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>> now at 3 o'clock, what motivated an 18 year-old gunman to murder 19 children and 2 teachers at an elementary school in texas. >> what we know now about the disturbing clues of what was to come. plus, we're learning more about the young victims of the shooting and the teacher. try to protect them. >> from the area's local news station. this is kron. 4 news at 3. there's no words to anybody shouting come up here doing. to hear those broken hearts. >> now it's 3 o'clock evil swept across uvalde yesterday.
that's how texas governor greg abbott describes the horror at rob middle school where a gunman shot and killed more than a dozen children and killed 2 educators. what we're learning now about the victims in the moments before the shooter opened fire. thank you so much for joining us here during kron. 4 news at 3 o'clock today. i'm justine waldman. 21 families are forever changed because of yesterday's senseless tragedy. details are going to continue to come in over the coming days. but here's what we know so far was in a news conference today that governor abbott said that the alleged gunman posted his plans to, quote, shoot up an elementary school on social media. just minutes before the attack. we also know today that all of the victims were killed inside of one classroom. 17 other people were also injured. many of them are still in the hospital right now. and this is a tightly knit small texas community and is reeling today from this tragedy. there are many unanswered questions that are still out there and our correspondent brian entin is in uvalde with the latest.
they should have been celebrating their final days of the school year. but authorities say 19 4th graders on the same class. >> were shot and killed by 18 year-old salvador ramos. they say he barricaded himself in the classroom, killing the children and their 2 teachers after shooting his grandmother in the face. >> someone who is. demented. as it takes to kill little kids. it goes beyond. seems to me a mental health issue with that. that is the sheer face of evil itself. one day after the horrific shooting, a new timeline is emerging. texas governor greg abbott says there were warning signs on social media starting 30 minutes before the attack. >> he called them posts a communications person for facebook's parent company says they were direct messages. the first said i'm going to shoot my grandmother. the second i shot my grandmother and ramos. his final message said i'm going to shoot an elementary
school. >> this is the shooter's house behind me. it's just a couple of blocks away from elementary school. you can see the fbi has the road closed off. >> agents have been going in and out all day and neighbors tell us the shooter was recently suspended from high school. do you know why he would have shot his grandma? >> i think you started arguing with he had just like i say, he would his so that our >> that most. his neighbor, joseph moreno, was interviewed by the fbi today. he says ramos is live with his grandparents since recently after having a falling out with his mother. moreno says ramos was bullied because of the way he talked. >> it just >> did they wouldn't accept the way you want? >> to patients with the he that when the point of being what you need to buy the lips.
>> couldn't. we less. i mean, our governor abbott says moreno had no known prior history of mental illness and no known criminal history. >> before committing one of the most deadly school shootings in u.s. history. >> he is one weapon which was an ar 15. using to 23 rounds. >> as brian entin reporting for us and thursday was supposed to be the last day of school for robb elementary and instead of making summer plans, families are now planning funerals. and we're learning. about some of the victims. the first victim's identity we learned about was even more ellis, who was a 4th grade teachei and reportedly died protecting her students. she taught at robb elementary for 17 years. she leaves behind a husband and her daughter her co-teacher or garcia was also killed in the attack. she had been teaching at the school for 23 years and was a mother of 4 children. the first child's death that we've learned about was a 10
year-old xavier lopez just in 4th grade. his mom. had just been with him at school hours before edna ward ceremony. there's also 10 year-old nevada bravo who lost her life. and you say garcia is the youngest victim. he. it was only 8 years old. and family members say that he loves school gaming and playing basketball with his friends. there's 10 year-old leanna garcia who died. she's been described as a doll. and we're learning more about these victims as more information comes into our newsroom and we will continue to share their stories with you. they all of their memories be a blessing. so back here in the bay area, tension remains high as parents were dropping off their kids and picking them up at school. at this moment, there is no credible threat at any school in the bay area. still, though, police departments and sheriff's offices across the bay area are stepping up patrols at local schools. families that
we spoke with at one east bay school. tell us this is not the first time that they've had to deal with this type of situation and it can be tough to explain these types of tragedies to their young kids. >> unfortunately, we've you know, had to have that in the past i try not to over talk it because i don't want to make my child nervous, you know, and worry about going to school every day. >> teachers and administration or administrators. make an effort to be outside and be visible for families in the days to come. just let your kids know that they're safe and that you love them in fremont hopkins junior high school posted this picture on twitter today. this is the school's way of remembering the victims of the texas school shooting. there are 19 red, blue and yellow chairs for the children killed 2 green chairs to honor the teachers who tried to protect them from that gunfire. there's a vigil being held to remember the victims of the texas school mass shooting at the foster city recreation
