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>> good morning and thanks for waking up with us on tuesday. a little easier than monday, right? you get the hang and i'm james and today's the day we've been anticipating his warrior fans. >> we've got the big game tonight. we'll talk more about that coming up yet. we're just going to stick with the blow. we want to mess anything up. just shades of blue. be fine. you go. want to do anything out of the ordinary. okay. now's not the time for anything outside for that matter i got hot enough for you yesterday already. yeah. and it's going to be a blistering one today. good morning, john dissipating. the warriors dreading the weather. that's the way today's going. we're looking at a really hot one this afternoon. climbing well into the upper 90's to even a couple of triple digits out there for our for inland areas were still this morning on the embarcadero. no movement on the flag. and the nice clear morning at the bay bridge. easy commute this morning. an easy morning to get outside to take that extended dog walk. >> and the job before temperatures do warm up. right now we're in the 50's. so really mild start comfortable weather. get those windows
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open wide and just let that cool air and anything you needed get done outside right now or when the sun comes up. because after that, you're going to want to avoid too much outdoor exposure. another red flag warning should say remains in effect for solano county and the central valley through 11:00am of tomorrow today and tomorrow are very hottest days and still breezy, too. all the full breakdown on this high fire danger and just the uncomfortable weather that we do have today, all still ahead, john, thank you for that. if you are hitting the roads this morning, we're tracking your traffic. so a 7 minute drive. >> heading from the maze 2 that fremont street exit. let's check on the san mateo bridge headed across towards the peninsula. about 12 minutes for you to make it from a 80 across towards one o one out of richmond heading across towards center fell 7 minute commute for you. so pretty quiet there. and in the south bay, along one, 85 to menlo park around 27 minutes. taria. james, back to you. thanks. a lot rain. a 5, 0, one. and we're gearing up for
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game 4 of the western conference finals. yeah, everybody is anticipating it. if we win, of course, will be on our way to the nba finals. that's the hope. >> now, even though the game is being played here, that isn't stopping fans from cheering on the warriors from thrive city and partner, sarah stinson to the pri party. all by yourself. haha, good morning. is all geared up. ready to go. you just have to wait a while. >> yeah, known now for just starting the party. early 5 o'clock we've got to we're getting new going. this is thrive city and it truly is a thriving atmosphere because you feel like you're inside chase center. but you're right outside to have this amazing wound right here. feel like a little bit of a v i p when you come out here early because, okay, this area opens at 4.30 and first come first serve you. can you have access. isn't this lounge beat? also set up your blanket, set up your chairs you know, take advantage of this whole area.
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so reopens at 4.30, to keep in mind, game 4 in the western conference finals against the mass starts at 6 o'clock tonight, the warriors will have a chance to sweep the mavs in the series and head to the nba finals. so this is a big one. this is a really, really big one. it's crucial to win tonight. we can just wrap the series up the team and fans are feeling confident after the last game when steph curry scored the team. 31 points. andrew wiggins added 27 points. and then he had that epic. don't know if you're not going all the way to dallas. like most people thrive. city is the next best option city has a 3,000 plus square-foot outdoor video board in the west plaza is also another screen set up in the esplanade and that is over 200 square feet is also a lot of live entertainment. >> as a kid zone, i showed you the lounge seating. you can bring coolers and non-alcoholic drinks and snacks and even bring your dog, which i think is kind of cool. but that's just an leash. let's hear from a chase center executive about how excited they are to continue
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to have fans out here. >> you know, an incredible venue surrounded by district where fans could come and gather a 365 days a year. but certainly in this case to support that the warriors, whether on the road and to see it all come to life to see our fans interacting with the space. i'm enjoying everything the thrive city has to has to offer has been an absolute thrill. >> not only has chase center been a brand arena for us, but then thrive. city has brand new, a second venue to go to, which is completely free. it is first come first serve. so you want to get here early. as i said, because it gets packed and once or capacity, even if you're in line will have to turn you away. so get here early and enjoy that drive city. otherwise enjoy the home. remember tipoff at 6 o'clock. darren james. we are put it. we are ready. >> i got that. he shared that. i got on game was like game
