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campus learned the 17 year-old boy, a student at the school was arrested for allegedly using racial slurs in a group chat with other students online and allegedly threatening to shoot a school employee who students say is a teacher. fremont. police say the boy also threatened to open fire at another school scared of my life like because like sitting in texas to the fremont unified school district superintendent notified families, a student was arrested wednesday. cameron jackson son is a junior at the high school and both viewed screenshots of the social media exchange tuesday. he's frustrated that the school district didn't act quicker and did not notify families earlier. he says it he is the one who alerted police say word was used over 20 times. >> there's a derogatory word referencing 2 of the asian community. they were homophobic slurs as well. police say they searched the arrested students home and did not find the gun kids at all.
just good. but i did not us. >> that and say is this mother hopes the fremont unified school district and police department conduct thorough investigations. police say the other students involved have been identified and contacted by investigators. >> in fremont police, call 4 a disturbing discovery at a sacramento elementary school district. officials there say a gun. >> and loaded magazine were founded the desk of the second grade student happened on tuesday. the same day as the rampage in texas. other students alerted the staff that their classmate had this weapon. the school called police who are now investigating how the child got the gun in the first place. officials say several weapons have been found on or near sacramento area campuses in recent months. >> a number of musicians who are scheduled to perform at the national rifle association's conference this weekend are now dropping out following that mass shooting in texas. don mclean, who's
the voice behind the 1971 hit american pie will no longer take the stage in houston this weekend saying in light of the recent events in texas, i've decided it would be disrespectful and hurtful for me to perform. and larry gatlin of the gatlin brothers has also canceled his plans to perform at the convention saying i'm a second amendment guy, but the second amendment should not apply to everyone. it's that simple. gatland says we need better background checks. and larry stewart, the lead singer of restless heart, also canceled his performance at this weekend's nra convention. >> chicagoans are expressing sympathy for families in texas. and there, of course, is the reaction that we have our own gun violence problem here in chicago. >> a disturbing scene caught on camera there in chicago. a man walking behind this reporter's live shot. there he is. he appears to wave a gun at the news crew as she's talking about gun violence. the reporter was on the street yesterday morning for a story on gun violence. and that's
when the man just walked behind her pointed what appears to be a pistol. there it is again towards the camera and the crew. police are now searching for that suspect. as we get ready for memorial day. we're taking a look at a special tribute in the nation's capital. the flags in ceremony at arlington national cemetery honors fallen service members. >> every year, grave by grave. american flag is placed at every headstone. more than 260,000 fallen service members, lyon, arlington, we heard from active duty service members who tell us it is important to carry on the legacy of the soldiers who came before them. >> i feel a great sense of pride. you know, i just feel like it connected with these knowing that they've been in the same shoes i've been i'm just thinking their sacrifices and >> to be able to give back to them the kind of pay my respects to them for what they did for me. >> the flags in ceremony has been a tradition since the end of world war. 2, the u.s.
army's ceremonial old guard unit does the honors they will remove the flags before the public is allowed back into arlington. a youth swim coach in the north bay has been arrested. sandra fell police yesterday say they had a sting operation and ended up arresting him after they say he attempted to pay a minor for. the suspect police say as 59 year-old john chipper ini, according to police, investigators placed fake ads on adult websites seeking buyers who are looking for kids for services, chipping area allegedly responded to the ad indicating he wanted to meet a 16 year-old for yesterday. chipping area was stopped by police in sandra fell according to authorities. and police say after making several admissions regarding the case he was arrested on suspicion of arranging to meet a minor for a lewd purpose. twitter will pay users after
deceptively using e-mail addresses and phone numbers for targeted advertising. >> a private lawsuit was settled for 150 million dollars after claims the twitter misrepresented its policies to members between 2013 2019 on top of the fine twitter must also accept audits of its data privacy program. among other restrictions, federal prosecutors say more than 140 million twitter users provided the kind of personal information highlighted in the lawsuit. pg and e says that they are nearly finished installing new safety in its power lines. the new settings span across 25,000 miles of line in pg and e's service area. once complete, the safety settings are going to automatically shut off power within one-tenth of a second. if a threat is detected like a tree branch falling on to a power line. utility company is also working on other safety measures. those include burying 10,000 miles of power lines underground. that
