along the richmond. sandra fell bridge. traffic is building across our other highways. we'll have a look at that. once we get back.
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word is being won or physicians anybody is going to ocean and strong currents might myself knows how powerful the water. before that even if it's it's really hard well as for my sins. and and so you shown that for my lessons can reduce risk. and john, by up to 80% in children and drowning is the second-leading cause of accident or injury related death in kids under the age of 14. so really nice to go hand in hand and important messages to that. your chances so much since. >> well, the make a splash tour will also include 2 time medalist elizabeth bissell and four-time medalist cullen jones. event includes a q and a with the olympians and a community swim lesson to they're going to be a richmond today from 4 until 6 in the afternoon. and you don't have to be able to do the kick flips thing under the water. you know, you just have how to get around in the pool. yeah. i like to stay hot and not
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drown that, you know, about all i can do experts pretty if you hold your nose, you look like an amateur. i know. but you know, it's effective and it is effective. and i think a lot of people are going to be at pools all throughout this week. maybe the next time. you know, anybody with a poll where 98 tomorrow. so but time to buy the kiddie pool, at least sure. still a couple and so on. and so i need to say cool because it is getting really hot guys. temperatures inland hotter today, even hotter tuesday and wednesday. that will be climbing into the 90's for. >> both our inland areas, even some of our bayside areas getting a little on the warmer side tomorrow. san jose looks beautiful this morning. clear skies temperatures are about to start climbing significantly today into tomorrow. so i like the weekend we saw a brief cool down. still warm. it's about to get an comfortably hot again. windy at the coast. windy in the north bay mountains in especially when the inland out towards the delta in the central valley. that's enough for red flag warnings to go back into effect at 11:00am. this morning for solano county in the central valley. those
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lighter red hues will. those are heat advisories go into effect tomorrow as warmest temperatures are just around the corner. all this is paired with consistently dry skies. high pressure will continue to send any chance of rainfall out of the region. so future cast is bringing nothing but sunshine. whether you're at the coast or inland today. tomorrow, wednesday, our hottest one. but here's some good news after that. thursday starts the cooling process that really kicks into gear this weekend. that's when at our warmest highs will only be in the upper 70's compared to today's temperatures. that's a big cool down 60's at the coast today. but you will find some really windy conditions right along the coast. bayshore areas comparatively cover and pretty comfortable to san mateo. at 75 san jose, you'll be a 83 while fremont hayward up to oakland all in the 70's head over the hills towards walnut creek and concord. that's where you'll find your near 90 highs and highs in the 90's for solano county on over to napa in youngsville and upper 80's in areas like santa rosa. 89
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degrees tomorrow and wednesday, the hottest days. and there's your cool down after that. so the next 3 days are the ones to get through. find a cool place this afternoon, whether it's the pool, whether it's the ac somewhere like a movie theater and then you have a really nice set up for the weekend to look for too brain. todd, thank you for that. so we do have a hot spot along the richmond, sandra fell bridge. we have an accident. >> 5.80, westbound right near the toll. so 25 minutes for your drive. has a traveling out of richmond heading across towards sandra fell. traffic has been building off throughout the morning along the bay bridge. so about 22 minutes to make it from the maze to that fremont street exit. let's check on some of our highways. if you're traveling along 1, 1, and the south bay. 85 in to menlo park around. 41 minutes for your drive to 18. 82 a little lighter than the conditions along one. 0, one to 37. also moving along pretty nicely. well, traveling from crockett down towards the maze. you're at about 21 minutes for yourself as you're making that
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drive. holly, for also a little slow this morning. 23 minute drive traveling from antioch into concord's to 42. let's go ahead and check on 24 traveling from wanna creek down to 5.80, a little under 15 minutes starting. james, back to you. thank you, renay. 19 and help is on the way for so many parents who had trouble feeding their babies because baby formula sunset short supply. and now we're starting to get some massive shipments. there was one that arrived from it went to indianapolis and was starting to get off loaded. we've got alexandra limon with 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 nation's baby formula supply. the secretary of health and human services is now using
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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 will 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 this 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 store shelves but more shipments are headed to the
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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. >> a new social media app is climbing the charts and encourages you to be your authentic self by posting once a day with no edits and no filters. will it work? i'm rich demuro. find out. coming up in tech, smart.
