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this thursday morning. >> we had a really hot week so far. and so i'm wondering if things are going to start to cool down. john is today the day today is the day cool down compared to where we have been. >> yesterday, crystal clear skies. we're back into the upper 90's. even triple digits today. we're really going to look at some fog, some partly cloudy conditions. once that fog clears out and temperatures down as much as 20 to 25 degrees compared to yesterday. now visibility is a big concern this morning at the coastline through the bay and into the hurricane is all lot of us are looking conditions out there with visibility below a mile this morning. so take it slower. give yourself that extra time. huge change from the crystal clear skies that we had been seeing radar right now is showing dry skies. other than that, current temperatures are still mild. we're in the 50's to 60's. i would bring the light jacket with you today, though, especially for your morning hours. we got some 40's up in the north bay and a decent breeze working its way in from the coastline. along
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with that fog, the mist that we're seeing towards the coast. as for conditions later today, look at this difference from yesterday. high temperatures maxing out in the upper 70's bayside areas in the low 70's coastal spots in the 50's to 60's, john, thank you for that. or i if you're traveling into the city this morning may so that fremont street exit about 10 minutes. >> to make that drive the san mateo bridge as you're traveling across towards the peninsula. look a little under 13, but we are seeing pockets of fog out there. so you're going want to slow it down. if you can. richmond center fell bridge a 9 minute commute as you're heading from one. 0, one to the tolls. and let's look at the golden gate bridge, patches of fog. 37, as you're traveling to the toes, the about 20 minutes on your foggy thursday morning, dry. well, a gun violence prevention package advance to the california senate. 6 bills war presented by 6 democratic lawmakers yesterday including oakland assembly member buffy wicks who spoke through tears.
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>> and i think about what we're doing as a nation to how we are failing. our communities on this issue. our number one job is to keep our community safe. and we are failing. >> the bill advancing to the senate includes further restrictions on ghost guns, closing loopholes that allow corporations to manufacture a large number of firearms ensuring proper background checks at gun shows as well as adding additional misdemeanors to the list of crimes for a 10 year ban from owning firearms. and lastly providing medical reimbursement for violence, prevention services for victims of gun violence. governor newsom is calling on state lawmakers to work on sunday more gun control related bills to his chest. kron four's. ashlew zavala has the latest on the new effort. here at the state capitol. lawmakers are working on passing several gun control related bills that are at about the halfway point in the legislative process. >> normally if passed, these
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bills would be signed in the fall. but governor gavin newsom wants to speed up that timeline requesting that they be on his desk ready to sign by the end of next month. >> we mean business, we are resolved in this fight. we're not giving up. we're not getting into the cynicism. we're going to turn this around. governor gavin newsom and democratic legislative leaders vowing to fast track gun control bills through the state legislature following a series of shootings in the state and across the country. >> we have to turn it around before another neighbor, mother teacher, our child is senselessly, ripped from our world. the bills include one modeled after texas's abortion law allowing private citizens to sue the makers and sellers of illegal assault weapons and ghost guns. some have raised concerns about its legality. the governor confident it will be effective. we want to save lives. they use that to put women's lives at risk. >> we're going to use that the door. they open that law and that process to enforce a private right of action to get these guns off the street. other bills include efforts to
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strengthen ghost gun restrictions. a bill allowing local governments in the state attorney general to sue gun makers and sellers and one that restrict advertising firearms to minors. these would add to the more than 100 gun laws already in the state. i think we need to take a pause here and mourn with the victims. republican assemblyman james gallagher says there are other public safety efforts. the governor could fast track, including putting an end to some early release policies for felons in california prisons or going through the backlog of gun violence, restraining orders that would take guns from people who shouldn't have them. so we need to start talking about the underlying conditions that. >> and other issues that are leading to these mass shootings. >> another gun law, our history shows it's not going to solve that problem. >> well, the legislature works through the debate. the governor says he wants urgency clauses added to these gun control bills. that means they would go into effect as soon as he signs them reporting at the state capitol. ashley zavala kron. 4 news. >> the texas mass shooting has lawmakers throughout the country calling for stricter
