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we're learning about the young victims. >> from the area's local news station, you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at 7. >> good morning. and we thank you for watching. you don't have to it's strange to say that it's hard enough to report what's going on. but if you have little kids, you may not want them to watch the news today. going to try to walk you through what happened is compassionately as before we get to that, let's update you on weather traffic in case you have to leave here pretty quick. we've got john standing by with our forecast. another. >> hot weather data on yet another hot one today. but the final of the hot ones after this, we get a whole lot more comfortable and stay that way to the rest of the forecast. so get through this one. find a cool place to get to and then you don't worry about it so much anymore. your view outside looking crystal clear from the east bay all the way up to the fog really mild out there, too. current temperatures are mostly in the 60's hayward at 66 degrees.
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alameda at 68. well, brentwood, you're a little warm pocket over there. he degrees right some 50's mixed in there as well. hardly even need a light jacket this morning. that will be the farthest thing from your mind later on today. still breezy up in solano county still under red flag warning through 11:00am. i'll be talking all the changes in your forecast. still ahead, john, thank you for that. we do have an accident. this is a long 5.80, so westbound just east of a tv or. >> so if you're traveling crockett down towards the maze, about 25 minutes, you can see 5 a's a little backed up 20 minute drive. once you hit the may's to make it into the city to that freeman street exit, we have a traffic hazard on the san mateo bridge right near the tolls. so that drive time has gone up by 5 minutes. a 20 minute drive to make it from 80 to one on one and in the south bay. 38 minutes about an 8 minute uptick you're traveling along one. 0, one. 85 in to menlo park darya. james, back to you. thank you. ran a 71. so let's get to the latest developments out of texas where well, the whole nation
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is mourning and focused on what happened there yet again, another massacre of children at a school by a lone gunman. 19 children killed to teachers as well. >> mary beth mcdade has the very latest on the situation this morning. >> it is unimaginable. be agonizing for the families of the 19 little children who were killed inside this war. behind me, we have learned many of those families are now having to give dna samples to help identify the bodies. >> this morning uvalde texas and the nation waits to learn what motivated and 18 year-old gunman to kill 19 children and 2 adults at robb elementary school. new video allegedly shows that gunman outside the school in all black running inside carrying what looks like a rifle. police say he was wearing body armor. i've got some friends. >> they're looking for their sons and stuff. said it hurts.
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>> the shooting started around 11, 30 tuesday. police say the gunman first got into a fight with his grandma and then shot her. he then drove to the school, crashing his truck near the school, then heading inside where he went classroom to classroom, according to local officials at that point, started shooting children, teachers, anybody that was in his way, he was shooting. >> every single person that was in front of him. >> 2 police officers exchanged gunfire with the shooter. both were shot and injured, but it's not clear where the exchange happened. police flooded school grounds as the shooter barricaded himself in the elementary school where he was shot and killed by a border patrol agent. law enforcement says he acted alone and they are investigating several social media posts that may have hinted at an attack, including this post which shows 2 guns that police believe were used in the shooting. they are now tracing the weapons gathering evidence and contacting family members.
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>> and we're learning that a 4th grade teacher has been identified as one of victims uval.e brian entin. newsnation. >> all right. thank you very much, brian. as for ramos is grandmother, a sergeant with the texas department of public safety confirmed last night that she was in critical condition at a hospital. we're working to find out if there's any update on her condition this morning. and lawmakers in washington are responding, angry, outraged about this latest mass shooting. you know, what can be done? will anything get done? democrats are once again calling for gun reform. we've got alexandra limon standing by in dc with more. >> good morning. democrats, including president biden are calling for gun control measures they say could help the gun violence problem in this country. but already it seems like there's little desire for that among republicans. >> the massacre at an elementary school in uvalde, texas is the deadliest school shooting since sandy hook. now
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president biden is calling on congress to do more than express thoughts and prayers when in god's name. we're going to stand up to the gun lobby. connecticut senator chris murphy made an impassioned plea for republican senators to support gun control measures he says are common sense. what do you go through all the hassle? of getting this job? if your answer. >> is that is the slaughter increases as our kids run for their lives. we do nothing and it appears all eyes turn to republican senators after the shooting. when are we going to do something? golden state warriors head coach steve kerr. >> used his press conference to implore republican senators to support measures like universal background checks. are you going to put your own? >> desire for power ahead of the lives of our children and our elderly and our church goers because that's what it looks like every time there's that comes up.