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interfered in every single case and failed to do his job. the office is absolutely in disarray right now. chesa dissolved my unit prosecuting car break-ins. now criminals flock to san francisco because there are no consequences. we can't wait. recall chesa boudin now. >> 8.25. right now. and you know, it's our job to stay hip were i know we just found we just found out about this new social media app and all the kids are loving it. yeah, it's called to be real because they're encouraging you to just be real. no filters. no notice. you basically just say cheese. when the phone alert you that you have to snap a picture and that's what gets shared out. it's kind of interesting. you could be doing anything. rich demuro tells us how it works in this morning's tech smart. no doubt you're familiar with the top social media apps like tiktok facebook, instagram and
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snapchat. >> but a new social media app is quickly climbing the charts. it's called be real and it challenges users to share one spontaneous moment throughout their day. perfect pictures on instagram have become so predictable. you get that that feeling of and my life isn't nearly as cool as this person's social media has become so contrived. there's even a joke. >> instagram versus reality. there's this comparison that i think a lot of people place upon themselves based on the contents of the fee that they're looking at. i just got my notification. and now i have 2 minutes to take my picture. i guess i'm doing right here. enter be real. and after gaining popularity that describes itself as authentic, spontaneous and candid. you still post pictures. you still have followers. but the twist you only post once a day when you get a notification, you know when you're going to get that message from the real. that's kind of the fun of
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chase in howell is a host at the tech network, twitter. he's been testing out. the real really meant to be share who you are in this moment. it's and that's ok, kind of removes the stigma of not being perfect. the app gives you 2 minutes to post and in my testing, i was surprised to realize it captures both the front and the back cameras. at the same time you can do retakes. but there are no filters and no. and it's you can caption your photos and comment. posting your picture is the only way to see your friends pictures. and if you post late march, your photo to your friends know, it allows me to be okay was sharing the mundane of my life because that's kind of the point. the real may not have the most exciting pictures, but it feels like a more personal glimpse into someone's real life. i get a better understanding, a better sense of who that person is and what their life is actually like. and that makes me feel more of a connection to them as a person. the biggest challenge
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of the real might be finding your friends on there out of my entire address book. only a handful of people were on. >> and its cues mostly younger at this point, although i think you could be a real at any age. all right. finally to the app, you can go to my website. it is rich on tech dot tv. i'm rich demuro and you are tech smart. >> say something. you didn't have any friends on the right. you just download it yeah. i'll see you on the all right. if you're that cool if you like peanut butter, there's a reason you might want to chuck your jar. we're going to tell you about a salmon for state controller, only yiu will save taxpayers money. wait, who, me? me?
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>> 8.30, right now. checking out the weather big headline is the weather because some people have plans here away whatever, because we're going into a traveling. yeah, well, and this is going to be the week that we're going to have whether we haven't seen in a long time could be dangerous. for sums. you're gonna want to check on some, you know, family members of their elderly, if they, you know, just don't do so well in the hot because it's going to be hot. first triple digits against that. we will see maybe tomorrow. yeah. for some of the bay area's will be the first time we've seen that number in a long time. so we are going to see a hot day today, even hotter tuesday and wednesday. >> we've seen some warm days, but we're not quite at committed to this warm of days. just yet. see a check on your neighbors, your friends and family that, you know, might not have ac and but be a little more susceptible to those hotter temperatures. sure is. nice out there at the golden gate bridge where temperatures will be a lot more comfortable than they will be further inland today.