center tonight will be at the leo j ryon memorial park will get underway about 7.30, at the gazebo. everyone is invited to attend and battery operated candles will be provided. and now governor gavin newsom is calling on state lawmakers to work on sending more gun control related bills to his desk. governor newsom made this announcement today in an effort to fast track gun laws currently under consideration in the state legislature. newsom says he wants to sign those bills by the end of the month. and this is coming after the governor called out republicans yesterday for inaction on the issue of gun control saying the party, quote, will do a thing. governor newsom also took aim at texas governor greg abbott. >> i wasn't even going to bring him up. but governor abbott just name check the state of california. i would caution him. from doing that. particularly. and you just go to the cdc web site. and look
at that gun murder rate in 2020. that was 67% higher. and the state of california in 2020. >> and just days before the mass shooting in texas committed by an 18 year-old a federal appeals court struck down a california law that banned the sale of some semiautomatic weapons to people under. 21. the court ruled that the second amendment did not permit the age limit. and that 18 year-olds have a constitutional right to buy such weapons. and now the state's top law enforcement officials joining the chorus of lawmakers now calling for gun reform. kron 4 stephanie lin spoke with california attorney general rob bonta today. she joins us now live with more on their conversation about what she's learned, the talking with the ags office today, including how they are not responding to another mass shooting in our country. stephanie, thanks for joining us. and just in this whole thing is just so incredibly heartbreaking. state attorney general rob bonta tells me he's frustrated
and angry, upset over what he's calling a lack of action from federal lawmakers to stop gun violence. >> today he's demanding action from all levels of government in action. >> is a choice. the silence of our leaders who are doing nothing is definite. must act and this is not ideological. there are common sense steps we can take that evidence shows work that reduce and oftentimes prevent mass shooting. >> this week bonta's office again went after ghost guns. those are illegal guns that do not have serial numbers making them hard to track. fonda tells me his office sued multiple manufacturers and just monday, bonta and san francisco dha dean filed an injunction to stop the sale of ghost guns by 3 retailers. mister bonta tells me california has some of the toughest gun laws in the country and the state has taken steps to curb gun violence, including bans on large capacity magazines and
bans on assault weapons. and just this week, the state senate passed a new gun control bill. it would allow anyone to sue makers or sellers of ghost guns or illegal assault weapons for at least $10,000. that bill is now under review in the state assembly live in the newsroom. stephanie lin kron, 4 news. >> so that news conference with texas governor abbott broke out into a shouting match when democratic gubernatorial candidate beto o'rourke blamed abbott for inaction. for mass shootings in the state are work is someone who has called for a gun confiscation program while running for the white house. he was later escorted out but continue to call for gun reform from the parking lot. and we will continue to follow all of the developments on this story on air and online on kron 4 dot com. so you can stay up to date on all the
latest information. just use your phone to scan this qr code and it will take you directly to our website. now to the south bay where tomorrow marks one year since the mass shooting at the vta railyard in san jose was may. 26 that a worker opened fire inside of a building killing 9 people. the vta plans to honor the victims this thursday with a candlelight vigil and a ceremony at the rail yard. it begins at 06:30am, in the morning tomorrow. it will be for employees and their families only but the ceremony will be live streamed and we'll have coverage for you tomorrow. and coming up here, 3, there is a much bigger war today to help find an oakley woman who has been missing now for 4 months. >> also after the break, gas prices in the bay area have hit a record high. this is not a joke right here where gas is over $7 a gallon as we head into memorial day weekend. >> and tracking inland heat, triple digit weather for north bay and east bay valleys. cut
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>> all right. we're back and we've already seen gas at $5. we've seen it climb past $6, but now there's a gas station in the bay area that has a gallon of regular market over $7 a gallon. kron. 4 s charles clifford joins now live from menlo park. i thought this was a joke, charles, when i first saw this on twitter, i this is they're just making fun of what's going to happen. oh, no, this is real. it's not ok. >> oh, yeah, it's i was really surprised. they told me to come check it out. and i was like, i can't believe this. but yeah, and we've watched gas prices rise for months and the bay area may have the gas station with possibly some of the most expensive gas in the country. >> in menlo park over along alameda de lis bogus. there's a chevron station that's currently selling a gallon of regular for $7. and $0.25 now.