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>> it wouldn't good. and oklahoma senator jim inhofe wasn't alone in dismissing the idea of gun reform. texas senator ted cruz said in an interview that such restrictions don't work and he pushed for more armed law enforcement at schools. instead, indiana senator mike braun said he's open to finding common ground including solutions not related to gun control is generally mental illness factor to it. >> for years, democrats have been pushing for measures like universal background checks and renewing the federal assault weapons ban. >> but those measures have failed to get enough support to become law in washington. alexandra limon. >> after what happened now in east bay, parents and students are going to notice we're shipping sheriff's deputies that is around the campus is in contra costa county because they want to prevent something from happening and at least offer some peace of mind. some comfort to the parents of kids here that are dropping their kids off at school. kron four's will tran has been
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following. >> that side of this very human side of this story will. >> very personal side. i mean, i'm seeing some teachers at this particular school show up as well. so it's not just the parents. of course, the teachers are terrified. oftentimes they are the front line of defense. and we just heard some stories about some teachers sacrificing their lives to protect their kids this particular school. you can see the flag at half-staff and it's going to be not just here but across the country all the way through saturday as the nation once again remembers victims of another mass shooting. this time, obviously involves kids and teachers. so it it's personal to the school districts and the teachers. so take a look at your screen. there are a lot of people sending thoughts out. but the contra costa county sheriff's department sending more than thoughts. they're sending deputies as well. so this is what they tweeted out late last night may say on behalf of the contra costa sheriff's office,
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our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the uvalde texas school shooting victims. our thoughts are also with the community and first responders. although there are no known threats in contra costa sheriff's office jurisdiction, i have ordered additional patrols all around our schools. so the key word is patrols. so they're not going to be stationed right in front of the school. not all the time. sometimes they'll stop. they'll walk around. but there's so many schools in contra costa county that they will be doing patrols. they will show a heavier presence. >> i also can tell you a lot of teachers, administrators as standard practice these days whenever they're free, there will also be in front there. also walk the hallways just to make sure that everybody is safe and just a reminder, there is no credible threat to any schools in contra costa county or the bay area to keep in mind, we woke up yesterday. there was also no credible threat to rob elementary, which is why i probably will speak for all parents out there. we're all terrified
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this morning. >> and thank you will. and we, of course, will continue to follow the developments of this story through our broadcast here and online throughout the day on our website. kron 4 dot com. so make sure you stay updated on this. just scanning the qr code will take you right to that section kron 4 dot com. >> time now 7, 0, 9, and the state legislature is one step closer to banning police departments from using the dna of assault victims in other criminal investigation. yeah, the bill banning the practice now heads the assembly where it is expected to pass. >> kron 4 sarah stinson is following the progress of it from the newsroom. good morning, sarah. >> that's right. this is a huge step for the assault victims acted passed in the senate unanimously and it will now head to the assembly for a policy committee hearing. now, this bill, it aims to protect assault survivors by prohibiting the use of dna profiles collected from victims by police for any
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other purpose than to identify the attacker. meaning police can not use the victim's dna from a rape kit to later connect them to another crime. this bill was put together by senator scott wiener and assemblymember phil ting san francisco district attorney chesa boudin has sponsored this bill along with another organization. this bill came about after it was discovered in san francisco that assault survivors, dna was being used against them and other unrelated crimes. the assault victims act would stop this from happening across the state. sen wiener says it's already hard enough for survivors to come forward and undergo these invasive rape kits. so he says the last thing they need is to have fear that that this would be used against them in the future. assaults are significantly underreported, fewer than a quarter of survivors come forward to police of those survivors. only a small percentage undergo that dna could collection. now there's already a federal law prohibiting the inclusion of