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one. haha. looks good. all right. thanks a lot, sarah. we'll check in with sarah throughout the joining her party go our it's 5 '04 is the time from there. let's head to the south bay right now where san jose mayor sam liccardo. >> as apparently tested positive for covid. he released a statement saying that he tested positive after feeling sick yesterday afternoon. he says he's thankful that his vaccination stopped him from experiencing any serious side effects or symptoms. so he say because of that, he's encouraging everybody to get their vaccines mask up and get tested in order to reduce the spread of the virus. time now is 5, 0, 5 and stay in the south bay. mayor sam liccardo is cracking down on. >> misdemeanors and misbehavior by city employees to cases the forefront of this. earlier this month, the san jose police officer was charged with and exposing himself to several women while on the job. also this month, a former san jose code enforcement inspector was convicted of soliciting bribes
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and extorting from massage parlor owners. mayor liccardo says that what concerns him is both of the city employees were allowed to stay on the job and continue interacting with the public long after the misconduct allegations surfaced and the investigations were under way. >> i'm interested in a focus on establishing very clear triggers. for administrative leave so that taking employees off the line where there is credible. complaint made about conduct of a criminal, a predatory nature. >> the mayor is calling on the independent police auditor and the city manager to review both of those cases that we cited. well, troubling trend called sextortion is on the rise in the bay area. one south bay teen died of suicide in late february after interacting with a cyber scammer. >> the teens mother has a message for other parents. kron four's. justin campbell has the story.
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>> they probably spent 4 or 5 hours giving you just getting to and then couple hours of pressure and he just handle the pressure. so he took his life. rather than see those pictures posted on the internet. pauline stuart says her 17 year-old son ryan last had a good head on his shoulders. he was a member of the future farmers of america and ready to a teen. washington state to late february when a cyber scam or reached out to him. stewart says the scammers posed as a woman sent ryan. a picture in ryan sent one back. >> then the scammer demanded $5,000. rian sent a fraction, but it wasn't enough. the fbi says it's called 6 torsion and they are targeting young men through social media. >> social media means everything to them. >> in lockdown and that was their way to reach kids.
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>> stewart says she had parental controls on her son's electronics. but parents must sit down with their kids. might the talk to your kids about there? what op so on and there and also let them understand that not everybody that reaches out to them is who they say they are. >> the fbi says the scammers have been traced back to africa, but for a mother in mourning, her new mission is educating other parents. >> on sextortion is we just need to make sure that we. >> educated and do all that for other people so that that they can't do it. anybody else reporting in morgan hill, justin campbell kron, 4 news. it's 5, 0, 8, right now on the peninsula university avenue in east palo alto is back open again in both directions. it was closed last night because of a rollover crash in this is video from the citizen app. you can see a car on its side there. all debris all over the road. the san mateo county sheriff's office has not said if anyone was seriously hurt
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in that accident. all right, 5, 0, 8, let's turn our attention back to the drought now because of the historic drought that we're experiencing. californians could see mandatory statewide. >> water restrictions. could everybody in the bay area's pretty used to some amount of a conservation? but the governor wants more maybe drastic measures will. tran is live with the details. hi will. that could mean? >> levying fines to people. the governor actually met with most of the leaders, water agencies across california about 2 thirds of them. and he said you got to do more because collectively we are not doing enough. i mean, actually did a report recently that said instead of conserving collectively, we are actually using more water and it is a crisis. james under area, john scher able has been all over the drought. but just to remind our viewers, the governor said january through march with the 3 driest months in california
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history, they asked for 15% water conservation. now they're looking for possibly even more. they're telling the agency's on top of possibly levying fines unless we save more. they're also saying go out there and educate the public because if this doesn't happen, he is talking about, as you mentioned, mandatory water, conservation, whatever that means. the governor says that he will circle back in about 2 months from now that talk to these water agencies to see what they are doing to get all of us to conserve water. it is so bad, guys that were just talking the average. okay. so you look at the average from the largest reservoirs at this particular point, we're 50% of just the average, not even at the top, just the average of the largest reservoirs and the snow pack, which is very important to our water table. it was only 14% of average this year. that's why they're not even saying this is a water problem. they're actually throwing the word crisis around. back to you.