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all of us have the sunshine today and we're all in for at least somewhat of a warm-up. it's our inland areas where we're just warming up a little too much. brett, what you're at 74 degrees already. most of us are now back into the 60's. enjoy this cool feel. well, we've got it this afternoon. it won't be as fun to go on that job nor that dog walk. as for winds, that's the nex factor. that is upping fire danger, especially out to solano county in the central valley. where will be the hottest driest it among the windiest, too. the full breakdown of your fire. danger forecast. still to come john, thanks for that. we had a hot spot along the richmond center fell bridge. now that that's clear. >> drive times 13 minutes to make it from the tolls to one o one. the bay bridge still pretty busy. 20 minute drive to make it from the maze to that free much. the exit as you're traveling into the city. well, along 6.80, doubling down to fremont. you're at about 19 to 20 minutes. 8.80, southbound side certainly picking up the northbound side moving along pretty much at the limit. if you're traveling along is heading from san leandro down
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to milpitas around. 33 minutes for you there and highway for traveling from antioch to concord. about 18 minutes. all right. james, back to you. thanks. rain. a 30 to a professional cyclists from marin county, a shot and killed in austin, texas. and now u.s. marshals are searching for her killer. >> investigators say this may have been the result of a love triangle. we've got to hara rahm with the story. >> police say anna mariah wilson was staying at this home on maple avenue with a friend. she was getting ready 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
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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 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. >> the family of the cyclists from wilson said in a statement they're not going to elaborate on the ongoing investigation, but they did want to clarify that she was not in a romantic relationship with anyone at the time of her death.
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>> it is 8.32, in the east bay. local police right now are investigating how it was that a man's body ended up in a car that was on fire on high street. the fire department was first on scene. they put out that car fire and as they were towing the vehicle from the scene, that's when they discovered this body inside homicide detectives then took over and there at this moment trying to determine how the person died, who this person is that information not yet been released, but we'll keep you updated as we learn more. >> in the south bay, the milpitas police in santa clara county da's office collected 415 guns during their gun buyback event that was held yesterday afternoon for the first time in 2 years because of covid and they call it a success. this gun buyback is all anonymous. no questions asked. the goal is just to get these firearms off the streets and save lives. we know there. >> a lot of unwanted guns in people's homes in their households. and if anything,
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you know, those firearms can just get so any news on the streets for, you know, gainer time. we also know that these firearms used in domestic violence incidents. you know, that these firearms are being used to, you know, unfortunately for suicides, an accidental discharge is that usually involve our youth because they're so curious, right? so if they are unwanted firearms in the home, we want to provide a space for people to feel free to sell them to us. >> in the 10 years that they've been doing this, they have collected about 7,000 firearms. >> an update now on the quail fire burning in solano county. how cal fire says it's now 90% contained, though it's burned 135 acres so far, but that 90% and is actually an improvement from when we first came on the air this morning can see them on the firefight there. they've got attacked it from above. and then they got some containment lines going. this started yesterday afternoon. >> on quail canyon and pleasant valley, roads and it was burning hillside, northwest vacaville. you could see it about an hour after the fire started. people living along those roads nearby.
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>> they were ordered to evacuate, although that order was eventually lifted a few hours later, no reports of anybody being hurt, which is good and no structures damaged either. >> at 8.36, here's some information you're going want to know about. the fda now investigating a salmonella outbreak. >> all across. well, handful of states involves peanut butter. the agency thinks his problem is linked to some jif peanut butter products. 14 people in 12 states have reported getting sick now because of this outbreak. investigators traced the salmonella case to a plant in lexington, kentucky, run by the jm smucker company. can have a 2 year shelf life in. the fda says those infected with salmonella may experience and they were in favor to diarrhea nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain. there's some information you're going want to know as to which cases which lot numbers need to be tossed. just go to our website kron 4 dot com. we've got the full story there with a list of all the various products that are part of this recall. you can compare that to what you have in your pantry. >> 8.37 and coming up on the kron 4 morning news
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celebrations in san francisco for harvey milk day. we'll hear from the organizers of this event and say what needs to be done to honor the late city supervisor. >> and looking good as the phone with sunshine overhead. all of us are looking at that same sunshine. what here at the coast for further inland temperatures today are going to climb, especially for inland areas, though, into the upper 80's and low 90's. your full breakdown ahead. >> and it's a busy monday morning as many of you hit the roads. we're tracking what your commute will look like. we'll have more on that. once we get back.