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victims, dna, the national tea in a system. but there's no california state law to prohibit victim's dna from being entered into local law enforcement agencies. databases. now, this legislation would remedy that and so far it's received nothing but bipartisan support. i'm sarah stinson reporting live in the newsroom. back to you. >> thank you very much, sara. time now, 7.11 and still ahead on the ground for morning news here, we are going into memorial day weekend. a lot of people are going to be filling are up and boy, is it costing you? we're going to tell you what the president is trying to do to bring gas prices down. >> and today is going to be the last of our hot get through today. big relief in sight at the coastline today. another comfortable one enjoyed at the coast because it's your last sunny day before somebody gets here tomorrow, inland areas back to the 90's, even triple digit or 2 before we really cool down thursday. your forecast ahead. >> and before you hit the road on this wednesday morning, we are seeing a few delays out there. we'll tell you about
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>> some 14 right now on the 4. sure was yesterday. but quickly before we toss the judges and wish my son shaq a happy birthday today. jack, how old is he turning 17? 17, a good age. absolutely. anyway, it's going to be hot. what i guess for jacket school and for everybody else. happy birthday, jack. and a nice one to be getting outside, enjoying some sunshine. maybe a little closer to the coast. if you guys have the chance, a half moon bay just looks absolutely gorgeous. this morning. >> get out there. enjoy a nice cool. feel to it today with highs in the 60's out there inland areas. nothing cool about it. still, we're still going to be in the 90's, even triple digit or 2 out towards vacaville sunshine all across the bay today, still breezy
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out towards vacaville and fairfield, their hottest spot summer windiest spots too. we do have a red flag warning in effect through 11:00am after that, we are going to see still some heightened fire danger, but a little less critical of conditions, especially as we cool down tomorrow. high pressure ridge moving out of the region in the low moving in. this is not just going to allow some cooler air to push in, but also that ocean breeze to pick up. and that's going to draw some fog and come tomorrow morning right along the coastline. so tomorrow is going to be cooler, but also going to be a little grayer at the start of the day, especially if you're out towards the ocean. now, as far as today is concerned, we're back to another hot one, a little cooler for areas closer to the water for san francisco, you'll avoid the 80's today hanging out in the 70's. really beautiful day in the city. temperatures on the peninsula. really nice to once you hit redwood city and get down into the south bay, you're still hot highs well into the 90's. 90's as well for inland areas, even fremont right at 90 degrees. cool down for oakland, berkeley and
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richmond. you're tapping into some ocean cool there. and temperatures fall into the 70's. not quite yet for danville, walnut creek or conquer. those still in the mid 90's, antioch at 99 in vacaville all the way up to 100 degrees. still santa rosa down through nevado in the 90's. look at your forecast ahead of us. gets a whole lot more comfortable after today. this is such good news for memorial day weekend. now, fire danger is still going to be high, but at least we're not searing hot for it. highs falling into the upper 70's at our warmest by saturday and sunday reyna. john, thank you for that little. we have a 20 minute delay now. this is on a >> bart between macarthur and 12 street and oakland city center. and this is in all directions. now have some equipment issues going on. so we're closely keeping an eye on that. we had a major delay now. they've got that down to 20 minutes. there. a 21 minute drive traveling into the city may that fremont street exit. so traffic is steadily been building for the past few hours. a 90 minute drive because we do have a traffic hazard along the san mateo bridge right near the toll
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plaza. so if you're traveling from a 80 to one o one, just factor that into your morning commute. a 28 minute drive from crockett down towards the maze of an accident right there. 5.80, westbound just east of 80 west. so things have been impacted because of that 20 women to drive doubling down to fremont along 6.80, checking on southbound side. we're seeing some slowing there. northbound side moving along. nicely darya. james, back to you. thanks a lot. it is 7.18, for your money this morning. the ftc has launched an investigation into the infant formula makers because we've had that nationwide shortage and cars in the u.s. our older than ever. jane king is live at the nasdaq with those jurors. jane, i was just talking about mile car >> i think you know, it still runs have salute lee. so for a 5th straight year, the typical car you'll see on the street is getting older. now, 12.2 years on average. now this can
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least partially be attributed to a lack of parts to make new vehicles for computer chips to battery materials. and the federal trade commission is launching an investigation into whether mergers in the baby formula industry contributed to the current shortage. the ftc said it would use the full force of the law against people or businesses that take advantage of the shortage by price gouging parents. now, therefore, manufacturers, abbott mead johnson, nestle, a parent go to control about 90% of us baby formula market. and that supply chain is easily disrupt with one plant goes offline, will form will pay 19 million dollars to a handful of states, including california to resolve allegations it falsely advertised fuel economy and payload capacity for some hybrids of pickup trucks. the multistate settlement covers 2013 14 c max hybrids and the 2011 2014 super duty pickup trucks and a study finds nearly one in 5 amazon delivery driver suffered an injury last year. the strategic organizing center says amazon's delivery