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gun laws. there's one restrictive law that a local district attorney says makes a big difference and it's called a red flag. law kron four's dan kerman explains that for us. there may be a bottleneck in congress when it comes to advancing gun safety legislation. but in california and 18 other states, there's already red flag legislation on the books. the gun violence restraining order. >> it's i think the da's office or the police department just going in and grabbing guns from someone. there's a judicial process. we go to court and a judge has to decide that there is enough evidence that this person, it's a danger to themselves or others to temporarily remove the firearms. >> santa clara county district attorney jeff rosen says gun violence restraining orders have been very successful. and in a post on his web site, he's encouraging the implementation of red flag laws across the united states. our focus here is reducing the
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harm that is caused by guns. and so it's not just that we're removing the weapons were also strongly suggesting that that person get mental health treatment and workplace mediation, a drug drug treatment counseling to try to address the underlying issues that they're having. rosen says california's law, which was passed in 2016 is frequently used in santa clara county. this an area that i described happens 3 to 4 times every week in our county. most recently, rosen says a gun violence restraining order was obtained or removed. 2 ar 15 assault rifles, ghost guns. hundreds of rounds of ammunition and the anarchist cookbook from a fire construction worker who rosen says was threatening former coworkers. and while rosen admits red flag laws won't stop every mass shooting, he says those states that have it need to use it more often. the laws are only as effective as law enforcement is in using them. and so we've been very
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active in our county and using these laws because we've seen that they can reduce suicides and reduce mass shootings. dan kerman kron, 4 news woolies bay congresswoman barbara lee is calling on a federal ban on assault weapons. we sat down with her last night. >> she said it's time for people to wake up to gun control measures. >> i've been listening to the stories of these young kids. this is really out of it's so horrible. it's emotional. it's it's devastating. it's it's heart wrenching. when you see so many young lives just snuffed out by. gun to guns. i mean, what the what are we going pass the assault weapon ban? and i was looking at something earlier and want to read to uvalde ar 15 buffalo ar 15 boulder ar 15 orlando ar
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15 parkland ar 15. that should tell public some of the best to tell the senators and and the nra and these republicans is you know, children's are more precious. then what they believe they are and they should step up and pass that he's got a safety bills immediately. and that's what we're trying to do once again. >> well, the war and uvalde have is just days before gun owners are going to be in houston for an nra convention. the national rifle association is expected to continue with their plans to hold an annual convention in houston this weekend. former president donald trump, texas governor greg abbott and senator ted cruz are all scheduled to speak. the association issued a statement regarding the school shooting in uvalde. it reads in part, quote, as we gather in houston, we will reflect on these events, pray for the victims, recognize our patriotic members and pledged to redouble our commitment to making our schools secure, end quote. well, go ahead and scan
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this qr code as we continue to follow all the breaking developments of this story. and you can stay up to date with the latest information by scanning that qr code. it will take you directly over to our web page where you can find the latest information. well, a bay area news, palo alto police are looking for man accused of exposing himself to a teenage girl. police released a sketch of the suspect is described as about 25 years old. 5 foot 10, the victim says his head was shaved and he was wearing a light blue t-shirt. gray pants. police say the girl was walking on captured dairo role tuesday morning when she saw a man standing near a parked truck. she says the man said something to her in spanish and he was touching himself. the goal continued on our way in later notified police about the incident. well, the buffalo police department is honoring the retired police officer killed in the buffalo supermarket shooting nearly 2 weeks ago at a funeral yesterday for aaron salters. buffalo's police commissioner.
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what it's altars with a medal of honor and promoted him to the rank of lieutenant. >> lieutenant aaron salter will always be remembered as a loving husband, father, friend. and now lieutenant who showed true bravery in the face of evil. >> well, after serving nearly 20 years as a buffalo police officer, salter was working at a security guard. is that the supermarket when that mass shooting happened on may 14th? investigators say salter was killed while trying to stop the gunman. coming up next on the kron 4 morning news following our special asian pacific american heritage month. meet a long time professional ballet dancer. >> that continues to pave the way for the next generation of dancers will be right back after the break.