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all right. thank you. will. >> 5.10, is the time. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news, california lawmakers are facing a deadline to pass several bills. we'll give you a rundown of what bills are talking about that could state or could go all together. we'll see. meanwhile, after the break, the biden administration is walking back comments from the president. we'll tell you why. what he said is stirring up a little controversy with china. and today, one of the hottest ones of the forecast. temperatures climbing well into the upper 90's, if not the triple digits for a couple of spots. 70's towards the coast of bayside areas in the 80's. >> more details are still ahead. and tracking your tuesday morning commute as you're hitting the roads this morning, we'll have an updated look at those drive times. once we get back from break.
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>> it's 5.14 and we want to give you a wildfire update. the red flag warning currently in effect comes just days after the fast-moving quail fire burned 135 acres north of fairfield. and there were evacuations briefly because of this fire. it's 100% contained now and all the evacuation orders are lifted. the warnings are gone as well and
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nobody got hurt. no reports of any structures burned or anything like that in the san ramon valley, a brush fire burned more than 90 acres around highland and camino road yesterday. cal fire first responded to this fire and it was already 25 acres when they got there. but it's contained now and they don't know the cause yet. they're investigating crews, state at the site just to make sure didn't flare up again. >> and cal fire has suspended burn permits for solano, napa and lake counties went into effect yesterday. the ban includes all outdoor residential burning of leaves and tree branches. cal fire says that there are alternate ways of getting rid of your landscaping, debris like chipping it or taking it to a waste facility. they also remind people to use their outdoor equipment responsibly like lawn mowers and weed eaters and tractors and tremors. they can all spark fires. so be really careful. specially on extremely dry days. you don't want to do in that stuff. >> here we feel like you're on fire today. that hot. we like
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i just can't it's going to feel like the deaths of summer. john, good morning. at today's the day with the fans, they don't cut is it getting to the a c where ever you need to get to and definitely checking on your neighbors that, you know, might be a little bit more susceptible to the heat. none of us are used to these temperatures. it's not fun for any of us. heat advisories across the central valley in the county and then red flag warnings as we've been seeing since yesterday and will continue to see into tomorrow. solano county seeing highs in the 90's, even triple digits for vacaville humidity below 10% winds very gusty before we even got to red flag warning territory. we have the quail fire in the hills above vacaville and now fire danger is even more critical today. and temperatures just altogether uncomfortable get to the coastline. if you do have that option or just get to see later on, if you need to get outside morning hours of the time to do so. the dog walk the jog all of it during the morning. as for vacaville,
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very much. so we're windy a spot right now. most of the bay area's actually made a very much on the calmer side today. well, vacaville fairfield conquered atlas, peak remain windy here. and that paired with the dry weather and the searing heat is no good tomorrow. we're still going to be windy for the solano county red flag warnings continue through 11:00am tomorrow. good news. here is though. tomorrow is the last of our hottest days right now, high pressure ridges built up. it's allowing temperatures to soar inland because it's really blocking any sort of coastal influence. we don't even have fog at the coastline today nor tomorrow. so even our coastal areas are tapping into some 70's for your highs both today and tomorrow. after that, a big switch up into thursday. we'll see the return of a sea breeze that comes along with the return of fog at the coast. even some misty and drizzly conditions towards thursday morning. and that cool ocean air is going to have an effect. cooling us down as much as 10 degrees for many of our inland areas from wednesday into thursday. even