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operations had escalating injury incidents driving by what they say were punishing quotas and pressure to get the packages to their destinations as quickly as possible. live from the nasdaq market site. i'm jane king. back to you during. all right. thanks alleging. >> well, as gas prices reached another record high this week, the white house is now scrambling to try to bring down those prices before most of us hit the roads this weekend for memorial day. we've got and working with more on that story. >> with gas prices and the cost of diesel fuel reaching record highs. the administration now says they're considering tapping into the nation's emergency diesel reserve. the average price per gallon is around $4.60 for diesel. 5 $1 and $0.55. the president. >> has not taken any tools off of the table on tuesday. secretary of energy, jennifer granholm toward the nation's strategic petroleum reserve in louisiana.
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>> which following president biden's direction is releasing 1 million barrels of crude oil every day for the next 6 months so that we can helped us do our part to stabilize. >> the that >> mismatch between supply and demand globally. but the price at the pump is only expected to keep climbing. it's all because of biden's policies. california republican kevin mccarthy says americans are paying the price because the trucks, trains and boats used to deliver products all run on diesel. everything you buy it cost more because of the transportation and with diesel supplies running low on the east coast, the biden administration is now considering tapping a rarely used diesel reserve as the short term solution. >> and the administration is under pressure to act fast with more than 39 million people expected to travel next pweekend. increasing the deman for fuel. for now in washington, i'm anna wiernicki. back to you.
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>> 7.21 is the time and here's a look at where bay area gas prices are right now east, according to triple a on average, napa has the highest price at the moment with about 6.31 a gallon. san francisco just behind it at 6.30. and then the numbers decrease as you head down the list. the cheapest gas looks to be down in or out in the fairfield area 6, 0, 7, chief chief, i the least expensive least ridiculous. that's that's where you'll find. all right, 7.22. is the time. we'll take a break. coming up on the kron 4 morning news. a case of monkeypox. >> could potentially be here in california. we'll tell you what we're learning about that possible diagnosis. we'll be right back.
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>> 7.25 or your health this morning. the state health department is now investigating its first suspected case of monkeypox in
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the sacramento county. a man in travel to europe and returned and they think he has monkeypox. they're trying to confirm that. now there are fewer than a dozen now confirmed or suspected cases in the u.s.. but that number is expected to grow. doctors say that monkeypox can be transmitted from an infected person through source to another person through prolong skin to skin contact through bodily fluids or through respiratory droplets. >> simple rules of somebody doing the intimate with them. if somebody has a card teresa grass, you help have that report. and i know the contact tracing none. the rash, though. >> the rash sometimes doesn't care for 2 weeks. so think about that. you could be spreading. and i most people do recover, though, within 2 to 4 weeks without any treatment. >> and just ahead, bay area sports teams are reacting to the mass shooting at a school in texas. coming up with the
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>> 7.29 right now and we are checking out the weather gorgeous. a little on the hot but who's complaining? >> today, but we've got john
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here talking about how it looks like the hot temperatures won't last much beyond today, which is good news, john. yes, that's definitely good news. we just got through a few days of the heat, said we've got one more of them and then relief and steady. really fat that through memorial day weekend, all the way into the start of next week. that's going to be really nice. golden gate bridge. sure does. look beautiful today. today is going to be a gorgeous one out along the coastline where you're going to see a lot of sunshine and are most comfortable of temperatures really comfortable out there already with pacific at 62. >> same for sf. oakland. you're at 65 right now. san jose in concord at 67, he pocket out there towards brentwood at 80 degrees currently in pittsburgh at 72 degrees. temperatures are quickly going to rise again today. so get some outdoor activities out of the way while we're still cool and just know that as your sweat and this afternoon that there is relief just around the corner, fire danger does remain high because of some breezy conditions inland. i'll talk more about what the holiday weekend is going to offer us. still to come right