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dancer to choreographer. >> a longtime professional ballet dancer continues to pave the way for the next generation of dancers. kron four's gayle ong has his story. >> michael lowe is helping dancers prepare for their big
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okay. so let's get she's up for born in oakland and raised in alameda low is a fixture in the bay area ballet community that the impulse that you have to have sink in at a young age. he was an athlete. he played football in this field at encinal high school in alameda and was encouraged to try ballet to increase strength and coordination in sports. the reason why switches? because i'm a lover of music >> also the sort of the artistic in the creative side. everybody know what they're doing. >> yes, do. they know their count. that interest leading to a successful career in dance low spent 3 decades performing with the open as principal county, deputy and retirement low. choreograph, asian cultural dances. as a dancer, i i danced roles that were. >> asian in nature. but mostly
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they're getting a like a character more than that real character development. and i wanted to see if i can. you have a voice different route. so i clearly have to a version of the upper in the where i was the first one we used look for. the martial artists needed martial arts now serving as the artistic director of member ballet in menlo park, which launched early 2011. >> he is helping the next generation of dancers take center stage. freeze. i feel i'm just really fortunate that i that i'm able to. i share. >> my art something to say and to rich long kron. 4 news. >> a wonderful story there. well, back here at home, if you are thinking about getting outside and getting creative today might be the day to do that yesterday. i would have advised that i can tell you today may have just the
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perfect mixture weather. good definitely a different day than yesterday. you love the heat we're too far inland. yesterday was still at all, right, one. but if you are, >> are farthest inland areas reaching some records yet again, upper 90's to low triple digits. >> was a little bit of fun today. we are looking at a pretty big cool down. if you look closely at this map from suture tower, this view right here, can see that low gray hanging out right below it in the city fog and some low cloud cover pushing on into the coastline and are right on into the bay itself. this low stratus made its approach yesterday afternoon right along the central coast and into the bay area. our first in a line of cooler forces, including some of the school coastal air and a cold front that also swept through keeping temperatures today dramatically cooler than yesterday. there's your cold front. we have the low starts at the coast yesterday, which is really seen in the form of fog this morning. all of it is lighting up for a dramatic change. as far as what the rest of the day's going offer today today, expect partly
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cloudy conditions. some cool misty conditions along the coastline in temperatures. 25 degrees cooler than yesterday's tomorrow. skies will be a little clearer comparatively. still partly cloudy, though. and into the weekend. we will see another weak system pushing through. this one is going to provide enough energy for the potential of some light snow flurries and a few sprinkles in the sierra nevada come saturday sunday into monday. if you're heading up that direction for memorial day weekend, today's highs 50's and 60's for san francisco and right along the coastline. for most of us, it will be a day spent in the 60's to 70's saying carlos, at 75 redwood city, palo alto at 76 south bay. temperatures just shy of the 80's after yesterday's 90's. well, livermore out of the triple digits yesterday back to 78 degrees today. oakland, you'll be at 67 with concord and walnut creek at 72, only one spot on the map that still holding on to the low 80's. tomorrow's temperatures right around the same us today. we will see
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even cooler conditions come the weekend with saturday and sunday bringing highs atterbury warmest only in the low to mid 70's. great job. thank you for that. as we look at the traffic this morning, if you're heading from the maze to that pretty much the exit. >> into the city this morning, a little under 11 minutes to make that drive the san mateo bridge. you're heading across towards the peninsula. you're at about 13 minute. well, richmond, sandra fell bridge to cross there a little under 9 and the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls. it's going to take about 20 minutes, but we do have pockets of fog. so take your time as you're driving. from the oakland a's to colin kaepernick reportedly making a comeback to the nfl. we've got the highlights for you. crowd was calling males breaks it all down. >> the giants got some rest after a wild ride on tuesday night. san francisco beat the mets 13 12 after blowing an 8 to leave. 8th inning finally snapping a five-game skid. good news for fans. a lot less drama. still plenty of excitement in this game. let's
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go out to oracle park. a beautiful day. it was for dad to take the kids to the maybe. alright. >> bottom of the first joc peterson with 3 homers and 8 rbi in a while. when the other night does it again, this one is into the bleachers. 2 run, homer. >> 5, nothing giants. second inning, evan longoria with the high. i drive down the left-field line. >> sense there stays fair and it is on his second home run of the game 9, nothing giants. this one was over quickly. san francisco cruises the rest of the way to a 93 when they take 2 of 3 games from the nl east leader. next up, the giants at the road for a 10 game road trip beginning thursday in cincinnati the a's in seattle looking to win the series against the mariners. top of the 6 a's up a run. one on one on for elvis on druce. rockets this one. the left kind of nice that ball over the wall.