project is not expected to be finished for several years. >> whether time now as we take a live look outside the kron. 4 studio surveilled palm tree there along san francisco's embarcadero and everything today blowing in the wind. yeah, man would difference a day makes that heatwave long gone right. just part of history now. but what a change the some 10 to 20, even 30 degrees cooler. >> around parts of the bay area. all that low cloud cover stretching well on shore. and there it is. you can see it's above the golden gate bridge and that's important that's allowed to search all the way to the valleys again overnight tonight and tomorrow morning. so we're dealing with some cooler weather on tap for the bay area as we head into the holiday weekend out over san francisco. the winds our blow into the clouds continue to roll on shore. we've got more of that fog on the way. maybe some drizzle to to get lucky. maybe couple raindrops about 70 degrees. still nice. and san jose, 68 degrees. remember just yesterday this time we're talking 90's in places like livermore and brentwood in the
concord. but farc right now, 63 degrees in concord. 63 insanely in the 61 in petaluma nakhoul. 53 into brought that on shore push. you can see the arrows here showing the clouds rolling right through the golden gate bridge, surging into the delta. now all the way in the central valley, we're going to likely see a strong surge of clouds overnight. tonight, fact there's a cold front out there. you can see some of the showers begin to move into far northern california. most that racking up in the pacific northwest, but still trying to skim parts of the bay area to not much that hit the ground, though we're seeing just some scattered light showers in northern california. and that's about it. but yeah, around the bay area, those winds have been kicking up outside. we've seen gusts over 30 miles per hour. you see that the 32 in the san francisco. 23 into fairfield. so blustery in spots this front comes through, but it's the one after that. that could get interesting. i think that want to get a little bit closer. there's a chance we could be talking about a couple raindrops least north of the golden gate bridge as we head in towards saturday. how things change in 24 hours.
>> indeed. thank you, lawrence. coming up, the asian country that is reopening its borders to international tourists for the first time since the pandemic. but there's a catch and how the cdc is responding to more cases of monkeypox. >> popping up all across the globe. plus, an update on the susp the suspected case
been confirmed. it is monkeypox. the cdc and sacramento county public health. >> making that announcement today, this is now one of 9 confirmed cases in the u.s. across 7 states. the cdc issuing a level 2 health notices, monkeypox cases arising around the world. the agency reiterated the risk to the general public at this time is very low. they say travelers should practice enhanced precautions, including avoiding close contact with people showing symptoms consistent with the virus which include headaches, muscle aches, fever, and the distinct lesions seen on the body. japan is getting ready to reopen its borders to foreign tourists for the first time since imposing really tight. >> pandemic restrictions about 2 years ago. the prime minister says starting june 10th, only travelers on tourists with fixed schedules and guys will be allowed in the country. in addition, tourists from areas with low covid-19 infection rates who have received 3 vaccine doses.
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the park and crawford's justin campbell. he was there and tells us when we may be able to go back to those red, what? this is just some of the damage after lightning hit the big redwoods in twenty-twenty park rangers say the forest is resilient and regrowing all. >> stall on a media tour of the forest. there are signs of growth everywhere you look what changes are coming. california park ranger district superintendent chris spore were showed us where in old visitor building used to sit only a staircase remains after the fire. we have had the opportunity to rethink sort of the facilities in. >> the old growth and one of the focuses here is to move those facilities out of growth and to our facility called settlement. >> re imagining big basin. california's new vision for the part on top of moving a busy 2 buildings out of the court old growth, part of the forest also be relocating some camping sites and establishing
a shuttle. >> to the park in the future, it will be a more immersive and natural feeling experience where people will have a less congested a chance to really appreciate the grand tour of the forest. after 2 years of being close, they will reopen the park to limited access this summer. this park has been an iconic. >> flagship park, sarah bart with simpler viron spawn a nonprofit that financially helps. the park says the 187 million given to the park by the legislature is not enough. we think it's going to cost at least 250 million dollars in additional funding to to put into place the infrastructure. the state parks is talking about. >> and if we want to see this park reopened fully, that's what it's going to take in terms of public funding. >> reporting in big basin, redwoods state park justin campbell kron. 4 news. >> well, with the start of summer, right around the
corner. officials. with east bay regional park district, they are warning of a rattles rattlers rattlesnakes all year. little did disturbing the officials are reminding folks to, you know, be careful that the snakes can come out in in warm weather. they are also telling people leave those snakes alone. don't try to capture them park. a district officials say avoid hiking alone and pay close attention to the ground. as you walk around, avoiding a tall grass and look under, you know, rocks and logs before you decide to sit down. their egos. the snakes were. >> right yeah. i mean, i'm not a big yeah. 6 catches, you know, like >> no, you know that usually the rattlesnakes let you know, they're coming, right? happen to be very antisocial. kind of timid. it's the trail right in front of me. you just let him go something about it being