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now, looking forward to that relief, john, hopefully come hypes pretty soon. >> well, if you're traveling along 5, 18, 80 crockett down towards the maze. 30 minutes for your drive. we had an earlier accident near 5.80, just east of 80 west. that is clear. thankfully now it may so that from a street exit about 25 minutes as you're traveling into the city this morning, no accidents or hazards contributing to that delay. a 14 minute ride out of richmond heading across towards san rafale. so the sandra fell bridge is picking up along of the south bay. 44 minutes, last time we checked in, we are at 38 as you're heading into park, the highway for antioch, traveling to conquer to 40 to about 40 minutes. daria. james, back to you. 7.31. right now. and let's get back to our developing story in texas once again, america waking up to >> grief, anger, be on sadness as more children were killed in school, another mass shooting? yeah. an 18 year-old man opened fire at an elementary school. 19 children
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killed to teachers as well. and this comes as the elementary school was getting ready. >> to wrap up the school year, teachers, students, parents were looking forward to the summer break and now they're dealing with this. mary beth mcdade has the latest. >> has surfaced allegedly showing suspected gunman. >> 18 year-old salvador ramos entering robb elementary in uvalde, texas. >> police say armed with a rifle and handgun and wearing body armor. >> authorities say after entering the school which was filled with some 600nd 3rd and 4th graders, he unleashed a bloodied massacre around 11:30am, killing at least 19 students and 2 teachers and injuring numerous others. again, my heart was broken today. >> a small community. >> what we need your prayers to get us through this. authorities say got into some domestic incident with his grandmother earlier in the day at their home and shot her. the uvalde high school student then allegedly fled the scene
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and crashed his truck near the elementary school. a witness describes what he saw seem justice. it's to jump the sense he had a backpack. and you know, this. >> he had a rifle. >> there was a massive response of law enforcement that flocked to the school. they got into a gun battle with the suspect before killing him. let me assure you. >> the intruder is deceased and we're not actively looking for another individual or any other suspects in this case. meantime, worried parents rushed to the scene searching for answers. >> trying to find out if their child was dead or alive. nobody's telling me anything. >> always telling any time anything. and one of the parents are saying that there's kids possibly held at the funeral home. >> a texas state senator says the suspect recently purchased 2 assault rifles on his 18th birthday. >> however, it's not clear if they were used in the mass shooting. investigators are looking at many things, including his social media accounts. >> there are pictures of guns and ammunition on what's
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believed to be as instagram page and a warning saying kids be scared. they're also looking into whether he sent cryptic instagram message to a random teenage girl. los angeles saying he wanted to share a little secret. meantime, investigators have been combing through his gray ford f one, 50. >> well, her says are seen arriving at the school. >> well, that was mary beth mcdade reporting. as for almost as grandmother, we heard from a sergeant with the texas department of public safety last night confirm that she was at that point in critical condition at the hospital. we're still trying to find out if there's any sort of update on her condition this morning. >> we are being held hostage by 50 senators. in washington who refused to even put it to a vote despite what we the american people want. they won't vote on it because they want to hold on to their own power. it's but not enough. >> steve kerr starting and
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ending his pre-game press conference talking about this shooting, his frustration over the fact that mass shooting just keep happening gun obviously something he's very passionate about and gun reform as well as you saw condemning. >> what happened there at the school and condemning congress for up to now, still not putting in place what he would view as common sense gun legislation. ali, other various sports teams are also reacting to what happened in texas conference. camila barco is live in san francisco with the story. >> deiah james. a lot of emotions there from warriors head coach steve kerr. he was frustrated. he was angry. also holding back tears at scene. he did not talk about basketball yesterday before big game. instead, he made an emotional plea for gun control following the mass shooting at the elementary school in uvalde, texas before game 4. there was a moment of silence at the american airlines
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center. >> to mourn the 21 lives lost at the elementary school coach kerr and the warriors joined in on that moment of silence just before they faced the dallas mavericks and before the game, kerr talked for about 3 minutes to reporters saying that is enough. he called on lawmakers to mandate background checks for gun purchases. he like i said, spoke to reporters as does steph curry. here's what they had to say. >> when are we going to do something? i'm tired i'm so tired of getting up here and offering condolences to. devastated families that are out there. i'm so tired of the excuse me. i'm sorry. i'm tired of moments of silence enough. well, i ask you, mitch mcconnell, ask all of you senators who refused to do anything about the violence and school shootings and supermarket shootings. i ask you, are you going to put your