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cooler yet on into the upcoming weekend. so the heat there is an end in sight to it. just a couple of days of it to get through. and then so much more comfortable stuff. some 70's, as i mentioned at the coast, daly, city and half moon bay in the mid 70's today, millbrae and burlingame low to mid 80's for you. foster city. 85. well, redwood city and to the south bay looking at highs in the 90's. san jose right at 91 today. fremont hayward up through oakland and eventually up to richmond in the 80's. well, livermore at 95 walnut creek and concord at 96 vacaville all the way up to the triple digits at 100 degrees today, antioch and fairfield that 98 santa rosa, 96 degrees. tomorrow's temperatures just as warm. but the cooldown really kicks off on thursday and will stay pretty cool after that. notably saturday, many of are spots that will be in the upper 90's to triple digits today. we'll be in the upper 70's full 20 to 30 degrees cooler for some spots right now on. thank you for
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that. well, if you are in the east bay and you're taken 24 this morning. >> heading from walnut creek down to 5.80, just under 11 minutes to make that drive. no major issues or delays. there. and it's a smooth drive for you as you're traveling into the city this morning, maze that freeman street exit. we're at around 8 minutes for your drive. slick of the san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula about 12 minutes as you're traveling there and the south bay, a little one-on-one. 85 into miller park. 28 minutes 2.37. to 18. 82 traffic is moving at the limit. a lot of those highways as well. 5, 18, 80 croghan down towards the maze. about 15 minutes darya. james, back to you. >> thank you. ran the 5.19. is the time and state lawmakers are racing against the clock now to kick off a marathon week of work. this friday marks what's called the house of origin deadline, meaning that any bill introduced in the assembly or the senate has to pass through its original house by then each chamber as hundreds of bills up for floor votes that they're going to
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try and get through this week. abortion protections are at the top of the priority list for the democratic majority in the assembly. 2 measures passed will extend abortion protections for doctors and out of state abortion patients. one of these bills prevents doctors and nurses from state punishment for helping with abortions and the other aims to shield patients and doctors from out of state lawsuits. >> we must ensure that these foreign states laws do not come into our borders. here's our abortion funds. and the women who are seeking care at risk. >> bills passed in the assembly this week will head to the senate before reaching the governor's desk later this year. >> time now is 5.20, and the white house is walking back comments that president biden made on his trip in tokyo. >> yeah, the president said that the u.s. would intervene militarily if china were to invade taiwan and those comments drew sharp response from chinese officials. alexandra limon joins us live from dc with more details. hi,
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alex. >> darya james, good morning. this is actually now the 3rd time that the administration has had to clarify president biden's comments about whether the u.s. military would intervene in taiwan. president biden is standing by his comments expressing support for taiwan. we support the one china policy report, all all that we've done the past. >> but that does not mean. >> there's not many that china has the ability has the excuse me, jurisdiction to go in and use force to take over taiwan. the administration is clarifying that the president's remarks don't express a change in u.s. policy. >> reiterated that policy and our commitment to peace and stability across the across the taiwan strait. defense secretary lloyd austin says the u.s. has a longstanding pledge to support and aid taiwan. he also highlighted