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it's gone. the 2 run shot extends the a's lead to 3. they would go on to win 4 to oakland comes back home to host the rangers for a four-game set starting on thursday. former forty-niners quarterback colin kaepernick might be one step closer to making an nfl return. kaepernick was scheduled to work out with the las vegas raiders sometime wednesday as first reported by espn's adam schefter, the team and kaepernick has not confirmed whether or not it happened. raiders owner mark davis said during an interview a few weeks ago that he believes in kaepernick, this would be his first formal workout with an nfl team since he last played for san francisco in 2016. kaepernick was exiled from the league following that season when he started kneeling during the national anthem to protest racial injustice. ncaa women's golf championship. stanford facing organ in sunny scottsdale, arizona. the cardinals, rachel heck. almost holes out that he shot from 149 yards out on the 13th hole. she is excited. look at
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that smile. rose yang. finishes this one off with the part beautiful to win it. stanford wins its first national title since 2015. jang also took the individual competition. congratulations to the cardinal u.s. open cup earthquakes, sacramento republic in the round of 16 weise. felipe off the corner kick there in the 28th minute. the header just squirted in for the goal. felipe, the former first has in his old team. one. nothing sacked. however, they scored again late in the game. final score. 2, nothing, earthquakes lose and they're now eliminated from the u.s. cup. >> well, now as kron four's kylen mills reporting now, the golden state warriors are once again taking on the mavericks tonight at 6 o'clock at the chase centers. and we are rooting for you. we'll be right back after the break.
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>> welcome back. 4.54. on this thursday morning. big change from yesterday. misty view out there at coit tower which was under crystal clear skies so far this week this morning. a big change from that, though. we're back to some really foggy skies to start compared to yesterday. livermore your fall from 100 degrees for your
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high yesterday. only 78 degrees today. highs as much as 25 degrees cooler for many of our inland areas such as livermore, but the rest of the bay area and yonker only spot holding on to 80 degrees. areas like fremont and hayward. the mid to low 70's oakland and san francisco back down into the 60's. same for you up into the late show that only 68 degrees today rate. >> john, thank you for with the start of summer just around the corner, officials with the east bay regional park district are warning visitors to be aware of rattlesnakes. the officials are reminding people that snakes come out and warm weather. they're telling people to leave the snakes alone. did not try to capture them. park district officials say avoid hiking alone and pay attention to the ground. as you walk avoid walking in tall grass and look under rocks and logs. before you sit down. coming up the next hour, the warriors are taking on the mavericks from 4. sarah stinson is live at the chase center for the fans and what you need to know before the big game. and we keep learning
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more about texas. >> we'll break down the latest on the shooter's suspected motive as well as how long his rampage went on in that school. and today marks one year since the mass shooting at the vta railyard in san jose. well for us will tran will break down a rememberance that is planned today to honor the victims. it's beautiful out here. it sure is. and i earn 5% cash back on travel purchased through chase with chase freedom unlimited. that means that i earn 5% on our rental car,
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>> this morning, we're learning more about the moments just before a gunman stormed into a texas elementary school and murdered 19 children and 2 teachers. the latest from uvalde texas and today the bay area remembers the victims who died one year ago today in a mass shooting at the vta building in san jose. we're live as memorial services get underway this morning. >> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 4 morning news far. >> good morning, everybody.
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thank you for joining us on this actually, this wednesday, they i it is thursday, right? the first time host faster in the on this thursday. thank you for joining us. i'm james fletcher and i'm reyna harvey in for darya folsom. you know, we've been focused over the past few days. yeah, on mass shootings are still focused on uvalde. >> and again, the rememberance of members. and we'll have more on that coming up in just a moment. before we get there, though, let's get a check of the weather. we've got john standing by with our forecast today. and temperatures beginning to come down a little bit today, john. the yeah. big difference from yesterday. temperatures down from the 90's, even triple digits to just the 70's that are warm us today. a look outside this morning shows you the misty view of coit tower. that's the only view you can really that i have this morning because of the fog that is very dense towards the coast, north bay bay shore through the carquinez slow it down as you're getting outside today, these foggy spots out there definitely blocking out visibility and what a change from the crystal clear skies we


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