triple a says the national average is 4.59. for a gallon of regular in california. it's just over $6. san mateo county has the most expensive gas words on average $6 and $0.29 for a gallon of regular. so 7.25. well above that. now, unfortunately, for people who have to drive for a living, uber drivers delivery drivers. anyone who's in their car all day, they just have to deal with these high prices. >> you still see people getting gas here on a day-to-day basis. a lot of people, i mean, this area have the money to do so and it's not a big deal, but that i definitely myself going to what side or i would say to go get gas this point. it's unclear when prices might start coming down again. usually in the spring in california, prices go up. >> especially as you head into the memorial day weekend where everyone's out driving. if you're looking for cheaper gas here in menlo park over along woodside road, there are a few stations that are selling gas for between 5, 6, to 9 a gallon and $6 a gallon. all right, back live. now. let's
hope those prices come down soon. but for now in menlo park, charles clifford kron, 4 news. karl, thank you. >> many people are really filling up their employment. so if you plan to hit the road, there are some ways to ease the pain at the pump. experts say the best time to fill up the tank is midweek because prices tend to spike on friday. also get a tune up before you leave on your next road trip because inflating tires and making sure the engine is running smoothly will help you get a better gas mileage. find a gas saving app or go to kron 4 dot com find the cheapest gas in your neighborhood. paying with cash can often be cheaper than paying with a credit card. and finally prepared for crowds. memorial day weekend is expected to be the busiest in the past 3 years. there's a quick recall. we want to let you know about that's affecting hyundai cars just under 250,000 cars are facing a recall after it was discovered that part of the seatbelt could explode potentially injuring passengers. so far there have been. injuries. 3 of them
reported to recalled 2 of them happened. the united states one was in singapore. government regulators say the part that tightens the belt in the recall includes late model accident cilantro and elantra hybrid electric vehicles. all those cars that have been recalled. if you have one, you can take it to your dealership where the problem will be fixed for free. let's talk about our forecast right now as we take this live look outside. there it is. that is fog that has rolled in along the golden gate. and you know what that means? we're going to start to cool down after some sizzling temperatures the past 2 days. our meteorologist rodriguez is here with when we might start to get some relief from this. all the sweat and i know it is going to be some much needed much welcome relief, especially for inland valleys, checkout livermore, triple digits with fairfield the winner, but certainly not feeling lucky. 104 degrees downtown san francisco
currently in the low 60's. thanks to a gray returning but widespread 80's for those of you in the north bay valleys, with the exception of novato. >> in the mid 90. so even tracking toasty temperatures there. tomorrow, though we're going to cool down 10 to 15 degrees for warmest inland valleys because that may gray going to start to make its way inland overnight. but from now, until then, we do have that heat advisory to contend with many mainly for those of you in solano county. that's what you're seeing. temperatures upwards of 104 degrees out there this afternoon. hope you have your a c stay cool. stay hydrated. you know the drill certainly looking and feeling a lot more like summer, especially with these temperatures spread. but we are going to continue to have this heat advisory in effect through 11 o'clock in the evening for solano county. so a few more hours to go in. it looks like the peak happening right now. let's take a look at relative humidity right now down to the 20th percentile range for those of you in fairfield and yacht bill. but we're going to notice a lot more moisture as
i fast forward tonight. we're going to see that may gray starting to make its way into our inland valleys with fairfield, you're going to be up to 60% relative humidity by 9 o'clock tonight by 11 o'clock tonight, you're certainly going to be shrouded in that low and high cloud cover and also with the wind speed and with also the help a great we're going to see better air quality moderate amounts along the coast. but it is going to be an improvement for our east bay shoreline. and even for most areas along the coast. but taking a look ahead, cooling trend going to continue through your memorial day weekend. more coming up in my full forecast. in just a few minutes. just seen back to you. risa. thank you. now to the east bay where the reward for the missing oakley woman. alexis, gabe, has been increased to $100,000. >> the oakley city council made this announcement yesterday that they increase the city's reward fund from 10,000 to 50,000 and the other 50,000 comes from an anonymous donor. so that's where the 100,000 comes from. gabe was last seen in january in antioch, police have searched games, ex-boyfriend's house
twice. but so far he has been not named a suspect or a person of interest in this case. anyone with information should contact police today is international missing children's day. special operation finding kids is a local nonprofit that works with law enforcement and missing children cases here in the bay area. the ceo says a large portion of these cases are usually runaways. and that mental health is a major factor in why kids escape. >> we know recent for colts that depression and suicidal ideation has gone up significantly we know that feelings of hopelessness and the last 10 years of increased by 40%. these kids have experienced trauma abuse, depression, isolation, some of them are homeless. and we know that black and brown kids in foster children all disproportionately affected. >> so she goes on to say that the best way to keep your kids safe is to keep them off social media, talk to them,