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our commitment under the taiwan relations act. the taiwan relations act says the u.s. is not required to defend taiwan militarily, but is required to ensure it has the resources to defend itself under the one china policy. the u.s. acknowledges without endorsing china's position that taiwan is part of china township continue take a spokesperson for the chinese foreign ministry expressed strong dissatisfaction and firm opposition. >> to president biden's remarks and said china will not allow any extra null forces to interfere with internal affairs. and we've now also heard from officials in taiwan who expressed gratitude and thanked president biden for his support. >> live in washington, alexandra limon, ok? thank you, alex. it's 5.22. and coming up on the kron, 4 morning news, new data from vaccine makers could help expand covid shots. >> and make them available to more. kids will tell you why. local health expert says this
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>> 5.29 right now. and the big story is how hot it's going to be today. yes, very is the general sense. we've got john with the specifics. good morning job very high just a day to stay inside this afternoon. get to some ac. find a cool place to get and enjoy the morning as much as you can because it is nice out there for the time being. there's the flag not blowing it all. you can see the bay bridge without any fog. a really nice one for the job venturing outside, maybe getting a little bit of stuff done outside before you get back inside after the sun comes up. right now we are seeing clear skies from the coast all the way inland. that's something that actually stays with us through the course of this forecast. we don't see any fog today nor
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tomorrow 50's and 60's for current temperatures. it is a nice and mild start. temperatures are going to quickly rise here matter of hours as the sun rises further in the horizon. and we're still in the midst of some windy conditions specially out to solano county still under red flag, warning out that direction. just how hot will it get? red flag warnings expire. all of it in your forecast. so that will traffic is still fairly light this morning. if you're traveling across the golden gate bridge. >> 37 to the tolls around 18 minutes for you to make that morning. drive the bay bridge now down to 8 minutes heading from the maze. 2 that fremont street exit. so the metering lights are still off at this hour. well, in the south bay, long one. 0 one. 85 menlo park. 28 minutes 2.37. to 18. no accidents or delays and highway 17. also moving at the limit. a 15 minute commute from antioch into concord. and we'll leave you with a look at the san mateo bridge about 13 minutes. 80 to one o one darya. james, back to you.
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thank you. rain for the second time in a week. we're keeping an eye on the red flag conditions in solano county. red flag conditions will continue us from now through tomorrow morning. across most of that county there was or has already been one fire reported there this past weekend with fire season arriving early this year. cal fire is asking everybody, not just those who live near. >> the current red flag conditions to really be prepared, get prepared. now. >> i think that we're really pushing is making sure that you have your defensible space around your home and also make sure your family is prepared in the event that a fire does happen near you you have your skipper out already. preplanned. you have the evacuation bag and a go with supplies like water and food. staying up for a couple of days. >> yeah. and we've got some guys on our website kron 4 dot com. if you need tips on what to put it into that go bag or on how to weather proof your home. we've got a lot of advice or for you. >> san francisco mayor london
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breed says that she is not going to purchase up 8 in this year's pride parade. that announcement comes after a decision from pride board to forbid lgbtq law enforcement to march in the parade in uniform. kron four's haaziq mod-yoon has the story. >> and a lot of san francisco's lgbtq plus officer is not being able to wear their police uniforms at this year's pride parade. the spokesperson for the san francisco police officers, pride alliance officer catherine wynter says they will not participate at all. talk about why that decision has been made. >> every one of us to be able bring authentic self every part of to pride and celebrate who they are. and not being able to wear our uniform just is. the i can see those that came before us. in fact, winter says some lgbtq members of the san francisco police department have participated in pride going back 30 years.