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>> it's a 40 right now and dozens gathered to remember harvey milk and his contributions on sunday. yeah, they partied it up in the castro celebrations all in his honor yesterday would have been the former supervisors 92nd birthday. and as we know, he dedicated his work. >> to lgbtq rights and united community's city and state leaders. plus the community organizers, they all say it is more important now than ever to carry on. >> what milk has taught others. senator scott wiener spoke about the current threat to reproductive rights as the leak u.s. supreme court opinion says that they're going to overturn roe v wade. >> but with harvey 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
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week because memorial day is happening on monday. it's the unofficial start to summer. we're going to be feeling the triple digits tomorrow and triple a predicts we're going to be seeing on the roads. a lot of traffic. 39 million people are traveling. 35 million, they say will be driving another 3 million are expected to fly. so if you're going to be filling are up and traveling, then that we've got, first of all, the best and worst times to drive. and then the prices. are you ready? so take a look. if you're leaving town on thursday, the worst time you could leave one to 8 because everybody is going to be on the road. then and then if using will know, i'll put it off until friday. well, that's pretty much the same is going to be a crush of people traveling from 12 to 7. so they say you want to avoid that. try to leave earlier or later. same thing really early. birds are the way to go. i mean, if you go on saturday or sunday, same thing. and then by monday, everybody's coming home and they would suggest that you avoid one to 4. so again,
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leaving before 11:00am is probably that what they say is the safest bet. now let's look at the gas prices because as we know across the country's record highs, it's always a highs in the bay area and san francisco tops our survey. san francisco is averaging 6.32 a gallon now. oh, my gosh. and then you can go down the list and see you're going to be driving for memorial day. maybe don't fill er up in, for example, san francisco. wait till you get to sonoma 6.25. save a little bit of money. solano county is rounding out to our survey has the most affordable spot for the least expensive 6 old or most affordable. only it's pretty if you're sticking around, though. >> you don't have to know enough to know. stay cool. slapped the sunscreen on. yeah. we're looking at some the probably the hottest temperature think we've seen all year. so if you're walking or peddling, yeah, that early, not late justice early in the day. the best advice you can get this week today, tomorrow and wednesday, the hottest days of your forecast.
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>> specially tomorrow and wednesday, which is james mentioned the hottest of the year so far climbing into the triple digits for the central valley in the sierra foothills well into the upper 90's here locally, you view outside sure is gorgeous, though. we've got all those clear skies, a little too much sunshine for inland areas, though it's going help temperatures to rise warmer than they did this weekend. continuing to climb into tomorrow. now as temperatures warm up and winds stay with us, especially at the coast, north bay mountains and inland. that is where we're going to find some problems. fairfield vacaville that was peak in napa are going to be some of our windiest spots today. also some of her driest and hottest of spots that pairing results in the red flag warnings that go back into effect at 11:00am heat advisories in the lighter red. those will go into effect for the central valley starting tomorrow. as for red flag warnings, though, fire danger is increasingly high. we had the quail fire spark up yesterday in the hills above vacaville and we weren't even in red flag warning territory. so fire danger is only getting higher. and you can see we've
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already started to see a few of the sparks lighting up fires already across the region. warm and dry conditions will last because of a high pressure ridge that is firmly in place. not going anywhere, only strengthening today, tomorrow into wednesday. and that's where all the sunshine in this. he comes from tomorrow. wednesday will be the very hottest. after that, though, we take a step back from the heat. we're actually going to look at a pretty nice cool down on into thursday friday, saturday and sunday of the next weekend. so we can get through the next couple of days. the heat and then some relief just around the corner. 60's for your highs at the coast will be breezy along the coastline, but a whole lot cooler than rest of the bay area. 70's for most of our bayshore city, san carlos warm. but not too warm. only 78 san jose at 83 degrees today. 70's along the east bay shoreline will 80's for inland valleys of the east bay walnut creek and concord, close to 90 while oakland, berkeley and san leandro only at 76 vacaville are hottest spot surrounded by 90's in both