but how to stay safe online and also watch their phone use. >> still ahead, and coming up at researchers are using artificial intelligence to predict the next big earthquake. and right after the break, there's new developments in the formula shortage. details on today's emergency shipment. and when we may see baby formula on st the second
shipment of baby formula arrive today in washington, d.c., as part of operation fly formula. the flight from germany delivered more than 100,000 pounds of formula. >> our dc correspondent basil john reports on how this will help the current formula shortage in the united states. >> the second shipment of overseas baby formula is in the united states. >> is the first and most important way. we nurture our
children. first lady doctor jill biden and u.s. surgeon general doctor vivek murthy. >> greeted the arrival at dulles international airport. >> i'm here today to say the parents. >> you are alone. we will not rest until every parent has a point they need for their child. >> the flight from germany delivered more than 100,000 pounds of nestle formula enough to fill a million 8 ounce bottles. these products have met the gold standard for safety that the fda sets. >> and that parents expect. well, the administration continues to address the current shortage. members of congress want to know why the fda didn't react sooner after closing the abbott baby formula factory. why we moved in on all of these things in march and moving towards getting this. >> plant reopened. then we didn't have confidence that they would produce a formula until we control the plan consent degree. lawmakers like virginia republican congressman morgan griffith in new york, democratic congresswoman kathleen rice.
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>> now at 3.30, our top stories, the tragedy in texas after a gunman shot and killed 19 young students and 2 teachers inside of a classroom. reporter daniel marine is now joining us live from uvalde. and dan, you spoke with people who not only knew families of victims, but also those who knew the shooter in their community. curious what those conversations we're like and also what's it like being there in that community today when they're such sadness in the air? >> we know you just said it. sadness in the air. it is very quiet here in uvalde. you can hear feel the heaviness in the air right now. we are near the home of the grandmother of the shooter. investigators say he shot her before he went to the school. and as we spoke with people here today, we learned that just like the victims, the shooter and his family are
also very much interwoven into this. >> unity. >> very nice people. joseph marino has lived near the shooter's grandmother for decades. her home still taped off by law enforcement. they're seen anything like this for you. and so a lot of. >> his daughter is the principal at robb elementary. >> and his granddaughter was also at the school when the deadly shots rang out. that to me case and then asked about my granddaughter and just keep going okay to a sleepy city of roughly 16,000 people. uvalde is the kind of place where everyone knows one another. this whole this town is we look after one another. >> kids hope luhnow works at a nearby motel. she had to come in after her co-workers all called out. >> all of the affected by the shooting. my heart goes out to each one of i know it's painful. luna says her
daughter and her daughter's boyfriend grew up with the shooter. he was just a normal kid. just like any others. >> didn't seem to have any issues. they said. he had friends. she like the rest of her neighbors now wrestles with questions. >> and heartbreak. it's >> you know, especially with these young men, will kids angels just begin their lives? and now they've been taken away. >> and the fbi was out here earlier this afternoon going through the home. the neighbor, joseph marino, told me that the 80 year-old recently moved in with his grandmother. it's fight with his mother. we'll send it back to you. >> daniel moran, thank you so much. and despite this tragedy in texas, the national rifle association will hold its annual convention this weekend in houston, former president donald trump and texas governor greg abbott are
scheduled speakers. texas senator ted cruz also set to speak. the convention starts on friday. the nra and its powerful lobbying group have long opposed efforts to restrict gun access. back here kron 4 a call. talk with educators in the east bay today and they tell him it is becoming more and more difficult to make everyone feel safe inside their classrooms. >> after every school shooting, teachers are left to help mend their students, emotions and reassure them things will be ok, not knowing if what they're saying is actually true. i'm i supposed to lie to my students to make them feel safe. that. >> that's actually what i do a lot of the time as tell that it's going to be ok for safe here. i'm 100% confident that's the read is wrapping up her second year as a teacher at ignacio valley high school in concord, but has spent nearly 20 years as an
educator. >> and despises how quickly mass school shootings like what took place in uvalde texas tuesday. >> our politicize what needs to be done in order for you guys to feel safe. >> they just stop talking about it as a got control issue and start talking about protecting teachers and students spend all of our citizens in america. and that is by creating restrictions on weapons. the mount diablo education association is the union representing teachers, counselors and other staff and the mount diablo unified school district. >> middle school teacher and union president anita johnson says as teachers help students talk through the deadly shooting. they need to care for themselves as teacher is going to do whatever they can and stretch themselves as far as they can. >> and that often means not taking care of themselves and not getting the support that they need. so that adds to the anguish you know, not do. >> our students not getting the support that they need, but then we, you know, don't