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own desire for power ahead of the lives of our children and our elderly and our church goers because that's what it looks like. i got center of the school every day. drop them off. >> and you feel for the parents that >> you know, going through what they're going through. i even imagine the pain. so for coach to come up here and say what said and everywhere that he said was powerful as >> now the san francisco giants and the oakland a's also went on to play yesterday, but not before holding a moment of silence for the victims in texas as well as those who lost their lives in the recent mass shooting in buffalo, new york that left 10 dead. now the san francisco forty-niners also reacted to the news out of texas offering their condolences and prayers to the victims and families. >> the excuse me in in a
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tweet, the organization went on to say that there needs to be, quote, real change when it comes to darya james, a lot of reaction from bay area sports team throughout the morning. we'll be hearing from warriors head coach steve kerr. >> about talking about the mass shooting that happened in texas as well as his emotional plea to make some changes when it comes to purchasing firearms. back to you guys. all right. thank you. camila. >> well, in a related story, a vigil is going to be held to remember the victims of the texas mass shootings at the foster city recreation center tonight. as you can see on the screen, it's going to be the leo j ryon memorial park set to get underway at 7.30, this morning out by the centers gazebo. everybody is invited and they will provide battery operated candles for you to use during that memorial. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. do you know your evacuation zone in case of an emergency? well, we're going
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>> 7.41 is the time. a plot to assassinate former president george w bush has been uncovered by the fbi. so behind it, operatives they say were from the islamic state. federal authorities say the group wanted to target the former president as revenge for the iraq war. the fbi ultimately arrested in ohio
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residents who was also an iraqi national. investigators say that he wanted to smuggle people into the country to murder the former president on behalf of isis. in fact, the fbi says he traveled to dallas this past february to surveil the president at his home. there. now, this person a rested. enter the say legally in 2020 and applied for political asylum began their investigation as an immigration or visa fraud case but realize this was something much more serious when the threat against the former president was discovered. time now 7.42. we'll be right back.
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>> 7.45? and comes to wildfires knowing what evacuation zone you are in could be a matter of life and death. and there's a new software program to help you remember a cropper theresa stasi takes a look. >> implication of zone haven and san mateo county was the first to implement it was really predicated on this idea that evacuations didn't have to be a kind of constructed in the heat of the moment. >> jonathan is the deputy fire chief of san mateo calif fire division working in the fire service for decades. he has seen firsthand the horror of
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wildfires and the chaos that can bring to a community. that is why he says the program called zone haven can be so helpful. >> this is really important because the dispatchers are getting 9-1-1. calls the public wants to know the zone that are back. you waited and even first responders that are coming into the zones want to know which areas are evacuating, which are. >> so that was really the idea behind zone haven. and it's really groans grown from their explains that zone haven is a natural software program that assigns numbers to areas and communities using it. hence the catch phrase, know your zone a in the past. what would have a big out the future ensure peace? >> and then try to communicate sharp minds to the public. so first, 4 months of huge to organizing evacuation. ryan gregory is in napa county supervisor. gregory says county residents are still getting used to their numbers. body says that the zone concept. >> provides much clear
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communication. it simplifies things in it. so it over public safety people to look at the same sheet of music. but most importantly allows the public to see the same sheet of music. so you can look at a map and see it would be. baker cohn is with marine county office of emergency services. >> he and the others say that knowing your zone is not replacing other forms of critical communications but rather complimenting was already there. all of the officials say the bottom line is trying to do all that can be done to save lives and property, especially as wildfire season shifts into high gear 100%. that's what we're always looking to do. how do we save more lives and protect more property? and this is just the latest kind of integration of technology and using it to our advantage. theresa kron, 4 news. >> all part of living in california. unfortunately, wildfires and the gets the worse and worse every year. it seems. and this year looks like just off to a off to a hot start, not even summer yet. and i really feel for people who are working outside