like her of right by your actually, the baby ones are more dangerous because when they bite, they don't know how to regulate better than a month. so they usually give you too much. yeah, ok, some good news is going to less than a can be couple days. last couple days. yeah, it was hot. so yeah, the cold-blooded. they like to get out there and enjoy that that maybe we get your get it to get away. and yet in the monterey bay looking good, it will be cool there. temperatures generally in the 50's and the 60's. how about southern california? these numbers running below the average. if you're headed out tomorrow, 64 degrees in long beach. 74 degrees and warm in pasadena in the high head up in the sierra nevada, not bad. 66 south lake tahoe, 60, 70 being partly cloudy for tomorrow. 78 warm in reno. if you're sticking around those temperatures going to be running a little bit cooler into saturday and sunday. there's actually a cold front that's going to be diving through. not expected to bring in much activity, although you could see some pop-up showers in the afternoon. a memorial
day. i want to show you this forecast model here says moved to california. see all the clouds rolling on by. so we see clouds on and off through tomorrow. there's just no getting around that low clouds and fog around the bay area. most the rain stays to the north. watch what as we get into saturday. things change. your comes this cold front just kind of rolling in the bay area. by the afternoon. there's a chance we could be talking about some showers in the north bay on saturday. it's not going to huge amount. we're talking hundreds of an inch of rain but be prepared by the afternoon. you might see a couple of scattered showers there then will start cloudy skies as we head into sunday official memorial day forecast. it is looking very nice talking to hobble see some 80's inland. i think some 50's out along the coastline with that patchy fog and some 70's inside the bay. otherwise we've got a lot of this right now. that fog has really kicked in the bay area. kind of weather whiplash today as those temperatures have come way back down from triple digits. yeah. some places struggling to get out of the 60's this afternoon here. the official highs today. 62 degrees in san francisco. 69
in oakland, 79, remember, they were 93 yesterday. get this livermore set a record at 102 degrees yesterday. today. there are 22 degrees cooler at 86 9 degrees in concord and 69 degrees. 63 in santa rosa. temperatures again going to be cool around parts of the area tomorrow plan on some 70's, the valleys that cool fog hugging the coast with some drizzle out there to guys back to you. thank you, lawrence. well, here at kron 4, we continue to celebrate our local asian american and pacific islander community from principal dancer to choreographer. michael, how is paving the way for the next generation of dancers? kron four's gayle ong now has his story. michael lowe is helping the dancers prepare for their big okay. so let's get 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 oakland la as principal county, deputy and retirement low. choreograph, asian cultural dances. as a dancer, i i danced roles. were asian in nature, but mostly they're getting a like a character with an. >> that real character development. and i wanted to see if i can. you have a voice
different route. so i have to a version of from the where i was the first thing we 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. >> and we hope you join us tonight for our special celebration of asian american and pacific islander heritage. our 30 minute special airs tonight at 6.30. and it's going to be hosted by kron four's will tran. next. the boeing capsule back on earth, right? successful test in space marks a major milestone. >> and how soon as it could be sending humans back to the moon
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>> you hear from the ground tracker. and mains are now out to ac 3 parachutes coming out here. >> pretty boeing safely landing its starliner spacecraft on earth after a six-day space mission. touchdown. that happened yesterday in new mexico. the starliner returned from the international space station with more than 600 pounds of
cargo on board the safe return of the capsule marks a major milestone for boeing. that company has spent years trying to get. really been a disaster for boeing. no humans were on board. nasa and boeing say after this say flight home, the starliner should be ready to fly its first load of nasa astronauts by the end of this year. >> and that wraps up kron. 4 news at 5 for a space x obviously having a lot more success. a cad this point anyway. >> yeah, we're about to go here on kron. 4 news at 5, but a lot more is coming up next. you know, kids a pilot. so he just literally flew in. happening here. the land. all right. you guys taking away. thank you. all thank you, vicki and grant us some of what we're working on tonight. >> a community, of course, is in mourning over the 21 people killed in the shooting at a texas elementary school. what
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>> a little fargo. a little. and i promise >> going to you know, they of and he will do whatever i can to do. could talk. >> now it's 6 parents of the victims in the you've all day. texas school shooting sharing their harrowing experiences, saying that they were outside the school building for up to 45 minutes while the gunman controlled the classroom with their children inside. thanks for joining us for kron. 4 news at 6. i'm ken wayne and i'm catherine heenan. those parents say that. >> police might have been able to save at least some of the 21 people killed tuesday afternoon. a lot of them do not understand why they didn't go in sight. kelly davis reports on what texas police are saying about that. >> i know how long the little girl. >> as right that