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solano and napa counties. while 80's from santa rosa through mill valley. tomorrow's temperatures starter trend of hotter weather tuesday and wednesday mid to upper 90's inland. maybe even a few triple digits here in the bay 80's right along the bay shore itself by thursday, we've cooled down a whole lot over 10 degrees for most areas. cooling even further into saturday. the weekend with highs are likely only to max out in the 70's reyna. john, thanks for that. it will. we've had a busy morning on this monday as a lot of you are traveling. >> hey, across the golden gate bridge at this hour. now we're at 24 minutes to make it from 37 to that whole. so traffic is moving along pretty nicely. there. the bay bridge 20 minute drive. the meteor lights are on. no accidents or hazards. the air, although we did have a hazard earlier. well, long, 5, 18, 80 crockett down towards the maze. about 18 minutes for you as you're traveling, doubling down to fremont a 20 minute drive along 6, 88, 80 year. northbound side. 5 southbound side, a little sluggish as you're traveling to hayward
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and fremont. well, in the south, a little one-on-one, 85 into the low park around. 39 minute 2, 37 17 also seem to be moving pretty quickly. and antioch heading into conquered about 17 minutes taria. james, back to you. >> thank you very 50 is the time in the east bay. the oakland a's may not be in oakland for much longer unless a deal gets done with the city for a new ballpark out at howard terminal. there's been some progress on that front. we had a chance to talk with oakland mayor libby schaff over the weekend about whether she thinks that deal will get across the finish line and keep the a's in oakland. >> can fans expect to see a stadium or not? >> absolutely. it is going to happen and big news this week. >> the greenbelt alliance, a very respected environmental organization, just came out with a big endorsement for the project, not about the ballpark. and i think it's a great reminder to people this is much bigger than baseball.
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what they said is this is a great example of smart development that is going to help address climate change as well as the housing crisis. what sort of challenges still lie ahead for this? well, the next big milestone is going to be the vote from the bay conservation development commission. they have the authority to take howard terminal out of port use designation. they're going to have a big public hearing on that on june. 2nd. and then they'll take the vote. june 30th right now, their staff has recommended that howard terminal come out of port use, but it's up to those commissioners. there needs to be a 2 thirds vote on june. 30th. and if that vote doesn't happen. the project is dead. but we're very excited that the staff analysis the project moving forward and we believe there. it's just so much to love about this project, not just for a's fans, but 18
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acres of new waterfront 3,000 units of housing, tons of union jobs and great environmental standards. what is your message for? oakland a's fans watching this right now. this is going to happen. people keep the faith, but don't take it for granted. we need you to show up show up on june. second at that, the cdc hearing show up on june. 30th. >> because elected officials need to hear that. we love this project. we want it to happen. >> well, that was mayor libby schaff talking about now the ballpark, but actually number of topics, including crime, abortion access. if you want to see who she might indoors for mayor when her term expires at the end of the month or any of these topics. they talked about. we have a full interview on our website at kron 4 dot com check it out. it's a 52. we'll be right back.
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like a helicopter has been 20 mile range. they first launched in october. it was so popular. it's sold out almost immediately. you can get on the waiting list for one. but you have to have about for this in order to pay for it. $92,000. i know people not myself, but right in the bay area. this fancy people driving cars that are 100 $150,000. there's definitely market for people who can gather that. oh, my gosh, that's pretty cool. all that, which is video from inside the cockpit of that. i've seen external shots of it lying around and it looks like a personal little cocoon. you get into with 4 per and you just go and then you could get to work. >> i much faster. yeah. can you imagine suit 20 miles o you wouldn't get near the farther away? i don't know if i'd make it to work. no eyewitness outside of my race. but right, maybe they can do like hops from like oakland, san francisco is like a tourist or i out. the future is now. a 36 is the time right now. and coming up in the next hour, the warriors are leading the series 3 to nothing. if they beat the mavericks one
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>> from the area's local news station, you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at no. >> and welcome to the finest hour. and it's still a fine day. i know maybe you don't like mondays, but what's the alternative? i would like that. you like it any happy on a monday when you wake up on monday. that's right. feeling now we have to warn you to be prepared. one of our big weather stories going forward is the fact that we're going to see triple digit this week. first time all year. it's going to be this hot. so yeah. and tomorrow it's really going to get uncomfortable. so i guess enjoyed today. get ready, john? yes, definitely enjoyed today, especially earlier in the day. get ready for the even hotter weather just around the corner. fire danger going to be higher and just the way it feels outside going to be less comfortable tomorrow and wednesday, our hottest days of >> the year so far for some spots outside this morning. skies are crystal clear all the way out to the coastline. we're going


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