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yesterday and again today, it's going to be hot job. yeah, it's a tough one to be out there during the afternoon. hopefully the boss is letting you get a little extra early because working out there right now is a okay. it's later in the day or it's not so fun anymore. san jose looks beautiful. still feels really good out there. you're hanging out in the 60's this morning before we work our way back into the 90's for san jose in the inland east bay as well as parts of the north bay. later on today, coastal areas will be cool and clear. today's the last really nice day to get out to the coast before return of some cloud cover and fog tomorrow. still windy, especially for inland areas. and that is resulting in that red flag warning still in effect through 11:00am. so fire danger is still very critical. and even as we cool down over the next several days, it's still something you want a highly consider just how high fire danger is as we work our way into the holiday weekend, a weekend that does get a lot more comfortable as this high pressure ridge. there its way to the east and this cold front pushes its way in this is going to allow is a
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very significant cool down. not just a cooler air mass in place, but also the return of fog. as i mentioned right at the coast tomorrow, some coastal drizzle. you'll notice some wet roadways right along the pacific tomorrow. you won't see that along the bay nor further inland. but you will notice how much cooler temperatures will be as we move into your thursday as compared to today, which is going to be obviously another hot one as we're talking about. here's the numbers for san francisco now as hot as yesterday, but a comfortable one in the 70's, mostly 60's right along the coastline and temperatures along the bay shore, mostly back into the 80's today. 90's remain from redwood city south into the south bay where you won't see any difference from yesterday. still hot, just as you will also be in the inland east bay a little cooler for oakland, berkeley and richmond. you're tapping into that cool sea breeze already. well, antioch, no sea breeze for you at 99. vacaville at 100 degrees a little cooler at 86 santa rosa
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petaluma and nevado still in the 90's. tomorrow temperatures plummet down from the upper 90's inland to just the low 80's by thursday and friday, saturday and sunday. get even cooler yet for the holiday weekend. maxing out only in the upper 70's. and as you take to the skies today, obviously you shouldn't have to be weather issues there as a foe. we're actually pretty calm at the airport right now, too. so everything is going along just fine tomorrow. if you have some we will have some fog. so be keeping an eye on. if you have any issues towards thursday, rain. >> great news. it was at the same news for the grounds because you we are seeing delays out there on this wednesday morning. up to 40 minutes for your drive from antioch, into concord's to 42. now when she reached the maze heading into the city this morning about 23 minutes for your drive. as you're traveling into the city, the san mateo bridge, we had a traffic hazard on the bridge there. 31 minutes for your
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drivers are making it from 8.80 to one o one. so traffic has certainly been building along the san mateo bridge as well. 53 minutes if you're in the south bay, traveling along, want to watch from 85 in to menlo to 80. not that delayed this morning highway. 24 wannacry down to 5.80, around 14 minutes for you as you're traveling there. and let's check on 6.80, let doubling down to fremont. 21 minutes and 8.80, of southbound definitely seen delays, although hey, we're down to fremont northbound. no issues. story of james, back to you. >> thank you very much. 7.51. is the time the warriors are going to have to wait just a little bit longer. if they want to punch their ticket to the nba finals. the mavericks took game 4. in fact, they took control of it pretty early on. dallas had a 15 point lead at halftime. in the 3rd, they extended that lead to 29 points. now in the 4th quarter got kind of interesting because the warriors bench mounted a comeback. in fact, they shaved the mavericks lead to just 8 points in the final few
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minutes. but in the end, it was still the mavericks with the win final score. one, 19 to one. 0, 9, and here's steph curry talking about it after the game. >> that confidence start early. we really do nothing to. to slow it down. and then that's where the avalanche a good lesson learned terms of you said that you had because they name a lot of shots. we had a couple of breakdowns and our our zone gave them easy. looks. >> yeah. game 5. the western conference finals is set for tomorrow. tipoff is at 06:00pm at the chase center. >> and now to football. the forty-niners back in action for organized team activities. and it was the first good look at trey lance since last season. these workouts are voluntary. jimmy g and deebo samuel were there. but the day was all about trey. he says that he's trying to make the most of these workouts. >> sure across state who i mean, there's not really anything we're going to go out change or delete or add on day
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2 are going through it and a lot of new but i'm sure you get better at everything i do. you know, from from day one to wire money out as we get me 7 on 7 periods. whatever we get to, i'm trying get every single set. >> forty-niners play their first regular season game on august. 12th 72 will be right back. i'm dan o'dowd and i approved this message. elon musk promised to pay a million customers $30,000 a year if they bought his car. they bought his car. so, where's their money?