have time to get our support. the union is working with the school district to make counseling available to all students and staff. >> phillipe djegal all kron. 4 news. >> we will talk about our forecast now as we take this live look outside across san francisco international airport. here's a bird coming in for a landing and we see some of that fog there that's starting to creep in at the coast. a cooldown is on the way. our meteorologist rodriguez is here now with details on how hot it is right now. and we'll start to feel a little bit more normal, even though summer has just shown up already. yeah, it's almost like we just skip spring and went straight from winter to summer, especially with this triple digit heat out there right now in livermore, 100 degrees. >> and we're tracking cooler temperatures along the coast. thanks to the return a great with half moon bay. 55 degrees downtown san francisco at 62 degrees. those of you in oakland in the low 70's, but it is downright hot as as you make your way inland with san jose and fremont boarding with
90's. but 89 degrees in novato in the north bay in the mid 90's at 93 degrees overnight lows tonight. going to be on the mild side. still even with the return of that may gray. we're tracking widespread low to mid 50's santa rosa. little bit cooler at 48 degrees with antioch. still on the mild side, 62 degrees. but relief finally arriving for those of you overnight and into your thursday afternoon for our bay area valleys. we're going to see 10 to 15 degrees of cooling. so instead of being in the 90's and triple digits, 70's and 80's in the forecast for tomorrow. fremont 82 degrees at livermore. also in the low 80's as a san jose santa rosa and allay in the mid 70's. so very seasonal temperatures there, but slightly below average for those of you on the east bay shoreline, oakland, 69 degrees, a downtown san francisco at 64 degrees. but very seasonal temperatures nonetheless. and taking a look ahead at the next 7 day forecast, the cooling trend will continue all weekend long. but just in time for
your memorial day monday, we are going to see a nice bump in daytime highs. if you get any outdoor plans like a good barbecue or beach weather, it's going to be fantastic to back to you. today the white house president biden signed an executive order to address policing practices across the nation. >> washington, d.c. correspondent raquel martin joins us from the white house and she has the latest. >> wednesday, president joe biden signed an executive order to reform policing practices nationwide. this executive order and deliver the most significant police reform in decades. the action comes on the two-year anniversary of the death of george floyd police family was among a group of victim families who attended the signing as divided a nation in field. today, we're showing strength of our unity. the president's executive order would do things like create a national database to track police misconduct and restrict
the use of choke hold and no knock warrant. it also mandates body-worn cameras, but the majority of the order only applies to federal officers. no substitute for legislation, but it is a necessary and long overdue. critical step for he's doing the right thing. ohio democrat joyce beatty, the chair of the coegressional black caucus applauded the president's effort. we've lost too many lives and this is a step of great progress. and texas democrat sheila jackson lee says democrats will continue to push for more reforms on capitol hill. we will not ignore you. widespread reform will require bipartisan support in the senate, but when asked about the president's efforts, missouri republican senator josh hawley that he thinks president biden's priorities are misplaced. i think that we ought to be helping local law enforcement hire more cops. >> i'd like to see 100,000 new caps we need in washington. raquel martin. >> coming up, where a boy opened up a door to find this
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>> jonathan is the deputy fire chief of san mateo calif. i or division working in the fire service for decades. he has seen firsthand the horror of wildfires and the chaos it 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 evacuated 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 in communities using it. hence the catch phrase. >> know your zone a in the past. what would have a big map out the future? i'm sure he's. and then try to communicate sharpie lines 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 communication. it simplifies things in it. so it allows all the public safety's 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 to recess. stasio kron. 4 news. >> watering decorative lawns
of businesses and institutions is now banned in california. the california water regulators unanimously approved this ban on tuesday. so this means you cannot water grass or lawns. they're not regularly use for recreational or community purposes. this band does not apply to residential areas or when addressing the health of trees. the board is also requiring local water agencies to move in what is called their level to water contingency plan, which assumes a water shortage of 20% local agencies have about 2 weeks to put new rules in place and the new rules can include cutting down on outdoor water use and incentives to use more efficient appliances. this vote is coming as governor gavin newsom warned water larger water districts that if there is not significant water conservation this summer, more state mandates could be put in place. producing earthquakes has been nearly impossible.