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>> however, that it did 2020 with the nationwide civil unrest in response to the murder of george floyd by officers at the minneapolis police department followed by covid-19 shut it down pride altogether in 2021. this year marks the return of the pride celebration. however, the executive director of sf pride explains why the pride board of directors chose not to allow officers to return in uniform this year. i think all of our society in the last 2 years have realized that we have more as far as how policing is conducted in the united states. >> especially communities of color. and so i think this is a response like all of the nation to that and say that, no, we can't go back to the way things before were before because that wasn't good. the mayor of san francisco is weighing in as well. she released a statement that reads in part, quote, i will join us to the public safety departments that are not
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participating in the pride parade. >> i've made this very hard decision in order to support those members of the lgbtq community who serve in uniform and our police department sheriff's department who have been told they could not march in uniform and in support of members of the fire department who are refusing to march out of solidarity with their public safety partners, unquote. >> well, we disappointed in the decision. we hope that we have found a compromise where they can be included in the parade. >> all right. is it? it was founded on. that is really based on the roof. the various have francisco ideals of radical inclusion has met you kron 4 news. >> well, santa rosa police have arrested a man who they say shot another man sunday night. that shooting happened on greenwich avenue right near the safeway on guerneville road. investigators say the 2 men knew each other and were sitting inside of a car when they started arguing. and that's when police say jose baltasar pulled out a gun and shot the other man. they say
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he then pushed the victim out of the car, drove away. the victim was treated for his injuries and miraculously is expected to be okay. a deadly weekend on the streets of san francisco police now investigating 2 crashes that left 3 pedestrians dead on saturday. an 82 year-old was hit near 37th avenue and fulton street right near golden gate park. and on sunday, a taxi crashed into a building near the yerba buena center killing. 31 year-old. will a henderson and 72 year-old mary henderson of florida. martin lindsay with the organization walk. san francisco says 3rd and mission streets are on the city's high injury areas. >> united states on the sidewalk. that's how things i think those things are out there. very saddened. but i was not surprised because our streets have for a long time been incredibly dangerous for pedestrians. >> and according to walk, san francisco, 10 people have been killed while walking in the streets of the city this year.
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>> time now is 5.36. and still ahead on the kron 4 morning news, a nationwide poll is finding out americans feel about the state of our nation. we're going to show you what issues are on people's minds. and after the break, there was a new report that just came out showing how much money santa clara county spends every year handling incidents involving guns. and today, a comfortable one of the coast with some 60's 70's out that way. but anything but comfortable. >> for our inland neighbors well into the 90's, even triple digit or to your forecast is ahead. >> that's traffic continues to pick up. we are keeping a close eye on those drive. times will have an updated look. once we get back from look. once we get back from break. what can i du with less asthma? with dupixent, i can du more.. catching my train...
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chavez says the county decided to examine the cost of gun violence following the 2019 shooting at the gilroy garlic festival. she said the report offers an opportunity for the county to weigh strategies for addressing gun violence. >> there are communities all over the country that have used a different kinds strategies to lower gun violence as an example in cities like philadelphia, frankly, they're finding that by cleaning up the community, you can lower gun violence. so we i think there are plenty of opportunities for us to look that aren't necessarily all very cost prohibitive for us to be able to address us. >> the santa clara county area has an enhanced gun control measure. a lot includes mandating gun owners to have liability insurance and the passed a local ordinance that prohibits possessing selling or assembling ghost guns. it's 5.41 and we'll be right back.
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>> we're back at 5.41. in the north bay. we had one neighborhood in toledo with a bear sighting. a cub. so they're getting the word out now. this was right near crest ranch park and highway 37 up in the hills. everything so cute when they're small and the viewer tells us that in