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he promised customers if they bought his car, its value would increase to $200,000. they bought his car. so, where's their money? he promised investors if they bought his stock, they would get $50 billion a year in profits from robotaxis. they bought his stock. so, where's their money? and he told investors tesla was worth $1 trillion by claiming tesla was the leader in driverless robotaxi technology. but tesla doesn't have driverless robotaxi technology. tesla's full self-driving software requires a driver! many other companies have already deployed driverless robotaxis that are way ahead of tesla's. so where's the investors' money? in the last year, elon musk pulled $48 billion out of tesla, seven times the profits they've ever made. his ceo compensation was 1,000 times
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the average for a fortune 500 ceo. elon, is your full self-driving software just a trillion-dollar ponzi scheme? did you become the wealthiest man in history by swindling customers and investors? i'm dan o'dowd and i'm running for u.s. senate because congress needs to shut down elon musk's full self-driving fiasco. someone needs to stand up to him. meet apartment 2a, 2b and 2c. 2a's monitoring his money with a simple text. like what you see abe? yes! 2b's covered with zero overdraft fees when he overdraws his account by fifty bucks or less. and 2c, well, she's not going to let a lost card get her stressed. am i right? that's right. that's because these neighbors all have chase. alerts that help check. tools that help protect. one bank that puts you in control. chase. make more of what's yours.
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>> 7.55 is the t me pacifica police are looking for a driver who hit and injured an 8 year-old boy and then took off the crash happened about 4.30, last thursday afternoon on manor drive right near monterey road. police say the child had chased a ball out into the street when the car struck him. now the boy was treated for his injuries at the hospital and has since been released. so he'll recover. but the car involved again, the driver sped off is described as a silver honda accord or something similar was last seen going west on matter. drop if you have any information that might help police let them know. >> it's 7.56. and coming up on the kron, 4 morning news, we're going to give you the very latest on what happened in texas. the school massacre. count continues as we're watching this or injured already. we know that 19 children have died and 2 teachers. we have reaction from lawmakers and from bay area sports teams. >> and contra costa county sheriffs are increasing their patrols in light of what
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happened in texas. we'll take a look at that. and then california, the senate just passed a bill that would protect assault victims will tell you how it works. [ indistinct conversations ] ♪ hey, class. this is lily. ♪ when you see things differently, you can be the difference. welcome. capella university looks at education differently. our flexpath learning format helps you control the pace and cost of your master's degree. make your difference with capella university.
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>> enough is enough. is enough. as a nation. >> to have the courage to take
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action. >> vice president kamala harris sharing her sentiments that many are also feeling this morning following the murder of 19 children and 2 teachers at a texas elementary school this morning. we're following the latest on the investigation and what we're learning about the young victims. >> from the area's local news station, you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at >> good morning. it's a day when it's hard to hear the news. hard to do. the news. >> and you may not want to watch the news, especially if you have little kids, but we have a lot of information about what happened in texas on the very latest on that now. so that's coming up in a moment. firstly, though, let's get a check of weather and traffic. we're going to start off in the weather center. john, talking about another. >> hot day today. good morning, john. yeah, last of our hottest days, guys after this. we're in for a nice cool down for the rest of our forecast. so get through this afternoon. get yourself to a cool spot. >> that he can breathe easy for the rest of the week.


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