but modern technology has led to early warning systems. and now some scientists are hoping artificial intelligence. artificial intelligence can do much better. geophysicists at the los alamos national laboratory use machines learning to try to predict an earthquake. they plugged in seismic data from a type of quake known as a slow slip and they performed experiments to see if computers could recognize the patterns and predict the next one. they say worked almost immediately while also encouraging sign to say they're still a longlway off from being able to predict big earthquakes. but they're using our to 5th. got at that there it is. that's the fog. it's coming in to cool us off as we take this live look outside right now. >> from our mount tam cam. so it's got to be much cooler in the city that it is inland. but he was even hot last night where brees said, does it look like we're going to cool off immediately are going to wait a little bit. mother nature's ac going to kick into high
gear. just seen. don't worry. it's already starting right now and it's going to continue throughout the overnight hours as well. >> temperatures right now at half moon bay, 54 degrees. but as you make your way inland, livermore still hasn't gotten that coastal relieve. so temperatures there in the triple did did digits with fairfield currently at 104 degrees. but don't worry, mother nature's ecp going to make its way inland overnight. but from now, until then, we do have a heat advisory in effect for solano county from now through 11 o'clock tonight. so still going to see some very warm temperatures until mother nature's marine layer starts to make its way inland. a gray it will certainly make its presence known tomorrow. let's take a look at radar for because we're already tracking that low fog bank right along the bay area coastline. and we're going to see a round of drizzle. yes, actual precipitation. it is going to fall during the overnight hours tonight and into your early thursday morning. and we could see some slick roads for
your thursday morning commute just because we are going to see a very dense layer of low and high cloud cover. but let's take a look at rain totals because yeah, this drizzle is actually going to bring us traces amount of rain right along the bay area coastline, even making its way into solano county. so much needed much welcome relief there. overnight lows tonight, widespread low to mid 50's santa rosa. 48 degrees with antioch. only cooling down to 62 degrees. so fairly mild temperatures with daytime highs tomorrow right about where we should be 50, 60 70's. and yes, even 80's 82 degrees for up half moon bay, though, things so that marine layer 58 degrees for your afternoon highs. and as you take a look ahead at the next 7 day forecast, the cooling trend going to continue all weekend long until we warm up just a bit with seasonal temperatures returning along the coast and inland valleys just in time for your memorial day monday, before we warm up again. but fortunately, no 90's or triple digit heat in the extended forecast. justine, back to you. looks
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lottery is still waiting for the person who bohght one winning powerball ticket to come forward, though, 1.6 million dollar prize is going to expire tomorrow. the ticket was bought back in november at a liquor and deli shop in sacramento at 5 of the 6 winning numbers. winners have 180 days from the date of the drawing to claim their prize. if nobody submits a claim by thursday, the money instead will go to public schools in california. check your wallets. this is a great combo. oreo cookies and ritz crackers are getting together for a salty and sweet combination. the cookies are half suite with the chocolate flavor of an oreo and oreo cream. join together with the peanut butter side and a ritz crackers. these cookies go on
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has posted a lot of information, including what we've learned about the shooter. what we've learned about these victims, including the stories of the teacher who tried to protect her students and also what these little kids wanted to become when they grew up. that's all on our website. kron 4 dot com. that's it for us during kron. 4 news at 3 o'clock today. thank you so much for joining us. really appreciate your time. we can always connect on facebook, instagram and twitter. all see you there. i'm justine waldman. >> see you tomorrow.
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