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the 20 years that they've lived there, action never heard of outlines in their neighborhood until now. and again, as a reminder, authorities say you want to secure your trash can lids. don't leave any food out. since all that can attract. there's anybody million with tahoe knows. and they i will use so cute. and then also kind of makes me very sad because, you know, coming down to they need food. mean, everybody needs water, which is a problem that yeah, and it doesn't look like we're going to beginning to any relief on that front anytime soon. we've got john with the weather morning. john. the yeah, the water woes will continue, guys. no chance of rain in this forecast. and if anything, just the opposite. its searing hot heat that we're seeing for inland areas, areas like san jose will climb into the 90's here in short order. so enjoy this morning. >> well, you've got those clear skies and those nice and relatively cool conditions for the time being really comfortable. start sunshine from the coast all the way inland. good chance to get outside before the heat of the
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afternoon. heat advisories in effect across the central valley in the county in a red flag warning for the central valley into solano as well. we're going to see another day with strong winds, really dry conditions except for upping the heat factor today. areas like vacaville up into the triple digits. you pair that with winds in vacaville at 20 to 30 miles per hour. and we do have critical fire danger. most of the bay area will be on the lighter side as far as winds go, that's going big for a nice, cool breeze right along the bay as well as along the coastline inland areas. nothing cool about that breeze, though, just a very dry conditions, windy and very, very hot conditions today. this high pressure ridge is firmly in place for now. but we are seeing a big breakup in the pattern just a couple of days away from us. and you can actually see that in future cast skies are clear from the coast all the way inland bowl today and tomorrow we're seeing any chance of cool marine air being cut off by that northwesterly wind. that changes, though, as that northwesterly wind calms and by thursday, we'll be seeing
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the return of cool ocean air. some fog along the coast. even some drizzle and mist right along those coastal areas, inland areas will see temperatures cooling 10 to 20 degrees in just one day from wednesday into thursday. so today, tomorrow or hottest days, we can expect a lot of relief after that. today's daytime highs, 70's for maybe coastal spots 80's to even 90's right along the bayshore redwood city, palo alto and mountain view each right at 90 degrees. south bay temperatures in the low 90's, san jose at 91. well, fremont on up to hayward in oakland in the 80's livermore up to concord and walnut creek in the mid-nineties triple digits for vacaville getting close in fairfield in antioch. well, santa rosa at 70 says nets 96 degrees, which 76 degrees today tomorrow, hottest of days easily after that, a noticeable cool down and much more comfortable from thursday into friday and especially into the weekend by saturday, some of our spots that will be in the upper 90's to triple
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digits today. only be in the upper 70's rain. it's a hot one out there. if you're hitting the roads right now, traffic is going to light. >> for the most part this morning and 9 minute drive making your way from the maze. 2 that fremont street exit. let's go ahead and check on the san mateo bridge as you're traveling across towards the peninsula. a little under 30 minutes to make it towards one o one. alright, crockett down towards the maze along 5.80, in 80. about 15 minutes for your morning commute. also no major delays along. 24, as you're traveling down from walnut creek to 5.80, in the south bay along one o one, 85 in low park. 31 minutes to 37. i don't see any accidents over there or hazards as you're traveling along 2.80, and highway 4.90, minute drive from any acts. one, 60 in to conquer to 42 sharia. james, back to you. >> thank you very much. rain at 5.48. is the time and americans are sharing their attitudes toward the economy. inflation, summer travel, all of that in a new nationwide poll. we've got adrian bankert
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with the numbers. >> more than 1000 registered voters participated in the poll and a clear majority said that they're being hit hard by the economy and feeling the full weight of inflation. nearly half of the voters polled in the latest news nation decision desk hq survey say they're financially worse off today than they were a year ago. that represents a 15% increase from the same question asked in april and in a time when 66% of americans asked claim that their living asked claim that their living from paycheck to paycheck just cutting back on purchases this month. a majority saying that they're eating out less traveling less and buying fewer groceries with summer travel season about to begin about 64% of voters. we spoke to said that they've canceled their vacation plans. 27 1% report modifying their plans to smaller vacations closer to home. only 7% of voters. we spoke to said that they're taking bigger vacations are more expensive vacations this year compared to previous
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years against the backdrop of the recent leak of a draft supreme court decision overturning roe v wade that 1973 ruling giving women the constitutional right to an abortion around 63% think abortion should be legal in all or most cases compared to 36% who want abortions banned in all or most cases. and finally, one of the biggest takeaways from our poll is president biden's continued slide in approval ratings with voters roughly 57% of americans registered to vote disapprove of president biden's handling of his job. that's up from 53% in april. more than half of voters say inflation is their top concern, followed by crime coronavirus and unemployment for news nation. i'm adrian bankert. it's 5.50, and the big story is the big baby formula shortage. well, pallets of it's on the way to hospitals and pharmacies. >> right now this morning, it's all part of the first phase of operation fly formula. the biden administration is teaming up
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with countries in europe to fly pallets of formula to the u.s. to help with our shortage. roughly 130 pallets of nestle infant formula got into indiana on sunday night. they came all the way from germany and that single shipment is expected to provide enough formula. take take care of 9,000 babies and 8,000 toddlers for one week. so a week's worth of food for a lot of little ones. the specialty formulas not going go to hospitals, clinics and pharmacies instead of this is now going there instead of the stores. >> i know this is a situation. for parents and caregivers who are taking care of these babies. our administration is working around the clock to ensure that there is enough safe baby formula available. >> for all who need it? >> okay. so it's not going to be going to the the hospitals will be going to the stores more than 100 pallets of
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gerber formula are also expected to arrive in the coming days here in the u.s. and all together about one and a half million bottles are set to arrive in the u.s. from europe this week. the u.s. agriculture sectors is kuz. secretary says the store shelves should return to normal. so matter of weeks when you go to the stores, you should be seeing baby for meal on the shelves for you to buy. and there is a warning for moms who have been seeking alternatives different ways to feed their babies. some new moms are turning to social media looking for milk and it sounds simple enough, but it does carry some risks. if you use a milk bank, according to the fda and the american academy of pediatrics, they say that milk is a bodily fluid and it varies from mom to mom. and also the organizations say the donors should not be suffering from any health condition that could be transferred to babies. and they also say you
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should be taking any medications if you're donating and that you should be tested for illnesses such as hiv and hepatitis. the best thing to do is talk to your doctor about what is best for you and your child, whether you are in need of a donation or you would like donate milk. >> it is 5.53 right back.
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>> 5.55, right now. let's talk because we have to our a game. >> the giants hosting the mets and. >> well, it was bad. i can't believe how bad it was. james, would you like to so everything was for it. started out. great us. a brand of property drove one over the center field wall. it was good for a 2 run blast but then top of the 3rd, the teams were tied to a piece yeah, 2 won for pete alonso and he golf's this one high and deep to left. and with that, the mets take the lead and on the lawns as 11th homer of the season. and they just kept adding to it because in the end, the giants lost. 13 to 3. wow. so, you know, he's already tied up this. they're going to do it. and then boy, did they not didn't happen. you know, this is a >> just another loss for the giants right now. you know, you like to say plenty of baseball yet when a baseball? yeah, not a lot basketball left, though. we are, you know, down to the wire. this
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is exciting. you know, the one more game and the dubs are hoping to clinch that game. 4 against the dallas mavericks and head on to the nba fined. we've got a live report on that coming up in the next hour. and you may soon see water cuts. >> as we head into the summer talk of statewide water cuts and punish and punishments as well. >> we'll have the latest governor gavin newsom has in store. plus for the first time lgbtq members of the san francisco police and sheriff's department. we're not going to be allowed to march in uniform during the annual pride parade. the response has been swift will have more on that swift will have more on that coming up. meet a future mom, swift will have more on that coming up. a first-time mom and a seasoned pro. this mom's one step closer to their new mini-van! yeah, you'll get used to it. this mom's depositing money with tools on-hand. cha ching. and this mom, well, she's setting an appointment here, so her son can get set up there and start his own financial journey. that's because these moms all have chase. smart bankers. convenient tools.
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and earn your nursing degree on your schedule. >> from the bay area's local news station. you're watching the kron. 4 morning at 6. >> good morning and thanks for waking up with us. nice and early. so you get more out of your tuesday, make of it that way games. >> and you want to wake up early because anything you need to do outside didn't want to do now. this afternoon, it's you just you're not you're not going to be inspired to get out. so how many hours you have the thing to like? you got to cook clean, maybe laundry a yard, right whatever you have to do. one of the dogs. how many hours do we have before it gets too hot for that? i'd say 3 hours. 09:00am start saying no wind down for the rest of today and then just sit on the couch and drink some cold water definitely don't do strenuous activities outside this afternoon. anyways, as


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